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‘Something that changes students’ lives’

High school senior Marlene Talamantes clearly has a way with words. She spent a day at the University of Colorado Law School and spoke her way right into a trip to Washington, D.C., and a tour of the U.S. Supreme Court.

Before the competition, Talamantes was not sure she would go to college.  Now she sees college as a definite part of her future and plans to pursue a career in teaching or law. 


Alum’s TeachAIDS curriculum goes global

AIDS is a taboo and terrifying topic in much of the world. So how do you teach people to prevent or treat the disease? Piya Sorcar (’01) has developed a curriculum that has millions of people watching and learning.

Performing Arts

Colorado Shakespeare Festival announces 2016 season lineup

On the heels of its most successful and well-received season to date, the Colorado Shakespeare Festival announced its 2016 season, which will run Friday, June 3 through Sunday, Aug. 7, 2016. Opening with Shakespeare’s farcical "The Comedy of Errors," the festival’s 10-week season also includes the regional premiere of Bill Cain’s "Equivocation," along with "Troilus and Cressida," "Cymbeline" and "Henry VI, Part 2." Season tickets are now on sale; single tickets go on sale Monday, Nov. 30.