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Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2012 12:25:17 -0600 (MDT) From: News Alert E-Memo <email@example.com> Subject: Campus ban on non-affiliates on April 20
TO: All CU-Boulder faculty and staff
FROM: Russell L. Moore, provost
SENDER: Office of the Provost
DATE: April 13, 2012
SUBJECT: Campus ban on non-affiliates on April 20
Today, Chancellor DiStefano authorized the closure of the CU-Boulder campus to
all visitors and non-affiliates on Friday, April 20.
The Norlin Quad lawn areas will be closed to all people regardless of campus
affiliation on Friday, April 20. Individuals who enter the lawn areas of Norlin
Quad will be ticketed for trespassing. Closure signage will be clearly
displayed in this area.
Classes and all regular academic activities will go on as scheduled, but you
will need your BuffOne ID card throughout the day to gain admittance to
classroom buildings in the heart of the campus.
Also, be advised that the general campus will be closed to non-affiliates. For
those visitors who have tickets for CU events on April 20 from 9 a.m. to 6
p.m., or who are participants in academic meetings, symposia, conferences or
other officially sanctioned activities, limited access to campus will be
provided via a special registration program.
Visitors will check in on the CU-Boulder East Campus Administrative and
Research Center at 3100 Marine Street. Please register for this service by
going online to http://www.colorado.edu/april20/ beginning Monday, April 16 at
8 a.m. or call the CU information line at 303-492-4636. After 6 p.m., no
special access to the campus is required, though visitors should be advised
that traffic getting into and out of the campus is likely to be heavy.
We understand these represent sacrifices and different protocols than you are
used to. We are taking these measures and others to try to end the disruptive
and unwanted 4/20 event on the campus.
A full list of measures and conditions on 4/20 is posted on the CU website at
Russell L. Moore, provost
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