On Monday, Nov. 4, please join professors Steve Hayward and Corey Hutchins at the Hybl Community Center Main Space at 12:15 p.m. to discuss journalism courses offered in the spring semester and to talk about the Journalist Institute. FREE LUNCH (first come, first served) starting at 12:15 p.m. for anyone interested in journalism at Colorado College.
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The Butler Center’s Masculinity Project invites you to join us for honest and open dialogue about masculinity in our community. We encourage all masculine-identifying students, staff, and faculty to share their perspectives, and hopefully learn from one another. Our first meeting will be held on the third Tuesday, November 5th, from 4-5:30 PM at Loomis Lounge.
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Political Science Comparative Politics Job Candidate – Sofia Fenner
Tues, Nov. 5, 3:00PM, Palmer 128
“Life after Co-Optation”
When we hear that a group has been “co-opted,” many images come to mind-few of them positive. We think of the co-opted as sellouts, traitors, and hypocrites; we expect them to be weak and domesticated. Through my research into co-opted opposition parties in authoritarian North Africa, I show that co-optation is not the end of a party’s political story. In this talk, I weigh the evidence for and against quid pro quo understandings of authoritarian politics, explore the power of narrative to create political outcomes, and ultimately argue for a more nuanced understanding of co-optation.
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Bishops on the Border: Immigration and the Church in Arizona – The Rt. Rev. Kirk Stevan Smith – Friday, November 8 – Tutt Library Event Space – Noon – Potato Bar Lunch – calls us to think about the possibilities opened by historical study. Kirk Smith completed a History PhD at Oxford and Cornell, then went to Yale Divinity School. He served for a while as Episcopal priest in an upscale parish Connecticut, then was called to a poor community in LA. He subsequently became bishop of Arizona; where he recently stepped down to teach at General Seminar in New York. He is an important voice in the church’s advocacy of immigrants and co-wrote a book on this topic with Roman Catholic and Methodist colleagues.
HISTORY CHALLENGES US TO PERFORM JUSTICE. That is Smith’s story. Come to lunch with him (potato bar) and find out about “Bishops on the Border.” Tutt Event Space, noon, November 8th
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Applications on Summit for all summer block away programs and summer away aid will be open from October 31 through December 2. The Summit process will be both your program app and your application for financial aid. This is no longer a first-come, first-served system, as all students who complete their applications by Dec. 2 will be considered for financial aid. It is important to complete your application during the Oct. 31-Dec. 2 window in order to be considered for possible financial aid awards. Program acceptance and aid awards will be announced only after the December 2 deadline.
Some faculty require interviews prior to accepting students to their program, so please contact the appropriate summer block faculty member to ask about acceptance or program requirements. If you have questions about the summer block away and aid application, please contact Shiyanke Goonetilleke in the Center for Global Education & Field Study.
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Want to work as a board member behind the scenes of a promising non-profit? Then come to the Career Center Carriage House on November 5th from 2:30 – 4:30 pm, where Nonprofit Initiatives are hosting a workshop for students wishing to polish their applications for the following non-profits: the Creek Week Steering Committee or the YMCA of the Pikes Peak Region.
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Life happens. Plans shift. Expectations fall through. Gabby Palko knows this better than anyone. As she’s hosted public radio, journeyed through Alaska and cared for her sick father, Palko has learned to navigate a post-grad journey full of unforeseeable change. In her talk, The Unconventional Route: Death and Life after CC, Gabby will share her experience in making the most of the unexpected, illustrating that sometimes the unplanned path brings us the furthest forward.
Monday, November 4th 2019, 12:15 pm – 1:00 pm MST
Career Center Carriage House
Gabby will also hold one-on-one’s from 2-4 pm. RSVP @ https://doodle.com/poll/29tiwcg9vti5xy53
Starting Monday 4th of November at 7 PM, at Max Kade Theater (Armstrong Hall third floor), a European Cinema Cycle will begin, featuring a film every block till the end of the present academic year. The cycle will include French, German, Italian and Spanish films, all of them sharing a particular characteristic. All of the movies that will be showed were shot in English, but produced and directed by specialists from one of these four countries. Our first screening, next Monday, will feature My Life Without Me (Mi vida sin mí, 2003), by Spanish director Isabel Coixet.
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