“The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don’t have any.” ~Alice Walker
Celebrate Women’s History in Tutt Library! Browse poetry, art, reference, history, diaries, letters, and the wisdom of women: learn more from the female voices of the Western Frontier and the women who hold together half the world!

Posted by Mimi.Wheatwind@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the March 3, 2017 digest.

Something very different this week – a comedy classic from 1930 – PRIVATE LIVES by NOEL COWARD – performed over the years by Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, Christopher Plummer, Alan Rickman, Tallulah Bankhead, Kim Cattrall, Maggie Smith, Matthew Macfadyen and more! “Gorgeous, dazzling, fantastically funny.”-The New York Times “A gleaming and gleeful comedy.”-New York Post T O D A Y 5.00pm NORBERG STUDIO CORNERSTONE – and theres FREE PIZZA & POP! – EVERYONE VERY WELCOME

Posted by amanley@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the March 3, 2017 digest.

Something very different this week – a comedy classic from 1930 – PRIVATE LIVES by NOEL COWARD – performed over the years by Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, Christopher Plummer, Alan Rickman, Tallulah Bankhead, Kim Cattrall, Maggie Smith, Matthew Macfadyen and more! “Gorgeous, dazzling, fantastically funny.”-The New York Times “A gleaming and gleeful comedy.”-New York Post FRIDAY 5.00pm NORBERG STUDIO CORNERSTONE – and theres FREE PIZZA & POP!

Posted by amanley@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the March 3, 2017 digest.

Are you looking for a fun class this summer? Join us for Block A and 1/2 of B this summer in Nepal. We will study the intersection of landscape, culture, sustainable development, and biological conservation. If you are interested, please contact Prof. Miro Kummel (mkummel@coloradocollege.edu), or come to an information session this Friday at 3pm in the EV conference room on the ground floor of Tutt Science Building.

Posted by mkummel@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the March 3, 2017 digest.

When food is disposed into a landfill, it becomes a source of methane – a greenhouse gas with 21 times the global warming potential of carbon dioxide. Be a part of the solution by joining EnAct’s compost program! Every week, a volunteer will bike around to pick up compost from off- campus houses. Volunteers will be entered into a raffle for awesome prizes!
If you live off campus: goo.gl/forms/YC7XU1TC0Zcrjrq03 If you are interested in becoming a bicycle pick-up volunteer: goo.gl/forms/T1tkdmyYh3L4XN593

Posted by Sierra.Melton@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the March 2, 2017 digest.

HPC’s blockly meeting is TODAY (Thursday, March 2nd) at 12pm in Olin 1. Please come enjoy a much anticipated presentation by Vanguard Skin Specialists about their Medical Assistant jobs and the upcoming suture clinic. Also, the volunteer coordinator from Adams Camp, Anne Fiala, will be speaking about unique volunteer opportunities. Lunch provided.

Posted by Trey.Watmore@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the March 2, 2017 digest.

Have you taken any courses focused on community-based learning? CBL courses promote student learning and meet community needs. If so, please email the course title or the professor’s name to jordan.radke@coloradocollege.edu.
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Posted by Ashley.Kim@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the March 2, 2017 digest.

Nominations are now being accepted for The Butler Center and Heads of State Awards for Diversity & Inclusion! Every year, students, faculty, staff, alumni, events and organizations are honored for their work to promote diversity and inclusion at Colorado College. All students, faculty, staff and alumni are invited to nominate themselves or their colleagues! More information, awards descriptions, criteria and the nomination form can be found on The Butler Center website, Facebook page, or here: goo.gl/forms/WWM8Hubikhw0DpxA3

Posted by liliana.delman@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the March 2, 2017 digest.