We wish you all the best
as you wrap up the fall semester!
Just a reminder that if you are leaving Burlington for an extended
period of time throughout December and January,
please remember to:
Keep your heat above
55 degrees to avoid frozen pipes and,
Lock all doors and
windows and take any valuables home to prevent theft.
Take care and we hope you
all enjoy a fun & restful Winter Break!
~ OSCR Staff
so, bring out that
share with us what you
like about downtown Burlington!
are 4 ways to participate:
Take a photo...of your favorite building,
park, space in the downtown
Draw or Paint...a picture...of your vision for
a future downtown and/or
Make a Video...of your favorite activity to do
Write an Essay...about your favorite building,
park, space in downtown or
describing your vision for the downtown/waterfront.
due by Dec. 30th, 2011. For
full contest rules and/or to submit your entry click
Need a Study Break?
Free Food for Your Thoughts!!
ResLife is conducting a Housing Master
Plan process and needs off-campus student input. Take a break from
studying and head over to the Pearl House (12 Colchester Ave., 1st
floor) for free food and to share your thoughts!
When: Tues. 12/13 from 5-6pm
Where: The Pearl House, 12 Colchester Ave.,
To RSVP: email Alicia.Taylor@uvm.edu
Burlington Mayoral Candidates!
their Dec. 8th meeting the Ward 2/3
Neighborhood Planning Assembly will host a forum between Miro
Weinberger and Tim Ashe, the two democratic
Mayoral candidates. The
forum will happen from 7:45-8:30pm at the McClure Multigeneration
Center at 241 No. Winooski Ave. The general NPA meeting begins at
6:30pm and there is a free community dinner from 5:30-6:20pm. All
are welcome and encouraged to attend! The complete NPA meeting agenda
can be found here.
the picture below for a free printable coupon!
Want to Save Money on
Food? Here's a Tip!
off campus brings all sorts of new experiences. For many students not
only is the move off campus the first time they have to deal with
bills, neighbors and when the next recycling day is, it's also the
first time they have been on their own for planning, shopping for, and
cooking their meals.Cooking and cleaning is a hassle but the
convenience of eating out or ordering food for delivery gets expensive
quickly! Some student cook something that they will be able to enjoy
for several days , like a large pot of stew. While this can be cost
effective, eating the same thing for 4 days gets pretty old. That's
where we come in!
15 dining locations and daily specials all over campus, variety won't
be a problem! Did you know that when you are on campus spending cash or
credit on food you're spending more that you need to? When you
spend meal points on campus not only can you benefit from not having to
pay tax at the register, you also get a sweet deal when you buy the
points. For example, if you spend $100 dollars we'll give you a 10%
bonus and add 110 points to your card. If you spend $250 we'll give you
a 20% bonus and add 300 points. On top of that, this month we've
included a coupon that give you and extra 5 points when you add as
little as $50. Spend $100 and you'll get 115 points. The best part?
These points don't expire until you use them!
the Meal Plan
Office today and save some serious cash! 802.656.2945