Around Campus: Friday, December 7, 2012

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Behind a National Movement

A University of Northern Colorado graduate is leading a World War II initiative that's garnered interest from the likes of The Today Show, which is scheduled to air a segment on the project Dec. 7 as part of its Pearl Harbor Day coverage.

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Study Breakfast and Stress Reliever Sunday

Don't forget about the Study Breakfast and Stress Reliever starting at 7 p.m. Sunday in the UC. Brought to you by the UPC, CPE and UC, if you take advantage of the free activities below, you just might go into finals week stress free.

  • Therapy Dogs 7-9 p.m., Fireside Lounge
  • Arts and Crafts 7-10 p.m., Fireside Lounge
  • Massages 8-10 p.m., lower level
  • Study Breakfast 9-11 p.m., Food Court

For more information on these events, please contact the Center for Peer Education at (970) 351-2573.</p>

Non-Traditional Student Association Christmas Bazaar

The Non-Traditional Student Association is sponsoring its first-ever Christmas Bazaar from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 15, in the Columbine, Aspen and Spruce rooms in the University Center. If you need to get some last-minute gifts, the bazaar will offer a variety of items:

  • Jewelry
  • Hair Accessories
  • Quilts
  • Art
  • Specialty Items and gifts
  • Books
  • Food

UNC clubs and associations and students doing personal sales can participate for a $25 fee, which includes a table and two chairs. Space size will be given upon confirmation.

For questions, reservations and information, email name, type of items selling and number of spaces requested to: Crystol May at

Didn’t Get a Spring Semester Course You Need?

If you weren't able to get into a course you need or want when you registered for spring semester, don't forget to see if it's being offered during UNC's interim session Dec. 17-Jan. 11. Two easy-to-read lists of the courses being offered are now available: LAC courses | Non-LAC courses It's not too late to register and get closer to degree completion.

For additional information, visit the interim session website.