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Monday10/25
12:00 am12:00 am
Bicycle Removal

Bike rack adjacent to CV1 nearest the exterior classrooms on the North side, will be removed.

Any bikes remaining on this date will be removed and can be claimed at UHPD.

6:00 am11:00 pm
New! ERS Walk and Talk Podcast (available through all major podcast platforms)

Join us on a 20-30 minute walk while we talk about health, wellness, and life in general. From the Employees Retirement System of Texas, podcast host Lacy Wolff walks and talks with her mentors, friends, experts and leaders about health and wellness. Learn more through the link below, or search ERS Walk and Talk through your favorite podcast platform! Learn more and participate whenever convenient for you!

7:00 am
$1 Victory Days

Following a cougar football team victory visit Student Center South for Shasta’s $1 Ice Cream and the Games Room for 1/2 Hour of Billiards or Table Tennis, or a game of Bowling for only $1.00!

12:30 pm2:30 pm
Kids’ Meals

Since 2006, Kids’ Meals has been making and delivering free, healthy meals directly to the homes of hungry children. Since its inception, they have given more than 8 million free meals to food-insecure children in 42 Houston-area zip codes. Kids’ Meals is a first-responder to children ages 5 and under facing debilitating hunger due to extreme poverty.

5:30 pm6:30 pm
Trans/Non-binary Chats

The Trans/Nonbinary Chats are for transgender students and partners, or anyone questioning their gender identity. After attending the group, participants should feel more empowered to engage with the general community as an advocate for themselves. All Identities Welcome!

5:30 pm6:00 pm
Cycle 30

Engage your whole body while you pedal to the beat of popular hits. Cycling will build muscle strength and help boost your cardiovascular endurance.

6:00 pm7:00 pm
LECTURE: Tania Gutierrez-Monroy

Hines College Emerging Scholar Gutierrez-Monroy discusses her doctoral research exploring women during Revolutionary Mexico, as well as her current work on landscapes of Indigenous resistance.