Published: Sept. 14, 2020

This week brings a dialogue on Black Lives Matter and Judaism, craft night, career fairs and workshops, a virtual cooking class with chef and comedian Mackinnon Beaton and more.

Students in their dorm roomMonday, Sept. 14

Multicultural Greek fraternities and sororities recruiting

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Find your community on campus, celebrate culture and grow leadership skills. Our multicultural Greek organizations provide students with exciting opportunities to develop sisterhood/brotherhood, leadership skills, cultural awareness, solid academic scholarship, and to participate in service to the community. 

Sustainable Buffs Study-Action Group: Choices for Sustainable Living

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Join the Ecochallenge.org discussion courses, a platform where Buffs can learn and connect in an informal self-facilitated setting. The Environmental Center will organize multiple groups of 10 to hold a weekly discussion session. According to preference, some will be able to meet in person (outdoors, weather permitting); other groups will be remote on Zoom.


Tuesday, Sept. 15

Computing and Software Career and Internship Fair

11 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Zoom
Attention, all of you computer science, software development and engineer Buffs: Join us for a great chance to network and earn a position within the computer science, software development or engineering industry! 

Résumés 101

4–4:45 p.m.  Handshake
Join Career Services to learn best practices on how to create a killer résumé! 

DSCC Dialogues: BLM and Judaism conversation 

5 p.m.  Zoom
Join your fellow Buffs in conversation to share your experiences and learn from each other in a safe space. This week we will be talking about BLM and Judaism in a discussion hosted by the Dennis Small Cultural Center.


Wednesday, Sept. 16

Comedians in Your Kitchen: Veggie quesadillas

5:30 p.m.  Zoom
Season up your evening by joining the Center for Student Involvement for a comedic and tasty experience. Take a virtual cooking class to learn new culinary techniques.The best seasoning is a dash of laughter. Seasoned chef and veteran comedian Mackinnon Beaton will be streaming live from his kitchen to yours, leading you on a step-by-step recipe revolution as you go from basic to bougie. No matter your culinary experience, join us for a fun-filled night of learning new recipes and skills in the kitchen!


Thursday, Sept. 17

How to Register for Fall Virtual Career Fairs

4:30–5:30 p.m. Handshake
Learn how to register for the virtual career fairs this semester, best practices for putting your best foot forward in employer chats and how to navigate Handshake.

Take the Constitution Day quiz for your chance to win one of five $100 CU Book Store gift cards.

DSCC Netflix Party

5 p.m. Virtual event
Netflix, chat and chill! Join us as we come together to watch movies/shows while participating in an online chat.

Zen Meditation

6 p.m. Zoom
Interested in learning to meditate? Looking to unwind at the end of a busy day? Already have a practice and hoping to find others who share your passion for zazen? Each week, senior instructor in the Program for Writing and Rhetoric and 12-year zazen practitioner Sigman Myoshin Byrd leads a meditation, sitting for 25 minutes, followed by a brief discussion. If you are new to sitting meditation, log on at 5:45 p.m.

Sko Together Dinner

6:30 p.m. Zoom

Creating and maintaining CU campus connections is more important than ever. Join the Sko Together Dinners to meet fellow undergraduate students and create personal connections within the community. Sign up and learn more.


Friday , Sept. 18

FriYay Nights: Mask decorating

5:30–7:30 p.m.  Sewall Field
Join your fellow Buffs and decorate your mask on Sewall Field!