After graduating from UCCS with degrees in communications and psychology, Cornelius started racking up awards and honors for her poetry. Her most recent honor came in October 2021, when she was named the Pikes Peak Library District’s Poet Laureate. (More)
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There are times in life when our plans seem inevitable. We expect everything to go a certain way — but then it all changes. For Katherine Latona ’18, an Arts History alumna, life after graduation didn’t go as planned. But Latona landed on her feet, and is now an archivist for the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee. (More)
Nicole LeDoux always dreamed of getting involved with her community. Like many, her post-graduation plans were halted due to the pandemic. We caught up with her to hear how she’s rerouted her career plans towards a new dream. (More)
For Missy Uveges ’19, being an ICU nurse is about rigor, autonomy, trust, teamwork and intensity – and decisions that mean the difference between life and death. She couldn’t imagine a better career. (More)