Published: Feb. 18, 2021

This weekend brings a Valentine’s grab-and-go, an imposter syndrome workshop, sustainability events, trivia night, a screening of Christopher Nolan’s latest blockbuster Tenet and more.

Friday, Feb. 19

Feeling Like a Fraud – An Imposter Syndrome Workshop

10–11 a.m.   Zoom
Have you ever felt like you were out of place? That you didn’t belong? Maybe others around you seemed to know everything and appeared to have it all together and have all the answers. In this workshop, led by BOLD Center Director Tanya Ennis, participants will explore the concept of imposter syndrome and discuss ways of overcoming it. 

Valentine’s Day Self-Love and Community Love Grab-and-Go

11 a.m. to 2 p.m. C4C, Room N320
Come pick up a bag of self-care goodies to keep celebrating self-love and community love!

Feel Good Fridays

 12:15–12:45 p.m.  Virtual
Take a 30-minute break and be part of a mindfulness activity. Undo stress, soothe your nervous system and come relax. You’ll learn a few skills on how to begin your meditation journey—no experience necessary! Be sure to register to participate. 

Zero Waste DIY Live: Bio-based cleaners

 5 p.m. Instagram Live
Join the Zero Waste Outreach Team on their Instagram page for a live zero waste DIY life hack that you can add to your daily habits to reduce your environmental impact. Don’t forget to follow the CU Zero Waste Instagram account and tune in for this event.

Fri-Yay Nights: Open Mic

 5–7 p.m  Zoom
Bring your poetry, monologues, scenes, songs, art and improv sketches for a night of performance and community building. This event aims to center BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) voices, and the voices of other marginalized communities. Register now.

Conversations with Sustainable Buffs: Lifestyles of the Ecologically Rich

 5:30 p.m. Zoom
This is not a class, a lecture, or a panel. This is a guided conversation and a place for students who are looking for a like-minded community of peers who are active in furthering their knowledge in the ever-changing world of climate change. It’s about learning how to make the world a better place through your expertise and care for the planet.

Community Game Night: Trivia Night

 6:15 p.m. Virtual
Do you know random facts you’re eager to share? Come put your skills to the test in a unique virtual experience full of trivia. You can have your camera on or off, or even join from your computer or phone. Better yet, you’ll be competing for prizes, and you might have a chance to meet some new people along the way. Make sure to register for this fun-filled event!

Program Council Film Series: Tenet

 8 p.m.  Chem 140
Bring your popcorn, grab a friend and watch Christopher Nolan’s latest blockbuster hit about a secret agent who has to travel through time to prevent World War III.

Saturday, Feb. 20

Strength Training Foundations for the LGBTQ+ Community & Allies

 11 a.m. to noon  Rec Center
Fitness facilities can be intimidating. Join Alex, a certified personal trainer at the Rec Center, to learn more about strength training and how to navigate fitness spaces on campus. Alex will discuss his own experiences with fitness and creating a support network for LGBTQ+ students. Space is limited, so register today.

CU Wizards webinar: The Magic of Chemistry

 9:30–10:30 a.m.  Zoom
Apparate via Zoom into a CU Wizards Saturday morning webinar! CU Wizards Professor Tanja Cuk presents “The Magic of Chemistry!” starring Hydrogen, Oxygen and Water! Come learn about the science that is behind the seemingly magical, lively demonstrations and favorite tricks that make this show especially great treat for kids and parents of all ages.

All weekend

Jazz at Lincoln Center presents The Democracy! Suite

Stream Feb. 19–21  Virtual $20
The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra Septet's performance of The Democracy! Suite aims to entertain, inspire and uplift audiences with the full vigor, vision and depth of America’s music. Led by trumpeter/composer Wynton Marsalis and featuring seven of jazz's finest soloists, the concert's unique repertoire celebrates jazz's embodiment of freedom and democracy. 

Museum From Home

Ongoing  Virtual
The CU Museum of Natural History is offering a wide range of exhibits and educational materials for students, families and community members—online, accessible every day and always free! Check back often as they are continually adding new content and expanding online programming.