With classes under way, here's a look at some of the highlights of the past few days as the University of Northern Colorado started its 125th year with a combination of traditional and not-so-traditional events on campus.
Fall classes begin Aug. 25.
UNC football players were among the hundreds of students, faculty and staff who helped arriving students move into residence halls on Move-In Day Aug. 21.
Arriving in style for UNC Move-In Day.
Students arrived at Cranford Park under overcast skies Aug. 22 for UNC's annual fall convocation ceremony.
Special Education Professor Kay Ferrell, recipient of the 2014 M. Lucile Harrison Award, UNC's highest faculty honor, helped welcome new students and faculty during the convocation ceremony.
A Taste of UNC, which featured a variety of finger foods prepared by UNC's Dining Services staff, followed the convocation ceremony.
The Campus Recreation Center's annual Rec Fest, which introduces newcomers to the center's services and programs, took on a Western theme, complete with a mechanical bull and line dancing.
The annual ice cream social and Movie on the Field was another popular event.
A group of students learns about Asian/Pacific American Student Services' programs during the Student Involvement Fair, which introduces new students to the hundreds of student clubs on campus.
The class of 2018 gathered on Turner Green for a unique class photo.
August 25, 2014
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