Labor Day Message from President Robinson and SGA President McClinton


Labor Day weekend is upon us and we know you are ready to enjoy a few days away from class. As the leaders of the University and the Student Government Association, we have both been very impressed with how you are embracing the “new normal” and adhering to COVID-19 health precautions, recognizing them as central to our success as a University.

A rich campus life is one of the most important aspects of the college experience. During the holiday weekend we hope you will relax, unwind on campus, catch up or get ahead of your coursework and make it a point to get out and enjoy the activities being offered at the Efferson Student Union.

Here is a list of activities and services this weekend:

  • Friday- September 4th
    Galimore Lanes – Bowling & Billiards 5 p.m. – 9 p.m.
  • Saturday- September 5th
    Virtual Wellness Series – iStrike for link – 11 a.m.
    Galimore Lanes – Bowling & Billiards 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.
  • Sunday- September 6th
    Galimore Lanes – Bowling & Billiards 1 p.m. – 6 p.m.
    Virtual Rattler Hunt – iStrike for link– 4 p.m.

These events are designed to provide you with fun, friendship and relaxation. Some additional activities that may interest you are:

  • Make an appointment to work out in the Hansel Tookes Recreation Center
  • Visit Wakulla Springs for a nature trail walk or ride
  • Explore the Lighthouse at St. Marks
  • Take a walk in Cascades Park or along the St. Marks trailway
  • Grab a friend and get a cup of coffee in Railroad Square

Most importantly this weekend, please take good care of yourself by acting responsibly and considerately, and avoiding situations where social distancing is not being followed.

We look forward to seeing you back in class on Tuesday, September 8, refreshed and ready to go.

Thank you for recognizing our collective responsibility to “Protect the FAMULY!”

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