This week’s 30min offerings: Monday 12:15 (Kara), Wednesday 12:15 and Thursday 3:30pm. (Emilie).
Traditional beginner-level Hatha yoga. Focus is on self-care and body awareness. You can come as you are, no special clothing needed as long as you can sit, crouch and reach up comfortably (looser clothing preferred). All levels welcome. Mats available, but you can bring yours if it’s convenient.

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CC is committed to an environment free of harassment and discrimination. This session will explore the policies and complaint processes related to these topics and assist community members in understanding the role they play in providing a positive work environment. Professional boundary maintenance and effective intervention strategies will also be explored.

Join Heather Kissack, Title IX Coordinator | Rochelle Dickey-Mason, Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Students and Prevention | Kara Deschenes, Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Employees and Athletics​ on Tuesday, 11/5/19 from 1-3 by registering today!

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Faculty Lunch #3 featuring Dr. Dwanna L. McKay

Navigating Indigenous Identity

Are we talking about Indians, American Indians, Natives, Native Americans, Indigenous Peoples, First Peoples, or Original Peoples? Are we talking about “tribes” or sovereign nations? Are we talking about what we call ourselves or what the colonial powers named us? Furthermore, are we talking about race, ethnicity, cultural identity, tribal identity, national identity, or some other form of identity? Indigenous folk in the United States navigate and negotiate complex amounts of social identity. Why is this important? Because for Native and Indigenous persons in the US, the consequences and lived experiences associated with these different forms of identity representation are at best, complex, and at worst, alienating and discriminatory. Indigeneity involves racial, cultural, and political identity criteria, which serve to construct boundaries–boundaries that serve to confuse our ability to define and identify Indigeneity. Indeed, very little consensus exists about Indigenous identity among or between individuals, communities, or academia. We continue to struggle with questions like: What constitutes Indigeneity? How do we measure Indianness? How do we account for identity variations between reservation, non-reservation, urban, and rural living? Who truly possesses, performs, or holds American Indian identity? In other words, who is a “real Indian” today? This talk will explore my findings through conversations with 698 people who represent 322 federally recognized tribes.

Dr. Dwanna L. McKay, Assistant Professor of Indigenous Studies in the Race, Ethnicity, and Migration Studies Program at Colorado College

11/5/19 Gaylord Hall – Family style lunch provided

Click the following link to register:

11:45am Doors Open and lunch on tables
12:15pm Talk begins
1:15pm Event Concludes

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Fall Break 2019 – Transportation to Denver International Airport.

Two shuttles are available, one on Friday, November 22nd @ 1:00 PM and one on Saturday, November 23rd @ 7:00 AM.

The cost is $20, non-refundable, payable at the time of registration. Please stop by the Worner Campus Center Desk to sign up. The buses will be departing from the south side of Worner.

If these times do not work with your travel plans, Groome Transportation is available:…

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Join the Office of Alumni and Family Relations on Friday, November 1, from 2-3:30 p.m. at Tutt Alumni House to celebrate Debra Zarecky and wish her well in her next adventure! Debra has made a significant impact during her 14 years at CC and will be greatly missed. She is moving to Pennsylvania next month, so stop by to see her and enjoy some light refreshments.

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The Butler Center and MASC invites you to join us for an honest and open dialogue about masculinity in our community. We encourage all masculine-identifying students, staff, and faculty to share their perspectives, and hopefully learn from one another. Our first discussion group will be held on the second Tuesday, Oct. 29, from 4:00 – 5:30 PM at Loomis Lounge.

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We are looking for student volunteers who have a strong interest in the Center’s activities and our principles of engagement. The Butler Center Ambassadors carry our messages and information to the spaces they occupy on campus. At the same time, they will have access to our holistic mentoring, special invitations to events, unique opportunities, ambassador swag, surprise gifts, and so much more! If you know of any students who would be interested in this position, please direct them to the link below:…
Application Deadline: Nov. 4, 2019.

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