Summer Session 2017 – Block A HY: 200 – American History, American Film
Email Professor Bryan Rommel-Ruiz with any questions: BRuiz@ColoradoCollege.edu
This course looks at the ways historical films engage the American past. As it looks at the relationship between cinematic and academic history, it will focus on two pivotal…
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Prize on War, Violence and Human Values
Colorado College offers an annual prize for the best student work illuminating War, Violence and Human Values with particular emphasis on the Human Experience of War. The prize will be presented at the Honors Convocation in May.
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“Why Not a Liberal Arts In Prison Program?” George Drake March 30 @ 4pm – McHugh Commons
Drake’s presentation is entitled “WHY NOT A LIBERAL ARTS IN PRISON PROGRAM?” Drake will invite discussion in advocacy of education as both prevention of recidivism and fulfillment of civic responsibility in the liberal arts tradition.

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You are welcome to enjoy free coffee and cake at Kaffeeklatsch today 3:30-5:00 p.m. in the German House. Get excited for guest speaker Horstpeter Kreppel, a former lawyer at the European Court of Justice who will talk about Brexit and the German party AFD (right-wing populist and Eurosceptic political party). Don’t miss this interesting talk and come to Kaffeeklatsch.

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GlobeMed is hosting a Kaplan event open to all students on Thursday, March 30th in Slocum Commons at 12PM. Lunch will be provided. Kaplan will focus on medical school admissions and personal statement writing. Register at this link: bit.ly/ccadminmcat2017
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1st Play Reading Group of the Block is this Friday @ 5.00pm in CORNERSTONE and the play is…… The oldest play we’ve ever read in the group AND one of the oldest play in English!: E V E R Y M A N – a 15th Century Morality play in a new version by the British Poet Laureate CAROL ANN DUFFY originally performed at the National Theatre, London with Chiwetel Ejiofor playing Everyman EVERYONE WELCOME – and of course theres FREE PIZZA & POP

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The first Theatre Dept show in the Fall – rehearsing Blocks 1 & 2, is…. C I R C U S B E C K E T T a unique one-off specially devised show set in a circus with short plays and characters from Samuel Beckett (“Waiting for Godot”)
AUDITIONS will be this COMING SUNDAY @ 5pm in CORNERSTONE
EVERYBODY WELCOME AND THERES NO NEED TO PREPARE ANYTHING

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