We are looking for weekend childcare / babysitting help for our son (5 yr) and daughter (2.5 yr). Days/times are flexible and agreed upon one at a time, schedules permitting. Prior experience welcomed but not required. Patience and gentleness are essential. Transportation provided if necessary. $14 to $17 per hour.
If interested, please click the link to go to a quick survey where you can get and provide more information.
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Submit your artwork, poetry, or prose, to Leviathan, Colorado College’s official literary and arts magazine. We are accepting submissions for our first issue until third Wednesday (11/8) of Block 3.
Send submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For artwork, please make sure photographs are high quality, and for writing Microsoft Word documents are preferred.
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The application process for the Davis Projects of Peace will soon begin! Come learn more about the $10,000 (each) awards given to students by the Davis Foundation for grassroots projects that promote peace and address the root causes of conflict. Projects are to be implemented anywhere in the world next summer. For more information about the Davis Projects, visit www.coloradocollege.edu/./s./projects-for-peace.html. Info Session will be Thursday, Nov. 2, 3:30-4:30pm, WES Room
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Tomorrow, Tuesday October 31st, is the last day to submit your application to sell your hand-crafted art works at the Arts and Crafts Sale. Application forms are available at Worner Desk, and in the Arts and Crafts Studios. This is the large sale that fills Worner main level on December 1,2, and 3. Please remember- no food items will be accepted. This sale is sponsored by the Arts and Crafts Program.
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We all know that college life can be very stressful. Would you like to learn about managing stress on the block plan? Please join Jan Edwards, Director of Accessibility Resources, and Heather Horton, Director of the Wellness Resource Center, for lunch and conversation about managing stress: Thurs., Nov. 2, 12:15-1:00, Armstrong 210 (Dean’s office suite). Limited to the first ten students who RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope you’ll join us!
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The Bemis School of Art is hosting another free figure drawing session today (Oct. 31) in the FAC Drawing Classroom, room 254.
Sessions are free to all CC students w/gold card, and will run each Tuesday night (of blocks 3 and 4) from 7-9pm. Easels, drawing boards, and seating will be provided. It is recommended that you bring your own drawing supplies, but very basic supplies will be on hand.
Please direct any questions to Jeremiah Houck – firstname.lastname@example.org
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Every week, the Student Life Office website will be featuring a current student, as well as a recent grad. This week, we are featuring Jerrell Cockerham (current first-year) and Brendan Davis (class of 2015).
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Thursday, Nov. 2, 7 p.m. Cornerstone Screening Room
Screening and discussion: “Mekko”
Sterlin Harjo is a writer-director of feature documentary and fiction films. A member of the Seminole Nation, Harjo has Muskogee heritage and was raised in Holdenville, OK. His first four films, including the fiction features “Four Sheets to the Wind” (2007) and “Barking Water” (2008), and the documentary “This May Be the Last Time” (2014), all premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. “Mekko” (2015), a thriller set in Tulsa, paints the portrait of a homeless Native American parolee who seeks to save his chaotic yet beautiful community from the darkness that threatens it. It premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival. Co-Sponsored by the Race, Ethnicity, and Migration Studies Program, Southwest Studies, and the Anthropology Department.
The Visiting Series in Film and Culture is generously co-sponsored by the Cultural Attractions Fund. Unless otherwise specified, all events are free and open to the public.
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Join the Student Alumni Association (SAA) for our Block 3 Kickoff Event on Tuesday, Nov. 7 at 6 pm! This event will allow students to connect with local alumni while participating in our Jeopardy-style CC Trivia game. Food will be provided, and there will be lovely prizes for the winners. We hope to see you there!
RSVP now at the link below to reserve your spot! Food is only guaranteed for those who RSVP.
SAA aims to educate the campus community about CC to instill a sense of pride while connecting students with alumni through networking, social, community service, and cultural events.
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On Monday, November 6th from 7-9pm in Cornerstone Screening Room, J Street U will be hosting Karen Isaacs and Daniel Roth, co-founders of Achvat Amim. This program brings people from around the world to expose them to the reality on the ground in Israel/Palestine, works with grassroots human rights organizations, and teaches community organizing skills. After recently being controversially defunded, this is a crucial moment in time for us to show our solidarity and support for their work. They will give a presentation and then lead a discussion afterwards, and desserts and refreshments will be served as well.
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