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September 20, 1999

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OPERS Fall Festival

On Wednesday, September 22, OPERS will have a Fall Festival on the East Field from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Representatives from student organizations, student service units, and recreation and sport clubs will be present to provide information about the many happenings on campus. This is a chance for students and the rest of the campus community to come together and see what UCSC has to offer. There will be live music and a BBQ dinner. The festival and music are free, the BBQ dinner is $6.75/person--meal plan cards accepted.

Expanded bus service on Santa Cruz westside begins today

Santa Cruz Metropolitan Transit District (SCMTD) is offering expanded bus service for commuters on the westside of Santa Cruz, including a stop at University Business Park, beginning Monday, September 20. Check out the new route and times for the Route 1 University bus on the SCMTD Web site. For further information, contact the UCSC Transportation and Parking Services Program Coordinator at (831) 459-5495, TAPS general information at (831) 459-2190, or Santa Cruz Metro Information at (831) 425-8600.

Drop-in fitness classes for faculty and staff

The Recreation Office is offering excellent, inexpensive fitness classes
fall quarter. The classes are designed with faculty and staff in mind to
fit within the lunch break.

Stretch and Strengthen
Mondays and Wednesdays from noon to 1 p.m.
September 27- December 8
Activity Room, East Field House
Instructor: Stephanie Spencer

Yoga Stretch
Fridays from noon to 1 p.m.
September 24 - December 10
Martial Arts Room, East Field House
Instructor: Don Bard

The cost for the classes is:
$4 per class for staff/faculty or a 10-class card for $30;
$3 per class for registered UCSC students or a 10-class card for $25;
$5 per class for members of the Santa Cruz community or a 10-class card for $40.

Surplus Operations holding public auction

UC Receiving, Surplus Operations, will be holding its annual public auction on Saturday, October 2, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in front of the H Barn at the lower campus. There'll be great deals on tables, desks, shelving, computer equipment and more. For more information, contact Steve Goldie at (831) 459-2852 or e-mail steveg@cats.ucsc.edu.

Diversity Dialogue Group Leader Training planned

The EEO/AA office is sponsoring free Diversity Dialogue Group Leader Training for staff who are interested in exploring and developing their group facilitation and leadership skills. Diversity Dialogue Groups are small groups of people who meet on a regular basis to talk, listen, and learn about the differences and fears that keep us apart. In order to participate in the training you must have a willingness to make a commitment to lead a Diversity Dialogue Group for one year after completing the initial training, approval of release time from your department (approximately 4 hours per month), and successful completion of the application and interview selection process. (Application) After completing the initial training, each leader will recruit, select, and form his or her own Diversity Dialogue Group.
Applications are due by October 1. For more information, call Terilynn
Miller-Pennisi at (831) 459-3252 or e-mail terilynn@cats.ucsc.edu.

Do you have a room, apartment, condo, or house available to rent?

UCSC students are looking now for places to rent for the upcoming year. If you have a room, apartment, condo, or house available, list it now with UCSC's Community Rentals Office. The service is free, and Community Rentals also offers a variety of forms, contracts, and rental information. To place your listing, call (831) 459-4435 or fax the information to 459-5791. The office's summer hours are weekdays from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Beginning October 4, hours are weekdays, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.The office is located in Room 56, Social Sciences 2.

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