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heidi.robbe@prescott.edu, (630) 400-3329   The Prescott College Board of Trustees is pleased to announce Barbara Morris, PhD, currently associate vice provost and associate vice chancellor for academic affairs, for the State University System of New York (…
  Prescott College's annual Ph.D. in Sustainability Education Symposium will take place May 5-7, 2021. The symposium is an opportunity for Prescott College's doctoral community to convene, enjoy justice-innovating Keynote speakers Leah Penniman and Sage Crump, share their work, celebrate and honor doctoral student research,…
  Over the past week, we celebrated the 51st Earth Day and the Biden Administration’s regaining of the global lead in proposing increasingly ambitious goals to curb global warming; the White House held…
    As most of you know, Derek Chauvin was found guilty on all three charges in the death of George Floyd, including the most serious charge, second degree murder. While this verdict does hold one police officer accountable for their violent actions, and we should recognize that victory, this ruling does not provide justice for all of the victims of police violence, nor does it change the system…
  Dear Prescott College Community, Prescott College stands in support with Patrisse Cullors as she faces the recent attacks by right wing white supremacists spreading misinformation about her and Black Lives Matter. Patrisse and her family have been threatened, their personal location shared publicly, and their ability to live free and safe lives has been put in jeopardy by these recent…
  Dear Prescott College Community,   This week has reopened many of the wounds felt by communities across the country mourning the loss of their loved ones at the hands of police violence. On Sunday, Daunte Wright was killed by a police officer 10 miles from the courthouse where George Floyd’s family attended the Chauvin murder trial. Also this week a…
  By India Nunn, ’23    When students returned to campus for the fall 2020 semester, a waft of remembrance filled the air as they walked past the Terrace Garden behind the library. In honor of the indigenous peoples that originally inhabited and cultivated these lands, plants first domesticated in the Americas were budding to a harvest. Corn reached for the skies, as beans wrapped themselves…
    Dear Prescott College Community,
  I write today with sadness and outrage and to express our solidarity with all those affected by the horrific mass shooting in Atlanta. Our hearts go out to the families of the victims, six of whom were of Asian descent and seven who were women.…