Aspen adjunct faculty Jan Hubbell’s screenplay “The Perfect Gentleman” was recently honored with the fourth place prize in the 2012 Colorado Film Awards Screenplay Competition. Hubbell’s work was also recently published in Sugar Mule Literary magazine. her poem, His World, was selected for the publication’s...

Public invited to meet Walter Isaacson and learn about CMC’s new school in Aspen and Glenwood Springs Walter Isaacson, Aspen Institute President and CEO and author of the biography “Steve Jobs”. Colorado Mountain College will dedicate the Isaacson School for New Media July 18 in Aspen. The public is invited to the...

Diplomas sign of hard work, achievement Students turn their tassels to the left side of their mortarboards. Front row, L to R:: John Piccinati and Antonia Lucatero; Back row: John Baker and Jairo Garcia At the GED graduation ceremony at Colorado Mountain College June 5, graduates earned 41 GEDs and two adult high...

Innovative New Media program starts Fall Semester 2012 Colorado Mountain College is hosting information sessions in April to explain the curriculum and application process for its new Isaacson School for New Media. Credit classes start the week of Aug. 27, although some professional development workshops are planned...

Documentary primes fans of world-famous dig for March 20 release of Digging Snowmastodon NOVA focuses on the historic Ice Age fossil discovery near Snowmass Village in a documentary that debuts Wed., Feb. 1 on Rocky Mountain PBS. “Ice Age Death Trap” premieres at 8 p.m. The national television special follows scientists...

A CMC student pays tribute to friend Sarah Burke This article first appeared in CMC student Ali Gingras’ blog See What I See. The evening of Sarah’s death I had a friend of a friend print out some die-cuts I designed to put on my helmet. Me and my boyfriend had planned on going to Vail all week since he has never been,...

Dr. Ron Carsten lectures tonight in Snowmass Village Colorado Mountain College instructors have been presenting a weekly mini-series of presentations, “A Walk Back in (Ice Age) Time,” on topics related to the Ziegler Reservoir fossil site in Snowmass Village. The sessions are free and open to the public. ...

By Mike McKibbin BASALT – Bronwyn Anglin always wanted to be in real estate. This spring, despite the down economy and lackluster home sales, she landed a job with Basalt Realty. Anglin credits launching her long-sought-after career to Colorado Mountain College in Aspen, where she received the Helen K. and Arthur E....

Stranahan collection moves to Aspen, Breckenridge By David Frey "Frida Kahlo," a photographic portrait of the Mexican artist by Lola Alvarez Bravo, is one of a collection of 80 vintage black and white photographs, donated by George and Patti Stranahan to Colorado Mountain College. If a picture is worth a thousand...