This article was published in the Summit Daily News. By Elise Reuter. Whitney Smith judges Colorado Mountain College culinary students’ meals during Wednesday’s Crockpot Challenge. Crockpots filled with steaming food lined the Summit County Community and Senior Center, as 11 Colorado Mountain College culinary students...

Some of the Roaring Fork Campus Phi Theta Kappa 2015 inductees posed for this photo. Pictured left to right are: Vicky Rosa, Thang Khan Sian Khai (“Andy”), Trent Marshall, Olga Pavlova, Eva Tarridas Campos, Lamine Kane, Jesse Monsalve and Bebly Machado. By Christie Smith The Roaring Fork Campus inducted 23 new members...

This article was printed in the Glenwood Post-Independent. By Will Grandbois. Tony Mendez, the president of the Rotary Club of the Roaring Fork. As the world’s youngest Rotary president, Tony Mendez has had a close-up look at the issues his club is working on. Mendez was 21 when he took the helm of the Rotary Club...

This article was published in the Summit Daily News. By Phil Lindeman. Brooke Potter (center) after taking gold in women’s ski slopestyle at the 2015 Winter World University Games in Granada, Spain, on Feb. 9. The gold was Potter’s first major international win at her first major international event, even though she...

Snowboarder, CMC student among 2,000 at WWUG By Kate Lapides Jake Black, a sustainability studies student at Colorado Mountain College, is competing in the Winter World University Games in Granada, Spain, Feb. 4-14, 2015. You can follow the Games on Twitter @WUGUSA. Photo: Kate Lapides Snowboarding and...

Caitlyn Shaffer pursued her degree in CMC’s Early Childhood Education program to expand her skills and income potential while working as a teacher at Our School preschool. Learn what she loves about the program – an catch a fun childhood memory of Maurice Sendak’s Where the Wild Things Are.

This Aspen Times feature on the good work of CMC sustainability studies student Merrill Johnson, who is reducing waste, upcycling, and creating locally-sourced and sold food on her family’s farm, was published last summer. We’re reprinting it belatedly in Enews as it escaped our media monitor. Enjoy the read! Merrill...

CMC sustainability studies student & semi-pro snowboarder Jake Black shares his thoughts on greening up the planet, taking a stand, and the need for positive, creative thinking. First printed in Snowboard magazine. Black is also a talented photographer who shoots conceptual black & white images with a 4×5 Toyo field...

“Every day I wake up and I do the thing I love.” CMC Leadville Outdoor Recreation Leadership student Brett Menter is pursuing his dream career as a snowboard guide with Majestic HeliSki guiding company in Alaska.

Amber Parnow, a sustainability studies student at Colorado Mountain College in Breckenridge, looks out the window of an EcoFlight plane as it flies over oil and gas development in Wyoming. EcoFlight is an Aspen-based nonprofit organization that advocates for the protection of wild lands and wildlife by flying people...