Lauren Hoover was a 26-year-old Colorado Mountain College student who died last March. Drew Mikita teaches psychology at the college’s Summit campus, and he and his wife Molly have organized a 10k run on June 18 in Breckenridge to establish a CMC scholarship in Lauren Hoover’s name. For more about Lauren’s life and...

“Conforming Series 2” by Sara Ransford, soda fired stoneware, 2010, will be one of over 70 works of art at “Celebrating Community We Share,” a collaborative exhibit of Anderson Ranch Arts Center and Colorado Mountain College students and faculty. The opening reception at the college’s campus is 5-7 p.m. on...

Thursday, May 19, fifteen high school seniors enrolled in CMC’s TRIO Upward Bound program were honored at a graduation celebration held at CMC Rifle’s Clough Auditorium. Recent CMC graduate Alex Jaquez Caro shared words of encouragement as the featured graduation speaker and Senator Michael Bennet recognized their...

Colorado Mountain College hosted an unprecedented 14 graduations during May 2016. Students graduated from multiple ceremonies at Spring Valley, Aspen, Rifle, the Vail Valley, Steamboat Springs, Summit County, and Leadville. Photographers Ed Kosmicki, Charles Engelbert, Steve Sunday, Dominique Taylor, Arthur Balluff,...

Thanks to everyone who brought their creative energy, vision and collaboration to make CMC Day 2016 inspiring and successful. We ran, we rafted, we hiked, we biked. We shared stories and connected. We unveiled our new brand. Poet Adrian Molina helped us reimagine our narratives; CMC’s founder, David Delaplane, shared...

College will award 122 degrees in Saturday ceremony This article was published in the Steamboat Pilot. By Teresa Ristow. Sean Kerrick Sullivan, a CMC alumnus, releases a Bonneville Cutthroat trout, caught fly fishing, into Pyramid Lake in Nevada. Sullivan graduated from CMC in 2006 with an associate’s degree, later...

Sopris Theatre Company, formerly known as CMC Theatre, is presenting “Uncle Vanya,” Brian Friel’s version of the well-known classic play by Anton Chekhov. Directed by Brad Moore, this sadly funny drama features a cast of local favorites. Uncle Vanya (played by CMC photography faculty member Joseph Gamble) and...

This Q & A with Jordan Thomas on Colorado Mountain College in Leadville’s annual Cloud City Rail Jam event was published in the March 22 Summit Daily News. This year’s event takes place Saturday, March 26, starting at 11:15 AM. By Phil Lindeman. There’s nothing like a spring rail jam. When the weather warms and the...

The Wild and Scenic Film Festival will be making at a stop in the Roaring Fork Valley tonight, Friday, March 25. Films will screen at the New Space Theatre beginning at 6:30 pm. CMC alums Cody Perry and Ben Saheb, both core members of Rig to Flip, a collective of creatives dedicated to crafting films that inspire...

This article on Wednesday’s upcoming Adventure Showcase event was published in the Steamboat Pilot March 17. CMC alumni and adjunct outdoor faculty Luke Kimmes will be among the many inspiring Steamboat locals sharing recent adventures at the event. Kimmes will share tales from a 5200-mile canoe expedition across North...