Friday, April 16, 2010


Dear CU student:

With this in mind, on April 20, 2010, please do not participate in unlawful
activity that devalues the reputation of your university and degree. At the
same time, encourage your fellow Buffs to act with pride and remember who
they really are - part of a dynamic environment of teaching, research,
learning, and service composed of outstanding faculty and proud students and

Be advised that on April 20 the following safety parameters will be

-Obey the instructions of public safety officials at all times in entering
and leaving campus, and act with concern for those around you, discouraging
dangerous behavior of any kind.

-Parking limitations similar to those during CU home football games will be
enforced. Parking on campus will be greatly limited, available only at
meters or for those holding CU parking permits. Traffic barricades will be
set up at Colorado Avenue and Folsom Street and on 18th Street to limit
traffic in the heart of campus. Please observe all parking regulations
within the City of Boulder.

-While police will be present on the Norlin Quad to support crowd safety,
individuals found using marijuana on their way to or from the 420 gathering,
or in other locations on campus, face a citation from CUPD. Likewise, no
alcohol will be permitted on the Norlin Quad or elsewhere on campus, and
intoxicated persons could be taken into custody or escorted to an alcohol
recovery center, or both.

-CU students who violate the alcohol or drug provisions of the CU Code of
Conduct in the ways described above, or in other ways, are also subject to
penalties from CU-Boulder's Office of Judicial Affairs.

At the Norlin Quad, no vending of any merchandise or food will be permitted.
No buying and selling of marijuana will be allowed. No barbecue grills,
structures, slacklines, sporting or game apparatus, or large signs may be

We want to re-emphasize that our intention in this communication is safety.
This is an unsanctioned event on our campus, but regardless, we all desire
it be carried out with no injuries to individuals and no damage to property.
We ask for, and expect, your full cooperation in achieving this important


Philip P. DiStefano, Chancellor
Julie Wong, Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs
Deb Coffin, Dean of Students

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