DAILY UPDATE, JUNE 29, 2018

BREAKING NEWS:

Unleashing the Power of Underserved Students will now take place in the Lauder Room at 12:00 pm.

The Future of Dirty Food Roundtable at 12:00 pm has been moved to the Paepcke Tent.

Meet the Author: Book Signings and Conversation will take place in the Comcast NBCUniversal Ideas Pavilion from 2:40 – 3:40 pm. Carl Safina will now sign books after his talk on Saturday.

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Board a bus at the Limelight Hotel at 6:45 am tomorrow for a tour of the Maroon Bells wilderness area. The Bells are the Rockies’ most photographed mountains, and you’ll understand why when you see them in the morning light. Want to stay closer to campus? Track down the birds of the Elk Range starting at 7:00 am at the Walter Isaacson Center. Don’t forget to use our hashtag #AspenIdeas!

MUSIC OF THE MOVEMENT

From the 1960s civil rights movement to #MeToo, music has played an integral role in protest throughout history. Hear from a panel of music experts at Protest by Any Other Name: Creating Community through Music in the St. Regis Hotel Ballroom at 5:30 pm.

DON’T MISS:

  • Can machine learning help us unlock new solutions to old problems? Find out at Google Presents: How Artificial Intelligence Is Helping Us Prepare for the Future of Work at 3:10 pm in the Booz Allen Hamilton Room.

  • Learn how you can promote an inclusive economy at PayPal Presents: What Is Financial Health— And What Can We Do to Improve It? at 3:10 pm in the Koch Tent.

WHAT’S FOR LUNCH?

  • The Little Pink Truck will serve up Fourteener Grilled Cheeses in the Paepcke Tent.

  • Check out the pulled pork and calabacita tacos from the Slow Groovin BBQ near the PayPal Marble Garden Tent.

  • There’s a hot dog for everyone at the Let’s Be Frank hot dog carts found on both sides of campus.