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Reading Plays

Plays: “The Tempest,” Shakespeare “Copenhagen,” Michael Frayn “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time,” Adapted by Simon Stephens based on the best-selling novel by Mark Haddon “Mojada: A Medea in Los Angeles,” Luis Alfaro “Ludlow,” David Mason ’78 “The Importance of Being Earnest,” Oscar Wilde “House of Blue Leaves,” John Guare “Tartuffe,” Molière…

Issue: Summer 2021 • Tags:

Class of 2021 video: Behind the Scenes 

The video was created as a way to honor the Class of 2021 and acknowledge their unique senior year. It also serves as a documentary on what life was life for students during the COVID-19 pandemic. Bergen Hoff  ’22 had started as a Communications Office video intern during the Spring 2021 Semester. “He loved the idea…

Issue: Summer 2021 • Tags:

9 Faculty Members Awarded Tenure; 7 Granted Emeriti Status

Nine Colorado College faculty members were approved by the Board of Trustees for tenure and promotion to associate professor following the board’s annual February meeting. The CC faculty members awarded tenure and promoted, effective July 1, are: Additionally, the board awarded emeriti status to seven faculty members who retired or are retiring by the end…

Issue: Spring 2021 • Tags: ,

Pandemic Intensifies Inequities in STEM

Associate Professor of Environmental Science Rebecca Barnes says the lack of women in the STEM workforce is not a leaky pipeline.

Issue: Summer 2021 • Tags: ,

“What’s on Your Reading List, Ibrahima Wade?”

“I am re-reading Paul Gilroy’s ‘L’Atlantique Noire,’ in French this time! In his work, ‘The Black Atlantic: Modernity and Double Consciousness,’ Gilroy articulates engaging and provocative postulations that could help frame current socio-cultural and political occurrences in America and in Europe. Gilroy’s book, to me, remains one of the outstanding critical approaches which seek to…

Issue: Winter 2020-21 • Tags: ,

How to Make a Paper Block

Consider how you want to approach your block. The six images you choose for your block might each represent a different aspect of yourself, or they could show six sides of your life. They might each represent an aspect of life during the pandemic. Or you might simply choose six images that resonate with each…

Issue: Summer 2020 • Tags: ,

Eight New Members Named to Board of Trustees

The CC Board of Trustees, at its meeting held virtually June 10-12, approved eight new members for terms beginning in July 2020. The new trustees are Alan Woo ’71; Jane Franke ’84, P’17; Frieda Ekotto ’86; So Yong Park ’87; Eric Duran ’91; Onyx Bengston ’18; Elliott Williams ’21; and France Winddance Twine. “We are…

Issue: Summer 2020 • Tags: ,

“What’s on Your Reading List, Nadia Guessous?”

We asked Assistant Professor of Feminist and Gender Studies Nadia Guessous “What’s on Your Reading List?” I am currently reading two books that propose ways of challenging the hegemony and seeming inevitability of imperialism and war: Ariella Aisha Azoulay’s “Potential History: Unlearning Imperialism” and Ronak K. Kapadia’s “Insurgent Aesthetics: Security and the Queer Life of…

Issue: Summer 2020 • Tags: ,

Reaching Across the Aisle

In this Point of View piece, Emma Gorsuch ’21 shares what it’s like for her as a conservative student at CC.

Issue: Spring 2020 • Tags: ,

From Building on the Block to Exploring the Planet

Colorado College is wishing President Jill Tiefenthaler P’21, P’24 a gratitude-filled farewell as her time at the college nears its end. The Bulletin reflects upon her nine-year tenure and its many accomplishments.

Issue: Spring 2020 • Tags: , ,