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Posts from the December 2011 issue

Garrison Keillor Waxes Poetic About CC, the Block Plan, and the Tigers

The nationally syndicated radio show “A Prairie Home Companion” was broadcast live on Oct. 29 from the World Arena in Colorado Springs, where host Garrison Keillor sang the praises of Colorado College to a worldwide audience of nearly four million listeners on public radio, as well as America One and Armed Forces Networks abroad. The…

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Peak Profile: Ken Sims ’86

He’s been called the man who collects molten lava, was recently featured in National Geographic magazine, and is widely respected as one of the world’s top isotope geochemists. Ken Sims ’86 is associate professor of geology and geophysics at the University of Wyoming in Laramie, recruited back to the West from a tenured position as…

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From the President

Dear Alumni, Parents, and Friends of Colorado College, As the crisp air settles on Colorado Springs, I am drawing great energy from the “Year of Listening” events that are taking place on campus and in cities such as Seattle, Los Angeles, Denver, and Boston. These highly interactive sessions are enriching our vision to make Colorado…

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Alumni Association News

Some of the most enjoyable and rewarding work of the Alumni Association Board (AAB) is interviewing and selecting recipients of the Alumni Association Student Leader Scholarship, which provides loan-reducing scholarships to student leaders and encourages them to remain involved with CC after graduation. The scholarship is funded by alumni donations directed to it and receipts…

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