Student Leaders Modify Trips to Stay Connected to the Outdoors

By Sarah Senese ’23 Although many aspects of campus life seem different this year, Outdoor Education continues to run programs and trips for the CC community. Over the past few blocks, students continue to get outside, get active, and appreciate our distinctive place in Colorado, albeit a little modified. Students must wear masks and eat individually wrapped meals, […]

Students, Professors Dive into Creative Problem-Solving in the Time of COVID-19

By Sarah Senese ’23 This semester, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic that’s made life and learning a little more complicated, professors Andrea Bruder, Emily Chan, and Rachel Paupeck, and South Hall Residential Life Coordinator Mollie Hayden are working together to create a COVID-resilient CC community. Together, they’re co-teaching GS222: Creative Problem-Solving in the time of COVID-19, which is an extended-format, semester-long class whose goal is […]

CC Welcomes First Bronfman Creativity & Innovation Scholar-in-Residence

By Sarah Senese ’23 Creativity & Innovation at Colorado College welcomes Felicia Rose Chavez as their first Bronfman Creativity & Innovation Scholar-in-Residence. Chavez, award-winning educator with an MFA in Creative Nonfiction, is the author of “The Anti-Racist Writing Workshop: How to Decolonize the Creative Classroom,” and co-editor of “The BreakBeat Poets Volume 4: LatiNEXT,” as well […]

How Does Contact Tracing Work?

Contact tracing is vital to preventing the spread of COVID-19 within communities. It allows people who have been exposed to someone who was symptomatic or tested positive for COVID-19 to be quickly identified, notified of exposure, and quarantined to prevent further spread of the virus. Contact tracing is confidential, and information gathered in the process […]

Celebrating Our Community: Faculty Volunteers

For months, CC faculty members have shown their commitment to our students and their educational experience. Exceptional teaching has continued even as classes shifted between in-person, flex, hybrid, and distanced. As remarkable as all of CC’s faculty have been in the classroom, 30 faculty have also volunteered in other ways to support the CC community. From building […]