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Posts from the Summer 2018 issue

Philanthropists Confirm Commitment to FAC

Husband-and-wife philanthropists Kathy Loo and Jim Raughton have reaffirmed their commitment to gift collections of art to the museum at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College. Kathy Loo reaffirmed the commitment made by her late husband Dusty Loo in 1993 to gift the “Dusty and Katherine Loo Collection,” his collection of Colorado and…

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Incoming Class to Read ‘Frankenstein’

The Common Read for the incoming Class of 2022 is “Frankenstein” (or “The Modern Prometheus”) by Mary Shelley. This year marks the 200th anniversary of the book’s publication, a seminal interdisciplinary work that has influenced millions of people across the globe. The book was chosen for its capacity to spark dialogue around issues of diversity,…

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CC Partners with City on Robson Arena

Colorado College, in partnership with Colorado Springs’ City for Champions initiative, unveiled a proposal in late July to build the Edward J. Robson Arena as an on-campus competition arena. If approved, this new facility with 3,000 permanent seats would become the home of CC Tiger Hockey. The arena would be comparable in size to the…

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