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Posts from the Spring 2021 issue

In-Person Commencement Plans Underway for Two Classes

Commencement for the Class of 2021 will be held on Sunday, May 23, and Commencement for the Class of 2020 on Sunday, May 30. Both events will be held in person at 9 a.m. at the new downtown Weidner Field. Each graduate will be allowed to invite two guests to the event. This year’s festivities…

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RoCCy Stars at City Press Event

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New Major Looks at Intersection of Business, Economics, and Society

The Economics and Business Department launched a new interdisciplinary major in Block 5, one that examines the intersection of business and economics with society and builds on the commonalities and differences between the two disciplines. The new major, Business, Economics, and Society (BESoc), explores human economic behavior — its nature, sources, and consequences —and analyzes…

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CC Blends COVID-19 Protocols, Winter Sports into Unique Celebration

It was the Winter Olympics, CC- style: No luge,  no figure skating, no ski jumping. Instead, there was snowshoe racing without snow, fat-tire bike races where the slowest rider wins, and “Goggle Waddle,” a cross between blind man’s bluff and ball tag, played while wearing ski goggles. And because of the COVID-19 pandemic, social distancing,…

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CC Receives $33.5 Million Future Gift: Largest Gift From Individual Donor in CC History

Colorado College has received a $33.5 million future estate gift from an anonymous donor, the largest gift ever from an individual in the college’s 147-year history. The unprecedented estate commitment will support future needs of the college and provide funding for the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College. “We cannot fully express how…

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