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When life got too serious on campus in 1912, students used blankets as homemade trampolines, tossing one lucky person many feet into the air. The buildings in the background are Perkins Fine Arts Hall (built 1900, razed 1964) and Coburn Library (built 1892, razed 1964); these buildings stood where Armstrong Hall is now. These photos…

Issue: Spring 2020 • Tags:

Juggling ‘Flat Hats’ and More

The Bulletin spoke with alumni whose careers help steward and sustain our national park system: Ann Deines Honious ’87, Eric Bilderback ’99, Gordy Kito ’92, and Pete Devine ’81.

Issue: Spring 2020 • Tags: ,

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Photo courtesy CC Special Collections. Writer and activist Helen Hunt Jackson died in 1885. She was buried in South Cheyenne Canyon, but so many people visited the site that her grave was moved to Evergreen Cemetery in 1891. This photograph, likely dated 1890, was a gift of Alan Campbell, former Colorado College Psychology faculty. As…

Issue: Winter 2019 • Tags:

From The Archives

Homecoming Weekend is a time of reconnection. Alumni return to campus and the familiar haunts of their college days. They catch up with old friends and classmates, their favorite professors, and explore the campus anew. In preparation for their return, some alumni dust off photo albums and scrapbooks to jog their memories. Last Homecoming Weekend…

Issue: Summer 2019 • Tags:

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In August of 2007, the Residential Life Office donated a box of recipes and a scrapbook found in the basement of Bemis Hall, CC’s women’s dormitory built in 1908. Bemis had its own dining hall until 2001. This new acquisition gives us a taste (so to speak) of what CC women students might have eaten…

Issue: Spring 2019 • Tags:

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Issue: Winter 2018 • Tags: ,

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In the early 1950s, national championships and national renown drew famous faces to CC Tiger hockey. Here entertainment superstars Bob Hope and Marilyn Maxwell share a joke with the late Ron Hartwell ’52 (see obituary page 11) at the Broadmoor World Arena in 1951. Photo courtesy of Charles “Chuck” MacNab ’54 with identifying information provided…

Issue: Winter 2016 • Tags: ,
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