On the violence in nearby #Boulder, and how we can support each other. If you need support, please reach out to the resources we have here, and take time and space to process grief, loss, and how we move forward. We are here for you.
“To me, political education is an essential part of a liberal arts education,” says Sophie Cardin '22, who has been named a 2020 Newman Civic Fellow. This is the fourth consecutive year a CC student has received this honor. Well done, Sophie!
An amazing season continues for our now NUMBER ONE TEAM IN THE COUNTRY, CC Volleyball! Massive congratulations to all the phenomenal student-athletes, coaches, and staff involved - we're so proud of you! Go Tigers!
“I know it sounds weird that we were teaching each other, and acting like kids. It took a few days to get used to,” says Chris Tobin ’22.
How does CC's renowned TREE program adapt to the challenges of the day? Find out more, in our story!
Ryan Buyco, Riley Scholar-in-Residence in Asian American and Global Asian Studies at Colorado College, was featured in today's @orlandosentinel providing historical context for the recent incidents of anti-Asian violence and racism across the country.
In 1893, Taizo Nakashima, of Japan, was one of only five CC graduates in 1893. Nakashima’s story is the latest in our Untold Stories series, which sheds light on the stories of marginalized persons who have studied, taught, and worked at Colorado College.
Huge congratulations to our amazing faculty members, with 9 being awarded tenure and 7 gaining Emeriti status! Thank you for all you do, we're so glad you're a part of our curious, driven, and talented community!
We asked Associate Professor of French Ibrahima Wade what he has been digging into and his response was: “I am re-reading Paul Gilroy’s ‘L’Atlantique Noire,’ in French this time!” Read more about in the latest Colorado College Bulletin!
Elliott Williams ’21, student trustee for CC’s Board of Trustees, was curious about CC's money. Here, he uncovers answers about CC’s financial model — questions like “Why is the sticker price for CC so high?, given the endowment size?" and more!
Don’t forget to join us this Thursday, Mar. 4, for “The Block Plan Documentary; Students, Then & Now” as we continue to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Block Plan!
Doron JéPaul Mitchell ’14 is an actor, writer, and composer who made his Broadway debut in Aaron Sorkin’s adaptation of “To Kill A Mockingbird.” In our Summer 2019 Bulletin, he reflects on "his Mockingbird" experience, in beautiful, fascinating detail.
Jackie Taylor's work a counselor at CC's Student Health Center - one of the first women of color to counsel CC students - held the same challenges, guidance, and grace of her own life. Read her reflections, and more, in our People of Impact feature.
The Class of 2020 ended their time at CC like no other class before them. So where are they now? What are they doing? How their unique perspective shaped their path forward? The Bulletin caught up with eight recent grads to hear about their experiences!
Don’t forget to join us tonight for “Key Figures in the Film” as we continue to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Block Plan! Featuring Professors Susan Ashley, Glenn Brooks, Tim Fuller and more! Join us for memories, stories, and a whole lot of fun!
"Having someone who looks like you in a position of authority allows you to see all of the opportunities for yourself," says associate professor and chair of the Education Department Manya Whitaker.
Beloved actor & comedian @CheechMarin Marin, best known as one half of the iconic comedy duo Cheech & Chong, is also a prolific collector of Chicano art, and his "Papel Chicano Dos" collection is at the @FineArtsCenter until June 26, 2021!
Ryan Haygood '97 will been honored by the University of Colorado Law School at their annual alumni awards ceremony. Haygood '97, a renowned civil rights lawyer, is president and CEO of the New Jersey Institute for Social Justice. Congratulations, Ryan!
So, just how did a 1969 production of "Dionysus" revolutionize the college, both artistically and academically? "Well, within two minutes, they were naked,” remembers Les Goss '72. Curious? So were we.
Valerie Hanna '18 raises the curtain to share more!
Charity Haygood '96 is the principal at B.R.I.C.K. (“Building Responsible, Intelligent, and Creative Kids”) Avon Academy, helping children in New Jersey. Honoring and celebrating #BlackHistoryMonth, we wanted to champion Charity and her amazing work.
Join us for another talkback event celebrating the 50th anniversary of our Block Plan, as we dive into the “Key Figures in the Film” from our Block Plan documentary, featuring Professors Susan Ashley, Tim Fuller, Glenn Brooks, and more! Register below!
"The magic certainly is in the classroom, but the learning experience is all about your professor and your peers," says Veronica Gibson '24. Her GY115: Oceanography class is her first in-person class experience at CC! We can't wait to hear how it goes!
Dean of the Faculty & Professor of English Claire Garcia jumps into the future for @HistoryColorado, reflecting and evaluating the events of today, and how raging debates and movements around Black lives will reshape the days and years ahead.
This year, we're celebrating the 50th anniversary of our brilliant, innovative Block Plan! With a plethora of publications, events, and storytelling covering five decades of living and learning on the Block Plan, we hope you'll join us!
Happy 50th to the CC Aspen Bike Trip! Read about the novice cyclists and the seasoned fanatics like Melissa Walker ’72 and others who have been tackling the ups and downs of these trips over the years in the latest issue of the Bulletin.
Continuing to celebrate and honor #BlackHistoryMonth, we're sharing the stories of our Black community like Fantu Cheru '75, a researcher at the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute and the Center for African Studies at Leiden University.
Colorado College has received a $500,000 gift from the Inasmuch Foundation for the Mike and Barbara Yalich Student Services Center, honoring the legacy and contributions of alumni Barbara Neeley Yalich ’53 and her late husband Milo “Mike” Yalich ’50.
Dr. Manya Whitaker, chair of the Colorado College education department, spoke with the Denver Post recently about CC's program partnership with the Sachs Foundation that aims to attract, support and retain more Black teachers in the state.
Former Colorado College standout Brian Swanson was named to the WCHA 1990s All-Decade Team on Tuesday. Swanson, a two-time All-American, is No. 2 on the school's career scoring list with 232 points (88g,144a).
As we continue to celebrate and honor #BlackHistoryMonth, we're thrilled to highlight Frieda Ekotto '86, who will become the president of the Modern Language Association (MLA) in 2023, and will serve as vice president in the interim.