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 10, 2017 digest.

“The truth is, libraries are raucous clubhouses for free speech, controversy, and community” ~Paula Poundstone
Come to Tutt Library during this week (April 9th- 15th) and enjoy Daily Contests, Origami Transformations, Leisure Reading, and our usual crew of Friendly Library Staff. The Fun continues all week.

Posted by Mimi.Wheatwind@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the April 10, 2017 digest.

Do you use Microsoft Excel? Would you like to use it more effectively? Come to Tech Tuesday this week on the 11th at 3 PM in the Barnes computer lab (Barnes 203) for several MS Excel tips and tricks that are sure to save you time and frustration when working with spreadsheets.   This is the second in a four-part joint Tech Tuesday/Excel@CC. Attendance at this session counts toward credit in the ITS: FUNdamentals track – just be sure to sign in! Watch the Events digest for a reminder.   It happens today at 3 PM in the Barnes computer lab (Barnes 203). Tech Tuesdays are for students, faculty, and staff. Chocolate and stylus pens will be available for attendees.

Posted by weston.taylor@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the April 10, 2017 digest.

Do you use Microsoft Excel? Would you like to use it more effectively? Come to Tech Tuesday this week on the 11th at 3 PM in the Barnes computer lab (Barnes 203) for several MS Excel tips and tricks that are sure to save you time and frustration when working with spreadsheets.   This is the second in a four-part joint Tech Tuesday/Excel@CC. Attendance at this session counts toward credit in the ITS: FUNdamentals track – just be sure to sign in! Watch the Events digest for a reminder.   It happens today at 3 PM in the Barnes computer lab (Barnes 203). Tech Tuesdays are for students, faculty, and staff. Chocolate and stylus pens will be available for attendees.

Posted by weston.taylor@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the April 9, 2017 digest.

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)
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Posted by jpopiel@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the April 8, 2017 digest.

You’re invited to the Block 7 In the Loop all-staff meeting Thursday, April 20, in Bemis Great Hall. Breakfast will be served from 8 to 8:30 a.m., with the meeting directly following. It’s the last ITL of this academic year; make sure to submit your questions in advance, so they may be addressed during the question and answer period: tinyurl.com/njsfmh2

Posted by stephanie.wurtz@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the April 8, 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 8, 2017 digest.