A video created by Colorado College students as part of the course, FG110 Introduction to Feminist and Gender Studies, taught by Assistant Professor Heidi Lewis during Block 5, 2014.
A video created by Colorado College students as part of the course, FG110 Introduction to Feminist and Gender Studies, taught by Assistant Professor Heidi Lewis during Block 5, 2012.
A video created by Colorado College students as part of the course, FG110 Introduction to Feminist and Gender Studies, taught by Assistant Professor Heidi Lewis during Block 5, 2013.
The film focuses on the use of dance movement therapy in a patient who has been diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease. Creator's summary: Parkinson's Disease is measured on a scale of 1to 5. 5 being complete dependency on another. When I began working with Amy, she was at a 3. Recently, her neurologist rediagnosed her at a +1.
This 18 minute film was the final project for a class taught during block 3, 2014 entitled "Cultural and linguistic diversity in the San Luis Valley." The course explored the cultural and linguistic heritage of the San Luis Valley of Colorado as a platform for understanding and working with diverse learners in various contexts. Through practicum work with English language learners in Center School (in the town of Center, Colorado) the students experienced the connections between culture, language acquisition and education. The film documents their two weeks of practicum work in the Valley.
The Colorado College Music Department and the CC Student Music Theatre Group present a production of Death Takes a Holiday; music and lyrics by Maury Yeston; book by Peter Stone and Thomas Meehan ; directed by Daniel Fosha and Laura Berry ; Daniel Brink, Music Director; and featuring a cast of CC vocal students.
The Colorado College Music Department and the CC Student Music Theatre Group present a production of Death Takes a Holiday; music and lyrics by Maury Yeston; book by Peter Stone and Thomas Meehan ; directed by Daniel Fosha and Laura Berry ; Daniel Brink, Music Director; and featuring a cast of CC vocal students., Copyright restrictions apply. Contact the Colorado College Department of Music for permission to copy or publish.
In the Loop is a joint venture between Colorado College President Jill Tiefenthaler and the Staff Council to improve communication and community spirit among the staff at Colorado College. This meeting was held on April 19, 2012 in Bemis Hall, Colorado College.
KRDO interview with Colorado College lacrosse player Zach Hoisington, who talks about what it means to be part of the first senior class to carry the undefeated team (15-0) to its first NCAA tournament.
Head Coach Guy Van Arsdale -- along with student athletes Buck McKenna, Michael McGeary and Moses Taylor -- discusses the Colorado College Men's Lacrosse Team, which plays in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference. The team attracts athletes who appreciate and desire a challenge while learning in a supportive atmosphere.
Footage of Stephen F. Schultz' trick goal in the game against Sacred Heart University on December 20, 2008.
Head Coach Anne Goodman James, and student athletes Phil Sasser and Leanne Dalton, share their experiences with the Colorado College Swimming and Diving Team. The small, close-knit team, which competes in NCAA Divisions I, II, and III, is on the verge of national-level competition. Goodman, Sasser and Dalton say the team is a good opportunity to meet people, compete, and travel while offering a chance for students to grow as athletes and individuals.
Head Coach Rick Swan, along with student athletes Anna Clithero and Alina Ford, talks about the Colorado College Women's Volleyball team. The committed, hard-working team has landed nine straight winning records and attended nine straight NCAA tournaments, and athletes appreciate the honest, helpful coaching along with the recreational opportunities that Colorado has to offer.
Profile of basketball player Melanie Auguste (CC class of 2009), the 2009 Jostens Women's Division III National Player of the Year. Interviews with President Richard F. Celeste, Director of Athletics Ken Ralph and Women's Basketball Coach Liz Campbell, to name a few, look at Auguste's athletic and academic accomplishments.
Professor of Sociology C.J. Pascoe describes the close relationships developed among the students, professors and the Colorado College community, due to the Block Plan.
In this brief message, Colorado College President Jill Tiefenthaler explains the value of liberal arts education.
Time-lapse video clip showing the renovation and new construction process of the El Pomar Sports Center at Colorado College.
Jane Leighty-Justin (CC class of 1970) discusses the role of Colorado College in promoting critical thinking and community service, particularly in the commitment to foster an ongoing sense of responsibility to give back to one's community as its trustee.
Maren Elliot (CC class of 2001), human resources, marketing and sales director for an interactive agency, talks about the diverse fields of study and pursuit of developing unique career paths among her Colorado College classmates.
Seth Kassels (CC class of 2001) discusses his continuing friendship with his professor and adviser and how his senior project at Colorado College directly led to his current work building and designing solar powered products.
Dr. Meg Mathias (CC class of 1957), Alumni Representative to the Colorado College Board of Trustees, talks about Colorado College, reunions and the leadership of Colorado College President Celeste and faculty.
Dr. Bob Hendee (CC class of 1950) talks about his 50th reunion, how his education at "superb" Colorado College taught him to analyze, how to make decisions.
Steve Vela (CC class of 1986), business owner and investment adviser, discusses how liberal arts education at Colorado College broadened and deepened his interests.
Susie Romano (CC class of 1990) talks about varied Colorado College experiences: variety participation in student activities, class experiences, professors, and her ongoing involvement at CC.
Hank (CC class of 1950) and Joyce Ornelas (CC class of 1951) reflect on happy memories from Colorado College.