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And celebrating our reunion classes

1958 1963 1968 1969 1973 1988 1993 1997 1998 2003 2008 2011 Spanish in 2012 2013 Spain A special edition of

The Colorado College BULLETIN


CONTACT US

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A message from the Director of Alumni Relations

Homecoming Central: (719) 227-8171 or (800) 852-6519

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Welcome to the Weekend

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Strategic Conversations: Building on the Block with President Jill Tiefenthaler

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Homecoming Weekend Traditions

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Schedule of Events

homecoming@ coloradocollege.edu

14 Homecoming Convocation: Alumni Association Award Recipients 17 Academic Events 19 Athletic Events THE COLORADO COLLEGE BULLETIN (122-860) is published four times per calendar year by Colorado College, 14 E. Cache La Poudre St., Colorado Springs, CO 80903-3294. General Series 583. Bulletin Series 489. PERIODICALS postage paid at Colorado Springs 80901-9998 and at additional offices. POSTMASTER: Please send ADDRESS CHANGES to the Colorado College Bulletin, Alumni Records 14 E. Cache La Poudre St., Colorado Springs, CO 80903-3294.

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21 The Arts 23 The Fifty Year Club and 50th Reunion Events 25 Homecoming Weekend General Information 25 Reunion Giving 28 Registration Form 30 Campus Map www.coloradocollege.edu/homecoming


A Message from the Director of Alumni Relations

“It has been in the deepest connections with others that I have experienced the greatest degree of learning, healing, and transformation. This connection is a powerful thing, with the ability to transform lives, and ultimately transform human experience.” ~ Kristi Bowman Dear Alumni: As we plan a weekend with you in mind, I hope, as new alumni director here at Colorado College, that you will consider joining us and your fellow alumni on campus for Homecoming on October 10 – 13, 2013. We’re excited to welcome you back to campus, and I, for one, look forward to meeting you and hearing your stories. Every one of us has a story woven from various threads of experience, many of them obtained in the “safe place” that was our time at college. At no other time in our lives are we given the same freedom to stretch ourselves and the boundaries around us than during those precious years. Yes, life is busy. There are too many things to do, places to be, obligations to meet. But Colorado College is worthy of a visit to nurture your soul, stroke your consciousness, and connect with others who have shared a common experience. The writer William James puts it this way: “We are like islands in the sea, separate on the surface but connected in the deep.” Let that deep be Colorado College. In this guide you will find details on events planned for the weekend. We’ve crossreferenced them in different ways so that you can easily peruse the offerings. You will also find the necessary information on how to register and where to stay, and we suggest that you block the time on your calendar now because we all know how easily our time can get dedicated to other things. If you decide to join us, there is one program that will require some advance preparation, as only a college of CC’s caliber would, and that is the Freedom and Authority session dedicated to discussing “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” by Rebecca Skloot. See details listed under the program listing for Saturday. I know not when you visited campus last, but there may be no finer time to visit than October. With the scents and scenes of autumn playing among the peaks, we hope our program piques your senses on every level but especially from that place of human desire, the desire to connect. We look forward to seeing you in October. With eager anticipation of your arrival,

Anita Pariseau Director of Alumni Relations

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Welcome to the Weekend

We invite you to campus this fall for a special weekend of reuniting with friends, exploring and rediscovering campus, and celebrating your alma mater, Colorado College. Join us for Homecoming traditions such as Freedom and Authority, Homecoming Convocation, and the all-campus picnic under the tent. We’ll also celebrate new traditions including fireworks, an all-campus wine tasting, and a Faculty Meetup reception, providing alumni with an opportunity to catch up with their favorite faculty and emeriti faculty. CLASS REUNIONS Congratulations to alumni from the classes of 1958 (55th Reunion), 1963 (50th Reunion), 1968 and 1969 (combined 45th Reunion), 1973 (40th Reunion), 1988 (25th Reunion), 1993 (20th Reunion), 1997 and 1998 (combined 15th Reunion), 2003 (10th Reunion), 2008 (5th Reunion), and the classes of 2011, 2012 and 2013 who will return for a Recent Grads Reunion. We are especially pleased to induct the class of 1963 into the Fifty Year Club. Watch for these special alumni who will be wearing 50th reunion medallions, and be sure to congratulate them. SPECIAL REUNIONS The following special gatherings take place during Homecoming. Please check the schedule and registration form for more details: Spanish in Spain 10th Anniversary, Rugby, Volleyball, Residential Life Staff, Alumni Athletes, and LGBTQ Alumni. REGISTRATION DEADLINE OCTOBER 4, 2013 For more details, see page25. Follow #cchc2013 on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

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President’s Event

Strategic Conversations: Building on the Block Saturday, October 12, 2013 Packard Theatre, Packard Hall, 1 - 2:30 p.m., Colorado Springs We asked. We listened. We planned. Now we engage in strategic conversations about plans for CC’s future. Join President Tiefenthaler in a town-hall meeting style forum where she’ll unveil the college’s strategic direction and invite you to ask questions and share ideas. If you are unable to attend Strategic Conversations: Building on the Block during Homecoming Weekend, please save the date to participate in an academic session in a city near you. Wednesday, September 11, 2013 – New York Academy of Sciences, New York Thursday, September 19, 2013 – The University Club, Chicago Wednesday, September 25, 2013 – The Rainier Club, Seattle Friday, September 27, 2013 – The Governor Hotel, Portland Thursday, October 17, 2013 – The State Room, Boston Tuesday, October 22, 2013 – Rembrandt Yard, Boulder Thursday, October 24, 2013 – The City Club, San Francisco Wednesday, October 30, 2013 – The California Club, Los Angeles Thursday, November 14, 2013 – The Cosmos Club, Washington, D.C. Wednesday, November 20, 2013 – The Minikahda Club, Minneapolis Thursday, November 21, 2013 – Denver Botanic Gardens, Denver

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Homecoming Weekend Traditions Join us for some new and old Homecoming Weekend traditions! Turn the page for a schedule of all events happening during Homecoming Weekend.

Thursday, October 10

Friday, October 11 REGISTRATION CENTRAL 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Gaylord Hall, Worner Campus Center 8 a.m. Fifty Year Club Annual Meeting and Breakfast, Bemis Great Hall

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10:30 – 11:30 a.m. Fifty Year Club Induction Ceremony for the Class of 1963, Shove Memorial Chapel

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Friday Tours and Hours: page 8

Saturday Tours and Hours: page 10

Academic Events: pages 17 – 18

Athletic Events: pages 19 – 20

Visual Arts, Music, and Theatre Events: pages 21 – 22

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6 – 9 p.m. Class of 1963 50th Reunion Reception, Tutt Alumni House, 1205 N. Cascade Ave.

5 – 7 p.m. Faculty Meet Up, Bemis Great Hall and Lounge

7 – 9 p.m. Vintage CC, All-Campus Wine Tasting, Armstrong Quad Tent 9:30 p.m. – midnight Fireworks, S’mores, and Student Bands, McHugh Alumni Plaza

6 – 9 p.m. Class of 1963 50th Reunion Dinner, Gates Common Room, Palmer Hall

9:30 p.m. – midnight Benji’s Alumni Lounge, Benjamin’s, Worner Campus Center


Saturday, October 12

WAYS TO REGISTER

Sunday, October 13

REGISTRATION CENTRAL 8:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. Gaylord Hall, Worner Campus Center 8:30 – 10:30 a.m. Freedom and Authority reading and discussion, Gates Common Room, Palmer Hall 10:30 – 11:30 a.m. Homecoming Convocation, Alumni Association Awards Ceremony, Shove Memorial Chapel 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. All-Campus Picnic, Armstrong Quad Tent

Mail

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Return the enclosed registration form with credit card information or check made payable to Colorado College to: Colorado College Alumni Relations 14 E. Cache La Poudre St. Colorado Springs, CO 80903

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Fax

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Fax the enclosed registration form to (719) 389-6271. Please do not include your credit card information on the registration form. An Alumni Relations staff member will follow up with you regarding payment information.

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1 – 2:30 p.m. Strategic Conversations: Building on the Block with President Jill Tiefenthaler, Packard Theatre, Packard Hall 2:45 – 4:30 p.m. Reunion Class Photos, East of Cutler Hall

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4:30 5 5:30 6 – 9:30 p.m. Reunion Class Receptions and Dinners, various locations on and off campus

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www.coloradocollege.edu/ homecoming Early-bird registration available August 1 – October 4, 2013.

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9:30 p.m. – midnight Benji’s Alumni Lounge, Benjamin’s, Worner Campus Center

9:30 p.m. – 1 a.m. Homecoming Dance, Armstrong Quad Tent

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Schedule of Events Registration Central is open: Friday, October 11 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. and Saturday, October 12 8:30 a.m. – 3 p.m., Gaylord Hall, Worner Campus Center

Thursday, October 10, 2013 6 p.m.

Class of 1963 50th Reunion Reception, Tutt Alumni House, 1205 N. Cascade Ave. Hors d’oeuvres reception.

Friday, October 11, 2013 8 a.m.

Fifty Year Club Annual Meeting and Breakfast, Bemis Great Hall Annual meeting for all members of the Fifty Year Club. All current members and 50th reunion alumni, who will be inducted into the FYC later this same day, are encouraged to attend.

10:30 a.m.

Fifty Year Club Induction Ceremony for the Class of 1963, Shove Memorial Chapel President Jill Tiefenthaler and Dean of the College/Dean of the Faculty Sandra Wong present Fifty Year Club diplomas to the Class of 1963. For more detailed information see page 23.

11 a.m.

J. Michael Hoffman Laboratory Dedication, Barnes Science Center, 4th floor west The Anthropology Department will host a memorial dedication of the Biological Anthropology Lab to J. Michael Hoffman, a 32-year member of the department.

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2 – 5 p.m.

LinkedIn Boot Camp for Networking and Business Success, Richard F. Celeste Theatre, Edith Kinney Gaylord Cornerstone Arts Center Kevin Knebl has been speaking internationally for over 16 years on how to network effectively and establish connections that lead to mutually beneficial, long term, win-win relationships. Kevin is an in-demand speaker, trainer, advisor, and McGraw-Hill published author. He also has more recommendations on his LinkedIn profile than anyone else in the world!

2 p.m.

Story Sharing with the Class of ’63, Bemis Lounge, Bemis Hall Members of the Class of ’63 will gather to share stories.

2:30 – 3:30 p.m.

Frank Flood Memorial Track Dedication Ceremony, Washburn Field Light refreshments will be served.

3 – 4:30 p.m.

First Mondays on Friday: The Best Game You Can Name with Dave Bidini, Armstrong Theatre, Armstrong Hall Join bestselling sportswriter Dave Bidini for an exuberant, evocative, highly personal, and vividly colored account of what defines the magic of hockey. For more detailed information see page 17.

3 – 5 p.m.

Music Department Showcase Concert, Packard Theatre, Packard Hall Concert featuring CC music department students, ensembles, and performance faculty.


Friday Tours and Hours 6:30 a.m. – 7 p.m. El Pomar Sports Center and Adam F. Press Fitness Center open Check in with official Homecoming Weekend name tag. 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Bookstore open, lower level, Worner Campus Center Alumni receive bookstore discount with official Homecoming Weekend name tag. 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Reunion Giving Photo Booth, Gaylord Hall, Worner Campus Center After picking up your registration materials, swing by the Annual Giving sponsored photo booth to capture some new CC memories. Kick start your weekend with a set of fun and unique photos that you can take with you. Awaken your inner child, have some fun, meet new people, and make a new memory. Props and costumes will be provided. 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. “Preserving Colorado College’s History,” Special Collections, Tutt Library Jessy Randall, archivist and curator of special collections, will share how the unique history of Colorado College is protected through the years. 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Guided Tours of the renovated El Pomar Sports Center and new Adam F. Press Fitness Center, El Pomar Sports Center Tour will begin at the main El Pomar Sports Center entrance off Cache La Poudre St. noon – 4 p.m. Academic Department Open Houses For more detailed information see page 17. 12:30 – 7 p.m. Student Exhibition: Highlights from the Senior Art Majors’ Exhibition, IDEA Space Atrium, Edith Kinney Gaylord Cornerstone Arts Center For more detailed information see page 21.

1 – 3 p.m. The Press at Colorado College Open House, Taylor Hall Come visit The Press at Colorado College. View old and new publications of The Press, and enjoy on-going printing demonstrations where visitors will be able to make their own keepsake print by hand. 1 – 4 p.m. Ritt Kellogg Climbing Gym Open House, El Pomar Sports Center Stop in and learn how to belay, climb, “boulder” down low on the wall without ropes, or simply just come and watch. More information on page 19. 1 – 5 p.m. “Richard Melo: A Life in Prints,” Coburn Gallery, Worner Campus Center For more detailed information see page 22. 1 – 5 p.m. “Systems and Subversions,” IDEA Space, Edith Kinney Gaylord Cornerstone Arts Center For more detailed information see page 21. 2 p.m. Guided Tour, “Systems and Subversions,” IDEA Space, Edith Kinney Gaylord Cornerstone Arts Center For more detailed information see page 21. 3 p.m. Campus Tour, begins at Cutler Hall Call the Admission Office at (800) 542-7214 or (719) 389-6344 to make a reservation. 6 p.m. – midnight Children’s Lounge, Check in at room #213, Worner Campus Center Childcare is available for children 12 and younger and is provided by Event Sitters by Charity. The cost is $15 per child and includes dinner. Please register by October 4 so that we can have enough staff to provide your children with the highest quality of care.

3 – 5 p.m.

4 p.m.

Seventh Annual Residential Life Staff and Housing Reunion Reception, Slocum Lounge

College Admission Seminar, Cutler Hall

Call your friends and roommates and et’s get together to reminisce, learn about the changes in residential life, and meet the current leadership team. Bring your old pictures, cameras, and family. Light refreshments will be served. Please RSVP to Sandy Yowell at syowell@coloradocollege.edu.

College-bound teenagers – and their parents – often can be overwhelmed by the choices and requirements of college admission. What courses are important to take in high school? How significant are extracurricular activities, essays, test scores, and interviews? When should preparation for college admission begin? CC alumni with teenagers who are beginning the www.coloradocollege.edu/homecoming

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SHUTTLE SERVICE A complimentary shuttle will be available during Homecoming Weekend. The shuttle will pick you up at the main entrance of the Antlers Hilton and Wyndham Grand hotels downtown, and on the south side of the Worner Campus Center. Hours: Friday, October 11, 7:30 – 11 a.m., 4 – 6 p.m., 9 – midnight Saturday, October 12, 8 – 11 a.m., 4 – 6 p.m., 9 – midnight

college search process are invited to this special session. Topics covered include: What it takes to gain admission to a selective liberal arts college; how to get the most from a campus visit; and information on financial aid. Call (800) 542-7214 or (719) 389-6344 to reserve space.

4 – 6:30 p.m.

Classes of 1968 and 1969 45th Reunion Reception, Louis MultiPurpose Room and Terrace, Adam F. Press Fitness Center Reception for members of the Classes of 1968 and 1969 and their guests.

4 – 6 p.m.

Spanish in Spain Reunion Reception, Tutt House, 1205 N. Cascade Ave. Reception for alumni and current students celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the Spanish in Spain program.

4 – 6 p.m.

Alumni LGBTQ Reception, McHugh Commons, Western Ridge Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) alumni are invited to a reception hosted by Colorado College LGBTQ staff, faculty, and students. Heavy hors d’oeuvres and beer and wine to be served.

Michael Grace ’63, professor and former interim-CC president, will share remarks.

7 – 9 p.m.

Vintage CC, All-Campus Wine Tasting, Armstrong Quad Tent Cut off your ties and kick off your heels for this casual, yet classy event on the Quad. Alumni, faculty, and staff can enjoy hors d’oeuvres and music while sampling wine and beer crafted by Colorado College alumni.

6:30 p.m.

Women’s Rugby vs. Air Force Academy, Washburn Field 7:30 p.m.

“Where Are We Going? And What Are We Doing?” A performance piece by John Cage and directed by Professor Andrew Manley, Kresge Lecture Hall, Tutt Science Building For more detailed information see page 22.

8 p.m.

Men’s Rugby vs. Air Force Academy, Washburn Field 8 p.m., 9 p.m., and 10 p.m.

5 – 7 p.m.

Faculty Meet Up, Bemis Great Hall and Lounge Alumni are invited to catch up with their favorite faculty and emeriti faculty. Drop in for cocktails and conversation. This event is free, but please register in advance.

6 – 9 p.m.

Class of 1963 50th Reunion Reception and Dinner, Gates Common Room, Palmer Hall Reception and dinner for members of the Class of 1963 and their guests. Classmate

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Stargazing with Professor Shane Burns, Barnes Observatory Sign up at Registration Central upon arrival for an evening of stargazing with Professor Shane Burns (physics). Space is limited.

9:30 p.m. – midnight

Fireworks, S’mores, and Student Bands, McHugh Alumni Plaza The Student Alumni Association invites all students and alumni to celebrate our newest Homecoming tradition – a CC fireworks extravaganza! Student bands and make your own s’mores start at 9:30 p.m. Fireworks start at 10 p.m.


9:30 p.m. – midnight

7 a.m.

Benji’s Alumni Lounge, Benjamin’s, Worner Campus Center

Registration for the 25th Annual Tiger Classic 5K Race, Monument Valley Park

Looking for a quiet alternative to the fireworks? Relax and continue conversations with friends at Benji’s Lounge. Light snacks and a cash bar will be available.

Saturday, October 12, 2013 5:45 – 8 a.m.

Homecoming Bike Tour, meet bus in front of Tutt Library Join us for a sunrise tour of Gold Camp Road in beautiful Cheyenne Cañon. The easy, guided (mostly downhill) tour includes transportation to and from campus; Specialized mountain bikes and helmets are provided. The tour company asks that you do not bring your own bike. Registration is required, and participants should meet in front of Tutt Library at 5:45 a.m.

8 a.m.

25th Annual Tiger Classic 5K Race, Monument Valley Park

CHILDREN’S LOUNGE

The race benefits the Tiger Pride Fund for Athletics and includes participants from the Pikes Peak area. Runners, joggers, and walkers of all levels are welcome. Registration required. For more detailed information see page 19.

Friday, October 11 6 p.m. – midnight

8:30 – 10:30 a.m.

For more details, see page 27.

Saturday, October 12 6 p.m. – midnight, Worner Campus Center

Freedom and Authority reading and discussion, Gates Common Room, Palmer Hall Join us for a Homecoming weekend tradition based on Freedom and Authority, the popular interdisciplinary course taught at Colorado College for more than 50 years. This year’s Freedom and Authority reading will be “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” by Rebecca Skloot and will be available for purchase

Saturday Tours and Hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Bookstore open, lower level, Worner Campus Center Alumni receive bookstore discount with official Homecoming Weekend name tag. 8:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. Reunion Giving Photo Booth, Gaylord Hall, Worner Campus Center After picking up your registration materials, swing by the Annual Giving sponsored photo booth to capture some new CC memories. Kick start your weekend with a set of fun and unique photos that you can take with you. Awaken your inner child, have some fun, meet new people, and make a new memory. Props and costumes will be provided. 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Student Exhibition: Highlights from the Senior Art Majors’ Exhibition, IDEA Space Atrium, Edith Kinney Gaylord Cornerstone Arts Center For more detailed information see page 21. 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. Campus Tour, begins at Cutler Hall Call the Admission Office at (800) 542-7214 or (719) 389-6344 to make a reservation.

11 a.m. – 7 p.m. El Pomar Sports Center and Adam F. Press Fitness Center open Check in with official Homecoming Weekend name tag. 1 – 5 p.m. “Richard Melo: A Life in Prints,” Coburn Gallery, Worner Campus Center For more detailed information see page 22. 3 p.m. Guided Tour, “Systems and Subversions,” IDEA Space, Edith Kinney Gaylord Cornerstone Arts Center For more detailed information see page 21. 3 p.m. Guided Tour of the renovated El Pomar Sports Center and new Adam F. Press Fitness Center, El Pomar Sports Center Tour will begin at the main El Pomar Sports Center entrance off Cache La Poudre St. 3 – 4:30 p.m. Greek Open Houses 6 p.m. – midnight Children’s Lounge, check in at room #213, Worner Campus Center Childcare is available for children 12 and younger and is provided by Event Sitters by Charity. Registration in advance is required.

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Saturday, October 12, 2013, continued online from the Colorado College bookstore, www.neebo.com/colorado-college or call the bookstore at (800) 854-3930. For more detailed information see page 18.

10:30 – 11:30 a.m.

Homecoming Convocation Alumni Association Awards, Shove Memorial Chapel President Jill Tiefenthaler and Alumni Association Board President Chris Moon Schluter ’65 will present the Benezet, Worner, Riley, and Spirit of Adventure Awards. Everyone is invited to attend this special ceremony that honors our distinguished award recipients and will feature remarks from President Tiefenthaler. The Reunion Cup, awarded to the reunion class with the best Homecoming Weekend attendance, will be presented during the ceremony. Learn more about this year’s recipients on page 14.

Saturday Class Reunion Events 55th Reunion: Class of 1958 6 p.m. Reception and dinner, Tutt Alumni House

50th Reunion: Class of 1963 6 p.m. Dinner and hockey game, Wigand Room at the World Arena, 3185 Venetucci Blvd.; bus leaves from in front of Tutt Library at 5:30 p.m. and from the Antlers Hilton at 5:45 p.m.

45th Reunion: Classes of 1968 & 1969 6 p.m. Reception and dinner, Gates Common Room, Palmer Hall

40th Reunion: Class of 1973 6 p.m. Reception and dinner, McHugh Commons, Western Ridge

25th Reunion: Class of 1988 6:30 p.m. Reception, Bemis Great Hall

11 a.m.

Kathleen Jones ’80 Award Dedication, Barnes Science Center, 4th floor west

6:30 p.m. Reception, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, 30 W. Dale St.

The Anthropology Department will host a memorial dedication of an exhibit to anthropology major graduate Kathleen Ann Jones ’80. The Jones Fund provides anthropology majors with research funds.

15th Reunion: Classes of 1997 & 1998

11 a.m. – 3 p.m.

6 p.m. Reception and dinner, Gaylord Hall, Worner Campus Center

Rugby Alumni vs. Student Challenge, Donald Autrey Field 11:30 a.m.

All-Campus Picnic, Armstrong Quad Tent The Alumni Association invites alumni and their families to gather for a picnic lunch on the quad. Please register in advance. Free for children 12 and younger.

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20th Reunion: Class of 1993

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6:30 p.m. Reception, Great Hall, El Pomar Sports Center

10th Reunion: Class of 2003

5th Reunion: Class of 2008 7 p.m. Reception, dinner and free dance ticket, Armstrong Great Hall

Recent Graduates Reunion: Classes of 2011, 2012, and 2013 8 p.m. Cocktails, light snacks, and free dance ticket, Main Space, Edith Kinney Gaylord Cornerstone Arts Center


noon – 3 p.m.

Class of 1958, 55th Reunion Luncheon, Faculty Commons, Cossitt Hall Members from the Class of 1958 gather with emeriti faculty for lunch, a class photo, and slideshow with the history of Colorado College. A tour of the renovated El Pomar Sports Center and new Adam F. Press Fitness Center immediately follows.

1 – 2:30 p.m.

Reunion, Schlessman Natatorium Join us for this special event recognizing 50 years of swimming and diving and Schlessman Pool historical events, followed by a pool party and alumni/varsity swimming and diving meet.

4 – 5:30 p.m.

“Finally, I’ve Got Some Time to Save the World,” Slocum Commons

Join President Tiefenthaler in a town-hall meeting style forum where she’ll unveil the college’s strategic direction and invite you to ask questions and share ideas. For more detailed information see page 4.

With the Classes of ’68 and ’69 leading the way, there is a whole generation of baby boomers with the time, talent, and energy to finally keep the promises we made as students to make a difference in the world. Presenters include Bill McDonald ’68, Wink Davis ’68, and Dorothy Bradley ’69. More details on this alumni panel presentation can be found on page 18.

2:30 – 4 p.m.

4 p.m.

Strategic Conversations: Building on the Block, Packard Theatre, Packard Hall

State of the Rockies Presentation, Slocum Commons Presented by student researchers and Professor Walt Hecox ’64 (environmental science). For more detailed information, see page 18.

Alumni Athletes Reception, Great Hall, El Pomar Sports Center Advanced registration is required. See registration form.

7:07 p.m. 2:45 – 4:30 p.m.

Reunion Class Photos, East of Cutler Hall In the event of rain, check in at the Edith Kinney Gaylord Cornerstone Arts Center. A complimentary printed photo will be sent to all members of the Class of ’63. 2:45 p.m.: 50th – Class of 1963 3 p.m.: 45th – Classes of 1968 and 1969 3:15 p.m.: 40th – Class of 1973 3:30 p.m.: 25th – Class of 1988 3:45 p.m.: 20th – Class of 1993 4 p.m.: 15th – Classes of 1997 and 1998 4:15 p.m.: 10th – Class of 2003 4:30 p.m.: 5th – Class of 2008

3 – 5 p.m.

Schlessman Pool’s 50th Anniversary Celebration and Swimming and Diving Team

CC Men’s Hockey vs. United States Under-18 Team, World Arena Cheer on the Tigers as they take on United States Under-18 Team at the World Arena. For ticket information, please see page 20.

7:30 p.m.

“Where Are We Going? And What Are We Doing?” A performance piece by John Cage and directed by Professor Andrew Manley, Kresge Lecture Hall, Tutt Science Building For more detailed information see page 22.

9:30 p.m. – 1 a.m.

Homecoming Dance, Armstrong Quad Tent Alumni and students gather to dance the night away. State ID or passport required to purchase alcohol. Alumni may purchase tickets in advance.

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Saturday, October 12, 2013, continued 9:30 p.m. – midnight

10 a.m. – noon

Benji’s Alumni Lounge, Benjamin’s, Worner Campus Center

Homecoming Weekend Farewell Brunch, Bemis Great Hall

Looking for a quiet alternative to the dance? Relax and continue conversations with friends at Benji’s Lounge. Light snacks and a cash bar will be available.

Sunday, October 13, 2013 9 a.m.

Class of 1958 Walk in Garden of the Gods (path is level and paved) Join classmates for an easy walk through Garden of the Gods. A CC bus will leave from in front of the Antlers Hilton at 8:30 a.m. and from in front of Tutt Library at 8:45 a.m. to arrive at the Garden of the Gods by 9 a.m.

Class Reunion volunteers give their time and energy to help make their reunion a success. If you are interested in serving on a future reunion committee, let us know at reunions@coloradocollege.edu. Class of 1963 – 50th Reunion Co-chairs: Ben Eastman, Bobbie Tolley Anton Committee: Art Berglund, Brad Chase, Honie B. Wilson Crandall, Raechel Jensen Fouts, Bruce Franklin, Erv Hinds, David Hite, Ben Lewis, Joe Moore, Isabel Williams Shanahan, Bill Stafford, Brett Stearns, Peigi Benham Szvetecz

Classes of 1968 and 1969 – 45th Reunion Co-chairs: Lana Coffman ’68, Chad Milton ’69 Committee: Diane Brown Benninghoff ’68, Doug Brown ’68, Kathy Culbertson Frieze ’68, Sonia Margolin ImMasche ’68, Bob Manning ’69, Marianne Bornefeld

Alumni gather for brunch and to say goodbye.

11 a.m.

CC Women’s Soccer vs. University of Tulsa, Stewart Field noon

Fifth Annual Steve Durand Memorial Alumni Volleyball Game, El Pomar Sports Center Colorado College volleyball alumni are invited to play in the alumni match.

Martin ’68, Laurel McLeod ’69, Bart Mendenhall ’68, Cindy Todd Tanner ’69

Taylor Reynolds, Melinda Lee Sharkey, Todd Wiseman

Class of 1973 – 40th Reunion

Classes of 1997 and 1998 – 15th Reunion

Co-chairs: Sally Davis Parsons, Ron Rubin Committee: Craig Campbell, Will Denson, Henry Doyle, Judy Thompson Fischer, John Fyfe, Ted Lindeman, Janet Fraser Martin, Ann Morrison Smith, Ron Smith, Shelley Smith, Jan Wanner Snooks, Sam Taylor, Joanie Dobrowolski Urbaniak, Anna Blackford Zier

Class of 1988 – 25th Reunion Co-chairs: Denise Heidman Sheridan, Mim Kahn Sichel Committee: Sarah Warner Burdick, Denise CalkinsYoungquist, David Fitzgerald, Brian Grossman, Keith Hoppe, Rink Murray, Karl Ossentjuk, Liz Stanton

Class of 1993 – 20th Reunion Committee: Liza Reeder Carey, Todd Frisbie, Rachelle Latimer, Mark Elroy Peterson,

Committee: Matt Banks ’97, Jane Carter ’98, Megan Perkins ’98, Chris Rose ’97, Kim Silver ’98, Alice Dow Walker ’97

Class of 2003 – 10th Reunion Co-chairs: Katie Guffin, Mandy Sheets Committee: Kitren Fischer, Michael Goldstone, Emily Irwin, Kristy Payne Matteson, Jody Peterson McGinley, Kathy Morgan, Jordan Pock, Jana Miller Ransom, Jenica Kline Schevene

Class of 2008 – 5th Reunion Co-chairs: Maija Benitz, Sierra Fleenor, Liz Jung, Justin Quintana Committee: Lauren Aczon, Lissa Crocker, Kirsten Ostergaard DeMoss, Molly Dilg, Natalie Gosnell, Josh Kraut, Sarah Lee Winstead, Caroline Mead, Ash Merscher, Isabel Werner, Paige Whitney


The Colorado College Alumni Association Awards

Homecoming Convocation Saturday, October 12, 2013 Shove Memorial Chapel 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.

The following people will be honored with awards at Homecoming Weekend 2013. The Louis T. Benezet Award recognizes outstanding achievement in one’s chosen field, excellence through unusual success or contribution, innovation or research that has advanced a profession or a cause, and/or extraordinary contributions and achievements that have improved people’s lives and exemplify the values of a liberal arts education. These attributes characterized the important contributions of Louis T. Benezet, president of Colorado College, 1955-63. Recipients: Jeff Bauer ’69, Max Power ’63. Jeff Bauer ’69 is an internationally recognized health futurist and medical economist, based in Chicago, Ill. Known for his proposals to create an efficient and effective health care delivery system through multi-stakeholder partnerships and other initiatives focused in the private sector, Jeff is an independent, industry thought leader, who forecasts the evolution of health care and develops practical approaches to improving the medical sector of the American economy. Jeff has published more than 225 articles, books, web pages, and videos on health care delivery. He is quoted often in the national press and writes regularly for professional journals that cover the business of health care. In addition, Jeff has a strong foundation of academic experience. He was a full-time teacher and administrator at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Denver from 1973 to 1984, where he held appointments as associate professor and as assistant chancellor for planning and program development. He also served concurrently for four years as health policy adviser to Colorado Gov. Richard D. Lamm. Max Power ’63 is the author of “America’s Nuclear Wastelands: Politics, Accountability and Cleanup,” published in 2008. The American Library Association selected the book as one of 21 “Best of the Best” from university presses in 2008. Max currently resides in Corvallis, Oregon, and chairs the statutory Oregon Hanford Cleanup Board as a governorappointed citizen member. He also is a neutral member of the Hanford Concerns Council, a group chartered to deal with complex employee concerns involving health, safety and environmental issues. He has been involved in the Hanford Openness Workshops, and served in joint projects with the Washington League of Women Voters and other nonprofit and governmental organizations in a series of workshops regarding the disposition of surplus plutonium and the interstate transfers of nuclear waste. Max was senior policy adviser in the Nuclear Waste Program of the Washington State Department of Ecology, Olympia, where he worked on nuclear contamination and cleanup issues. The Lloyd E. Worner Award recognizes outstanding loyalty, service and generosity to the college as evidenced by continuing concern and support for students and the quality of teaching and learning, as well as the general well-being and future excellence of the institution. These attributes www.coloradocollege.edu/homecoming

Jeff Bauer ’69

Max Power ’63

The Colorado College Alumni Association requests your nominations for the 2014 Benezet, Worner, Riley, and Spirit of Adventure Awards. Do you know of an alumnus/ alumna, faculty or staff member who should be recognized for their contributions to CC or to society? If so, we need YOUR nominations! www.coloradocollege.edu/ alumninomination

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Greg Smith ’69

Marcia Dobson

John Riker

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characterized the many years of service and effective contributions of Lloyd E. Worner, Class of 1942, who served as a faculty member, dean and ultimately president of Colorado College (1964-81). Recipient: Greg Smith ’69. Greg Smith ’69, of Denver, is a health care business lawyer and an adjunct/affiliate faculty member in bioethics and law at the University of Denver, Regis University, and the University of Colorado, Denver. After finishing law school, Greg returned to Colorado and became active in the CC alumni program, starting in Denver with work on various local committees and eventually serving on the CC Alumni Association Board, culminating in becoming president from 1997-2001, during which time he also served on CC’s Board of Trustees. He considers that time to be one of the greatest opportunities he has had to serve the college and become better acquainted with its administration, faculty, staff, and then-current students as well. Having had the grounding of a CC education, he decided to continue his own formal education by returning to graduate school in 2006 and is currently working on a doctorate in bioethics and health policy at Loyola University. Greg says the intellectual curiosity formed, nurtured, and supported at CC has been of tremendous importance to his academic success in recent years. The Gresham Riley Award recognizes faculty and staff who have made a significant difference to the Colorado College community through outstanding service, commitment and accomplishment. The continuing concern for and support of students and alumni demonstrated by such individuals ensure the general well being and future excellence of the college. These accomplishments exemplify the important contributions made by Gresham Riley, the tenth president of Colorado College, 1981-92. Recipients: Marcia Dobson, John Riker. Marcia Dobson, professor of classics, has taught in the Classics Department for 36 years. Dobson initiated the Psychoanalysis Minor at Colorado College, and now teaches classes in psychoanalysis to CC students both at Colorado College and at the Chicago Psychoanalytic Institute during the summer. Marcia’s recent research and publications consider classical texts in their relationship to psychoanalytic thinking and theory, more particularly: “Freud, Kohut, Sophocles: “Did Oedipus Do Wrong?” and “Contemporary psychological approaches to the Aristophanes Myth in Plato’s Symposium” (Dobson and Riker, 2013). Marcia is also an associate editor of the International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology. The core of everything Marcia does lies in teaching her students. Over the years she and her husband, Professor John Riker, have engaged in overloads at the college, such as teaching students about alcohol and drugs as well as engaging them in the delightful diversions of ballroom dancing, an important avocation for them both. John Riker is professor of philosophy at Colorado College. John came to Colorado College in the fall of 1968 and has taught here for 44 years, barring just one year when he was the Kohut Professor at the University of Chicago. He chaired the Philosophy Department for 15 years, and has been interim chair several times. For the first 23 years of his career, John published almost nothing. Rather, he was establishing himself as a teacher, performing various administrative tasks for the department and the college, and reading widely in theories of human nature—sociological, anthropological, biological, ethological, and psychoanalytic. John says it took a long time for this scholarship to formulate itself into a theory, but once it did, his writing took off. In the past 20 years he has published three www.coloradocollege.edu/homecoming


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books. Also during this latter part of his career, he has been voted Lloyd Worner Teacher of the Year four times, Bob Pizzi Advisor of the Year twice, and was the initial recipient of the Victor Nelson-Cisneros Award for the person most promoting diversity on campus. The Spirit of Adventure Award recognizes an alumnus/a, who exemplifies the unique CC experience through a life of intellectual, social or physical adventure. These attributes are characterized by Robert M. Ormes ’26, English Professor, Colorado College, 1952-1973 who was the inaugural award recipient. He was an adventurer of the mind, body and the spirit which exemplifies much of what is special about Colorado College. Recipient: Brian Grossman ’88. As a co-founder of Kids in the Game, Brian Grossman ’88 had a vision to provide access to sports programs to underprivileged kids throughout the United States. Brian recently co-founded ElectricXP, a passion data company with a mission to build a new and unique platform — Buckitdream — that provides people around the world with the opportunity to create a virtual bucket list and live their dream experiences. Brian’s own major bucket list accomplishment was the Marathon des Sables (“Marathon of the Sands”), a 6-stage/7-day adventure in the Sahara Desert of Morocco, known as the “Toughest Footrace on Earth.” Brian has more than 20 years of professional experience working in start-up, early stage, and advanced company businesses with innovative technologies. He served as director of corporate development at CDC Corporation, identifying and negotiating Asia Pacific distribution partnerships and the acquisition of enterprise software companies. As a co-founder and director of Platinum China Software, he was responsible for building the sales and marketing organization, legal matters, and Greater China expansion strategy, eventually orchestrating the trade sale of the company to CDC. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION BOARD OFFICERS Christine Moon Schluter ’65, P’91, Sanibel, Fla. (President) Alan Harris ’77, Dallas, Texas (Past President) Maro Zagoras ’89, Fort Collins, Colo. (President-Elect) Meghan Groome ’00, Brooklyn, N.Y. (Secretary) ALUMNI ASSOCIATION BOARD MEMBERS Gordon Aoyagi ’67, Rockville, Md. Susan White Burgamy ’66, Denver, Colo. (Chair, Nominations/ Awards Committee) Heather Carroll ’89, Colorado Springs, Colo. (Alumni Trustee) Pamela Carter ’84, P’10, P’13, Oakland, Calif. (Chair, Admissions Committee)

Vernon (Gene) Eiswerth ’59, P’82, Evergreen, Colo. Judy Thompson Fischer ’73, P’00, P’02, P’03, P’06, Wayzata, Minn. Thomas Fitzgerald ’57, P’85, P’88, Aurora, Colo. (Fifty Year Club President) Les Goss ’72, Colorado Springs, Colo. Noel Gugliotta ’11, Fountain, Colo. Jeff Haney ’76, Colorado Springs, Colo. Alison Henry ’99, San Francisco, Calif. (Chair, Engagement Committee) Jesse Horn ’07, Denver, Colo. David G. Hughes ’76, P’09, Highland Park, Ill., (Chair, Student Life Committee) Iain Hyde ’06, Denver, Colo. (Chair, Development Committee) Adam Kretz ’08, Stanford, Calif. Sonia Kumar-Chainani ’03, Baltimore, Md. Timothy Lambert ’92, Colorado Springs, Colo.

Brian Grossman ’88

Howard Lehman ’78, Salt Lake City, Utah Amy Shackelford Louis ’84, P’16, Hinsdale, Ill. (Alumni Trustee) Alan Luzietti ’92, Denver, Colo. Molly Magdalain ’01, Brooklyn, N.Y. Brianna McAleer ’05, Fargo, N.D. Eric Mellum ’90, Minneapolis, Minn. Caroline Mullen ’05, Nashville, Tenn. Krista Nygaard ’01, Cambridge, Mass. Kathy Nyrop ’77, P’13, San Francisco, Calif. Karen Rechnitzer Pope ’70, P’04, Austin, Texas (Alumni Trustee) Judy Reid ’65, P’02, Boulder, Colo. Robert (Robin) Reid ’59, San Diego, Calif. Antonio (Tony) Rosendo ’02, Colorado Springs, Colo. Jane E.S. (Jesse) Sokolow ’72, Riverdale, N.Y.

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Academic Events

Lifelong Learning Do you miss the intense intellectual engagement you had at CC? Stimulating classroom discussions with treasured faculty members and impromptu, late-night debating sessions with friends and classmates can be some of the best memories from college. We’ve taken that into account in designing many events at Homecoming 2013. You will be challenged intellectually and encouraged to read, reflect, discuss, question, and maybe even debate.

Friday, October 11, 2013 noon – 4 p.m. Academic Department Open Houses Department

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Location

Anthropology

1 – 3 p.m.

Barnes Science Center, Room 402

Asian Studies, Feminist & Gender Studies, Race & Ethnic Studies

1 – 4 p.m.

Interdisciplinary House Leadership, Lennox House

Classics & Comparative Literature

1 – 3 p.m.

Cossitt Hall, Room 201

Economics and Business lunch and open house

11 – 2 p.m.

Gates Common Room, Palmer Hall

Education

2 – 4 p.m.

Mierow House

English

2 – 4 p.m.

English Department Lounge, Armstrong Hall

Spanish

1 – 3 p.m.

Romance Languages Lounge, AH 319, Armstrong Hall

The Hulbert Center for Southwest Studies Programs

1 – 3 p.m.

Hulbert Center (Dern House), 1109 N. Cascade Ave.

Biochemistry and Chemistry

2 – 4 p.m.

Barnes Science Center foyer, 3rd floor

3 – 4:30 p.m. First Mondays on Friday: “The Best Game You Can Name” with Dave Bidini, Armstrong Theatre, Armstrong Hall Join bestselling sportswriter Dave Bidini for an exuberant, evocative, highly personal, and vividly colored account of what defines the magic of hockey. Born and raised in Canada, Bidini has traveled the world, chronicling the many strange and unlikely places where hockey is played. From a rink on the seventh story of a mall in Hong Kong, to Dubai, where hockey is brand new

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and incredulous Bedouin drop by the Al Ain rink to touch the ice, Bidini provides some striking observations about the game of hockey, its fans, and the moments of grace that enrich it.

Saturday, October 12, 2013 8:30 – 10:30 a.m. Freedom and Authority reading and discussion, Gates Common Room, Palmer Hall Join us for a Homecoming weekend tradition based on Freedom and Authority, the popular interdisciplinary course taught at Colorado College for more than 50 years. Attendees will have a plenary session to discuss the book and then break out into smaller discussion groups led by members of the faculty. “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” by Rebecca Skloot takes us on an extraordinary journey, from the “colored” ward of Johns Hopkins Hospital in the 1950s to stark white laboratories with freezers full of HeLa cells; from Henrietta’s small, dying hometown of Clover, Virginia—a land of wooden slave quarters, faith healings, and voodoo—to East Baltimore today, where her children and grandchildren live and struggle with the legacy of her cells. This book will be available for purchase online from the Colorado College bookstore, go to http://www.neebo.com/colorado-college or call the bookstore at (800) 854-3930.

2:30 – 4 p.m. “Large Landscape Conservation in the Rockies: Innovative PrivatePublic Partnerships” State of the Rockies Presentation, Slocum Commons The State of the Rockies Project is in its 11th year of increasing public understanding of vital issues affecting the Rockies. Alumni are encouraged to join the ongoing discussion of the issues that affect our beautiful yet fragile region. Presented by student researchers and Professor Walt Hecox ’64 (environmental science).

4 – 5:30 p.m. “Finally, I’ve Got Some Time to Save the World,” Slocum Commons With the Classes of ’68 and ’69 leading the way, there is a whole generation of baby boomers with the time, talent, and energy to finally keep the promises we made as students to make a difference in the world. Newly turned out or soon to be retirees are a force looking for the best ways to have an impact. With the State of the Rockies as a springboard, we will discuss how that talent can be engaged to have an impact on our world: service with government and industry boards, NGOs and activist organizations, cranky letter and blog writing, or simply (or not so simply) walking the walk when it comes to our passions. Presenters include Bill McDonald ’68, former US official on western water, Wink Davis ’68, organic farmer, former lawyer, and Dorothy Bradley ’69, former Montana legislator, gubernatorial candidate, and environmental activist. www.coloradocollege.edu/homecoming

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Athletic Events

In May 2013, Colorado College celebrated the dedication of the remodeled El Pomar Sports Center and new Adam F. Press Fitness Center. While on campus for Homecoming Weekend, we hope you find time to take a guided tour of the new and remodeled facilities, spend some time in the Ritt Kellogg Climbing Gym, or take advantage of the fitness center as part of your Homecoming Weekend registration. Open hours are listed below, check in with your official Homecoming Weekend name tag. Adam F. Press Fitness Center Hours: Friday, October 11 6:30 a.m. – 7 p.m. Saturday, October 12 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. Sunday, October 13 11 a.m. – 10:30 p.m.

Friday, October 11, 2013 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Guided Tour of the renovated El Pomar Sports Center and new Adam F. Press Fitness Center, El Pomar Sports Center Tour will begin at the main El Pomar Sports Center entrance off Cache La Poudre St.

1 – 4 p.m. Ritt Kellogg Climbing Gym Open House, El Pomar Sports Center Stop in and learn how to belay, climb, “boulder” down low on the wall without ropes, or simply just come and watch. Open to all ages and fun for anyone who is interested in climbing. All equipment, including shoes and harnesses, will be provided. Wear comfortable clothes. If you have personal climbing gear you are welcome to bring it, but it is not necessary. All participants will need to sign a waiver.

2:30 – 3:30 p.m. Frank Flood Memorial Track Dedication Ceremony, Washburn Field Light refreshments will be served.

6:30 p.m. Women’s Rugby vs. Air Force Academy, Washburn Field 8 p.m. Men’s Rugby vs. Air Force Academy, Washburn Field

Saturday, October 12, 2013 7 a.m. Registration for the 25th Annual Tiger Classic 5K Race, Monument Valley Park

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Athletic Events 8 a.m. 25th Annual Tiger Classic 5K Race, Monument Valley Park The race benefits the Tiger Pride Fund for Athletics and includes participants from the Pikes Peak area. Runners, joggers, and walkers of all levels are welcome. Features prizes, race T-shirt, and refreshments. Registration required. Participants must check in the day of the event 7 – 8 a.m. at Monument Valley Park, south of the bridge. Race begins promptly at 8 a.m.

11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Rugby Alumni vs. Student Challenge, Donald Autrey Field 3 p.m. Guided Tour of the renovated El Pomar Sports Center and new Adam F. Press Fitness Center, El Pomar Sports Center Tour will begin at the main El Pomar Sports Center entrance off Cache La Poudre St.

3 – 5 p.m. Schlessman Pool’s 50th Anniversary Celebration and Swimming and Diving Team Reunion, Schlessman Natatorium Join us for this special event recognizing 50 years of swimming and diving and Schlessman Pool historical events, followed by a pool party and alumni/varsity swimming and diving meet.

4 p.m. Alumni Athletes Reception, Great Hall, El Pomar Sports Center Advanced registration is required. See Homecoming Weekend registration form.

7:07 p.m. CC Men’s Hockey vs. United States Under-18 Team, World Arena Cheer on the Tigers as they take on United States Under-18 Team at the World Arena. Alumni who would like to sit with reunioning classmates, may purchase tickets through Homecoming registration for general admission seating in the Alumni Reunion Section. Tickets cost $12 per person for seating in sections 202 and 203, right behind the student section. Seating is limited and Alumni Reunion Section tickets must be purchased by October 4, 2013. Tickets purchased in the Alumni Reunion Section by October 4, 2013, will be available for pick-up at Registration Central in the Worner Campus Center. If you would prefer to sit in another section, or if you miss the October 4 deadline to purchase tickets in the Alumni Reunion Section, single game reserved seating tickets go on sale September 21, 2013, and can be purchased directly from the World Arena by calling (719) 576-2626, (866) 464-2626 or www.cctigers.com. Parking at the World Arena is $5. All hockey tickets are non-refundable.

Sunday, October 13, 2013 11 a.m. CC Women’s Soccer vs. University of Tulsa, Stewart Field noon Fifth Annual Steve Durand Memorial Alumni Volleyball Game, El Pomar Sports Center Colorado College volleyball alumni are invited to play in the alumni match.

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The Arts

The Visual Arts Systems and Subversions, IDEA Space, Edith Kinney Gaylord Cornerstone Arts Center Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 9 p.m. Saturday: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday: 9 a.m. - 11 p.m. The exhibition will feature several projects that create, examine, and/or disrupt natural and artificial systems. Each piece in the exhibition either creates a system in which the audience may participate, uncovers hidden social or natural systems, or actively unravels (or hacks) pre-established systems to achieve other aims. Projects include: a computer-generated environment in which organisms grow and evolve; a visualization of how sound waves disrupt growth patterns of bacterium; an examination of local water reclamation systems; and lyrical animations of the ecosystems of two distinct environments. Participating artists: Nurit Bar-Shai, Jon Cohrs, Scott Johnson, Graham Wakefield and Haru Ji, and Marina Zurkow. Jessica Hunter-Larsen ’90, curator of the IDEA Space, will lead tours on Friday, October 11, at 2 p.m. and Saturday, October 12, at 3 p.m.

Student Exhibition: Highlights from the Senior Art Majors’ Exhibition, IDEA Space Atrium, Edith Kinney Gaylord Cornerstone Arts Center Friday, October 11, 12:30 - 7p.m. Featuring paintings, sculpture, prints, and textiles, this exhibition presents work from the thesis exhibitions of the 25 Art Studio majors from the class of 2013. Conceptually and technically varied, this exhibition demonstrates the dedication, talent, and thoughtfulness that characterize CC’s Art Studio students.

The Press at Colorado College Open House, Taylor Hall Friday, October 11, 1 – 3 p.m. Come visit The Press at Colorado College. View old and new publications of The Press, and enjoy on-going printing demonstrations where visitors will be able to make their own keepsake print by hand.

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“Richard Melo: A Life in Prints,” Coburn Gallery, Worner Campus Center Friday, October 11, 1 – 5 p.m. Saturday, October 12, 1 – 5 p.m. Over the course of his rich and productive career, acclaimed printmaker and painter Richard Melo (born 1928) has worked in a variety of media. While actively stretching his boundaries as an artist through continual exploration, Melo retained a distinct artistic vision that remains consistent throughout his body of work. Drawing from his archives from over 50 years of artistic production, this exhibition celebrates the creative life of a master craftsman. This exhibition is co-curated by Jessica HunterLarsen ’90, InterDisciplinary Arts Curator with student interns Grace Gahagan ’14, and Claire Lukeman ’14.

Music Music Department Showcase Concert, Packard Theatre, Packard Hall Friday, October 11, 3 – 5 p.m. Concert featuring CC Music Department students, ensembles, and performance faculty.

Theatre “Where Are We Going? And What Are We Doing?” A performance piece by John Cage and directed by Professor Andrew Manley Friday, October 11, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, October 12, 7:30 p.m. Kresge Lecture Hall, Tutt Science Center When, in the 1960’s, John Cage was told that the burning questions for students were: Where are we going? and what are we doing?, he took these as a text and made four lectures that are funny, instructive, nearly simultaneous, spoken but musical and, like all of Cage’s work, - utterly, breathtakingly, unique. As the text says: Everyone’s confused: there isn’t anybody today who isn’t confused - Here we are. Let us say Yes to our presence together in Chaos. The most influential and controversial American experimental composer of the 20th century, John Cage was the father of indeterminism, a Zen-inspired aesthetic that expelled all notions of choice from the creative process. While recognized as one of the most important composers of the century, John Cage’s true legacy extends far beyond the world of contemporary classical music. After him, no one could look at a painting, a book, or a person without wondering how they might sound if you listened closely.

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Colorado College Fifty Year Club

The Colorado College Fifty Year Club was founded in 1976 and is a special part of our Alumni Association to celebrate our most honored alumni who graduated 50 or more years ago. Congratulations to the Class of 1963 on their induction during Homecoming Weekend. Please look for these distinguished alumni throughout the weekend wearing their Fifty Year Club medallions.

Thursday, October 10, 2013 6 p.m. Class of 1963 50th Reunion Reception, Tutt Alumni House, 1205 N. Cascade Ave. Hors d’oeuvres reception for members of the class of ’63 and their guests.

Friday, October 11, 2013 8 a.m. Fifty Year Club Annual Meeting and Breakfast, Bemis Great Hall Annual meeting for all members of the Fifty Year Club. All current members and 50th reunion alumni, who will be inducted into the FYC later this same day, are encouraged to attend.

10 a.m. Fifty Year Club Induction Ceremony rehearsal for the Class of 1963, Shove Memorial Chapel The class of 1963 should arrive at 10 a.m. for brief instructions.

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10:30 a.m. Fifty Year Club Induction Ceremony for the Class of 1963, Shove Memorial Chapel President Jill Tiefenthaler and Dean of the College/Dean of the Faculty Sandra Wong present Fifty Year Club diplomas to the Class of 1963, while Fifty Year Club President, Tom Fitzgerald ’57, P’85, P’88, will present the medallions. Ben Eastman ’63 has been selected to address the class. Frank W. Shelton, Jr. ’73, Colorado College organist, will perform during the ceremony. Everyone is invited to this special ceremony to honor our distinguished alumni on their milestone reunion and induction into the Fifty Year Club. The Class of 1963 should arrive at 10 a.m. for brief instructions. Golf carts will be available to assist with transportation from the Fifty Year Club Annual Breakfast meeting in Bemis to Shove Chapel for those needing assistance.

2 p.m. Story Sharing with the Class of ’63, Bemis Lounge, Bemis Hall Members of the Class of ’63 will gather to share stories.

6 p.m. Class of 1963 50th Reunion Reception and Dinner, Gates Common Room, Palmer Hall Reception and dinner for members of the Class of 1963 and their guests. Classmate Michael Grace ’63, professor and former interim-CC president, will share remarks.

Saturday, October 12, 2013 6 p.m. Class of 1963 50th Reunion Dinner and Hockey Game, Wigand Room at the World Arena, 3185 Venetucci Blvd. Bus leaves from in front of Tutt Library at 5:30 p.m. and from the Antlers Hilton at 5:45 p.m.

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General Information

REUNION GIVING Gifts from alumni celebrating their milestone reunion year are a tradition, and are critically important to Colorado College. Through their increased support, reunion-year alumni have a significant impact on the lives of current Colorado College students. Learn more about your class reunion giving progress online at: www.myccreunion.com. If you haven’t made your reunion gift, please make a gift online at www.coloradocollege.edu/ giving or on the enclosed Homecoming Weekend registration form. Thank you for supporting Colorado College and making a difference in the lives of CC students, past, present, and future.

REGISTRATION AND FEES

You will save time and money if you register in advance of your arrival on campus. An early bird registration fee of $25 per household is available from August 1 – October 4, 2013. This fee is waived only for members of the Classes of 2008-2013 who register by October 4. After October 4, a registration fee of $50 per household will apply and there will be a $10 additional fee per person, per event. We do our best to accommodate walk-ins, but cannot guarantee a seat or a meal unless you have registered by October 4, 2013. Please call (719) 227-8171 for assistance with your registration. The Alumni Relations staff, along with more than 100 Colorado College staff, make every effort for all events to be as well planned as possible. To that end, it helps us immensely when you make a good faith effort to register and pay the requested fees. These fees help cover the costs of food, beverages, cleaning, set-up, tents, tables, chairs, and entertainment. We could not hold Homecoming Weekend without the support of those attending.

WAYS TO REGISTER Mail: Return the enclosed registration form with credit card information or check made payable to Colorado College to: Colorado College Alumni Relations 14 E. Cache La Poudre St. Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Fax: Fax the enclosed registration form to (719) 389-6271. Please do not include your credit card information on the registration form. An Alumni Relations staff member will follow up with you regarding payment information.

Online: Beginning August 1, 2013, go to www.coloradocollege.edu/homecoming.

No refunds will be given after Friday, October 4, 2013. Upon arrival, all alumni and guests should check in at Registration Central in Gaylord Hall of the Worner Campus Center to receive an official Homecoming Weekend name tag, a final schedule with event tickets, and confirmation.

Registration Central is open: Friday, October 11 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Saturday, October 12 8:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. If your first event is on Thursday, please go directly to your event. Check in at registration on Friday. If you arrive on Friday after registration has closed, go directly to your event and check in at registration on Saturday.

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SHUTTLE SERVICE

A complimentary Colorado College shuttle will be available during Homecoming Weekend to transport alumni and their guests between campus and the Antlers Hilton and Wyndham Grand hotels downtown. The shuttle will pick up at the main entrance of the Antlers Hilton and Wyndham Grand hotels and on the south side of the Worner Campus Center. Shuttle Hours: Friday, October 11: 7:30 – 11 a.m., 4 – 6 p.m., 9 – midnight Saturday, October 12: 8 – 11 a.m., 4 – 6 p.m., 9 – midnight

GOLF CARTS

Golf carts will be available throughout Homecoming Weekend to provide participants transportation around campus. If you have questions or will need assistance, please contact the Alumni Relations Office by phone: (800) 852-6519, or email: homecoming@coloradocollege.edu prior to the weekend. Or, let us know when you arrive to pick up your registration materials at Homecoming Central in Gaylord Hall in the Worner Campus Center.

TAXI SERVICE

Yellow Cab, (719) 777-7777

MOUNTAIN METROPOLITAN TRANSIT

For more information on local Bus Service go to www.mmtransit.com. Routes from the Colorado College campus to downtown (Bus 8 along Nevada Ave. and Bus 9 along Cascade Ave.)

ATHLETIC EVENTS

Alumni may attend on-campus athletic events for free with their official Homecoming Weekend name tag. If you would like to attend the hockey game, you have a few options. Alumni who would like to sit with reunioning classmates, may purchase tickets through Homecoming registration for general admission seating in the alumni reunion section. Tickets cost $12 per person for seating in sections 202 and 203, right behind the student section. Seating is limited and alumni reunion section tickets must be purchased by October 4, 2013. Tickets purchased in the alumni reunion section by October 4, 2013, will be available for pick up at Registration Central in the Worner Campus Center. If you would prefer to sit in another section, or if you miss the October 4 deadline to purchase tickets in the alumni reunion section, single game reserved seating tickets go on sale September 21, 2013, and can be purchased directly from the World Arena by calling (719) 576-2626, (866) 464-2626, or www.cctigers.com. Parking at the World Arena is $5. All hockey tickets are non-refundable.

DIETARY RESTRICTIONS

Please note on your registration form if you have dietary restrictions we need to accommodate. Vegetarian options will be provided at all meals.

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CHILDREN AT HOMECOMING WEEKEND

Children age 12 and younger eat for free at all on-campus events. If attending the hockey game, children age 2 and older must have a hockey ticket. Event Sitters by Charity offers safe and professional childcare during Homecoming Weekend on Friday, October 11, from 6 p.m. – midnight and Saturday, October 12 from 6 p.m. – midnight in the Worner Campus Center. Dinner is included. Pre-registration is required for all children and must be completed by October 4, 2013. For more information about prices, see the registration form.

BOOKSTORE DISCOUNTS

The Colorado College Bookstore offers discounts on CC logo merchandise. Alumni who are registered and wear an official Homecoming Weekend name tag will receive a discount equal to the number of years since graduation up to 50 years. For example, members of the Class of 1993 would receive a 20 percent discount.

ACCESSIBILITY

To request a disability-related accommodation, please contact the Alumni Relations Office at phone: (800) 852-6519, fax: (719) 389-6271, or email: homecoming@coloradocollege.edu by Friday, October 4, 2013.

PARKING

During Homecoming Weekend, all campus parking lots are open and available for free guest parking. On-street parking is part of the City of Colorado Springs Parking System. Please pay parking fees and obey all city parking regulations when parking on city streets.

RESTRICTED/PRIVATE AREAS OF CAMPUS

Alumni are welcome to explore campus and reminisce about their college days. However, please respect that your old dorm room is now the private room of a current student. Alumni should remain in the common areas of campus housing.

CAMPUS SAFETY

Campus Safety Emergency (719) 389-6911 Campus Safety Non-Emergency (719) 389-6707

QUESTIONS

Contact the Alumni Relations Office by phone, fax, email, or online: Phone: (800) 852-6519 or (719) 227-8171 Fax: (719) 389-6271 E-mail: homecoming@coloradocollege.edu Website: www.coloradocollege.edu/homecoming Follow #cchc2013 on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

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2013 Colorado College Homecoming Weekend Registration Form Please complete the form for yourself and enter your guests’ names in the guest section. Your form must be received by October 4, 2013.

You are welcome to attend all events listed in this brochure, but only the following events require registration.

Alumni Information

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10 Registration is required for all meals and events listed below.

Name ___________________________________ Class Year__________

Time

Maiden Name_______________________________________________ Name as you would like it to appear on your name tag: __________________________________________________________

6pm

Event

# Attending

50th Reunion - Class of 1963 reception with host bar

Cost

$30

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11 Registration is required for all meals and events listed below.

Time

If you are also a CC parent, please complete the student information below:

8am

Student name__________________________Student class year______

10:30am

Event

# Attending

Cost

Free

2pm

Fifty Year Club Annual Meeting and Breakfast Fifty Year Club Induction, Class of 1963 LinkedIn Bootcamp

4pm

Spanish in Spain Reception

$10

Your Contact Information

4pm

LGBTQ Reception

$10

Address _ __________________________________________________

4pm

45th Reunion – Classes of 1968 and 1969 reception Faculty Meet Up Reception hors d’oeuvres and host bar 50th Reunion – Class of 1963 dinner with host bar Children’s Lounge (12 and younger), includes dinner, reservations required Name/Age: ______________________ Name/Age: ______________________ Name/Age: ______________________ Vintage CC: wine and beer tasting

$12

Student name__________________________Student class year______ Student name__________________________Student class year______

City ___________________________ State_______ Zip _____________

5 – 7pm

Daytime Phone (_____) _______________________________________ Mobile Phone (_____) ________________________________________ E-mail _____________________________________________________

6pm 6pm – midnight

c Yes, my spouse/partner is attending (please list guest name as they would like it to appear on their nametag). Spouse/Partner Name __________________________Class Year _____ Guest Name __________________________________Class Year _____ Guest Name __________________________________Class Year _____ Guest Name __________________________________Class Year _____

Accessibility

To request a disability-related accommodation, please contact the Alumni Relations Office at phone: (800) 852-6519, fax: (719) 389-6271, or email: homecoming@coloradocollege.edu by Monday, October 4, 2013.

7 – 9pm 9:30pm

Total

$15

Free

Free $30 $15/ child

$30

Fireworks, S’mores, and Student Bands

Free

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12 Registration is required for all meals and events listed below.

Time

Event

# Attending

Cost

5:45am

Homecoming Bike Tour

$55

8am

5K Race – Monument Valley Park Name_________________ Age____ q Male q Female T-shirt: q S q M q L q XL Name_________________ Age____ q Male q Female T-shirt: q S q M q L q XL Freedom and Authority

$25

Special Dietary Needs

Please note any special dietary needs for yourself or anyone in your party by Friday, October 4, 2013.

___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________

Total

8:30 – 10:30am

Total

Race day price is $30

Free

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12 (contd.) Registration is required for all meals and events listed below.

Time

Event

# Attending

10:30 – Homecoming Convocation: Alumni 11:30am Association Awards 11:30am – All Campus Picnic 1pm noon 1pm

4pm 6pm – midnight

7pm

9:30pm – 1am

Cost

Adult: $15 12 & younger: Free

$15 Free

55th: Class of 1958. Reception and dinner with host bar. 50th: Class of 1963. Includes hockey ticket, bus transportation, and dinner with cash bar. 45th: Classes of 1968 and 1969. Reception and dinner with host bar. Please indicate number of main entree(s). 40th: Class of 1973. Reception and dinner with host bar. Please indicate number of main entrée(s).

Time

# Attending

Cost

7pm

$30

Recent Grads Reunited: Classes of 2011, 2012, 2013. Light snacks with host bar. Includes free dance ticket.

8pm

$15

Time

9am

$15/ child

10am noon

Total

Event

Cost

# Attending

55th Reunion: Class of 1958 walk in the Garden of the Gods Farewell Brunch

Total

Free Adult: $16 12 & younger: Free

GIVE TO THE ANNUAL FUND AT COLORADO COLLEGE

The Annual Fund at Colorado College is made up of unrestricted gifts that support all the quintessential components of a CC education.

$12

I’d like to make a gift of:

c $1,874

$10

# Attending

Cost

6pm

$30

6pm

$55

c $500 c $250

c $100

c Other $________

Thank you for supporting Colorado College.

SATURDAY REUNION EVENTS Registration is required for all meals and events listed below.

Event

Time

5th: Class of 2008. Reception and dinner with host bar. Includes free dance ticket.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13 Registration is required for all meals and events listed below.

Free

Children’s Lounge (12 and younger), includes dinner, reservations required Name/Age ____________________ Name/Age ____________________ Name/Age ____________________ Tiger Hockey vs USA Under 18 Team, Alumni Section, Hockey Ticket Homecoming Dance, cash bar: All participants need a ticket.

Event

Total

Free

55th Reunion: Class of 1958 Reunion Luncheon Strategic Conversations: Building on the Block with President Jill Tiefenthaler Alumni Athletes’ Reception

SATURDAY REUNION EVENTS (contd.) Registration is required for all meals and events listed below.

Total

REQUIRED RESERVATION FEE

Early bird non-refundable, one fee per household. This fee is waived only for members of the Classes of 2008-2013 and Fifty Year Club members attending the breakfast and annual meeting only who register by October 4. After October 4, the fee is $50 per household.

$25

HOMECOMING WEEKEND TOTAL $______ PAYMENT

6pm

Salmon

$44

Steak Vegetarian 6pm

Salmon

$44

Steak Vegetarian

25th: Class of 1988. Reception 6:30pm and dinner with host bar

$35

20th: Class of 1993. Reception 6:30pm with cash bar

$45

15th: Classes of 1997 and 6:30pm 1998. Reception with host bar 10th: Class of 2003. Reception 6pm and dinner with host bar

$30 $30

Form of Payment: Check: q / Credit card: q / AMEX q / Discover q / MasterCard q / Visa q Name on card: ________________________________________ Card #:_____________________________________________ Exp: ______/_____ I authorize CC to charge my credit card the total amount of all charges. Signature: ___________________________________________ Please submit your registration form by Oct. 4, 2013. No refunds after Oct. 4, 2013. Register online at www.coloradocollege.edu/homecoming Mail form with credit card info or check made payable: Colorado College Alumni Relations 14 E. Cache La Poudre St., Colorado Springs, CO 80903 Fax form to (719) 389-6271. Questions? Call (719) 227-8171.


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41. John Lord Knight ’58 Student Apartment 42. El Diente 43. Antero 44. Loomis 45. Ticknor Hall 46. Montgomery 47. Edith Gaylord House 48. Jackson House 49. Lennox House 50. 1004 N. Weber Street 51. Interfaith House 52. Colorado College Inn 58. 223 E. San Rafael Street 59. 1010 North Weber Residence Halls/Language Houses 53. Windom 54. Mullett 55. Max Kade 56. Elbert House 57. Haskell Fraternities/Sororities 60. Kappa Sigma Fraternity 61. Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority 62. Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority

63. Delta Gamma Sorority Faculty/Staff Housing Faculty/ Staff Housing 64. 1140 N. Cascade 65. 1144 N. Cascade 66. Hamlin House 1148 N. Cascade 67. 1131 N. Cascade 68. 1005 N. Nevada – Dean of Students 69. 901 N. Nevada 70. 214 E. Cache La Poudre Colorado College is committed to monitoring and improving access on campus. While every attempt has been made to ensure accurate information, ongoing construction and improvements may change accessibility features. If you have questions regarding accessibility on the campus, please contact either of these offices: Disability services: 719-227-8285 or Facilities services: 719-389-6568. Other: Emergency Phone Bus Stop Parking


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