A local ban on plastic bags is the mission of Janell Togno and her Sustainability Studies project. She’s trying to move the Glenwood Springs City Council to adopt a ban as have Carbondale and Basalt. Read more: CMC senior builds pet waste composter for CARE shelter
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Life on campus is full. You’ll meet people from around the world and down the street. Clubs, events and mornings over coffee stimulate new ideas and energy. To get involved keep an eye on the calendar on your campus’s page. Or like the CMC Facebook page. Living on campus brings its own rewards. Check out Residence Halls.
Besides the on-campus community, you’ll find rich experiences off-campus. Our mountain communities are full of interesting people with energetic enterprises. Some have started companies to make outdoor gear, others create new media for national clients or work for sustainability in this region and beyond. Colorado Mountain College has many local partnerships that enhance your life and learning.
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Three Colorado Mountain College professional photography students have received high praise for their work from the international College Photographer of the Year contest. The contest received thousands of entries this year from over 600 students worldwide. Seven judges, from National Geographic magazine to Nikon, gathered at the University of Missouri during four days in November to select the winning images. Read more: CMC photography students win international awards
Mezzaluna, owned and operated by graduates Eric and Sara Watson, was named one of the best places to eat in Fargo by Condé Nast Traveler and voted No. 1 restaurant in North Dakota by OpenTable. Read more: Culinary Apprenticeship Grads Voted Best in State