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Congratulations, Class of 2019!

CMC’s 72nd commencement was a celebratory success filled with messages of love, courage, and personal triumph. To relive the day, watch video highlights, scroll
through the online photo gallery, and read our story recap.

Bruno Youn
Finding his voice

Student commencement speaker Bruno Youn ’19 shared his autism journey with the Los Angeles Times.

Lindsay Burton
Duty to serve

Lindsay Burton ’19 is ready to answer the Army’s call for dedicated leaders.

Fulbright winners
Several CMCers earn national honors

Five students were awarded Fulbrights as part of this year’s grant and scholarship winners.

Stephen Bullock
Steve Bullock ’88 to run for president

The two-term Montana governor majored in politics, philosophy, and economics while at CMC.

Eugene Wolver
Longtime Trustee Eugene Wolver ’51 dies

Wolver was one of the longest serving members of CMC’s Board of Trustees and a past president of the CMC Alumni Association.

Ath fellows
New Athenaeum fellows announced

Woolley Fellows Laleh Ahmad ’20 and Sophia Krivatsy ’20 will be the student faces of the Ath for 2019-20.

Athena tennis players
Tennis, golf compete for national titles

Several CMS teams earned SCIAC championships, with men’s and women’s tennis battling to the very end at Nationals.

Connor Bloom
Best of both worlds

From day one, Connor Bloom ’19 knew science and economics would be a natural fit at CMC.

Gaston Espinosa
Immigrants and evangelicals

Religious studies professor Gastón Espinosa examines how Latinos have influenced American politics.

Coreen Rodgers
Coreen Rodgers named vice president of business, chief operating officer

She will oversee CMC’s financial and operational enterprises, among other duties, starting next week.

CMC student with thesis
This is YOUR moment

Make an end of fiscal year gift to the Annual Fund by June 30th.

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