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    CC in the News

    CC's new president is a perfect match for the moment (The Gazette, 12/13/20)

    UCI Law Dean Departing for Colorado (Orange County Business Journal, 12/10/20)

    Richardson is first woman of color appointed president of Colorado College (CSBJ, 12/10/20)

    UC Irvine Law Dean to Lead Colorado Liberal Arts College (, 12/10/20)

    First woman of color will lead Colorado College (The Gazette, 12/9/20)

    Interest in public health careers seeing national spike (CSBJ, 12/4/20)

    Students from four Colorado Springs higher-institutions tackle community issues through Quad Partnership (KRDO, 12/3/20)

    Four Colorado Springs higher ed institutions put their heads together for a first-of-its-kind collaboration (Denver Post, 12/2/20)

    Will Outdoor Tents Become the New College Classrooms? (5280, 11/24/20)

    How Can My College Student Come Home Safely for Thanksgiving? (New York Times, 11/13/10)

    Colorado College professor's COVID-19 forecasting eerily accurate (The Gazette, 11/10/20)

    Covid Is the Big Story on Campus. College Reporters Have the Scoop. (New York Times, 11/4/20)

    Colleges Turn To Wastewater Testing In An Effort To Flush Out The Coronavirus (NPR, 10/26/20)

    Colorado College sophomores and juniors will have to live off campus in spring (The Gazette, 10/23/20)

    Colorado College students hold town hall proposing less campus police presence (KKTV, 10/21/20)

    Opinion: Follow Colorado College’s lead and cancel classes on Election Day (The Colorado Sun, 10/4/20)

    1,600 Colleges Are Now Test-Optional. How Many Will Go Back? (EdSurge, 9/25/20)

    Colorado College starts wastewater testing; helps find virus before people are symptomatic (KKTV, 9/23/20)

    What College Admissions Officers Are Looking for This Year (Wall Street Journal, 9/17/20)

    Colleges Send Students Home as Outbreaks Worsen. Are They Creating a New Coronavirus Threat? (Wall Street Journal, 9/7/20)

    COVID and college: The lower standards of higher education (The Gazette, 9/7/20)

    COVID-19 Roundup: White House Advice on Sick Students; More Fall Pivots (Inside Higher Ed, 9/2/20)

    Colorado Edition: Open And Shut (KUNC’s Colorado Edition, 9/2/20)

    More Than 1,300 Students Test Positive At The University Of Alabama: Here Are The Latest College Coronavirus Updates (Forbes, 9/2/20)

    Students Describe Quarantine As Colorado College Adjusts To Nearly-All Remote Learning (CBS4, 9/1/20)

    Colorado College moving most classes online for fall semester (The Gazette, 9/1/20)

    Colorado College shifts to remote learning after all dorms placed under COVID-19 quarantine (Denver Post, 9/1/20)

    Colorado College suspends most in-person learning after coronavirus prompts three dorm quarantines(Colorado Sun, 9/1/20)

    Virus forces Colorado College to switch to remote learning (Durango Herald, 9/1/20)

    Colorado College moving classes online, reducing number of students residing on campus due to COVID-19 (KRDO, 9/1/20)

    Colorado College switching to remote learning (Fox21 News, 9/1/20)

    Colorado College Moves To Remote Learning After Coronavirus Cases Confirmed In Dorms (CBS4 Denver, 9/1/20)

    Hundreds of Colorado College students now in virus quarantine (The Gazette, 8/31/20)

    Will Students Show Up at Private Colleges? (Inside Higher Ed, 8/24/20)

    Students vs. the pandemic: How a journalism team is chronicling COVID (eCampus News, 8/12/20)

    Diversity, equity and inclusion programs increasing for Colorado Springs organizations, schools (The Gazette, 7/28/20)

    Colorado Springs Bemis School of Art director believes art can heal niche populations (The Gazette, 7/21/20)

    Colorado universities respond to ICE reversal on international student deportations (Colorado Politics, 7/15/22)

    Colorado colleges, universities join lawsuit to stop new ICE directive (The Gazette, 7/14/22)

    Award-winning playwright Idris Goodwin announced as new director of Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center (The Gazette, 7/13/20)

    Colorado Springs playwright-poet aims new, free plays about racism at young people (The Gazette, 7/4/20)

    Colorado College president prepares to exit after nearly 3 decades in higher education (The Gazette, 6/22/20)

    Classical music concerts to be broadcast live in Colorado Springs (The Gazette, 6/21/20)

    High School Seniors Plan for College—in the Middle of a Pandemic (5280, 5/28/20)

    Colorado College Achieves Carbon Neutrality (Yale Climate Connections, 5/28/20)

    6 Ways College Might Look Different In The Fall (NPR, 5/5/20)

    How colleges and universities are stepping up to produce essential PPE for health-care workers (CNBC, 5/5/20)

    On extended break due to coronavirus, Colorado College senior uses spare time to help others (The Gazette, 3/16/20)

    Colorado College extends spring break, cancels in-person classes and enacts distance learning (The Gazette, 3/10/20)

    Colorado College names provost as interim president (The Gazette, 2/25/20)

    KRCC general manager resigns in wake of Colorado Public Radio takeover (The Gazette, 2/13/20)

    Idris Goodwin named Fine Arts Center director (Colorado Springs Independent, 2/11/20)

    Idris Goodwin Named Director of Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center (American Theatre, 2/5/20)

    ‘This is Just a Milestone’: How Colorado College Reached Carbon Neutrality (KUNC, All Things Considered, 1/28/20)

    Colorado College Becomes Carbon Neutral (Environmental Protection, 1/24/20)

    Colorado College is now carbon neutral – and they didn’t buy their way out (Green Prophet, 1/23/20)

    Colorado College Achieves Carbon Neutrality (Environment + Energy Leader, 1/22/20)

    Colorado College achieves decade-long goal of carbon neutrality (The Gazette, 1/22/20) 

    Colorado College Kicks Off 2020 As A Carbon Neutral Campus (Colorado Public Radio, 1/22/20)

    Colorado College officially becomes carbon neutral (KRDO-TV, 1/22/20)

    Colorado College says it's the first school in the region to reach carbon neutrality (The Hill, 1/22/20)

    Colorado College declares itself first school in Rocky Mountain region to reach carbon neutrality   (Denver Post, 1/22/20)

    Groundbreaking ceremony for Colorado College’s on-campus Ed Robson Arena set for Feb. 15 (USCHO, 1/22/20)

    KRCC joins CPR fold (Colorado Springs Independent, 1/22/20)

    Colorado Public Radio will take over operation of KRCC (1/18/20, The Gazette)

    In Signal Boost for Both, CPR Will Operate Colorado Springs-based KRCC (CPR News, 1/17/20)

    Colorado Public Radio to Expand, Take Over Operations of KRCC (KRCC, All Things Considered, 1/17/20)

    Colorado College President Jill Tiefenthaler stepping down to take helm of National Geographic Society (Denver Post, 1/14/20)

    Colorado College President Jill Tiefenthaler leaving for National Geographic (The Gazette, 1/14/20)

    CC President Jill Tiefenthaler Leaving, Set To Become CEO Of National Geographic Society (91.5 KRCC, 1/14/20)

    Colorado College president leaving to National Geographic Society in August (KKTV, 1/14/20)

    What state colleges do for Muslims (and others) who want to pray (Westword, 12/17/19)

    Colorado's college admission officers don't have time to look at your Instagram. Here's what they're looking for (Denver Post, 11/6/19)

    Small Private Liberal Arts Colleges with the Highest Yields (The Chronicle of Higher Education, 10/27/19)

    New Colorado College program will help Pikes Peak region high school students prepare for future (The Gazette, 10/22/19)

    Trumpet Master Nicholas Payton to Perform with Colorado Springs Philharmonic (Broadway World, 10/18/19)

    Colorado College's use of Ute word for campus quad more than a symbolic gesture (The Gazette, 10/11/19)

    The students disappearing fastest from American campuses? Middle-class ones (The Hechinger Report, 10/2/19)

    CC launches college prep program for promising high school students (Colorado Springs Business Journal, 10/2/19)

    New affordability promise helps families earning up to $200,000 (University Business, 9/19/19)

    Editorial: Higher ed just got more attainable (Colorado Springs Business Journal, 9/13/19)

    Kyle Cunningham takes top job at Colorado’s KRCC (Current, 9/6/19)

    Four More Colleges Go Test Optional (Inside Higher Ed, 9/3/19)

    Colorado College pledges to cut costs for many in-state students (Colorado Springs Business Journal, 9/3/19)

    Weissgold: See the world, save the planet (Colorado Springs Business Journal, 8/30/19)

    Colorado College makes standardized tests optional for admission (KRDO, 8/28/19)

    Colorado College Report Shows Urban Heat Islands in Colorado Springs (KVOR, 8/28/19)

    A Colorado private college pledges to slash price for lower-income, in-state students (Denver Post, 8/27/19)

    Colorado College makes big move to help in-state students afford school (Colorado Springs Independent, 8/27/19)

    Colorado College research shows urban heat islands in Colorado Springs (KOAA, 8/27/19)

    New Colorado College Scholarship Targets Low- and Middle-income Students Who Are Residents (The Gazette, 8/23/19)

    At Colorado College, where tuition runs $71,000, many new in-state students will pay just a fraction — or nothing at all  (Colorado Sun, 8/23/19)

    Four-Way Collaboration in Colorado Springs (Inside Higher Ed, 7/9/19)

    The High Court Punted on Partisan Gerrymandering (The Colorado Independent, 7/5/19)

    7 Commencement Speeches of 2019 That Will Inspire You (Forbes, 6/20/19)

    The Best Advice from 2019 Commencement Speeches Will Inspire You Every Day (Huffington Post, 6/18/19)

    Billionaire Advice For 2019 College Grads: Robert F. Smith, Oprah Winfrey, Michael Dell And More (Forbes, 6/12/19)

    From Jennifer Garner to Tim Cook, highlights from 2019 graduation speeches (PBS NewsHour, 5/31/19)

    Best Moments From the Commencement Speeches of 2019 (The Wall Street Journal, 5/31/19)

    'If You Want to Save the World, You Don't Need to Be James Bond': 2019's Celeb Commencement Speakers Share Their Best Life Advice (People, 5/30/19)

    To the Class of 2019, thoughts from Oprah Winfrey, Mike Pence, Ken Jeong, Robert F. Smith and other commencement speakers (USA Today, 5/25/19)

    Colorado College e-Sports Club on the New Frontier for Sports  (KOAA-TV, 5/15/19)

    Colorado College's eSports Team Proves Itself With Championship Title (The Gazette, 5/6/19)        

    eSports is Becoming the Next 'Traditional' Sport of This Generation (Colorado Springs Style, January/February 2019)

    What Does it Take to Get a Teacher Interested in Rural Schools? A Field Trip (Colorado Public Radio, 4/10/19)

    Colorado College eSports Team Wins Conference Championship (KRDO, 4/9/19)

    Colorado College Hosts Fourth Community Meeting for Proposed Robson Arena (Fox News, 3/24/19)

    New Parking Plan Wins Over Some Critics of Proposed Colorado College Hockey Arena (The Gazette, 3/23/19)

    Colorado College Plans Parking Garage, Lot for New Arena (Colorado Springs Business Journal, 3/12/19)

    Colorado College Revises Arena Plans to Add Parking Garage, On-campus Parking Lot (The Gazette, 3/12/19)

    Online Shop Cheats Consumers and Native Americans (KOAA-TV, 3/7/19)

    Colorado Springs Neighbors Confront CC Officials at Second Meeting on Proposed Hockey Arena (The Gazette, 1/16/19)

    Parking Permits and Shuttles Considered as Arena Project Moves Forward (KOAA-TV, 1/7/19)

    Colorado Springs College Students Serve as Consultants through Quad Innovation Partnership (The Gazette, 1/6/19)

    Seating Numbers, Natatorium Among Shifting Plans Discussed at Colorado College's Robson Arena Community Meeting (The Gazette, 1/5/19) 

    Colorado College’s Neighbors Remain Skeptical About Parking for Planned Hockey Arena (The Gazette, 1/5/19)

    Parking Among Concerns Addressed at Public Meeting on New Ice Arena at Colorado College (KOAA-TV, 1/5/19)

    New Front in College Admissions: Nudging Students to Decide Early (The Wall Street Journal, 1/3/19)

    Welcome to College. Now Take a Year Off. (The Wall Street Journal, 12/25/18)

    Fruit Fly Brain Cells Give CC, UCCS Researchers Insight on Neurological Disorders (The Gazette, 12/16/18)

    What a Liberal Arts College is and What You Should Know (U.S. News & World Report, 12/7/18)

    The Political Novel — Sentinel of America's Soul: Here are 10 You Should Read (Colorado Politics, 11/30/18)

    The Community we Choose to Build
     (Inside Higher Ed, 11/14/18)

    Inspired by Bernstein: Colorado College Music Students Present Meditations, Meta Takes on Bernstein’s Creative Legacy (, 11/12/18)

    CC Grads Transforming Climbing Film (The Gazette, 10/29/18)

    The Bad News We Need: Provost Townsend Discusses Climate Change (Scientific American, 10/18/18)

    Purple State Blues (Colorado Public Radio, 10/11/18)

    Professor Spurs Hope in Era of Climate Change (The Gazette, 9/28/18)

    Stand Up Comedy Class is Helping Locals Find 'Comedic Relief'  (The Gazette, 7/27/18)

    Final City for Champions Project to be Split Between Switchbacks and Colorado College (The Gazette, 7/24/18)

    Students Dissect Historical and Present-day Protests in Colorado College Summer Course (The Gazette, 7/17/18)

    Trump Administration Attacks Affirmative Action, but Colorado Universities Don't Plan to Change Policies (The Independent, 7/11/18)

    The Best Freshman Year is a Gap Year (The Chronicle of Higher Education, 6/3/18)

    Colorado College's Timeless Approach Prepares Students for Whatever Lies Ahead (The Gazette, 5/21/18)

    Honnen Ice Arena Featured in NBC's 'Making a Difference' Segment on Sgt. Joshua Hargis (NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt, May 8, 2018) 

    Colorado College Gets Stylish Canopy for Their Net-zero Energy Library (Lumos, May 2018)

    What Happens to Trash After it's Tossed? (, 3/28/18)

    Offensive Email Sent to Colorado College Students, Staff Spurs Call to Action Against Racism (The Gazette, 3/23/18)

    Old Misconduct Prompts Name Change for Colorado College Dorm (US News & World Report, 3/20/18)

    Former College President's Degree Stripped Away 100 Years Later (CBS Denver, 3/20/18)

    Colorado College Strips Dorm of Name, Citing Century-old Sexual Misconduct (The Denver Post, 3/20/18)

    Old Misconduct Prompts Name Change for Colorado College Dorm (The Seattle Times, 3/20/18)

    Misconduct Prompts Name Change for Colorado College Dorm (Coloradoan, 3/20/18)

    Old Misconduct Prompts Name Change for Colorado College Dorm (Bristol Herald Courier, 3/20/18)        

    College Strips Dorm of Name, Citing Sexual Misconduct  (The Daily Sentinel, 3/20/18)

    Colorado College Strips Slocum Dorm of Name, Citing Century-old Sexual Misconduct (The Gazette, 3/19/18)

    Colorado College's Own Harvey Weinstein (Inside Higher Ed, 3/15/18)

    Colorado College Removes Former President's Name From Buildings (The Chronicle of Higher Education, 3/14/18)

    CU Boulder Professor, Research Director to Become Provost at Colorado College (The Gazette, 3/8/18)

    Chocolate Supplier Wins Colorado College Business Pitching Competition (The Gazette, 2/8/18)

    Colorado College Teams Vying for $50,000 in Business Pitching Competition (The Gazette, 2/6/18)

    Aspiring Colorado Teachers Learn the Ins and Outs of Rural Education with New Grant Funding (The Gazette, 2/5/18)

    Some Elite Colleges Review an Application in 8 Minutes (or Less) (Wall Street Journal, 1/31/18)

    Conservation in the West Poll Reveals Passion for the Outdoors (CBS Denver, 1/29/18)

    Poll: Arizonans See Outdoor Recreation as Vital to State Economy (Arizona Public Media, 1/26/18)

    State of the Rockies Poll Finds Coloradans Increasingly Worried About State's Water Future (Colorado Politics, 1/26/18)

    Busting 11 Myths About Westerners and Conservation (Outside, 1/25/18)

    Poll Finds Montanans Strong on Conservation, Split on Trump (Missoulian, 1/25/18)

    Coloradans Love Their Public Lands, Poll Says, But Some Think National Monuments Harm the Local Economy (Denver Post, 1/25/18)

    Colorado College Poll: More Support for Outdoors, Little for Trump's Policies (Colorado Politics, 1/25/18)

    College Roommate Not Wanted (University Business, 11/17/17)

    The Harvey Weinstein of Colorado College (The Chronicle of Higher Education, 11/14/17)

    Revamped Colorado College Library Packs a Sustainability Wallop (Campus Technology, 10/3/17)

    Colorado College's Library is Largest Carbon Neutral, Net-Zero Academic Library in the United States (PRISM, 9/28/17)

    Scientific Society Defines Sexual Harassment as Scientific Misconduct (Science, 9/20/17)

    CC's Renovated Building is Largest Academic Library to Achieve Net-Zero Construction (Markets Insider, 9/19/17)

    CC's Renovated Building is Largest Academic Library to Achieve Net-Zero Construction (MENAFN, 9/19/17)

    CC's Renovated Building is Largest Academic Library to Achieve Net-Zero Construction (Cision, 9/19/17)

    Editorial: Colorado Springs, Colorado's Big College Town (Gazette, 9/13/17)

    Higher Education Enrollment Up in Colorado Springs Area Despite Strong Economy  (Gazette, 9/12/17)

    Colorado Springs Colleges Award Sexual Assault Policy Changes After DeVos Criticism (Gazette, 9/8/17)

    Where to Find Colorado's Next Tech Hubs (5280, Sept./2017)

    Fine Arts Center Offers Improved Pricing, Hours, Theater Performances (Gazette, 8/30/17)

    Art Meets Politics in Force/Resistance, Don Coen: The Migrant Series at CSFAC (Westword, 4/19/17)

    An Artist Paints the Nation's Forgotten Migrants, One Canvas at a Time (NBC Nightly News, 4/8/17)

    Colorado College Hosts 'Big Cool Science Festival' (KRDO, 4/8/17)

    Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center Named One of America's 25 Best Galleries and Museums (Huffington Post, 4/6/17)

    'Force/Resistance' a Provocative Move in the Right Direction   (Denver Post, 3/24/17)

    What Happens When People with Brain Injuries and Colorado College Students Dance Together (Colorado Public Radio, 3/8/17)

    Students Pair Drones and Phones with New Invention (Fox21News, 2/23/17)

    Student Team Wins $30,000 to Turn Drone into Flying Selfie Camera (Gazette, 2/22/17)

    Colorado College Library Shoots for Net Zero Carbon Footprint (Gazette, 2/19/17)

    Colorado College Hosts Annual Arts and Crafts Sale (Fox21 News, 12/5/16)

    Colorado College Announces New On-campus Practice Facility for Tigers Hockey Program, Community (Gazette, 10/12/16)

    Billy Joel-Loving Academics Get in a Piano Man State of Mind (New York Times, 10/11/16)

    What Smells Like French Fries and Gets 14MPG? (Gazette, 10/10/16)

    College Road Trip: Colorado College (U.S. News & World Report, 9/29/16)

    Colorado College Finalizes Deal with Fine Arts Center (Gazette, 8/26/16)

    Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center to Merge with Colorado College (Colorado Public Radio, 8/25/16)

    CC, Fine Arts Center Enter Historic Partnership (Denver Center for the Performing Arts, 8/25/16)

    Colorado College, FAC Alliance Becomes Official (KRCC, 8/25/16)

    Colorado College, Fine Arts Center Announce Details of Merger (Colorado Springs Business Journal, 8/25/16)

    Bipartisan Slate of Speakers Set for CC Presidential Symposium (Gazette, 9/24/16)

    What Parents Need for the Ride Home (Inside Higher Ed, 8/23/16)

    CC Installs Green Living Roof on Honnen Ice Arena (Gazette, 8/4/16)

    Remembering the Buffalo Soldiers 150 Years Later (, 7/27/16)

    Donations from CC alumni increase to $42.2 million in FY 2016 (Colorado Springs Gazette, 7/19/16)

    Fine Arts Center and Colorado College discuss motivations behind pending alliance (Colorado Springs Independent, 7/06/16)

    Five new trustees appointed to Colorado College board (Colorado Springs Gazette, 7/05/16)

    Top 25 Colleges In The West 2016 (, 7/05/16)

    Will there be any surprises at this year’s conventions? (The Denver Post (AP), 7/02/16)

    Telling It like It Is; Card Games and Psychology (HighBeam Research, 7/02/16)

    Gamble on Your Opponent's Gaze If You Want to Win (Technobahn, 6/21/16)

    Watch: New Documentary Reveals Elephants Are Much More Intelligent Than We Ever Thought (AlterNet, 6/17/16)

    Springs innovators vie for big investment prize in L.A. competition (Colorado Springs Gazette, 6/09/16)

    Trump, invited by Colorado conservatives to mend fences, remains distant (The Denver Post (AP), 6/06/16)

    A lopsided U.S. Senate race in Colorado? (The Denver Post (AP), 6/03/16)

    CC students have personality, survey says (Colorado Springs Gazette, 5/18/16)

    Science Guru Lends Her Wisdom to Colorado College Graduates (HighBeam Research, 5/16/16)

    New Colorado College graduates looking towards bright future (, 5/16/16)

    PHOTOS: Colorado College 2016 graduation (Colorado Springs Gazette, 5/16/16)

    Deep Seeds and First Foods (Green Fire Times, 5/11/16)

    Colorado College student explores aftermath of Waldo Canyon fire in new play (InsuranceNewsNet, 5/05/16)

    CC plans new student housing complex (Colorado Springs Business Journal, 5/03/16)

    Cronin: Giving up on politics is not an option (The Denver Post (AP), 4/30/16)

    Large donation to honor retiring college professor, fund scholarships (Colorado Springs Gazette, 4/26/16)

    Colorado College students get lion's share of $50,000 award money in Big Idea competition [The Gazette (Colorado Springs, Colo.)] (Bloomberg, 4/05/16)

    Our Thinking About Crossover Scholarship Is Wrong (Inside Higher Ed, 4/05/16)

    Johnson brings broad experience to CC role (Colorado Springs Business Journal, 4/01/16)

    University Business Magazine and Higher One Honor Eight Colleges and Universities as “Models of Excellence” (University Chronicle, 3/31/16)

    How to put your mind—as well as your body—to sleep (Quartz, 3/26/16)

    Interactive audiodrama by Colorado College student asks tough questions (Colorado Springs Gazette, 3/24/16)

    Colorado College, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center exploring merger (Colorado Springs Gazette, 3/22/16)

    Colorado Springs college students vie with innovative startup plans [The Gazette (Colorado Springs, Colo.)] (Bloomberg, 3/16/16)

    The third phase of presidential the nominating process (The Denver Post (AP), 3/11/16)

    Mentoring Matters: Homeless Teen Chases Dream To Be Surgeon (CBS Miami, 3/07/16)

    Survey says keep public lands under federal control (World News Report - EIN, 3/02/16)

    The stakes on Super Tuesday (The Denver Post (AP), 2/27/16)

    The 25 best colleges for students who want to change the world - Business - - Dover, NH (, 2/24/16)

    Colorado College professor wants to aim reliable data at human-trafficking policies (Colorado Springs Independent, 2/10/16)

    Colorado College, wanting to better tell its story, has a new logo (Colorado Springs Gazette, 2/09/16)

    For 50th Super Bowl, Colorado College professor said NFL 'had to go Arabic' (Colorado Springs Gazette, 1/31/16)

    Liberal Arts Colleges Where Students Are Eager to Enroll (US News & World Report, 1/25/16)

    You can’t ‘take back’ public lands. They already belong to all of us. (The Washington Post, 1/25/16)

    Study reveals Coloradans’ take on public lands; Planned dams in South East Asia could threaten food security of millions (World News Report - EIN, 1/23/16)

    Why Iowa votes first — and Colorado doesn't (The Denver Post (AP), 1/23/16)

    Montanans staying strong to land ethics (The Bozeman Daily Chronicle, 1/23/16)

    Unfriending Friends (Inside Higher Ed, 1/22/16)

    Wyoming Voters Say Feds Should Protect Public Lands (Public News Service, 1/20/16)

    Hundreds celebrate MLK Day at annual breakfast (, 1/18/16)

    Coloradans favor clean energy, federal regulations and national parks (The Colorado Independent, 1/13/16)

    Western Voters Don’t Agree With The Demands Of Armed Militia In Oregon (World News Report - EIN, 1/11/16)

    Initiative 55: Giving Colorado's unaffiliated voters a voice (The Denver Post (AP), 1/09/16)

    Bultema pioneers college innovation role (Colorado Springs Business Journal, 1/05/16)

    Top 50 colleges with the hardest-working students (USA Today College, 12/31/15)

    Colorado Springs Food Rescue combats food waste while buoying nonprofits (Colorado Springs Independent, 12/23/15)

    Best and Worst College Application Essay Prompts, Supplements and Common App Questions (The Huffington Post - Blog, 12/21/15)

    Colorado College receives $8.5M donation to enhance innovation education (InnovatioNews, 12/18/15)

    Colorado College Making 'Real Effort' to Become More Diverse (The Hechinger Report, 4/8/15)

    Ryan Banagale's Gershwin Book Prominently Highlighted (The Boston Globe, 1/23/15)

    Lisa Hughes' Mean Girls Half-Block Course Featured (New York Post, 1/19/15)

    CC Basketball Team Featured on 'Making a Difference' (NBC Nightly News, 12/18/14)

    What University Presidents are Reading (Christian Science Monitor, 12/15/14)

    Paul Maruyama's Book Highlights WWII Aftermath for Some Japanese
    (The Gazette, 12/8/14)

    Geological Discovery by Christine Siddoway Highlighted (The Gazette, 10/30/14)

    Nonprofit Aims to Redistribute Food, Reduce Hunger (TODAY, 10/28/14)

    Fruits of Students' Labor Available to Public (The Gazette, 7/29/14)

    FAC's Gift a Treasure for CC (Independent, 7/23/14)

    Airbnb's Brian Chesky Cites Colorado College (starts at 53:30 on YouTube, 6/29/14)

    Mirror Image: The New Way to Self-Esteem; Tomi-Ann Roberts (Women in the World Summit, 4/3/14)

    Tomi-Ann Roberts: What Are We Telling Our Daughters? (Women in the World Summit, 4/3/14)

    The Big Idea Battle (The Gazette, 4/2/14)

    Students' Food Rescue Efforts Praised (JDSupra Business Advisor, 4/1/14)

    CC Professors Receive $500,000 Grant to Study Soil Bateria (The Gazette, 3/16/14)

    Sleep Placebo Works for Partner, Too (Salon, 2/9/14)

    David Mason '78 Reviews Book About E.E. Cummings (Wall Street Journal, 2/7/14)

    Sleep Placebo Research Covered on Good Morning America (Good Morning America, 1/27/14)

    Believe It: You Slept Well (The Atlantic, 1/24/14)

    The Power of Positive Thinking/Sleeping (The Independent, United Kingdom, 1/23/14)

    Tom Cronin Discusses Presidential Term Limits in Op-Ed Piece (The Washington Post, 1/3/14)

    CC President Presents 'Building on the Block' to C.S. Community (The Gazette, 12/9/13)

    Bowed Piano Ensemble's Last New York Performance (The New York Times, 10/25/13)

    Walt Hecox Honored for Lifetime Achievement in Conservation (The Gazette, 10/08/13)

    'Off Topic' Radio Show Makes Listeners Think (The Gazette, 10/6/13)

    David Mason's Four-Year Road Trip (High Country News, September 2013)

    $168 Million Worth of Pizza, Planners, and Parents' Visits (CSBJ, 9/9/13)

    A College, A Meal, A Community (The Gazette, 9/7/13)

    Andrew Dunham: Humans Unable to Accept Inevitability of Fire (The Denver Post, 9/01/13)

    Intern Helps Bayou Preservation Association Improve Watersheds (The Rancher, 8/11/13)

    Brian Linkhart's 33 Year Study of the Flammulated Owl (The Gazette, 7/28/13)

    CC, UCCS Husband and Wife Team Net NFS Collaborative Grant (The Gazette, 7/9/13)

    New University in Canada Uses the CC Block Plan as a Model for a New, Innovative Public University (Chronicle of Higher Education, 7/8/13)

    Jill Tiefenthaler Leads Colorado College into the Future (The Gazette, 7/1/13)

    CC Visiting Instructor Eric Shaw Wins an Emmy Award (The Denver Post, 6/17/13)

    Michael Kerwin '92 Examines 'Cheating Epidemic' in Perspective Piece (The Denver Post, 6/2/13)

    New CD by Susan Grace Lauded in Review (Gazette, 5/28/13) 

    Education in the Liberal Arts: CC's New Education Major Profiled (Inside Higher Ed, 5/24/13)

    Summer Options for International Students (U.S. News & World Report, 5/23/13)

    Economics Professor Dan Johnson Discusses CEO Severance Pay with Steve Forbes and The Wall Street Journal's Steve Moore (Fox Business, 4/26/13)

    From Israel to Colorado Springs: A Profile of Ofer Ben-Amots (Intermountain Jewish News, 4/11/13)

    President Tiefenthaler's Op-Ed on Value of Liberal Arts Education Published (The Hechinger Report, 4/10/13)  

    CC's Quony Cup is Soccer Cancer Fundraiser that Keeps Giving (Gazette, 4/5/13)

    Dana Wittmer's Article on Women in Politics Cited (New York Times, 3/22/13)

    Joan Ericson Reflects on 'Voices From Japan' (The Independent, 3/20/13)

    Religious Fundamentalism in Military Worsens (State of Belief, 3/11/13)

    Report Highlights Ongoing Separation of Church, State Problems (Americans United, 3/6/13)

    Jim Parco Discusses Religion in the Military (Huffington Post, 3/5/13)

    Colorado College, Air Force Academy Collaboration Noted (Chronicle of Higher Education, 2/25/13)

    CC Survey Shows Conservation is Central to Branding Colorado (The Denver Post, 2/24/13)

    Walt Hecox: Protection of Public Lands an Economic Imperative (Salt Lake Tribune, 2/7/13)

    Western Voters View Public Lands as an Asset (Denver Post, 2/7/13)

    CC Moves Four Spots to Sixth Place on Peace Corps Volunteer List (Washington Post, 2/6/13)

    Tom Cronin Discusses Presidential Leadership (CBS News Sunday Morning with Charles Osgood, 1/20/13)

    Veterans Tell Elite Colleges: 'We Belong' (Chronicle of Higher Education, 1/7/13)

    Anne Hyde Writes About Defining Learning Expectations (Inside Higher Ed, 12/21/12)

    Student voting trends, patterns analyzed (Chronicle of Higher Education, 11/8/12)

    School of Rock (Outside magazine, 10/26/12)

    Steve Sabol '65, Force Behind NFL Films, Dies (The New York Times, 9/18/12)

    Laura and Shawn Sears named “Difference Makers” for Vida Verde (Christian Science Monitor, 8/31/12)

    Forbes focuses on educational outcomes; CC lands in top 30 schools (Gazette, 8/2/12)

    History professor Anne Hyde talks TV, history, and the real Old West (Foreign Affairs, 8/15/2012)

    Mark Hatch discusses admission demographics, competition (Inside Higher Ed, 5/25/12)

    ‘Bully,’ documentary by Cynthia Lowen ’01, reviewed in The New Yorker (The New Yorker, 4/12)

    President Jill Tiefenthaler discusses liberal arts education at Lafayette College conference (Inside Higher Ed, 4/11/12)

    Gov. Hickenlooper targets water conservation, dams for Colorado River (Denver Post, 4/11/12)

    Ken Salazar, secretary of the interior, discusses Christo's 'Over The River’ project (Huffington Post, 4/10/12)

    Ken Salazar, Secretary Of Interior, Talks Climate Change, Fracking, Energy Issues At Colorado College State Of The Rockies Conference (Huffington Post, 4/9/12)

    U.S. Interior Secretary Salazar: Protect planet while using resources (San Jose Mercury News, 4/9/12)

    CC students offer suggestions to help save the Colorado River Basin (Denver Post, 4/8/12)

    Meredith Ballard ’12 interviewed by The Hechinger Report (The Hechinger Report, 4/8/12)

    Professor Anne Hyde wins prestigious Bancroft Award (Denver Post, 3/14/12)

    "Professor has a surprisingly accurate formula for predicting Olympic medal results" - Economics professor Dan Johnson predicts Olympic medal count (National Post, 3/13/12)

    "The U.S. Should Clobber the World in London" - Economics professor Dan Johnson predicts Olympic medal count (Wall Street Journal, 3/12/12)

    "Professor has a surprisingly accurate formula for predicting Olympic medal results" - Economics professor Dan Johnson predicts Olympic medal count (Canadian National Post, 3/13/12)

    "U.S. Athletes to Win Most Olympic Golds in London, Economic Model Predicts" - Economics professor Dan Johnson predicts Olympic medal count (Bloomberg, 3/11/12)

    President Tiefenthaler discusses impact of state public cuts on higher education (Insider Higher Ed, 3/8/12)

    Zac Podmore ’11 describes four-month river research journey (Huffington Post, 2/28/12)

    CC senior’s economics class assignment published as an op-ed (Gazette, 2/22/12)

    "President's class is a lesson for her and students about how the college works" - President Tiefenthaler teaches a class on the economics of higher education (Inside Higher Ed, 2/20/12)

    "Colorado College president's double duty benefits class" - President Tiefenthaler teaches a class on the economics of higher education (Denver Post, 2/19/12)

    "Coloradans' support for conservation remains strong" - The State of the Rockies Project (Denver Post, 2/19/12)

    Bob Loevy extols merits of Block Plan in Canadian paper (The Journal, 1/19/12)

    CC Professor Tom Cronin discusses unemployment and Obama in the Christian Science Monitor (Christian Science Monitor, 12/2/11)

    CC Career Center Director Geoff Falen discusses internships in Chicago Tribune (Chicago Tribune, 11/4/11)

    "Best Evidence Yet for Dinosaur Migrations" - Geology professor Henry Fricke and students in National Geographic (National Geographic, 10/27/11)

    "Dinosaur may have migrated seasonally" - CC professor and students in the Los Angeles Times (LA Times, 10/27/11)

    Geology professor Henry Fricke talks with CNN about dinosaur research (CNN, 10/26/11)

    In defense of liberal arts education - President Jill Tiefenthaler in the Denver Post (The Denver Post, 10/24/2011)

    Political science professor John Gould's new book "The Politics of Privatization" mentioned by The New Republic (The New Republic, 8/23/11)

    Psychology professor Tomi-Ann Roberts weighs in on the sexualization of young girls (CNN, 8/19/11)

    From Popcorn to President: Jill Tiefenthaler (The Big Something, 8/18/11)

    Career Center Director Geoff Falen Discusses On-campus Recruiting (Wall Street Journal, 8/5/11)

    President Tiefenthaler profiled (Colorado Springs Independent, 8/4/11)

    Assistant Professor of Sociology C.J. Pascoe weighs in on humiliation revelers (NPR, 8/1/11)

    The Most Hipster Colleges (, 7/14/11)

    CC is Co-Founder of National Collegiate Hockey Conference (7/13/11)

    NSO Book “Ludlow” by Prof. David Mason Featured in Chronicle (Chronicle of Higher Education, 6/26/11)

    David Mason Remembers Patrick Leigh Fermor (Wall Street Journal, 6/18/11)

    John Collins Rudolf '01 Blogs About CC's 'Greenness' (New York Times, 4/25/11)

    John Simons Discusses Western Film Genre (USA Today, 2/16/11)

    Laura Hershey '83 Championed Disability Rights (Denver Post, 11/28/10)

    Not the "Hook" Admissions' Mark Hatch Had in Mind (New York Times, 10/29/10)

    History Professor Anne Hyde's Opinion Piece in The New York Times (New York Times, 10/27/10)

    CJ Pascoe Interviewed by Wall Street Journal Regarding Gay Students’ Suicides (Wall Street Journal, 9/30/10)

    "You're Majoring in What?" Two CC Professors Cited in Chicago Tribune (Chicago Tribune, 8/28/10)

    CC Farm Profiled in Magazine (Ag Journal, 8/28/10)

    High School Counselors Put CC on Parade Magazine's College A-List (Parade, 8/22/10)

    Psychology Professor Kristi Erdal Discusses Superstition Research (New York Times "Well" Blog, 7/28/10)

    CC Professor David Mason Named Colorado Poet Laureate (Colorado Public Radio, 7/6/10)

    USGS Director Marcia McNutt Quietly Wages 'Fearless' War on Oil Spill (New York Times, 6/16/10)

    CC's Career Center's Geoff Falen Discusses Networking (CBS News, 5/13/10)

    'An Online Alias Keeps Colleges Off Their Trail' (New York Times, 4/23/10)

    Pulitzer Prize Winner Puts Modern Mark on Political Cartooning (PBS NewsHour, 4/23/10)

    Colorado College Recognized for its Green Efforts (USA Today, 4/20/10)

    Professor David Mason Featured on PBS NewsHour (PBS, 4/1/10)

    Students Volunteering on Spring Break Make Texas Television News (KFDA, 3/22/10)

    Newsweek Reviews Dan Johnson's Medal Predictions (Newsweek, 3/2/10)

    Dan Johnson's Medal Predictions Prove Golden (Calgary Sun, 2/28/10)

    Professor Tom Cronin Quoted in New York Times (New York Times, 2/19/10)

    Bloomberg Cites Dan Johnson's Medal Predictions (Bloomberg, 2/15/10)

    'Most Reliable Authority Available:' Dan Johnson (USA Today, 2/14/10)

    Dan Johnson, 'Uniquely Qualified to Prognosticate' (Newsweek, 2/12/10)

    Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson CC '86 Subject of Profile (Globe and Mail, 1/23/10)

    Reuters Runs Dan Johnson's Olympic Medal Predictions (Reuters, 1/22/10)

    Canadian Television Runs Story about Dan Johnson's Olympic Predictions (CBC National Television, 1/19/10)

    Economics Professor Dan Johnson Featured in Forbes for Olympic Medal Predictions (Forbes, 1/19/10)

    Toronto Sun Features Canadian-born Dan Johnson's Olympic Medal Predictions (Toronto Sun, 1/19/10)

    Political Science Professor Tom Cronin Quoted in USA Today (USA Today, 1/18/10)

    CC Economics Professor Aju Fenn Analyzes Price of Vikings Fandom (Wall Street Journal, 1/16/10)

    Democrats' Rocky Mountain High Takes a Tumble in Colorado (Los Angeles Times, 1/12/10)

    Colorado College Featured in National Survey of Student Engagement (New York Times, 1/03/10)

    Predock Arts Center at Colorado College Earns LEED Gold Certification (Chronicle of Higher Education Buildings & Grounds Blog, 10/19/2009)

    Muslim Cartoonist Tackles Social and Political Issues (Denver Post, 10/17/09)

    Road Trip: Colorado College (U.S. News & World Report, 8/19/09)

    CC Economics Professor Discusses Energy Proposal (Washington Post, 5/26/09)

    2009 Guide to Women's Studies (Ms. Magazine, Spring 2009)

    'Civic Generation' Rolls Up Sleeves in Record Numbers (USA Today, 4/14/09)

    NOAA Chief Believes in Science as Social Contract (New York Times, 3/24/09)

    'This Beautiful City,' Researched by CC Students, Opens (New York Times, 2/23/09)

    Athletes and Colleges Feel a Recruiting Pinch (New York Times, 1/13/09)

    The Child Trap: The Rise of Overparenting (The New Yorker, 11/17/08)

    City Should Play Up its Global Relations, Outdoors (The Gazette, 11/09/08)

    Tough Times Strain Colleges Rich and Poor (New York Times, 11/07/08)

    Democrats Enlist Students in Enemy Territory (Financial Times, 10/21/08)

    Carle: 33 -season mainstay at CC (The Denver Post, 10/21/08)

    The changing face of the sports fan (Sports Illustrated, 10/08/08)

    Avoiding the "Freshman 15" (KXRM, 9/16/08)

    Following the Kids to College (New York Times, 8/22/08)

    Walsh: Utah's Senators are Too Gung-Ho About Oil Shale (Salt Lake Tribune, 8/07/08)

    Why the Calendar Matters (New York Times, 7/27/08)

    How Gender Affects Posture (Leonard Lopate Show, WNYC Public Radio, 11/07/07)

    Rock Hill's Schock Shares Nobel Prize (Sullivan County Democrat, 11/02/07)

    Historians Question Bush’s Reading of Lessons of Vietnam War for Iraq (New York Times, 8/22/07)

    Open Piano Ensemble Entertains at Colorado College (Chronicle of Higher Education, 7/16/07)

    Time Runs Out on Date (New York Times, 7/11/07)

    She's Got a Date and Only 72 Hours to Prepare (New York Times, 7/9/07)

    A look at Colorado artist Mary Chenoweth (Denver Post, 6/15/07)

    Heroic Labor (Washington Post, 4/29/07)

    Media Cited for Showing Girls as Sex Objects (USA Today, 2/20/07)

    Sexualized Girlhood Tied to Mental, Physical Risks, Report Says (Bloomberg, 2/19/07)

    Sewing Circles (NBC "Today" show, 1/24/07)

    This City Knows the Drill (Los Angeles Times, 1/19/07)

    Students Play SRK, Village Lights Up (TV report, CNN-IBN (India), 1/10/07)

    Professor's Marks Rising (Ottawa Citizen/, 1/6/07)

    Refugees Find Haven at Colorado College (Chronicle of Higher Education, 12/23/06)

    Circling Back to Sewing (Time, 11/27/06)

    Electronic Voting Machines are Making Officials Wary (New York Times, 9/24/06)

    Lopez Obrador Hailed as Mexico's `Legitimate' Leader at Rally (Bloomberg, 9/16/06)

    The Washington Monthly College Rankings (Washington Monthly, September 2006):

    Jostling for an edge in the 5th (Denver Post Perspective section, 8/6/06)

    Leveled Colorado District Creates an Election Lab (New York Times, 8/5/06)

    20 Colleges Worth a Trip: Off the Beaten Path (New York Times, 7/30/06)

    Batter Up! Sports economics hits field (USA Today, 7/27/06)

    Terror and Presidential Power: Bush Takes a Step Back (New York Times, 7/12/06)

    Kirchner Calls on Congress to Give Up Budget Powers (Bloomberg, 7/12/06)

    Harrowing Denali whiteout halts CC climbers from reaching summit (The Gazette, 7/7/06)

    Auteur speculates on the strange death of Edgar Allan Poe (Denver Post, 6/29/06)

    Mexican Business Group's Ads Urge Staying Course on Economy (Bloomberg, 6/27/06)

    The Nation: Who's This 'We,' Non-Soldier Boy? (New York Times, 6/26/06)

    Music festival is fountain of treats (Denver Post, 6/25/06)

    Words of wisdom for 2006 grads (The Christian Science Monitor, 6/14/06)

    Making sense of global warming: Downhill slide ahead? (USA Today, (6/5/06)

    A Hothouse for Female Scientists: Small colleges, big results (Chronicle of Education, 5/5/06)

    Links to 2006 State of the Rockies Report Card and Conference Coverage

    Civilians Rein Over U.S. Military by Tradition and Design (New York Times, 4/16/06)

    Give Manual students a chance (Denver Post, 3/16/06)

    U.S!: Resurrecting Upton Sinclair (National Public Radio's Weekend Edition, 3/11/06)

    Cosmic Log: Olympic Gold for Economists (, 2/27/06)

    New Brew: Coffee shop encourages community (The Gazette, 2/11/06)

    U.S. record medal haul? It wouldn't be surprise (, 2/10/06)

    Cosmic Log: Dismal Science at the Olympics (, 2/10/06)

    CC prof putting science in step with art of motion (The Gazette, 12/31/06)

    35 Years of Intense Learning: CC students say block plan immerses them in subjects; professors say it creates bonds (The Gazette, 11/7/05)

    Skirting the Political Divide: Democrats outnumber Republicans among college presidents, but both sides see pitfalls in partisanship (The Chronicle of Higher Education, 11/04/05)