Campus Safety highly recommends all students store their bikes in their rooms for block break to prevent them from being stolen.

On December 20th at 7 AM, Campus Safety will be removing bikes from campus bike racks that appear to be abandoned, such as bikes with flat tires, missing parts or left unlocked will be removed. Bike owners will have till January 19th to reclaim their bike, at that time all bikes will be donated. Campus Safety are putting orange tags on bikes that say “Abandoned Property” to specify which bikes that will be removed. To help prevent your bike from being taken, store your bike in your room or work area for the break. Any questions, contact Campus Safety.

Posted by kdoughty@coloradocollege.edu for the December 19, 2018 digest.

During Winter Break, Mail Services will have limited hours and will not make department deliveries or pickups. We will be on campus, Dec. 24, Dec. 27, Dec. 31 and Jan. 3 from 9 a.m. to noon. During those times you may pick up any department mail and packages at Central Services, 815 Tejon. If you normally receive your mail at the Worner Mail Center, your mail and packages will still be available there during these times. Please be aware that some delivery drivers may not make it to campus during our limited hours and all packages for the College will be stored at their warehouse. We will resume normal deliveries on Monday, January 6, 2019. Happy Holidays from your Mail Services Team!

Posted by ascriven@coloradocollege.edu for the December 18, 2018 digest.

DUE DATE: TOMORROW!!!

Nominations for the new Dean of the Faculty are due tomorrow at noon!

The Dean Search Committee invites 1-3 page letters of nomination that speak to the candidate’s qualifications and experience as detailed in the job description (see the PDF attachment in the email dated 5 December, or contact Nicola Brooke for a new copy). Nominations should be submitted to Nicola Brooke, Executive Assistant to the Provost, by email (nbrooke@coloradocollege.edu) or in hard copy (Armstrong, Ste 100), NLT noon on Wednesday, December 19.

Posted by nbrooke@coloradocollege.edu for the December 18, 2018 digest.

To prepare for its move to Creekside in January, the Print Shop is offering a surplus of non-standard paper to the CC community for personal or business use. Stop by the Print Shop at 815 N. Tejon to pick up paper by next Wednesday Dec. 19. All remaining surplus will be donated or recycled.

Posted by ltimms@coloradocollege.edu for the December 18, 2018 digest.

Check out this video to see what the World Table is all about!
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World Table Series: Jiangnan Journey
Brought to you by Bon Appetit
Jan. 21, 2019, at 5pm in Bemis Great Hall
RSVP by January 14, 2019
Purchase tickets at The Preserve or email
Beatrice.Russel@ColoradoCollege.edu
Please join us at Bemis Great Hall for our inaugural
World Table Series, celebrating world cuisines!
*First Course: Tea smoked hard-boiled egg with sichuan peppercorn salt and scallion; sweet and sour sesame radish wedges; pork lion’s head meatball in chicken broth
*Main Course: Hangzhou soy sauce duck – seared duck breast finished in soy sauce glaze with spices, cool steamed eggplant with garlic dressing, Shanghai noodles with dried shrimp and spring onion oil
*Dessert: Eight-treasure rice. Glutinous rice pudding filled with red bean paste, topped with dried cherries, sultanas, apricots, plums and organic almonds

Posted by tyler.dexter@coloradocollege.edu for the December 17, 2018 digest.

Order today by 5pm! Now available: 1 dozen gingerbread cookies for $16, fudge, peanut brittle and peppermint bark available by the half or full pound for $7 and $12 respectively. Pick up & payment will be on December 19th in Colorado Coffee from 12p – 4p. Orders must be placed by December 17th. Email tyler.dexter@coloradocollege.edu to place your order. Happy holidays!

Posted by tyler.dexter@coloradocollege.edu for the December 17, 2018 digest.

Campus Safety highly recommends all students store their bikes in their rooms for block break to prevent them from being stolen.

On December 20th at 7 AM, Campus Safety will be removing bikes from campus bike racks that appear to be abandoned, such as bikes with flat tires, missing parts or left unlocked will be removed. Bike owners will have till January 19th to reclaim their bike, at that time all bikes will be donated. Campus Safety are putting orange tags on bikes that say “Abandoned Property” to specify which bikes that will be removed. To help prevent your bike from being taken, store your bike in your room or work area for the break. Any questions, contact Campus Safety.

Posted by kdoughty@coloradocollege.edu for the December 16, 2018 digest.