New Topic Course: GR220/GR320 Revolutionary Writing. This course is taught in English. Professor Seth Elliott Meyer.

What language is used to incite revolution? What revolutions have happened in language in recent history? This course lies at the intersection of politics, poetics, and critical thought. How is one’s political agenda portrayed and how does the language of portrayal revolutionize language itself? We will investigate fundamental revolutions from the enlightenment to the present in literature, politics, and thought by focusing on texts by Kant, Büchner, Schnitzler, Lasker-Schüler, Brecht, Jandl, Adorno, Arendt, Celan, Streeruwitz, Jelinek, and others.

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Thinking back on the last time you won.
How did it feel?
What did it take to get there?

Thinking back now on the last time you lost.
How long did the feeling last?
What did you do next?

Join us this Wednesday at 12:15 in Sacred Grounds for a free lunch and conversation on competition.
Bring along your friends involved in competitive sports and academic competitions!

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As the Director of Colorado’ Office of Outdoor Recreation Industry, Mr. Benitez leads a flourishing outdoor industry; one that has grown to such great heights that it recently earned its place in the calculus of our national gross domestic product. This industry is bigger than just sales of skis and backpacks however. A revolution is taking place, one in which Benitez seeks to transform the outdoor industry into a powerful force for development, conservation, education and wellness. Transforming the industry is no small task. In today’s rapidly changing landscape, where the outdoor recreation industry is driving everything from regional economies to national policies, how do you continue to build and foster a spirit of innovation?
Monday March 5 @ 7pm, Gaylord Hall, Worner Campus Center.

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Andy Day Lecture: “Painting with Light”
Wednesday, Feb 28. 3:30pm, Cornerstone Screening Room
Andy Day has been a gaffer (chief lighting technician) in the film industry for 20 years. Based in New York, he has served as gaffer on films including Martin Scorsese’s “The Departed,” Wes Anderson’s “The Royal Tenenbaums,” David Frankel’s “The Devil Wears Prada,” Lena Dunham’s “Girls,” and more recently, Michael Gracey’s “The Greatest Showman,” among numerous others. Day will describe the art and science of cinematic lighting with clips from his work and will share his insights from working in both film and television, highlighting the changes he has experienced in the entertainment industry.

Craft Seminar: “Practice with Light”
Thursday, Mar. 1, 12:30pm, Cornerstone Studio C
A buffet lunch will be provided; first come, first served.
In this hands-on craft seminar, gaffer Andy Day demonstrates some of the nuts and bolts of lighting artistry.

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Are you looking for something new and exciting to try this March? Check out the upcoming classes at Bemis School of Art at the Fine Arts Center. Below is a list of the classes that begin in March. As students you pay the discounted member rates!!!

You can register in person at the Bemis front desk located at 818 Pelham across the street from the Adam F. Press Fitness Center, OR online at (

A40 Color Theory in Painting

A55 Truly American Art: Jazz and Abstract Expressionism

A71 Copperplate Script

A72 Lattice Nuno Felted Scarf

A74 Ruffle Nuno Felted Scarf

A76 Design a Scarf

A80 Felted Accessories

A81 Felted Vessel

A86 Bead Camp: Introduction to Soft Glass

A89 Flameworked Glass: Boro Basics

A97 Earth Expressions Wire-Wrapped Rings

A99 Inclusions in Silver Clay Jewelry

A106 Mosaics & Mortar

P4 Fine Art Photography: Create Your Personal Project

D10 Creative Photo Editing

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