Christine M. Arguello will be inducted into the Colorado Women's Hall of Fame on March 20, 2014. "I was told that it was my work as leader of the Arguello Dream Team, the goal of which is to mentor and inspire young people to attend college and graduate school, that caught the selection committee's attention. Although I went on to attend law school after college, I never lost my commitment to teaching young people."
Posted Jan. 30, 2014
Judge Christine Arguello (Edu) received one of Harvard Law School’s “Celebration 65 Awards” for her outstanding contribution to the legal profession and to public welfare. Christine, a U.S. District Court judge for the District of Colorado, writes that it is an honor to have received the award, especially in light of the fact that prior recipients include such luminaries as Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Pat Schroeder. Arguello is a previous nominee to the United States Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit and is a tenured professor at the University of Kansas School of Law. She is a first-generation college graduate and grew up in Buena Vista.
Posted Nov. 21, 2019
After 43 years teaching English and writing at various universities across New York, Maureen King Cassidy (Edu) still keeps in touch with her college friends. Cassidy transferred to CU after a trip to Aspen, Colorado, her sophomore year of college. “Aspen was like another universe to me,” she wrote. “I became totally enchanted with the Rocky Mountains, the people and, of course, skiing.” She arrived at CU having never seen the campus in fall 1975 and enjoyed every moment on campus. She lives in Oyster Bay, New York.
Posted Dec. 10, 2021