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    Varsity Girls Soccer

    Home
    Playing Fields - Athletic Fields - 3
    Varsity Girls Soccer vs Rye H.S.
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    Peace Works

    80911
    At the World Affairs Council, Rick Barton talks about his new book.
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    JV Girls Tennis

    Home
    Playing Fields - Tennis Courts
    JV Girls Tennis vs Mesa Ridge

    Varsity Girls Tennis

    Away
    Varsity Girls Tennis vs St. Mary's HS

    Varsity Girls Soccer

    Away
    Varsity Girls Soccer vs Dolores Huerta Prep School

    Varsity Boys Volleyball

    Away
    Varsity Boys Volleyball vs Canon City
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    Varsity Boys Lacrosse

    Home
    Playing Fields - Athletic Fields - 1
    Varsity Boys Lacrosse vs Green Mountain HS
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    Varsity Girls Soccer

    Away
    Varsity Girls Soccer vs Colorado Springs Christian School
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    Varsity Boys Lacrosse

    Home
    Playing Fields - Athletic Fields - 1
    Varsity Boys Lacrosse vs Littleton HS
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    Varsity Girls Soccer

    Home
    Playing Fields - Athletic Fields - 3
    Varsity Girls Soccer vs Evangelical Christian Academy

    Varsity Girls Tennis

    Home
    Playing Fields - Tennis Courts
    Varsity Girls Tennis vs Salida

    Varsity Boys Volleyball

    Home
    Julie and Spencer Penrose Athletic Center - ATC - 111
    Varsity Boys Volleyball
    vs Fountain-Ft. Carson HS
    The Vanguard School
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    Varsity Boys Lacrosse

    Canceled
    Away
    Varsity Boys Lacrosse vs Pueblo West
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    Varsity Girls Tennis

    Home
    Playing Fields - Tennis Courts
    Varsity Girls Tennis vs Colorado Springs School

    JV Girls Tennis

    Away
    JV Girls Tennis vs St. Mary's HS

    Varsity Girls Soccer

    Home
    Playing Fields - Athletic Fields - 3
    Varsity Girls Soccer vs Colorado Springs School

    Varsity Boys Volleyball

    Away
    Varsity Boys Volleyball
    vs Pueblo South
    Sand Creek HS
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    Varsity Boys Lacrosse

    Home
    Playing Fields - Athletic Fields - 1
    Varsity Boys Lacrosse vs Ponderosa HS
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    ACT

    FVS

    Varsity Girls Soccer

    Away
    Varsity Girls Soccer vs James Irwin

    Outdoor Education

    Away
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    JV Girls Tennis

    Home
    Playing Fields - Tennis Courts
    JV Girls Tennis vs La Junta

    Varsity Girls Tennis

    Home
    Playing Fields - Tennis Courts
    Varsity Girls Tennis vs La Junta

    Varsity Boys Volleyball

    Away
    Varsity Boys Volleyball vs James Irwin
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    "THE GLOBAL CRISIS OF LIBERAL DEMOCRACY "

    At the Worlds Affairs Council at the Antler's

    Varsity Boys Lacrosse

    Home
    Playing Fields - Athletic Fields - 1
    Varsity Boys Lacrosse vs Cheyenne Mtn HS

    Varsity Girls Tennis

    Away
    Varsity Girls Tennis vs The Vanguard School

    Varsity Girls Soccer

    Away
    Varsity Girls Soccer vs Thomas MacLaren

    Varsity Boys Volleyball

    Home
    Julie and Spencer Penrose Athletic Center - ATC - 111
    Varsity Boys Volleyball vs The Vanguard School

    Athenaea poetry contest awards ceremony

    The awards ceremony and reading for the city-wide Athenaea poetry contest will occur Tuesday, April 16th at 6:15 in the Hacienda living room.  It should conclude around 7:00.
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    Varsity Girls Soccer

    Away
    Varsity Girls Soccer vs Rye H.S.

    Varsity Girls Tennis

    Away
    Varsity Girls Tennis vs Colorado Springs Christian School

    Varsity Boys Volleyball

    Home
    Julie and Spencer Penrose Athletic Center - ATC - 111
    Varsity Boys Volleyball
    vs Castle View HS
    St. Mary's HS

    Varsity Boys Lacrosse

    Away
    Varsity Boys Lacrosse vs Pueblo West
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    Tri Peaks Art Show

    Opening 5 p.m.-8 p.m. 

    Varsity Girls Tennis

    Home
    Playing Fields - Tennis Courts
    Varsity Girls Tennis vs Widefield HS
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    Tri Peaks Art Show

    11 a.m.-4 p.m. daily 4/20-4/21

    Outdoor Education

    Away
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    Tri Peaks Art Show

    11 a.m.-3 p.m. daily 4/22-4/26

    JV Girls Tennis

    Home
    Playing Fields - Tennis Courts
    JV Girls Tennis vs Rampart HS

    Varsity Boys Lacrosse

    Home
    Playing Fields - Athletic Fields - 1
    Varsity Boys Lacrosse vs Conifer High School
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    Tri Peaks Art Show

    11 a.m.-3 p.m. daily 4/22-4/26

    Varsity Girls Soccer

    Home
    Playing Fields - Athletic Fields - 3
    Varsity Girls Soccer vs Dolores Huerta Prep School

    Varsity Boys Volleyball

    Away
    Varsity Boys Volleyball
    vs Mesa Ridge
    James Irwin
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    Tri Peaks Art Show

    11 a.m.-3 p.m. daily 4/22-4/26

    Varsity Boys Volleyball

    Scrimmage
    Away

    Varsity Boys Lacrosse

    Away
    Varsity Boys Lacrosse vs Air Academy HS

    An Evening with Barry Lopez

    Richard F Celeste Theatre (Colorado College)
    In his nonfiction, Barry Lopez writes often about the relationship between the physical landscape and human culture. In his fiction, he frequently addresses issues of intimacy, ethics, and identity. His first stories were published in 1966. 
    Lopez is a recipient of the Award in Literature from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, the John Hay Medal, Guggenheim, Lannan, and National Science Foundation fellowships, Pushcart Prizes in fiction and nonfiction, the St. Francis of Assisi Award from DePaul University, and many more literary awards and honors. In 2002 he was elected a fellow of The Explorers Club.
    Please join us on this day to enjoy the works of Mr. Lopez read by the author himself and to reflect on his life and work in conversation with his longtime friend and editor Mark Bryant.
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    Tri Peaks Art Show

    11 a.m.-3 p.m. daily 4/22-4/26

    JV Girls Tennis

    Away
    JV Girls Tennis vs Widefield HS

    Varsity Girls Tennis

    Away
    Varsity Girls Tennis vs Rampart HS

    Climate Change and Sustainable Development: How can we Limit Global Warming, Reduce Climate Risks, and Achieve Global Goals for Development

    Richard F Celeste Theature (Colorado College)
    The Timothy C. Linnemann Memorial Lecture features Professor Diana M. Liverman, regents professor of geography and development, and former co-director of the Institute of the Environment at the University of Arizona.  Liverman was the lead author for the IPCC Special Report on the World at the 1.5C conference.  
    Contact: B. Harrison

    Varsity Boys Volleyball

    Home
    Julie and Spencer Penrose Athletic Center - ATC - 111
    Varsity Boys Volleyball
    vs Cheyenne Mtn HS
    Colorado Springs School
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    Tri Peaks Art Show

    11 a.m.-3 p.m. daily 4/22-4/26

    Riding - Western

    Away

    Savage States: Settler Governance in an Age of Sorrow

    Cornerstone Rm 131 (Screening Room), Colorado College
    A talk by Audra Simpson

    In what world do we imagine the past to be settled in light of its refusal to perish and allow things to start over anew? What are the conditions that make for this imagining, this fantasy or rather, demand of a new start point? In this piece Audra Simpson will consider the world of settler colonialism, and a world in which Native people and their claims to territory are whittled to the status of claimant or subject in time with the fantasy of their disappearance and containment away from a modern and critical present. Simpson will examine how the Canadian practice of settler governance has adjusted itself in line with global trends and rights paradigms away from overt violence to what are seen as softer and kinder, caring modes of governing but governing, violently still and yet, with a language of care, upon on still stolen land. This talk asks not only in what world we imagine time to stop, but takes up the ways in which those that survived the time stoppage stand in critical relationship to dispossession and settler governance apprehend, analyze, and act upon this project of affective governance. Here an oral and textual history of the notion of "reconciliation" is constructed and analyzed with recourse to Indigenous criticism of this affective project of repair.
    Contact: B. Harrison

    JV Girls Tennis

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    Playing Fields - Tennis Courts
    JV Girls Tennis vs Discovery Canyon

    Varsity Girls Tennis

    Home
    Playing Fields - Tennis Courts
    Varsity Girls Tennis vs Discovery Canyon
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    JV Girls Tennis

    Away
    JV Girls Tennis vs Lewis-Palmer HS

    Varsity Girls Tennis

    Home
    Varsity Girls Tennis vs Lewis-Palmer HS
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    Varsity Girls Soccer

    Away
    Varsity Girls Soccer vs Colorado Springs School

    Varsity Boys Lacrosse

    Away
    Varsity Boys Lacrosse vs Machbeuf High School

    Varsity Boys Volleyball

    Away
    Varsity Boys Volleyball
    vs Cheyenne Mtn HS
    Eaglecrest HS

    Soil and the Fate of Civilizations: New Motivation to Bring Our Soils Back to Life

    Richard F Celeste Theatre, Colorado College
    A MacArthur fellow, David Montgomery is also a University of Washington professor and award-winning author; he will present the 2019 Harold D. and Rhoda N. Memorial Roberts Lecture in the Natural Sciences. His presentation will examine how ancient civilizations of the world were undermined by soil erosion, and introduce the "Brown Revolution" in soil restoration as a beacon of hope for world societies today.

    Contact: B. Harrison
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