Buddhist statue at the Zen Center Crestone, CO

Wednesday and Thursday, November 4 and 5; fourteen of my Eastern Philosophy & Religion students participated in a two-evening seminar with Christian Dillo Roshi, the Director and Main Teacher of…

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Summer Bucket List

1. Have a backyard campout. Pitch a tent or sleep under the stars. If you have a firepit, toast some s’mores for dessert! 2. Spend the day outdoors, hiking a…

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Now, more than ever, we need to take care of ourselves. Ashley Smith, CRMS Director of Counseling is sharing some tips to help you and your family through this uncertain…

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This article has been shared from the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkley. Teens are not made for isolation, which makes COVID-19 especially hard on them. Here’s how to…

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Freshman year of high school is a time of immense change for students. CRMS provides intentional programming that prepares and supports 9th graders for the new challenges introduced by a…

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Adults have always worried about the health and well-being of our teens. The teen years are a vulnerable time of immense brain growth and of leaning into adulthood without fully…

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I am sitting with my son on a plane the day he turned thirteen, and almost precisely at the moment that would mark his birthday, the sweet little boy presented…

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As a nation, we seem more obsessed with being happy than at any time before, and research would suggest that this pursuit of happiness has only made us unhappier. It…

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