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The University of Northern Colorado will host a variety of free Halloween activities that include multiple haunted houses and safe trick or treating locations for children and families from the community.
Free parking will be available in university parking lots after 5 p.m. Before 5 p.m., 30-minute and hourly parking permits can be purchased from vending machines in lots.
Visit http://www.unco.edu/uncmap for a map showing building and parking lot locations.
The GLBTA Resource Office can provide a panel of students involved in the GLBTA community to share their experiences with student organizations, classes and other groups on campus. Participation on a panel by other members of the campus community is welcome. To schedule a panel or for more information about being a panel member, contact German Duarte, 351-2906, or visit the GLBTA website.
Sgt. Benjamin Anthony, a soldier in the Israel Defense Forces, will present a lecture titled "Hope in the Midst of War" from 7-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 30, in Ross 1060.
Anthony, a veteran combat soldier, and the men and women he served alongside have seen the tragic cost of war and the price it exacts upon those who participate in it, but delivers the message that despite those horrors and the adversity faced, despair must not be the reaction of the soldiers or supporters of Israel.
He highlights the shared values that are fought for by the soldiers of Israel and describes the sources from which inspiration and hope can be drawn even in the face of the most unrelenting hardships or the psychological scars with which most veterans must live.
The lecture is sponsored by Christians United for Israel, a UNC student club, and is open to both pro- and anti-Israel groups alike in order to generate diverse opinions and points of view.
For more information, contact Shayna Glasso at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-907-3782.
Today, Oct. 25, is the deadline for reserving ad space in The Claw Magazine, a 36-page, glossy-covered publication with feature and entertainment articles that will debut in November. The magazine is created and led by students in the Journalism and Mass Communications program.
University offices or departments that would like more information about placing an ad or about the magazine, should contact JMC senior and The Claw advertising director David Cornelius at 303-668-5131 or at email@example.com.
JMC co-advisers are Lynn Klyde Silverstein and Lee Anne Peck.
Career Services will host its annual Fall Job and Internship Fair for UNC students from 2-5 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 30, in the University Center ballrooms. There is no fee for candidates to attend this event. Approximately 70 organizations are scheduled to attend.
Job and internship seekers will be able to connect with employers from a variety of industries including: banking and financial services, communications and media, non-profit, general business/business services, government, military, insurance, retail, and technology.
For additional information, including a list of organizatoins attending, visit Career Services' website.
Don't forget that every Friday is Bear Pride Friday at UNC. Show your school spirit by wearing school colors on Fridays. Whether it's a Bear Pride T-shirt, UNC logo wear or your regular clothes, show the rest of the world you're proud to be a Bear.
Enjoy a 5k run or walk with UNC's Black Men of Today starting at 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 27, outside Holmes Dining Hall. All proceeds will benefit breast cancer research. Registration is $5 for students and $10 for non-students. All participants will get a thank you gift and will be automatically entered in a raffle for a new iPod. Sign up here.
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