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Posts from the December 2011 issue

Financial Aid Gets OK to Study Abroad, Some Passport Fees Included

CC has developed two programs that will allow more   students the opportunity to study abroad. The first is a pilot program designed to increase opportunities for students with financial aid to study off-campus. The program, effective Spring 2012, will be evaluated annually for the next four years to determine if the college can afford to…

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Peak Profile: Jake Norton ’96

Jake Norton loves a challenge. So it’s not surprising to see his name attached to a project appropriately titled Challenge21. Jake, 37, is a motivational speaker, photographer, and professional climber in Golden, Colo. He grew up in Massachusetts, and climbed his first big mountain — Washington’s Mount Rainer — in 1986 at the age of…

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Sports Briefs

Men’s Cross Country Led by Jackson Brainerd ’12 and Robby Caseria ’12, who blazed to individual finishes of first and fifth, respectively, the Colorado College men’s cross country team reached a new pinnacle in mid-November.
The Tigers, ranked No. 5 in the West, claimed a share of the men’s team title for the first time ever…

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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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