Several months ago I wrote a column focusing on the election, the Colorado Creed and the importance of engaging with each other in respectful dialogue. As another campaign season comes to an end and we strive to reunify our nation after two years of spirited and sometimes contentious and polarizing debate, I think it’s important again to remember and recommit to our values as a university.
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From helping international students connect, to cultivating an environment of mutual respect between Muslims and all communities, four campus members will be honored Nov. 16 for their outstanding contributions to international understanding.
Join a panel of politically engaged CU students and political science and law professors to discuss the results of the election, the implications of a Trump presidency, and the future of American politics at 7 p.m. Wednesday in Visual Arts 1B20. The free, public event is sponsored by the Center for Western Civilization, Thought and Policy at CU Boulder.
Join the University of Colorado Law School on Thursday, Dec. 1, from 5:45 to 6:45 p.m. for the 42nd annual Austin W. Scott, Jr. Lecture, featuring Professor Frederic Bloom in his talk "Silence and Noise."
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