Published: Jan. 21, 2021

This weekend brings free fitness classes, a virtual murder mystery and more.

Friday, Jan. 22

MLK Week of Reflection closing keynote speaker: Michael Eric Dyson

11 a.m.  Virtual
Join Michael Eric Dyson for a discussion and reflection about Martin Luther King Jr.'s approach to activism during the Civil Rights Movement and the correlation to our current state of social justice in America. Register for this keynote talk today.

Webinar: Discussing Accommodations with my Professor: What Should I Say?

11 a.m. to noon  Virtual
Get tips for discussing accommodations with your professors. Learn what’s important for them to know to ensure your accommodation is being met. Don’t forget to register for this webinar.

Free fitness classes

Through Feb. 14  Student Rec Center and Virtual
Take part in a free fitness class through The Rec. From HITT workouts to yoga, you can register for in-person or virtual classes. If you’re visiting the Rec Center, don’t forget to bring your face covering and Buff OneCard.

Saturday, Jan. 23

Buffs After Dark: Virtual Murder Mystery

7 p.m.  Zoom
Join the Center for Student Involvement for a fun, lightly scripted murder mystery game set at a reunion gone awry! Learn more about Buffs After Dark.

Sunday, Jan. 24

Visit the CU Museum of Natural History from home

Visit at your leisure  1–3:30 p.m.  Virtual
The CU Museum is now offering a wide range of exhibits and educational offerings for students on its Museum From Home page.