Relations is an annual play about relationships and identity at CC. The show is comprised of cast-written and student-submitted stories. Show opens next 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!

Posted by e_roman@coloradocollege.edu for the April 30, 2018 digest.

Summer Session offers over 40 courses across Blocks A (May 30 – June 22) and Block B (June 26 – July 20) that complete critical perspectives or degree requirements. This year, Summer Session has added two in-demand courses and two .5 unit courses that students can use their Wild Card towards,

. PH 260: Existential Philosophy (Block B)

. EV 127: Introduction to Geographic Information Systems – classes will meet from 6-9pm in Block B, which may align with students’ internship or research schedules

. HK 120: Topics in HBK: Physiology of Muscular Adaptation – classes will meet in the morning in Block B and include lab sessions at the Adam F. Press Fitness Center

. MA 220: Linear Algebra (Block B)

Remember that every Colorado College undergraduate is eligible for a Wild Card equal to one unit of summer tuition after completing one semester at CC and preregistering for the following year. Students do not need to apply, the Wild Card is automatically applied to their first summer course. Students interested in taking an independent study course should review Summer Session’s enrollment instructions online – please note, students may not use their Wild Card towards an independent study. Any questions can be directed to Jim Burke, Director of Summer Session – jburke@coloradocollege.edu.

Posted by jburke@coloradocollege.edu for the April 30, 2018 digest.

Tomorrow, meet Nat Robinson ’03, the final Executive in Residence this summer. Nat will be speaking over lunch about how CC students can break into social enterprise after graduation – either by joining an entrepreneurial organization or by founding their own – and how social enterprise differs from nonprofit work. He’ll also speak about his journey from CC to founding two socially-conscious organizations.

When? Tuesday, May 1, 12:15pm in McHugh Commons. RSVP to the Career Center for lunch!

Nat Robinson is the former CEO and founder of Juhudi Kilimo Company Limited, which provides micro-asset financing to rural smallholder farmers in Kenya with a goal of offering transformative financial solutions. He is the current CEO of Leaf Global Fintech, which helps refugees fleeing disasters to safely carry their savings and assets in the form of a virtual currency.

Posted by asquires@coloradocollege.edu for the April 30, 2018 digest.

Senior year. Life after CC. #adulting. Are you ready for it?

There’s just one more week to sign up for the Rising Senior Symposium! Sign up on Summit: Student Life before Friday, May 4 to reserve your spot in the General or Business event. This is your chance to learn how to become a stronger candidate in interviews, network, prepare for grad school, and more – and have extra time to move out of your dorm or apartment.

Posted by asquires@coloradocollege.edu for the April 30, 2018 digest.

<<>THERE+HAS+POSSIBLY+BEEN+AN+INCIDENT by CHRIS THORPE<><>< An extraordinary contemporary play from the UK - Do See It!<><>a fAIL bETTER pRODUCTION directed by Andrew Manley & performed by Ben Bacher, Emily Gardner and Maggie Mehlman<><><><
“Utterly compelling. It gnaws at our ideas of heroism and compromise, individual and collective action, and those small acts of choosing and not choosing that either pass unnoticed or send ripples around the world” – The Guardian<><><
“.gripping and unsettling, it comes quietly out of nowhere to crawl almost to the heart of the current political theatre zeitgeist” – Time Out,.,.

Posted by amanley@coloradocollege.edu for the April 28, 2018 digest.

Every year we come together to celebrate and recognize the service and achievements of several members of the Colorado College community at The Butler Center Annual Awards Banquet. This event includes dinner, student performances, a keynote speaker, and awards ceremony for The Butler Center and Heads of State Awards for Equity, Diversity & Inclusion. All students, faculty, and staff are invited to RSVP to request a seat at the banquet, taking place on Saturday, May 5th, 2018 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the DoubleTree Hotel.

RSVP here: goo.gl/forms/gejCIqG3qKOrccOi1

Transportation provided to and from the venue (bus pick-up/drop-off at Worner Campus Center) and parking is free. As space is limited, we will confirm your reservation via email on or before April 27th. If you have questions, or your plans change and you cannot attend, please email butlercenter@coloradocollege.edu so your seat can be given to another Colorado College community member.

Posted by ldelman@coloradocollege.edu for the April 28, 2018 digest.