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Howdy, Mr. or Ms. Health, and Welcome to the Wiki! You might want to check out the importance of using your RealName, just so we can get to know you (or not: it's your choice, but we're pretty friendly here). My name's Evan Edwards, pleased to meet you! It's probably not a good idea to edit with a group name: not only does it make you less approachable, you're probably not the only person who can speak for the group — in ten years, will you still be the only person involved in the group? (For that matter, are you the only person involved in the group right now?) It's up to you, but most people introduce themselves and edit on the wiki with their name and list their affiliations on their user entry (this entry). At the very least it would be odd seeing a lost dog listing for "HEPSexualHealth" or see 'the organization' leave a note about a restaurant. :) Along the same lines, the reason I removed the "new" notice about the Google Maps (which is cool, by the way!) is that such notices tend to persist... if you poke around, you can find entries touting "new" things from organizations that ceased to exist a couple years ago. Again, it's up to you, but that's why I reworded it as a more "here's what they have" sentence, which will still read correctly a year from now. Thanks for all the work you've been doing on the entries! —Evan 'JabberWokky' Edwards

2008-10-24 12:25:19   Hey, are the condoms and such from the Love Lab only available to UCD students? You might want to mention on the entry who they are available to. —JabberWokky

2009-04-21 14:03:45   Hey, can you email or call me? I have a question regarding a Love Lab activity. —Evan 'JabberWokky' Edwards, (814) 889-8845

2010-05-06 00:44:54   Hello whoever you are! I imagine your now based out of the new Student Health and Wellness Center. Would you mind helping us make its wiki page as accurate as possible ie: what services are now located in the building, etc... —ARWENNHOLD