To help celebrate the 35th anniversary of the Colorado College Plan, this fall the college will host its next symposium, “Religion and Public Life: Why Be Afraid?” CC’s symposia are just one of the ways the college offers students, faculty, staff, and the community a unique intellectual adventure. Join us for this three-day series of speakers, panels, and discussions focusing on the various ways that religion and our public lives intersect and influence one another.
See the preliminary program.
The college is grateful to the Greenberg Center for Learning and Tolerance, Thomas Alan Kay Fund for CC’s department of religion, McHugh Family Distinguished Chair in American Institutions and Leadership, Paul Sheffer Memorial Fund, the Daniel Patrick O’Connor Memorial Lecture Endowed Fund, the college chaplain’s and president’s offices, and various academic departments for their generous support.
Please see www.ColoradoCollege.edu/35/ for symposium updates or call the office of communications, (719) 389-6466, for additional information.
Transport Yourself to CC's Lecture Halls With Podcasts
Now you can listen to some of the great speakers who come to campus — even if you’re sitting in rush-hour traffic in Chicago. A new Web page dedicated to CC podcasts can be found at: http://www.ColoradoCollege.edu/podcast/.
If you use iTunes, you can subscribe to Colorado College’s podcast series of notable lectures: Go to this link and jump to the podcast:
To listen to a specific lecture, recordings (available for selected lectures only) are directly downloadable from this page: