Through the fall semester, campus officials are providing weekly updates, including stats and items of note. In this issue: semester-shift to remote learning to begin Nov. 16; first football game of the season; more.
A new app is designed to slow the spread of COVID-19 and get Colorado back to normal. Activate convenient and anonymous notifications for yourself so you’ll know if you’ve been exposed. Then you can take action.
Inviting teachers, K-12 classes, families, librarians—all who love children’s books—the School of Education and Boulder Book Store will feature an interactive panel with nationally known authors. Registrants will receive a voucher for one free children’s book.
The Boulder Chamber, with the support of the CU Boulder Veterans Alumni Association and others, will light the Boulder star on Veterans Day, honoring the service of veterans and to welcome the holiday season.
As we respond and adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic, the city of Boulder, CU and Boulder County are inviting everyone to participate in small dialogues to share their experiences with the virus and discuss how to move forward as a community.
With results still being counted, threats of lawsuits and some suggesting it could be days or even weeks before the presidential race is resolved, election night was far from decisive. But a few things did emerge as certain.