Colorado College Bulletin masthead showing students in Synergy House, a living community for students who want to work toward environmental sustainability

In January, CC celebrated reaching its goal of carbon neutrality by 2020. One element that contributed to this achievement is the Synergy House program, a living community for students who want to work toward environmental sustainability. Photo by Jennifer Coombes

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Spring 2020

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Ian Sanborn ’20 holds a leather football helmet worn by an Amache high school football student who played on the internment camp’s team. Many items from that time period have been brought to the museum by formerly interned residents or family members of those who were interned at the camps. Also pictured are Jio Chang ’20, Jia Mei ’21 and Josh Raizner ’20. Photo by Jennifer Coombes

Students from the Block 5 class Economics of Higher Education take in the Hall of Presidents during a tour of the State Capitol building in Denver. President Jill Tiefenthaler and Professor Kevin Rask took students to visit with alumni who work in government. Photo by Jennifer Coombes

Showing a commitment to tradition, some members of the Class of 2020 who were still on campus organized and gathered at the Earle Flagpole to celebrate with a champagne shower on March 11 after CC announced it was moving to distance learning due to the spread of COVID-19. Typically the shower is held on the last day of classes for seniors but students celebrated ahead of Spring Break just in case campus-based classes did not resume before the end of the academic year. Note: the champagne shower took place before state and local authorities began calling for social distancing. Photo by Jennifer Coombes