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The University Center (UC) enriches campus life by providing student-focused opportunities, programs, services, and space. The UC is your student union. A place for you to study, discover diversity, enjoy entertainment and feel at home away from home. Explore the endless possibilities the UC has for you!

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Chloe Reynolds, DiverseU Student Coordinator

“I run the DiverseU committee, I curate the presenters, I facilitate the various subcommittees,” says Reynolds. “I basically herd cats.”

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Curtis Rogers, ShipEx Student Sales Associate

"Rogers says he likes the sense of family at the UC, as well as their flexibility with his class schedule. “They’re very understanding about my schedule,” says Rogers."

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Sonder: Exploring Relationships and Life Experiences

"Using a multitude of mediums in her work, Shelby Hanson explores relationships of all kinds that we find in life and explores the meaning that each brings to ourselves in her exhibit Sonder."

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New Commons Furniture Highlighted in Regional Newsletter

"The UC was featured in the CDA's Fall Newsletter. It showcases not only the furniture update in the UC Commons, but also the photos taken by UC Marketing/ShipEx student employee, Travis Bradford."

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Momentum Grows for Second Annual Chibi Chibi Comic Con

"Last year was just an initial event,” says Program Advisor Evan Fossen. “Now that we’ve learned from that first round, we got a lot better with ideas and knowing what works for people.”

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SIN Works to Further Conversation on Privilege

"These are really important societal issues and a lot of people are passionate to come and learn to further the dialogue,” he says. “I think we’ll still get quite a draw of people who are just interested in these topics."

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