UHS Gets Ready to Surpass Expectations on April 8 with “Eclipse” Event

As a journalist, I would rewrite the article to make it more engaging and informative. Here is my version:

On April 8, at 3:00 p.m., the University Health Service will be closing its office for one hour to allow staff members to experience the thrill of the 2024 Solar Eclipse. Dr. Ethan Beaudett, our Medical Chief, will be on standby during this time to handle any urgent calls received by our answering service.

While we encourage everyone to take a moment out of their busy schedules to witness this once-in-a-lifetime event, it’s important not to do so at the expense of your vision. That’s why we’ve invited Professor James Zavislan, an expert in optics, biomedical engineering, and ophthalmology, to share his insights on eclipse glasses and how they can protect your eyes from harmful solar radiation.

If you need eclipse glasses before the big day, you can obtain up to two pairs with a valid University ID from various locations on River Campus and at the Eastman School of Music. Just remember that safety should always come first when it comes to observing this natural phenomenon – after all, we only get one chance at a total solar eclipse!

By Samantha Johnson

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