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Posts from the Spring 2018 issue

In Memoriam: William “Bill” Edward Barton ’57

William “Bill” Edward Barton ’57, Nov. 24, in Paonia, Colorado. He was 85. Bill was professor emeritus of economics at CC, having taught in the Economics and Business Department for 40 years. He was especially known for his accounting courses, and for the significant impact he had on the lives of students. At a 2012…

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In Memoriam: Ronald “Ron” Edward Ohl

Ronald “Ron” Edward Ohl, Dec. 27, at age 81. As Colorado College’s dean of student affairs in the late ’60s and early ’70s, Ron handled issues related to student safety, discipline, and well-being during one of the more dynamic eras of campus history. An Ohio native, Ron earned a bachelor’s degree at Amherst College and…

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In Memoriam: Don Henry Kiick

Don Henry Kiick, Jan. 7, in Colorado Springs. He was 58. Don was Central Services coordinator at CC, and served as a dedicated employee for over 14 years. A Colorado Springs native, Don started at CC in 2003 as the laboratory and animal suite assistant in the Department of Biology. In March 2005, Don transferred to…

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In Memoriam: Kevin Randolph Morgan

Kevin Randolph Morgan, Dec. 16, in Colorado Springs, at age 30. Kevin had been a CC Campus Safety officer since October 2009, and died in a car accident near the college. Outside of his security work, he was known both on and off campus as an avid runner. In an email shared with students and…

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Weddings and Celebrations 2004 Thatcher Glodé and Justyna Wojtach, June 24, 2017, in Winter Park, Colorado. 2009 Sarah Davidson and Spencer Hoffman, Oct. 7, 2017, in Germantown, New York. Births and Adoptions 1979 Edward Goldstein and Melanie Flamenbaum have adopted a son, Ranan Henry Goldstein. Obituaries 1934 Dorothy Karen Christenson Williamson, December 2017 in Denver,…

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Students and Faculty Remember Professor Phil Kannan

Colorado College abruptly lost a beloved professor and friend when Phil Kannan, legal-scholar-in-residence and fixture of CC’s Environmental Program, passed away. A moment of reflection was held in Shove Memorial Chapel on Nov. 6 as the community braced itself to endure the loss of Kannan, who’d become a student favorite since he began teaching at…

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In Memoriam: Mark Luther Stavig

Mark Luther Stavig, Oct. 31, at age 82. Mark was emeritus professor of English at CC and will be remembered as a wise department colleague, an erudite teacher, and a treasured voice in college affairs. Educated at Augustana College, Oxford, and Princeton, Mark held Fulbright, Woodrow Wilson, and Danforth fellowships. He taught English at the…

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