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Denver

Sept. 12, 2018

I'd Rather Be on the Block Plan


Colorado College President Jill Tiefenthaler and
Board of Trustees Member Jack Wold '75, P'06, P'10 hosted 
“I’d Rather Be on the Block Plan”    

Celebrating our unique place together in the Rocky Mountain West    
And on our innovative Block Plan

Featuring
Colorado College students who shared their stories
Updates about exciting new developments happening at CC   

ANNIE BRONFMAN ’19
Annie Bronfman is studying English literature with a focus on creative writing: poetry. She has an extensive background in theatre and won an award for Best Director of a High School Production at the 2014 Edinburgh Fringe Festival. During middle school, Bronfman participated in an innovation lab where Stanford University researchers observed the implementation of innovation. Building on these experiences at Colorado College she has completed The Moving Line course, which was sponsored and co-envisioned by Professor of English Jane Hilberry and Innovation at CC. Bronfman plans to pursue her master’s degree in teaching and become a high school literature teacher.
 
CRISTINA GARCIA ’19
Cristina Garcia is a double major in religion and Southwest studies with a focus on Indigenous studies. She participated in the Bridge Scholars Program in her first year at CC and has served the program as a mentor for two years. Garcia also has been a co-chair of SOMOS (Latinx and Chicano Student Union) and NASU (Native American Student Union) and worked at Tutt Library. Garcia is a recipient of the Carl L. and Shirley L. Roberts Endowed Scholarship. At the end of her junior year, she was awarded a Crown-Goodman Scholarship for her academic records and contributions to the campus community.
 
EMILY GARDNER ’19
Emily Gardner is a psychology major, the artistic director of Theatre Workshop, an admission ambassador, and a student guide in the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College museum. She has performed in over 10 productions at CC, including the FAC’s professional production of “Bye Bye Birdie.” Last summer, she interned at Pangea World Theater in Minneapolis and completed an educational psychology research project at the University of Minnesota. She received the William Arthur Blakely Award in Psychology, and a Keller Family Venture Grant to investigate how the performing arts are taught in high schools in the United Kingdom.

Location:
History Colorado Center
1200 N. Broadway
Denver, CO 80203

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