Nevada Men’s Baseball Schedule
Air Force April 2-3
San Diego April 10-11
Texas April 13-14
U of New Mexico April 17-18
Air Force April 24-25
Utah State April 1-2
New Mexico April 10-11
Colorado State April 17-18
Fresno State April 24-25
Nevada Women’s Track Schedule
Mtn. West Challenge April 7
Clay Invitational April 9-10
Rice Twilight April 24
(Home games in bold)
Interesting Fact: The original name for the search engine Google was Backrub. It was renamed Google after the googol, which is the number one followed by 100 zeros.
Interesting Fact: Bats are the only mammal that can actually fly.
Interesting Fact: The platypus doesn’t have a stomach at all: Their esophagus goes straight to their intestines.
Good Luck on Your Final Exams
As the Spring Semester comes to an end, it is time to start focusing on final exams and papers. It is imperative that all of you do well on these undertakings. A quiet study atmosphere is necessary for everyone to do their very best. Please be considerate of the other residents of the College Courtyard and keep noise to a minimum so that everyone can concentrate and succeed.
Message from Phyllis
As many of you know, the University of Nevada continues to increase the parking fees on campus. The University has parking fee increases scheduled every year for the next five years. Fortunately, the residents of the College Courtyard Apartments don’t have to worry about these increases. Our residents enjoy free parking that is close to the campus. Our parking is the equivalent of Silver Permit parking and is a $570 value. With our students, instead of driving round and round looking for a parking space or waiting for a shuttle bus you can have another 20 minutes of precious sleep. That’s a real bonus and another benefit of living at the College Courtyard.
For your safety and the safety of others, please don’t drink and drive. Your futures are too bright to be wasted by a DUI or worse. Get a designated driver, walk or call a taxi but please do not get behind the wheel of a car while under the influence.
Interesting Fact: Polar bears have black skin. And actually, their fur isn’t white—it’s see-through, so it appears white as it reflects light.
Interesting Fact: Tigers’ skin is actually striped, just like their fur. Also, no two fur patterns are alike.
No Hover Boards
Until a safe hover board is manufactured, they are banned from the College Courtyard Apartments. These devices have proved to be dangerous——especially when being charged. Having a hover board in your apartment could lead to eviction.
Interesting Fact: Mosquitoes are the deadliest animal in the world: They kill more people than any other creature, due to the diseases they carry.
The College Courtyard has storage lockers available for rent for only $30 per month. The 4’ by 5’ lockers are located on the second and third floors. These storage lockers are a great place to store skis, bicycles, or camping equipment. See Phyllis for more information.
In this economy, every dollar saved can help pay for books and tuition. That’s why living at the College Courtyard Apartments is the best value for University of Nevada students. We offer free DSL to every bedroom. That free DSL would cost you $540 per year at other apartment complexes or rental houses.
Interesting Fact: The wedding of Princess Diana and Prince Charles was watched by 750 million people worldwide in 1981; sadly, 2.5 billion watched her funeral in 1997.
A vacuum is available for your use. If you wish to borrow our vacuum it can be checked out at the office. Please return the vacuum immediately after use, as other students may need to use it.
The Wiegand Fitness Center is a short walk from the College Courtyard Apartments. This $47 million facility is a great amenity for all University of Nevada students.
Interesting Fact: Psycho was the first movie to show a toilet flushing.
Please be considerate of your neighbors and do not leave your clothes in the washers or dryers unattended after the washing and drying cycle.
Interesting Fact: There are no muscles in your fingers: Their function is controlled by muscles in your palms and arms.
Look Both Ways
It is very
important that all of you be careful when crossing