If you’re interested in a career in engineering and you’d like some information about courses you ought to take next year, come to the Physics Seminar Room (Barnes 213) at 2 pm TODAY, Thursday, March 30th. This information is relevant whether or not you’re considering the 3-2 or 4-2 programs. There will be refreshments.

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In conjunction with the Linnemann Lecture 2017 (in Block 8) and the Office of Sustainability, we are offering a Sense of Place tour of New Belgium Brewery in Fort Collins, CO. The tour will be led by New Belgium’s Director of Sustainability and focus on how New Belgium is leading the field in sustainability. Trip will leave CC at 1PM and return by 8PM.
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Come see “2nd GenerAsian,” an original thesis play by Angela Kong about Asian identity and the international journey to find her family roots, fighting against the omnipresent influences of marginalization, fetishization, and racial assimilation in every corner of her travels.
Written and performed by Angela Kong, directed by Peter Chen and Connor McCaslin
Shows will be in Taylor Theatre in Bemis Hall at CC on Saturday at 8:00pm and on Sunday at 4:00pm.
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~tryna SELL your ART?!~ jewelry, pottery, t-shirts, paintings, drawings, sculptures etc…We are trying to help students get attention for their creations and maybe even make some cash!
Submit to the Artificium, a student art catalogue that sells and/or rents out your art. submissions close the second week of 7 block. contact Hannah Seabright at hseabright@gmail.com or Liz Ellinger at liz.ellinger@coloradocollege.edu with your submissions!
a few pages will be dedicated to the theme UNREST.

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Summer Session 2017 – Block A HY: 200 – American History, American Film
Email Professor Bryan Rommel-Ruiz with any questions: BRuiz@ColoradoCollege.edu
This course looks at the ways historical films engage the American past. As it looks at the relationship between cinematic and academic history, it will focus on two pivotal,

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Carolyn Merchant “Autonomous Nature: Resistance versus Control” Monday, April 3 at 6:00pm in Richard F. Celeste Theatre
“Autonomous Nature” depicts the history of nature as rebellious, recalcitrant, rambunctious, and unruly. Despite the dramatic achievements of Western science, the limits of nature’s predictability are still manifested
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Prize on War, Violence and Human Values
Colorado College offers an annual prize for the best student work illuminating War, Violence and Human Values with particular emphasis on the Human Experience of War. The prize will be presented at the Honors Convocation in May.
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“Why Not a Liberal Arts In Prison Program?” George Drake March 30 @ 4pm – McHugh Commons
Drake’s presentation is entitled “WHY NOT A LIBERAL ARTS IN PRISON PROGRAM?” Drake will invite discussion in advocacy of education as both prevention of recidivism and fulfillment of civic responsibility in the liberal arts tradition.
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There are two weeks left of the ski season! Copper Mountain’s last day is April 16th, so why not hit the slopes before they close!
Outdoor Education is selling Day Pass Lift Tickets to Copper Mountain! Each ticket purchased is good for any one day of skiing during the 2016-2017 ski season! Purchase your tickets on SUMMIT. Tickets are only $70!
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