University of colorado BOULDER

Events mark Sexual Assault Awareness Month

The University of Colorado Boulder’s Student Government will host a panel on Monday and a 5K run and walk on April 29 for Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

The panel, titled “Resources for Healing & Justice,” will take place from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday in the Chancellor’s Hall in the CASE Building on CU Boulder’s campus.

CUSG will facilitate the interactive sexual assault awareness panel with CU Boulder departments and the Boulder County District Attorney.

There will be a reception with refreshments following the panel.

The Second Annual CUSG Sexual Assault Awareness 5K will be held at 10 a.m. April 29 at the Visual Arts Complex on CU Boulder’s Campus.

Check-in starts at 9 a.m.

There will be free food, music and campus partners to engage with following the run.

Both the resources panel and 5K race events are free and open to the public.

CUSG will be offering an optional donation program during both events though the Victim Assistance Fund to help students who have been affected by sexual violence.

To get a free ticket for the panel, visit

To register for the 5K, visit

Donations are accepted at


Library foundation names new members and commission representative

The Boulder Library Foundation has announced the addition of two new members and one Boulder Library Commission representative to its board.

The new additions include Doug Hamilton, a lawyer, military veteran, library advocate and Camera community columnist; Marc Levinson, an independent schools consultant with experience in nonprofits, and Sylvia Wirba, a lawyer and member of the Diné (Navajo) Nation. Wirba will serve as the Boulder Library Commission representative.

The three new members join the board as the terms for Scott Steinbrecher and Alicia Gibb Seidle come to an end.

The Boulder Library Foundation’s goal is to increase funding for services that help the people of Boulder develop and grow by raising money, increasing awareness, advocating for the library and encouraging community involvement.

More information about the foundation and its work is available at

— Staff reports