Around Campus: Friday, February 22, 2013

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30 Years Later

As UNC's Marcus Garvey Cultural Center celebrated its 30th anniversary Feb. 15, one of its co-founders, who couldn't attend the event, shared some memories from his time on campus.

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Buy a Date with a Bachelor, Contribute to Cancer Research

Support cancer research and bid on UNC's most eligible bachelors at the first ever Silent 'Date' Auction, hosted by UNC Relay for Life, at 7 p.m. tonight, February 22 in Columbine Suites A and B (University Center). 'Date' baskets start at $10, and all the proceeds go towards cancer research.

For more information contact Jayme Thompson at thom7437@bears.unco.edu.


Off-Campus Housing Fair Feb. 26

If you've been thinking about finding off-campus housing, stop by Off-Campus Life's annual Off-Campus Housing Fair 10 a.,m.-2 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 26, on the first floor of the University Center for an opportunity to interact with Greeley-area landlords and property managers, see available properties and begin a safe and informed search for housing.

For more information, email Jimmy Kohles or call Off-Campus Life at 970-351-2172.

Women's Basketball Wins Ninth Straight, Hosts Southern Utah Feb. 23

The UNC women's basketball team won their ninth straight game last night with a 44-41 victory against North Dakota in Grand Forks and are tied with Montana for first place in the Big Sky Conference. Welcome the Bears home Saturday, Feb. 23, when they begin a crucial three-game home stand by hosting Southern Utah at 2:05 p.m. in Butler-Hancock Sports Pavilion. Continue Reading.

LinkedIn Workshop and Networking Event

Want to build your networking skills, connect with recent UNC alumni and learn about the power of social media? Then don't miss the LinkedIn Workshop and Networking Event at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 26 in the Aspen Suites (University Center). Find out more and RSVP at the event's Facebook page , and see a complete schedule here.

The workshop, hosted by the Student Alumni Association and Career Services, will also feature a Q&A session with members of the Young Alumni Council and the chance to meet local professionals in various fields.

Questions? Contact Jeremy Allen at 970-351-3633.

Join Relay for Life in the Fight Against Cancer

It is time once again to sign up for UNC's Relay for Life, April 5-6 at the Campus Recreation Center. Participants who register now pay just $5, increasing to $10 on Feb. 24. This year, the goal is to sign up 85 teams and raise a total of $80,000. Spend the night walking (or running) with teammates and support the fight against cancer.

For more information, please contact

Alex Monroe

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Eating Disorders Awareness Week Feb. 25-27

Join the Women's Resource Center as they celebrate Eating Disorders Awareness Week at UNC, Feb. 25-27. Discuss the most common misconceptions of eating disorders, challenge society's current notions of beauty and get in touch with your creative side at the following events:

Mind and Body Fair 10 a.m.-1 p.m. | Monday, Feb. 25 | University Center

Get a henna tattoo or make a button with a positive message to display on a shirt or backpack. Representatives from the different organizations on campus as well as off-campus chiropractic and massage facilities will be there to answer any questions your have.

Canvas and Chocolates 7-9 p.m. | Wednesday, Feb. 27 | University Center Ballrooms

Paint a picture that that's one-of-a-kind, just like you. Light refreshments will be served, and all art supplies will be provided by the Women's Resource Center. To RSVP, call 970-351-1492 on or before Feb. 22.

Each of these events are intended to help individuals celebrate who they are, and to raise awareness about the difficult world of eating disorders.

For more information, please contact Bernadette Cordova, 351-1492.

Information about Building Addresses on Campus

When publicizing an on-campus event or co-sponsoring one with an off-campus entity that's helping with the publicity, make sure that the correct information for the event's location is used and not UNC's mailing/shipping address (501 20th St.), which sometimes shows up in online search results.

Because some campus buildings' locations make seeing (or even assigning) a street address difficult, use UNC's new online map to locate the nearest major intersection to a building.

For example, Michener Library uses "14th Ave. & 20th St." to describe its general location. Be sure to activate the map's building and street name layers by clicking on them in the Layers menu. If you want to locate the name of the nearest parking lot, also click on the parking lot layer.

Plans for updated building signs on campus include their street addresses.