How Did We Become the Incarceration Nation and Where Do We Go from Here? Peter Enns – Colorado College Alumnus, Professor of Government, Cornell University Thursday, April 13, 2017, 7pm Richard F. Celeste Theatre (light reception to follow talk) Enns is Executive Director of the Roper Center for Public Opinion Research at Cornell
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Posted by jpopiel@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the April 11, 2017 digest.

Join us Wednesday, April 12th for an evening of music and readings responding to the proposed elimination of four independent cultural agencies – the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Institute of Museum and Library Services, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Ioana Missits and Carolyn Warner of the Cleveland Orchestra will join students, staff, faculty and community leaders. Program begins at 7:30. Tasty reception at 7 pm. Free and open to the public!

Posted by Steven.Hayward@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the April 11, 2017 digest.

Russian and Soviet Bread presentation. Learn about different types of common Soviet and Russian breads, plus traditional rye flour and sourdough baking. The presentation will include sampling bread made from a standard Soviet recipe. Talk by Hilary McCandless-Beard.
+ Russian tea and pastries are provided.
Thursday, April 13th, Russian House, 3.30 pm.

Posted by lidiia.pletneva@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the April 10, 2017 digest.

Monument Creek is a great natural asset to our community, what can be done to reimagine our relationship with the creek to enrich our campus? The State of the Rockies Project, in collaboration with Innovation @ CC and the Office of Sustainability, is beginning to tackle this difficult question in a meeting next Monday (4/10) @ 5pm in the Morreale Carriage House. If you are interested in local natural resource issues, join us in turning to face the creek!

Posted by jonah.b.seifer@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the April 10, 2017 digest.