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Posts from the Winter 2023 issue

Letters to the Editor

From the Editor Presidents Past We received several letters asking about the Colorado College presidents on the last issue’s cover. Learn more about them I am writing both as a Colorado College alumnus and a staff member for five years. I was reading the recent edition of the Bulletin (Summer 2022) and found some things…

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FAC Exhibit Explores Histories, Ecologies, and Cultures of the Caribbean

Breathe into the Past: Crosscurrents in the Caribbean,” featured the work of 12 contemporary artists.

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A Vision for Colorado College

L. Song Richardson

Dear Alumni, Parents, and Friends, We’ve learned that we are not immune from the national mental health crisis affecting communities around the country. We are experiencing it on our campus, in our community, and in our day-to-day lives. In keeping with our history of taking bold and courageous actions, earlier this year, our students sounded…

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Celebrating Community at Homecoming and Family Weekend

More than 2,300 alumni, parents, families, and students gathered on the CC campus for Homecoming and Family Weekend Oct. 7-9, 2022. It was a spirited weekend full of connection, reflection, celebration, and shared passion for this one-of-a-kind college. Festivities included class reunion events, Homecoming Convocation and the presentation of Alumni Association Awards, affinity group receptions,…

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2022 Homecoming and Family Weekend

Alumni, families, and friends: Thank you for joining us for an incredible weekend of connection, courageous conversations, and CC spirit! By The Numbers 2,300 registered attendees 1,068 alumni and guests 1,002 parents and families 300 current students 60 individual events 13 classes celebrating reunions 68 members of the class of 1972 received their fifty year…

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Nobel Prize Laureate Oliver Hart Visits Campus

About 20 Colorado College students had the opportunity to have lunch with Oliver Hart, Nobel Prize laureate, on Sept. 29. In 2016, Hart, of Harvard University, was awarded the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel. Hart has developed theories on contracts, including the theory of incomplete contracts. “The Carey Lectureship…

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CC Community Across the Country

President L. Song Richardson’s Inaugural Tour The president has made several stops in her yearlong tour across the United States to meet with CC alumni, parents, families, and community members following her inauguration as the 14th president
of Colorado College. Richardson met with nearly 100 CC members of the community in Denver on Oct. 20, followed…

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Primatology Class Utilizes Cheyenne Mountain Zoo for Research Projects

A Block 1 primatology class taught students how to put together formal research proposals, ensure accurate data collection, and appreciate non-human animals, all while traveling to the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo almost 10 times. This six-person class allowed for an intimate class setting, where students not only learned the ins and outs of putting together formal…

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Cross Country Teams Win SCAC Titles

CC Tigers swept the 2022 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Championships.

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Psychology Professors Show Benefits of Social Media Fast in Recently Published Article

Tomi-Ann Roberts, professor of psychology, and Jason Weaver, associate professor of psychology and Asian Studies, studied the benefits of a short-term social media fast among pre-teen and teen dancers. Their resulting article, titled “‘Intermission!’ A short-term social media fast reduces self-objectification among pre-teen and teen dancers,” was published in the Elsevier ScienceDirect Journal, Body Image.…

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