Colorado Mountain College

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    A gift of education

    By Carrie Click
    CMC Public Information Manager

    Dick Hunt — the man who, with his wife, Shirley, gave $530,000 to the Colorado Mountain College Foundation — had a funny habit.

    Every morning, he’d walk down the driveway from his 19th century ranchread more →

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    Colorado Mountain College Day at the Colorado Rockies.

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    Join the CMC community as we watch the Colorado Rockies take on the Los Angeles Dodgers. The game starts at 1:05 pm on Sunday, July 31, 2022, at Coors Field, Denver. Tickets are $30 per person (price increases closer to July 31) with $4 benefiting the Colorado Mountain College Alumni…

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    Ya no es proyecto, el HB22-1155 es ley

    El proyecto de ley HB22-1155 que pretende eliminar varias barreras que impedían que miles de estudiantes indocumentados calificaran para tarifas de matrícula estatal, ya es ley en el estado.

    Colorado Mountain College (CMC) recibió al gobernador Jared Polis, hace unas semanas, donde se realizó la firma que convertía el proyecto… read more →

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    “Be the Change,” proclaims CMC conference

    “Be the Change” was the theme for this year’s sustainability conference hosted by Colorado Mountain College (CMC), which blended a student-led ecological learning opportunity and a celebration of Earth Day, on April 22. The hybrid event included a sustainability update from the school’s president, Dr. Carrie Hauser, a keynote address,… read more →

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    A theater review: “Picasso at the Lapin Agile”

    On April 8, Sopris Theatre Company (STC), at Colorado Mountain College’s Spring Valley campus, premiered “Picasso at the Lapin Agile,” a one-act comedy written by Steve Martin. 

    The fictional satire involves world-famous scientist Albert Einstein, played by Joshua Adamson, and infamous painter Pablo Picasso, played by Wyatt Tulk, meeting… read more →

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    CMC adds a Human Services bachelor’s degree

    On Jan. 25, the Colorado Mountain College (CMC) Board of Trustees unanimously approved CMC’s seventh bachelor’s degree program, Human Services, along with a $5 dollar per credit hour increase in all Colorado resident tuition rates for the upcoming academic year.

    CMC worked with over 70 agencies to gain an understanding… read more →

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    A theater review of ‘Silent Sky’

    Sopris Theatre Company (STC) of Colorado Mountain College’s Spring Valley campus, premiered their most recent production, “Silent Sky,” by Lauren Gunderson on Feb. 11. 

    “Silent Sky” is based on a true story and the life and work of Henrietta Leavitt, a 19th-century astronomer whose contributionsread more →

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    Scuttlebutt / Calendar - Feb. 10, 2022

    Downtown Liquors

    The longstanding Main Street Spirits liquor store, at 389 Main Street in Carbondale, recently changed ownership. The new owners, Ryan and Janie Pratt, retitled the business “Downtown Liquors on Main” and are eager to welcome the 21-and-up community. 

    Poster contests

    The 51st Carbondale Mountain Fair poster contest… read more →

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    Glasenapp’s ‘Recollectivity’ sees light

    Terry Glasenapp, age 72, has a knack for collecting art. 

    Not fancy paintings or bronze sculptures, but the pop art of American culture in motion.

    As an employee at Colorado Mountain College (CMC), Glasenapp was instrumental in bringing to fruition the Glenwood Springs Arts Council back… read more →

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    CMC to offer new bachelor’s degree in 2022

    Colorado Mountain College’s (CMC) board of trustees has approved the addition of a new bachelor’s degree program. The Bachelor of Science in Ecosystems Science and Stewardship program is anticipated to start accepting students in August 2022, when the fall semester begins. Once the program is reviewed and approvedread more →