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CC Students Lead Politically Diverse Debate

Megan Clancy ’07

In a world of increasing political polarity, it’s reassuring to know that there are still places where civil discourse can happen across party lines. Thankfully, one of those places is CC.

President Richardson Shows CC’s Influence on a National Stage

CC President L. Song Richardson recently attended The 6th Annual Presidents Dinner at the National Press Club in Washington D.C.

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CC Alum Takes On Her State in Historic Trial… and Wins!

Megan Clancy ’07

The first-ever constitutional climate trial in United States history, led by a group of Montana youth, concluded in June.

CC launches the HAVEN Initiative, students and alums work for justice, and more!

Class notes, in memoriam, and links to the digital archives of CC publications.

What’s happening in the arts and with artists on campus and throughout the CC community.

Senior James Settles wins the Metro State Invitational, Men’s Soccer beats Ozarks on the road, featured alumni athletes, thoughts from CC coaches, and more!