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President, students get into homecoming spirit decorating competition

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Coming around the corner on the fourth floor, students were delighted to see President Dr. Sandra Woodley's

Coming around the corner on the fourth floor, students were delighted to see President Dr. Sandra Woodley's "balloon fest."

Myra Salcedo

Myra Salcedo

Coming around the corner on the fourth floor, students were delighted to see President Dr. Sandra Woodley's "balloon fest."

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The University of Texas of the Permian Basin President Sandra Woodley’s office is generating a buzz for boasting bundles of ballons in a seascape theme. “But, did you see the president’s office?” a student asked others in an elevator. “It’s amazing to walk down the hall!” Sure enough, balloons and seascape present a festive environment, along with a beachcomber sporting a UTPB T-shirts.  Students are decorating office doors and windows all over the campus with homecoming traditional school colors or with a beach theme for a door decorating competition Oct. 9. Send in your decorated office photos to the Mesa Journal News at [email protected] For more Homecoming events check out this calendar.

Grace Mint (left), a junior and nursing major joins Tai McCalister, a senior majoring in education, in decorating the Office of Development on Oct, 6 in traditional colors for Homecoming week Oct. 9-14.

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