Not all college music programs invite undergraduates to participate in full-scale operas. But in his four years at CU-Boulder, Chas Douthit has played roles in four.
Emily Schaldach’s college experience is not quite what she expected. She is on a tight schedule, trains hard and goes to bed early. And she is taking calculus. As a competitive racer for the CU-Boulder Cycling Team and Ridebiker Alliance, Schaldach spends time on her bike every single day.
The University of Colorado’s first Diverse Learners Awareness Week, April 18-22, is a week for everyone to celebrate the diversity of ways we learn and play. The events will include interactive demonstrations, live-action theater, an assistive technology expo, conference-style presentations, roundtable discussions, film screenings, adaptive sports demonstrations and more. See the entire lineup on the Accessible Technology website.
On Friday, April 29, students in need of a study break colored their stress away in the quiet, colorful BioLounge at the CU Museum of Natural History. Piggybacking on the popularity of adult coloring books, Sally Robertson, a graduate student in Museum and Field Studies, created “Coloring Craze” to help students decompress leading into finals week.
Thirty-eight teams have signed up to toss their ideas into the entrepreneurial ring the evening of Oct. 7, the first pitch event of the University of Colorado Boulder’s eighth annual New Venture Challenge (NVC). Though the event has reached full registration capacity both for pitchers and audience members, it’s not too late for people to become involved in NVC events throughout the school year building up to the season finals this spring.