A new student journal — Nepantla: Voices at the Margins — is accepting submissions for our first issue until January 21st. We accept: theoretic essays, manifestos, literary pieces, poetry, artwork of all kinds, and any other projects that address otherness, construct borderlands, and do not shy away from being ‘too radical.’ To submit or for more info, email Anna Gaw (a_gaw@coloradocollege.edu) or Matt Rosen (m_rosen@coloradocollege.edu).

Posted by m_rosen@coloradocollege.edu for the December 16, 2018 digest.

Campus Safety highly recommends all students store their bikes in their rooms for block break to prevent them from being stolen.

On December 20th at 7 AM, Campus Safety will be removing bikes from campus bike racks that appear to be abandoned, such as bikes with flat tires, missing parts or left unlocked will be removed. Bike owners will have till January 19th to reclaim their bike, at that time all bikes will be donated. Campus Safety are putting orange tags on bikes that say “Abandoned Property” to specify which bikes that will be removed. To help prevent your bike from being taken, store your bike in your room or work area for the break. Any questions, contact Campus Safety.

Posted by kdoughty@coloradocollege.edu for the December 16, 2018 digest.

Next year’s CCLA study-abroad program will take place in the Fall. The application was just posted in Summit and we’ll have informational meetings in block 5.

Blocks 1&2 in Santiago, Chile
SP312 – Intensive writing and conversation on Latin American culture with a focus on Chile (taught in Spanish)
SP306/ SP307 – Critical literary analysis with a focus on Chile (taught in Spanish)

Blocks 3&4 in Buenos Aires, Argentina
SP304/ EC110 – Economics and immigration in Argentina (taught in Spanish and English)
SW250 – Southwest/Borderlands and Latin American Studies (taught in Spanish and English)

Minimum prerequisites: SP201 or placement into SP305. SP 304, 306, and 312 count for the language requirement.

Questions? Contact Prof. Marinescu, Program Director (amarinescu@coloradocollege.edu) or David Eik, CCLA 2018 alum and student ambassador (d_eik@coloradocollege.edu).

Posted by tlatimer@coloradocollege.edu for the December 16, 2018 digest.

HALF BLOCK TH200 Topics in Theatre: ACTING & DIRECTING FOR THE CAMERA. My most taught half block course – a crash practical course on all aspects of acting for the camera AND directing actors for the camera. Fast and Fun! *<>*<>*<>*
BLOCK 5 TH304/DA304 Advanced Performance: TANZTHEATER. This will be the third time Patrizia Herminjard and I have taught this class. An introduction to the unique combination of theatre & dance as pioneered by Pina Bausch. Lots of background stuff, films etc but a focus on YOU creating pieces of DanceTheatre. If you dont have the pre-requisite contact us. The only theater and dance class in the theatre and dance department!

Posted by amanley@coloradocollege.edu for the December 15, 2018 digest.

Winter Break 2018 Transportation to COS Airport
Wednesday, December 19 1:30 PM
Thursday, December 20 7:00 AM
$10.00 payable at time of reservation, non-refundable.
Departs Southside of Worner Campus Center, do not be late.
Please be aware that you will be required to schedule your own return transportation.
Sign up at the Worner Desk!

Winter Break 2018 Transportation to DIA
Wednesday, December 19 1:00 PM
Thursday, December 20 7:00 AM
$15.00 payable at time of reservation, non-refundable.
Departs Southside of Worner Campus Center, do not be late.
Please be aware that you will be required to schedule your own return transportation.
Sign up at the Worner Desk!

*There is limited availability, so sign up soon!*

Posted by l_larrabee@coloradocollege.edu for the December 15, 2018 digest.

Next year’s CCLA study-abroad program will take place in the Fall. The application was just posted in Summit and we’ll have informational meetings in block 5.

Blocks 1&2 in Santiago, Chile
SP312 – Intensive writing and conversation on Latin American culture with a focus on Chile (taught in Spanish)
SP306/ SP307 – Critical literary analysis with a focus on Chile (taught in Spanish)

Blocks 3&4 in Buenos Aires, Argentina
SP304/ EC110 – Economics and immigration in Argentina (taught in Spanish and English)
SW250 – Southwest/Borderlands and Latin American Studies (taught in Spanish and English)

Minimum prerequisites: SP201 or placement into SP305. SP 304, 306, and 312 count for the language requirement.

Questions? Contact Prof. Marinescu, Program Director (amarinescu@coloradocollege.edu) or David Eik, CCLA 2018 alum and student ambassador (d_eik@coloradocollege.edu).

Posted by tlatimer@coloradocollege.edu for the December 15, 2018 digest.

Summer Block in Los Angeles (2019) – Information and Free Pizza, Tues 12/18

Come learn about a new B-block course this Summer 2019: FM200 Psychoanalysis, Culture, and Society, taught by Professor Scott Krzych.

The course offers an introduction to canonical and contemporary thinkers in psychoanalytic theory, exploring the ways psychoanalysis may provide insight into culture, society, art, media, and more. The course includes regular field trips to museums, theaters, restaurants, and cultural attractions throughout Los Angeles. Students will be housed in dorms on the campus of UCLA, just minutes from Santa Monica, and classes will meet regularly with practicing analysts at the Institute for Contemporary Psychoanalysis (https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Ficpla.edu&data=02%7C01%7CStudentDigest%40coloradocollege.edu%7Caee2b919bd434068a8ce08d66200dd65%7Ccfc7b13c12964387b3085de08fd13c99%7C1%7C0%7C636804153214534024&sdata=jWd8BrWEI2dJ8XYgshX3ECA0J6DwY82OA%2BgQuwCf2Vs%3D&reserved=0).

The lunch and information session will take place at 12:30pm on Tuesday, December 18, in Cornerstone 302.

To learn more, or to RSVP for the lunch, email skrzych@coloradocollege.edu

Posted by jyim@coloradocollege.edu for the December 15, 2018 digest.

Sign-ups for Arts and Crafts opportunities in Block 5 begin MONDAY, December 17 at 8:00 AM at Worner Desk. Get in line early, leaving your shoes in line and connecting them to you with string so you may wait on a couch! Twenty-two options are available in Clay, Fibers, and Metals. Find the list of classes on the Arts and Crafts Studio door (lower level Worner) or ask for it at the Worner Desk. We will be excited to welcome you to our co-curricular program!
Cost is $10.00 per block for a class with materials and instruction supplied.

Posted by jsteiner@coloradocollege.edu for the December 15, 2018 digest.

The Big Idea is a pitch competition at which student teams from Colorado College have the opportunity to compete for up to $25,000 in seed funding for their student-led initiatives. Student teams must register by midnight of December 16th (Sunday) if they are planning to participate for the Big Idea. TO REGISTER please email innovation paraprofessional, Aabhusan Khadka, at akhadka@coloradocollege.edu with a paragraph describing your idea and the names of team members. The teams must comprise 50% CC students. Please email the same address if you have questions.

Posted by akhadka@coloradocollege.edu for the December 15, 2018 digest.

The Registrar’s Office will close at noon on Thursday, December 20th and reopen at 8:30 am on Monday, January 7, 2019.
Electronic delivery of transcripts will not be effected and can be ordered any time over the winter break.
Official paper transcripts to be mailed must be requested by Monday, December 17 to be guaranteed processing before the break. Official or unofficial paper transcripts requested during the break will be processed in the order received and cannot be guaranteed 2 day processing when the office reopens on January 7th.

Posted by csantamaria@coloradocollege.edu for the December 15, 2018 digest.