Attend our Dismantling Hate Talk with Kirsten Fermaglich

Join us for Dismantling Hate: An Educational Series Toward Understanding and Action talk presented by the ADEI Team.


This block’s speaker is Kirsten Fermaglich.

She Presents: Uncovering the Origins of Pittsburgh and Poway: Addressing American Antisemitism Past and Present

Antisemitism has become more visible and violent in the United States in the past decade than ever before, but Jews have faced hatred and discrimination in the United States throughout its history.  This presentation will identify some of the themes that have been at the core of world antisemitism for centuries, highlighting the ways in which those themes have been present in American politics, culture, and society.  Finally, it will help audience members to consider the ways that antisemitism is present in American life today, and ways to combat it.      

Hope to see you there,


Peony Fhagen 

Senior Associate Dean of Equity, Inclusion, and Faculty Development

Ersaleen Hope

AVP for Staff Equity and Inclusion

Rosalie Rodriguez 

Senior Associate Dean of Students for Equity and Inclusion
 

Juvi Therese Mallari

ADEI Programs Coordinator

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Today at CC Digest for Students

A Daily Digest for Colorado College

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News from Global Education & Field Study

Sitting in Community with You

Dear Students,


Like many of you, I have been processing the tragic losses our community has experienced over the last few months. Nothing about this is easy. Each of us will feel different emotions, and respond and cope in our own unique ways. At times like these, it is often difficult to know what to do or what to say. We can only do our best.

I’m writing to you today because I feel a strong desire to sit in community during this difficult time with anyone who would like to join me. We can sit together in silence or talk about whatever is on your mind. 

There is no agenda and no pressure to join me. However, if you would like to, I will be at Worner Campus Center tomorrow, Oct. 6, from 12-2 p.m. and from 4-6 p.m. in the lobby lounge by the piano. Feel free to stop by at any time, for however long you like.

As I said at the beginning of this year, I am at CC because of you. I hope to spend time with anyone who would like to stop by on Thursday.

Take good care,

L. Song Richardson
President

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Now Accepting Course Proposals for Summer 2023

The dates for Summer Session 2023 dates are set and faculty are invited to submit proposals to teach on- and off-campus courses in Blocks A, B, and/or C. The dates for Summer 2023 are:

  • Block A: Tuesday, May 30-Friday, June 23 (No class Monday, June 19, in observance of Juneteenth)
  • Block B: Monday, June 26-Thursday, July 20 (no class on Tuesday, July 4, in observance of Independence Day)
  • Pre-College Block: Monday, July 10-Wednesday, July 26
  • Block C: Monday, July 24-Wednesday, August 16 (remote only, pending Higher Learning Commission approval)

To support greater student access, Summer Session will pilot a limited number of remote-only courses, pending approval by the Higher Learning Commission. Courses with high enrollment demand during the academic year are ideal for the pilot test of a remote-only Block C. If you’re considering offering a remote course, contact Jim Burke for more information: jburke@coloradocollege.edu.

Off-campus summer course proposals should be submitted via Summit by Sunday, Oct. 9, and on-campus summer course proposals should be submitted via Summit by Monday, Oct. 17.

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Rochelle Dickey to Retire after 32 Years of Service to CC

Faculty Announcement

Block Two Forum

Block Two Forum

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