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  • Thumbnail for The catalyst [2012-2013 v. 43 no.24 May 10]
    The catalyst [2012-2013 v. 43 no.24 May 10]

    The Catalyst is the weekly student newspaper of Colorado College. This issue was published May 10, 2013. Front page incorrectly labeled volume 44.

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    The catalyst [2013-2014 v. 44 no. 6 October 18]

    The Catalyst is the weekly student newspaper of Colorado College. This issue was published October 18, 2013. Page 7 of issue incorrectly dated October 11.

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    The catalyst [2013-2014 v. 44 no. 9 November 15]

    The Catalyst is the weekly student newspaper of Colorado College. This issue was published November 15, 2013. Page 16 of issue printed twice.

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    The monthly rag [2012-2013 Block 7] by Colorado College. Dept. of Feminist and Gender Studies

    The Monthly Rag, a publication of the Feminist and Gender Studies interns, is found affixed to toilet stall walls around the Colorado College campus.

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    The silicone story

    A video created by Colorado College students as part of the course, FG110 Introduction to Feminist and Gender Studies, taught by Assistant Professor Heidi Lewis during Block 5, 2013.

  • Thumbnail for Check yourself [2012-2013 Block 7]
    Check yourself [2012-2013 Block 7] by Naden, Anna , Hampson, Tucker

    A magazine created by Colorado College students as part of the course, FG200 Introduction to Feminist Thought, taught by Assistant Professor Heidi Lewis during Block 7, 2013.

  • Thumbnail for SocSource [2013-2014 Block 1 September]
    SocSource [2013-2014 Block 1 September] by Colorado College. Dept. of Sociology

    Released on the first Friday of each block, SocSource updates its readers on news, events, people and places related to Colorado College Department of Sociology.

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    SocSource [2013-2014 Block 2 October] by Colorado College. Dept. of Sociology

    Released on the first Friday of each block, SocSource updates its readers on news, events, people and places related to Colorado College Department of Sociology.

  • Thumbnail for [2013-07-24] Staff Council minutes
    [2013-07-24] Staff Council minutes by Colorado College. Staff Council

    Minutes of Staff Council meeting held on July 24, 2013.

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    KickHub by Akpablie, Paul-miki , Munyao, Benjamin

    In April of 2013, Colorado College hosted a momentous entrepreneurial event for its students. The Big Idea was a pitch event where Colorado College students presented their project idea before a panel of five judges in order to compete for $50,000 in funding towards the project. The panel reviewed the project ideas based on financial stability, effect on quality of life, feasibility and presentation, and the potential impact of the project on the world. In this video clip, entrepreneurs Benjamin Munyao and Paul-miki Akpablie present their Big Idea, KickHub.

  • Thumbnail for [2013] Colorado College : The Block Plan + small classes + the liberal arts = a better way to learn
    [2013] Colorado College : The Block Plan + small classes + the liberal arts = a better way to learn

    This brochure is number one of three promotional brochures released by the Colorado College Admission Office. The brochure illustrator was Alan Flinn. The brochure was produced by the Colorado College Office of Communications, 2013.

  • Thumbnail for [2013] Colorado College : a culture of opportunity
    [2013] Colorado College : a culture of opportunity

    This brochure is number two of three promotional brochures released by the Colorado College Admission Office. The brochure illustrator was Alan Flinn. The brochure was produced by the Colorado College Office of Communications, 2013.

  • Thumbnail for [2013] Service : That's so CC
    [2013] Service : That's so CC

    An ongoing series of profiles highlighting those elements of the CC experience that make you think “That’s so CC.” For alumna Kasi Carter '11, community service played a large role in her college career. Kasi shares, "Community service has always been an important part of my life, and the Priddy Experience showed me that CC values giving back as much as I do."

  • Thumbnail for The catalyst [2012-2013 v. 43 no.14  February 1]
    The catalyst [2012-2013 v. 43 no.14 February 1]

    The Catalyst is the weekly student newspaper of Colorado College. This issue was published February 1, 2013.

  • Thumbnail for The catalyst [2013-2014 v. 44 no.10 December 6]
    The catalyst [2013-2014 v. 44 no.10 December 6]

    The Catalyst is the weekly student newspaper of Colorado College. This issue was published December 6, 2013.

  • Thumbnail for The catalyst [2012-2013 v. 43 no.21 April 12]
    The catalyst [2012-2013 v. 43 no.21 April 12]

    The Catalyst is the weekly student newspaper of Colorado College. This issue was published April 12, 2013. Front page incorrectly labeled volume 44.

  • Thumbnail for The catalyst [2013-2014 v. 44 no. 8 November 8]
    The catalyst [2013-2014 v. 44 no. 8 November 8]

    The Catalyst is the weekly student newspaper of Colorado College. This issue was published November 8, 2013.

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    Water quality in Bali : a multiperspectival approach by Bellows, Zachary David

    Water pollution in Bali due to human waste and agricultural runoff is a serious concern. Social and cultural influences such as rigid social structures, tourism, and weak infrastructure contribute to water pollution on the island. In an attempt to quantify the extent of the pollution, nutrient concentrations and other relevant variables were measured at seven points along the Yeh Ho River seven times in June, 2013. Interviews were also conducted to provide social and cultural context. The results of the study indicate that nutrient concentrations increase significantly as the water travels downstream from 15 (± 1.9) to 40 (± 3.2) ppm nitrate-NO3 and from 0.16 (± 0.06) to 0.61 (± 0.06) ppm phosphorous-PO4. In addition, nutrient concentrations on June 18th were higher across all sampling sites than the measurements on other days by 9.0 (± 2.4) ppm nitrate-NO3 and by 0.53 (± 0.06) ppm phosphorous-PO4. Generally, the levels of N and P in the Yeh Ho River are significantly higher than the expected natural background levels of nutrients in rivers. These trends are likely attributable to significant, uncontrolled, anthropogenic inputs into the Yeh Ho River. The qualitative data corroborates this interpretation. Other explanations for this nutrient increase include changing uptake rate due to geomorphological changes of the river, or systemic error introduced by sampling downstream sites later. However, these factors are likely negligible relative to anthropogenic inputs.

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    Mental health at Colorado College

    A video created by Colorado College students as part of the course, FG110 Introduction to Feminist and Gender Studies, taught by Assistant Professor Heidi Lewis during Block 5, 2013.

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    Daphne [2012-2013 Spring] by Smith, Sam , Leyshon, Kirby

    A magazine created by Colorado College students as part of the course, FG200 Introduction to Feminist Thought, taught by Assistant Professor Heidi Lewis during Block 7, 2013.

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    The Dutch Safari Company by Plumlee, Erica , van den Akker, Nick

    In April of 2013, Colorado College hosted a momentous entrepreneurial event for its students. The Big Idea was a pitch event where Colorado College students presented their project idea before a panel of five judges in order to compete for $50,000 in funding towards the project. The panel reviewed the project ideas based on financial stability, effect on quality of life, feasibility and presentation, and the potential impact of the project on the world. In this video clip, entrepreneurs Erica Plumlee and Nick van den Akker present their Big Idea, The Dutch Safari Company.

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    Hydraulic Jump by Curran, Mike , O'Connell, Brennan

    In April of 2013, Colorado College hosted a momentous entrepreneurial event for its students. The Big Idea was a pitch event where Colorado College students presented their project idea before a panel of five judges in order to compete for $50,000 in funding towards the project. The panel reviewed the project ideas based on financial stability, effect on quality of life, feasibility and presentation, and the potential impact of the project on the world. In this video clip, entrepreneurs Mike Curran and Brennan O'Connell present their Big Idea, Hydraulic Jump.

  • Thumbnail for Conservation in the Rockies: Issues of citizen science, water friendly futures and winter re
    Conservation in the Rockies: Issues of citizen science, water friendly futures and winter re

    Poster created for two 2013 State of the Rockies Conference lectures. The first lecture, "Citizen Science in the Rockies: Outdoor Adventure Strengthening Knowledge of Nature" was held on April 8, [2013] at the Edith Kinney Gaylord Cornerstone Arts Center, Colorado College. The second lecture, "Outdoor Recreation and the Winter Olympics: Companion or Threat to the Rockies?" was held on April 9, [2013] at the Edith Kinney Gaylord Cornerstone Arts Center, Colorado College. Sponsored by Colorado College State of the Rockies Project.

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    City Roots by Birmingham, Sara , Lindseth, Fredrik , Harlam, Jeremy

    In April of 2013, Colorado College hosted a momentous entrepreneurial event for its students. The Big Idea was a pitch event where Colorado College students presented their project idea before a panel of five judges in order to compete for $50,000 in funding towards the project. The panel reviewed the project ideas based on financial stability, effect on quality of life, feasibility and presentation, and the potential impact of the project on the world. In this video clip, entrepreneurs Fredrik Lindseth, Jeremy Harlam and Sara Birmingham present their Big Idea, City Roots. Fredrik Lindseth, Jeremy Harlam and Sara Birmingham were awarded third place and $2000 for their Big Idea, City Roots.

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    [2013] Colorado College : meet the class of 2017

    Colorado College Vice President of Enrollment, Mark Hatch, presents an overview of the College Class of 2017. The publication serves as a statistical overview of the class and also profiles eight incoming students. These profiles demonstrate the types of students who chose Colorado College and why.