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25% off Champion apparel through Nov. 24th! No additional discounts, normal exclusions apply.
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As the semester nears the end, we invite you to join our Student Guides and Interns on Monday, November 18th from 3:30-4:30 p.m. in Deco Lounge at the FAC to enjoy hot cocoa, relax, and reflect on your experiences with arts and culture at the FAC and beyond. There will be a hot cocoa bar and other sweet treats (gluten free & vegan options available). We will also have sticker give-aways AND a raffle for a chance to win an assortment of prizes throughout the hour. We’ll see you in Deco on Monday!
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The Division of Student Life would like to invite all international students to participate in a group discussion for the Butler Center Project. The focus group will be from 12:15-1:15 p.m. on Wednesday, November 20th.
This is an opportunity for you to give your perspective. Lunch will be provided!
If you are interested, please send an RSVP to Bethany Grubbs: email@example.com. I can also answer any questions about the opportunity.
Thank you, and we hope that you will use your voice and share your perspective in this focus group for the Butler Center Project.
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Have you ever thought about how a master’s degree can expand your professional opportunities? The innovative M.A. in Media and Public Communication at the University of Denver is currently accepting applications for Fall 2020. Come learn more Wed., Nov. 20, 1:30pm – RSVP so we know you will be there ( copy url and paste in your browser – nam04.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fcoloradocollege.joinhandshake.com%2Fevents%2F397926&data=02%7C01%7CStudentDigest%40coloradocollege.edu%7C175442e86dad4a81574408d7678edaba%7… )
You will also find more details about the program in the event posting.
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In this talk, professor Wendy Pearlman, from Northwestern University, will present her new book “We Crossed a Bridge and It Trembled: Voices from Syria,” a collection of testimonials from more than 400 displaced Syrians across the Middle East, Europe, and the United States since 2012. Called “essential reading” by the New York Times, the book is a mosaic of stories and reflections that express the human dimension of the Syrian uprising, war, and refugee experience, exclusively through the words of ordinary people transformed by these events.
Thursday, November 21st
Celeste Theater, Cornerstone Arts Center
825 N. Cascade
7:30PM – 9:00PM
Event is FREE and Open to the Public
Sponsored by CC AIMES – Arabic, Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies
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Learn in Kierkegaard’s home city why this philosopher and spiritual author also thought of himself as a poet and psychologist. Reflect on such topics as love, selfhood, passion, subjectivity, truth, possibility, despair, faith, and the meaning of life.
Apply on SUMMIT by December 2nd
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NEW COURSE OFFERING–GR220: Afro-Culture as Knowledge Culture: Black Knowledge Production in Germany
Please be aware of this new course being offered in block 6 by Visiting Scholar, Artist, and Activist Dr. Natasha Kelly. “This course will place the past, present, and future of Black Germans in a global context through studying the life and works of Black scholars and activists W.E.B. Du Bois, Audre Lorde, and May Ayim. Our class will interrogate current political debates about race and the “racial turn” in Germany and challenge the supposedly objective nature of Eurocentric knowledge production. Drawing on narratives of colonial de_perception, we will critically examine the persistence of coloniality in German society and media. Furthermore, we will consider the role that coloniality has played in preventing the incorporation of Black knowledge into the scholarly archive and rendering a Black perspective on the world impossible.”
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Calling All CC Students!
The Office of Sustainability is collecting data on student travel during the school year. If you are a current CC student who travels home over block breaks or longer school breaks, please take this quick survey. This data will be used for calculating CC’s overall emissions in our annual reports. Thank you for helping us out!!
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