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Community Conversation: Should the HJG Quad be Smoke-Free?
Will a smoking ban at the Harry Jack Gray Center help to avoid scenes like this one in the HJG Quad? Come and discuss the issue at a "Community Conversation" on Thursday.
As part of the University’s Values Initiative, a group of students is working to improve the outdoor space in the Harry Jack Gray Center (HJG) Quad.
As part of this project, the students are exploring the possibility of creating a smoke-free environment in the HJG Quad, and they are holding a “Community Conversation” to get input on this issue.
All members of the University Community are invited to participate in a Community Conversation about launching a pilot program to make the Harry Jack Gray Center a smoke-free environment.
Date: Thursday, April 29
Time: 4:15 to 6 p.m.
Place: Mortensen Library Classroom
Download a flyer for Thursday's Community Conversation.
All opinions are welcome. Please come and be a part of this conversation!