Published: March 28, 2022

This week brings cookie madness, DIY night, career development events, farmworker awareness “lunch and learn,” Beach Park cleanup, an LGBTQ+ friendly Chautauqua hike and more.

Students studying outsideMonday, March 28

I Love Mondays: Cookie Madness

 2–3 p.m.  UMC, North Dining Room
Connect with other Buffs while you eat cookies at I Love Mondays! Learn about campus departments, student organizations and events to help you become more connected on campus.

Tuesday, March 29

DIY Night

 5–7 p.m.  UMC 330
DIY Night is a great event to meet others while participating in a fun craft project. Today’s activity is open craft—you can bring your own craft or enjoy a variety of extra crafts from previous DIY events. Space is limited and registration closes at noon on March 28, so hurry and reserve your spot!

Health Huts: Getting back on track

 2–4 p.m.  UMC 
Need help getting back into the swing of things after break? Get tips for refocusing and finishing the semester on a good note!

Wednesday, March 30

De-stressing the Career Path

 3 p.m.  C4C, S452
College is a busy time and thinking about life after CU Boulder can be exciting. Ask a friend to join you at this Skills for Success workshop to learn about how you can prepare now for a meaningful life after graduation. Register on Handshake to attend!

Environmental Design Career and Internship Fair

 5:30–7:30 p.m. Virtual
Explore career opportunities and chat with design and planning professionals. Ask questions about career preparation and success factors, as well as internship and full-time positions, and how to apply. To increase your chance of being selected to talk one-on-one with an employer, complete your profile and RSVP for the event on Handshake. The event is open to CU Boulder students and alumni from all majors, experience levels and backgrounds.

Farmworker Awareness Lunch and Learn Panel

 Noon–1 p.m.   C4C, Abrams Lounge Zoom
Did you know it’s Farmworker Awareness Week? Enjoy free lunch while you learn about local and national organizations that work directly with and for farmworkers, and about ways to support current farmworker-led movements. Sign up on CUServes. Win a prize if you’re one of the first 10 people to pre-register! If you can’t make it in person, you can also join via Zoom. The event is hosted by the Center for Inclusion and Social Change, Latin and Latinx Studies Center and Volunteer Resource Center.

Thursday, March 31

How to Find an Internship

 3–4 p.m.  Virtual
Did you know employers say internship experience is the number one reason they’ll hire one college graduate over another? Get ahead of the game and join Career Services to learn about strategies for finding, applying for and successfully getting internships. Sign up on Handshake to attend. 

Friday, April 1

Feel Good Fridays

 12:15–12:45 p.m.  CU Art Museum  Zoom
Come learn about a work of art and then participate in a related mindfulness practice. Join in the museum galleries in person or virtually via Zoom. The powerful, guided meditation can undo stress, soothe the nervous system and help you feel relaxed and revitalized. All are welcome. 

CU on Friday

 4–6 p.m.  UMC, The Connection
Connect with your community at this fun UMC tradition! Everyone is welcome to attend. April’s theme is “April Flowers.” Come decorate a flower pot while you enjoy some sweet and salty snacks. Everyone is welcome and there will be half-price bowling and billiards during the event. The event is sponsored by CU Boulder Hillel, the center for Jewish life on campus.  

Program Council Film Series: Scream (2022)

 8 p.m.  CHEM 140
Come watch a movie on the big screen with Program Council. Tonight’s film is Scream (2022). There will be free popcorn and the event is open to all students and guests. Doors open at 7:30 p.m.; the film begins at 8 p.m.

Bonus: 5 things to do this weekend

Extreme Bowling

 April 1, 2   7–11 p.m.  UMC, The Connection
Grab a couple of friends and get ready to have a great night at The Connection, Friday and Saturday nights. Enjoy the fun of bowling with black lights, colored lane lights and color pins. It’s the only extreme bowling you’ll find in Boulder!

Beach Park Cleanup

April 2  10 a.m.–noon  Beach Park, 1280 Euclid Ave.
Are you looking to volunteer? Join CU GOLD for a day of service and clean up Beach Park with fellow Buffs. You can help repot flower beds, pull weeds, pick up trash and clean up the area. All necessary materials will be provided. Send an email to to sign up! You do not need to be a CU GOLD member to participate.


April 3  10 a.m.  Duane Field
Join members of CU Student Government with raising awareness for sexual assault issues that affect the CU Boulder community. Join this activity and other events, and learn about resources as part of Sexual Assault Awarness Month.

LGBTQ+ Interpretive Hike: Chautauqua

April 3  9 a.m.–3 p.m.  Rec Center
Take in some fresh air and join a hike to cultivate a deeper connection with the environment by exploring local flora, fauna and geology. Enjoy connecting with others from the LGBTQ+ community. All abilities welcome.

Program Council spring concert featuring Felly

April 3  6:30 p.m.  UMC, Glenn Miller Ballroom  Start at $11
Bring a friend and join rapper, singer-songwriter and producer Felly for a night of music! The latest signee to 300 Entertainment, Felly is kicking off this thrilling new era with his third album Young Fel 2. His music is an experimental blend of traditional rap, indie rock and soul. He attributes his inspiration to a growing curiosity about spirituality through hobbies like meditation and collecting religious art. 

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