CMC students spend National TRIO Day at horse rescue

Colorado Mountain College Culinary Institute alumni chefs Bailey Bryant, Mark Arriola and Matt Vawter The 2018 Keystone Culinary Dinner celebrated Colorado Mountain College Culinary Institute’s 25th anniversary and the partnership between the college...

Adventurer Erik Weihenmayer will visit CMC sites at Steamboat Springs, Breckenridge, Edwards and at the Morgridge Commons in Glenwood Springs this month as part of the college’s annual Common Reader program. Next time you’re at a trailhead, the top of a ski run or a river put-in, imagine not being able to see....

Colorado Mountain College Leadville has stepped up to provide land on its campus so that Get Outdoors Leadville! can build a community gear library and hub where locals can check out equipment like camping gear, snowshoes and bikes, and have access to outdoor recreation skills training. Great Outdoors Leadville!, also...

Backcountry tips, avalanche facts tweeted through March 3

Colorado Mountain College professor Dr. Bob Gumbrecht will be a panelist at the Latin American Studies Association International Congress this May in Barcelona. The conference’s theme, “Latin American Studies in a Globalized World,” will focus on how people around the world perceive Latin America. It will also...

The Rifle Citizen Telegram published this column in its Feb. 22 edition.  By Thomas Valles, CMC director of financial aid I hear from students fairly often that Colorado Mountain College is a good “Plan B” school. I disagree. I know, many students believe that graduating from a prestigious college will yield a...

Sopris Theatre Company’s production of “Red” runs at Colorado Mountain College Spring Valley Feb. 22-March 4. From left, Joseph Gamble as artist’s assistant Ken and Gary Ketzenbarger as Mark Rothko. Photo Scot Gerdes

CMC Leadville helps prep main street for March 2-4 event

First blind person to summit Everest to discuss new book abut kayaking the Grand Canyon