Print production tools, letters

Print production class to showcase innovative possibilities

Sept. 18, 2017

This month's training will be a veritable show-and-tell of unique pieces that demonstrate how to grab the attention of your audience and improve the effectiveness of your marketing.Read more »
The tower of old main against a blue sky, framed by a branch of yellow leaves.

Hillel of Colorado to host High Holy Days services

Sept. 14, 2017

In celebration of the upcoming Jewish new year, Hillel of Colorado is hosting services, many at Old Main, for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Students and the greater Boulder community are invited.Read more »
Students Adam Elbeck and Melina Dabney in Muenzinger Auditorium's projector room

International Film Series offers a host of screenings right on campus

Aug. 30, 2017

The International Film Series shows more than 60 films each semester, including foreign, experimental and art films, documentaries, classic cinema and mainstream movies. See what's coming up.Read more »
Asian Pacific American Awareness Month April 2017

April is Asian Pacific American Awareness Month at CU

April 11, 2017

Get to know the Asian American Pacific Islander community on the CU Boulder campus throughout the month of April, with a variety of educational and cultural events scheduled through April 27.Read more »
Mountain and valley landscape

Earth Sciences & Map Library photo contest now accepting entries

March 2, 2017

Submit photos related to geology, physical geography and environmental sciences for a chance to win the Earth Sciences & Map Library photo contest, accepting submissions now through April 14.Read more »
 Colorful illustration of Native American

A musical collision of historical perspectives

Feb. 3, 2017

A unique musical work composed for string quartet and Native American flute, "Anthem of the Ancestors" tells the history of North America's first peoples from a personal Native American perspective. Premieres Feb. 3 and 4.Read more »
Man watches vista from mountain summit

Ignite: A social justice retreat for students

Jan. 12, 2017

The Cultural Unity and Engagement Center is excited to announce the second annual Ignite: Yourself, Our Community, Our Future – A Social Justice Retreat for students from Feb. 3 to Feb. 5. The purpose of the retreat is to facilitate students' understanding of diversity and social justice within the context of leadership.Read more »
A colorful depiction of the Tetons in different shades of brown front of blue water, by artist Eve Drewelowe.

Art and music collide at First Thursday events

Nov. 30, 2016

Enjoy a night of conversation, themed food, great art and great music. Don't miss First Thursday, a free event series where CU Art Museum visitors are treated to Radio 1190's musical interpretation of an art exhibit. First Thursday happens next on Dec. 1 from 5 to 7 p.m.Read more »
Q'ero tribe members in Peru

Read the stars like the Inca with 'Secrets of the Andean Skies'

Nov. 9, 2016

The Inca could see "dark constellations." The brightness of the stars in the Pleiades told them when to plant crops. Learn to read the stars like the Inca during a talk titled "Secrets of the Andean Skies," Nov. 10 and 12 at Fiske Planetarium.Read more »
Trevor Paglen - CC photo by Mark Pritchard

Keeping it contained: The art and aesthetics of Trevor Paglen

Oct. 20, 2016

Trevor Paglen is a New York-based artist whose work deliberately blurs lines between science, contemporary art and journalism. He will be giving a presentation on campus on Oct. 26 at 7 p.m.Read more »

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