Join the CCE, the Office of Sustainability, and Bon App as we celebrate the Fall Harvest at the Colorado College Student Farm! Please join fellow CC students for a banquet that includes fresh vegetables from the CC Student Farm, at a special Stewart House event.

The Fall Harvest Banquet is Thursday, 4 October at Stewart House (1228 Wood Ave.) from 6:00 to 8:00pm!

Ticket information: Space is limited. Tickets will be available at the Worner Desk starting Sept. 28. $30, $15 with a student ID. All proceeds benefit the CC student farm – the mission of which is to promote sustainable food production at Colorado College and in the Pikes Peak Region.

Posted by asiracusa@coloradocollege.edu for the September 29, 2018 digest.

Gold and Guns: Colorado and the Civil War West
Megan Kate Nelson – writer and historian

Cornerstone 131 (Screening Room) Tuesday, October 2 – 6:00pm

When most people think of Civil War battlefields, they do not think of high mountain passes, desert rivers, and deep red rock canyons. But they should. Between 1861 and 1865, the Union Army fought a series of battles against three different enemies in New Mexico and Arizona: Confederates, Apaches, and Navajos. In the end, they won most of these battles and saved the West for the Union. They were able to do this for a variety of reasons: the willingness of Colorado gold miners and Hispano New Mexicans to volunteer for the war effort; the Union Army’s use of hard-war tactics against all of their opponents; and the Lincoln Administration’s vision of a free-labor future, which required both African-American emancipation and Native American incarceration. In her talk, Nelson will tell these little-known stories of the Civil War, and explain the significance of the West in the fight for America’s future.

Posted by jpopiel@coloradocollege.edu for the September 29, 2018 digest.

. Toward A Daily Anti-Racist Agenda – 10/2/18 tiny.cc/bbt6yy
. The Economics of Higher Education (President Tiefenthaler) – 10/3/18 tiny.cc/xbt6yy
. Money at Work 2: Sharpening Investment Skills – 10/4/18 tiny.cc/xct6yy
. How to Make Email Livable (A CC Best Practice Topic) – 10/9/18 tiny.cc/let6yy
. Question, Persuade, Refer: Ask a Question, Save a Live – 10/9/18 tiny.cc/tdt6yy
. Catch Me If You Can – 10/10/18 tiny.cc/vit6yy
. The Creative Workplace: Bringing Your Creativity into Your Work Life (A CC Best Practice Topic) – 10/11/18 tiny.cc/7jt6yy
. Developing a Sense of Place – 10/12/18 tiny.cc/pfedzy
. *+Anti-Harassment & Discrimination – 10/16/18 tiny.cc/nhedzy
. *Recruiting Talent at CC – 10/16/18 tiny.cc/jjedzy
. *Emergency Preparedness: Your Role in Campus Emergencies – 10/18/18 tiny.cc/pmedzy
*Required course for certification in the Great CC Supervisor program
+Required course for certification in the Supervising Student Employees program

Posted by jbridge@coloradocollege.edu for the September 28, 2018 digest.

As part of the “Assistant Vice President Invites” series, LGBTQIA+ members and allies are invited to the Pride Luncheon on Thursday, October 4th from 12:15 to 1:30pm in Gaylord Hall, Lloyd E. Worner Campus Center. This year’s luncheon will feature Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha, author of Care Work: Dreaming Disability Justice, Dirty River: A Queer Femme of Color Dreaming Her Way Home (short-listed for the Lambda and Publishing Triangle Awards), Bodymap, Love Cake (Lambda Literary Award winner) and co-editor of The Revolution Starts At Home: Confronting Intimate Violence in Activist Communities. She is a lead artist with Sins Invalid.
This is an all campus event and attendees are asked to RSVP by clicking the following link: na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fcoloradocollege.ungerboeck.com%2Fprod%2Femc00%2Fregister.aspx%3FOrgCode%3D10%26EvtID%3D31048%26AppCode%3DREG%26CC%3D118091803651&data=02%7C0.
*Please note that this is a scent-free event. Please do not wear any scented products (i.e. cologne, perfume, etc.)

Posted by ngough@coloradocollege.edu for the September 28, 2018 digest.

October 3 at 4:00 PM in South Commons is a meeting for tuition remission for the 19-20 school year. If you have a dependent student who may be attending college in the 19-20 year, this is the meeting for you! We will be discussing paperwork and process, how aid works for students, and a representative from Admissions will also present on the admissions process if your child is looking at Colorado College. The campus calendar event and registration can be found using the link below.

www.coloradocollege.edu/newsevents/calendar/details.html?EventID=30724&booking=1

Questions, contact Shannon Amundson at samundson@coloradocollege.edu

Posted by kclinton@coloradocollege.edu for the September 28, 2018 digest.

Aficionados Speakers Series Lunch Lecture, Wednesday, Oct. 31, noon

“What Is a Book?” by Jessy Randall

What is a book? What was a book? What will books be in the future? Curator Jessy Randall will show materials from Colorado College Special Collections that may or may not answer these questions.

To make a reservation for any of the lunch lectures, please call (719) 389-6334
or e-mail swshulbert@coloradocollege.edu

Gaylord Hall, main floor of Worner Campus Center, 902 N. Cascade Ave.
*Admission: $5 Registration Fee/No Cost to CC Gold Card Holders*
Space is limited to 100 registrants

Reservations are required by the Friday before each luncheon.

Posted by asintas@coloradocollege.edu for the September 28, 2018 digest.

2018-2019 Andrew Norman Lecture
Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018, 7 p.m.

“Cat Fights on the Río & Diabolic Caminos in the Desert: The nature of boundary enforcement in the US-Mexico borderlands” by Juanita Sundberg

In this lecture, Sundbger presents a more-than-human analysis of boundary making and enforcement at the United States’ southern border with Mexico. This form of analysis seeks to account for other-than-humans as actors who participate in making worlds. Familiar narratives about boundary enforcement at the US-Mexico border feature humans as the primary actors of significance and position other-than-humans in an inferior ontological realm called Nature. Struggles to manage lively assemblages of other-than-humans, has led state actors to call for authoritarian legal mechanisms and ever more militarized tactics and infrastructure like walls and surveillance technology. Sundberg suggests, attention to other-than-humans leads to different explanations for the causes of escalating enforcement in the US-Mexico borderlands; such explanations contest the pursuit of mastery.

Juanita Sundberg is Associate Professor in the Department of Geography at the University of British Columbia, Canada; she is also Faculty Associate at the Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality, and Social Justice as well as the Institute for Resources, Environment & Sustainability also at the University of British Columbia.

South Hall Commons, 130 E. Cache La Poudre Street

Posted by asintas@coloradocollege.edu for the September 28, 2018 digest.

Ethnic Studies Town Hall Meeting Wednesday, Oct. 3, 7pm
“Liberating Ways of Knowing: Ethnic Studies and Growing Our Own Educators” by Dr. Angela Valenzuela

This discussion and town hall meeting format will address recent developments in Ethnic Studies curricular politics and policies, providing a comparative regional perspective on this nation-wide educational and social movement.

Angela Valenzuela is a professor in both the Cultural Studies in Education Program within the Department of Curriculum & Instruction and the Educational Policy and Planning Program within the Department of Educational Administration at the University of Texas at Austin where she also serves as the director of the University of Texas Center for Education Policy.

Edith Kinney Gaylord Cornerstone Arts Center, Screening Room 825 N. Cascade Ave.

Free and Open to the public

Posted by asintas@coloradocollege.edu for the September 28, 2018 digest.

Taste Restaurant at the Fine Arts Center is now be open THURSDAY and FRIDAY for lunch service from 11 am to 2 pm. Reservations can be made by calling the front desk at (719) 634-5581. View the menu here: na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.csfineartscenter.org%2Fvisit%2Fdining_shopping%2Ftaste%2F&data=02%7C01%7CStaffDigest%40coloradocollege.edu%7Cc6b7ea2a6e494ee0a5e908d6248… We look forward to seeing you!

Posted by austin.kumm@coloradocollege.edu for the September 28, 2018 digest.

CC benefits-eligible employees and their spouses/domestic partners as well as CC retirees and their spouses/domestic partners are eligible to participate in ONE of our biometric screenings this academic year. The screenings are planned for October 18 and March 14.

Registration is open NOW through October 15th for the October 18th biometric screening! Information will be provided in February if you prefer to attend the March event.

You do not need to pay for the basic biometric screening (height, weight, waist measurement, calculated BMI, glucose, and cholesterol) a $48.50 value!

We will have six additional tests available at your option and expense, see Instruction Guide on registration website: https://coloradocollege.lifehealthevents.com/files/CC_BIOMETRIC_SCREENING_INFORMATION_2018.pdf for information on additional tests and costs. Additional tests will be ordered and paid for the day of the event.

Complete registration instructions are available in the Instruction Guide which may be accessed on the registration website. Registration website is: https://coloradocollege.lifehealthevents.com.

Please note that everyone will need to Register, even if you participated last year. Please save your registration information in a safe place in case you need to go back into the website to change or cancel your appointment.

Results are sent via post and generally arrive a few weeks after testing. Results are sent to the address you provide when you register.

If you cannot attend in person on October 18th and want to test at a LabCorp facility contact the registration support team at 720-996-0957 and request a voucher.

If you participate in the college’s Cigna health plan you are encouraged to complete your health assessment online at mycigna.com. We are not providing gift cards for participation this year. The health assessment is a tool to help you understand your numbers, to provide access to additional tools should you need to make any lifestyle changes, and to store your numbers for year-to-year comparisons.

Posted by lmozingo@coloradocollege.edu for the September 28, 2018 digest.