10 things to do this week: ‘Scream’, Felly concert, 5K, more | CU Boulder today


This week brings cookie craze, craft night, career-building events, farmworker outreach “lunch and learn,” Beach Park cleanup, LGBTQ+ friendly Chautauqua hike and more.

Monday, March 28 th

2 p.m.-3 p.m. UMC, north dining hall
Connect with other buffs while you eat cookies at I Love Mondays! Learn about campus departments, student organizations, and events to help you become more connected on campus.

Tuesday 29 March

5-7 p.m. UMC 330
DIY Night is a great event to meet other people while participating in a fun craft project. Today’s activity is open crafting – you can bring your own crafts or enjoy a variety of additional crafts from previous crafting events. Space is limited and registration closes at noon on March 28, so hurry and reserve your spot!

2 p.m.-4 p.m. CMU
Need help picking up the pace after the break? Get tips for refocusing and ending the semester on a high!

Wednesday March 30

3 p.m. C4C, S452
College is a busy time and thinking about life after CU Boulder can be exciting. Ask a friend to join you in this Skills for Success workshop to learn how you can prepare now for a meaningful life after graduation. handshake sign to participate!

5.30–7.30 p.m. Vvirtual
Explore career opportunities and chat with design and planning professionals. Ask questions about career preparation and success factors, as well as internships and full-time positions, and how to apply. To increase your chances of being selected to speak one-on-one with an employer, complete your profile and RSVP for the event on Handshake. The event is open to CU Boulder students and alumni of all majors, experience levels, and backgrounds.

Noon–1 p.m. C4C, Abrams Lounge Zoom
Did you know it’s Farmworker Awareness Week? Enjoy a complimentary lunch as you learn about local and national organizations working directly with and for farmworkers, and ways to support current farmworker-led movements. Register on CUServes. Win a prize if you are among the first 10 people to pre-register! If you can’t get there in person, you can also register via Zoom. The event is organized by the Center for Inclusion and Social Change, the Center for Latin and Latin Studies and the Volunteer Resource Center.

Thursday, March 31st

3-4 p.m. Vvirtual
Did you know that employers say internship experience is the number one reason they hire a graduate over another? Get a head start and join Career Services to learn more about strategies for finding, applying, and securing internships. Register on Handshake to attend.

friday april 1st

12:15–12:45 p.m. UC Museum of Art Zoom
Come learn about a work of art, then participate in a related mindfulness practice. Join the museum galleries in person or virtually via Zoom. The powerful guided meditation can eliminate stress, calm the nervous system and help you feel relaxed and revitalized. Everyone is welcome.

4-6 p.m. UMC, the connection
Connect with your community during this fun UMC tradition! Everyone is welcome. April’s theme is “April Flowers”. Come and decorate a flowerpot while enjoying sweet and savory snacks. Everyone is welcome and there will be half-price bowling and billiards during the event. The event is sponsored by CU Boulder Hillelthe center of Jewish life on campus.

8 p.m. CHEM 140
Come see a movie on the big screen with Program Council. tonight’s movie is Yell (2022). There will be free popcorn and the event is open to all students and guests. Doors open at 7:30 p.m.; the movie starts at 8 p.m.

Bonus: 5 things to do this weekend

April 1 and 2 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. UMC, the connection
Grab a few friends and get ready for a great night out at The Connection on Friday and Saturday nights. Enjoy the fun of bowling with black lights, colored lane lights and colored pins. It’s the only extreme bowling you’ll find in Boulder!

April 2 10am-12pm Beach Park, 1280 Euclid Avenue.
Looking to volunteer? Join CU GOLD for a day of service and clean up Beach Park with other buffs. You can help repot flower beds, pull weeds, pick up trash and clean up the area. All necessary equipment will be provided. Send an email to cugold@colorado.edu to register! You do not need to be a CU GOLD member to participate.

April 3 10am Duane Field
Join members of CU Student Government to raise awareness of sexual assault issues affecting the CU Boulder community. Join this activity and other events, and discover the resources within the framework of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

April 3 9 a.m.–3 p.m. recreation center
Get some fresh air and join a hike to cultivate a deeper connection with the environment as you explore the local flora, fauna, and geology. Enjoy connecting with other members of the LGBTQ+ community. All abilities welcome.

April 3 6:30 p.m. UMC, Glenn Miller Ballroom From $11
Bring a friend and join rapper, singer-songwriter and producer Felly for an evening of music! Latest 300 Entertainment signee, Felly kicks off exciting new era with third album Young fel 2. His music is an experimental mix of traditional rap, indie rock and soul. He credits his inspiration to a growing curiosity for spirituality through hobbies like meditation and collecting religious art.

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