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September 19, 2014, 9:33 am
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Sunny
54°F
real feel: 55°F
current pressure: 30 in
humidity: 86%
wind speed: 7 mph NE
wind gusts: 7 mph
sunrise: 7:11 am
sunset: 7:28 pm
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  • Jun
    11

    The American Red Cross Bloodmobile will be on campus today from 10 am – 3 pm in the College Activities Center.

    Donors are needed! Summer supplies traditionally run.  Few students during the summer means no lines and little waiting so you can give blood and save a life even faster.

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  • Jun
    6

    This is just a friendly reminder regarding WVU Parkersburg’s commitment to a tobacco free educational environment. In accordance with the Board of Governor’s Policy F-60, passed earlier this academic year, the Tobacco Free Campus policy will go into effect on Tuesday, July, 1, 2014.

    You can access information on cessation through the Tobacco Free page or you can contact Pamela Santer at 304-424-8205 or Pamela.Santer@wvup.edu, to schedule a consultation.

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  • Mar
    25

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  • Mar
    23

    The ELMS platform will be undergoing maintenance on March 26, 2014 at 7:00 AM Eastern Time.

    This maintenance window is expected to last no more than 2 hours. During this time, the WebStore will be placed in ‘maintenance mode’ and will display a message indicating that the WebStore is temporarily unavailable to the end user.

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  • Mar
    20

    The folks at the Untangle project have an interesting post up about the impact of March Madness on network performance.  Check it out at http://www5.untangle.com/marchmadness.

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