Honoring Native Students this Native American Heritage Month

  Judy Fisher Research shows that American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) students have the  highest postsecondary dropout rates & lowest postsecondary graduation rates.   Research estimates that anywhere from 75-93% of AI/AN students drop out of college before completing their degree. To the non-traditional students. Students far from home. Students from the rez. Students from smalls towns […]

Meet the 2018-2019 Triota Council Members and Join Us for Refreshments before Homecoming

The Delta Mu Chapter of Iota, Iota, Iota Women’s Studies Honor Society (Triota) strives to encourage and support scholarship and excellence in Feminist and Gender Studies at Colorado College. Triota strives to maintain feminist values and encourage a supportive academic environment for all students. The Council members of Triota were elected by their peers and […]

Some Final Thoughts on the Block 4 2017 #FemGeniusesinBerlin

This podcast—led and produced by Kai Mesman-Hallman—provides some final reflections on the Block 4 2017 section of Hidden Spaces, Hidden Narratives: Intersectionality Studies in Berlin with Professor Heidi R. Lewis. Throughout the block, the #FemGeniusesinBerlin have taken walking tours, visited museums and cultural centers, and met with activists and artists in the city to conduct situated examinations of how […]

Street Art Workshop & Tour

This podcast—led and produced by Wynter Haley Scott—examines our “Street Art Workshop & Tour” with Declan (tour guide) and Rob (workshop guide) of Alternative Berlin Tours. According to the tour company, “On this two-part tour, we take the back streets and discover some of the latest, greatest and oldest examples of street art, graffiti, and mural art in […]