Be part of the Dialogue & Healing Series, which aims to create meaningful dialogue around the areas of racial justice, gender justice, trauma and politics. Join the dialogue: Attend a session or submit a proposal to lead one.
Need some wheels for a short while, perhaps with ski and bike racks? Adding to existing car-share options on campus, Parking and Transportation Services has partnered with Zipcar in a program designed for students, faculty and staff.
After a nearly 30-year career leading University Libraries through advancements; promoting knowledge and research access; and serving countless organizations on campus, in his field and beyond, longtime commencement marshal and Dean Jim Williams will retire.
From Feb. 10 through 12, the classical guitar will take center stage in the third CU International Guitar Festival and Competition. The festival’s finale will feature 40 competing guitarists from China, Italy, Mexico and all over the United States.
On Tuesday, Feb. 7, at 6:30 p.m., CU's Visiting Artist Program will feature a lecture by architect Jenny Sabin, whose work is at the forefront of a new direction for 21st-century architectural practice.
RL Grime, Ty Dolla $ign, blackbear and SoDown will perform at CU Boulder's Balch Fieldhouse on Feb. 25. Student tickets for the concert, sponsored by Program Council and Prime Social Group, are $25-$35 and general public tickets are $45. Tickets are on sale now.
Looking for some nutrition advice in the residence halls?
Whether you have food allergies, diet preferences or are just looking for some general nutritional guidance, Housing & Dining Service's registered dietitian/nutritionist can help answer all of your quesions about eating healthy.
Starting Monday, Feb. 6, the service parking lot between the University Memorial Center and the Center for Academic Success and Engagement construction site will be closed to pedestrian traffic during the day for at least the next three months. Closures will run roughly from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each weekday.