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Issue: Winter 2017

In Memoriam: Delaney Utterback ’98

Delaney Utterback ’98, Aug. 24, at age 45. Delaney was the station manager of KRCC 91.5-FM, a Colorado College licensee, for eight years, and a member of the CC family for a quarter century. A Colorado Springs native, Delaney began listening to KRCC when he was 12 years old. He began working for the station in 1993 as a work-study employee, while studying English. In 1998, Delaney became the station’s office manager and in 2007, he became the station’s general manager. He took on a new role as digital manager in 2015, before leaving the station that June. “Delaney Utterback was many things,” said Jeff Bieri, KRCC’s program manager. “He…

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Issue: Winter 2017

East Campus Honors Distinguished Alumni

CC honored 10 distinguished former students at a ribbon-cutting and dedication of the East Campus Housing Community during Family and Friends Weekend. Eight residential buildings, a community center, and a central courtyard bear their names. Residential Buildings Marcellus H. Chiles, Colorado College’s only Medal of Honor recipient, was a student at CC when World War…

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Issue: Winter 2017

Diwali 2017

The campus community celebrates Diwali, the festival of lights, hosted by Students for the Awareness of South Asia. Participants enjoy dance performances and South Asian food. Photos by Rachel Delley ’20

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Issue: Winter 2017

Milestones

Weddings and Celebrations ’94 Greg Hamilton and Kim Ryan, July 15, on Whidbey Island in Washington state. ’01 Alicia Farley Johnston and Peter Johnston, Dec. 31, 2015, in Portland, Oregon. ’07 Charlie Parr and Jessica Rice ’09, Aug. 26 in Crested Butte, Colorado. Births and Adoptions ’10 Douglas Garrison and Robin Garrison, a boy, Owen MacQueen, July 3. Obituaries Roger L. Williams, July 4, at age 94. En route to becoming a leading authority on French history, Roger served in World War II’s European theater as a U.S. Army soldier. After college, he earned a Ph.D. in modern European history from the University of Michigan and taught at the Massachusetts…

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Issue: Winter 2017

A Message From Your Alumni Board

Greetings, CC! The nights are cooler and the leaves are changing, which means some of us just returned from Homecoming Weekend on campus. Those of us lucky enough to be back were treated to the dedication of the wholly reimagined Charles L. Tutt Library, CC hockey, tours of the new East Campus Housing Community, and a…

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Issue: Winter 2017

Tigers Crossing Paths: CC connections

Iceland seems to attract CC alumni; this is the second chance encounter we’ve run about CC Tigers crossing paths unexpectedly in this part of the world. On a July trip to Iceland, John Shackleford ’70 was on a tour bus to the Gullfoss waterfall, located in the canyon of the Hvítá River. “The guide asked…

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Issue: Winter 2017

Class Notes

1945 The Summer Bulletin has just come and I’ve read most of it with strong interest, as usual. Seventy six years ago this month I entered CC as a freshman, took up residence in the Wood Avenue house with 12 other young women from five or six states, and signed up for classes. This Bulletin features field trips and I was immediately reminded of my experiences at CC. One class was Geology “101.” I thought the mountains would be interesting to study. We went on at least one field trip, to find shark’s teeth sandstone, an amazing revelation. It was hard to imagine those tall mountains under water. Well, I…

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Issue: Winter 2017

Student Perspective

Parents and students gather at the Interfaith House during Family and Friends Weekend to share a Shabbat dinner. The meal was prepared by parents visiting their students on campus. Photo by Josh Birndorf ’20

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Issue: Winter 2017

Psychoanalysis Minor Brings Worldly Wisdom to CC

Though small in participation numbers, CC’s minor in psychoanalysis punches well above its weight in terms of reputation and output, and the popularity is growing constantly. Nationally recognized as a flagship program in psychoanalysis at the undergraduate level, the minor has been featured in several national publications, received a highly selective foundation grant, and serves…

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