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Ten Bridge Scholar students trekked for five days to reach the Lost City of Teyuna in the jungle of Colombia during Spring Break, a collaborative program from the Office of Outdoor Education, the Butler Center, and the Office of the Dean. The group is pictured here with the country’s highest-ranking shaman, a rare privilege; the Colombian president meets with him regularly.

Pictured, from left, Paul Buckley, assistant vice president/director of the Butler Center; Dylan Compton ’19; Val Maravilla ’19; Joann Bandales ’19; Padah Vang ’19; Brando Edwards ’20; Miriam Sanchez ’19; Karina Grande ’20; shaman; Precious Destiny Cooper ’20; Chaline Lobti ’19; Israel Ashiagbor ’20; and David Crye, assistant director of Outdoor Education.

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Every year, students, faculty, staff, alumni, events, and organizations are honored for their work to promote diversity and inclusion at Colorado College. Submit your nominations for the Butler Center and Heads of State Awards for Diversity and Inclusion. All students, faculty, staff, and alumni are invited to nominate themselves or their colleagues. Nominations are due March 21. Follow this link to nominate: http://2cc.co/2nmWuR2


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Starting Wednesday, March 15, hours for campus dining and other facilities will be modified for Spring Break. Rastall Café will close for dinner Wednesday at 7 p.m. and will be open only for lunch Thursday, March 16, and Friday, March 17, noon-1 p.m. View a full listing of campus dining services and note some other adjustments here: http://2cc.co/2mTDNGZ

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The Fine Arts Center's exhibit "Don Coen: The Migrant Series" was featured on Sunday's TODAY Show. Click here to watch the segment: http://2cc.co/2mTAYFM


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Katherine Pease ’91 is this year's recipient of the Livesay Award for Social Change, presented annually to a CC grad who has made a significant career contribution to the nonprofit sector in Colorado. Congratulations! To learn more about the Livesay Award, click here: http://2cc.co/2mbJJrG 

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The current Fine Arts Center exhibition “Don Coen: The Migrant Series” will be featured on NBC's “TODAY” show at 8 a.m. this Sunday, March. 12 (tomorrow morning). The exhibition is a collection of 15 large-scale, realistic portraits of migrant workers, painted between 1992 and 2012. Tune in!!! http://2cc.co/2mbUzOj 

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Don't miss an inspiring dance concert this weekend in the Kathryn Morhman Theatre. The last show will be held Saturday at 7:30.

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A Friday afternoon talk titled "Climate Crisis, Psychoanalysis, and Radical Ethics" presented by world renowned philosopher, psychoanalyst, and author Donna Orange. The lecture will be held in Slocum Commons from 2-5 p.m. http://2cc.co/2mfuRei


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“DanSix: Mobilities,” a dance performance choreographed by faculty and danced by students, premieres tonight at 7:30 p.m. in Kathryn Mohrman Theatre, with additional shows Friday, March 10, and Saturday, March 11, 7:30-9:30 p.m. For ticket pricing and more information, click here: http://2cc.co/2mfuSis 

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Wednesday, March 8, 7-8:30 p.m. in Cornerstone Main Space: Slam poet Molina Speaks presents "A Mestizo Futurist Conversation,” where he will read from an unpublished collection of poetry about the importance of dreams, and the role of radical imagination in past, present, and future times. http://2cc.co/2mcmu1y

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