Cultural Events Board
Cultural Events Board (CEB) is proud to present in Fall 2019...

On Tuesday, September 17, 2019, at 7:00 pm, the Cultural Events Board will be hosting CU Alumni Isra Chaker, a civil rights activist, campaign specialist, advocacy expert, and distinguished public speaker, in Glenn Miller Ballroom for the rescheduled events "Facts, Not Fears: Dismantling the Misconceptions of Refugees". This is a free event.

CEB believes that a university experience is more than simply showing up to class. At the University of Colorado, students are given the chance to enrich their educational experience through opportunities that develop their understanding of culture, diversity, and social awareness. CU sits at the epicenter of many different ideas, beliefs, and backgrounds, and the Cultural Events Board supports and facilitates students as they navigate these points of intersection. Students from all walks of life can immerse themselves in an environment that goes beyond academia, entering a realm of growth and worldliness. In a given week, students may find themselves dancing the Bhangra to Hindi pop music, attending a drag show, watching a documentary about artistic movements in the Middle East, or engaging in dialogue with a best-selling author.