January 3, 2013 Students CU-Boulder Today

In this Issue

New RTD bus pass pick-up required Jan. 7-25

Students planning to use RTD services are strongly advised to pick up their new RTD CollegePass cards prior to Jan. 25 to ensure there is no disruption of service or transit access.

Flu season health tips

Dr. David Lawrence, director of the CU-Boulder Wardenburg Health Center, offers up some health tips for this year’s flu season.

A whirlwind Italian 'Butterfly' for CU grad student

Singing in your first professional opera is challenge enough. Throw in a 12-hour, trans-Atlantic flight and a mere two days of rehearsal time — with two different conductors — and you’ve got a grand task indeed.

But that’s just what University of Colorado College of Music student Anna Englander will face in January when she travels to Italy to sing the key role of Suzuki for three performances of Puccini’s classic Madama Butterfly in three different cities.

Community Notes

Improved iClicker+ available in CU Book Store!

Many of your instructors use iClickers to conduct live Q&As in class. If any of your classes require an iClicker, you can now get the new, improved iClicker+ in the campus bookstore!

ACCESS registration begins Jan. 11

Available Credit Courses for Eligible Special Students (ACCESS) registration for non-degree students begins Friday, Jan. 11 at 7 a.m.

Non-degree students may register for spring semester day time undergraduate and graduate classes if space is available or with instructor/department permission. Interested students should contact the Division of Continuing Education at 303-492-5148 for more information.

 
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