Starting this block, will use a new secure site to add money or check balances on your CC Gold Card. This change won’t affect any funds currently posted to your Gold Card account. GET Funds will replace ManageMyID, and will allow you, and any other authorized users, to add money to your Gold Card. You will use your CC Single Sign On username and password to log in to GET Funds. Access GET Funds the same way you accessed ManageMyID from the CC website. Contact Student Accounts, x6698, or Finance, x6132, with questions.

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Come and join the Meditation Teaching: “Contemplation in Action: The Practice, Role, and Power of Meditation in Individual and Social Transformation” with Rev. Mac Legerton. It is taking place on Tuesday, April 4 at 5 pm in the Sacred Grounds Coffee House. Legerton is a long-time teacher and organizer for social and environmental justice and indigenous rights. Everyone is welcome and it’s free to public.

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Join the guest speaker, Rev. Mac Legerton’s talk on “Pipelines and Prejudice: from Dakota Access to Atlantic Coast Pipeline – from Fossil Fuels to Renewables” on Monday, April 3 at 6:30pm in Worner Center WES Room! Legerton comes to us directly from co-organizing the 15-day “Walk to Protect our People and Places We Live” in protest of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline. He’s a long-time teacher and organizer for social and environmental justice and indigenous rights. All are welcome.

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Join our first Chinese scholar Mr. Tao Liu’s Anthropology Talk “The Rise and Fall of Civil Society in Contemporary China” on April 4 @5:30pm in WCC WES room. This speech examines the history of NGOs in contemporary China and argues that ‘civil society’ is a narrative and interpretation that shape and mobilize the movement of NGOs in China.
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The English Department’s David Mason will be teaching EN 282: Beginning Poetry Writing during blocks 5-6 next year. Anyone who has taken EN 221: Introduction to Poetry is eligible to take the course, whether you want to major in English or not. It’s fun, and as filmmaker Jim Jarmusch has said, “I still think poets are like, for me, like rock stars. They’re kind of magical people. They should just be given whatever they want.”

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Riley Scholars Lecture Series presents Felicia Chavez, Departments of English and Film & Media
Title: DIGITAL STORYTELLING (OR WHY TECHNOLOGY HAS RUINED EVERYTHING)
Monday, April 3, 2017 Bemis Lounge 1200-100pm
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Block 8 PERFORMANCE AWAY: LONDON 20+ fabulous shows in the world’s greatest performance capital Block 6 ADVANCED PERFORMANCE: DOCUMENTARY THEATRE learn about and create your own piece of fact based theatre – historical or Right Now Half Block SOLO PERFORMANCE Create your own solo performance – acting or singing or dancing or stand up comedy doing just about anything! Block 3 ACTING 1 THE class for challenge & fun Block 1 ACTING 2 – the next stage in the challenge

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Join faculty, staff, and alumni to discuss responsibility and resistance in diverse societies at a Phi Beta Kappa Deliberation Workshop with Professor Jose Medina of Vanderbilt University. This Friday, 3-5 pm, Gaylord Hall, Worner Center. RSVPs and a short reading required. More in longer message.
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