Published: Oct. 1, 2020

This weekend brings a Sans Souci Festival of Dance screening, Reducing Polarization Dialogue, a guided meditation, the Wherever You Roam Virtual 5K, Conversations with Sustainable Buffs and more.

student wearing mask on campusFriday, Oct. 2

Reducing Polarization Dialogue

Noon to 1 p.m. Virtual event
This weekly series of discussions is aimed at building empathy and understanding across political and other divisions. Regular participants so far have included faculty, staff, students, regents and others. Register for log-in or dial-in information.

Feel Good Fridays: Guided meditation

12:15 p.m.  Zoom 
There’s no better way to dive into the weekend! Join this workshop for an opportunity to be led through a powerful guided meditation to undo stress, soothe the nervous system and feel better. Let all of your worries drain away!

How to Register for Fall Virtual Career Fairs

12:30–1:30 p.m.  Zoom
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.

Dancing on the Edge of Cinema

Stream until 11 p.m.  $10
The Sans Souci Festival of Dance screens an eclectic selection of the season’s best dance cinema shorts from around the world. From the highly produced to the highly experimental, these screenings exude technical excellence, dazzling visuals and a stunning experience at the intersection of cinematography and choreography. Watch now through 11 p.m. on Oct. 2.


Saturday, Oct. 3

Rescheduled to Nov. 6–7: Out in STEM Symposium

Noon  Zoom 
Out in STEM Symposium is oSTEM at CU Boulder's free event where students can meet LGBTQ+ STEM students and professionals. There will be talks, workshops and break-out sessions. A Zoom link will be posted the day of the event on the registration page

Register for the virtual 5K

Registration through Oct. 11  $30
Alumni, students, parents and Buffs fans around the world are invited to participate by running or walking a 5K any time throughout the month of October. Register today to receive a race bib, CU-themed medal and a CU spirit pack. 


Sunday, Oct. 4

Conversations with Sustainable Buffs

2–3 p.m.  Zoom
Interested in Environmental Justice or how race, class, and the environment intersect? This is the place for you! Two groups are available, please pick one: Sundays 2–3 p.m. or Wednesdays 6–7 p.m. Access to the ebook will be provided with the Zoom link upon registration.

Museum From Home

Virtual event
The CU Museum of Natural History is now offering a wide range of exhibits and educational offerings for students, families and community members virtually. You can find recent exhibits, engaging activities to do with children at home or outside, and even some Zoom backgrounds of the BioLounge. Check back weekly, as they are continuing to expand their content offerings!