Hello, everyone. I hope you're all enjoying this beautiful and so far sunny September. This week, check out some of the Space Month events, a CPR and first-aid certification class and the Rocky Mountain Showdown: CU vs. CSU football.
Welcome back to you veteran buffs, and to the new freshman talent out there, welcome home. This week's events include campus resources and study abroad fairs, paint-it-yourself pottery night and International Coffee Hour.
Dead Week is upon us once more. But there is a light at the end of the tunnel. The following events can serve to facilitate the transition to finals week by providing an alternative activity to enjoy as a break from your studies.
This week is Be Boulder Week, and as such, campus is alit with chances to proclaim your love for our hallowed school. As well as celebrating school pride, campus is serving up multiple opportunities for you to meet new people and get involved in your preferred area of campus life.
The Vietnamese Student Association puts on their annual cultural show, and the Caribbean Student Association gives the song "Buffalo Soldier" a new meaning as they invite all their fellow Buffaloes to celebrate the impending end of semester.
Topics such as healthcare, immigration and many other global issues are the focus of the Conference on World Affairs. While the CU International Festival gives attendees the opportunity to celebrate the diversity of our own campus.
Welcome back to school! I’m sure you all had a wonderful spring break and are ready to get back to work. This week, we have an array of activities at our fingertips, including the chancellor's Spring Town Hall, a music conference and a "Game of Thrones" pre-screening.
For those of you not making it out to Cabo or Cancun for spring break, don't despair; Colorado has plenty to offer. Whether you're looking for outdoor adventures or something to distract you from the inevitable beach photos clouding Facebook, these events will provide plenty of opportunity to get out and enjoy the week off.