Award-winning artist Prahlad Singh Tipanya and his ensemble sing the poetry of Kabir, the great iconoclastic mystic of 15th-century North India, in the vigorous and joyful folk style of Madhya Pradesh’s Malwa region. Saturday, April 8 at 4:00 pm in Celeste Theatre, Cornerstone Arts Center. Free and open to the public. This group performed to great acclaim — and some spontaneous dancing in the aisles — before a full-house in Shove Chapel in 2003. Don’t miss this wonderful music!

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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 7, 2017 digest.

Western counties with more federal public lands are performing economically better than those without, why is that? Ray Rasker will explore how the vast open spaces of the American West transformed from a liability to the region’s primary economic advantage in the next State of the Rockies Speaker Series installment on 4/12 at 7pm in Cornerstone. Lori Weigel, who worked on our “Conservation in the West Poll” will also speak on “Public Opinion Entering the Trump Era” in this event co- sponsored by the El Pomar Foundation.

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The Jew as Pariah or Brahmin: On the Rise of Dravidian Populism and the Limits of Transnational Anti-Elite Figures
Matthew H. Baxter, PhD – comparative political theorist focusing on South Asia with a particular emphasis on Tamil-speaking South India and Non-Brahmin Politics.
April 11 @ 3pm Palmer 230

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The annual CC Authors Reception will be Monday, April 24, 3:30-5:00 in Special Collections in the current incarnation of Tutt Library, formerly known as Tutt South. If you’ve published since May 2016, check the longer version of this message to see if you’re on the list. We know we don’t have everyone yet! All faculty and staff are invited
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Posted by jrandall@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the April 7, 2017 digest.

I’m clearing out the house! BIG yard sale on Saturday April 8 and Sunday April 9 – 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. A bit of furniture, housewares, decorative items, sewing fabrics and dress form, some tools, garden supplies, and tons of miscellany. 709 Prairie Road (2 miles east of campus, off Cache la Poudre
Any questions email or call me (719) 761-2063

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