The Recreation Center will be offering students free fitness classes Jan. 16 to Jan. 22 and free martial arts and dance classes Jan. 23 to Jan. 28. Several Intramural Sports and Sport Club meetings will be taking place at The Rec during this time, as well.
Laverne Cox, an Emmy-nominated actress best known for her role in the Netflix series "Orange is The New Black," will speak at CU Boulder’s Macky Auditorium on Jan. 25. The speech is co-hosted by the university’s student-run Cultural Events Board and Distinguished Speakers Board.
On Monday, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment announced the addition of 42 medication collection box locations in two dozen counties around the state, including a permanent location at the CU Boulder Police Department and Parking and Transportation lobby.
University of Colorado football coach Mike MacIntyre, the near-unanimous national coach of the year, has signed a contract extension through the 2021 season, CU Athletic Director Rick George announced Monday.
A partnership of CU Boulder students, faculty and staff will host a Jan. 25 BuffsUnited event that will support the values of an inclusive campus and the Colorado Creed. The event is free and open to the public.
Professor Andrew Cowell and linguistics doctoral student Irina Wagner are working to save the endangered Arapaho language. Along the way they are also preserving the stories, narratives, songs and ethnohistory of the Arapaho.
CU Boulder alumna Alexis Martin Woodall says film studies program empowered her to craft compelling stories and produce Emmy-winning content, such as "The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story."
Andrea Ramsey, associate director of choral studies at CU Boulder, seeks to raise awareness through music for the ongoing tragedy in Flint, Michigan, and tell the stories that may have been lost in the two years since the crisis began.