Opening night is approaching for Sopris Theatre Company’s “Uncommon Women and Others.” Set in the ’70s, a group of Mount Holyoke College alumnae meet up six years after their graduation. From left are Makena Seaver as Muffet, Suzie Brady as Rita and Hadley Hiebert as Carter. The play opens Dec. 1 and runs through Dec. 10....

Five performances in store October through April

Since 1996, over 200 Alpine Bank Latino/Hispanic Scholars have attended CMC

Editor’s note: This first-person account by Adrian Fielder, assistant dean of instruction at Colorado Mountain College Spring Valley at Glenwood Springs, was published in the May 2017 “green” issue of Roaring Fork Lifestyle magazine http://www.roaringforklifestyle.com/2017/04/30/rising-up-by-rooting-down/. The piece...

From left, Nurse Ratched (Lisa Langer) struggles to keep control of the psychiatric ward she runs when a new rebellious patient arrives. With Joshua Adamson, Christian D’Arcy Forma, Travis Wilson, Michael Banks, Ben Bookout, Brendan Cochran, Scott Elmore, Alexander Frost and G. Thomas Cochran. Photo Scot...

This article first appeared in the March 5, 2016 issue of the Post Independent. This slideshow requires JavaScript. In the 1970s mountain towns of the Colorado Mountain College district, the college started to serve a different kind of student, in addition to the first students who’d been attending at CMC’s two...

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Betty Damask-Bembenek, director of nursing education at Colorado Mountain College, was a featured presenter at a recent national conference, hosted by the Organization for Associate Degree Nursing, in Dallas. She described how the college recently implemented a Bachelor of Science in nursing degree, one of the few of...

From left, Owen O’Farrell as Richard, Brad Moore as Ivan, J.D. Miller as Sharky, Brendan Cochran as Nicky and Gary Ketzenbarger as Mr. Lockhart have an evening to remember in “The Seafarer.” The Sopris Theatre Company production will run Dec. 2-11 at Colorado Mountain College Spring Valley. Described as a kind of modern...

The faculty, staff and students of the professional photography program at Colorado Mountain College will be at the First United Methodist Church in Glenwood Springs on Wednesday, Nov. 30, from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. to provide free portraits as part of the international Help-Portrait movement. Help-Portrait is a global...