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Rujun Gillian Xu ’22 and Sherry Xu ’21 took the stage on Nov. 9 for the 33rd annual Colorado/Wyoming Japanese Speech Contest. They each walked away with first place in their respective divisions.
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Colorado College 12h
If you enjoy jigsaw puzzles, you are in luck. Recently several puzzles were donated to Tutt Library. The boxes sit on the Welcome Desk. Several are a work in progress in the lobby on the first floor.
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Colorado College 17h
Big. Game. Week!!! 🏒: vs. ⏲️: 7 p.m. 📍: 🎟️: , or students can get tickets at Worner Desk. 📺: 🐯🏆GO TIGERS!!!! 🏆🐯
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Colorado College Dec 6
Including 's President Jill Tiefenthaler!
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Colorado College Dec 5
Feminist & Gender Studies is proud to announce that Jazlyn Andrews '17 was recently named Freelance Contributor for Denver Life magazine.
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Colorado College Dec 5
The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center invited community members to celebrate Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead). FAC student worker Jia Mei ’21 made buttons for children and community members as memorabilia for the holiday. Photo by Vivian Nguyen ’20.
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Colorado College Dec 4
Colorado College has been recognized by the Historic Preservation Alliance of Colorado Springs with its Award of Excellence for Stewardship of a Historic Landscape.
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Colorado College Dec 4
CC students performed a rendition of Spring Awakening from November 7th-9th in Cornerstone's theater. Photos by Rachel San Luis '10.
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Colorado College Dec 4
In 2014, Tim Bruns '14 and Will Harris '14 launched Wadi Climbing in Ramallah, a city in the Palestinian Territories - hosting the first indoor rock gym in the area. This story in , by fellow CC grad Joe Purtell '19, tells their story.
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Colorado College Dec 3
While at CC, Holly Moynahan ’16 viewed networking as a hobby, honing it well enough to help her land her dream job in May '19 at one of the world’s most respected consulting firms, Ernst & Young, in Boston, Massachusetts.
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Colorado College Dec 3
A composition by Colorado College Professor of Music Ofer Ben-Amots has received the top prize in its category in the 2019 SMP Press Composition Competition!
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Colorado College Dec 2
Hosted by Bon Appetit, CC students and community members enjoy a culinary tour of delicious noodles from seven different countries crafted by Chef Ed and Eddie Siow. Photo by Chidera Ikpeamarom ’22.
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Colorado College Dec 2
Anticipating the upcoming battle for the Gold Pan on Friday, Dec. 13 & Saturday, Dec. 14, when your Colorado College Tigers face the Denver Pioneers, we invite as many alumni fans as possible to join us for a pre-game tailgate!!! GO TIGERS!!!
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Colorado College Dec 2
Molly Seaman ’21 shares some of her original poetry as well as a first-person account of Professor Nate Marshall’s two-block Beginning Poetry Writing class in the newest article on the homepage.
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91.5 KRCC Nov 26
A beautiful scene from atop Shove Chapel on the campus ❄️❄️❄️
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Colorado College Nov 22
"It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood..." ❄️🏔️🤩
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Rocky Mountain Women's Film Nov 21
We are so fortunate to have such a fantastic venue with all theaters close together for the Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival! All thanks to the continued support of our presenting sponsor, !
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PeakRadar.com Nov 14
The Rocky Mountain Women's Film Festival () kicks off tomorrow ! Now in its 32nd year, did you know it is the longest-running women’s film festival in North America? Tickets are almost gone!
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Colorado College Nov 8
91.5 KRCC’s Mountain West Reporter Ali Budner is featured on NPR’s “All Things Considered” program. Click the link for more:
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Colorado College Nov 8
Michael Sawyer, an assistant professor of Race, Ethnicity and Migration studies in the English department at Colorado College, spearheaded the effort to bring the Black American Symphony to Colorado Springs. A simply stunning experience!
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