Peer to Peer Recovery Support Group. Interfaith House: 1400 Weber, Colorado Springs, CO 80903. Thursdays 3:30-5pm (except block break week) All students wanting, free confidential support for chemical abuse and/or dependency. The best support is peer to peer, one student helping another. Check it out! For more information call 719-389-6093.
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Theatre/Dance Block 4 Production:
It is Christmas Eve and we are thrust into the backseat of a family wagon somewhere outside of Washington DC. An homage to Thornton Wilder, the play that ensues is a reverie on the pain and quiet beauty of one family’s life. Pulitzer Prize Winner Paula Vogel, has created a dream play that employs, music, puppetry and extraordinary imagination to envision her family – our family, the American family – as it speeds towards an uncertain future.
**Directed by UUCCS Theatre and Dance Program Director, Kevin Landis.
Please come with a 3 minute contemporary monologue. October 2 and 3 at 7:00 pm
Celeste Theatre/Cornerstone Arts Center, Sign-up sheets are on Shay’s door, CAC 320
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CONTACT IMPROVISATION – Come try it out
The second CC Contact Improvisation jam of the year is happening this Saturday 9/29 in Cossitt South Studio from 11 a.m.-1 p.m!
Contact is a form that welcomes every BODY, and a great way to get moving, connect with people, be silly, mindful-whatever you need. Beginners are welcome, and we will have a very short lesson at the start of the jam as part of the warm up. We strive to make an inclusive, consent-oriented space. Please come and feel welcomed. Bring friends; come alone; share this event with others; we would like your energy.
We’re excited to see you and connect with you through this dance form, the CC CI core team.
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Major news organization Bloomberg is sending a representative to talk about tech career opportunities on Thurs, Oct 11 at 12:00pm in TuttSci 122 AKA kresge lecture hall.
There will be food provided, so please RSVP through handshake (na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fapp.joinhandshake.com%2Fevents%2F202585&data=02%7C01%7CStudentDigest%40coloradocollege.edu%7C39bfa03ff2994e5935ea08d6256336ee%7Ccfc7b13c1296…)!
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A talk by Dominick La Capra and Johan Höglund. Wednesday, October 10, 2018 | 4:15 p.m. Max Kade Theater, Armstrong Hall
In an effort to move beyond anthropocentrism in the humanities and critical theory, Dominick LaCapra, Bowmar Professor Emeritus of Humanistic Studies, Cornell University will discuss: “Humanism and Posthumanism: The Role of Critical Animal Studies.”
Johan Höglund, Professor of English, Linnaeus University, Sweden. Director, Linnaeus University Centre for Concurrences in Colonial and Postcolonial Studies will respond to and complement LaCapra’s intervention with a talk titled: “Never Human: The Multispecies Body and Evolution in Culture.”
Brought to you by: N.E. H. Professorship, Department of French & Italian, Comparative Literature Program, German Program, Office of the Provost, Office of the President
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Join the CCE, the Office of Sustainability, and Bon App as we celebrate the Fall Harvest at the Colorado College Student Farm! Please join fellow CC students for a banquet that includes fresh vegetables from the CC Student Farm, at a special Stewart House event.
The Fall Harvest Banquet is Thursday, 4 October at Stewart House (1228 Wood Ave.) from 6:00 to 8:00pm!
Ticket information: Space is limited. Tickets will be available at the Worner Desk starting Sept. 28. $30, $15 with a student ID. All proceeds benefit the CC student farm – the mission of which is to promote sustainable food production at Colorado College and in the Pikes Peak Region.
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Abby is the proud owner of the Coral Cliffs Climbing Gym in Fort Lauderdale, FL. She was recently featured in Essence magazine, highlighting her accomplishment of being the first Black Woman in the United States to own an indoor climbing gym. She’s an energizing presence at Coral Cliffs whether she’s coaching the Youth Coral Cliffs Climbing Team or interacting with regulars. She also represents the changing face of climbing; a sport that is becoming more diverse and increasingly mainstream. She’s cultivating a passion for climbing and bridging the gap between climbing counterculture and new climbing communities. There are plenty of opportunities to talk with Abby and hear about her experiences in the outdoor world!
Wednesday, October 3rd:
12:15 – 1:15 pm – Q&A Lunch in the Outdoor Education Center Boardroom! Pizza provided.
4 pm – 6 pm – Movement Clinic (***for female-identifying climbers only during Women’s Wednesday) at Ritt Kellogg Climbing Gym (sign-up on Summit).
Thursday, October 4th:
12:15 pm – Lunch on Equity and Climate Change (Environmental Racism) – location TBD.
6 – 8 pm – Movement Clinic (open to ALL climbers) at Ritt Kellogg Climbing Gym
no need to register on Summit for 6 – 8 pm clinic – just show up!
Friday, October 5th:
1 – 5 pm – Female Identifying Outdoor Climbing Trip to Red Rocks Open Space! Register on Summit!
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Gold and Guns: Colorado and the Civil War West
Megan Kate Nelson – writer and historian
Cornerstone 131 (Screening Room) Tuesday, October 2 – 6:00pm
When most people think of Civil War battlefields, they do not think of high mountain passes, desert rivers, and deep red rock canyons. But they should. Between 1861 and 1865, the Union Army fought a series of battles against three different enemies in New Mexico and Arizona: Confederates, Apaches, and Navajos. In the end, they won most of these battles and saved the West for the Union. They were able to do this for a variety of reasons: the willingness of Colorado gold miners and Hispano New Mexicans to volunteer for the war effort; the Union Army’s use of hard-war tactics against all of their opponents; and the Lincoln Administration’s vision of a free-labor future, which required both African-American emancipation and Native American incarceration. In her talk, Nelson will tell these little-known stories of the Civil War, and explain the significance of the West in the fight for America’s future.
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A talk by Dominic La Capra and Johan Höglund. Dr. La Capra is Bowmar Professor Emeritus of Humanistic Studies and Professor Emeritus of History and Comparative Literature, Cornell University. Dr. Höglund is Associate Professosr of English and Director of the Centre for Concurrences in Colonial and Postcolonial Studies, Linneaus University, Sweden.
Wednesday October 10, 4:45 p.m. in the Max Kade Theater (Armstrong Hall).
Sponsored by: NEH Professorship, Dept. of French & Italian, Comparative Literature Program, German Program, Office of the Provost, Office of the President
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