This article was printed in the Vail Daily News. By Randy Wyrick. Dr. Kathryn Regjo, vice president for Colorado Mountain College in Edwards, was among the speakers at Friday evening’s graduation ceremony at the Vilar Performing Arts Center in Beaver Creek. BEAVER CREEK — Commencement is, by its very nature, the...

This article was published in the Steamboat Springs Pilot & Today. By Teresa Ristow. Molly Goldberg said she struggled with academics as a teen and barely graduated high school, but she’s now flourished as a student at Colorado Mountain College. She graduates with an associate’s degree during a ceremony at 10:30 a.m....

Hundreds of students graduated from CMC on Friday, May 1 and Saturday, May 2. Photographers Arthur Balluff, Emily Chaplin, Chris Council, Ed Kosmicki and our very own Dr. Carrie Besnette Hauser captured a few of their joyful moments at ceremonies in Edwards, Rifle, Summit County and Spring Valley. For more photos from...

Popular performer to appear in free concerts at CMC. By Mike McKibbin The Hazel MIller Band, with Miller and Rich Lamb, bass, Dana Marsh, piano, Dave Camp, sax and flute, and Brian Mikulich, drums will perform free concerts at CMC in Rifle and Leadville April 24 and 25, respectively. Mom’s advice paid off for Hazel...

Last year, CMC held an awesome college-wide sustainability conference in Steamboat. This year, each campus will hold their own mini-conferences to celebrate their successes and raise awareness about the green sustainability efforts CMC is engaged in college wide. Below is a schedule and brief sum-up of various campus...

NASA Astronaut Steven Swanson, Ph.D. will give the keynote commencement address at Colorado Mountain College’s spring graduation ceremony in Steamboat Springs on May 2. Swanson is a 1979 graduate of Steamboat Springs High School, and though he’s traveled more than 83 million miles in space throughout his 17-year...

Playwright Georges Feydeau wrote “A Flea in Her Ear” more than 100 years ago. Now, modern-day playwright David Ives has updated this intentionally ridiculous bedroom farce. Sopris Theatre Company at Colorado Mountain College, formerly CMC Theatre, is presenting it in a five-performance run in April. Directed by...

CMC Leadville hosts annual Rail Jam event at new location Students and terrain park enthusiasts will be excited to learn that this year’s Rail Jam event will be in a brand new location: The backyard freestyle terrain park. The backyard freestyle terrain park at Colorado Mountain College in Leadville is located...

This article aired on Aspen Public Radio.  Standing on stage and telling a very personal story can take nerves of steel. Tonight, more than a handful of locals are giving it a try. The event is similar to the radio show The Moth. It’s part of a new local series by Justice Snow’s and Colorado Mountain...

Justice Snow’s continues the Writ Large live storytelling series in the Parlor on Wednesday, March 25th at 7:00 p.m. Storytellers include Matt Haslett, David Cook, Sean Tamisiea, Shere Coleman, Alecia Evans and Brian Tinker. This is a free event but guests are encouraged to RSVP to 429-8192 as limited seating is...