Join State of the Rockies Project on Wednesday, May 3rd at 7:00 p.m in Gaylord Hall for our final Speakers Series event of the academic year! We will be hosting a panel of water experts from law and consulting firms as well as land and water trusts. They will address current issues affecting the state’s water policy and management, and cover innovative actions underway throughout the state to address our most important resource. RSVP encouraged at bit.ly/2p3K4B7

Posted by jonah.b.seifer@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the April 28, 2017 digest.

The school year is coming to a close, have you made plans for summer? Colorado College’s Summer Session is offering over 40 courses during Block A and Block B, ranging from Film to Anthropology to Philosophy. Fulfill a critical perspective, use your Wild Card, and spend your summer in Colorado. Summer 2017 Dates Block A: May 31-June 23 Block B: June 26-July 20 Feel free to email us with questions, or stop by our office in Armstrong Hall 219.

Posted by katherine.ruckstuhl@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the April 28, 2017 digest.

TONIGHT!! “Just Speak, Just Listen, Just Move” Friday, April 28, 2017 7:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. In this multidisciplinary performance hosted by Idris Goodwin, a New Mexico-based collective of dancers, poets, painters, rappers, and musicians blend their multicultural influences to create an unforgettable performance. Location Celeste Theatre, 825 N. Cascade Ave. Free to the Public

Posted by squinn@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the April 28, 2017 digest.

Welcome to join the last Anthropology Talk in this semester with Satish Kumar on “Toward an Era of Ecology and Imagination: Heartening Words in Trying Times.” Kumar is a former monk and well-known peace and environment activist. This event is happening on Monday, May 15, at 12:30pm in Olin Lecture 1.
Click here for full text of message. listserv1.coloradocollege.edu/digestmessages/syin167470.html

Posted by shanchuan.yin2@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the April 28, 2017 digest.

Theatre Workshop is very excited to announce that Gregor’s Very, Very Peaceful Garden will be returning to the physical dimension THIS WEEK as a new audiodrama by Alec Sarche.
No sign-ups necessary. Performances begin every 2 minutes. Taylor Theatre will be open Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 3pm to 7pm (4/25-28) for anyone to take the ten-minute Tour.

Posted by Alec.Sarche@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the April 27, 2017 digest.

Welcome to join the last Anthropology Talk in this semester with Satish Kumar. Kumar is a former monk and well-known peace and environment activist. This event is happening on Monday, May 15, at 12:30pm in Olin Lecture 1.
Click here for full text of message. listserv1.coloradocollege.edu/digestmessages/syin166722.html

Posted by shanchuan.yin2@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the April 27, 2017 digest.

Rachel Kurtz Concert and Hymn Sing. Kurtz follows in the footsteps of gospel-activist Mavis Staples, while contributing to the neo-soul revivalist movement spearheaded by like minded artists Alabama Shakes, Adele, and Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings. Shove Chapel at Colorado College April 27th, at 7:00PM. The concert is free, ecumenical, and open to the public. Sponsored by the Colorado College Catholic Community, The Chaplain’s Office, and the Paul Frederick Sheffer Fund.

Posted by Brandy.Lachocki@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the April 27, 2017 digest.