Come to learn about diverse ecology of Siberia, it’s importance in slowing down climate change, and how those two things are in danger with the continuation of oil drilling and creating of oil reserves in the area. Talk by Megan Bott. Thursday, May 3rd, Russian House, 3:30 pm. Russian pastries and Tea are provided.
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Relations is an annual play about relationships and identity at CC. The show is comprised of cast-written and student-submitted stories. Show opens this week!
When? Second Wednesday, May 2nd, through Saturday, May 5th.
What time? 7pm in Taylor theatre. Doors open at 6:45pm.
Tickets are now available at the Worner Desk. Get them before they run out!
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Please mark your calendars and save the date to attend the Economics & Business Dept. H. Chase Stone Lecture with Dr. Edward Miguel as he presents his research on Climate & Conflict this Thursday May 3rd, 6:00-7:15pm in the Cornerstone Arts Center, Richard F. Celeste Theater.
Edward Miguel is the Oxfam Professor in Environmental and Resource Economics, Dept. of Economics Faculty Director of the Center for Effective Global Action (CEGA). emiguel.econ.berkeley.edu/.
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Do you have concerns about the way the Honor Council investigates cases? Do you have questions about how the investigation process works? Do you have suggestions about how we could improve? Join us on Thursday, May 10th at 7pm – 8pm in the Event Space in Tutt Library for desserts and an open conversation about the Honor Council’s processes and decisions. There will be a panel of Council members as well as an anonymous question/suggestion box. All questions and concerns are welcome. We hope to see you there! If you have comments/concerns, please contact Julia Shepard (email@example.com) or Kate Schroeder (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains is hiring a Colorado College Campus Outreach Intern! The position is opening for the 2018-19 academic year and includes organizing events that promote intersectional approaches to reproductive health and justice, working in partnership with SOSS as the Planned Parenthood Liaison, attending PP conferences and trainings, and working to create a cultural shift regarding abortion and reproductive health stigma on campus.The deadline is Sunday, May 6th. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Click here for job description and to apply: jobs.lever.co/pprm/d50a1a42-18d4-4722-b747-cd07632bbcc4
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Are you wishing to study abroad this summer on a NON-CC summer program and apply to transfer the credits back to CC? If so, you MUST petition in Summit by May 1. Retroactive credit transfer for non-approved programs is not permitted. Contact Heather Powell Browne for more information and access to the petition form: firstname.lastname@example.org
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PERSPECTIVES ON COLORADO PRISONS
Find out about incarceration and its reform from Adrienne Russman, Wesleyan grad, former liaison between Governor Hickenlooper’s office and the Department of Corrections, DOC officer for special initiatives, advocate for justice.
Join the Colorado College Prison Project for a presentation, conversation with Ms. Russman, and a much better dinner than our brothers and sisters in Colorado’s prisons can hope for.
6 PM, Wednesday, May 2
Tutt Library Event Space
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Former MacArthur fellow, National Book Award nominee, and longtime New Yorker Staff writer Peter Hessler discusses his work, Tuesday, May 1, at 6pm in the Cornerstone Arts Center screening room. AMY’S KITCHEN WILL BE CATERED.
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SCoRe (Student Collaborative Research) is sponsoring a collaborative program to create a meaningful dialogue around harassment to discuss Title IX and bullying issues in the field and off campus for research students. The event will be held on Tuesday, May 8, 2018 from 3:30pm- 4:30pm in Tutt Library 238. Students will participate in a presentation from Maria Mendez, Sexual Assault Response Coordinator. Excerpts from an APECS webinar will be viewed followed by a Colorado College community panel. Students will be able to join in a conversation with Gail Murphy-Geiss, Title IX Coordinator, Drew Cavin, Director of Field Study, and Christine Siddoway, Professor of Geology, about best practices, code of conduct, resources, and bystander intervention. Please direct all interested students to contact Lisa Schwartz for information and to RSVP.
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Wondering about the meaning of life? Take EXISTENTIAL PHILOSOPHY, a NEW SUMMER COURSE in Block B taught by Rick Furtak.
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