Dear Alumni, Parents, and Friends:

The College is thrilled to offer new virtual and social programming during these uncertain times. We hope you join us for the many lectures by faculty, social and self-help sessions, CMS events, and select a recipe or learn about a senior thesis from Postcards from the Ath. Check back often as we will update our offerings frequently.

Missed a session? Review our virtual library and catch-up on the many offerings.

We hope to see you online soon.

Conversations with Faculty and Research Institutes

Recovering Silenced Voices: Finding and Telling the Histories of Enslaved People with Professor Daniel Livesay, Ph.D., Associate Professor of History
Tuesday, July 21 | 11:00 a.m. Pacific
Millions of Americans suffered in slavery. Only a handful of them - Harriet Tubman, Frederick Douglass, Sojourner Truth - are recognized widely today. Historians struggle to tell the stories of enslaved individuals because they were rarely allowed to speak for themselves. This talk will focus on the lives of enslaved people who have not received much popular attention. It will explain what their day-to-day lives were like, what challenges they faced, and how they tried - and, at times, succeeded - to push back against their own oppression.Professor Livesay Registration

The Coronavirus Recession and Recovery: An Analysis of the Current Economic Situation as it Evolves with Professor Cameron Shelton and Professor Manfred Keil

Wednesday, July 29 | 10:00 a.m. Pacific
Professors Manfred Keil and Cameron Shelton are back for another round of economic analysis. During this session they will discuss how the economy is still being affected by COVID-19. Has the economy bounced back? Will it suffer more blows? Professors Shelton and Keil will also look towards the future to consider how the last half of 2020 will fare. Professor Shelton is the Director of the Lowe Institute of Political Economy and Professor Keil leads the forecast group within the Lowe Institute.Professors Keil and Shelton Registration

Professional Development and Social Connection

Geoff Russell '84

Traversing a Different Path With a CMC Degree: A Career In Golf Journalism with Geoff Russell '84
Tuesday, July 14 | 2:00 p.m. Pacific
Join us for a conversation spanning Arnold Palmer’s last competitive round, Tiger Woods’ first competitive round (sort of), the demise of print and the rise of digital, and trying to make golf work in the age of COVID-19. After graduating from CMC and earning a master’s degree in journalism from the Medill School at Northwestern University, Russell spent twenty-six years at Golf Digest magazine, twelve years at Golf World, and in 2012 became the executive editor of Golf Channel. He shared, "It wasn’t a career in law, politics or finance like most of my CMC friends and colleagues, but it’s been a wonderful journey."
Geoff Russell Registration

Governor Steve Bullock '88 P'24

A Conversation with Governor Steve Bullock '88 P'24 In Times of a Global Pandemic
Wednesday, July 15 | 4:00 p.m. Pacific
Born and raised in the "Treasure State," Governor Bullock graduated from CMC with a degree in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE). Currently in his second term as the Governor of Montana and his administration have focused on net neutrality, conservation of public lands, and availability of public education for all Montanans. He is currently a candidate for the U.S. Senate in the 2020 election.
Governor Bullock Registration

Senior Thesis PresentationsA CMC Capstone: Senior Thesis Presentations
Wednesday, July 22 | 10:00 a.m. Pacific
An incredible achievement and a rite of passage, CMC seniors work tirelessly each year to create a piece of scholarly work that represents their independent thought and research. Join us as three members of the Class of 2020 present their theses to the CMC community.
Annette Wong '20
"Desperate for Democracy: A Comparison between Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement and 2019 AntiELAB Protests" Annette will discuss two major anti-government protests that brought the city to a standstill.
Laleh Ahmed '20
"Killing Within Communities: What Causes Collective Violence, How We Remember It, and Why It Matters" Laleh will explore motivations for violence beyond traditional explanations of ethnic hatred or racism.
Max Knowles '20
"Populism: An Exploration into the American Case Through Academic Literature, Data Analysis, and Fiction" Max will discuss the rise of populism within the United States.
Senior Thesis Presentation Registration

Postcards from the Ath

The College was thrilled to launch Postcards from the Ath in April 2020. We encourage you to follow the stories and recipes on Instagram and Facebook. Make one of the recipes and share on Social Media!
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CMS Events
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