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Uphold the Garnet & Gold 2016: September 13 — 21

Tuesday, September 13th

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What Does Civility Mean to You?
@UpholdFSU | #Civility

Thank a Professor

4:00pm — 8:00pm, Leach Recreation Center

Wednesday, September 14th

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Do you have a civility coin? Pass it on; Share your story.
@UpholdFSU | #Civility

Market Wednesday

10:00am — 2:00pm, Union Courtyard

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Thank a Professor

10:00am — 2:00pm, Union Courtyard
2:00pm — 6:00pm, Strozier Library

Ask the VP: Dr. Coburn,
VP of Student Affairs

12:00pm — 1:00pm, Union Courtyard

TRUE Sports at FSU vs UF Women's Volleyball

6:00pm, Tully Gymnasium

Thursday, September 15th

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Do you have a civility coin? Pass it on; Share your story.
@UpholdFSU | #Civility

Thank a Professor

11:00am — 3:00pm, Dirac Science Library

Friday, September 16th

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What Does Civility Mean to You?
@UpholdFSU | #Civility

International Coffee Hour

5:00pm — 6:30pm, The GLOBE

Speak Up Open Mic Night

Theme: Disrupt Discrimination
6:30pm, GLOBE Auditorium

Saturday, September 17th

Rez Fest at the FSU Reservation ((Cancelled))

12:00pm — 7:00pm

Official announcement from Campus Recreation

Sunday, September 18th

TRUE Sports at FSU vs Miami Women's Soccer

1:00pm, Seminole Soccer Complex

Connecting the Dots

Green Dot Training
1:00pm — 7:00pm, HWC 3503
RSVP Required

Tuesday, September 20th


Diversity & Inclusion Campaign Launch 11:00am — 2:00pm, Landis Green

Wednesday, September 21st

Market Wednesday

Be Someone's Hero – Stand Up to Hazing
10:00am — 2:00pm, Union Courtyard

Upholding the Garnet & Gold

The Florida State University is a diverse community with a longstanding tradition of respect for the dignity and worth of each person. While we recognize the importance of differing opinions and informed debate for a dynamic learning environment, we also expect each member of our community to embrace the values of civility and ethical conduct and share in the responsibility to promote these values.

Uphold the Garnet and Gold by demonstrating respect for yourself and others, taking responsibility for yourself and those around you, and reflecting the values of Florida State.

What is Uphold the Garnet & Gold?

Uphold the Garnet & Gold is meant to encourage civil behavior on campus and in the larger community. To Uphold the Garnet & Gold is to demonstrate the values of Florida State; good sportsmanship at athletic events, listening to and respecting different opinions, and respecting the values and views of others are just some of the ways you can Uphold the Garnet & Gold!

The Uphold the Garnet & Gold Coins

Uphold the Garnet & Gold CoinTo spread the message of Uphold the Garnet & Gold, several gold coins have been given out to various members of the University community. When these people see someone acting in a way that upholds the values of Florida State, they will give a gold coin to that person. That person in turn will then pass it on to someone else when they do something that upholds the Garnet & Gold. The goal is not to hold on to a coin, but to pass it on, and then do something to receive another one - to "pay it forward."

Sexual Violence Prevention at FSU - knowmore.fsu.edu

Florida State University does not tolerate sexual violence. We continue to actively and aggressively provide institution-wide programs and services to educate our students and university community on responsible conduct, the meaning of consent, how to properly report cases of sexual misconduct, and how to hold individuals accountable for their behavior. The kNOw MORE sexual violence prevention initiative is about action, education, and the continuum of care for our students, faculty, and staff.

For more information and sexual violence prevention resources, visit: knowmore.fsu.edu

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