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Block Break Away Programs

Since 2014, 453 alumni, parents, and friends have traveled with the Block Break Away program. For more information, email or visit      

Issue: Spring 2019 • Tags:

Most Certainly Nearly the Last Tour Choir Reunion: June 20-23, 2019

It’s been nearly 50 years since a group of CC students traveled by bus to perform across the country as members of the Tour Choir student group, led by professor emeritus of music and former choir director Don Jenkins. In June, alumni and guests will return to campus for the seventh Tour Choir reunion gathering.…

Issue: Spring 2019 • Tags:

CC Football Reunion

CC football players and fans are still raving about the reunion they had at Homecoming 2018 in October. “It was one of the best alumni meetings I’ve ever been to at CC,” says Hank Otto ’51. Incoming president of the Alumni Association Council Kyle Samuel ’92 adds, “It was incredibly heartwarming to see over 150…

Issue: Spring 2019 • Tags: ,

Block Break Away Programs 2018-19

Since 2014, 447 alumni, parents, and friends have traveled with the Block Break Away program, 53 as repeat travelers. The hallmark of our program is inclusion of a CC faculty member or an experienced alumnus/na travel guide or provider. March 12-19, 2019 Caribbean: Sailing the Windward Islands on Le Ponant with Associate Professor of Music…

Issue: Winter 2018 • Tags:

A Message From Your Alumni Council

Greetings, CC, Shockingly, another year has almost gone by. The holidays are right around the corner, the new CC academic year is in the not-too-distant rear view, and this all means that some of us also returned from Homecoming Weekend on campus! As we turn our attention forward to year’s end, I am excited to…

Issue: Winter 2018 • Tags:

Block Break Away: Iceland and Greenland

Professor of Geology Jeff Noblett led a group of alumni and parents on a Block Break Away program to Iceland with a majority continuing on to Greenland last July. While the weather was rainy most of the time, the group nonetheless enjoyed visiting waterfalls, glaciers, the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, and several villages off the beaten track.…

Issue: Winter 2018 • Tags:

Online Directory of Alumni

For those of you familiar with finding other alumni through OurCC, the online directory, or through a second, mobile platform, the Colorado College Community app for smartphones, the latter product now has a desktop version you might want to try. For the time being, OurCC will remain functional, but there are emerging reasons for CC…

Issue: Winter 2018 • Tags:

Family & Friends Weekend

Family and Friends Weekend, one of Colorado College’s largest annual on-campus events, embraces the myriad ways family can be defined. It’s an opportunity for students to celebrate the CC community and share it with their families—including parents, siblings, grandparents, aunts, uncles … and friends! Come and spend time reconnecting with your student, and experience firsthand…

Issue: Summer 2018 • Tags:

1964-1968 “Years that changed CC and the world, told through music”

Pre-Homecoming Symposium, Oct. 10-11, 2018 Homecoming at Colorado College is always special, but this year, there’s another reason to return to campus. Preceding Homecoming festivities, the Class of 1968 will host for all members of the CC community a two-day, mini-symposium devoted to the music and movements that defined the 1960s. It’s hard to remember…

Issue: Summer 2018 • Tags:

A Message From Your Alumni Board

Fellow Tigers, This is my favorite letter to write because I get to be the latest to welcome the Class of 2018 into the CC alumni family while introducing the Class of 2022 onto campus! Your Alumni Association Board had a busy year. Our annual forum, held on the Colorado College campus in April, was a great…

Issue: Summer 2018 • Tags: