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Colorado Mountain College recently received an IDEAS (Increase and Diversify Education Abroad for U.S. Students) grant from the U.S. Department of State’s Capacity Building Program for U.S. Study Abroad. The grant is intended to expand the college’s capacity to offer affordable and meaningful study-abroad opportunities for students who less often take study-abroad courses – including low-income, first-generation and other underrepresented students. Read more: US Department of State awards IDEAS grant to CMC
The show must go on, even in the time of COVID-19, so Sopris Theatre Company at Colorado Mountain College is going online with its first production of the season, “Rogues’ Gallery.” A collection of monologues by Pulitzer Prize-winner John Patrick Shanley centers on nine unforgettable characters, each with a startling or darkly humorous story to tell…. Read more: Sopris Theatre Company performance runs through Nov. 15
In 1982, Colorado was a different place than it is today. The population statewide was roughly 3.1 million. The value of the average home was about $130,000. The Denver Broncos were still a year away from drafting John Elway.
And, in that year, the state passed the Gallagher Amendment, which was intended to maintain tax revenues from businesses and homes at predictable levels.