Feminist & Gender Studies invites you to two events next week that we are so excited about! First, we want to welcome you back with “Art & Resistance: Wake Up and Resist Dystopia,” a talk by Black, Black Foot Indigenous, Filipinx, Trans Feminine, multi-media insurrectionary artist, writer, autonomous community organizer, and cultural producer Edxie Betts on Thursday, September 5 at 3:30 pm in Tutt Lecture Hall. Second, we invite you to walk from Tutt to the ID House after the talk for our welcome back reception starting at 5 pm. Please join us, and help spread the word!

Posted by linzer@coloradocollege.edu for the September 3, 2019 digest.

On Tuesday, October 1, at 7:00 PM, DEAN WILLIAMS, Colorado’s new Executive Director of Corrections, will speak in the Kathryn Mohrmann Theatre in Armstrong Hall on the Colorado College campus. This event will include the screening of a short film about correctional facilities in Norway and conversation about future directions in the United States.

Here, those who have participated in Colorado College’s series of lectures and discussion about the history and future of incarceration are invited to mark the October 1 event on their calendars as we await further details from the Executive Director’s office.

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The Office of Alumni and Family Relations seeks two enthusiastic and reliable students to greet and assist visitors to the Tutt Alumni House, and to aid the alumni and family relations team with administrative tasks for upcoming and off campus events.

Job description and instructions to apply here: www.coloradocollege.edu/admission/financialaid/studentemployment/Jobs_Listing_Page.html

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Students, have you ever wondered about what goes on in Tutt Alumni House and what’s available for CC students? We’d love it if you stopped by for lunch on Thursday, Sept. 5, between 12:15-1:30 p.m.! Learn about our office and the resources we have available to you. There will be a giveaway for the first five students who show up and if you can play the piano, you’ll get a bonus treat!

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Rosa Clemente, organizer, political commentator and independent journalist, will discuss how the campaign and presidency of Donald Trump has ushered in a new era, manifesting white supremacist rhetoric, policies and violence. What lessons from the past can we employ? What does resistance look like? How can we envision and create a political, economic, and social justice movement rooted in resistance?

Thursday, September 5, 2019 at 7 pm in the Richard F. Celeste Theater.

Sponsored by the Department of Sociology, the Butler Center and the Daniel Patrick O’Connor Memorial Lecture Endowed Fund.

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Leviathan is looking for art, poetry, and prose submissions for our upcoming issue. Or anything interesting you’ve made that doesn’t quite fit those categories!

Please email us back at leviathan.magazine@gmail.com with your submission or any questions. We are always happy to help photograph, scan, or edit your work with you!

The deadline is third Thursday, 9/12.

Posted by s_penfield@coloradocollege.edu for the September 3, 2019 digest.

Do you play a musical instrument? Have you always wanted to? The CC Music Department offers scholarships for private lessons on piano, guitar, voice, and all orchestral and band instruments as well as group piano, guitar, and voice. Registration is now open and will continue until the end of week 2 of Block 1. New and returning students are invited to come to Packard 116 for more information and to sign up now! Office hours are 8:30-4:00, M-F.

Posted by lgregory@coloradocollege.edu for the September 3, 2019 digest.