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Because of CC… Ellen Weir Casey ’71, MAT ’77

Ellen Weir Casey

Ellen Weir Casey ’71, MAT ’77 reflects on her odyssey through infertility, the earliest days of in vitro fertilization, and giving birth to her daughter, Colorado’s first “test-tube baby.”

Issue: Spring 2022 • Tags: ,

A Diverse Leadership

From left, Edwin Hamada; Brenda Soto; Rochelle T. Dickey ’83, P’19; L. Song Richardson; Debbie Howell; Mike Edmonds; and Peony Fhagen.

Black, Indigenous, people of color, and women now hold more influential positions than ever before at Colorado College.

Issue: Spring 2022 • Tags: , ,

Disrupting Disciplines

The Dynamics of Power five-class collaboration introduces first-year students to a truly interdisciplinary education.

Issue: Winter 2021/22 • Tags:

Priddy Experience Sticks Close to Home

An adapted Priddy Experience allowed incoming students to connect to Colorado Springs.

Issue: Winter 2021/22 • Tags:

Faces of Innovation: Han Santana-Sayles ’15

As director of artist collaboration for Meow Wolf, Santana-Sayles works with artists to bring playful and mind-bending spaces to the immersive art exhibit.

Issue: Winter 2021/22 • Tags: ,

Q&A with Former Acting Co-Presidents Mike Edmonds & Robert G. Moore

Former Acting Co-Presidents Mike Edmonds and Robert G. Moore Look Back at the Year Like No Other

Issue: Summer 2021 • Tags:

Celebrating the Class of 2020

It was a combination Commencement and a first-year class reunion. Nearly 370 members of the Class of 2020 — including 11 Master of Arts in Teaching graduates — reunited on Sunday, May 30, for their long-awaited in-person Commencement ceremony. There was joy among classmates who had not seen one another, or their professors, since they…

Issue: Summer 2021 • Tags:

Celebrating the Class of 2021

“Stumbling is not falling.”  — Malcolm X An in-person Commencement ceremony was held Sunday, May 23, at the new Weidner Field in downtown Colorado Springs, with 532 undergraduate degrees and 17 Masters of Arts in Teaching degrees awarded. The event concluded a year like no other, in which students immersed themselves in virtual and hybrid…

Issue: Summer 2021 • Tags:

CC Mobile Arts Cranks Up: New Truck is Built to Take Arts on the Road

Think Bookmobile — But For the Arts

Issue: Summer 2021 • Tags:

Kittens to Collages, Poetry to Puzzles: CC Faculty Find COVID Lifelines

COVID Copes: Fostering Felines? Pandemic Puzzles? What Helped Faculty Get Through the Pandemic?

Issue: Summer 2021 • Tags: