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  • Thumbnail for [2013] Colorado College : "My new boss has called me an overachiever, but in reality I am a CC grad "
    [2013] Colorado College : "My new boss has called me an overachiever, but in reality I am a CC grad "

    This brochure is number three of three promotional brochures released by the Colorado College Admission Office. The brochure illustrator was Alan Flinn. The brochure was produced by the Colorado College Office of Communications, 2013. Quote in the title attributed to Kirstie Beard '12.

  • Thumbnail for [2012] We know not everyone gets to take one class at a time
    [2012] We know not everyone gets to take one class at a time

    A brochure directed toward perspective Colorado College students. This brochure features three current Colorado College students, Elliot Mamet '15, Ari Glantz '13, and Emily R. Fukunaga '12. These students reflect on living life under the Block Plan and each reveals a page of their personal calendar.

  • Thumbnail for [2013] Colorado College : The Block Plan + small classes + the liberal arts = a better way to learn
    [2013] Colorado College : The Block Plan + small classes + the liberal arts = a better way to learn

    This brochure is number one of three promotional brochures released by the Colorado College Admission Office. The brochure illustrator was Alan Flinn. The brochure was produced by the Colorado College Office of Communications, 2013.

  • Thumbnail for [2013] Colorado College : a culture of opportunity
    [2013] Colorado College : a culture of opportunity

    This brochure is number two of three promotional brochures released by the Colorado College Admission Office. The brochure illustrator was Alan Flinn. The brochure was produced by the Colorado College Office of Communications, 2013.

  • Thumbnail for [2012] The value of a liberal arts education
    [2012] The value of a liberal arts education

    This mailer is directed toward students who have been accepted to attend Colorado College. President Jill Tiefenthaler welcomes the new students and shares her thoughts on the value of a liberal arts education.

  • Thumbnail for [2013] Colorado College : meet the class of 2017
    [2013] Colorado College : meet the class of 2017

    Colorado College Vice President of Enrollment, Mark Hatch, presents an overview of the College Class of 2017. The publication serves as a statistical overview of the class and also profiles eight incoming students. These profiles demonstrate the types of students who chose Colorado College and why.

  • Thumbnail for [2010] We know not everyone gets to take one class at a time.  But we thought you'd like to see what it's like for those who do
    [2010] We know not everyone gets to take one class at a time. But we thought you'd like to see what it's like for those who do

    A brochure directed toward perspective Colorado College students. This brochure features three current Colorado College students, Rakhi Voria '11, Claire Montana Jencks '11 and Sloan Danenhower '11. These students reflect on living life under the Block Plan and each reveals a page of their personal calendar.

  • Thumbnail for [2012] Colorado College Admissions Office recruiting brochure
    [2012] Colorado College Admissions Office recruiting brochure

    This brochure is directed toward perspective Colorado College students.

  • Thumbnail for The intricacies of college basketball coaching : what makes college basketball coaches successful?
    The intricacies of college basketball coaching : what makes college basketball coaches successful? by Heine, Jared Alexander

    This study investigates the effects of men’s college basketball coach’s abilities on their team’s success. Previous research has been limited, but has shown that at the professional level, the abilities of a coach have very little effect on the outcome of their team’s games. This suggests that the most important aspect of team success, and thus, coaching success comes from having the best players on the court rather than having the best strategy as a team. The present study divides the various aspects of college basketball coaching into three separate categories, recruiting ability, in game coaching ability and the pedigree in which a coach has earned through past experiences. This study uses three separate regression analyses in order to most accurately describe the various phases of a college basketball season: the regular season, the conference tournament and the NCAA tournament. Controlling for a wide variety of variables that affect the outcome of a basketball game, this study finds that when measuring a coach’s success during the regular season, a coach’s pedigree is the most important aspect of his success. However, when measuring a coach’s success in the NCAA tournament, where the top programs in the country are matched against one another, it is a coach’s ability to recruit top level talent that most determines the success of that coach’s team, and in turn that coach himself.

  • Thumbnail for [2012] Why choose Colorado College? : 16 reasons why your class of '16 classmates have already enrolled at CC
    [2012] Why choose Colorado College? : 16 reasons why your class of '16 classmates have already enrolled at CC

    A brochure directed toward perspective Colorado College students of the class of 2016.

  • Thumbnail for [2011] Colorado College Open House : welcome
    [2011] Colorado College Open House : welcome

    This brochure is directed toward students who have been accepted to attend Colorado College. The brochure invites the admitted students to attend Colorado College's Open House event in April, 2012.