I hope everyone had a happy and enjoyable Thanksgiving!
As of today, there are about two and a half weeks of school left, including finals. For most people, that means study, study, study…and then study some more. While studying will most definitely consume my next couple of weeks, I took this past weekend easy and headed up to the mountains to do a little bit of skiing.
It’s the last week of October which means things are getting really interesting in Boulder as well as in the United States as a whole. There are so many great things happening simultaneously, so I want to give you all list of what makes this week one of the best weeks of the entire year.
As some of you may know, I play on the CU club baseball team. We are currently in the midst of the fall season, in which we play a total of 15 games. This past weekend, we participated in a team fundraiser on Saturday and then played a game against the School of Mines on Sunday.
In light of the MLB postseason, NFL and NHL regular season and the multitude of other sporting events going on this time of year, I want to write to you all about the most important sport of them all. This sport gets less media coverage than professional and college sports, but it is nonetheless a crucial part of any college student’s life. On par with campus golf (golf played with a tennis ball on a college campus), Cornhole is a sport which requires enormous amounts of hand eye coordination and physical prowess.
On the CU Boulder campus, there is an event, or series of events, called the International Film Series. They hold screenings in Muenzinger Auditorium and the VAC auditiorium. Each day of the week is a different type of film, Tuesdays are documentaries, Wednesdays are arthouse films, Thursdays are...
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