Published: Nov. 28, 2022

Welcome back, Buffs! This week brings an Alternative Breaks info session, women’s basketball, a Spanish language lunch table, an art film screening, The Rocky Coasts in concert, expert advice on your startup idea and more.

Students studying in Norlin LibraryMonday, Nov. 28

Preparing for Finals

 3 p.m.  Virtual
Finals are just around the corner. Learn how to prepare with this virtual presentation. 

Alternative Breaks info session

 5 p.m.  UMC 245
Are you interested in taking a meaningful service trip over spring break? This information session provides students with key information on taking an Alternative Break. 

Tuesday, Nov. 29

Now What? Advice & Answers from an Expert about your Idea or Startup

 8–9:30 a.m.  Koelbel, Room 236
Do you have a fresh idea? Book a 30-minute appointment with a business expert or attorney. Register here

Perfect Your Resume

 2–3 p.m.  Virtual
Is your resume up to par? Learn how to catch the eye of a future employer with this free resume workshop. 

Wednesday, Nov. 30

Women’s basketball vs. Western Michigan

 6 p.m.  CU Events Center  $10–$12
Enjoy a CU basketball game against Western Michigan. Sko Buffs! 

Right Here, Right Now Global Climate Summit, Dec. 1–4

Join the United Nations Human Rights and CU Boulder for the Right Here, Right Now Global Climate Summit, a multi-day summit addressing the interconnectedness of human rights and climate change.

Join us in person and virtually. Registration is free and open to all.

Spanish language lunch table

 Noon–1 p.m.  SEEC Café
Practice your Spanish skills in a friendly environment. This is a fun activity for people to trade stories, learn about new cultures and make new friends! 

Thursday, Dec. 1

Karaoke Night

 7 p.m.  The Connection
Now is the time to show off your singing skills! Visit The Connection this Thursday for a lively karaoke night. 

Concert: The Rocky Coasts with On the Dot

 7:30 p.m.  Old Main  $7–$14
Old Main is a historic concert venue making a comeback! Enjoy The Rocky Coasts, a Boulder-based, five-man garage rock band. 

Friday, Dec. 2

CU on Friday: Home for the Holidays

 4 p.m.  The Connection
Visit the UMC to take part in a beloved tradition of free gingerbread house decorating, chili and corn chips. There will also be half-priced bowling and billiards during the event! 

Art/Film Screening Series: Love and Fury

 7–8 p.m.  ATLAS 311
Love and Fury follows Native artists as they navigate their careers throughout the U.S. and abroad. Each artist faces their own complexities as they push Native art in a post-colonial world. This event is free and open to the public.