Join our first Chinese scholar Mr. Tao Liu’s Anthropology Talk “The Rise and Fall of Civil Society in Contemporary China” on April 4 @5:30pm in WCC WES room. This speech examines the history of NGOs in contemporary China and argues that ‘civil society’ is a narrative and interpretation that shape and mobilize the movement of NGOs in China.
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Join the guest speaker, Rev. Mac Legerton’s talk on “Pipelines and Prejudice: from Dakota Access to Atlantic Coast Pipeline – from Fossil Fuels to Renewables” on Monday, April 3 at 6:30pm in Worner Center WES Room! Legerton comes to us directly from co-organizing the 15-day “Walk to Protect our People and Places We Live” in protest of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline. He’s a long-time teacher and organizer for social and environmental justice and indigenous rights. All are welcome.

Posted by shanchuan.yin2@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the April 3, 2017 digest.

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

Posted by weston.taylor@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the April 2, 2017 digest.

Join the guest speaker, Rev. Mac Legerton’s talk on “Pipelines and Prejudice: from Dakota Access to Atlantic Coast Pipeline – from Fossil Fuels to Renewables” on Monday, April 3 at 6:30pm in Worner Center WES Room! Legerton comes to us directly from co-organizing the 15-day “Walk to Protect our People and Places We Live” in protest of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline. He’s a long-time teacher and organizer for social and environmental justice and indigenous rights. All are welcome.

Posted by shanchuan.yin2@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the April 2, 2017 digest.