U.S. capitol building

The new normal: Conflict, polarization and incivility

April 27, 2018

Join the conversation May 2 about local, regional and national politics with political commentator Eric Sondermann and Center of the American West Faculty Director Patty Limerick.

Candle burns with Jewish star in background

Join Holocaust remembrance events this week

April 16, 2018

Holocaust remembrance events taking place this week on campus and at Hillel of Colorado will include a keynote lecture on "Hitler's Furies," a film screening and more.

Campus community members holds stack of poetry books

A celebration of campus's favorite poems: Public reading April 18

April 16, 2018

Celebrating poetry's role in our lives, the University Libraries invite the community to a reading of 15 of CU Boulder's favorite poems, submitted by the campus.

Hula dancers perform at CU Boulder's International Festival

Celebrate campus's diversity of cultures at the International Festival

April 12, 2018

Free and open to all, the student-organized International Festival on April 14 features cultural booths, performances and food from around the world. You're invited!

A reader at 2014 Journal Twenty Twenty event, Boulder Book Store

'Journal Twenty Twenty' launches at Boulder Book Store event March 16

March 12, 2018

This undergraduate creative nonfiction journal published at CU Boulder celebrates all forms of creative nonfiction: new voices in memoir and personal essay, new journalism, portraiture and more.

Nowruz table with foods, candles, decor

Celebrate Nowruz, Persian New Year, on March 16

March 9, 2018

Join CU Boulder's Persian Student Association for this ancient holiday. The event will feature Arpege, K-von, DJ Taba and traditional performances. Seating is limited, so get your tickets!

Participants work on women in the arts pages for Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon

Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon March 8

March 7, 2018

On International Women's Day, drop in on this free event to create and improve Wikipedia articles related to women in the arts. Guidance will be provided for Wikipedia newcomers.

Photo from last year's Hebrew Schmooze-A-Palooza concert

Hebrew Schmooze-A-Palooza concert March 7

March 5, 2018

Join the students of CU Boulder's Hebrew classes and the Program in Jewish Studies for a night of musical and dance performances to celebrate Hebrew classes and community.

Student Gwendalynn Roebke

Norlin Library hosting its first 'living library' March 1

Feb. 27, 2018

The interactive event features the stories of students, staff and faculty engaging with visitors, or "readers," for impactful conversations about gender, race, nationality, religion, ability and beyond.

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Show some love to your favorite CU Art Museum artwork

Feb. 13, 2018

Now through Valentine's Day, stop by the CU Art Museum and fall in love; make it official by placing a paper heart in front of the artwork you love and snapping a photo for social media.