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Have a favorite recipe? Share it with your colleagues

We’re still accepting entries for the UCOP Culture and Connection in the Kitchen Cookbook. Share how to make your family’s favorite meals or treats.

Jeane Oribello

My new (ab)normal: Jeane Oribello, painter and Schitt’s Creek fan

Jeane has been using her time at home to flex her DIY skills through house-beautification projects.

My new (ab)normal: Melissa Warlick, photographer and birder

A long-aspiring photographer, Melissa has used her time quarantining at home to hone her skills and provide a refuge for local wildlife.

Last call: Share your recipe for culture and connection

Connect with your colleagues over food and fellowship by submitting a recipe for the UCOP Culture and Connection in the Kitchen Cookbook.

Join the Shakespeare Club for “As You Like It”

All aspiring and seasoned thespians are invited to attend a friendly virtual cold reading on Wednesday, October 28 at noon.

Celebrate Multicultural Week with culture and connection in the kitchen

Join colleagues in celebrating our rich, diverse backgrounds through digital storytelling, culinary prowess and delicious traditions.

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Wednesday, Sept. 30: Join the Shakespeare Club for “Richard II”

The UCOP Shakespeare Club meets intermittently to do a cold reading of Shakespeare’s plays — aspiring to boil down all swashbuckling and soliloquizing to one hour. Check it out!

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We want to hear about your “new (ab)normal”!

Life in 2020 has been full of unexpected twists and turns. Take a few minutes to tell us about your experience and we’ll share your story with UCOP colleagues.