Interested in Greek Life? Come check out the Delta Gamma, Kappa Alpha Theta, and Kappa Kappa Gamma houses during Recruitment Week on the following dates:
Thursday, September 7th at 6:30 PM
Friday, September 8th at 6:30 PM
Sunday, September 10th at 6:30 PM
Sign up by clicking the following link, or coming to Worner any day during lunch time during the next two weeks!
enroll.icsrecruiter.com/pan/COLCOL

Posted by r_kennedy@coloradocollege.edu for the August 29, 2017 digest.

In the contemporary, globalized world, religions travel and interact in seemingly unprecedented ways. This course explores one implication of these developments: the phenomenon of multiple religious belonging, in which two or more religions are claimed or practiced by a single person. Tracing how commonplace religious blending has been historically and cross-culturally, we interrogate why it appears so novel, and to some so scandalous, in the modern West. Taught by Professors Gardiner and Premawardhana in Block 1 of Fall 2017.

Posted by dpremawardhana@coloradocollege.edu for the August 29, 2017 digest.

The very informal, everyone is welcome PLAY READING GROUP meets every Friday during a block to jointly read a play – classic plays, new plays, forgotten plays, funny plays, tragic plays, problem plays, issue plays – you name it we read ’em! Its a great way to discover plays new and surprising to you……….
You can join in the reading or just listen………AND theres FREE PIZZA & POP for all!…….
FRIDAY 5.00pm CORNERSTONE

Posted by amanley@coloradocollege.edu for the August 29, 2017 digest.

The Senior Ambassador for Outreach and Access will work with prospective students of color, students who are eligible for the Pell Grant, and/or students who qualify for free/reduced lunch through the CC’s Funded Campus Visit! If you want to learn more about this position, please email v_fernandezdiaz@coloradocollege.edu or p_vang@coloradocollege.edu.

Posted by p_vang@coloradocollege.edu for the August 28, 2017 digest.

Welcome to AY2017-2018! Please see below for our cafe hours starting Monday August 28th:

Rastall:
M-F:Breakfast: 8-930a (continental served until 1030); Lunch: 11-130p; Dinner: 5-730p (7 days a week); Sa/Su: Brunch 1030-130p

Colorado Coffee:
M-R: 730a-8p; F: 730a-5p; Sa: 9a-4p; Su: 9a-7p

Benji’s:
M-F: 11a-8p

Susie B’s @ Tutt Library:
M-R: 8a-11p; F: 8a-1p Sa: Closed; Su: 6p-11p

The Preserve- Open During construction!!!
M-F: 1130a-7p; Sa: 130-7p; Su:130-9p
Expo hours will be limited and based on availability. Please stop by to see further details!

Local Goods:
M-F: 1130a-12a; Sa/Su: 230p-12a

Posted by austin.kumm@coloradocollege.edu for the August 28, 2017 digest.

In the contemporary, globalized world, religions travel and interact in seemingly unprecedented ways. This course explores one implication of these developments: the phenomenon of multiple religious belonging, in which two or more religions are claimed or practiced by a single person. Tracing how commonplace religious blending has been historically and cross-culturally, we interrogate why it appears so novel, and to some so scandalous, in the modern West. Taught by Professors Gardiner and Premawardhana in Block 1 of Fall 2017.

Posted by dpremawardhana@coloradocollege.edu for the August 28, 2017 digest.

Keep the music in your life! Auditions for string, wind and percussion players will be Friday, September 1. Sign up sheet is posted next to the Music Library door, lower level of Packard Hall. Please bring a short excerpt that demonstrates your level, and you’ll be asked to sight read. Orchestra meets every Monday evening of the semester. It’s the most fun you can have with a musical instrument! Questions? Ask Dan Brink, X6551 or dbrink@coloradocollege.edu
DO IT!

Posted by dbrink@coloradocollege.edu for the August 28, 2017 digest.

THIS BLOCK: DS/TH 200: MAKING SPACE: SITE PERFORMANCE INTERVENTION
For movers, actors, performance-makers, visual artists, social activists and adventurous students. How might you perform within a particular location off the stage and outside the classroom? How does a place move its occupants and how might we reconstitute a place with your actions? How might we re-imagine a public place to change it into a space of new possibilities? Or, how might a performance intervene as a public and spatial discourse of social accord or dissent? Sites both on and off campus will be mined as possible performance locations for our artistic explorations and social interventions. In past classes, CC students have created events in a rock quarry, a pedestrian mall, an abandoned warehouse, a crosswalk, the Manitou Incline. No dance, theatre or performance experience is required to enjoy and take part in this course. We first meet in Cornerstone 130 on Monday at 10:45 am.

Posted by swomack@coloradocollege.edu for the August 28, 2017 digest.