Events

Sunday, October 14

Earth Sciences Photo Exhibit

The top ten entries from the 2018 Earth Sciences Photo Contest, sponsored by the Earth Sciences & Map Library, are on display throughout the Laughing Goat...

Mapping Home / Collecting Truths: Works by Indigenous and International Artist

Thirty-five artists respond to to the idea of homeland, organized by CU professor and printmaker Melanie Yazzie. Student contributions explore climate...

Winter & Spring 2019 Petitions Accepted for Colorado Residency

See Tuition Classification (www.colorado.edu/registrar/students/state-residency).

Open Studios Exhibit

The Open Studios Tour preview exhibit is moving to the new Museum of Boulder! This exhibit will feature one piece of art from each of the 139 juried artists...

Women's Club Soccer Game

Come support your CU Women's Club Soccer "C" Team against Western!

Women's Club Rugby Game

Come support your CU Women's Club Rugby Team against AFA!

SPARK!  Cultural Programming for People with Memory Loss

SPARK! programs create an opportunity for individuals living with early to mid-stage memory loss and their families to enjoy interactive and engaging...

CU Volleyball vs. OSU

Come out to support CU volleyball as they take on OSU. There will be "Sunday sundaes" and an all-ages clinic. Plus, get four general admission tickets for $15.

Chamber Winds: Vibrant Musical Visions

The Chamber Winds, which features student-musicians from the CU Symphonic Band in a presentation of works for smaller wind and percussion ensembles, presents...

Next to Normal: A musical by Brian Yorkey and Tom Kitt

Body, memory and trauma collide in this Pulitzer Prize-winning musical exploring the collateral effects of mental illness. Set to an electrifying score of...

Writing the Cover Letter for Your Job Interview

Dr. Mark Pleiss, Lead Coordinator, GTP In this workshop, Dr. Pleiss discusses how to write cover letters that will catch the eye of reviewers and cater to...

Probably Novel Podcast - Andres Mora

Join Grant Baker, Joe Castagneri, and Matthew Maierhofer on the first episode of Probably Novel, a weekly podcast showcasing exciting STEM research conducted...

Sunday, October 14