Staged by Ballet artist and instructor, Debra Mercer, Huapango, choreographed in 1965 by Enrique Martinez. Huapango is a Mexican dance, composed by Juan Pablo Moncayo. Tickets are available at the Worner Student Center or at the door. Free with a CC I.D. $5 general public.
Theatre and Dance at 719-389-6637 or
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Posted by squinn@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the March 6, 2017 digest.

Nominations are now being accepted for The Butler Center and Heads of State Awards for Diversity & Inclusion! Every year, students, faculty, staff, alumni, events and organizations are honored for their work to promote diversity and inclusion at Colorado College. All students, faculty, staff and alumni are invited to nominate themselves or their colleagues! More information, awards descriptions, criteria and the nomination form can be found on The Butler Center website, Facebook page, or here:

Posted by liliana.delman@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the March 5, 2017 digest.

“I’m no longer accepting the things I cannot change. I’m changing the things I cannot accept.” ~Angela Davis
Celebrate Women’s History in Tutt Library: Browse art, reference, history, diaries, letters, and the Wisdom of women. Learn more from the female voices of the Western Frontier and the women who hold together half the world!

Posted by Mimi.Wheatwind@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the March 5, 2017 digest.

Office of the Academic Dean and the Art Department present: Yetunde Olaiya, resident Riley Scholar will speak Thursday March 9 at 1200-100pm in the Bemis Lounge. Title: “We No Longer Build Haphazardly”: Jean-Henri Calsat and the Technopolitics of Postwar Architectural Production in French Black Africa

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Posted by cyndy.hines@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the March 4, 2017 digest.

Staff Council is seeking volunteers or nominees for the Compensation Committee and Diversity and Equity Advisory Board. Please Consider what you may be able to offer as well as what you might learn from your participation in these important campus committees.

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Posted by sarah.bogard@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the March 4, 2017 digest.

Two Human Resource policies have proposed changes that are being opened up for a 30-day comment period. The proposed changes to the Nepotism in Employment and Outside Employment policies can be viewed and commented on at
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Posted by Lyrae.Williams@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the March 4, 2017 digest.

Are you or one of your loved ones diagnosed with bipolar disorder? Senior psychology major, Cassie Cohen, is synthesizing research on the link between bipolar disorder and creativity in hopes of exploring a positive stereotype in this specific mental illness. She is seeking to discuss the implications of these findings with a group of individuals who have the most at stake. The event will take place at 12:15 pm on Wed, March 8 in Tutt Science. Lunch will be served. Email with interest, RSVP and for room #.

Posted by KErdal@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the March 4, 2017 digest.