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Free things to do in March

Feb. 29, 2024

This month, get free Nuggets tickets; grab snacks in between classes; tackle debt; take advantage of the new gaming lounge; attend Women’s History Month events, free film screenings, St. Patrick’s Day celebrations and more.

Professor Ann Schmiesing

‘Misunderstood Ever After? The Brothers Grimm and Their Legacy’—a lecture March 14

Feb. 29, 2024

The fairy tale collection of Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm is acclaimed across the world, but its origins, contents and editorial history are often misunderstood. Professor Ann Schmiesing will shed light on the brothers’ work and cultural significance. Come early for pizza!

Woman sits strapped into heavy-duty chair wearing a virtual reality headset

With space travel comes motion sickness. These engineers want to help

Feb. 29, 2024

In amusement park-like experiments on campus, aerospace engineers at CU Boulder are spinning, shaking and rocking people to study the disorientation and nausea that come from traveling from Earth to space and back again.

Comedian Chuck Nice and daughter crack jokes about climate change in a video

Climate comedy works—why, how it can help lighten a politically heavy year in 2024

Feb. 29, 2024

Jokes can be a healing contagion as they expose hypocrisy, spark laughter and open minds. The need for levity is just one reason climate comedy works—read more from CU experts Max Boykoff and Beth Osnes on The Conversation.

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‘Titanic’ to explore human side of one of history’s most famous tragedies

Feb. 29, 2024

Even though “Titanic: The Musical” bears the name of one of history’s most famous ships in its title, it’s really a story about people. Join the College of Music’s Musical Theatre and Eklund Opera programs March 15–17.

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Police pullback linked to increases in crime

Feb. 28, 2024

A study of 78 Denver neighborhoods found that when police pulled back their activity amid COVID-19 lockdowns and in the wake of George Floyd's death in 2020, crime generally increased. But not every neighborhood was impacted the same.

Hyundai IONIQ 5 and EV charging station at Williams Village

Electric vehicle charger and car-share come to Williams Village

Feb. 27, 2024

CU Boulder has collaborated with Xcel Energy and Colorado CarShare to provide a shared electric vehicle and electric vehicle charging station in the Williams Village parking lot. Membership discounts and ride credits will be available to campus community members.

Commencement 2022 in Folsom

Get ready for commencement

Feb. 27, 2024

As you begin to prepare for the big day, here are some important details that will help make your experience more successful. Please also continue to check out the commencement website for the most up-to-date information.

interconnected globe

In an interconnected world, managing and perceiving risk is key, experts say

Feb. 27, 2024

CU Boulder researcher Steve Miller argues for deeper insight into how people understand risk before shocks, especially those related to climate change, happen in global systems.

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Continued efforts of the Sexual Misconduct Task Force

Feb. 27, 2024

CU Boulder’s Sexual Misconduct Task Force, which supports the expansion of prevention efforts for reducing sexual harassment and violence on campus, invites the CU Boulder community to learn more at an open forum March 14.

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