Performing arts in all its forms

Sopris Theatre Company at Colorado Mountain College will open the 2021-22 season Nov. 12 and will feature four in-person and streamed productions in November, February and April. Here, during a previous season, the company performs in “The Glorious Ones.” Photo by Scot Gerdes

Sopris Theatre Company offers in-person and online performances for the 2021-22 season

Wright Collegiate Challenge honors CMC team for outdoor industry collaboration

A team of students from Colorado Mountain College Leadville received the Best-in-Class award from The Wright Collegiate Challenge, a 12-week competition that pairs college students with outdoor industry organizations. Faculty advisors with graduate and student team members at CMC Leadville’s commencement on May 7 are, from left, Kathleen Law, assistant dean of instruction; Collin Appleby of Ketchikan, Alaska; Reuben Hansen of St. Louis; Christian Bueng of Perham, Minnesota; Grady Whitson of Zionsville, Indiana; Maggie Patch of Brookfield, Wisconsin; and Cooper Mallozzi, professor of outdoor recreation leadership. Photo by Andy Colwell

CMC Leadville awarded Best in Class for its work with San Luis Valley Great Outdoors

Free CMC youth outdoor leadership program offered in Leadville this June

From left, Paige Flentge of Glenwood Springs, Jackson Houston of Dillon, Mackenzie Cagle and McAllister Glynn of Rifle, Tyler Miller of Parachute, Karuna Owens of Carbondale and Elizabeth Darst of Frisco work together to move marbles along tubing during a trust-building group exercise during First Ascent Youth Leadership at Colorado Mountain College Leadville. Now in its 23rd year, the program provides outdoor leadership activities and problem-solving exercises to regional middle and high school students.

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