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March 3, 2015

Dear Students:

It never fails. Every Spring Break I get a call from a worried parent who hasn’t been able to reach one of you. After diligent and creative efforts by our Student Affairs team to track you down, it turns out to be a simple case of a dead battery or misplaced cell phone or simply an “I forgot to call” lapse of memory.

I know you can get very busy and involved in your activities and that you are making responsible choices, but many parents are genuinely concerned when they don’t hear from you.

As you get ready to enjoy your well-earned semester break at the end of this week, please do us all a favor—share your plans with your family, provide contact information on how you can be reached, and charge your cell phone!

I also hope to see all the students who obtained tickets for Friday’s Clinton Global Initiative University Opening Plenary Session at the BankUnited Center—a very limited number of tickets are still available. For more information, click here.

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So stay safe, stay in touch, and remember that ’Canes Care for ’Canes.

The Prez