TH330 PERFORMANCE AWAY: L O N D O N is one of the grrreat CC classes – 20+ fantastic shows – plays (Shakespeare – of course – to the latest cutting edge), Dance. Opera. Musicals, Circus, Stand Up Comedy, a Foreign Language play, Solo Performance, Shakespeare at the Globe Theatre – you name it we see it. PLUS trips to Stratford upon Avon and Brighton AND Backstage Tours and Museum & Art Gallery visits. Just email me for more details
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The Office of International Programs (OIP) is currently accepting applications for the following positions:
* Global Scholars Program (GSP) Mentor * International Student Orientation (ISO) Mentor
The application deadline for both positions is MONDAY, APRIL 10.
For more details, see the job descriptions and application instructions posted at: http://tiny.cc/OIPstudentjobs. Questions? Contact Lisa Kosiewicz Doran, International Student Specialist, at ISS@ColoradoCollege.edu.
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TUESDAY APRIL 4 IS THE LAST DAY YOU CAN VOTE IN THE CITY ELECTIONS! Are you registered to vote in Colorado? If so, one of the most important local elections is happening right now! Every vote counts! For more info, see below.
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Come for the taco bar and conversation with students from the Feminist and Gender Studies Department. If you’re interested in majoring or minoring, now is your chance to hear about students’ experiences, get recommendations, and ask questions. Hope to see you there! If you have questions/concerns email Jazlyn.Andrews@ColoradoCollege.edu; Ivy.Wappler@ColoradoCollege.edu; or Salem.Tewelde@ColoradoCollege.edu
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Psychoanalysis lecture: Nancy McWilliams: “Wisdom in Psychoanalysis,” 2 PM Friday, April 7, Slocum Commons.
Nancy McWilliams is one of the most revered psychoanalysts in the world whose books and videos on diagnosis and treatment are considered classics in the field. Nancy is a dynamic, elegant speaker who will talk about what we learn about who we are as humans from a psychoanalytic framework.
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Prize on War, Violence and Human Values
To send submissions or for further information, contact Professor Hochman by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone 719- 632-5494.
Colorado College offers an annual prize for the best student work illuminating War, Violence and Human Values with particular emphasis on the Human
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Do you have excellent customer service skills an outgoing personality, friendly demeanor? The Office of Human Resources (HR) is looking for an HR Assistant to work during the summer May 29 – August 25, 2017. You’ll assist the HR department with reception coverage, filing, and special projects throughout the summer. Interested? Applications are due April 12th! More information can be found at: tiny.cc/knw4jy
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CC’s first ever Tutt Talks! Student speakers will share how their passions can make an impact, or how they’re solving problems to improve the community. Experience this showcase of ideas, experiences and creativity in a forum similar to TED Talks. Wednesday, April 12th, 4p.m. in McHugh Commons. See you there!
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Don’t forget to stop by the Mod Pod today for your free taco plate! 4-6 pm, first come first serve. Sponsored by the QRC – located in the Gill house.
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LITTLE WOMEN the musical- see it FRI or SAT @ 7:30pm or SUN @ 3pm Packard Hall – a music dept production performed by Ali McGarigal, Sierra Melton, Maddie Miller, Annabel Driussi, Tierre Allen, Yifei Ma, Kari Day-Lucore, Caleb Kimble, and Yifei Ma. Directed by Daniel Fosha and Dan Brink. Based on the novel by Louisa May Alcott. No tickets needed, just get there early enough to get a seat!
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