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Issue: Misc.

Reading Plays

Plays: “The Tempest,” Shakespeare “Copenhagen,” Michael Frayn “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time,” Adapted by Simon Stephens based on the best-selling novel by Mark Haddon “Mojada: A Medea in Los Angeles,” Luis Alfaro “Ludlow,” David Mason ’78 “The Importance of Being Earnest,” Oscar Wilde “House of Blue Leaves,” John Guare “Tartuffe,” Molière Short Stories: “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” Washington Irving (read on Halloween) “The Shortest Day,” Cólm Toibín “The Man Who Corrupted Hadleyburg,” Mark Twain “The Dream Life of Balso Snell,” Nathaneal West

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Issue: Misc.

Class of 2021 video: Behind the Scenes 

The video was created as a way to honor the Class of 2021 and acknowledge their unique senior year. It also serves as a documentary on what life was life for students during the COVID-19 pandemic. Bergen Hoff  ’22 had started as a Communications Office video intern during the Spring 2021 Semester. “He loved the idea when I pitched it to him and took it on as his main project,” says CC videographer Rachel San Luis ’10. “We were intentional on trying to get a variety of perspectives for the student interviews.” Hoff interviewed each student outside their residence, the only way the video could be shot at the time without masks.…

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Issue: Spring 2021

Kat Miller-Stevens Named New Director of State of the Rockies Project

Associate Professor of Business Kat Miller-Stevens has been named the new director of CC’s State of the Rockies Project. Miller-Stevens’ interdisciplinary research bridges the areas of business, public policy, social impact, and nonprofit studies. Her research explores how social movements and collaborations create social change to influence policymakers and powerful industries. She is especially interested…

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Issue: Spring 2021

Professor Natalie Gosnell ’08 Receives Cottrell Scholar Award

Assistant Professor of Physics Natalie Gosnell ’08 has been awarded the highly competitive Cottrell Scholar Award, which supports both original scientific research and new educational initiatives. The Cottrell Scholar program is highly competitive and open only to faculty members completing their third year in their first tenure-track appointment. The $100,000 award from the private Research Corporation for Science Advancement (RCSA) foundation supports the physical sciences. This year RCSA granted 25 awards nationally, representing a funding rate of 14% of the approximately 180 applications submitted. “The Cottrell Scholar Award honors and helps to develop outstanding teacher-scholars who are recognized by their scientific communities for the quality and innovation of their research…

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Issue: Spring 2021

Decolonizing During a Pandemic

During her residency as the Andrew W. Mellon Artist-in-Residence at Colorado College for the 2019-20 academic year, Anna Tsouhlarakis erected two eye-catching billboards near downtown Colorado Springs. These billboards read: “I really like the way you respect Native American rights” and “It’s great how you acknowledge that Native Americans are here.” Their design — in…

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Issue: Spring 2021

Professor Nate Marshall’s Enduring Momentum

Chicago Public Library Award, “Finna,” and More Assistant Professor of English, poet, and spoken word artist Nate Marshall has not allowed the circumstances posed by the pandemic to decelerate his exciting momentum. In one year, Marshall published his anthology “Finna,” named one of the best books of 2020 by NPR; was awarded the 21st Century…

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