A performance by the Boulder Children's Chorale

University Libraries to celebrate expanded collections by Latin American Indigenous authors Oct. 28

Oct. 12, 2021

The Nahuatl Evening is free and will include three speakers, Indigenous language performances, including one by the Boulder Children's Chorale, and a book exhibition.

An art exhibit on the CU Boulder campus

Attend the inaugural Culture Crawl Oct. 7

Sept. 27, 2021

This free event is open to faculty, staff and students and will take you around campus as you explore CU Boulder’s arts and culture sites and engage in immersive, stress-free activities.

CU Museum of Natural History being remodeled

CU Museum of Natural History to reopen Sept. 27

Sept. 21, 2021

After a closure that lasted over a year, the CU Museum of Natural History will be reopening its doors to the campus and community Monday, Sept. 27.

Women's liberation

University Libraries celebrating centennial of 19th Amendment

Sept. 15, 2020

The ratification of the 19th Amendment secured and protected women’s right to vote. The University Libraries held a panel discussion and is providing an online exhibit of archives.

exhibit at the CU Museum of Natural History

CU Museum of Natural History now accessible from home

Sept. 10, 2020

The CU Museum has gone virtual, offering a wide range of exhibits and educational materials for students, families and community members—online accessible every day and always free.

A photograph showing young Jewish children studying

Join ‘Jews Out West’: A symposium Nov. 7 and ongoing exhibit

Oct. 25, 2019

Confronted by the aftermath of the Holocaust and the establishment of a Jewish State after World War II, Jews found new ways to think of themselves as Jewish Americans in the American West.

Walter Orr sits outside on campus

Archives digitizes Walter Orr Roberts Collection for NCAR's 60th

June 21, 2019

The University Libraries and the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) are delighted to share the newly curated Walter Orr Roberts digital collection.

Aubrey Kroger poses by exhibit

Friends of the Libraries fellow exhibit on display

May 20, 2019

Fellowship recipient Aubrey Kroger brings her electrical and computer engineering background to her exhibit called “Wonder Women: The Dynamic, Influential, and Innovative Scientists of CU Boulder,” now on display in Gemmill Library.

Protect This Land exhibit

‘Protect This Land’ exhibit reception May 17

May 16, 2019

Join the Earth Sciences & Map Library for a reception at their latest exhibit, showcasing a range of Western maps alongside works by notable artists and students that depict the relationship between art and science.

People participate in an alternative fuel vehicle ride-n-drive expo

Campus Transportation Expo slated for April 3

March 18, 2019

To be held on the Buff Plaza and inside Balch Fieldhouse, the event will feature the latest in electric vehicles, e-bikes and more, as well as presentations from NREL, Proterra and Polaris.

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