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FOCUS ON CAMPUS ART: GRANITE BENCHES SIT INCONSPICUOUSLY posted on 11/21/16
The two pieces, which were created in 1985 by artist Scott Burton, flank the south entrance of the Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design.

STUDENTS CAN TAKE BREAK FROM STUDIES AT FINALS MANIA posted on 11/21/16
The tradition returns to the M.D. Anderson Library Dec. 5 from 8:30 to 10:30 p.m. to provide UH students a plateful of pancakes and a welcome timeout from the stress of studying for exams.

OFFICE OF SUSTAINABILITY, LGBTQ RESOURCE CENTER PARTNER FOR MEETUP posted on 11/18/16
The gathering, which will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Nov. 30 in the Student Center South Skyline Room, will focus on social auditing and is open to everyone.

CAMPUS MAIL SERVICE TO BE LIMITED OVER WINTER BREAK posted on 11/17/16
There will be no delivery or pickup on campus starting Friday, Dec. 23. Mail delivery will resume Monday, Jan. 2, will full service starting back up Jan. 3.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED TO HELP AT UPCOMING FINALS MANIA posted on 11/17/16
People are needed to help with a variety of tasks during the event, which will take place Monday, Dec. 5, in the Elizabeth D. Rockwell Pavilion in the M.D. Anderson Library.

UH DINING TO FEATURE EARLY THANKSGIVING DINNER MENU posted on 11/16/16
A special holiday meal will be offered Nov. 16 during dinner hours at Cougar Woods Dining Hall and Nov. 17 during lunch hours at Fresh Food Company at Moody Towers.

CULLEN PERFORMANCE HALL IMPROVEMENTS TO BE UNVEILED AT OPEN HOUSE posted on 11/14/16
The Dec. 1 event will take place from 3 to 6 p.m. and is open to the entire University of Houston community. There will be backstage tours, free food and drinks, and upcoming previews.

THEATER DIRECTOR NAMED FOR CULLEN PERFORMANCE HALL posted on 11/14/16
Carrie Miller, whose first day on the job is Nov. 28, is no stranger to the University of Houston, having worked on campus several years ago in the Center for Student Involvement.

AED UNIT INSTALLED ON FIRST FLOOR OF E. CULLEN BUILDING posted on 11/14/16
The automated external defibrillator, which is used in medical emergencies to help establish an effective heart rhythm, is located on the side the security desk facing the elevators.

WEEKLY WALKS COMBINE EXERCISE WITH APPRECIATION OF CAMPUS ART posted on 11/02/16
Every Wednesday from Nov. 9 through the end of the semester, people can take part in the 30-minute walks, which will include stops at various outdoor pieces of art on campus.

SUSTAINABILITY FEST RETURNS TO UH posted on 11/02/16
UH students, faculty and staff can attend the annual event, which will take place from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 7, in Butler Plaza. It will feature educational activities and displays from 40 exhibitors.

SIX TOP-LEVEL SUSTAINABILITY FEST SPONSORS RECOGNIZED posted on 11/02/16
UH Administration and Finance Marketing, Catering on Cullen, the City of Houston Mayor’s Office of Special Events, Whole Earth Provision Co., Houston B-cycle and Budget Dumpster all made donations worth more than $301 to the event.

OFFICE OF SUSTAINABILITY JOINS MVP FOR ROCK THE CAMPUS posted on 11/02/16
The community service event is set for 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 11 and will include the planting of fig trees in the Campus Community Garden, as well as weeding and mulching Shasta’s Prairie.

BRAIN CANDY LIVE COMING TO CULLEN PERFORMANCE HALL posted on 10/28/16
The show, set for Thursday, March 23, combines the creative curiosity of former “Myth Busters” host Adam Savage and YouTube star Michael Stevens.

MORE OPTIONS BEING ADDED AT DINING HALLS posted on 10/27/16
Major changes have been made to aspects of the Fresh Food Company at Moody Towers and Cougar Woods Dining Hall to better accommodate students, including more options and longer station hours.

UH DINING TO CELEBRATE HALLOWEEN WITH SUPERHERO LUNCH posted on 10/27/16
The themed lunch menu will be offered from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday, Oct. 31, at the Fresh Food Company in Moody Towers. Guests are invited to dress in their favorite costume.

A&F STAFF COLLECT UNIFORMS FOR AREA SCHOOL posted on 10/24/16
During the A&F Fall Kick-Off event, employees donated a total of 142 polo shirts, which have been delivered to Houston ISD’s Blackshear Elementary School.

FOOD TRUCKS LOCATED AT VALENTI SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION posted on 10/20/16
For the rest of the fall semester, a truck will operate at the site Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. If successful, the location could become a permanent part of the food truck program.

NEW FOOD OPTIONS EXPLORED TO SERVE GROWING CAMPUS posted on 10/20/16
After the fall semester comes to an end, the space currently occupied by Chinese Star will be renovated and upgraded in preparation for a new food service tenant to start serving the campus in fall 2017.

STUDENT TEAM WINS NATIONAL SUSTAINABILITY AWARD posted on 10/20/16
The group was one of seven award recipients honored at the opening ceremony of the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education Conference and Expo in Baltimore on Oct. 9.

‘MIRANDA SINGS’ TOUR COMING TO CAMPUS posted on 10/17/16
Award-winning comedian, actress and singer Colleen Ballinger is bringing her Miranda character to Cullen Performance Hall on Sunday, Jan. 22, at 8 p.m.

FACULTY, STAFF WELCOME TO ATTEND HUB VENDOR FAIR posted on 10/17/16
The event will take place Wednesday, Oct. 19, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Houston Ballroom at the Student Center South and will feature more than 100 HUB vendors.

UH DINING NAMES NEW HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER posted on 10/17/16
Jennifer Black, a 13-year veteran with Aramark, will oversee dining employment at all four universities in the University of Houston System.

BOARD AT COUGAR WOODS DETAILS SUSTAINABILITY EFFORTS posted on 10/17/16
Visitors to the dining hall can read all about UH Dining’s commitment to environmental sustainability by reading the board, which is just inside the front doors.

SUSTAINABILITY-RELATED WORKS SOUGHT FOR CREATIVE EXPRESSIONS CONTEST posted on 10/6/16
Students, faculty and staff are invited to submit original written or visual works to the Office of Sustainability by 5 p.m. Monday, Oct. 31.

FOCUS ON CAMPUS ART: ‘MOMENT IN TIME’ MIMICS RAIN posted on 10/6/16
The piece by artist Alyson Shotz hanging from the ceiling of the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts comprises 110,600 clear glass beads hanging from 2,300 monofilament strands.

COMEDIAN JIM JEFFERIES TO PLAY UH THIS SPRING posted on 10/6/16
Tickets are already on sale for the show, which is scheduled for Friday, March 31, in Cullen Performance Hall.

NICO & VINZ COMING TO CULLEN PERFORMANCE HALL posted on 10/6/16
The duo, known for their 2013 hit song “Am I Wrong,” will perform Friday, Nov. 11, as part of Homecoming activities.

EXPERIENCE THE ‘THRILL OF THE GRILL’ posted on 10/6/16
UH Dining Services invites the campus community to experience the best of barbecue with a limited-time lunch menu being offered Oct. 10-14 at Cougar Woods Dining Hall.

VOLUNTEERS, SPONSORS, EXHIBITORS NEEDED FOR EVENT posted on 10/5/16
Sustainability Fest will take place Nov. 7 in Butler Plaza. Volunteers are needed for all sorts of duties. In addition, the deadline to become a sponsor or exhibitor is drawing near.

TACO CABANA EXTENDS HOURS ON GAME DAY posted on 9/27/16
The restaurant, as well as the Cougar Xpress Market in the Stadium Parking Garage, will remain open until 10:30 p.m. this Thursday, Sept. 29, to accommodate fans attending the home football game in TDECU Stadium.

CONSULTING FIRM TO HELP DINING PROGRAM REACH NEXT LEVEL posted on 9/26/16
Porter Khouw Consulting will arrive at UH the week of Sept. 26 to begin its thorough review, which will include focus groups, interviews and the evaluation of an abundance of data.

TURN AROUND, DON’T DROWN posted on 9/23/16
As part of National Preparedness Month, the University of Houston Office of Emergency Management encourages the campus community to take a minute to watch a short public service announcement from the National Weather Service.

WHOLE FOODS COMMUNITY GIVING DAY TO AID GARDEN posted on 9/23/16
On Oct. 5, a portion of the sales at 10 Houston-area stores will be donated to the University of Houston’s Campus Community Garden.

COMEDIC LEGENDS JOHN CLEESE, ERIC IDLE COMING TO UH posted on 9/23/16
The Monty Python founding members are bringing their “Together Again at Last … For the Very First Time” show to Cullen Performance Hall Nov. 29.

FIRE SAFETY WARNING ISSUED FOR SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE 7 posted on 9/23/16
The University of Houston Fire Marshal’s Office is advising students, staff and faculty who own one of these phones to return them to the point of purchase for a refund or full exchange.

FULL-TIME EXPRESS LINE OPENING AT PANDA EXPRESS posted on 9/22/16
The new line at the restaurant in the Student Center launches Sept. 21 and will feature a limited menu on weekdays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

OKTOBERFEST COMING TO FRESH FOOD COMPANY posted on 9/22/16
The special themed lunch menu will be offered Monday, Sept. 26, and will include rich traditional German fare, including entrees, sides and desserts.

DAVID SARKOZI RETIRES FROM UH posted on 9/22/16
After more than 34 years of service to the University, the public safety systems manager has moved on to the next chapter in his life, which will include becoming a professional birding guide.

NATIONAL PREPAREDNESS MONTH: TAKE STEPS TO PREPARE posted on 9/19/16
Emergency Management encourages members of the UH community to take a few minutes to get informed, make a plan, build a kit and take action.

FACULTY AND STAFF INVITED TO TICKET GIVEAWAY AND TAILGATE posted on 9/15/16
Employees will be able to receive one free ticket to the Sept. 29 football game against UConn, as well as participate in a faculty/staff tailgate on game day.

PARKING COMMITTEE MEETINGS OFFER CHANCE TO VOICE CONCERNS posted on 9/15/16
Students, faculty and staff are welcome at the Transportation and Parking Advisory Committee meetings, the first of which is slated for Sept. 16 at 1:30 p.m.

UH DINING TREATS CUSTOMERS TO ICE CREAM BAR posted on 9/15/16
Diners at the Fresh Food Company at Moody Towers and Cougar Woods Dining Hall will be able to make their own ice cream desserts on Thursday, Sept. 22.

DAILY MEAL RANKS UH AMONG TOP COLLEGES FOR FOOD posted on 9/15/16
The University of Houston ranks 49th, marking the third consecutive year it has been recognized by the national online publication.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR SHASTA’S PRAIRIE WEEDING AND SEEDING EVENT posted on 9/9/16
People are needed from 4 to 5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 15, to remove invasive grasses and replenish the prairie with native flowers.

COUGAR WOODS TO HOST A MAXIMUM MEXICAN FOOD FIESTA posted on 9/9/16
The special themed lunch menu will be offered Wednesday, Sept. 14, and will include such items as chicken fajitas, pulled pork, taco pizza and tortilla soup.

METRO BOARD MEMBER TALKS TRANSPORTATION posted on 9/9/16
Christof Spieler, the guest speaker at the first sustainability meetup of the fall semester, discussed how METRO dramatically redesigned its bus network to improve frequency, reliability and convenience.

UH COMMUNITY WELCOME AT FOOD SERVICE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETINGS posted on 9/9/16
The first gathering of the 2016-2017 academic year will take place Friday, Sept. 16, from noon to 2 p.m. in the Green Mountain Energy dining room at the Fresh Food Company in Moody Towers.

USE THE FEMA FILLABLE WALLET CARD posted on 9/9/16
The University of Houston Office of Emergency Management recommends students, faculty and staff check out FEMA’s fillable wallet card in case of emergencies.

TACO CABANA WILL BE OPEN TO SERVE FANS ON GAME DAY posted on 9/9/16
The popular eatery in the Stadium Parking Garage directly across from TDECU Stadium will be serving hungry customers on Saturday, Sept. 10, from 7 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

EVERYONE SHOULD BE READY FOR A HURRICANE posted on 9/9/16
September is National Preparedness Month and so there is no better time for members of the UH community to get prepared for a hurricane or tropical storm.

TASTE EVENTS SCHEDULED DURING FALL SEMESTER posted on 9/6/16
The program was developed exclusively for the Fresh Food Company to showcase menu innovations and offer customers a unique dining experience. They will be held Wednesdays from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

PHOTO EXHIBIT OFFERS GLIMPSE INTO LIFE OF ANDY WARHOL posted on 9/2/16
Personal photographs taken by the famous American pop artist will grace the walls of the Student Center South through the middle of October.

RADICLE BRINGS FRESH JUICE TO CAMPUS posted on 9/2/16
UH graduate Clark Neumann can be found across campus on weekdays on the Radicle tricycle offering fresh, mostly organic drinks to students, faculty and staff.

UH DINING NAMES NEW FOOD SERVICE DIRECTOR posted on 8/31/16
Misty Pierce, who has 20 years of experience in the food service industry, will oversee residential food services operations at the Fresh Food Company in Moody Towers and Cougar Woods Dining Hall.

VOICE OF CONSUMER PROGRAM WILL CONTINUE posted on 8/31/16
The survey allows customers to give real-time feedback to UH Dining Services about their experience eating at any of the campus dining locations.

CONSTRUCTION SEMINAR PANEL DISCUSSION SET posted on 8/31/16
The HUB Operations Department will hold the seminar Sept. 14 from 9 to 11 a.m. in the Elizabeth D. Rockwell Pavilion in the M.D. Anderson Library. Faculty and staff are welcome to attend.

COUGAR KICKOFF LUNCH PLANNED posted on 8/31/16
UH Dining Services will host the special themed menu on Thursday, Sept. 1, at the Fresh Food Company in Moody Towers to mark the start of the UH football season.

SUSTAINABILITY OFFICE TALKS URBAN GARDENING posted on 8/30/16
The Wellness Lunch and Learn gathering included tips on to set up container gardens at home, as well as the benefits of having and working in a community garden.

UH COMMUNITY SHOULD BE AWARE OF OUTDOOR WARNING SIREN SYSTEM posted on 8/29/16
The system provides a quick method of notifying the entire main campus with an audible tone that can be heard outdoors alerting students, faculty and staff to seek shelter indoors.

JOEL CECIL JOINS UH DINING AS NEW DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS posted on 8/29/16
The food service industry veteran will oversee all food services operations at the University of Houston, including the retail, residential and catering teams.

UH DINING WELCOMES ACCELERATE TO LEADERSHIP MANAGER TO TEAM posted on 8/29/16
Jami Blackston will lead the program, which offers college graduates the opportunity to take on entry-level positions within Aramark and the retail and residential operations team.

WIN PRIZES DURING #BYOBOTTLE CAMPAIGN posted on 8/18/16
Students, faculty and staff can help reduce plastic waste by participating in the Office of Sustainability social media campaign during the first week of the fall semester.

TEXTBOOK LOANS AVAILABLE FOR FALL SEMESTER posted on 8/16/16
UH students can apply for the $400 loan, which can be used through Sept. 19 at the UH Bookstore in the Student Center South.

POLICE DISPATCH CENTER RECEIVES UPGRADE posted on 8/16/16
Recent mandates for upgrades from the Texas Wide Area Radio Network and a growing department led UHPD to pursue the improvements.

RESIDENTIAL MOVE-IN MAY IMPACT TRAFFIC AND PARKING posted on 8/8/16
Most residents are scheduled to move Aug. 17-20. Congestion is possible from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on all four days along Spur 5, Entrance 1/University Drive, Cougar Village Drive (formerly known as Campus Loop Road), Cullen Boulevard from Cougar Place Drive to Wheeler, and Cougar Place Drive in front of Cougar Place.

SUSTAINABILITY MEETUP TO FEATURE METRO BOARD MEMBER posted on 8/8/16
The first gathering of the fall semester will take place Sept. 1 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in Room 186 of the Health and Biomedical Sciences Building. Christof Spieler will be the guest speaker.

FOCUS ON CAMPUS ART: ‘STATUE OF FOUR LIES’ ENTERTAINS, CONFUSES posted on 8/8/16
The bronze sculpture of two men on the outskirts of Lynn Eusan Park emits a level of kookiness intentionally designed to amuse those who view it.

UH DINING OFFERING A BLOCK MEAL PLAN FLASH SALE FOR COMMUTERS posted on 8/8/16
The sale, set for Aug. 8-12, gives UH commuter students the opportunity to receive an additional $10 in Cougar Cash with any block meal plan purchase.

UH DINING PROMOTES NEW MENU LABELING LAW posted on 7/29/16
The new law is a set of regulations passed by Congress requiring restaurants and other food establishments to post calories on menus and menu signage. The law also requires restaurants to provide customers with additional nutrition information.

IMPORTANT WORK COMPLETED ON MAILBOXES AT TWO RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITIES posted on 7/22/16
Workers from UH Postal Services spent part of the summer replacing the combination locks to the mailboxes at Cougar Place and Cougar Village II.

HELP STUDENTS MOVE IN THIS FALL BY VOLUNTEERING AS A COUGAR MOVER posted on 7/22/16
Residential move-in, which takes place Aug. 17-20, needs volunteers to assist in a variety of different roles to make the experience a worry-free one for students.

SPONSORS NEEDED TO HELP MAKE MOVE-IN A SUCCESS posted on 7/22/16
Faculty and staff and their departments can become a Principal, Red or White sponsor through the donation of money or, if they prefer, by sponsoring a specific item.

NEW RETAIL FOOD SERVICE DIRECTOR NAMED posted on 7/13/16
Chris Conti will manage more than 20 campus retail locations at UH, including those at the Student Center and SC Satellite, as well as seven convenience stores.

ERP BUILDING 5 TRANSFORMED INTO STATE-OF-THE-ART WET LAB FOR STARTUPS posted on 7/13/16
The renovation, which was completed last month, is the result of a collaborative effort by the Office of Real Estate Services, the Division of Research, and Facilities Planning and Construction.

UH DINING DELIVERS COOKING DEMO TO EXXONMOBIL PROGRAM posted on 7/7/16
The Travel to Mars activity at the Fresh Food Company in Moody Towers was directed at students participating in a science camp on the University of Houston campus.

CATERING ON CULLEN OFFERS SUMMER SAVINGS posted on 7/6/16
Customers can choose from a new collection of spice bowls and fan favorite promotions when catering a summer event or meeting.

UH DINING TO PARTNER WITH BOUNCE FOR THREE-PART SERIES posted on 7/6/16
Dietitian Travis Ramirez is teaming up with the College of Education initiative to host a series focusing on nutrition education and cooking demonstrations at the University of Houston-Downtown recreation center.

UH POSTAL SATURDAY SERVICE A HIT WITH STUDENTS posted on 7/6/16
The recent pilot program for residential students received such enormous positive feedback that it will continue during the 2016-2017 academic year.

WELLNESS WALKS TAKING PLACE THROUGHOUT SUMMER posted on 7/1/16
Faculty and staff can take part in the employee wellness initiative every Monday, Wednesday and Friday between 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. inside the air-conditioned Hofheinz Pavilion. Human Resources and Athletics have teamed up to host the walks.

PARKING LOTS MINIMALLY IMPACTED DURING SUMMER MAINTENANCE posted on 6/17/16
UH Parking and Transportation Services is busy improving numerous lots and entrances across campus this summer, but at no time will there be any full lot closures.

CLOTHING DRIVE RESCUES NEARLY 6,000 POUNDS OF TEXTILES FROM LANDFILL posted on 6/17/16
Three members of the Sustainability Task Force partnered with American Textile Recycling Service and the Salvation Army to place donation bins inside five on-campus residential communities during the final three weeks of the spring semester.

STAFF SPOTLIGHT: CHRISTINE DONOVAN’S JOB INVOLVES MORE THAN TRAINING posted on 6/17/16
The senior training specialist in Human Resources, whose background includes stops at Disney, NASA and ExxonMobil, sees her role at UH as being more of a problem solver.

STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: COUGAR CARD WORKER’S DREAM INCLUDES BURGERS posted on 6/17/16
Ashton Connely, who is pursuing a business marketing major at UH, wants to open a chain of hamburger restaurants in the downtown areas of several major cities.

PTS EARNS BRONZE QUILL AWARD FOR 'WORD ON THE STREET' Blog posted on 6/6/16
Representatives from UH's Parking and Transportation Department will be attending the Houston International Association of Business Communicators annual awards gala to accept the award for their work.

PARKING AND TRANSPORTATION SERVICES LAUNCHES 'COAST' - A NEW ALTERNATIVE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM posted on 6/6/16
The University of Houston’s Office of Emergency Management wants everyone to stay safe when heavy rains bring floodwaters to the Greater Houston area.

THREE FAST FACTS TO KNOW ABOUT FLOOD PREPAREDNESS posted on 6/6/16
The University of Houston’s Office of Emergency Management wants everyone to stay safe when heavy rains bring floodwaters to the Greater Houston area.

BE PREPARED BY BUILDING OR REPLENISHING AN EMERGENCY KIT posted on 6/6/16
University of Houston students, staff and faculty are asked to take 40 seconds to watch the most recent video from FEMA on how to build a kit and what to include in it.

FOCUS ON CAMPUS ART: ‘DOUBLE PHYSICHROMIE’ CREATES DIZZYING APPEARANCE posted on 6/6/16
The serpentine-like sculpture that sits near the Welcome Center Parking Garage comprises multi-colored pieces, vertical striping and alternating blade shapes to create a unique optical effect.

STUDENT WINS EARTH WEEK DRAWING FOR FOLDABLE BICYCLE posted on 5/26/16
The Office of Sustainability gave away the prize as part of Earth Week activities, which took place April 15-22 on the University of Houston campus.

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR NAMED FOR FP&C posted on 5/26/16
James D. Wofford Jr., AIA, a University of Houston alumnus, returns to campus with more than 35 years of experience managing projects in the corporate and mission critical environments.

OFFICE OF SUSTAINABILITY STUDENT PLACES THIRD IN NATIONAL COMPETITION posted on 5/24/16
Gabriela Contreras' winning essay will be published in an upcoming issue of College Services magazine, the quarterly publication of NACAS, the largest auxiliary services support organization serving higher education.

UH DINING WELCOMES NEW MANAGER TO COUGAR WOODS posted on 5/19/16
Nikit Bhatt, a University of Houston alumnus, joins the dining hall’s team after serving in Aramark’s Accelerate to Leadership program.

GRADUATION TO AFFECT MAIL SERVICE posted on 5/11/16
There will be no mail pickup and delivery to Susanna Garrison Gymnasium, Hofheinz Pavilion, Alumni Center, Stadium Parking Garage and TDECU Stadium on Thursday, May 12, and Friday, May 13.

UH DINING TO SHOW APPRECIATION TO CUSTOMERS posted on 5/6/16
The Fresh Food Company in Moody Towers will host a celebration with a special menu from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday, May 10.

REMINDER: COUGAR RED FRIDAY SPECIAL STILL OFFERED posted on 5/6/16
UH faculty and staff who wear red and bring their UH ID to the campus dining halls on Fridays can still eat lunch for only $5.

JASON TRIPPIER APPOINTED DIRECTOR OF UHS PROPERTIES posted on 5/4/16
He is now in charge of all properties owned or leased by the UH System, and also directs operations for the ERP and other UHS-owned properties.

LATE-NIGHT $1 BREAKFAST TACOS, FREE COFFEE AVAILABLE IN LIBRARY posted on 5/4/16
The items are being offered from 11 p.m. to 2 a.m. May 3-6 and May 9-12 to help students who are up late studying for final exams.

OFFICE OF SUSTAINABILITY, BIKEHOUSTON TO HOST BIKE TO UH DAY posted on 5/3/16
Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to ride their bicycles to campus on Friday, May 6, then stop by Butler Plaza between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. for snacks and refreshments.


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