Free cake and coffee at this week’s Kaffeestunde! We will hear an interesting talk about the results of general elections in Austria from last Sunday by international student, Mathias.
Wednesday, 3:30pm at the German House!
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Come to the beautiful French House (Haskell House) today from 2pm to 3pm to eat some delicious croissants and cakes, drink some coffee and chat in French!
Exclusively this block, you will have the opportunity to discover and play this French regional sport: la pétanque!!
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The Colorado College Consulting Club is having its first meeting this coming WEDNESDAY, OCT 2nd at 12:15pm!
If you are interested in the consulting field and want answers to any of the following questions: What is consulting? How to find find opportunities in the field? How to navigate the application process? How do you identify alumni and connect with them to improve your chances of getting an interview?
And MOST importantly: How do you prepare for a case interview? Where can you find resources to practice with? Where do you find a partner to practice with?
Then, come to our meeting and find answers over Wednesday lunch. Location TBD.
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We are just five days away from the first home hockey game of the 2019-20 season! FREE student tickets for the Trinity Western game on Saturday, October 5 will be available at Worner Desk beginning at 8am. One ticket per Gold Card, per person. Gold Card holder must be preset. Puck drop is 6pm at the Broadmoor World Arena. FREE student buses depart from South side of Worner Center at 5:30pm (30 minutes prior to puck drop).
Save the Date for the regular season opener on Friday, Oct 11 vs Minnesota Gophers! GO TIGERS!
Stayed connected with Ticket Hockey:
Facebook – ColoradoCollegeHockey
Twitter – @CC_Hockey1
Instagram – ColoradoCollegeTigerHockey
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TWIT (Theater Workshop Improv Troupe) Auditions tonight in Taylor Theater (next to Bemis) at 6pm. Show up 15 minutes early to sign in. PREPARE NOTHING, no experience necessary! We hope to see you there!
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As part of the Week of Action we are collaborating with the Pioneers Museum to host lunch and get a tour of their new exhibits on Friday, 4 October from 12 noon to 2 p.m.. Hope you will join us for a meal and some local history.
Register HERE: apps.ideal-logic.com/cce?key=29L66-D685_K9KH-5PTF_9e257005
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Join the Law Society for a panel on how to apply to law school on Tuesday! Gretchen Wardell from the career center will be doing a presentation and answering questions. Dinner is provided and students of all years and majors are encouraged to come! Will be held on October 1st at 5:30 in the Gates Common Room on the top floor of Palmer!
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The ENGLISH DEPARTMENT invites all prospective English majors and minors to a reception and information session in the East Campus Main Space on Wednesday, October 2nd from 12:15-1:30 pm. Find out about course offerings this year, meet the faculty, meet other majors and minors, and have lunch!
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Join the CCE for our second workshop of the year: exploring the intersection between identity and community organizing! Finding a future career path, or even a temporary job, can be a daunting task–especially when you are not sure what to look for. Learn how to find work that matches, or incorporates, your personal values Tuesday at 3:30pm in the CCE house!
Sign up here: apps.ideal-logic.com/cce?key=29L66-D685_K9KH-5PTF_bfb6498f
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Cafecito is back! Practice your Spanish every second Monday of the block with coffee and sweets.
Join us at Windom Spanish House at 3 PM and listen to an informal lecture covering a wide range of topics from the Hispanic world.
On Monday, September 30th, prof. Ángela Castro will talk about the afro-colombian population.
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