Volume 10, Issue 9
The Village Monthly
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA FAMILY AND GRADUATE HOUSING
Family Housing Bus Route For those of you who are new to UGA, learning the bus system can be tricky. Two main campus buses serve the Family and Graduate Housing community– Family Housing and North South.
University Health Center
Opposite Soule Hall
Miller Plant Sciences
Georgia Center for Continuing Studies
The Family Housing bus route begins at Building "S" at 7:00 a.m. and the Arch at 7:19 a.m. Buses continue to depart every 15 minutes until 6:45 p.m. from Building "S" at which time night service begins. Night Service buses depart Building "S" every twenty minutes from 7:10 p.m. until 12:10 a.m. and include Riverbend Parkway on their route.
Snelling Dining Commons
Building “S” Building “R” Building “P”
For parking maps and other info, visit www.parking.uga.edu
Opposite Aderhold Hall
The Arch Athens Clarke County MultiModal Transit Center Main Library or Jackson Street Plaza
Information from www.transit.uga.edu
Psychology and Journalism
Arkansas Tailgate Party
Game day Parking/Travel Because the population of Athens nearly doubles on football game days, driving around campus and Athens can be difficult. Try to minimize travel on these days; if you need to use your car, however, be aware of game times. It will be difficult to leave campus as game time approaches, and can be very difficult to get back on campus after half-time.
Join us on Saturday, September 18th for a Georgia vs. Arkansas tailgate party in the community room! Kick-off is at 12pm noon. We’ll hang out, cook some burgers and hot dogs, watch the game, and even have some games to play if American Football isn’t your sport of choice! Come and celebrate being a Georgia Bulldog by taking part in this UGA tradition. Come for a little while or stay for the whole time; we’re just looking forward to seeing you there!
Inside this issue: Karate Classes
International/Multicultural Student Organizations
Activities from the UGA Master Calendar
Important Phone Numbers
Remember that the Breezeway/Stairwell policy has been updated and will be in effect beginning Sept. 8. To keep your property from being removed, please make sure that you keep toys, bikes, and household items off of the breezeways.
Free Karate Classes Shorinji Ryu Karatedo is the art of striking, restraining, or throwing an attacker, based on the martial traditions of Okinawa and Japan. Its philosophical aims are selfdiscipline, awareness, and the protection of human life.
The Budokai, a Recreational Sports club, has offered free karatedo classes at UGA for more than 25 years. Your student activity fees help fund this and other club sportsâ€“ take advantage of this unique resource!
Attend any class between Aug 17Dec. 7
Tue & Thu 8:00pm-9:30pm
International Coffee Hour
Ramsey Center Studio B
New members are welcome!
FOR MORE INFO http://www.uga.edu/karatedo email@example.com
Every Friday from 11:30-1:30 in the Memorial Hall Ballroom various multicultural student organizations host a coffee hour. Native food, cultural displays, entertainment, and meeting new students are all a part of these events! Organized by International Student Life.
International and Multicultural Student Organizations UGA offers a wide variety of multicultural student associations for students to be involved in. If you are interested in any of the following, use the web or e-mail address to contact organization leaders. African Student Union www.uga.edu/asu AIESEC www.aiesec.uga.org Amnesty International firstname.lastname@example.org Association of Chinese Professionals (UGA Chapter) email@example.com Athens for Justice in Palestine firstname.lastname@example.org Brazilian Student Association email@example.com CaribSA (Caribbean Student Association) Jodibar@uga.edu Chinese Language Society firstname.lastname@example.org Chinese Student Union www.ugacsu.org
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Chinese Undergraduate Student Association email@example.com
Korean Undergraduate Student Association (KUSA) firstname.lastname@example.org
Eastern European Student Union email@example.com
Persian Student Union www.uga.edu/persian
European Student Association www.uga.edu/esa
Russian Student Association www.uga.edu/russianclub
FASA (Filipino American Student Association) firstname.lastname@example.org FIMRC (Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children)
Students for Latin@ Empowerment www.uga.edu/sle Taiwanese Student Association
Georgia China Alliance
Thai Student Association
Indian Student Association
Turkish Student Association
Interfaith Cultural Organization
Vietnamese Student Association
Japan Club www.uga.edu/jac
KTPA (Korean Traditional Play Association)
Select Activities From UGA Master Calendar
Wednesday, September 1, 2010 Student Organizations Fall Activities Fair. Sponsored by the Center for Student Organizations, Department of Campus Life. More than 100 registered student organizations will provide information and recruit members. 10:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Tate Student Center Plaza and Lawn. Contact: 706-542-8584, www.uga.edu/ stuorgs, email@example.com Thursday, September 2, 2010 UGA Relay For Life Kick-off. A night of activities devoted to finding the cure. 8:00 p.m. Athens Square, across from Arch. Contact: justin.mann@UGArelay.org
Learn about the equipment and skills needed to enjoy outdoor activities safely. $15, $12 UGA faculty and staff, $10 UGA students. Register by Sept. 3. 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. 114 Ramsey Student Center. Contact: 706-542-8030
Coffee Hour. Sponsored by International Student Life. Jittery Joe’s coffee and refreshments provided. Hosted by the World Ambassadors. 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Memorial Hall Ballroom. Contact: 706-542-5867
Thursday, September 9, 2010
Soccer vs. College of Charleston. 7:00 p.m. Women's Sports Complex, Milledge Avenue. Contact: 706-542-1621, www.georgiadogs.com
2010 UGA Emergency Preparedness Information Fair and Lecture. Sponsored by the Office of Security and Emergency Preparedness. Active shooter lecture: 10 a.m.-noon, Tate Reception Hall. Information fair with displays including public safety vehicles, safety equipment demonstrations and booths. 10:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. Tate Student Center Plaza. Contact: 706-542-5845, www.osep.uga.edu Friday, September 10, 2010 Coffee Hour. Sponsored by International Student Life. Jittery Joe’s coffee and refreshments provided. Hosted by Studies Abroad in the South Pacific. 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Memorial Hall Ballroom. Contact: 706-542-5867
Community Celebration and Sister Hazel Concert. Picnic at 5 p.m. and then free concert at 9:00 p.m. Navy Supply Corps School. Contact: www.uga.edu/news/artman/publish/100729_Na vy_School.shtml Wednesday, September 22, 2010 Sukkot. Jewish religious observance that begins at sundown, Sept. 22 and continues nine days. Through Friday, October 1, 2010. Friday, September 24, 2010
Coffee Hour. Sponsored by International Student Life. Jittery Joe’s coffee and refreshments Volleyball hosts Bulldog Invitational. Sept. 10 vs Washington at 7 p.m. Sept. 11 vs. Florida provided. Hosted by the Filipino American Friday, September 3, 2010 Gulf Coast at noon, vs. Georgia Tech at 7 p.m. Student Association and the Vietnamese Student Association. 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. MemoThrough Saturday, September 11, 2010. RamCoffee Hour. Sponsored by International Sturial Hall Ballroom. Contact: 706-542-5867 sey Student Center. Contact: 706-542-1621, dent Life. Jittery Joe’s coffee and refreshments www.georgiadogs.com Soccer vs. LSU. 7:00 p.m. Women's Sports provided. Hosted by UGA Recreational Sports. Complex, Milledge Avenue. Contact: 706-54211:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Memorial Hall BallSaturday, September 11, 2010 1621, www.georgiadogs.com room. Contact: 706-542-5867 CPL Joshua Reeves 5k. Sponsored by UGA Volleyball vs. Tennessee. 7:00 p.m. Ramsey Dawg Bowl II: A Tailgate Cook-off. SponArmy ROTC. A 5k run/walk dedicated to the Student Center. Contact: 706-542-1621, sored by the UGA Alumni Association Athens memory of CPL Joshua Reeves, the men and Area Chapter. Bring a dish to be judged, or women who made the ultimate sacrifice on 09- www.georgiadogs.com enter as a team. $50 per team or $20 per dish 11-01, as well as a salute to today's members of Sunday, September 26, 2010 (appetizer, side dish, main dish, dessert). $3 per the Armed Forces for their service to the nation. guest to attend and sample food. Prizes Pre-registration: $20; Race day: $25. 8:00 a.m. Volleyball vs. Kentucky. 1:30 p.m. Ramsey awarded. 6:00 p.m. Wray-Nicholson House. UGA campus 5k route. Contact: 706-542-2612 Student Center. Contact: 706-542-1621, www.georgiadogs.com Contact: 706-542-2251, firstname.lastname@example.org Monday, September 13, 2010 Soccer vs. Arkansas. 1:30 p.m. Women's Monday, September 6, 2010 $1 Body Composition Test. Sponsored by Sports Complex, Milledge Avenue. Contact: Labor Day Holiday. No classes; offices UGA Recreational Sports. Let a certified per706-542-1621, www.georgiadogs.com closed. sonal trainer determine your percentage lean mass and fat mass using the three-site skinfold Monday, September 27, 2010 Wednesday, September 8, 2010 test. 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. 245C Ramsey Stu$1 Body Composition Test. 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 Outdoor Adventure 101 Clinic. Sponsored by dent Center. Contact: email@example.com p.m. 245C Ramsey Student Center. Contact: the Georgia Outdoor Recreation Program. firstname.lastname@example.org Friday, September 17, 2010
COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS Athens Tech is continuing to offer their FREE ESL classes to those students and spouses who want to learn to speak and write English. Classes take place Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7-9pm in the Community Room.
Do you have any announcements for the FGH community? Email email@example.com
T H E V I L L A G E M O N T HL Y
Important Phone Numbers to Keep Handy Family and Graduate Housing Office 542-1473 (8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday – Friday)
THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA FAMILY AND GRADUATE HOUSING
Resident Manager 540-4366 (on call after 5 p.m. Mon.-Fri. and all day The University of Georgia Family and Graduate Housing 710 East Campus Road Athens, Georgia 30602-4622
Sat & Sun.)
Phone: 706-542-1473 Fax: 706-542-8402 Email: FGH@uga.edu
Joe McLain - 389-6100 (RM Bldgs ABCD) firstname.lastname@example.org
Jonathan Gibson - 389-6200 (RM Bldgs EFGH ) email@example.com
Nicole Kim - 389-6300 (RM Bldgs JKL) firstname.lastname@example.org
Elizabeth Sheain - 389-6400 (RM Bldgs MNP&BO) email@example.com
Charity Gateere - 389-6500 (RM Bldgs QRS) firstname.lastname@example.org
UGA Police 542-2200 (24 hrs)
Emergency 911 (24 hrs)
Work orders 542-3999 (24hrs) or www.uga.edu/housing/workorder EITS Help Desk 542-3106
Maintenance Corner Jamie Wilkes 8/31/10 Maintenance Supervisor The maintenance crew completed 508 work orders between 7/28/10 and 8/28/10
When you use the laundries and you have trouble with a machine please e-mail or call in a work order, just as you would with your apartment. We need to know which laundry and which machine is not working.
Please do not tamper with the smoke detectors in your apartment. This is the first warning that you will get in case there is a fire in your apartment. If you disable the head and there is a fire not only are you endangering yourself but everyone in your P-building demolition is complete and the building. Call the F&GH office during the asbestos abatement is almost complete. day and the Resident Manager on duty at The Physical Plant guys will start next night to silence the head if you accidenweek on the renovations. tally set it off while cooking. N-building renovation is 99.9% complete. We will start painting the hand rails soon so watch for wet paint signs. That black paint will not come out of your clothes.
We have installed all new appliances in H- Pest Control: Cannon Pest Control comes to Family Housing every Wednesday to building. treat apartments. Please have your work We have had a busy summer. We turned orders in before Wednesdays of each week over 250 apartments and several large pro- or you will have to wait until the following jects. week.
*** Pest Control personnel have told me that roaches and other pest hate clean cool apartments. To keep pest down remove your trash daily and keep your food such as cereal, rice, breads in sealable containers. Wipe down your ranges and counter tops after cooking.