Students and staff listen as President Jill Tiefenthaler, CEO of SunShare Community Solar David Amster-Olszewski ’09, Director of the Office of Sustainability Ian Johnson, and others discuss CC’s current and future sustainability goals at a Jan. 22 event in the Edith Kinney Gaylord Cornerstone Arts Center celebrating CC’s goal of achieving carbon neutrality by 2020. Photo by Jennifer Coombes


In response to the college’s concerns over the spread of the Coronavirus, students from the Class of 2020 gather at the Earle Flagpole on March 11 to celebrate the senior tradition of the champagne shower. Students put the event together at the last minute in the event classes might not reconvene later in the year. The gathering occurred before social distancing and masks were required. Photo by Jennifer Coombes


The CC Hockey team, Trustee Mike Slade ’79, Vice President and Director of Athletics Lesley Irvine, Head Hockey Coach Mike Haviland, Ed Robson ’54, President Jill Tiefenthaler, and family members gather for a photo in February at the groundbreaking ceremony for the Ed Robson Arena. Photo by Jennifer Coombes


Advancement and Alumni Relations staff work in Reid Arena to organize and pack boxes to be delivered to members of the Class of 2020 in lieu of a graduation ceremony, which was canceled due to COVID-19. Photo by Jennifer Coombes


With safety as a top priority, Colorado College has been providing on-campus COVID-19 screening for students. At this COVID-19 testing opportunity on Aug. 8, students arrived at scheduled times and waited six feet apart from one another to register for and receive their quick and easy tests at the Hybl Community Center. Abigail Opperman ’23 registers for her screening as other students social distance and wait their turns. Photo by Josh Birndorf ’20


The women’s basketball team reacts to their new jerseys featuring the refreshed CC Tigers logo on Feb. 7 at El Pomar Sports Center. Photo by Katie Klann


Colorado College staff worked together to deliver food and activities to students quarantining in Loomis Hall. Sergio Portesan ’16, the residential life coordinator of Loomis, holds a bag of food from inside his room. Photo by Patil Khakhamian ’22


On the final day of New Student Orientation, Outdoor Education and Campus Activities set up socially distanced activities for students to enjoy before their first day of classes. Activities included tie-dying, showing support for quarantined students living in Loomis Hall, and more. Photo by Chidera Ikpeamarom ’22


Emmett Tucker ’24 practices and takes instruction from Music Lecturer and Artist-in-Residence Susan Grace while playing Mozart piano sonatas during a piano lesson. Music lessons during COVID-19 were offered on an individual professor and student basis. Photo by Jennifer Coombes


Students from CC Votes pose with the iconic campus vote letters they put out during each election. Photo by Jennifer Coombes