“Event planners always have to be creative, but we’ve had to be really creative during this pandemic,” said Ashlee Christofferson, assistant director of programming at the A. Ray Olpine University Union.
Here’s a look back at some of the highlights through the student perspective, as they “took over” the university’s central social media channels.
Inside your wallet lies your UCard with a cache of opportunities waiting to be tapped.
Dozens of events keep campus bustling during first week of school.
Thousands of U students will flock to the Union Building this Friday, April 17, for the Union Programming Council’s final installment of this year’s Crimson Nights—and this time it’s a red carpet affair event.