Girls reading Yiddish and Polish newspaper in the 1930s

Yiddish, English or maybe both: The evolution of an ‘Yidea’ Feb. 21

Jan. 22, 2019

Poet, essayist, translator, editor and teacher Irena Klepfisz will describe issues she faced when trying to incorporate Yiddish into her English poetry and prose.

Two faculty members present a electrical light-based experiment.

Showing the magic of science, CU Wizards returns Jan. 26

Jan. 22, 2019

For over three decades, the CU Wizards program has presented no-cost monthly shows featuring lively demonstration experiments to entertain and inform children about the wonders of science.

Several factories with smoke pollution

Learn about climate and energy law in the Trump administration

Jan. 22, 2019

Join the Getches-Wilkinson Center for this free event Jan. 24, the 11th annual Schultz Lecture in Energy featuring Jody Freeman, Harvard Law professor.

Lucile Berkeley Buchanan

Remembering Lucile: A family’s rise from slavery, a legacy forged a mile high

Jan. 18, 2019

Join Polly McLean on Jan. 24 as she commemorates CU's first African American graduate in a discussion of a newly published biography telling the story of Lucile Berkeley Buchanan.

Brown-bag lunch, notebook and pen, and an orange

Find out about FERPA at the ethics and compliance session Jan. 28

Jan. 16, 2019

Join a session featuring the Office of the Registrar and focusing on impacts of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act on the campus community.

Josh Kun

Join a public talk by Josh Kun Jan. 24

Jan. 14, 2019

MacArthur Fellow Josh Kun will discuss how the DJ method of crossfading is used to explore and animate historic sheet music, vinyl LPs and more, addressing issues of gentrification, urban redevelopment and racial inequality.

Black and white image of men looking through massive piles of books

Attend a lecture Jan. 24: ‘The Book Smugglers of the Vilna Ghetto’

Jan. 9, 2019

In honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, David Fishman will discuss the story of ghetto inmates who rescued thousands of rare books and manuscripts by hiding, burying and smuggling them.

Firefighters fighting a huge fire

CU on the Weekend lectures begin Jan. 26

Jan. 4, 2019

Megafires, Cuban pop music, ancient aliens and medieval Spain take center stage as part of this free public lecture series featuring some of CU Boulder’s most dynamic faculty.

Bright star and snowy mountaintop

Colorado skies celebrate the winter solstice

Dec. 18, 2018

Interested in learning about the solstice sky and the constellations that are up this time of year? Head to Fiske Planetarium Dec. 22 for insight.

CU Museum of Natural History building

Free screenings feature CMCI student productions

Dec. 4, 2018

Campus and community members are invited to a special screening Dec. 7 of six short video stories highlighting the exhibits, research and collections of the CU Museum of Natural History.