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Dalai Lama will speak at CU-Boulder after rescheduling twice

After a derailing health issue forced him to reschedule twice, the Dalai Lama will perform two speeches at the University of Colorado Boulder on Thursday June 23.

It’s evident that the Boulder community has been eagerly awaiting his performance, considering that the show is sold out. Fortunately, both speeches will be live streamed by the University of Colorado.


Both of the Nobel Peace Prize winner and Tibetan Buddhist leader’s speeches will highlight useful methods for implementing compassion and ethics into one’s daily life.

The first speech, titled “Eight Verses of Training the Mind,” will take place at 9:30 a.m., and the second speech, titled “Educating the Heart and Mind,” will take place at 1:30 p.m.

Click here to access the live stream at the time of the speeches.

Collegian Arts and Culture Editor Randi Mattox can be reached at or on Twitter @randimattox.



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