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5 ways to spend your spring break if you’re staying in town

March 16, 2022

There are plenty of things to do in Boulder and Denver over spring break. Whether you're looking for adventure or places to kick back and relax, here are some ideas if you’re staying in town.

Students dancing outside on campus

10 things to do this week: St. Patrick’s Day fun and more

March 14, 2022

This week brings wheelchair basketball, party smart Health Huts, free bouldering, Drag Queen Bingo, a session on applying to graduate school, karaoke night, Feel Good Fridays and more.

Students tabling for CUSG

Vote in CU Boulder elections, learn world politics or try something new with these opportunities

March 11, 2022

From politically focused internships and voting in local elections to attending international conferences, here are a few ways to get involved if you’re interested in public service or a career in politics or international affairs.

Female engineers at CU Boulder over the years

The future of engineering

March 9, 2022

The future of engineering at CU Boulder is one of inclusivity, diversity and resilience. We celebrate our past female excellence while also striving to build on CU Boulder's legacy and create an equitable future for all.

Students catch up on studying and relaxing at the UMC fountain area

10 things to do this week: Fire Pit Friday, ‘Jurassic Park’ trivia, more

March 7, 2022

This week brings women's rock climbing night, the Graduate School Fair, an LGBTQ+ pool party, St. Patrick’s Week at the Rec Center, fire pits at Beach Park, a “Legally Blonde” film screening and more.

Group photo of high schoolers

Graduate students host high schoolers for engineering outreach event

March 3, 2022

The Committee for Equity in Mechanical Engineering invited students from Arrupe Jesuit High School to campus, where they built robots and toured the Integrated Teaching and Learning Laboratory.

Stanley McChrystal speaks in Macky Auditorium

Stanley McChrystal shares insights on Ukraine invasion, leadership in uncertain times

March 2, 2022

This year's Leo Hill Leadership speaker, a retired four-star general and former special ops commander, discussed leadership in times of uncertainty and shared his perspective on the Russian invasion of Ukraine in front of an audience of more than 1,000 students and community members.

A view of a burned neighborhood

Participate in the Marshall Fire soils project

March 2, 2022

Researchers across campus are launching a project to assess whether the Marshall Fire resulted in the contamination of soils—an important question for residents looking to rebuild, as well as those in areas that may be affected by future fires.

Students walking through UMC arch

Free things to do in March

March 1, 2022

There's always something happening on campus. Self-care workshops, movie nights, celebrating Women’s History Month, career fairs and more—take advantage of free student events this month.

student studying in the UMC

10 things to do this week: Campus talks, movie night, more

Feb. 28, 2022

This week brings the Leo Hill Speaker Series, a suicide prevention workshop, Queers and Cakes, a guided painting class, an Angelica Ross talk, CU on Friday: Buffs Madness, a “School of Rock” movie night and more.