March 5th (3rd Tuesday, 6th block) 6pm-8pm
Venue: Gaylord Hall

Join us for dinner and a panel/table discussion! This event focuses on connecting organizations/individuals who are working on environmental and other forms of activism in order to unite and coalesce a more effective and unified environmental movement. Representatives from the Sierra Club and, and environment solidarity network will be present, as well as leaders and members from environmental organizations on the CC campus.


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1. Which Deputy Officer of the Anti-Discrimination Policy oversees non-sexual misconduct cases involving students?
Answer: Dr. Paul Buckley

2. In what year did Ellis Ulysses Butler Jr., the CC alumnus the Butler Center is named after, graduate?
Answer: 1940

3. What is the Butler Center initiative that supports international student community building?
Answer: International Student Initiatives (ISI)

4. What is the Butler Center’s programmatic initiative that supports students who identify as women of color?
Answer: Mind, Body, Soul

5. What are the two specialist positions in the Butler Center?
Answer: Indigenous/Native American Student Support Specialist & Gender and Identity Development Specialist

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. COS Water 101 – 3/5/19
. Technology at CC (Brian Young) – 3/6/19
. Your Role in Responding to Lived Experiences of Trauma – 3/7/19
. How to Tell a Compelling Story – 3/12/19
. Mental Health First Aid – 3/14/19
. Recruiting Talent at CC – 3/14/19
. Toward a Daily Anti-Racist Agenda – 4/2/19
. Introduction to InDesign – 4/2/19
. Question, Persuade, Refer: Ask a Question, Save a Life – 4/3/19
. Show Me the Money! (Robert Moore) – 4/4/19

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If you weren’t able to attend the Retirement Plan Committee’s annual Year in Review report this past Monday but are interested in what was presented, you can access the presentation online.

Just go to the HR webpage, under Benefits & Wellness Events / Retirement Plan Committee. Near the bottom of the page you will see a link to the Year in Review deck for 2018 (our most recent plan year) and 2017.

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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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C 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. If you did not participate in the October 2018 screening, you are eligible to participate in the March 14th one.

Registration is open NOW through March 12th for the March 14th biometric screening!

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:… 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:…

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 March 14th 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 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.

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So, you’ve got a shiny new phone on your desk. Did you know you can use it from your computer? Did you know you’ve got Webex, too? Come to VoIP basic training tomorrow at 2 PM in 323 of Tutt Library to learn more about how you can more effectively use our phones and their associated services and tools!

  • February 28 at 2:00 pm
  • March 7 at 2:30 pm
  • March 21 at 1:00 pm

Please RSVP with your questions or just show up.

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