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The Winding Path of a CC Biology Major

Three biology majors. Three different generations. And three completely different paths.

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Recognizing the Contributions of our Community

The Alumni Association Board acknowledges alumni and staff members for their contributions through four awards given at an annual awards ceremony during Homecoming.

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Transforming the Educational Experience with Field Study

Going into the field gives students the opportunity to see the application of concepts taught in the classroom, and it can be transformative.

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Strategic Plan for CC-FAC Alliance Unanimously Approved

The college has the opportunity, through this alliance, to build a national model for a collaboration between a college and an arts center.

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Making CC Connections

I’m standing on the porch of the Vallecitos Mountain Retreat Center log-cabin lodge, looking out at New Mexico’s Tusas Mountains when one of my fellow retreatants turns to me and asks, “Did you say you went to Colorado College?” “Yeah,” I answer. “Why?” “Heidi went there too,” he says. I’m not sure which of the…

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CC Connections

Associate Professor of Political Science Corina McKendry was in Vancouver in May attending the Art of Cities workshop, where she met Gregor Robertson ’86, the mayor of Vancouver. The two were at a reception for workshop participants and 50 or more people from around Vancouver who have worked with and supported the workshop, including Robertson.…

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Beyond the Classroom

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Congratulations, Class of 2017!

Class Motto, 2017 There is no passion to be found playing small — in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living.” – Nelson Mandela (1918-2013)

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Alumni Block Breaks Away

Bryce Canyon National Park & Peru In May, alumni, parents, and friends joined geologist Peter McCarville ’84 for an exploration of Bryce and Zion National Parks in Utah as part of a Block Break Away program. Photos by participants Brian Thomson ’85 and Nan Graber. Gary Ziegler ’64 of Adventure Specialists led alumni, parents, and…

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Student Perspective

CC Bluegrass Ensemble members (left to right) Jessica Wright ’17, Michael Hasson ’19, Jeremy Becker ’18, and Isaac Radner ’17 stopped to play a show at Kinfolks in Manitou Springs in May on their way back from performing at the Durango Bluegrass Festival.  

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