July 18, 2012
Yogurtland, Scavenger Hunt & Family
Night Planned for Staff Week, July 24-26
Staff Week is just around the corner, offering three days of events for CSULB staff members.
Team up with your coworkers for a scavenger hunt throughout campus on Tuesday, July 24 and Wednesday, July 25 at 12 pm.
- Scavenger hunt teams cannot have more than four people.
- Teams can participate one or both days.
- Meet at the Lymon Lough Fountain at Brotman Hall at 12 pm for the scavenger hunt list and instructions.
- The team with the most golden tickets collected wins.
- The winning team will be announced at the Staff Summer Social on Thursday, July 26.
Family Game Night
Bring your families to the Student Union for Staff Family Game Night on Wednesday, July 25 from 6 – 8 pm.
- Play pool, start a game of table tennis or participate in cosmic bowling – all are free.
- Have dinner – a slice of pizza, a cookie and a drink are $2.50. Food must be preordered. Food cannot be ordered at the event.
Yogurtland Staff Summer Social
Enjoy Yogurtland frozen yogurt and live music at the Nugget patio on Thursday, July 26 from 11:30 am – 1:30 pm.
- Yogurtland costs $1 if you prepay by Monday, July 23. You can purchase frozen yogurt at the event for $2.
- Local band Low Low Jones will bring their mix of funk, rock and soul to the Nugget.
- The winning scavenger hunt team will be announced.
How to Preorder
The following staff members are accepting orders and payments for Family Game Night dinners and Yogurtland:
5-2389 / Brotman Hall 303
||5-1791 / Brotman Hall 377
||5-4747 / Dance Center
||5-8546 / Parking & Transportation Services
||5-4239 / McIntosh Humanities Building 515
||5-2392 / Peterson Hall 2 119
||5-8341 / Facilities Management 116
||5-4357 / Facilities Management
For questions about Staff Week, contact Lupe Swartz at extension 5-2389 or Lupe.Swartz@csulb.edu.
Did You Know?
Dr. Kevin Malotte (Health Science) was a co-author of an article published in the prestigious New England Journal of Medicine this month.
He was a member of the research team that conducted a study that involved giving a combined drug to heterosexual adults in Botswana to prevent HIV infection. You can read the article, Antiretroviral Preexposure Prophylaxis for Heterosexual HIV Transmission, on the Journal’s website. This was one of the studies cited by the FDA in licensing the first drug for the prevention of HIV in the United States this week.
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