Become Spielberg in a week
Have you ever been watching a movie and thought, â€œHey, I could do this!â€ And have you ever been watching a movie like, â€œFrom Justin to Kelly,â€ and thought: â€œHey, I could do this better!â€
Thanks to Campus MovieFest, all CSU students will have the chance to create, produce, film and even star in their very own short film. Today at 12 p.m. in the Room 232 of the Lory Student Center, students can sign up to take part in this yearâ€™s festival.
Once they sign up, students will be provided a camera and an Apple computer, and theyâ€™ll have exactly one week to create a short film of any genre theyâ€™d like.
All students are welcome to participate, and more information can be found at www.campusmoviefest.com.
Relax with a sunset full of Aggie pride
There are only four more weeks until finals, and we all know what that means: bring on the stress eating!
Instead of succumbing to our ravenous instincts, let go of stress in a much healthier, less gluttonous way â€“â€“ enjoy a sunset hike to the A tonight.
Today at 5:30 p.m., everyone is invited to meet at the Outdoor Program Suite and then hike together to the famous A.
The event coordinators recommend you bring sunscreen, at least two liters of water, a flashlight and tasty snacks.
The event is free, open to the public and event contact Acadia Gantz can be reached at (970) 491-1669.
Dance time equals tea time
When you think of dancing, you probably think of with the stars, C-list celebrities and pulled crotch muscles.
But not CSU â€“â€“ tonight, the CSU dance department is combining dance with tea and refreshments.
Today at 3:30 p.m. in the University Dance Theatre in the University Center for the Arts, all students and Fort Collins community members are invited to attend the Spring Dance Tea.
The event will showcase the Ballet Repertory Ensemble and the Tour Dance Company and their new repertoire of dances.
R.S.V.P. is requested to event contact Carrie Care, and she can be reached at (970) 491-5562.