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1969 Jane Lubchenco has been elected by academicians and appointed by Pope Francis to the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, a global institution of 80 members who have made outstanding scientific contributions and shown high moral character. The PAS provides scientific advice to the Pope. On April 2, Jane also received the inaugural Tethys Award from the…

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CLASS NOTES: 1977 – 1980

1977 David Banks reports that during a very busy Homecoming weekend for the CC rugby family, highlights included one married couple (Caitlin Barbera ’12 and Andrew Larson ’10, above) and one father-son tandem (Mark Osmond ’78 and Alex Osmond ’12) playing as teammates.     Patti Freudenburg and her husband, Tony, recently visited Steve Simasko…

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CLASS NOTES: 1996 – 2011

1996 Kenny Harris has been hired as assistant professor of painting and drawing at Laguna College of Art + Design in Laguna Beach, California. He lives in Venice Beach with his wife, painter Judy Nimtz, and continues to exhibit his art on both coasts. 1999 Jamie Torres ’99 is running for a seat on Denver’s City…

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CLASS NOTES: 2012 – 2016

2012 Fransiska Dannemann and Brannon Dugick celebrated their marriage in Santa Fe, New Mexico, on Oct. 6. They live in Santa Fe and both work at Los Alamos National Laboratory, where Fransiska is a dual graduate research assistant in the Geophysics Group and Ph.D. student in the Geophysics Department at Southern Methodist University. Pictured front row,…

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CLASS NOTES: 1982 – 1991

1982 Scott McKee (right) joined Craig Hart ’90 (left) and Ross Freeman ’90 (seated) for a week of ski touring in British Columbia in March 2018. Scott reports that the three meet regularly for ski trips in Canada near his home in Salmon Arm, British Columbia. 1984 Channing Gibson, director of property management for RISE…

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CLASS NOTES: 1951 – 1976

1951 Guy Gibbs tells us that he feels like the “luckiest man that ever lived.” He spent 40 years teaching and coaching at Regis Jesuit High School in Denver, and was a head coach for football, basketball, and track and field. Guy also was a college football official for 25 years, supervisor of basketball officials…

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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…

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Tigers Crossing Paths: CC Connections

“In reading “Tigers Crossing Paths” in the Bulletin I thought you might be interested in my story. In 2008 I contacted three of my CC schoolmates on the 50th anniversary of our summer in Alaska prospecting for gold (1958). One of the three was able to go to Alaska with me, Maury Hammond ’56, to…

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Class Notes

1969 Nicki Steel had her photo essay, “The Life of Loons on Lake Raponda,” published in the September/October 2018 issue of Vermont Magazine. When not shooting photographs, Nicki is serving as chair of Wilmington, Vermont’s Old Home Week for 2020, a once-every-10-year celebration dating back to 1890. 1970 Nancy Guild, a longtime professor in the…

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Still Teaching After All These Years

Jill Thomas Marshall ’66 and Steve Shaw ’87

There I was, the first morning of teacher pre-planning week, looking for the table with coffee and rolls. It was a new school for me. I was a new hire. A room full of people, but I knew no one. And there he was! A tall man with curly hair wearing a Colorado College T-shirt!…

Issue: Winter 2018 • Tags: