CMC graphic design students find inspiration everywhere This article was originally posted on the blog of CMC graphic design student Anna Hoffman. Find more of her creative articles at http://ahoffmanbehindthescreen.wordpress.com/ Imagine a world without creativity. Imagine a world without any imagination. The world would be a very bleak place. We are surrounded by creativity and… Continue reading A World With Creativity
NYC photographer’s documentary work takes stand against death penalty Acclaimed photographer Toshi Kazama, best known for his project, “Juveniles of Death Row: A Documentary Exploration,” will speak at Colorado Mountain College in Glenwood Springs-Spring Valley on Mar. 21. The Japanese-born Kazama used his camera as a means to oppose the death penalty. He shot portraits… Continue reading Toshi Kazama to speak at CMC Spring Valley Mar. 21
Former Post owner/editor John Samuelson dies at 95 This article was first published in the Tuesday, March 8, 2011 edition of the Glenwood Springs Post Independent. By John Stroud. GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colorado — Local journalism lost another of its voices of the past on Saturday, March 5, when former Glenwood Post owner and editor John… Continue reading Goodbye to Founding CMC Trustee John Samuelson
Found a camera and became a videographer This article was first published on PostIndependent.com, 12/28/2010 Written by John Stroud GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colorado — Shortly after a Colorado Mountain College student named Terry Glasenapp took a job with the college as a custodian and front desk assistant back in 1982, he opened a closet door to… Continue reading That’s a Take: Glasenapp Retires After 28-Plus Years
The Colorado Animal Rescue (CARE) of Glenwood Springs will be celebrating their 10th Anniversary on September 25. Located on Colorado Mountain College’s Spring Valley Campus, this non-profit shelter prides itself on teaching Veterinary Technology students how to provide abandoned animals the best care they can possibly offer.
One student, two grads to spend 15 days providing free medical attention to animals By Kevin Keller, Post Independent GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colorado — One current student and two recent graduates of Colorado Mountain College have gone to Nicaragua to help spay and neuter animals as well as spread awareness about animal health on a 15-day… Continue reading CMC vet techs help pets, people in Nicaragua
Karla James finishes nursing program, while daughter Janelle Gebers earns veterinary technology degree GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colorado — Janelle Gebers has wanted to go into veterinary medicine since she was 6 years old.