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Varsity Blue

Visit the new Varsity Blue at http://www.umvarsityblue.com!

Movin' On Up

The new Varsity Blue officially open for business at http://www.umvarsityblue.com. This site will remain up, but will not be updated anymore.

I hope y'all will follow us uptown to the new site: Varsity Blue.

For those of you who view the feed, the RSS feed for the new site is available here.


“Movin' On Up”

  1. Blogger Jeff Says:

    Just because i'm curious... why don't you just setup this site to redirect right to the new one?

  2. Blogger Paul Says:

    A few reasons. First, I'm not sure how Google would feel about just hosting a redirect. Also, people would be less likely to update their bookmarks/links. It also seems kind of rude to force the browser to do something that the user may not want. The link is right there, so it's not a ton of searching to find the new site.

    Finally, after you move, don't you head back and drive the old neighborhood once or twice? I don't want to make our roots completely unvisitable.