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CU on the Weekend

If you love to learn, you’ll love CU on the Weekend. Join some of CU Boulder’s most fascinating faculty for free, public lectures.

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CU on the Weekend

  1. The Undertold Story Of How Latinos Shaped Boulder County
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    Oct 22, 2016

    The Undertold Story Of How Latinos Shaped Boulder County

    Marjorie McIntosh, Kent Willmann and Esther Blazon talk about the Boulder County Latino History Project, a local initiative started in 2013 to gather and share the county’s Latino history.

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  2. Justice in a Warming World
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    Nov 5, 2016

    Justice in a Warming World

    Join David Ciplet for an exploration of how systems of inequality are at the root of inaction on climate change and how we may conceive of a more just path forward.

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  3. A Musical Exploration of Grief Beyond Words
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    Nov 12, 2016

    A Musical Exploration of Grief Beyond Words

    Steven Bruns, Alexandra Nguyen and Abigail Nims demonstrate and discuss key passages from George Crumb’s 1979 song cycle Apparition, which uses fragments from Walt Whitman’s profound 1865 elegy, When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom’d. The session concludes with a complete performance of Apparition.

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  4. Shattered and Steaming Mars a Recipe for Life?
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    Dec 3, 2016

    Shattered and Steaming Mars a Recipe for Life?

    Stephen Mojzsis will discuss his new research on whether life on Mars is possible.

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CU on the Weekend

CU on the Weekend is a series of community lectures that are free and open to the public. The lectures are in English, and advanced registration is not required. Lecture locations vary and seating is limited depending on location. Refer to individual event listings for details. If you are unable to attend, live stream the lecture or watch after the event (not available for the Nov. 12 program).

CU on the Weekend Event Reminders

Never miss another CU on the Weekend program. If you would like emailed event reminders for one or more CU on the Weekend programs, please send an email to weekend@colorado.edu. We will send you an emailed event reminder about one week before the event. Learn about CU on the Weekend and other community outreach events by following CU Outreach on twitter and facebook.

CU on the Weekend Cancellation Policy

All programs are subject to change. If you signed up for emailed event reminders, you will receive email notification if a program is cancelled or rescheduled. This web page is the primary source for most up-to-date class information. Please check the website the day of your event.

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