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1969 Nicki Steel had her photo essay, “The Life of Loons on Lake Raponda,” published in the September/October 2018 issue of Vermont Magazine. When not shooting photographs, Nicki is serving as chair of Wilmington, Vermont’s Old Home Week for 2020, a once-every-10-year celebration dating back to 1890. 1970 Nancy Guild, a longtime professor in the…

Issue: Winter 2018 • Tags:

Still Teaching After All These Years

Jill Thomas Marshall ’66 and Steve Shaw ’87

There I was, the first morning of teacher pre-planning week, looking for the table with coffee and rolls. It was a new school for me. I was a new hire. A room full of people, but I knew no one. And there he was! A tall man with curly hair wearing a Colorado College T-shirt!…

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Tigers Crossing Paths: CC Connections

Joy Whitcomb ’97 and Linda Hart ’76 met at a women’s spirituality gathering near Seattle in July. They were enjoying a beautiful day by the Tahuya River at the Sahale Retreat Center when Linda, who now lives in Denver, mentioned that she gets down to Colorado Springs regularly and went to college here. Joy, who…

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Two Late-1960s Alumnae Share Their ‘Retirement Lists’

Elizabeth Akiya Chestnut ’66 B.A., Colorado College, history/political science M.A., Harvard University, history/anthropology M.A., University of New Mexico, intercultural communication Work: museum professional,1972-Present  University of New Mexico Fine Arts Photography/Tamarind Institute of Lithography Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, Visual Anthropology, exhibits production Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, museum director Applied anthropology via visualcommunication/media Gallup, New Mexico, Pueblo…

Issue: Summer 2018 • Tags:

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1967 Hundreds of Tom Zetterstrom’s photos (second from left) have been transferred to the Smithsonian’s Anacostia Community Museum as part of its “A Right to the City” exhibition, which highlights six community nonprofits that redefined Washington, D.C., neighborhoods in the late ’60s. At the time, Tom was serving as director of photography at the New…

Issue: Summer 2018 • Tags:

Tigers Crossing Paths: CC Connections

Pete Devine ’81 is the resident naturalist for Yosemite National Park’s nonprofit arm, the Yosemite Conservancy. He was teaching a Road Scholar group (formerly known as Elderhostel) when he discovered that participants included David Jenkins ’58 and his wife, Barbara. Pete notes that David won a Bronze Medal in figure skating at the 1956 Olympics…

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1967 To mark their 50th reunion, members of the Class of ’67 added a swamp white oak to the Colorado College Arboretum, thus amplifying CC’s Tree Campus USA designation. Members pictured below from left to right: Rory Donaldson ’66, with wife Louisa, Jennifer Callaway, an unidentified individual, Lise Hazen, Keith Cunningham, Tom Zetterstrom, Thor Thorson,…

Issue: Spring 2018 • Tags:

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1945 The Summer Bulletin has just come and I’ve read most of it with strong interest, as usual. Seventy six years ago this month I entered CC as a freshman, took up residence in the Wood Avenue house with 12 other young women from five or six states, and signed up for classes. This Bulletin…

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Tigers Crossing Paths: CC connections

Iceland seems to attract CC alumni; this is the second chance encounter we’ve run about CC Tigers crossing paths unexpectedly in this part of the world. On a July trip to Iceland, John Shackleford ’70 was on a tour bus to the Gullfoss waterfall, located in the canyon of the Hvítá River. “The guide asked…

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1964 Five coeds celebrated their 75th birthdays together in March in Cartagena, Colombia. Pictured left to right: Traer Sunley, Joan Schmitz, Sue Heidel Lotz, Becky Dunbar McAlpine, and Sally Sikes Wilde. 1966 Merle Ricklefs has been named a member of the Order of Australia. Membership was granted “for significant service to tertiary education, particularly to…

Issue: Summer 2017 • Tags:
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