9 Things to Do This Weekend: CU Rave Club concert, hackathon and more

first_imgShare Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Published: Feb. 7, 2019 • By Ashley Hopko This weekend brings Bike to Work Day, a Lunar New Year celebration, women’s basketball, T9Hacks, CU Rave Club concert and more.Friday, Feb. 8Front Range Eco-Social Solutions 12 p.m. Eaton HumanitiesThis free two-day conference on Feb. 8–9 offers a weekend of sharing, learning and action. Come explore ideas and careers at the intersection of sustainability and innovation. The conference will feature re-broadcasted presentations from the annual Bioneers gathering of innovators and visionaries, and local presenters sharing solutions and innovations around environmental and social topics.Winter Bike to Work Day 4–6 p.m. UMC Bike StationFor this international holiday, students, staff and the community are encouraged to bike to work in order to help the environment (take the pledge). CU Student Government will host an event in front of the bike station at the UMC where they will be giving out food and warm drinks!CU Women’s Basketball vs. UCLA 7 p.m. CU Events Center Support the Buffs as they take on the UCLA Bruins. Also, the Buffs are participating in the Play4Kay National Free Throw Challenge to help raise money to fight against cancer. Get two game tickets, hot dog and soda for $13.Fri-Yay Nights: CU Rave Club presents Speakerbox 8 p.m.  Club 156Join CU Rave Club for a night of free music and dancing in Club 156! Concert lineup includes EXO, Yoko, Dr. Phil and a special guest.Saturday, Feb. 9T9Hacks: Women and non-binary hackathon Feb. 9-10  ATLAS Center  Have fun solving problems, exploring new technologies and building something creative during this 24-hour hackathon. There will be workshops, mentors, food, games and swag. Free registration.2019 Lunar New Year Show 7–10 p.m.  UMC Glenn Miller BallroomRing in the Lunar New Year with Vietnamese Student Association’s annual Culture Show! There will be free Vietnamese food, Lion Dancing, traditional and modern dancing and more. This event is free.Need more things to do? Campus Events CalendarCatapult: A BFA dance concert 7:30 p.m.  University Theatre, Charlotte York Irey Theatre  How are stories of women in warfare across cultures and time periods being told? Why do we predict the stories of people with mental disorders? What are the cultural barriers keeping American men from participating in concert dance? Emerging dance artists explore the risks and rigors of these topics.Boulder Philharmonic: The Heavenly Life 7:30 p.m.  Macky Auditorium This show features fiddle virtuoso Mark O’Connor and soprano Mary Wilson. Student tickets are $5 with your Buff OneCard.Sunday, Feb. 10Probably Novel Podcast: Ellen Considine 7–8 p.m.   Radio 1190 Join Grant Baker, Josh Jacobson and Matthew Maierhofer for a live show about exciting STEM research conducted by CU students. This week’s guest is Ellen Considine, who researches the impact of air pollution from wildfires on human respiratory and cardiovascular health using data science and statistics in the Earth Lab. Participate by emailing a question to [email protected]:Things to DoCampus Communitylast_img read more