January in photos

Here’s a look at some of the favorite images from University Communications and Media Relations from January 2018, including new facilities, campus landscape, events, faculty and staff, and the lunar eclipse.

Images were collected with a mixture of staff photographers and user submissions. To submit your photos, email them to ur@uccs.edu.

Sunrise at the Ent Center for the Arts Jan. 31. Photo by Tom Kimmell.
The first sunset of 2018 from El Pomar Plaza. Photo by Ashley Skogen
Photo of the blue blood super moon during the lunar eclipse framed within Starr Kempf’s “Sunrise Serenade” at the Ent Center for the Arts on Jan. 31. Photo by Tom Kimmell
View of campus looking to Pikes Peak. Photo by Lillian Wright.
The Ent Center for the Arts and Starr Kempf’s “Space Needle” with the moon in the background. Photo by Tom Kimmell.
Snow on Pikes Peak after the first weekend of the spring semester. Photo by Savannah Waggoner.
Fans pack Gallogly Events Center for Blackout Night Jan. 19. Photo by Savannah Waggoner.
Students walking to their first classes of the spring semester on El Pomar Plaza on Jan. 16. Photo by Savannah Waggoner.
Faculty profile: Minette Church searches for untold stories. Photo by Anslee Wolfe.
Photo Feature: Ent Center for the Arts opens. Photo by Savannah Waggoner.
Photo feature: New climbing wall makes campus debut. Photo by Savannah Waggoner.
New emergency manager anxious to learn, help. Photo by Tom Hutton.
The Ent Center of the Arts from Eagle Rock Road during a sunset Jan. 18. Photo by Savannah Waggoner.
The Ent Center for the Arts from the sculpture garden Jan. 18. Photo by Savannah Waggoner.
“Space Needle” by Starr Kempf at the Ent Center for the Arts. Photo by Tom Kimmell.
“Sunrise Serenade” by Starr Kempf at the Ent Center for the Arts. Photo by Tom Kimmell.

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