Come join the Anthropology department on Thursday April 25 in the McHugh Commons above the Preserve for an afternoon of presentations, posters, and lunch. Seniors will be giving brief presentations on their research, followed by an open poster session. The event runs from 12-3pm.

Ella Axelrod – The Dead Man’s Cave Gulch Box: Strategies for Historic Caches

Yingru Chen – Migrant Workers in Precarity:Transitioning into a Post-Socialist and Neoliberalist Environment in Shenzhen, China

Breanna Conwell – The ‘Transferability’ of Food: Exploring Food as a Vector for the Exchange of Cross-Cultural Relationships and Life Histories at Colorado College

Audrey Dervarics – Dictated by Disease: Increased susceptibility of immigrants in 17th Century Maryland due to new pathogenic environment

Yuxuan Feng – Transformation from Socialism to Post-Socialism in China’s Industrial Rustbelt: The Past, Present, and Future as a Möbius Loop

Nikki Mills – Archaeologist-Private Collector Collaborations: A Student Perspective

Sophia Pray – De-Mystifying the Gender-Based Violence Discourse
A Linguistic Analysis of Public Reception to Historically Prominent Male Perpetrators

Ziyu Zhao – Making and Remaking Shangrila: The Confrontation and Negotiation between Tibetan Cultural Preservation and State-Sponsored Tourism

Posted by sstansel@coloradocollege.edu for the April 24, 2019 digest.

The goal of this workshop is to help students develop a deeper knowledge of self, an important step in creating meaningful partnerships across lines of difference. This workshop is designed to help students learn how to build relationships across lines of difference, an important step in building effective movements and an essential skill for assembling political coalitions that can produce real change. TUESDAY, APRIL 30TH, 3:30-5pm, in the CCE House 1008 N. Weber
Register:
apps.ideal-logic.com/cce?key=29L66-D685_K9KH-5PTF_20dd7865

Posted by m_burns@coloradocollege.edu for the April 24, 2019 digest.

Learn to create your own colorfully decorated kite with visiting artist Koichi Yamamoto. We’ll begin by collaging papers together and using bamboo sticks to make three dimensional kites. Colorado College students will team up with Koichi Yamamoto to assist you with the kite construction. We’ll explore symmetry as we decorate our kites. We’ll take our colorful kites outside to the park and, if there is wind, they’ll fly. All supplies will be provided. Co-sponsored by the Colorado College Art Department.

Saturday, May 4, 10 am – 4 pm.

Special price of $5 for Colorado College students. Register with card over the phone at 719-475-2444 or drop by to pay with cash at 818 Pelham Place.

Posted by jmuth@coloradocollege.edu for the April 24, 2019 digest.

We’re seeking dedicated/detail-oriented students to join our student staff for Summer Session and the upcoming academic year. Experience in music is preferred, though not required; the successful applicant is responsible for serving our visitors (both within the CC community and the larger El Paso county public); maintaining our materials, and partaking in specific projects that enhance our services and collections.

The typical student works 10 hours per week during the academic year; summer staff may work more hours, depending upon students’ schedules. We are committed to hiring students with work study awards whenever possible; this is not such concern during Summer Session.

Interested? Come by and talk to us in our temporary space, Room 20, in Packard Hall. Or email dstevens@coloradocollege.edu. We’re also available by phone: 719 389-6560. Applications are available in Room 20.

We will be interviewing in Block 8. Appointments may be scheduled soon.

Daryll Stevens
Music Librarian, Clarinet Instructor
Seay Library
Colorado College
14 E. Cache La Poudre
Colorado Springs
dstevens@coloradocollege.edu
719 389-6126

Posted by ddymek@coloradocollege.edu for the April 24, 2019 digest.

Outdoor Education and the Ahlberg Gear House is hosting the “Spring Gear Sale” TODAY – Wednesday, April 24th from 3-5pm on Yampa (Autrey) Field in conjunction with “Pride Outside”.

Come check out some super discounted gear that’s still in great shape or find a new project to repair and get some more years out of. Have outdoor equipment that you no longer use, or don’t have the space to store it over the summer? Sell it at our event! Be sure to take advantage of this great opportunity to buy or sell outdoor equipment within our CC Community!

A sneak peak at the types of gear for sale. backpacks, tents, sleeping bags, paddling equipment, climbing holds, ski equipment, retro outdoor attire, bulk food pantry dry goods and more!

Interested in selling? Bring your items by 2:45pm to set up and stage your gear (note, you must be present and are responsible for your own transactions)

Come prepared! Outdoor Education only accepts CASH or CHECK at for our items; however Venmo is a great option for purchasing from private sellers.

Hope to see you there!

Contact Rachael Abler (rabler@coloradocollege.edu) with any questions.

Posted by rabler@coloradocollege.edu for the April 24, 2019 digest.

Come learn how to use basic stitches to make a patch or how to embroider directly onto up-cycled clothing. No longer just you grandma’s needlepoint, embroidery is making its way back into popular culture. Release your end of the year stress and learn a new skill. We will be focusing on using the creative process s a way to decompress and reflect.
Innovation at CC building | 232 Cache La Poudre | May 2nd | 3:00pm – 5:00pm.
TO ATTEND RSVP to l_keller@coloradocollege.edu
(15 Spots available)

Posted by akhadka@coloradocollege.edu for the April 24, 2019 digest.

Seniors, are you interested in volunteering with CC after graduating? The Office of Admission will be hosting two Admission Volunteer Program (AVP) Training Sessions next week on Wednesday, April 24th & Tuesday, April 30th.

AVP is a unique opportunity for CC alumni to help the Office of Admission in the interview and volunteer process for prospective students. Lunch will be provided at both training sessions. Spots are limited for these sessions, so please email Shawn (smiller@coloradocollege.edu) if you plan on attending either AVP training opportunity. We hope to see you there!

Posted by smiller@coloradocollege.edu for the April 24, 2019 digest.