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Students, please take note: IT Service Disruption October 1-2

There will be a planned twelve-hour interruption to IT services at the University of Minnesota beginning on Saturday, October 1 at 6:00 p.m., with service restoration beginning on Sunday, October 2 at 6:00 a.m. All services will be restored by noon on Sunday. During this time, you will not be able to access IT systems and services such as WebVista and Moodle.

Student Activities

Collegiate Golf Alliance National Qualifier: The University of Minnesota and St. Olaf College are partnering to offer the 2011 Collegiate Golf Alliance (CGA) National Championship Regional Qualifier on Friday, September 30 at the University of Minnesota Golf Course. Winning 2-somes will advance to Las Vegas for the National Championships! For more information, visit the CGA Golf website.

Are you ready for the 2011 Gopher Adventure Race? Participants race in teams of two, traveling by foot and campus transportation to take on physical and mental challenges while deciphering clues that will allow you to discover and experience the U in a whole new way! Register online at Z.UMN.EDU/GAR to reserve your spot. Top prizes provided by North Face. Great swag, drawings, and food for all! All University of Minnesota students, faculty, staff, and alumni are welcome to participate. Register early as openings are limited and expected to fill very soon! For more information, contact: Connie Magnuson at . Date: October 7, 2011, Cost: $30.00

Are you interested in getting to know one of your professors better? You and two classmates can coordinate a lunch with one of your professors at any participating University Dining Services location! Learn more...

Comedians of Chelsea Lately: Sarah Colonna, Loni Love, Matt Braunger & Jen Kirkman share sidesplitting commentary on pop culture. 9 p.m. Free! October 8 at the Great Hall in Coffman Union. Two admitted per student U Card. For more information, visit

Internship with the Mayor's Office

The Mayor's Office is currently in need of an intern who can help in the communications department. Ideal candidates will have good writing background and experience. A major or minor/concentration in writing, journalism and or English would be great, but not necessary. Candidates may be undergraduate, graduate students and recent graduates. Internships are unpaid, but we are flexible with hours and we are certain that our interns will contribute and learn as much from their experience with us as well as we, from the experience with them. If interested, please look at the application process. Questions? Email Chai Lee at:

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