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    Formal Sit-Down Dinner

    Attendance required for all students
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    Varsity Boys Hockey

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    Varsity Boys Hockey vs Fort Collins HS
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    SAT

    FVS

    2A State Playoff Semi-Final Game

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    Varsity Boys Soccer vs Telluride

    Varsity Boys Hockey

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    Varsity Boys Hockey vs Ralston Valley
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    University of Tennessee, Knoxville

    Hacienda Living Room

    Menelek Patrice Lumumba '02 Screening and discussion: "1 Angry Black Man"

    Menelek Lumumba ’02 was born and raised in Denver, Colorado and studied English and film at CC and Cinema at Howard University’s Master of Arts program. “1 Angry Black Man” is a conceptual feature film inspired loosely by the Hollywood drama “12 Angry Men” – but set within a black studies classroom at a liberal arts college. “1 Angry Black Man” provides a view of the difficult conversations young people have as they navigate the society in which they live, drawing from the intellect of master writers such as James Baldwin, Zora Neale Hurston, August Wilson and Ta-Nehisi Coates. It had its world premiere August 2018 at Philadelphia’s BlackStar Film Festival.
    Contact: Mrs. Barton
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    Seattle University (WA)

    Glazebrook Room
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    Rocky Mountain Women's Film Festival

    Featuring Georgia Griff ‘14 film entitled "Utopik". The Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival is the longest running women's film festival in North America. The festival showcases documentary, narrative shorts and animated films that are thought-provoking and enriching, and that encourage global awareness and personal growth. The Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival honors films and filmmakers that present the world as women experience it and that inspire curiosity, educate, entertain, and stimulate conversation.
    Contact: Mrs. Barton
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    Rocky Mountain Women's Film Festival

    Featuring Georgia Griff ‘14 film entitled "Utopik". The Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival is the longest running women's film festival in North America. The festival showcases documentary, narrative shorts and animated films that are thought-provoking and enriching, and that encourage global awareness and personal growth. The Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival honors films and filmmakers that present the world as women experience it and that inspire curiosity, educate, entertain, and stimulate conversation.
    Contact: Mrs. Barton

    Riding - English

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    Playing Fields - Horse Stables - 2
    Riding - English vs IEA Home Show
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    Rocky Mountain Women's Film Festival

    Featuring Georgia Griff ‘14 film entitled "Utopik". The Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival is the longest running women's film festival in North America. The festival showcases documentary, narrative shorts and animated films that are thought-provoking and enriching, and that encourage global awareness and personal growth. The Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival honors films and filmmakers that present the world as women experience it and that inspire curiosity, educate, entertain, and stimulate conversation.
    Contact: Mrs. Barton
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    Imani Perry, "Vexy Thing: On Gender and Liberation" (Abbott Memorial)

    Even as feminism has become increasingly central to our ideas about institutions, relationships, and everyday life, the term used to diagnose the problem—“patriarchy”—is used so loosely that it has lost its meaning. In Vexy Thing Imani Perry resurrects patriarchy as a target of critique, re centering it to contemporary discussions of feminism through a social and literary analysis of cultural artifacts from the Enlightenment to the present. Drawing on a rich array of sources—from nineteenth-century slavery court cases and historical vignettes to writings by Toni Morrison and Audre Lorde and art by Kara Walker and Wangechi Mutu—Perry shows how the figure of the patriarch emerged as part and parcel of modernity, the nation-state, the Industrial Revolution, and globalization. She also outlines how digital media and technology, neo liberalism, and the security state continue to prop up patriarchy. By exploring the past and present of patriarchy in the world we have inherited and are building for the future, Perry exposes its mechanisms of domination as a necessary precursor to dismantling it.
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    Varsity Boys Hockey

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    Varsity Boys Hockey vs Colorado Springs Tigers 18AAA
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    Fall Break

    Fall Break begins after last obligation on Fri., 11/16. Residence Halls close at Noon on Sat., 11/17. All boarding students return in afternoon Mon., 11/26.

    Residence Halls Close at Noon for Fall Break

    Fall Break begins after last obligation on Fri., 11/16. Residence Halls close at Noon on Sat., 11/17. All boarding students return in afternoon Mon., 11/26.

    Varsity Boys Hockey

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    Varsity Boys Hockey vs Colorado Springs Tigers 16AAA
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    Fall Break

    Fall Break begins after last obligation on Fri., 11/16. Residence Halls close at Noon on Sat., 11/17. All boarding students return in afternoon Mon., 11/26.
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    Fall Break

    Fall Break begins after last obligation on Fri., 11/16. Residence Halls close at Noon on Sat., 11/17. All boarding students return in afternoon Mon., 11/26.
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    Fall Break

    Fall Break begins after last obligation on Fri., 11/16. Residence Halls close at Noon on Sat., 11/17. All boarding students return in afternoon Mon., 11/26.
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    Fall Break

    Fall Break begins after last obligation on Fri., 11/16. Residence Halls close at Noon on Sat., 11/17. All boarding students return in afternoon Mon., 11/26.
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    Fall Break

    Fall Break begins after last obligation on Fri., 11/16. Residence Halls close at Noon on Sat., 11/17. All boarding students return in afternoon Mon., 11/26.
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    Fall Break

    Fall Break begins after last obligation on Fri., 11/16. Residence Halls close at Noon on Sat., 11/17. All boarding students return in afternoon Mon., 11/26.
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    Fall Break

    Fall Break begins after last obligation on Fri., 11/16. Residence Halls close at Noon on Sat., 11/17. All boarding students return in afternoon Mon., 11/26.
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    Fall Break

    Fall Break begins after last obligation on Fri., 11/16. Residence Halls close at Noon on Sat., 11/17. All boarding students return in afternoon Mon., 11/26.
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    Fall Break

    Fall Break begins after last obligation on Fri., 11/16. Residence Halls close at Noon on Sat., 11/17. All boarding students return in afternoon Mon., 11/26.
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    NAIS People of Color Conference

    The NAIS People of Color Conference is the flagship of the National Association of Independent Schools' commitment to equity and justice in teaching and learning. The mission of the conference is to provide a safe space for leadership and professional development and networking for people of color and allies of all backgrounds in independent schools. PoCC equips educators at every level, from teachers to trustees, with knowledge, skills, and experiences to improve and enhance the interracial, interethnic, and intercultural climate in their schools, as well as the attending academic, social-emotional, and workplace performance outcomes for students and adults alike.
     

    Salida Hot Springs Pool

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    Varsity Girls Swimming and Diving vs Salida
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    NAIS People of Color Conference

    The NAIS People of Color Conference is the flagship of the National Association of Independent Schools' commitment to equity and justice in teaching and learning. The mission of the conference is to provide a safe space for leadership and professional development and networking for people of color and allies of all backgrounds in independent schools. PoCC equips educators at every level, from teachers to trustees, with knowledge, skills, and experiences to improve and enhance the interracial, interethnic, and intercultural climate in their schools, as well as the attending academic, social-emotional, and workplace performance outcomes for students and adults alike.
     
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    NAIS People of Color Conference

    The NAIS People of Color Conference is the flagship of the National Association of Independent Schools' commitment to equity and justice in teaching and learning. The mission of the conference is to provide a safe space for leadership and professional development and networking for people of color and allies of all backgrounds in independent schools. PoCC equips educators at every level, from teachers to trustees, with knowledge, skills, and experiences to improve and enhance the interracial, interethnic, and intercultural climate in their schools, as well as the attending academic, social-emotional, and workplace performance outcomes for students and adults alike.
     

    Colorado Mesa University

    Glazebrook Room
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6155 Fountain Valley School Road, Colorado Springs, CO 80911