Published: May 1, 2023

This week brings the ATLAS Expo, free goodies at The Hive, a meditation at Fiske, a walk through the farmer’s market, a silent film accompanied by CU music students, a pouring challenge and more. 

Students studying indoors on campusMonday, May 1

Unwind with ALTEC at The Hive

​ May 1–4  9 a.m–6 p.m. Hellems, Room 159
Set time aside for yourself this week. Stop by The Hive @ ALTEC for free goodies, including bagels, popcorn, ice cream sandwiches, a snack bar and goodie bags. 

I Love Mondays: Yogurt parfaits

2 p.m.  UMC North Dining Area
Learn about campus involvement while enjoying a yogurt parfait, hosted by the Center for Student Involvement.

Tuesday, May 2

Can you pass the pouring challenge?

11 a.m.–1 p.m.  College and Broadway underpass
Before partaking in end-of-the-year celebrations, put your knowledge of alcohol to the test. Celebrate safely with resources from Health and Wellness Services. 

CAPS Fiske Meditation

5–6 p.m.  Fiske Planetarium 
CAPS and Fiske Planetarium are teaming up to help you reconnect the mind and body. Ease your mind with an easy-going guided meditation.

Wednesday, May 3

Weekly Wednesday Farmer’s Market Walk

3:30 p.m.  C4C, ISSS office lobby
International students are invited to a farmer’s market walk this Wednesday! Attendees may even score some free swag/goodies.

Thursday, May 4

ATLAS Expo 2023

4–6 p.m.  ATLAS Center
Join this year’s ATLAS Expo—the biggest one yet—featuring student works in creative technology, computing and design, including AR/VR, games, electronics and interactive and immersive experiences.

Late Night Breakfast

7–9:30 p.m.  UMC
Treat yourself to a free late-night breakfast after the last day of classes, a favorite CU Boulder tradition. No meal plan required.

A Night of Silent Film accompanied by the College of Music

7:30 p.m.  Imig Music, Chamber Hall S102
College of Music students will accompanying silent films using various music scores from the American Music Research Center's Grauman collection: Gertie the Dinosaur (1914), Get Out and Get Under (1920) and Filibus: The Mysterious Air Pirate (1915).

Friday, May 5

Artist Spotlight & Dot Painting Workshop

1–3 p.m.  CU Art Museum
Take a break from finals prep to spend some time with artwork by Barbara Takenaga, a historically underrepresented artist, and make some art of your own. Snacks, drinks and all materials provided. Registration is limited to 20 participants.

Black Holes: The Other Side of Infinity

7–8 p.m.  Fiske Planetarium $8–$12
Learn about black holes with Liam Neeson. This presentation will explore the power and grace of black holes.