Published: Nov. 18, 2019

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We asked Buff families to share a club or student organization their student has joined that they would recommend to a fellow Buff looking to get involved. Read their responses below! 

“Colorado Ocean Coalition.”

Their mission is to develop a two-way relationship with the oceans and water. Those who live among mountains, rivers and inland cities have a direct impact on the cycles of life in the oceans. As the nation’s first Inland Ocean Movement, their goal is to be a wellspring for literacy and community engagement across all inland states. Mission: To create an inland movement that builds land-to-sea stewardship.

“Left Right TIM Improv Comedy.”

Through humility, humor, and trust, Left Right Tim aims to foster an inclusive, creative space for students to be their most authentic selves. Left Right Tim not only aims to teach the value of improvisational comedy to students, but strives to develop a supportive, fun environment for the greater Boulder community to gather. It is their objective to channel the understanding of improvisational comedy and connect it to the importance of positivity, in order to expand as leaders while inspiring others to do the same.

Laser Smash Pancake Club.”

This is a great way to meet new people who share a common interest in playing laser tag and eating pancakes.

“Amnesty International.”

This organization is dedicated to fighting injustice and promoting human rights, both on a local and global scale. They seek to combat issues through active involvement, participation and education. Amnesty is guided under the principle that every individual contribution collectively has the force to change the world for the better.

“CU Gaming.” 

The CU Gaming club aims to provide a hub for everything related to games at CU. They want to connect students over their love for games via events, both on-campus and online, and through social media. Whether it be League of Legends, Overwatch, Pokemon, Virtual Reality, Magic, D&D or Catan, this club is always looking to provide the community with fun and alternative ways to fill in the time between class.

“CU Boulder Swing Dance.”

This club aims to spread the joy of swing dancing to CU Boulder and the surrounding community. They strive to teach and support those interested in swing dance, from brand new dancers to seasoned Lindy Hoppers! This club offers weekly social dances, lessons and the opportunity to dance on the performance team. All events are free and open to the community.