In Today's Issue
- Chilled Water Shutoff Rescheduled for Saturday
- Section of Library Road to be Closed Temporarily
- Talk: How to Eat Fewer Calories and Less Fat
- Alternate Parking for Freshman Move-In Day
- Women Sought for PCOS Study
News and Announcements
Chilled Water Shutoff Rescheduled for Saturday
A project that will disrupt air conditioning in Lattimore Hall, Morey Hall, and Todd Union has been rescheduled for Saturday, Aug. 11. Starting at 8 a.m., Central Utilities will shut off the chilled water service to those buildings for about 12 hours so that old chilled water piping that services Morey Hall can be removed to make way for construction on the Ronald Rettner Hall for Media Arts and Innovation. Chilled water service is expected to be returned by 8 p.m.
Section of Library Road to be Closed Temporarily
Starting at 5 p.m. today, Library Road will be closed to vehicular traffic from the Dandelion Walk Way south to Intercampus Drive for a water main relining project. Library Road will be reopened no later than 10 p.m. today. Direct questions to Dan Morphy at 275-5263.
Talk: How to Eat Fewer Calories and Less Fat
Alternate Parking for Freshman Move-In Day
Kacie Cook, clinical nutrition specialist, will discuss cutting calories and reducing fat in your diet, from 12:10 to 12:50 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 16, at the Kate Gleason Auditorium, Central Library of Rochester, 115 South Ave. Attendees at the free "got health?" talk, part of a monthly series sponsored by the Center for Community Health, will be entered into a drawing for a cookbook, Deliciously Healthy Dinners. For more information call 224-3050.
Three parking lots on the River Campus
will be closed Aug. 23 to accommodate Freshman Move-In Day. Valentine
Lot, all of Park Lot, and the entire length of Intercampus Lot will be
needed for the move-in process. Employees who regularly park in those
lots will need to park in the Alumni and Advancement Center (AAC) Lot (formerly the River Road Lot) or
the Wilson North Lot. Click here
to see parking maps. Shuttle buses will run from the AAC Lot from 6
a.m. to 7 p.m. Cars left in Park Lot will be towed to the far end of the
lot. For more information, call the River Campus Parking Office at
Women Sought for PCOS Study
Physicians from the Medical Center and
Strong Fertility Center are recruiting women to participate in a study
on polycystic ovary syndrome or PCOS. PCOS is a condition that causes
increased male hormones in women and irregular menstrual cycles, which
may interfere with a woman’s ability to get pregnant. If you are between
the age of 18 and 40, have irregular menstrual cycles, and are
interested in participating, call (585) 275-4149 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Women do not need a formal PCOS diagnosis to enroll.
Aug. 10, 2012
Today's Event Highlight
Exhibit: Springing to Life
Morning showers, 76°
9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Rare Books and Special Collections, Rush Rhees Library. Read more ...
Rochester in the News
Minneapolis Star-Tribune (Aug. 8)
Finally, Good News about Kids' Health: Cholesterol Down
The findings "cannot be interpreted as anything but good news," says Rae-Ellen Kavey, professor in the Department of Pediatrics. Kavey acknowledges that she finds some of the changes inexplicable, but does not question their significance, since improvements were seen in kids of all ages, ethnic backgrounds, and even among children who were already obese.
CBS Local (Aug. 8)
3 on Your Side:
Online Food Order Apps
The concept of ordering food online or using a smartphone app has made dinner easy. But it can also make it more costly, and less healthy. A recent study from the University of Rochester evaluated 160,000 online orders to a North Carolina pizza chain over the course of four and a half years. Those online orders came with higher costs and more calories.
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