Labor Day Holiday
Geoge Gershwin 75th Anniversary
Student Involvement Fair
Josh Scott and Wesley Gordon are two future players for the CU men's basketball teams. They are also on the two best 4A teams in the state of Colorado. When they finally faced each other with the league title on the line, one came away with bragging rights and the keys to the number one seed in the playoffs.
As alternative gyms quickly gain popularity nationwide, more and more people are putting down the dumbells and stepping off the eliptical in search of a better and more pleasurable workout experience.
Apex Movement is a Parkour gym here in Boulder that proves that the words "fun" and "exercise" are no longer polar opposites.
We use our cell phones, laptops, iPhones and other electronic devices everyday, but what most of us do not realize is these items contain minerals fueling a blazing conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The mineral conflict in the Congo is today’s version of the blood diamond, and people across the United States are demanding change.
If you don’t already know CU’s policies for biking, boarding and walking on campus, now is the time to learn! At this point in the semester, CUPD will be keeping an eye out for people who are riding around campus recklessly. If you are breaking the rules, you may be faced with a fine that will cost anywhere from $50 to $300.
Step into the world of the tarantula at the Butterfly Pavilion. Dispel the mystery behind the giants of the spider world, and uncover the beauty of these extraordinary creatures. Be the first to see rare tarantulas from around the world at the premier of this special exhibit running now through January.
For any athlete, it is important to stay healthy and uninjured both on and off season. With 26 bones, 36 muscles and over 10 thousand nerve endings in each foot, it is vital for athletes to take care of their feet. In the sport of skiing, the feet are the only part of the body that is attached to equipment. Considering this, nobody wants to have an uncomfortable ski boot while out on the slopes.
For the first time, the lesbian parents of a Sacred Heart Preschool student are speaking out.
Last night, over 100 people gathered in the community to hear the statement. A week ago, the child was denied re-enrollment from the school because of the parent's sexual orientation.
Read the entire public statement from the couple at:
Over the weekend, members of the community shared their grief and anger towards the Sacred Heart Preschool refusing to re-enroll a child of a lesbian couple.
The Catholic Archdiosese refused the child to re-enroll last week — which has caught the ear of parents all over the country. The Archdiosese made an official statement that "homosexual couples are in dissacord with the Catholic Teaching".
Some footage courtesy to Channel 7 News. All Rights Reserved to Channel 7.
CU's Hillel Program is remembering the Holocaust with guest speakers, roses and a flag memorial at the Norlin Quad. Most of the guest speakers are actual Holocaust survivors and will be throughout the week in the UMC room 235. More information about the events and the speakers can be found on www.hillelcolorado.org .
Learn about how to have a safe and fun spring break today from 10-4 p.m. at the UMC. Free stuff will be given away including H1N1 shots, candy and a chance to win an iPod Shuffle.
It is just two weeks away, so what better time to start preparing?
Information about what you can do in Boulder, and how to have fun outside of Boulder will also be available.
The CU Teach Program is now accepting applications for physics, chemistry, math, astronomy and molecular, cellular and developmental biology learning assistants. Learning assistants must have taken and passed the science or math class with an A or B. Students will be paid $1500 for the semester to attend the classes daily, meet with the professor weekly and attend another weekly class about learning styles and techniques. Applications will be accepted until March 10th and can be found on www.stem.colorado.edu.
Of people over the age of 18, 3.4 million are stalked each year in the United States, and persons aged 18-24 years experience the highest rate of stalking according to the National Center for Victims of Crime. Technology gives abusers a new way to reach their victims, but their motives remain the same; to intimidate and harass their partner.
There are several dance teams on campus, each one with a different association. The CU Express dance team performs at CU Varsity athletic events. The Gold Rush dance line performs with the band at football half-times. However, there is one team with less performance opportunity and larger than life goals.
Powder blue, which the CU football team wore in the early 80s was a common color among students at Saturday's game against Texas A&M. During the early 80s, the school changed its' colors to powder blue, and during the four years that they sported this color, they were among the worst teams in the nation. With the recent collapse of the football team lately, the students at CU wanted to show their frustration by wearing the powder blue once again.
There are 24 hours in each day. Subtract four of those hours for class. Five for track practice and lifting. One for treatment. Two hours for mandatory study hall. Three for eating, and eight hours for standard things, such as sleeping, and you get a student-athlete's daily schedule. Oh, and one whole hour for the athlete to experience college on their own time.
To view all intramural sports at the rec center: http://www.colorado.edu/rec-center/intramuralsports/