The Budget Reallocation Training sessions will be held during the second and third week of March in Spencer Center Conference Room 222, located by the Finance & Administration department.
Only 6 attendees per session to ensure focused training. This will be a hands-on training, so participants need to bring their own laptops or portable devices with access to Self-Service Banner. Laptops are also available for check-out through ITS.

Sessions are:
Monday, March 11 from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Tuesday, March 12 from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Thursday, March 21 from 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Friday, March 22 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
To register, follow this link or copy paste in your internet browser to select the time/date you would like to attend.…

If you have questions, please contact Enid Ruiz-Mattei x6854.

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Mar 7, @ 07:30 pm, Mar 8, @ 07:30 pm, Mar 9, 2019 at 07:30 pm Celeste Theatre. Cornerstone Arts Center 825 N. Cascade.

*Every culture has its own stories and narratives. A need to tell and hear stories is essential to the species Homo sapiens – second in necessity apparently after nourishment and before love and shelter. Millions survive without love or home, almost none in silence. The opposite of silence leads quickly to narrative, and the sound of story is the dominant sound of our lives.

*Join us for an evening of dance featuring choreography by Dallo Fall, Patrizia Herminjard, Ron Jules, Debra Mercer and Pallavi Sriram along with five dance students: Emily Burnham ’19, Su Lynn Eu ’21, Maggie Mehlman ’19, Ankita Sharma ’21 and Haley Wright ’22.

*Tickets available at the Worner Student Center or at the door.
free with CC ID, $5.00 General public

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Colorado College in collaboration with Temple Shalom and Temple Beit Torah is pleased to present SHALOM/SALAAM: A CELEBRATION OF JEWISH AND ARABIC MUSIC at Shove Chapel on Saturday March 2 at 7:00 pm. The concert unites klezmer fusion band Hal Aqua and The Lost Tribe with Middle Eastern ensemble Zuruna for a passionate concert of multicultural diversity. You can expect to hear soulful Arabic groove music, raucous klezmer tunes, and collaborative jamming that meets in the middle. Both bands feel strongly that in these times of divisiveness and fear of the “other,” it’s especially important for musicians to find common ground in songs of peace, love, and coexistence.

HAL AQUA AND THE LOST TRIBE play klezmer fusion -an exuberant musical experience, rooted firmly in traditional Jewish modes and melodies and driven by contemporary rhythms and danceable grooves.

Middle Eastern ensemble ZURUNA fosters the sensuous rhythms and sounds of music from North Africa, Iraq, Iran, Syria, Turkey, Israel and Palestine.

Tickets are $10 for community members and available at the Worner Center Information desk. Colorado College students, faculty and staff are free with a valid ID.

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1. Name 2 Butler Center Heads of State awards for diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Answer: Taizo Nakashima Emerging Leader Award, Outstanding Student Organization Award in Recognition of Contributions to the Development of Inter-cultural Understanding, Ginger Morgan Legacy Award for Feminist and/or LGBTQIA+ Initiatives, The Butler Group Student Organization Gold Award, The Frederick Roberts and Charles Jackson Outstanding Student Leader Award, The Theodore Roosevelt Collins Outstanding Faculty/Staff Award, The Rochelle T. Mason Award for an Outstanding Event Contributing to the Empowerment of Communities of Color (Students, Staff, Faculty, Alumni, Student Organizations)

2. What is the name of the living/learning community in residential life that is also a programmatic initiative of the Butler Center?
Answer: The Enclave LLC

3. Name the two ways sophomores can be involved with the S.A.I.L Mentorship Program in the Butler Center.
Answer: S.A.I.L Mentoring Program, Sophomore Gatherings

4. What is the purpose of #imstaying?
Answer: It is an initiative to encourage students to participate in meaningful and holistic opportunities over extended and regular block breaks. We want students to feel inspired to share their experience(s) with their peers.

5. What is the Butler Center initiative that supports first generation college students?
Answer: First Generation Collegiate Program

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Interested in increasing your understanding of systemic issues our communities face, including the topics of race, mental illness, homelessness, and the criminal justice system? Consider joinng the Ignite Thought Incite Change Book Club on Facebook (…)! Participants can post engaging questions about the books as well as articles, videos, and ask for audience feedback about the broader topic throughout the month leading up to a live event at Penrose Library. Anyone going to the live event should RSVP to For live dates, themes, and more information, visit their website:…. The current book is Insane, by Alisa Roth, as members think about and discuss how we treat mental illness.

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Tonight, we will gather in the living room of the Spanish Language House to get relaxed, eat some popcorn, and watch a movie! Select your favorite option, at… (Spanish and Portuguese Colorado College).
Place: Spanish Language House

Time: 9:10 pm

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