Alumni Spotlight: Margaret Liu ’77

Margaret Liu ’77, nicknamed the “the Mother of DNA Vaccines” due to her prominence in early DNA and mRNA vaccine research, weighed in on Moderna Therapeutics’ mRNA COVID-19 vaccine in National Geographic. Liu touches upon the history of DNA and mRNA vaccines, how they could work against differing strains of the virus, and why it’s …

CC’s Plan for Fall 2020

Dear CC Community, We know you have been eagerly awaiting our plan for the coming academic year. We are grateful for your patience as we navigate the complexities of changing county, state, and national orders and guidelines while we also work to ensure that our students can get the outstanding academic and co-curricular experience they …

Mindfulness during Physical Distancing

What does mindfulness mean to you? In a new series of Q&As, Communications asked people around campus what mindfulness means to them and how they are surviving and thriving in these new circumstances. Click on the links below to hear from your CC community members: Jane Hilberry Heather Horton Coco Turvold ’21 Isabel Marshall ’22 Kara …

Caroline Li’ 20 and Andrew Choy ’23 Receive CC Esports Awards

CC’s inaugural esports awards — the Alaska award and the MysticMonk3y award — were won by Caroline Li’ 20 and Andrew Choy ’23, respectively. These awards come with a prize of $500, thanks to a generous anonymous donor. The Alaska award is given to “a member of the esports community who significantly contributes to a diverse, …

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