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The Wilson Hall loading dock and A-0 Berm will be closed from Oct. 3-8. The south Auditorium horseshoe will be two-way traffic during the closure.

Falling into a black hole is a science fiction favorite. In this video, Don Lincoln tells you what it’s really like, telling the facts and dispelling fiction. (Hint: Avoid it if at all possible.)

C Road east, Pagoda Crossover, and C Road west will be closed on Tuesday, Oct. 4, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m., for the DOE Mile Walk/Run. Access to the FCC overflow parking lot will be available off of B Road.

Please be advised starting Monday, 10/3 and running through to Saturday 10/8, the road/surrounding area between the Wilson Hall loading dock and A0 berm will be closed to vehicular and pedestrian traffic.   The Ramsey Horseshoe traffic pattern will be modified to accommodate two way traffic to maintain access to the WH loading dock.  All pedestrian traffic to & from the A0 parking lot shall be routed through the A0 crossover for the duration of this closure. As always we apologize…

Updated immigration alerts

Updated information is now available on the Visa Office’s immigration alerts webpage. As always, please contact the Visa Office with any questions.

The Eco-Friendly Garden Contest was announced by the Go Green team on Fermilab News at Work on August 15. The community was invited to share stories of their gardens, backyards, even balconies, where the gardener’s creativity was used to make outdoor areas more eco-friendly. Criteria to select the winner(s) included: eco-friendly features and integration of these features into the yards and gardens; aesthetic aspects; importance of re-using, recycling, and using already existing yard resources; diversity in the yard (plants to…

On Oct. 5 at 1 p.m., the Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion will help honor National Hispanic Heritage Month by showcasing the Latinas in STEM Foundation.  Michelle L. Mejia, Latinas in STEM representative, will introduce the foundation and give a presentation on “How we can work together to build a more inclusive STEM future.” The talk will last about 35 minutes, followed by Q&A. To register, click here (Services log-in required). For questions, please contact Anahi Ruiz Beltran (anahirb@fnal.gov)….