Block 4 in The Butler Center: A Block of Dialogue and Reflection

Truth Be Told:CC Storytellers
Thursday, Dec. 6 from 6:30- 8 p.m. in Gaylord Hall

ALL CC-faculty, students and staff are invited to hear and share their stories on the topics of race and racism. Hear from invited CC faculty, administrators and staff as they teach and learn about vulnerability and resilience.

Dinner will be provided. Please RSVP na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Ftinyurl.com%2Fy7bskls8&data=02%7C01%7CStudentDigest%40coloradocollege.edu%7Cbd4dab4c87f94eaea8f808d65953aca7%7Ccfc7b13c12964387b3085de08fd13… by December 4th at 5:00 pm

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This Friday, December 7th, at 4pm in Packard Hall, we will have auditions for a brand-new musical work to be performed here at Colorado College. The musical will take place in Block 7. Rehearsals will begin in the spring semester. All are welcome to audition!

-Sign up for an audition on the list on the bulletin board outside the music office, Packard 116.
-Prepare 16 to 32 bars of a contemporary musical theater piece or song in a similar style.
-Bring other music with you in case we want to hear something in addition to your audition cut.
-Bring your sheet music, double-sided if necessary, in a binder for our accompanist.
-If you have a headshot and resume, feel free to bring them.
-Callbacks, if necessary, will be on December 14th at 4pm.

We look forward to creating this new musical with you! Questions? Email Jennifer at jdedominici@coloradocollege.edu.

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We are thrilled that Eiko Otake is here on campus, teaching a block 4 class. Please try to come to the following events:

*A Body in Places, *Free
Dec. 8, 6:30 pm-7:30 pm
UCCS Theater
5225 North Nevada Ave Colorado Springs

*A Body in Places, *Free
Dec. 15, 6:30 pm-7:30 pm
at CC CornerStone Mainspace

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Peer to Peer is always available if anyone is or knows any one struggling with chemical use that is causing problems in their lives. The important aspects of this resource is that it is peer run, sponsored by the counseling center.Smart Recovery Format. Thursday 3:30pm-5:00pm, except block break week at the Interfaith House; 1004 Weber St. Colorado Springs, CO 80903. For more information please call: 719389-6093

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HOW TO HELP A FRIEND WITH MENTAL HEALTH CHALLENGES // Thursday, December 6 at 3:30 in the Wellness Resource Center (226 Worner) // Lots of CC students say they want to be able to help and support their friends when they are experiencing mental health challenges but sometimes feel like they don’t have the tools to do so. If this sounds familiar, this workshop is for you! We’ll be providing an introduction to mental health first aid, giving you skills and knowledge of resources to support others in our community.

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TUESDAY 12/4 at 3:30 in the WELLNESS RESOURCE CENTER–Journaling to Build Strengths is the topic for the coming installment of the WRC’s blockly journaling series. We’ll start the session by talking about journaling as a tool for self-reflection and growth, especially when taking a strengths-based approach. We’ll then offer open time to respond to prompts (no sharing required). Journals and pens provided–or bring your own!

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TODAY–Award-winning sleep researcher Roxanne Prichard is on campus to share her work on how college students sleep. Dr. Prichard has designed popular courses on sleep and dreaming and leads workshops on sleep for health professionals. Check out her workshop and talk//
SLEEP 101 WORKSHOP–2:00 – 3:30 p.m. in Hybl Community Center Mainspace
CELLPHONES, HEALTH & WELLNESS TALK–5:00 p.m. in Gates Common Room

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SImonette Quamina will be giving an artist talk about her work. Simonette Quamina was born in Ontario, Canada and raised in South America and the Caribbean. She received a Harriet Sheridan Collegiate teaching certificate from Brown University, a Bachelor of Arts degree from the City College of New York and a Masters of Fine Arts in Printmaking from the Rhode Island School of Design. Prior to completing her MFA, she dedicated her time to advancing her knowledge within the fine arts by studying under the master printmaker, Paul Mullowney, in Makawao, Hawaii and by working at Pace Prints Editions, the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Studio and The Metropolitan Museum of Art. She is currently an assistant professor at Eastern Connecticut State University.

Simonette Quamina’s diverse upbringing is constantly woven into the narrative of her prints, collages, and large-scale drawings. They have been exhibited nationally and are part of the Rhode Island school of Design Special collections library, as well as numerous private collections. She was the recipient of the 2017 Salem Art Works fellowship, the 2017-2018 Provincetown Fine Art Works Center residency and she is a studio recipient of the Elizabeth Foundation of the Art Studio program in New York City.

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The campus community is invited to meet the candidates for the new Director of Student Support position!

A presentation followed by Q&A will take place on:
– Wednesday, December 5, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. in Tutt Library room 105 for Candidate #1
– Thursday, December 6, 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. in Tutt Library room 411 for Candidate #2
– Wednesday, December 12, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. in Tutt Library room 105 for Candidate #3

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“Queering Archecture” a lecture by Rachel Montgomery Paupeck December 11th 4pm in Cornerstone Screening Room. “What is the role of the architect and what power systems are reinforced by the very claiming of that name. This lecture will look at what happens when rigid design thinking co-mingles with queer theory and an artist’s practice. I will examine how I often frame my work through the didactic but empowering lens of basic queer theory principles: agency, proclaiming and the claiming of space, representation, and identity. I will trace this lecture’s themes and contextualize them through my architectural and installation based practice.” Rachel MONTGOMERY Paupeck holds a BA from Smith College and a M.ARCH from Rhode Island school of Design (RISD). Her professional work has been shown in Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, Vogue, and she has been a guest critic at Cooper Union, Columbia University & RISD.

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