Hey friends, I hope you all enjoyed the Distinguished Lecturer today. If you were not able to attend, this year’s distinguished lecturer was retired Colonel Eileen Collins. Col. Collins was the first woman to pilot and command an American spacecraft. I hope her story has inspired you all to find what makes you feel happy and accomplished and go for it. Follow your dreams no matter how silly you may think they are.
I hope you all have gotten a chance to see the page on our web page titled “Featured Video”. This week, we are featuring a video about Korean Barbecue from Buzzfeed. If you want to see the video and the rest of the videos from the rest of the semester, go to the page titled “Featured Video”. I hope you learn something about the world.
Hey friends, I hope you all enjoy your new door decs that have a list of safety tips for Spring Break. I hope you all have a fun and safe spring break. Fell free to take the door decs with you wherever you go so you can use it as a reminder of the tips.
Hey, friends! I hope you all have enjoyed the new bulletin board in the elevator bay about safety tips during Spring Break. Spring Break starts this coming weekend, so this board is up just in time so you all can make safe choices whether you travel near or far. Some of the tips are related to alcohol and drug use as well as keeping your skin safe from sunburn. I hope you stay safe and healthy during your vacation.
I hope those of you who were able to come with me to the International Film Festival that was sponsored by the university in conjunction with Avalon Cinema. I personally really liked the movie we went to “May Allah Bless France”. It was very interesting to see the way Regis was able to turn away from a life of crime using French Literature and Sufi Islam. I also found that Dr. Wraugh had a lot of good points during the discussion following the movie.