THE BAKERY DISTRICT: The fi rst fl oor of former Shipley Baking building has been transformed into a hip meeting place, retail and dining space, and indoor and outdoor seating area. UAFS plans to develop space upstairs for learning and non-credit training by fall 2021.
REFUGE: Counselors in the Pendergraft Health Sciences Center are treating students through video chats or phone calls this semester.
LION PRIDE: Student Government representatives and members of the University leadership team cut a ceremonial ribbon at the official opening of the Dave Stevens Lion Pride Pantry.
London Booth joins other students in the creation of “Forward Lions,” a mural on the Alumni Center on Waldron Road. 
NEW LIONS: COVID couldn’t stop Cub Camp. Here members of the Blue Camp take fi rst-year students on a campus tour.
MOVE-IN: Chancellor Terisa Riley had been on campus for just a month when she helped new students move into the dorms.
MEETING NEEDS: The Wellness Stand  is a collaboration be- tween the LionHeart  volunteer program and the RAWC to provide students with a midday boost.
GP is committed to growing local talent and keeping that talent in the River Valley area.