Itâ€™s not easy being green
Kermit the Frog isnâ€™t the only one who takes pride in being green.
And while CSU isnâ€™t an adorable green muppet, it enjoys another mode of greenness, and to celebrate it, CSU will be hosting an Earth Week Green Tour on the Foothills Campus.
A bus to the Foothills Campus will depart from the Lory Student Center Transit Center at 1 p.m., and will arrive at 1:15 for a tour of CSUâ€™s 5.3 megawatt solar plant. From there, the tour will continue to the earth bin composter and biomass boiler before embarking back to the LSC at 2:40.
Space is available for 45 RSVPS, and parking spaces will be available at the metered parking in the LSC lot.
Getting a hold on things
Are you interested in getting a better understanding of your relationship? Well, couples are invited to take a stab at strengthening their relationships on Thursday during the last â€œHold Me Tightâ€ workshop.
According to the CSU events calendar, the workshop has a 70 to 75 percent rate in helping couples recognize a negative conflict cycle, prevent them in the future and, ultimately, reconnect.
The final workshop is from 6 to 7:30 p.m and costs $45.
For more information about location, or if youâ€™re interested in registering, participants are encouraged to contact the Center for Family and Couple Therapy at (970) 491-5991.
Celebrating graduation through music
The time has come for graduating CSU students to showcase the culmination of their time and hard work at the university â€“â€“ so the time has come for music graduates to showcase their melodies.
Tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the University Center for the Artâ€™s Organ Recital Hall, the graduate string quartet â€“â€“ composed of Lydia Demi-Smith, violin; Karmen Mitchell, violin; Sabrina Romney, viola; and Jennifer Crum, cello â€“â€“ will perform the Cadena Quartet.
The quartet will be composed of Mozartâ€™s Quartet no. 20 in D major, K. 499, Bartokâ€™s Quartet no. 1 and Brahmsâ€™ Quartet in A minor, Op. 51, no. 2.
Tickets can be purchased at the door or csutix.com and are $7 for CSU students, $1 for children aged two to 17 and $12 adult.