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SUMMER 1999-00
Volume 42, Number 4

IN THIS ISSUE

Your students' safety...it depends on common sense

Here's how to get around campus safely at night

Mayflower renovations a big project

Creating your own space

Special interest floors: a popular choice

Rebuilding Hillcrest

Resident assistants easing the transistion to University life

Jobs in residence halls: work where you live

Weeks of Welcome (WOW)

Parent Times Briefs

University Calendar


Weeks of Welcome

When your student arrives on campus in August, a two-week campus/civic festival will be in full swing. It’s meant to welcome students to the University, and to give them many ways to meet new friends right away.

 
Cheerleaders liven things up at Hancher!  

Called Weeks of Welcome, the festival includes dances, fireworks, an ice cream social, a downtown street festival, comedy, music, and movies in the Iowa Memorial Union, night games in the UI Fieldhouse’s recreational facilities, and a non-alcohol tailgate sponsored by Stepping Up, the campus organization that works to end binge drinking.

Words on the Wind, the installation at Hubbard Park that contains the wishes of University students, faculty, and staff on ribbons tied to the fence, will be recreated, too.

The WOW schedule includes open houses, picnics, and programs.

Word on the Wind flow in the breeze.  
Words on the Wind, the installation at Hubbard Park  

 

 

 

 

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