This weekend brings a screening of the 2018 Halloween movie, a journey beyond the mind at Fiske Planetarium, BIPOC bouldering, CU volleyball and soccer, a climate justice workshop, a multimedia installation and more.
Friday, Oct. 7
It's LGBT History Month month! Stop by Norlin Quad to see a variety of pride flags, each of which has a unique history and meaning. Check out the display to learn more about their identities, origins and meanings.
7 p.m. CU Events Center $8–$10
Support the Buffs this Friday by cheering them on against Stanford University.
8 p.m. CHEM 140
Join Program Council for popcorn and a free screening of Halloween (2018). The slasher film directed by David Gordon Green is the 11th film in the Halloween series. The film features Jamie Lee Curtis in her role as Laurie Strodeand.
Saturday, Oct. 8
9 a.m.–3p.m. Fleming Building, Idea Forge
Do you want to address climate change? Learn about climate justice through presentations and activities. Sign up here.
1 p.m. ATLAS Center, Room B2
Experience Oracle, a multimedia installation presented by the B2 Center for Media, Arts, and Performance.
6–6:30 p.m., 7:30–8 p.m., 9–9:30 p.m. Fiske Planetarium $30
Immerse yourself in a project inspired by ancient Vedic tales and Sanskrit mantras. This journey beyond the mind is one you will never forget. The show will also play Sunday.
Sunday, Oct. 9
1 p.m. Prentup Field $8–$12
The Buffs are facing the Ducks this weekend in a lively soccer game. Don't miss it!
7–9 p.m. Rec Center, climbing gym
Join BIPOC and ally students for a fun evening of climbing. All levels and abilities welcome; equipment provided.
7 p.m. Mary Rippon Theatre $12–$16
Something wicked this way comes. In this immersive theatrical experience, you will face bloody, ghostly and ghastly characters from the Bard's work. The production runs Oct. 7–16 and lasts about 45 minutes.