Published: Nov. 17, 2022

This weekend brings grad student presentations, “a trivial comedy for serious people,” extreme bowling, an arctic climate presentation, women’s basketball, a double feature at Fiske and more. 

Students do a craft at the CU Art MuseumFriday, Nov. 18

Mostly Molecular Biology

 4–5 p.m.  Gold Biosciences, Room A120
Enjoy this weekly event where graduate students share their research, hosted by Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology. 

Drifting North – Into the Polar Night

 7–8 p.m.  Fiske Planetarium  $8–$12
Step out into the Arctic Ocean with this climate presentation. Scientists will race the fading lights to set up the Multidisciplinary Drifting Observatory for the Study of Arctic Climate.

Extreme Bowling

 7–10 p.m.  The Connection  Prices vary
Extreme bowling is like regular bowling, but better! Enjoy a night of black lights, colored pins and more.

Saturday, Nov. 19

Print Make and Take Workshop

 1:30 p.m.  CU Art Museum 
Learn how to make prints with common items at this free, student-led workshop. All skill levels welcome! 

Self-Care and Community Care

 2–3 p.m.  Wardenburg, third floor, West Solarium
Do you know the impacts of stress? Learn strategies for stress management and self-care. 

Women’s basketball vs. Air Force

 2 p.m.  CU Events Center  $10–$12
The CU women’s basketball team is taking on the Falcons this Saturday. Sko Buffs! 

Sunday, Nov. 20

The Importance of Being Earnest

 2 p.m.  Old Main Chapel  $19
Don't miss the final night of The Importance of Being Earnest, a trivial comedy by Oscar Wilde that tells the story of four young lovers. Performances also happening Friday and Saturday nights.

Double Feature: Dream to Fly & CAPCOM Go!

 2:30–3:30 p.m.  Fiske Planetarium  $8–$12
Enjoy a combination of two fulldome shows! The mystery of flying and the first people to walk on the moon will be explored.