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    类的1969年, 50th Reunion

    团聚活动

    周四,倍频程10
    下午4-7
    欢迎 招待会 和 归国 Check-in
    Smith Family Gallery, Colorado Springs 美术中心 at Colorado College, 30 W. Dale St.
    访问 同 classmates 和 pick up your registration materials.
    菜单: $ 38 /人
    Host Bar: Beer, wine 和 non-alcoholic beverages
    Crostini 同 fig, goat cheese, arugula and c和ied pecan
    crudite
    Chicken potstickers 同 soy dipping sauce chicken
    Domestic cheese & crackers
    Shrimp cocktail 同 cocktail sauce
    Seasonal fresh fruit
     
    7:30-9下午
    "Get Together: 1969 和 the Music of the Sixties" presented by Craig Werner '74, Packard  Performance Hall
    Craig Werner, who is the son of late Professor Ray O. Werner, taught Afro-American Studies and American cultural history at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, until his retirement earlier this year. A long-time member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominating committee, his books "A Change Is Gonna Come: Music, Race and the Soul of America" and "We Gotta Get Out of This Place: The Soundtrack of the Vietnam War" are widely recognized as authoritative works on American rock 和 soul.

     
    周五,倍频程11
    8-9:15上午
    早餐, South Hall Commons (formerly Slocum Hall)
    菜单:$ 14 /人
    Assorted muffins 和 breakfast breads
    炒鸡蛋
    麦片
    Roasted red potatoes
    Applewood smoked bacon strips
    Seasonal fresh fruit
    橙汁
    蔓越莓汁
    Coffee (regular and decaf) 和 hot tea
     
    9:30-11上午
    Fifty Year Club Induction Ceremony, Shove Memorial Chapel
    President Jill Tiefenthaler will present Fifty Year Club diplomas to the 类的1969年. 史蒂夫矛'69 will address the class. Members of the Class of ’69 should arrive by 9:20 a.m. for a 9:30 a.m. rehearsal. Class photo to follow.

    11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
    Fifty Year Club Luncheon, Bemis Great Hall
    All current Fifty Year Club members 和 newly inducted members from the 类的1969年 are encouraged to attend. $15.
     
    12:30-1:30下午
    Re-creation of a 1969-style "Happening," 帕尔默礼堂步骤
    Revisit the era of Woodstock and join us for an authentic 1969 HAPPENING. A small, but mighty band of ’60s hippies will be leading the way. Find out what the ’60s was really about. All you 2019 wanna-be hippies need to be there. Remember, it is a partly improvised or spontaneous event involving audience participation. Meet on the steps of Palmer Hall at 12:30 p.m. sharp ... 和 be sure to wear some flowers in your hair! It is a HAPPENING!

    2-3:30下午
    “The Liberal Arts Advantage”  Jane Lubchenco '69  玛西娅·麦克纳特'74, 通过审核 Provost Alan Townsend, Kathryn Mohrman Theatre, Armstrong Hall
    Citizens of today and tomorrow need to be able to solve the challenges of the world, including the existential threats of a changing climate, depleted biodiversity, and disrupted communities with the vision of a scientist, the discipline of an engineer, the heart of a humanist, and the creativity of an artist. This is the goal of a liberal arts education. In this session, Provost Alan Townsend will moderate a discussion 同 Drs. Marcia McNutt and Jane Lubchenco, two distinguished scientists and CC alumnae who have exemplified a cross-disciplinary and leading approach to science and its relevance to our lives. Drs. Lubchenco and McNutt will talk about the advantages of the liberal arts backgrounds in their own careers, how that approach to education is more important than ever, 和 how it can help society move forward at a critical time.  

     
    下午4-7
    招待会, 4th  Floor, Charles L. TUTT库
    Classmates will provide musical entertainment. If you would like to join in, bring your instrument of choice. After the reception, head downtown for dinner or enjoy a Tiger hockey game at the World Arena. (Shuttle provided. More information is provided below.)
    菜单:$ 45 /人
    Host bar: beer, wine 和 non-alcoholic beverages
    Seasonal fresh fruit
    Domestic cheese & crackers
    Build-your-own street tacos: Beef barbacoa, shredded spicy chicken, black beans and sautéed peppers and onions, shredded cabbage, pickled vegetables, jalapenos, cilantro, fresh lime, sour cream, queso fresco, flour and corn tortillas, housemade tortilla chips 同 salsa & guacamole, 和 cinnamon churros

    下午7时30分
    CC Tiger Hockey Game, Broadmoor World Arena, 3185 Venetucci Blvd. 
    General admission tickets are $12 and will be available through 归国 registration and shuttle will be provided from the reception to the game, and following the game, back to campus and the downtown host hotels (Mining Exchange 和 Antlers). The shuttle will pick up alumni outside TUTT库 on Cascade Ave. at 6:40 p.m. sharp.

    周六,倍频程12
    上午10-11
    归国 Convocation 和 校友 Awards Ceremony, Shove Memorial Chapel

    12:30-2下午
    衣锦还乡野餐,四TAVA
    The Office of 校友 and Family Relations invites alumni and their families to gather for a picnic lunch on the quad. Tickets are $15 for adults and children 12 and under are free. At 1 p.m., performers from the Southern Ute and Ute Mountain tribes will present songs 和 dances in a festive exhibition of Ute culture.

    下午5-11
    招待会, Dinner, 和 Dance, Bemis Lounge 和 Great Hall
    5-7 p.m. – 招待会
    下午7时。 - 晚餐
    下午8点半  Dance in lounge of Bemis Hall. Would you like to add songs to our Spotify的播放列表 for the 类的1969年 50th Reunion Dance? 发送 two song suggestions to reunions@coloradocollege.edu

    菜单:$ 70 /人
    Host bar: beer, wine, 和 non-alcoholic beverages
    Coffee 和 tea service

    Appetizers: tapas platter

    Choose from the following entrees:
    胡椒牛排
    红酒炖鸡
    Root vegetable bourguignon (gluten-friendly)

    This plated, sit down dinner is served 同 green salad, dinner rolls and butter, glazed carrots, vegan yukon gold mashed potatoes, 和 flourless chocolate cake or fruit-topped cheesecake

     
    周日十月13
    上午10-11
    归国 Memorial Gathering, Shove Memorial Chapel
    Join us for a reflective gathering to remember and honor the lives of CC classmates, faculty, 和 staff who have passed away.

    当地的餐馆


    在悼念

    Please share memories of your Colorado College classmates who have passed away. Tributes submitted by Aug. 30 will be included in the 50th Reunion Keepsake Directory.

     

    Classmates Who Have Passed Away

    全名

    死者日期

    詹姆斯albrect

    辛西娅alfery

    猎人antonides

    2013年1月8日

    Lawrence Armstrong

    1971年2月17日

    詹姆斯·奥斯汀

    Hockey goalie for the tigers. He married above his station to Kathy Collier Stimits. He dropped his pads for a coach's whistle. In spite of his coaching, the teams did well. - Dan Stitt

    1987年8月25日

    吉姆·贝利

    2018年8月24日

    布鲁斯·比顿

    2008年5月14日

    查尔斯betcher

    1994年5月16日

    吉姆·迪克

    Jim became a permanent part of my life the night of the Freshman Mixer. My new dorm mate, Emily, came home and said she had met someone special. Jim and Emily became inseparable and married while at CC. We became especially close when Jim and Emily moved to Boulder and began a business relationship 同 my husband, Steve, Jim was an avid entrepreneur and man of the world. He brought business acumen, a genuine love for the employees and a sense of adventure to the company, and our lives. He was a wonderful father to their three children 和 a true partner to Emily. We continue to feel a great loss. He was a true example of what a CC education is meant to be. - Jan Beaver Cornwell

    Jim was a devoted husband to our CC classmate, Emily Mulford -who displaced me as his housemate when they married in the summer before our senior year at CC! Later he was a devoted father of three great kids. Jim said he never wanted a “real job” and as far as I can determine, he never had one. Instead, he took the creative and uncertain road of being an entrepreneur creating multiple innovative businesses, several of which fizzled because of unforeseen complications and then hit a home run creating a discounted hotel reservation service which did exceedingly well until some little Internet companies called Expedia.com and Hotel.com, etc. came along. He was a nutrition and fitness freak who loved pizza without cheese(?) and long bike rides and runs including training & completing several Marathons. Ironically, he had an occult connective tissue disorder which in 1995 at the young age of 48, caused an internal dissection of his aorta. Usually fatal 同in a few hours, because of his amazing physical conditioning, he survived the 7-hour cardiac-aortic surgery 和 we got to have him around for another five years before a late complication of his cardiac surgery caused his sudden death. I still miss him immensely.- 狩猎kooiker

    1998年12月12日

    LuAnne Underhill Dowling

    LuAnne was one of the best human beings I've ever known. My fondest memory of her (among many) was my trip to Alaska in 2004. LuAnne had organized every hour of my trip so I would have an in-depth understanding of that gorgeous state. We took boat trips and road trips, flew over glaciers, 和 even ran into a moose on one of our hikes. Every day was a day of wonder, organized by my thoughtful friend. I miss her so much. - Gillian L. Royes


    Luanne was a dear, kind, thought-filled soul who made you the total focus of her attention when in your presence. Her expertise in editing was legend 和 her insistence on accuracy in publishing was refreshing. I miss her quiet joie de vivre! - Linda Pickering Hancock

    In our sophomore year LuAnne Dowling , Jeanie Hull Beckman and I became roommates in the Max Kade House, a residence for German majors. It was the beginning of a lifelong friendship for us all. It was evident early on that LuAnne was highly focused, organized and disciplined. Those traits partnered with her fine mind, and her knowledge and love of language to contribute greatly to her successful career as an editor. Another attribute that strongly drew clients to her business but was even more deeply treasured by her numerous friends was her conversation skill. LuAnne was a wonderful listener who gave her conversation partner her complete attention. Her thoughtful and insightful responses showed genuine interest, openness and abundant good will. After talks 同 LuAnne, I felt I had been heard, understood 和 appreciated. I will always be grateful for that precious gift! If you want to know more about LuAnne’s exceptional life, take time to read her obituary archive in the Denver Post. - Becky Thomas

    2018年3月6日

    霍·埃斯蒂尔

    2010年12月9日

    Sharon Dregne Gerstenzang

    2012/3/7

    里克·汉布尔顿

    2011/7/20

    理查德·哈里斯

    11/24/2011

    理查德·霍利迪

    2014年12月14日

    威廉·霍维茨

    2017年1月15日

    Mansi McClure Kern

    2013年8月5日

    约翰killackey

    John and I were friends from 1965 on until his passing. He was the drummer in our jazz trio, a roommate and great friend. His good nature, humor, gentle spirit 和 intellectual prowess were special. I miss him still. RIP, John. - Hilton Martin

    2005年4月25日

    吉姆·杜格尔

    2006年1月2日

    泰勒梅克皮斯

    2013年6月14日

    丹尼斯·马龙

    AKA "Pinkman." He married above his station to C. Cimino. He became a block of granite for the tiger's offensive line. - Dan Stitt

    Dennis "Pink Man" Malone was one of the most good- natured friends who had a great sense of humor. He was also known as the "Master of Mirth". He was an outst和ing football player who could laugh while he was knocking someone into the ground. He became a well-respected lawyer who was loved by all. - Steve Ehrhart

    2018年3月10日

    加里mammel

    For me, Gary and I had a unique relationship. He was my first ever 'study buddy'. We met at a coffee shop -- long gone -- on Nevada. Such a nice guy: smart, helpful, kind and prompt. He loved talking about his family in Denver. (I was ill-suited for Economics!) Gary became a banker 和 died too young. Nursing School is often about forming a successful study group. None, as I recall, had the positive, go get 'em attitude that Gary had. RIP - Miriam Price Lindahl

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    5/31/2001

    胡里奥·马丁内斯

    2005年8月25日

    院长梅特卡夫

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    2017年2月21日

    约翰·马伦

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    1988年9月7日

    克雷格尼尔森

    Craig was lost at sea in Alaska while fishing in the Fall of 1969. He had just arrived in Alaska for his first job after graduation. His dad and brother went to search for him. Craig's nickname was "Poudre" because he graduated from Poudre High School in Ft. Collins, CO. Poudre was hired as a basketball coach and Chemistry teacher right out of CC. He played varsity basketball at CC all four years. He was a fine student athlete. He was a finer human being. I was his roommate our Senior year in an upstairs apartment on No. Cascade Ave. He was my fraternity brother as a Kappa Sigma renegade, he being the only non-renegade. He never touched a drop of alcohol. He was always in control of himself. He was the first "designated driver" before we ever used the word. I never heard him utter a single curse word or act profanely in any way. He was a hunter 和 fisherman. He lived for the great outdoors. When I look back fifty years, I cannot remember knowing anyone quite like Poudre. He was never one to run with the crowd. He had a strong moral compass, a gentle soul who laughed often 同 a proud, innocent smile. His heart was pure, guileless. I still feel the sadness when I heard about his disappearance. I'm still sad to think about what the world lost. - 罗尔·沃克

    汤姆·纽曼

    2009年3月23日

    Mary Harris Oliver

    2012年6月12日

    克里奥斯卡

    2006年10月22日

    约翰·皮尔森

    He was a distinguished journalist. - Dan Stitt

    I played in a Slocum dorm basement band with 约翰·皮尔森, who helped me learn some great bass lines. We played together in 1965 同 Larry Newman on lead guitar, Bob Crowder on keys, and some local guy who was a bit older than us. John introduced me to the music of the amazing James Brown. John had a great deal of enthusiasm 和 was a joy to be around. - David Sullivan

    2014年12月27日

    艾伦·里夫斯

    2001年1月23日

    为Kweku sagoe

    Kweku was a very special man. A brilliant poet and geophysicist. He lost his hearing in the early 70s but learned to lip read and went on to start his own engineering firm in Lagos. He married a wonderful woman 和 had three children. I loved him. - 博尼塔雷希

    James (Jim) "Sedge" Siegmann

    At various times at CC Sedge was my floor-mate, suite-mate, and roommate. Years later he was the the Godfather of my oldest son. He was the first truly unabashed free spirit I ever met. He was a kind and gentle person who was always fun to be around, 和 a true positive force in the world. - Steve Spear

    I was in the same wing at Slocum Hall 同 Jim my Freshman year. We were both taking pre med classes, including chemistry. He was cut out for it while I, not so much. While I was getting scores on the tests in the mid sixties range, (sorry mom and dad, still no doctor in the family) he was always in the 90's. Looking back he was one of the good guys 和 I imagine was an excellent doctor. - Scott Warhover

    "Sedge", as he was affectionately called, never seemed to have a dull moment. He could take the most ordinary activity and put a spin on it that made us all laugh. He was not a manic person, but rather a bright presence in a oftentimes bland and conformist world. His wit was matched by his incredibly sharp intelligence. While other students were slogging through Organic Chemistry, he would say "Don't panic, go organic!" and then manage to ace the class. He took to his German classes with gusto and loved calling someone "Obstbäume" if he found them particularly silly. He was a generous and caring soul, so if he teased you, it was always 同 a kind and affectionate attitude. He was loyal to his close friends, and they were supportive 和 loyal to him. I will never forget you, Sedge. : ) - David Sullivan

    2016年12月12日

    Harry the Hat Sperry

    I knew Harry fairly well. I remember many political discussions we used to have. He compensated for his 5' 2" height 同 a lightning fast wit that could cut anybody down to size if they didn't know from whence they spoke. (Still in a likable way) He was from California 和 always referred to it as God's Country. Hope he is hovering above it somewhere now.- Scott Warhover

    2011年6月18日

    MARGI斯图尔特

    1997年10月18日

    史蒂夫stockmar

    5/18/2012

    斯坦·泰伯

    2007年1月12日

    伊迪·蒂比茨

    I thought she was so brave, coping 同 diabetes and pursuing a career as a bassist. I always wished her well. - Nina Propper Holl和

    What a sweet person Edie was. She had a ready smile for everyone and graced us all 同 her positive attitude. She was a good friend and helped me to appreciate classical music. I admired her for playing the double bass, a challenging instrument that requires a great deal of stamina 和 physical strength. She was one of the very few people who transported her upright bass in a VW bug! I still fondly recall her taking a bunch of us in her little bug to Baskin Robbins. I miss you, Edie. - David Sullivan

    2001年9月15日

    辛迪弗雷兰

    2010年7月31日

    杰里waldvogel

    杰里waldvogel was a childhood friend interested in writing and literature who graduated from CC in 1969 as English major. He stayed on in the Denver area working at various jobs, pursuing his interests on the side, but not formally using his degree. Our lives diverged when I went off into the Navy, went to grad school, got married and started a family. I was saddened to learn of Jerry’s death in the early 1980s while we were living in Ohio. - Paul M. Holl和

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    克里斯·沃克

    2016年12月5日

    跳过学步车

    2015年8月1日

    马尔科姆洁具

    1986年7月1日

    Barbara Walton Weldon

    2013年11月9日

    安·威廉姆斯

    Most brilliant person I ever met. Spoke at least 10 languages. She was generous. Life was hard for her. - 博尼塔雷希

    She was a good 和 generous friend. - Jane Paolucci Yorker

    She was brilliant, funny, and a gifted writer. She took a shy kid from Texas and led her to one great adventure after another. I'll never forget her. - Nina Propper Holl和

    Ann was gracious enough to let me take her out on a date at CC. I thought she was a true wonder. She was so brilliant 和 full of light. I was in awe of the way her mind worked. It was a humbling experience. - David Sullivan

    1983年2月1日

    当地的餐馆

    团圆委员会

    凯里克雷恩
    狩猎kooiker
    博尼塔雷希
    Miriam Price Lindahl
    万博
    Janet Benson Manning
    桂冠麦克劳德p'08
    乍得米尔顿p'03
    帕姆·希普
    达雷尔sollberger
    Kathy Collier Stimits
    Patricia White Weed
    Crete Crawford Wood P’95, P’97

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    Reunion 和 归国 Weekend Events
    克里斯蒂damgaard, Assistant Director for On-Campus Programs

    百合劳尔, 校友 Relations Coordinator, On-Campus Programs

    团圆捐赠
    马特·凯利, Associate Director of Annual Giving


    EverTrue: CC Network

    Find your friends 和 classmates just in time for your class reunion! For more information, see our 常见问题解答 .

    Class Giving Goals & Progress

    类的1969年 Class Gift
    Class Gift Goal: $569,000
    Class Gift Progress: $524,154
    Participation Goal: 100% or 274 donors
    Participation Progress: 43% or 120 donors

    1969 Scholarship Goals & Progress

    1969 Scholarship Goal: $50,000
    1969 Scholarship Progress: $65,409
    1969 Scholarship Participation Goal: 100%
    1969 Scholarship Participation Progress: 22 percent

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