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In Brief

The year-end holiday break for 2005 for TBR-approved holidays will be from Saturday, Dec. 24, 2005, through Monday, Jan. 2, 2006. In accordance with a TBR directive, we will not be closed for two weeks as we have in the past, and employees will not be required to take annual leave in addition to the paid holidays. However, as the year-end holiday break will be shorter than in prior years, supervisors are asked to exercise maximum flexibility in the voluntary use of annual leave for employees who wish to be off two full weeks in conjunction with the holidays. The year-end holiday break for 2005 for TBR-approved holidays will be from Saturday, Dec. 24, 2005, through Monday, Jan. 2, 2006. In accordance with a TBR directive, we will not be closed for two weeks as we have in the past, and employees will not be required to take annual leave in addition to the paid holidays. However, as the year-end holiday break will be shorter than in prior years, supervisors are asked to exercise maximum flexibility in the voluntary use of annual leave for employees who wish to be off two full weeks in conjunction with the holidays. Whenever possible, all employees who wish to do so should be allowed to schedule annual leave in conjunction with the University holidays during the time between fall commencement (Friday, Dec. 16) and the beginning of the spring semester (Tuesday, Jan. 17).

The campus bookstore will be closed July 1-4.