Problem busters, that’s what the University Village Maintenance staff are. They tackle run-of-the-mill problems like no hot water, no heat, no electricity, or a malfunctioning lock. They handle emergencies like gas leaks, flooding, a broken window with glass shards, or someone locked in an elevator.
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The Einstein’s Light documentary, meant to be accompanied by live violin music, examines the inspiration that Einstein gained from music. “The theory of relativity occurred to me by intuition,” Einstein said, “and music is the driving force behind this intuition.”
Start your financial year on the right foot and learn about taxes and filling out the FAFSA at the Money Smart Week Kick-off on Tuesday, February 3.
Education Abroad? Naturally, there are unknowns. Come to the Wild Boar coffeehouse on Wednesday, January 28 and follow the stairs to the basement where a group of CSU students will share stories about their international experiences.
Colorado State University’s Men’s Basketball is currently at the top of the Mountain West Conference standings and Women’s Basketball is in second place behind Boise State! Ram fans — stay home and see some of the action at the Ram’s upcoming homes at Moby.
“Mr. Denk, clearly, is a pianist you want to hear no matter what he performs, in whatever combination, both for his penetrating intellectual engagement with the music and for the generosity of his playing,” writes the New York Times. Denk performs at Colorado State University as part of the Classical Convergence Series on Tuesday, January 20.
Dining With Diabetes is a four-week program that includes diabetes and nutrition education, food demonstrations, tasting, hands-on cooking, and physical activity tips and recommendations.
An audition landed voice major Talia Fischer in a prestigious Italian language program for young singers. In the summer of 2014, she spent four weeks in Italy, then traveled to Hawaii for an internship with the Hawaii Performing Arts Festival.
Those of us who stay in Fort Collins over the holidays are fortunate to have one of the ten best downtowns in the country with 80 restaurants, 70 shops, 26 art galleries, as well as numerous microbreweries, parks, and plazas.
Ah — winter break! A cure-all for the accumulated stress of the fall semester. But as you return home for the holidays, remember that you’ve gone through some changes — you’ve made new friends and gained some independence. Your family and your family’s home may have gone through changes as well. How will you cope?