Published: Jan. 30, 2023

This week brings registration for a mindfulness program, Till movie screening, lunch with a veteran activist, organization tips, an artist lecture, a winter pick-me-up, the Basic Needs Center open house and more. 

A student painting a rainbow on a windowMonday, Jan. 30

Mindful Campus spring registration

Renée Crown Wellness Institute
Improve your mindfulness with this eight-week program, free for all CU students. Various cohorts are offered for everyone, with most programs starting Jan. 30 or Feb. 1. 

Start your semester strong!

 10–11 a.m.  Virtual
Time management and organization are vital to success. Attend this virtua workshop for tips on getting organized.

Tuesday, Jan. 31

Perfect Your Resume workshop

 3:30–4:30 p.m.  Virtual
Your resume can shape an employer’s first impression of you. Learn how to stand out with this virtual document workshop.

Sarah Rara: Visiting Artist Lecture

 6:30–7:30 p.m.  Visual Arts, 1B20
Enjoy a lecture from Sarah Rara. Their accomplished work has been shown at museums across the country. 

Wednesday, Feb. 1

Apple Engineering Networking Day

 9 a.m.–1 p.m.  Fleming, Idea Forge
Do you want to work for Apple one day? Apple engineers are coming to CU to network with students and discuss opportunities. 

Wellness Wednesday: Beating the Winter Blues

 2–4 p.m.  Museum of Natural History
During this time of year, many people experience the winter blues. Health and Wellness services are here to help. Get your spirits up this Wednesday by making friendship bracelets. 

Thursday, Feb. 2

Basic Needs Center open house

 11 a.m.–4 p.m.  UMC 457
The Basic Needs Center provides essential resources to Buffs in need. This open house includes snacks, refreshments and a tour of the Buff Pantry. 

Buffalo Nites: Hypnotist and Mentalist

 7–8:30 p.m.  UMC 235
Are you ready for your mind to be blown? Michael C. Anthony is a professional hypnotist and mentalist who is hosting an evening you may never forget.

Friday, Feb. 3

Friday Night Film Series: Till

 8 p.m.  CHEM 140
Till is a 2022 drama film based on a true story. The film follows events after the murder of Emmett Till and exposes the racism that took place. 

Lunch with veteran activist George Lakey

 1–2:30 p.m.  CASE W357
George Lakey is a leader and trainer in many social movements. Enjoy a lunch discussing the strategies and tactics of social change