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1) Chill out with a concert

If you want to hang back and listen to some music, we’ve got you covered. The University Pulse radio station is hosting a few live concerts from local music groups. The next concert will be April 23 from 7 – 8 p.m. Tune in to see the King and Queen of the Losers broadcast via YouTube.

2) Stay active, stay inside

Isolating is hard. Not being able to go to your favorite hangout spots or get outside as much as you’d like is a bummer, but luckily there’s a way for Broncos to stay active while staying home. Campus Rec is now posting regular workout videos for students to enjoy. Take a look at the Campus Rec YouTube channel for free at-home fitness classes, and follow their Instagram to see when new workouts are available.

3) Play some virtual BINGO

Need a break from studying for finals? Compete against other students online and win some awesome prizes! Pre-register for BINGO beforehand here to make sure you get an invite for April 28, 7 – 8 p.m.

4) Show the planet some virtual love

Starting on April 15, Campus Sustainability has launched a social media celebration of Earth Day. All you need to do is check out their social media channels and answer their Earth Day prompt by providing a creative solution to their sustainability question. Those who reply to the prompt will be entered into a raffle as well. A Facebook livestream will highlight all the inventive solutions students come up with. The deadline for entries is April 22.

5) Celebrate becoming a Bronco

Bronco Day—It’s a famously fun-filled day mainly for new students, friends, and family to check out the campus and see what being a Bronco is all about. With several live sessions, one main session, virtual tours of campus, Q&A sessions, there’s plenty for everyone to join in on. It’s all still happening this year, just in a virtual format! Check out the Bronco Day page for more info.

5 ½) Have a movie premiere at home

The Flicks is offering streaming movies that you wouldn’t normally be able to see outside of theaters. Now, you can have a movie theater viewing, right from the comfort of your living room. The first movie available is The Roads Not Taken.

Know of more online events? Let us know, and we’ll put it on our events calendar!