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People of Color Film Series
The Center for Multicultural Affairs is hosting the People of Color Film Series, Wednesdays in Willard Hall Room 115A, 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. Feb. 13: Madea's Family Reunion; while planning her family reunion, Madea (Perry) contends with other dramas. Feb. 20: Why Did I Get Married?; an intimate story about eight college couples and the difficulties they have with relationships in modern times. For more information email Derek Wilson, 492-2178.
Panel Discussion: Affirmative Action: Institutionalizing or Eliminating Racism?
Wednesday, Feb. 20 at 7 p.m. in the Center for British and Irish Studies on Norlin Library's fifth floor, join panelists Roberto Corrada, DU College of Law; Brad Jones, former head of CU's College Republicans; Michele Moses, CU School of Education; and Robert Nagel, CU School of Law, as they discuss affirmative action and other policies designed to address the historical legacy of racism and segregation, and examine whether such policies are effective and fair. Hosted by Norlin Library. Email email@example.com for more information.
Bulk Mail decommissioning
Effective March 31, 2008, the bulk mail processing function within Mailing Services will be eliminated. The Bulk Mail staff is working directly with customers to assist in the transition to using external vendors. Please email Anne Mauck, 303-492-2284 or email Jeremy Pine, 303-492-2206 with questions or to schedule an appointment.
One Book One Boulder launches
The Boulder Public Library and CU are again partnering on the One Book One Boulder project, and this year we've joined forces with all the county libraries as well. This year's book is Homer H. Hickam's American best-selling memoir, "Rocket Boys." Local libraries are quickly becoming unable to fulfill the many requests they are getting for the book, so be sure to check out a copy soon. A limited number of books are also available through the Office of Community Relations. Watch the website for updates on local OBOB events as they are announced.
Glenn Asakawa selected as University Communications photographer
CU alum Glenn Asakawa, a veteran staff photographer at the Denver Post, is joining University Communications as the newest addition to the photography unit. Asakawa won the 2000 Pulitzer Prize for his Breaking News photography for staff coverage of the Columbine High School shooting. Before working with the Post, he was on staff at the Rocky Mountain News for nine years, the Los Angeles Daily News for two years and started his career at the Boulder Daily Camera in 1985. A selection of his work is featured in our Photo Gallery.
Announcing the University of Colorado Digital Library
The University of Colorado System and the institutions of the Auraria Higher Education Campus are pleased to announce the launch of the University of Colorado Digital Library. Faculty, staff and students may access thousands of digital images and a variety of electronic resources to support teaching, research and learning, including links to the campus libraries, unique local collections and collections from institutions throughout the United States depicting images from around the world. For more information email Holley Long.
Introducing the Bursar's Office's new electronic billing system
Starting summer semester, all tuition and fee billing will be done online. Students will receive email notifications at their colorado.edu addresses when bills are available to view and pay through CUConnect. In addition, students may now grant access to authorized payers (up to five people) who will also receive an email notification when bills are available to view and pay on the new CU Bill&Pay site. Please help spread the word by sharing the news with students.