Join CC students and Environment Colorado in a call for climate action (and for FREE FOOD)! TODAY, November 8th, we are meeting in front of Worner Campus Center at 1 p.m. and then marching to Senator Cory Gardner’s Colorado Springs office to drop off over 500 climate petitions. Outside his office, we will chant for climate action, speak with local media, and sing songs. Other activists will be doing the same in Denver, Greeley, and Pueblo. It will be an inspiring day of action for all of Colorado. Also, doughnuts will be provided! If you plan to attend, PLEASE RSVP HERE: nam04.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fdocs.google.com%2Fforms%2Fd%2Fe%2F1FAIpQLSd_IEgI57SxpxM-op7dLvY9_pEV-Ckm2Lbq8D9SDGMQY7DgSg%2Fviewform&data=02%7C01%7CStudentDigest%40colora…
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The Honor Council is now accepting applications for the 2019-20 school year. If you’re interested in joining the Honor Council visit the Honor Council website to learn more and don’t hesitate to reach out to Zach Klingner, at email@example.com with any questions regarding the Honor Council or the application process. Applications are Due November 15th!
The Colorado College Honor System was established in 1948 to promote personal responsibility and academic integrity. Founded upon the value of mutual trust between students and professors, it is an essential tradition of the college. The Honor Code applies to all assignments completed for credit, and any potential code violation is the concern of the Honor Council. The Honor Council is the student-run organization that maintains and enforces the Honor Code through educating the campus community and administering procedures to ensure fairness in academics.
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Come to the WRC to discuss and celebrate sobriety at CC! Thee are many people on campus who choose not to use substances or take good care to moderate their use. We want to recognize you, the sober-conscious members of our community, with a celebratory catered dinner and discussion of your personal experiences at CC and what the institution can do to better support you. Whether you are sober, in recovery, curious about sobriety, or just want to show your support, come join us!
This celebration is open to all students, staff, and faculty interested in supporting sobriety on campus.
4-6pm in the Wellness Resource Center (Worner 226).
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Architectural Taxidermy, Haraway’s Implosion Method & Full-Scale Drawings
4:00 pm, Monday, November 11th | Cornerstone Screening Room 131
In 2014 anthropologist Joe Dumit published “Writing the Implosion” in which he articulates a teaching-practice developed by Donna Haraway. An implosion examines the cultural strings knotting things, stories, and places – binding, for instance, your white-cotton t-shirt with plantation agriculture and posters of James Dean. As Dumit points out, Haraway’s implosion method reveals how deeply entangled we are with a dangerous world and in so doing produces a strong feeling of discomfort. This lecture will consider what kinds of questions it becomes possible to ask when feminist cultural studies implodes the work of architecture. By examining a series of full-scale drawings, I will offer a theoretical position replacing “agency” with “comfort” as a guiding concept to make sense of the world. Following Sara Ahmed and others, we’ll consider the “room-making devices” that produce worlds more comfortable for some than others.
Sponsored by the Art Department and The Conway Family Design Research Fund
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You are invited to join the Butler Center in the 2019 First-Generation National College Celebration! The celebration is a part of the Center for First-Generation Student Success (an initiative of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) and The Suder Foundation). We celebrate our First Gen students everyday but especially Friday, November 8th. Our First-Generation students, staff and faculty continue to empower one another and campus communities across the nation to be great and to build a sense of belonging. This year, we will be celebrating on the second floor of Worner Campus Center. From 12:15-1:00pm, lunch and cake will be provided for First-Generation students, staff and faculty and from 1-3pm there will be cupcakes, cotton candy, popcorn, fun, games, and more! Come celebrate in community and share your story of being a First-Generation student, staff or faculty member!
We also invite you to use the hashtag #CelebrateFirstGen on social media to celebrate being a First-Generation student and/or graduate! Let’s celebrate!
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The College would like to hear student voices about the CC registration process.
Please complete the short survey at this link: coloradocollege.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9uYpUjb5fDVtkah
Thank you for helping to improve the CC experience.
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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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Please join the Department of Sociology in hearing from a candidate for the faculty position in urban sociology.
Monday, Nov. 11th, noon, Palmer 123
Professor Cayce Hughes
“Privacy, Surveillance, and the Reproduction of Urban Inequality “
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EXISTENTIAL PHILOSOPHY IN COPENHAGEN, SUMMER 2020:
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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SpeakEasy will be having their second show of the year this coming Sunday (November 10th) in Taylor Theater at 6pm. We would love to see your faces, so definitely come through for some wonderful poetry. Doors open at 5:45pm.
All the love in the world,
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