The SA Government is happy to offer you a free shuttle to the airport this Thanksgiving Break. Attached below is the schedule; stops are at Southside, Towers, and Rush Rhees Library (in addition to the airport). In general, they run from 10am-5pm on Wednesday, November 21 and 2pm-9pm on Sunday, November 25. In case of problems, please call First Transit at 585/301-7121.
Also, don’t forget the online ride board, RoadTrip (http://sa.rochester.edu/roadtrip).
Take it easy,
Wednesday, November 14, 6pm; Wilson Commons 121/122
>>College Bowl has become synonymous with academic achievement as well as entertainment! It is a question and answer game, covering facts in academic disciplines, current events, sports, and pop culture. If you’re interested in starting a team, get 5 people together and a $10 registration fee and submit a team registration form (available at the Common Market) to the Common Market by Noon on Monday, November 12th. The winners of the UR competition will be invited to compete for the All-Star Team, which will proceed to the regional competition.
CAMPUS-WIDE CLOTHING DRIVE
Thursday through Sunday, November 15-18, in your residence hall
>>Sponsored by 2011, 2010, 2009, and 2008 Class Councils, STING, RA’s, Freshman Fellows, GHR’s, and CA’s, all clothing dropped off in your residence hall laundry room will be donated to the Bethany House of Rochester. Support a good cause!
Planning your trip home for Thanksgiving? The Road Trip ride board is always open, and SA-sponsored airport shuttles will be announced as soon as the schedules are available.
As always, if you have any questions, please contact Alvin at firstname.lastname@example.org or at x52908.
University of Rochester
November 2, 2007
What is “diversity,” what does it mean at our institution, and what does it mean to you?
This day has been programmed to invite a number of scholars and administrators from nearby universities and colleges as well as the UR to describe how questions of diversity are approached at our institutions. Is it something that is addressed through courses and curricula, through professional research, and/or through strategies intended to diversify the faculty and student bodies on a campus? Is it something that is defined in terms of race, income, or other considerations? Are our definitions of diversity inclusive? Are they political, historical, or entirely “personal”? We ask you to come and join our discussion. This topic is being debated in our courts, our colleges, our media, and our classrooms: join the discussion!