The negative health effects of tobacco have been well documented and include an increased likelihood of cardiovascular disease, lung cancer and stroke. Tobacco use is the number one cause of preventable death in America. Beyond that second-hand smoke is the third leading cause of preventable death. For those with asthma, respiratory ailments, and heart conditions, exposure to second-hand smoke can exacerbate those problems and potentially trigger a health crisis.
CU-Boulder business student Ben Buie talks about the Graduate Entrepreneurs Association (GEA), a group of like-minded students affiliated with both the Deming Center for Entrepreneurship and the local business community.
Need to do some holiday shopping? Look no further than Eye Contact, Volunteer Resource Center’s alternate gift shopping and art event on Wednesday, Dec. 5, from 12-3 p.m., in the UMC room 235. You can find unique gifts and support fair trade organizations from Boulder and around the world while enjoying music, hot cocoa, and art. Art will be reflective of the issue of modern day slavery and there will be a space to create your own expression of art. Come learn, create, shop, and explore at Eye Contact!
The land in the title is Israel. The stories, sometimes referred to as the Palestinian and Israeli narratives, are told by Amin Kazak and Shaul Gabbay, respectively. Born in the Holy Land on opposite sides of the Israeli-Palestinian divide, both men's lives have been directly, tragically, impacted by the on-going conflict in a region desperately needing peaceful resolution. Believing that greater understanding among their peoples is a step toward peace, they decided to write a book delineating their opposing realities that includes their personal stories.
You are invited to attend a leadership & mentoring event hosted by the Women's Resource Center on Wednesday, Dec. 5 from 5-8p.m. in Atlas 100. This event will provide the opportunity to hear outstanding women in the community speak about their leadership styles, perspectives and experiences. There will be a chance to connect with speakers and receive personal mentoring directly following the presentations. Don't miss this chance to learn from the best and improve your personal leadership style.
The College of Music’s choirs, orchestra, ensembles, and faculty soloists invite you to share this joyous celebration of the season with your family and friends. A lively program of beloved seasonal music and festive holiday decorations in Macky Auditorium inspire sold out audiences to make the Holiday Festival a favorite annual tradition. Single tickets start at $14. 7:30 p.m. performances have the best ticket availability. Get yours today.
Join CU's Departments of History, Ethnic Studies, Women and Gender Studies as well as the Program in Jewish Studies, the LGBT Studies Program, and the LGBT Center for the final film and reception for our fall LGBT film series. Boulder County AIDS Project will share a short presentation about their work in the Boulder area as well as information in how to get involved in their program. Saturday, Dec. 1, at 7:30 p.m. in the ATLAS Building, room 100.