Events

Saturday, November 10

CrossBorder: New Media and Border Politics

CrossBorder is a collaborative transnational project that interrogates the cultural and artistic questions that develop from LatinX migration. It features...

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...

Spring 2019 Registration for Current Degree-Seeking Students (By Assignment)

View enrollment dates in MyCUInfo. Registration remains open through Jan. 10.

Summer 2019 Schedule Review Period (No CTUFs Accepted)

During this period, send all schedule changes directly to academicscheduling@colorado.edu. See the Summer 2019 Planning Memo...

Winter & Spring 2019 Petitions Accepted for Colorado Residency

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

Ski Bus to Keystone and  A-Basin

The CU Ski Bus provides students, staff, and faculty an affordable and convenient way to get to the ski slopes and back without driving. Ticket sales are on...

Phase: Hardware Hackathon

Phase is the first-ever hardware student hackathon at the CU Boulder. 16 hours of hacking!

Better Boulder Day of Service

Sign up for Better Boulder Day of Service fall projects now! CU students, faculty and staff are invited to spend the day working with various organizations...

Florian Hecker: Synopsis Seriation 

Florian Hecker: Synopsis Seriation September 6—December 22, 2018 Synopsis Seriation is a constellation of four computer-generated sound pieces. Their...

CrossBorder

Friday and Saturday: Panels, readings, screenings and discussions on immigration, migration and the US/Mexico Border. Friday: CU Boulder Norlin Library 5th...

Hecuba: A world premiere translation by Diane Rayor

Years of violence and war have stripped Hecuba—Queen of Troy—of all she holds dear. In this translation of Euripides’ bleakest drama, Hecuba grieves her...

Provenance: An MFA dance concert

Two MFA candidates showcase explosive modern dance and gesture-driven contemporary ballet to interrogate identity, origin stories and the fallibility of...

Saturday, November 10