Cinco de mayo is great for a couple of reasons. The music is bumping, the food is sizzling and the liquor is flowing. But almost more importantly, it means the school year’s almost finished. Reward yourself for a job well done on your Saturday finals and forget about the dreadful week ahead for the night with these five celebrations.
CU students can experience the world from the comfort of the Glenn Miller Ballroom this Saturday at International Festival.
Students who are sad the snow in Boulder has already melted have no need to fret. The Kings of Campus Rail Jam, with its four truckloads of snow equaling 1,500 cubic feet, is the perfect cure.
Music, interactivity and fun are key parts of Hebrew classes at CU, so instructors decided to extend the learning process into a club. The Hebrew club launches today with live music, Israeli dancing and Middle Eastern food.
Lori Emerson said it’s getting easier to explain what she does, but still struggles explaining it to her own mother. Simply put, the CU professor is a poet and archeologist who has a unique relationship with technology and digital media.