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Kristine McDivitt Tompkins

McDivitt Tompkins to Receive American Heritage Prize

January 30, 2023

The Ken Burns American Heritage Prize, in its own words, celebrates a distinguished and visionary individual whose achievements in the arts, education, literature/history, or science/conservation have advanced our collective understanding of the indomitable American spirit.

Lily Archuleta award

Archuleta Earns Fall 2022 Integrity, Leadership and Service Award

January 26, 2023

The Student Affairs Division recognizes one student each semester for their important contributions to the College’s culture. The award is given to students nominated by staff and faculty as someone who best embodies the values of the College community.

Rakeb Abraham Jebessa and Moubarak Abdoulaye Soumana

Pair of Yotes Grow as Leaders in Leadership Academy

January 25, 2023

Jebessa and Moubarak Abdoulaye Soumana both participated in the Global Citizen Year Academy, a twelve-week leadership class that helped identify and enhance ways that students can positively impact those around them.

Jon Bunten '06 and Emily Hamilton '18

QUEST: How an Open Mind Led to Open Doors

January 19, 2023

Emily Hamilton '18 didn't need an internship to complete her education at the College. John Danielson '76 recommended one to her anyway and it changed her career path.

S.A. Bradley

Scary Speaker Brings Horror Genre to Forefront

January 18, 2023

“Many people I told about the event for my class wanted to talk about horror films as well, thus, proving Scott’s theory and tagline that, ‘…You used to LOVE horror movies… and you secretly still do!” Golden said.

Redline Project

QUEST: The Redline Project

January 12, 2023

It is also a perfect example of the College’s High Impact Practices (HIPs) that guide students in applying their education outside the classroom.

Mike Shines Book

Fund-Raising Book Hits Fifth Printing

January 10, 2023

Shines distributes the book far and wide beyond the campus. Among the people that he sends books to each year are NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and entrepreneur/NBA owner Mark Cuban.

Jacob Batubenga

QUEST: New Game Plan, Same Goal for Batubenga

January 03, 2023

He had one year of football eligibility remaining and, after starting the previous two seasons, he wanted to compete for another season with the Yotes, which meant not transferring to another institution to study engineering.