Halloween celebrations that involve alcohol and other substances can also make it easier for problematic behaviors and unwelcome advances to go unnoticed. Here are some tips to stay safe and have fun over Halloween weekend.
Whether you're starting your job or internship search, looking to build skills or need resume help, Career Services offers a variety of workshops to support students throughout their academic journey and prepare for life after CU.
This week brings “a bunch of Hocus Pocus,” the ATLAS Center’s annual festival, a Halloween cycling class, a talk on feelings about climate change, The Power of Laughter, cookie decorating, scary movies and more.
When it comes to 20th- and 21st-century music, Professor of Music Theory Daphne Leong—along with her colleagues in the world of rhythm in music performance and scholarship—engages in intense research and endless experimentation, which brought her to Montreal’s McGill University for a recent residency.
Energy conservation is a valuable practice that advances CU Boulder’s sustainability goals for students, faculty and staff, and saves you money. Check out five ways to incorporate energy conservation into your daily activities.
The 2023 election includes a number of local issues, including at the city, county and state levels. Visit the election page to learn how and where to register on campus, what’s on the ballot and where you can cast your votes by 7 p.m. on Nov. 7.