Take Back the Night 2013
Join the VIP Center along with students, staff, faculty, and local community organizations next Wednesday, March 27 for Take Back the Night!
This annual event unites campus and community partners to recognize the collective power of our community to end violence.
Gather at 7pm at Patterson Office Tower plaza to march downtown. The rally will begin at 7:30pm at Courthouse Plaza downtown and will include a welcome by President Capilouto, live performances, a candlelight vigil, resource fair, speak-out, and after-party at Third Street Stuff and Coffee
Craig Mullaney, Common Reading Author, spoke to a packed house this past week.
This year's Commons Reading book, The Unforgiving Minute, chronicles Mullaney's experiences as a West point student, Rhodes Scholar, Army Ranger, and platoon leader during his deployment to Afghanistan...
Continue at www.uky.edu/commonreading
Staff and Faculty Green Dot Training
Wednesday May 22
Ensure student, staff, and faculty success by supporting a safe campus for learning, living, and working. Learn more about the impact power-based personal violence has on a campus, and how to help prevent it using the Green Dot violence prevention strategy. Remember, no one can do everything, but everyone can do something - what will your Green Dot be? Lunch provided. Registration required at the website above.Student Center Addition
THATCamp Kentucky (Day 1)
Saturday Jun 1
THATCamp is an \"unconference\" which means that (among other things) what we do during the camp is entirely up to you, the participants. All you need to bring is your laptop or tablet computer and your ideas. Registration is now open at the website above. You can read more about THATCamp at http://thatcamp.org/about/. You can also send questions to email@example.com. (Camp continues Sunday, June 2 at 12:30 p.m.)W.T. Young Library
Eco-Agent Summer Camp June 10-14 Registration Due June 1st
Saturday Jun 1
Join Bluegrass PRIDE to uncover mysteries of The Arboretum with fun, hands-on activities. Eco-Agent lessons will focus on plants and animals with an emphasis on water quality and waste reduction. For campers ages 7-11. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a registration packet.The Arboretum
THATCamp Kentucky (Day 2)
Sunday Jun 2
THATCamp is an \"unconference\" which means that (among other things) what we do during the camp is entirely up to you, the participants. All you need to bring is your laptop or tablet computer and your ideas. Registration is now open at the website above. You can read more about THATCamp at http://thatcamp.org/about/. You can also send questions to email@example.com.W.T. Young Library
Saturday Swing Dancing
Saturday Jun 8
No experience required. No partner necessary. Singles and couples are welcomed. A beginner's introductory swing dance lesson is held before every dance from 8 to 9 p.m. Refreshments provided.Kentucky Dancesport
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