Despite her youth, Madeline Pierce’s passion and dedication for snowmaking helped the 22-year-old Copper Mountain Resort snowmaker win the 2021 Colorado Ski Country Double Diamond Snowmaker of the Year award.
“I’m honored, and I’m really excited, and I think it’s very special because as snowmakers, being behind the scenes, we don’t receive a lot of recognition,” Pierce said.
Colorado Mountain College grads get free breakfast at Boom Days Aug. 4
Bill Brady finally walks to ‘Pomp and Circumstance’
Editor’s note: This article on CMC alumnus William Mundo was originally published in the University of Colorado Denver’s newsletter “The Connection,” by CU Denver student Nathan Fox. Graduating with undergraduate degrees in both Public Health and Ethnic Studies, William Mundo was one of more than 1500 students who crossed the University of Colorado Denver stage… Continue reading Nate’s Take: Top grad “Dr. William World”
Says ‘I’d just be finishing up my bachelor’s degree’ without concurrent enrollment By Mike McKibbin LEADVILLE – Conor Laing doesn’t think he would be where he is today without Colorado Mountain College and the concurrent enrollment classes he took six years ago. Laing will soon receive his master’s degree from the public policy program at… Continue reading Leadville grad credits CMC for preparing him for master’s degree
This article on CMC Aspen graduate Wissal Kahhak was published in The Aspen Times. By Jeanne McGovern. When Wissal Kahhak first came to Aspen from Morocco, she was 4 years old. She stayed eight months before returning to her native country with her mother. Never did Kahhak dream that 15 years later she would be back… Continue reading The ROAD to SUCCESS
This article was published in the Steamboat Pilot and Today. By Scott Franz. Cameron Poole still remembers when Colorado Mountain College’s cafeteria was more, well, college-like. “It had a good salad bar, but we were always having french fries, grilled cheese and chicken nuggets,” Poole says. Those days are long gone. As college kids have… Continue reading Cooking with: CMC chef Joseph Lentz
By Carrie Click Chris Sutton was lying flat on his back, apparently in a lot of pain. Hannah Gould was carefully assessing his injuries, as ski patrollers are trained to do. But Sutton wasn’t really in pain, and he wasn’t skiing. That was 2001. Sutton was helping teach an outdoor emergency care class at Colorado… Continue reading Fire and flight: Chris and Hannah Sutton – and their dogs – are all about serving others
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 America he completed with five friends… Continue reading Adventurers share their stories at the Chief Theater in Steamboat
Keystone chefs and CMC Culinary Apprenticeship program graduates Steve Nguyen and Mitch Robinson, accompanied by adjunct faculty Stefan Smith, did a little ice carving in honor of Colorado’s home team last week on the top of Keystone. Click the video below to check out how it’s done. Go Broncos! Many of us will be wearing… Continue reading Let’s Go Broncos! Keystone Resort Chefs carve ice sculptures to honor favorite team