January 22, 2013 Students CU-Boulder Today

In this Issue

CU Police encouraging bike safety, giving away free U-locks

The CU-Boulder Police Department is giving away free bike U-locks.

Bike theft continues to be the No. 1 crime on campus, and we need your help to deter thieves. Don’t become a target.

CU’s Holocaust Awareness Week examines the impact of the Eichmann Trial

The University of Colorado Boulder’s Hillel and the Program in Jewish Studies are proud to be collaborating in the presentation of events for CU’s 29th Annual Holocaust Awareness Week. The date coincides with the United Nations’ International Holocaust Remembrance Day, which is Jan. 27 and commemorates the anniversary of the Soviet liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau. With the creation of International Holocaust Remembrance in Day in 2005, every member nation of the U.N.

Community Notes

It’s just a finger prick. Free, weekly HIV testing.

Make your sexual health a priority with free, confidential HIV testing.

Winter Bike to Work Day

Winter Bike to Work Day is Wednesday, Jan. 23!

The CU Bicycle Program is hosting a free breakfast station for bicycle commuters next Wednesday, Jan. 23, from 7 to 9 a.m. Drop by on your way to work for some bicycle cheer and free, warm breakfast and refreshments. CU's breakfast station will be located at the new Broadway/Euclid underpass. Take a moment to register online at goboulder.net and be entered to win great prizes.

Sports physiologist, nutritionist and Skratch Labs founder Allen Lim to speak at CU

Trying to improve athletic performance this upcoming season? Come listen to sports physiologist, nutritionist and Skratch Labs founder Allen Lim speak at the University of Colorado on Thursday, Jan. 24 at 7 p.m.

A guest of the CU Triathlon club sport team, Lim will speak about nutrition and the multisport lifestyle in the Benson Earth Sciences building, room 180. A Q&A session will conclude the talk.

 
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