Are you ready to let your competitive spirit out? There are many opportunities for you to get involved and find organizations that fit your interests. Here are a few, if you love winning and competing.
March is Spring Philanthropy Month, when CU student groups team up with the CU Boulder Alumni Association and Herd Leadership Council to raise funds for causes they care about. There are over a dozen student groups participating, and you can make a difference by contributing to their crowdfunding campaigns.
Scientists, policymakers including Gov. Jared Polis, and CU Boulder leaders addressed about 200 people Wednesday night, who braved frigid temperatures to attend the chancellor’s annual summit, dubbed Working to Forge a Just and Sustainable Future.
This week brings a grad student social, DIY macrame, the Inclusive Sports Summit, a networking workshop, Off-Campus Housing Fair, AAPI appetizer hour, free screening of “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” and more.
From joining a book club, attending a concert or catching a movie, there’s something for you to find your place on campus. Here are some ways to connect with others if you love entertainment and having a good time.
There are a variety of activities happening on campus all the time. From learning to have compassion and celebrating Black History Month to career fairs, DIY nights and more––take advantage of free student events this month.
During the daily #BeTheChange challenge, you’ll engage with music, articles, podcasts and films to learn about current and historical issues of racial inequity and ways to be part of the solution. Plan to participate.