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Posts from the Summer 2022 issue

Cheney Receives Profile in Courage Award

Liz Cheney ’88 used the critical thinking skills she learned as a political science major in her role as vice chairwoman of the select committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. For that, she received a Profile in Courage Award from the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum. The Republican…

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Colorado College Students Intern at The Crestone Eagle

During the CC class, The Future and Sustainability of Local News, students traveled to Crestone, Colorado, and stayed at the college’s Baca campus. While there, they met with staff of The Crestone Eagle, read archives of area newspapers at the local museum, interviewed residents about where they get their local news and information, and met…

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When We Come Together…

…Our Collective Generosity Helps CC Students Thrive At Colorado College, students are surrounded by a network of support from the moment they arrive on campus. From friends and classmates who look out for each other, to staff focused on student wellbeing; from faculty who inspire and engage, to alumni who offer connections and mentorship. It…

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Colorado College Celebrates The Class of 2022

CC honored the Class of 2022 on Sunday, May 22, in Ed Robson Arena on the snowy (!) CC campus. 
Dr. Margaret A. Liu ’77, Colorado native and renowned leader in the fields of vaccines, gene delivery, and cancer immunotherapy, delivered the Commencement address. Five hundred Bachelor of Arts degrees were awarded at the ceremony,…

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Colorado College is Lucky to Have Song Richardson at the Helm

When he hired Song Richardson as a trial lawyer at the Seattle law firm Schroeter Goldmark & Bender, Jeffery Robinson knew she’d represent their clients with the highest passion and professionalism. He and Richardson would become friends over the years, and today, Robinson is one of her biggest supporters. After leaving private practice, Robinson worked…

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Stroud Scholars Preview Life at CC During Summer Experience

More than 60 students from 18 Pikes Peak region high schools got a taste of life on the CC campus in July during the Stroud Scholars summer experience.

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CC Recognizes Outstanding Athletes at Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

In a stunning ceremony at Ed Robson Arena, five individuals and one team were inducted into the Colorado College Athletic Hall of Fame on April 30. Julian Boggs ’08 (men’s cross country/track and field), Martina Holan ’98 (women’s soccer), Heather McGuire ’94 (volleyball), Brett Sterling ’06 (hockey), Dr. Thomas Mahony ’67 (team physician) and the…

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Tuning In: CC Music Scene Inspires Alum to Create Label

Beyond the classroom, Jason Edelstein ’18 enjoyed a life filled with music: Making it (he had a band), listening to it (he’d attend live performances), and falling in love with it.

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The Inauguration of CC’s 14th President

Song Richardson: Ignite Students’ Potential and Create a More Just World

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Project 2024 Looks Forward to an Even Better Colorado College

Susan Ashley, professor emerita of History and recent chair of the Department of Economics and Business, has coordinated Colorado College’s Project 2024 since Fall 2021. The effort aims to engage the campus community in determining CC’s future. In its first year, more than 560 faculty, staff, and students participated. “Project 2024 is a bottom-up process…

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