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|Nov. 29, 2022|
|Aug. 22 - Dec. 1, 2022||
UofL Free Store Fall Hours
Monday - Thursday, noon-6pm, SAC W303C
UofL’s Free Store is conveniently located in SAC W303C, just down the hall from the Cardinal Cupboard on the 3rd floor of SAC West. Throughout the Fall 2022 semester, it will be open Monday through Thursday from noon-6pm, every day of classes.All students & employees are welcome to "shop" for free clothing, shoes, accessories, linens, electronics, small appliances, household items, bath & beauty supplies, books & media, school & art supplies, and more. Reuse, reuse, reuse! Donations can be made any time in the small bin outside the door of SAC W303C or in the big red bins at the base of the driveway just east of Unitas Tower, off Cardinal Blvd. Help us keep useful stuff out of the landfill while helping those in need! Volunteers are always welcome to keep the store open and tidy while sorting donations. UofL promotes an inclusive environment for all, regardless of gender identity and/or gender expression. The Free Store is a Transgender-Friendly space. The Free Store is closed whenever the university is not in session. Follow the Free Store on or . Facebook Event.
|Fridays through Dec. 2, 2022|
UofL Community Composting Volunteer Days
Every Sunday, Noon-2pm (Add to your Calendar)
240 E. Bloom St. (a block north of Cardinal Blvd. between Brook & Floyd Streets - map)
Come help us turn “trash” into treasure as we manage UofL’s volunteer-powered community composting operation. Dress to get dirty. Tools provided. Learn about worm composting and becoming a UofL EcoRep! All participants are welcome to haul home some rich UofL compost for gardening projects in your own containers/vehicle. This is a weekly service opportunity throughout the year. Contact: Brian Barnes, 502-338-1338.
|Dec. 6, 2022|
Winter Alternative Service Break: Flood Relief in Hazard, KY
December 11-14, 2022
Our 2022 Winter ASB Trip will be to Hazard, KY to repair/rebuild the homes of people affected by the global climate crisis during the unprecedented summer floods. ASB is partnering with the Housing Development Alliance to identify those in need. The cost is free for students. Overnight lodging at a local church, all meals, transportation, and service experience/materials included. Participants will receive 16 service hours and we will devote 1 day to hiking in Red River Gorge. Apply by November 28th on Engage. Email email@example.com with any questions!
|Jan. 19, 2023||
Sustainability-themed UofL Women's Basketball Game
Thursday, Jan. 19th, 7pm, Yum! Center - Get tickets here.
Join us for a special night of greener sports, brought to you by Canon, as the Cards host ACC rivals Boston College. Details TBA.
|Jan. 31, 2023||
UofL Free Store FREE SALE!
Last Tuesdays, August - April, 11:30am-1:30pm, Red Barn
These pop-up Free Sales are offered by the student-run UofL Free Store, now located in SAC W303C. They will be offered on last Tuesdays of each month throughout the year from 11:30am-1:30pm at the Red Barn (outside in good weather). The space is like a thrift store where no money is exchanged and is run by students who help process donations and keep the store tidy and organized in support of the project to help keep useful items out of the landfill while meeting the needs of their peers. The Free Store is a space for the free exchange of clean, functional, durable items like clothing, shoes, electronics, small appliances, household items, bath & beauty supplies, books, school & art supplies, non-perishable food, and more. Donations can be made any time in the small bin outside the door of SAC W303C or in the big red bins at the base of the driveway just east of Unitas Tower, off Cardinal Blvd. Follow the Free Store on or . Facebook Event.
|Feb. 28, 2023|
|March 28, 2023|
|March 31-April 2, 2023
Midwestern Ecology and Evolution Conference: “Crossing Divides”
Friday-Sunday, March 31-April 2, Belknap Academic Building. Register by 2/28/23.
UofL is excited to host the 2023 Midwestern Ecology and Evolution Conference (MEEC) on the theme of “Crossing Divides.” This annual regional conference is hosted by a different Midwestern institution each year and is organized and directed entirely by graduate students. The conference is graduate and undergraduate student-focused, providing a professional atmosphere for students of all levels to interact with and learn from their peers. Previous conferences have drawn between 250 and 300 attendees from universities around the Midwest. Attendees are typically composed of 45% graduate students, 45% undergraduate students, and 10% faculty members. Friday will feature a Field Trip and Meet & Greet. Saturday and Sunday will feature a variety of Workshops & Panels, Posters & Presentations, and Plenary Speakers. Full details and registration here.
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