Yesterday our campus faced extreme adversity that was very unsettling. Events like these impact each of us differently and no way of coping is right or wrong. Our community showed its strength and unity as we opened our arms and our homes to one another.
During the two incidents yesterday, we heard from some of you about some of the terms we used in our emergency communication. We hope this will help everyone understand what the terms mean and why we use them.
After receiving several reports of a non-CU text alert received by some affiliates yesterday, campus officials began an investigation with the vendor that provides our text alert system, RAVE Mobile Safety. Searches in social media further revealed that the same message was being received by affiliates at many universities across the United States.
Join the Department of Art & Art History and the CU Art Museum for a great night out. Over 52 studio doors will be open from 5 to 8 p.m. in the Visual Arts Complex, as part of the Boulder Open Studios Program. From 5 to 7 p.m. the CU Art Museum will celebrate the work of Boulder-based artist Ana Maria Hernando as part of their First Thursday program.
Belongings at the UMC
If you still have belongings at the UMC following yesterday's closure, you can stop by the UMC reception desk to retrieve them.