The Butler Center invites you to attend the Coordinator of Mentoring & Diversity Initiatives Candidate Presentations from 1:30-2:30 p.m. in Tutt Library Event Space taking place on: Monday, May 20th. Thursday, May 23rd. Wednesday, May 29th. Candidates will offer a 35 minute presentation on the following topic: “Mentoring as a Tool for Inclusive Student Support”and 15-20 minutes of discussion will follow.

Posted by aalamillo@coloradocollege.edu for the May 21, 2019 digest.

The Butler Center invites you to attend the Coordinator of Mentoring & Diversity Initiatives Candidate Presentations from 1:30-2:30 p.m. in Tutt Library Event Space taking place on:

Monday, May 20th.

Thursday, May 23rd.

Wednesday, May 29th.

Candidates will offer a 35 minute presentation on the following topic: “Mentoring as a Tool for Inclusive Student Support”and 15-20 minutes of discussion will follow.

Posted by aalamillo@coloradocollege.edu for the May 18, 2019 digest.

If you are leaving for summer break, Please take your bike with you. Your bike will be gone when you return!
On Friday, May 24th at 7 AM, Campus Safety will be cutting locks and removing ALL BIKES from campus bike racks. All bikes on bike racks this day will be considered abandoned property. If you use the bike racks on campus, please remove your bike the night prior and store your bike in another place such as your work space or living area for the day. If you accidentally leave your bike on the rack, you will have 30 days from May 24th to reclaim your bike before all bikes are donated and no longer in our possession. Campus Safety will not be liable for cut bike locks. Contact Campus Safety at (719) 389-6707 with any questions or concerns.
Not sure what to do with your bike for the summer? Don’t abandon it, donate it to the Bike & Ski Co-op at the Outdoor Education Center. Contact Rachael Abler rabler@coloradocollege.edu for more information).

Posted by kdoughty@coloradocollege.edu for the May 18, 2019 digest.

If you are leaving for summer break, Please take your bike with you. Your bike will be gone when you return!
On Friday, May 24th at 7 AM, Campus Safety will be cutting locks and removing ALL BIKES from campus bike racks. All bikes on bike racks this day will be considered abandoned property. If you use the bike racks on campus, please remove your bike the night prior and store your bike in another place such as your work space or living area for the day. If you accidentally leave your bike on the rack, you will have 30 days from May 24th to reclaim your bike before all bikes are donated and no longer in our possession. Campus Safety will not be liable for cut bike locks. Contact Campus Safety at (719) 389-6707 with any questions or concerns.
Not sure what to do with your bike for the summer? Don’t abandon it, donate it to the Bike & Ski Co-op at the Outdoor Education Center. Contact Rachael Abler rabler@coloradocollege.edu for more information).

Posted by kdoughty@coloradocollege.edu for the May 17, 2019 digest.

Spring Awakening Auditions!!

We invite all CC students to audition for the fall 2019 production of Spring Awakening, presented jointly by the departments of Theatre & Dance and Music. This collaborative endeavor requires a full commitment on the part of the cast, so please carefully consider your time commitments before auditioning. All students cast will also receive free voice-lessons (with .25 academic credit) for the fall semester.

**Auditions take place the first week of block 1:
Tuesday, 8/27: 7-9pm
Wednesday, 8/28: 7-9pm
Thursday, 8/29: 7-9pm (call backs)

**Audition Requirements:
– 2-minute selection from a ballad (no songs from Spring Awakening; please bring sheet music in the appropriate key for piano accompanist, printed double-sided and in a binder for easy page turning)
– Cold Read, script provided at audition.
– List of all conflicts in Blocks 2 & 3

**Sign up for your 5-minute audition time slot starting in August. Students that miss their allotted slot may not be allowed to audition, so please plan accordingly.

**Questions? Contact Theatre and Dance Professor Tom Lindblade: tlindblade@coloradocollege.edu

Posted by squinn@coloradocollege.edu for the May 17, 2019 digest.

Spring is an exciting time of year, especially with graduation just around the corner. Whether you are planning to travel outside of Colorado Springs at the end of the academic year, or have family and friends coming to join in year-end celebrations, travel has an environmental cost. In fact, transportation generates some of the largest shares of greenhouse gas emissions on the planet and plays a pivotal role in climate change. Would you reduce your or your family and friends carbon footprint if you could?

The Office of Sustainability has created a travel calculator that collects voluntary contributions through a carbon offset fund. Basically, this money goes into a fund that invests in projects that remove carbon or prevent greenhouse gas emission from entering the atmosphere, such as various landfill gas destruction projects in Colorado, Utah, and Oklahoma.

Investing made easy – simply input your start and end points and our calculator does the rest! Do your part to combat climate change by offsetting friend, family, and personal travel here: www.coloradocollege.edu/offices/sustainability/resources/travel-offset.html?com

Posted by b_swift@coloradocollege.edu for the May 16, 2019 digest.

Spring is an exciting time of year, especially with graduation just around the corner. Whether you are planning to travel outside of Colorado Springs at the end of the academic year, or have family and friends coming to join in year-end celebrations, travel has an environmental cost. In fact, transportation generates some of the largest shares of greenhouse gas emissions on the planet and plays a pivotal role in climate change. Would you reduce your or your family and friends carbon footprint if you could?

The Office of Sustainability has created a travel calculator that collects voluntary contributions through a carbon offset fund. Basically, this money goes into a fund that invests in projects that remove carbon or prevent greenhouse gas emission from entering the atmosphere, such as various landfill gas destruction projects in Colorado, Utah, and Oklahoma.

Investing made easy – simply input your start and end points and our calculator does the rest! Do your part to combat climate change by offsetting friend, family, and personal travel here: www.coloradocollege.edu/offices/sustainability/resources/travel-offset.html?com

Posted by b_swift@coloradocollege.edu for the May 15, 2019 digest.

Be sure to clean out your Worner box before you leave campus. We will be closing the boxes the week of May 20. So be sure to stop by the Mail Center and give us your forwarding address for the summer. If you are staying on campus for the summer, you can have access to your Worner box, but you need to notify the employees in the Mail Center. (719)389-6739, mail.services@coloradocollege.edu

Posted by ascriven@coloradocollege.edu for the May 15, 2019 digest.

The year is almost over, but the WRC and Planned Parenthood have one more event for you and it’s gonna be a fun one! The SEXtival is today on Worner Quad from 12-3. Come by for fun (and educational) games relating to sex, sexuality, sexual health, pleasure and communication (some of our favorite topics) as well as a sex toy raffle and a photobooth!

Posted by cpalmer@coloradocollege.edu for the May 14, 2019 digest.