This weekend brings the Environmental Center's 50th anniversary celebration, Psych! game night, the chance to make face masks for CU essential workers, new virtual tours and more.
Friday, April 24
3–4:30 p.m. MDT Zoom
Explore and celebrate the CU Environmental Center's storied history of environmental advocacy and change through five decades of work by students, staff, faculty and campus and community partners. As we celebrate where we have been, we will also look ahead to our vision for the next 50 years of an even more sustainable campus community. Register here to participate.
5–7 p.m. MDT Zoom
Join your fellow Buffs for a few rounds of the game Psych! Participants will need to download the Psych! app to participate.
April 24–29 PIPS Rewards app
Earn PIPs remotely by answering trivia questions about Zero Waste and the Environmental Center in the PIPs Rewards app. Redeem your PIPs for rewards like money towards tuition, gift cards and more. Learn more about the PIPs program.
April 24–29 Welcome new Buffs
Be a part of a new welcome video to share with the incoming class of 2024 this summer! The following is needed from CU students to include in the welcome video:
- Photos of students with welcome signs
- Short video clips of students sharing welcome messages
- Short video clips of students with advice messages for new Buffs
- Short video clips with why you love being a Buff
Saturday, April 25
Critical-services workers on campus are in need of reusable masks to protect themselves and students they serve from the spread of COVID-19. To supplement campus supplies during this time of high demand, the Volunteer Resource Center is looking for volunteers to help create 1000+ cloth masks as soon as possible. If you have crafting and sewing capabilities and are able to contribute, sign up to help.
Explore the real surface of Mars recorded by NASA’s Curiosity rover!
Ready to explore Yellowstone? Check out the unique features of Yellowstone and virtually explore some of the main attractions around the park.
Sunday, April 26
Need a relaxing break from studying for finals? The Rec Center provides positive intention meditation sessions so you can add positivity and mindfulness to your day.
Looking for ways to buff up your skills? LinkedIn Learning is an online library of high-quality video tutorials, created by industry professionals teaching a wide variety of software tools and skills. CU students can access LinkedIn Learning for free!