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Study abroad in Argentina and Chile on the block plan! Minimum prerequisite is SP201 or placement into SP305. Program fee replaces room & board; reimbursement for airfare; live with host family. Included field trips to: Montevideo, Uruguay; The Atacama Desert; Mendoza, Argentina. Application available now in Summit. For detailed info, go to: More questions? Contact Program Director, Professor Andreea Marinescu,

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Alan Bennett (‘History Boys’, ‘Madness of King George’, ‘Lady in the Van’) is the famous playwright of TODAY’s Play Reading Group play….K A F K A ‘ S D I C K… 5.00pm in Cornerstone complete with very free & delicious Pizza and Pop~*~*~*~All Welcome~*~*~*~
.”part play, part revue, with a hilarious coup de theater”-NY Times~*~*~*~
“Alan Bennett is at the top of his wickedly comic game”-Daily Telegraph~*~*~*~

Kafka aficionado Sydney and his wife Linda are living perfectly normal modern suburban lives when they are visited by the the long dead Franz Kafka, as well as his (also long-dead) friend Max Brod. Things get even stranger when Kafka’s father, Hermann, turns up – and threatens to reveal a big secret about his son~*~*~*~
Bennett’s play explores the nature of reputation and fame, and the fate of an artist’s work after their death.

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To finish the first week of block 7 with great enthusiasm, I want to invite you and your friends that are interested in the Spanish-speaking culture, have taken Spanish classes at Colorado College, or have identified as having a background in the culture and language to our open house! The Spanish House will be having an open house event Today, Friday, March 30th. If you are interested in living at the Spanish House, please stop by from 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm this Friday! Please take this chance to go around and see what it is like to live in language houses! At the Spanish House, we will be providing Costa Rican food and we will show you some of the rooms of the residents. I am looking forward to seeing all of you!

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Come down this Friday to see Denver-based jazz artist, Rajdulari, and her 9-piece band! Show will be in Bemis Hall at 9:00 PM, and open to all students. Bring your gold card.

Rajdulari Bio:

Rajdulari Landell is a composer, singer, fashionista, and actress who got her start performing in the local church choir. Eventually making her way to Boston and attending Berklee College of Music, Rajdulari was able to draw from many traditional and contemporary jazz singers from Billie Holiday and Sarah Vaughn to Chaka Kahn and Lizz Wright. Her unique blending of jazz and R&B as well her contemporary compositions off her first album, Honeywine, allowed her to perform at numerous prestigious jazz clubs in NYC such as Billie’s Black, Iridium Jazz Club, BB King’s blues/jazz club and many more. She has recently moved to Denver and headlined at Dazzle Jazz as well as performing at the prestigious Boettcher Concert Hall for the Martin Luther King celebration this year.

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The Art Department welcomes all to view and support our Art Studio Senior Thesis Exhibitions today. Open viewing hours are from 4-6PM.

Alyssa Miller
“tender headed: a priori forms of intuition”
Location: Packard Hallway

Quang Vu
Location: Worner Center, Coburn Gallery

Anne Macleod
Location: Cornerstone Arts Center, Studio C

Liz Ellinger
“The Garden”
Location: 802 N. Nevada

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Thinking about the place to live next year? What about checking Language Houses out? 😉
Today (Friday) the Russian House (and other Language Houses) is having the Open House event from 12:30pm to 1:30pm, where: you can walk around and see what you like about the building; see the examples of rooms the House has; enjoy Russian pastries; meet up with a CPC and ask any questions you have. So, welcome to stop by anytime from 12:30pm to 1:30pm!

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This 7th block break, the ORC is offering a 4-day beginner whitewater kayaking trip to Colorado’s mellow, beautiful Blue River! This is a unique opportunity to try out whitewater kayaking if you’ve never done it before. Join us for some gorgeous water, lovely camping by the river, and rejuvenating springtime vibes! Food, transportation, kayaking/camping equipment, and instruction from a professional guiding service are provided. Financial aid is available through Outdoor Education.
Sign-up for the trip on Summit:

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It’s not just Amazon, JP Morgan, and Berkshire Hathaway gearing up to transform the American healthcare system. More and more business schools are challenging MBA students to develop innovative business models that solve real problems and fill unmet needs in the current healthcare system.

Join Sam Lee – Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Prospect Medical Holdings, Inc. – on March 30th to dive into the business of healthcare. Sam will discuss the fundamental business, finance, marketing, and operational skills necessary to move towards a more effective healthcare model. He’ll also overview the skills and abilities prospective candidates need to gain a career in the business of healthcare (and beyond), and cover resume and interview preparation for these positions. There are internship opportunities available for undergraduate students at Sam’s organization, so come to learn how to apply!

Where? South Commons (formerly Slocum Commons)

When? 12:15pm on Friday, March 30th

RSVP? Yes – RSVP to the Career Center for lunch

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Are you someone who drinks on a regular basis? It could be once a month, once a week, a few times a week, or even more frequent than that – the Wellness Resource Center is promoting the first week of April as a time to try and go alcohol-free and join the sizable community of students, staff, and faculty on campus who choose not to incorporate alcohol into their lifestyle. There are many benefits to abstaining from alcohol including better sleep, improvements in critical thinking, problem-solving, memory, and mood, and probably more money in your bank account!

For some people who choose to drink, alcohol may serve a significant function. Using it as a coping mechanism or as a way to open up socially are examples of how people may rely on alcohol to serve a need, though not in the most healthy or sustainable way. This next week can also be a time to reflect on your alcohol use and examine the role it plays in your life. We recognize that it is not easy for everyone to just abstain from alcohol at a moment’s notice, especially if it’s serving a significant purpose.

Over the course of the week, Chris Walters, Health Educator in the Wellness Resource Center, will hold open office hours for any student interested in discussing their own alcohol use, how to talk to a friend who’s abusing alcohol, setting up a process to cut down or eliminate use, and finding healthier alternatives to serve needs that are being treated with alcohol. Also, stop by our table on Thursday (April 5th), National Alcohol Screening Day, for information on alcohol abuse and free Alcohol Use Disorder screening forms.

Open Office Hours the week of April 1st:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 3-5pm in Worner 221

And be sure to follow the WRC on Facebook and Instagram for daily information and motivation to encourage you throughout the week!
Instagram: @wellnesscc

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