Just a reminder that you can still sell back your books bought this semester to
the bookstore until the end of business today; don’t forget to bring your
receipts. Also a quick note that the withdrawal period ends on March 26th, to
see all of the dates of the academic calendar visit
Police Services Survey:
UVM Police Services is committed to a systematic program of continuous
improvement and has a quick online survey where you can voice any of your
concerns or compliments. Satisfied or not please visit
http://www.uvm.edu/~afsdept/survey/pol.htm and give them feed back.
Varsity Athletics this week:
Women’s Basketball, Wednesday, February 4th – 7:00PM: UVM vs. Binghamton.
Men’s Basketball, Thursday, February 5th – 7:00PM: The first place Cats
continue their amazing season against SUNY Binghamton. Featuring a halftime
show by UVM’s own step group “Urban Flava.”
Men’s Hockey, Friday, February 6th – 7:00PM: The Cats face off against Colgate.
Women’s Basketball, Saturday, February 7th – 1:00PM: The Cats vs. Northeastern
Also on the 7th, Men’s Hockey – 7:00PM: The Cats against Cornell. Be sure to
come out and support our teams!
Tickets are available still in the SGA office, 1st floor of Billings and they
ESPN’s Cinderella Watch, Support your CATS!:
Each year ESPN sponsor’s its infamous Cinderella Watch, visit the following site
to vote for UVM as this week’s top Cinderella team and help keep UVM on the
list! http://sports.espn.go.com/ncb/news/story?page=cinderella2. Go Cats Go!
WTW displays the current progress of the Student Commons:
Wednesday, February 4th, 12-4PM on the 3rd Floor of Billings Student Center.
Come check out the progress of the Student Commons, on display will be models
and detailed drawings of the soon to come Student Commons building. If you
have questions or concerns please stop by and voice them.
Mortar Board Announcement:
Are you a member of the junior class with a GPA of a 3.2 or higher? If so, then
you are eligible to apply for Mortar Board, a national honor society of college
seniors that promotes the ideals of scholarship, leadership and service. To
apply to be a member of UVM's chapter, go to our website at
http://www.uvm.edu/~mboard/. Applications are due to Billing Student Center on
If you are interested in playing Tennis, competitively or not contact Daniel
Koch at [log in to unmask] Singles, doubles or just to practice any
participants are welcome.
Need something to do? Check out some of the following links to fill up your
http://www.uvm.edu/bored/ UVM’s Bored Page
http://www.uvm.edu/sga/ Student Government’s page, check it out for need to know
http://www.uvm.edu/~sgaclubs A complete listing of SGA recognized clubs
http://www.uvm.edu/~outside UVM’s own Outing Club
UVM Paradigm Project:
Are you interested in being part of social change on UVM's campus? The Paradigm
Project, part of a Department of Justice funded educational initiative through
the UVM Women's Center and the Women's Rape Crisis Center, is seeking students
who are interested in becoming peer educators for the spring and fall semesters
of 2004. The project seeks to educate students on sexual violence, domestic
violence and stalking issues, while engaging students in an active discussion
about masculinity, femininity, and social influences. These prospective peer
educators would not need any prior experience in a peer education role, nor
would they necessarily need an extensive knowledge about the issues of sexual
violence, relationship violence, and stalking. What is most important is that
these students have a desire to enact social change, to challenge the social
norms surrounding these issues, and to educate students about the social
construction of masculinity and femininity. Screening for the peer educator
positions begins in the next two weeks (January 20th-30th), and training will
begin on January 31st. Peer educators will also receive a stipend for both
their training and for the educational sessions that they facilitate.
If you have an interest in being a peer educator, or know of someone who might
have an interest, please contact Jim Leahy at the Women’s Rape Crisis Center
(864-0555 or [log in to unmask]). There will also be an informational sessions
for interested students on January 27th at 7pm in the Women’s Center.
Please take advantage of all of the opportunities around campus and please don’t
hesitate to forward me events and announcements that you think the entire UVM
community should know about. Good luck in your courses and enjoy the brief