10 things to do this week: Therapy dogs, rescheduled Homecoming concert, more | CU Boulder Today

This week has events to get you started for the finale – craft and painting nights, health and fitness sessions, the rescheduled Peach Tree Rascals concert, the international coffee hour, the Malignant movie screening, and more.

Monday 6th December

1 p.m. – 4 p.m. UMC 330
Stop by the Center for Student Involvement for your survival goodie bag for the finale. Here you will find fidget toys for stress relief, snacks and swag. Limit yourself to one per student while supplies last.

2–3 p.m. Student Health Center Wardenburg, Solarium West, room 321
The finale is almost here! Participate in a meditation session with fellow buffs to help manage transitions and changes, and learn mindfulness activities to use during breaks.

Tuesday December 7th

1–3 pm UMC fountain area
There is no better friend than a furry friend. Take a break from studying and stop by to pet a therapy dog.

5–7 p.m. In person
Let your creativity run free at the DIY Night! Take a break from studying and make your own desk lamp. All materials are provided and each participant must register in advance. Space is limited so register early.

Wednesday December 8th

2–5 p.m. UMC 330
Stop by the Center for Student Involvement to take a break from studying for the final exam. Mindfulness coloring sheets, hot cocoa and tea will be provided.

Dec. 8, 2–4 pm Wardenburg Student Health Center, Solarium West
It is important to energize our bodies in order to stay energetic and focused. Learn how to maximize your food through graduation week.

Thursday December 9th

Dec 9, 10 am-11 am Rec Center
Come on, relax and relieve stress! Yoga mats are provided, no previous yoga knowledge is required. Make sure you wear clothes that you can move around and stretch in, and don’t forget your water bottle.

7pm UMC, Glenn Miller Ballroom $ 5
Enjoy an evening of music with the up and coming band Peach Tree Rascals and local support artist Mr. Mota. All tickets purchased on November 3rd will be redeemed on that postponed date. Tickets are $ 5 for CU Boulder students and $ 10 for the general public. If you have a ticket from November 3rd and are unable to attend on the new date, you can request a refund.

Friday December 10th

4–5: 30 pm UMC North Dining Area (by the stage), across from UMC Starbucks
The International Coffee Hour is a place for international and domestic students, faculty and staff at CU Boulder to gather and celebrate culture and promote diversity and inclusion on campus. Everyone is welcome. Free coffee and snacks are provided. Come on meet new buffs and have a fun evening!

10 Dec. 7.30 p.m. CHEM 140
Bring your popcorn and a friend and check out Malignant. Follow the story of Madison paralyzed by shocking visions of gruesome murders. Her agony worsens when she discovers that these waking dreams are, in fact, terrifying realities. Space is limited and will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. the film starts at 8 p.m.