Events

Friday, November 5

Historic illustration of apple.

Now you can discover the cultural and biological context of Boulder’s historic apple trees from your laptop! CU Museum’s newest exhibit features Boulder...

Virtual Event
Dinner and a Movie

Support Buffs-affiliated restaurants while streaming The Light Shines On, a short-but-moving movie about the history of CU Boulder.

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Fall 2021 Tuition and Fees Due Date (new and/or unpaid charges)  (11:59 p.m.)

Payment for new and/or unpaid charges is due by 11:59 p.m. View and pay your bill in Buff Portal for students or CUBill&Pay for authorized payers. If...

18th century beaded saddle

Horses are not just an animal–they are a way of life in the Rocky Mountains, Great Plains and American Southwest. A new online exhibit at the CU Museum,...

Virtual Event
Registrar

From Nov. 3 through 5, changes that can be made include classroom swaps, cancellations, assigning non-centrally controlled classrooms and adding instructor...

Takács Quartet (digital): Mozart, Dutilleux and Smetana

The Grammy-winning Takács Quartet has moved audiences and sold out halls at CU Boulder for more than three decades and counting. The group’s irresistible...

virtual 5k runner

Run this student-benefiting race on your own time, wherever you’d like! Your entry fee includes a T-shirt, commemorative medal, race bib and CU stickers. $10...

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Panel discussion: 'Leadership in Law Enforcement'

Join the Center for Leadership for a panel discussion on "Leadership in Law Enforcement" to discuss the importance of strong leadership in all components of...

Aerial view of CU Boulder campus

A project narrative that is easy to read is one that is more likely to be read. In this session, we’ll cover the concepts of word choice, transitions, and...

10am
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русский чай! Join us to practice your listening and speaking skills at the Russian Conversation Table, hosted by ALTEC and the Germanic and Slavic Languages...

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Being the first in your family to go to college is a HUGE accomplishment so let’s celebrate YOU! Join the Office of First-Generation Programs & Enrichment as...

Closeup of a red and yellow abstract artwork.

Kate Petley: Staring into the Fire brings together a new body of work composed of abstract photographs and works on canvas. Petley’s will to transform and...

A closeup of an anatomical illustration.

How does Hydrogen Man, a woodcut made by Leonard Baskin in 1954, relate to an illustration of the circulatory system from Andreas Vesailus’ 1555 anatomical...

Photo of a pink, glass human skull.

Tim Whiten: Tools of Conveyance surveys 40 years of Whiten’s works on paper and objects related to his mark making practice. His pictorial language of...

CU students at spirit days

This fall, join the Herd Leadership Council to celebrate CU pride and traditions at Spirit Days on the Quad. Swing by for free food and gear, stay to play...

ICS Colloquium: Roselinde Kaiser, PhD, CU Boulder

Title: Next Steps in Neurocognitive Depression Science: Development and Translation Presenter: Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology & Neuroscience,...

Tobin Craig

Today, science is publicly defended and justified on the promise that it will yield useful knowledge and beneficial technologies. And yet, at the same time,...

12pm
Virtual Event
Photo of two small stacks of rocks.

You are invited to this weekly hybrid workshop to learn about a work of art and then participate in a related mindfulness practice. You are welcome to join...

Spring Environmental Engineering Seminar Series - Matthew Falcone

Speaker: Matthew Falcone Title of Seminar: The Evaluation of an Urban Water Kiosk Intervention in Freetown, Sierra Leone

Structural Limits on the Reproduction of Feminist Political Theory: Patterns of Non-Citation, Perfunctory Citation, and Truncated Citation in Theory Journals 2011-2021.

Hosted by : Michaele Ferguson.

1:35pm
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Buffs on Tap

This annual Homecoming festivity is one of the most popular events of the year. Enjoy tastings from alumni brewers and vintners, plus delicious food in a...

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ALTEC is offering free German tutoring to undergraduate students at CU Boulder. Tutoring sessions last 25-minutes and are offered in-person in The HIVE...

Is There a Better Way? Reimagining Disaster Mitigation and Response Programs

For decades, social scientists have documented disasters that have more detrimental effects on marginalized residents' lives. Some scholars have assumed this...

3pm
Virtual Event
Virtual Conversation with Minds on Fire author, Mark Carnes

Join in on a virtual conversation with Minds on Fire author, Mark Carnes, on Friday, November 5, 2021 from 3:00-4:00pm. Participate in our system-wide...

3pm
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Engineering Quad | Friday Friend Chicken Fiasco

Come get some Raising Canes and have fun!

Karen Bailey: Climate change, social capital, and sustainable livelihoods in conservation landscapes

Department of Geography Colloquium Series Karen Bailey Assistant Professor Environmental Studies University of Colorado Boulder Dr. Bailey will discuss her...

CU on Friday

CU on Friday is all about bringing the CU community together. CU Boulder students, faculty and staff are invited to join us for this fun UMC tradition!

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A Physical Chemistry and Chemical Physics Seminar with Mark Gordon, Distinguished Professor of Iowa State University. Enabling Accurate Calculations on...

4pm
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Applied Mathematics Colloquium - Orit Peleg

Orit Peleg, Department of Computer Science, University of Colorado Boulder Physical Computation in Insect Swarms Our world is full of living creatures that...

4:10pm
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Radio 1190: Street Team Meeting

Tune to—and volunteer for—CU Boulder’s Radio 1190/KVCU to learn more about the music and radio business! Students can volunteer for a variety of teams and...

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Every Friday, our graduate students present the latest on their research.

Speech bubbles with "Hello" in Mandarin

欢迎! Join us to practice your listening and speaking skills at the Chinese Conversation Table, hosted by ALTEC and the Asian Languages and Civilization...

4:40pm
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Fall 2021 Chinese Language Table

Please join the Fall 2021 Chinese Langauge Table for the following dates: 9/16 (THU), 4:40 - 5:30pm9/23 (THU), 4:40 - 5:30pm9/30 (THU), 4:40 - 5:30pm10/7...

4:40pm
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Radio 1190: Local Shakedown Meeting

Tune to—and volunteer for—CU Boulder’s Radio 1190/KVCU to learn more about the music and radio business! Students can volunteer for a variety of teams and...

Fleming

Alumni and friends of the CU Boulder School of Education are invited to an evening at the Fleming Building, the school's remodeled new campus home, as part...

50-year Reunion Reception

Celebrate your golden anniversary with the class of 1971 over food, drinks and special memories about campus, Boulder and more.

Olivier Zunz

Olivier Zunz, James Madison Professor Emeritus of History at the University of Virginia, will discuss the large and cumulative impact that private gifts have...

SKY Happiness Retreat

SKY Happiness Retreat is a powerful weekend retreat filled with evidence-based meditation and breath-work practices, social connection, self-development and...

6pm
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"Los Seis de Boulder, Race, and Memory" Symposium

The University of Colorado Boulder will host a “Los Seis de Boulder, Race, and Memory” virtual symposium, November 5-6, 2021. Registration is required for...

7pm
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Join CU professor Laurie Sampsel for "A Guided Tour of Colorado Songs" as she explores Colorado’s negatives and positives using twenty songs in a variety of...

Extreme Bowling

Friday and Saturday nights, from 7 p.m. to close. Enjoy the fun of bowling with black lights, colored lane lights and color pins. It’s the ONLY Extreme...

Open Mic Night

Calling all performers! We’re looking for singers, musicians, bands, comedians, poets, storytellers and more to perform at Open Mic Night at The Connection’s...

Pearl Street Stampede

This is the pep rally of all pep rallies — wear your black and gold and head to Pearl Street to see the Marching Band, CU Spirit team, Chip, student...

Volleybal vs. USC

Colorado volleyball will be at home versus USC

Breaking on The Glass Cypher: An MFA dance concert

MFA candidate Nicky Shindler fuses contemporary floor work with b-girling to inspire a visual celebration of a woman's authentic self. Through striking...

Early Music Ensemble: Nov. 5, 2021

Composed of a baroque string orchestra and additional musicians, the Early Music Ensemble is devoted to the performance and study of music primarily from the...

Kaidan+: Something Strange and Spectral

Just in time for Halloween, join the Department of Theatre & Dance for an evening of seven spine-tingling ghost stories from around the world. Inspired by...

Student Recitals: November Undergraduate, Master's and Doctoral musician recitals

The stars of tomorrow are on stage today at CU Boulder. The students of the College of Music present works old and new for their degree-qualifying recitals....

SBO Public Open Houses

Join us at the OBSERVATORY for FREE views through our TELESCOPES! Hosted by APS Graduate students. FREE and available to all audiences and ages. Pondering...

Friday, November 5