Category Archives: Programs

Taste of the World

I want to thank everyone who were able to come to our hall’s Taste of the World program tonight! It was an amazing opportunity to experience many different cultures from around the world. I hope you enjoyed the Colombian arepas on first floor, burgers and guac on second, meat pies on third, on fourth, on fifth, and on sixth. Every RA in the building worked so hard to make this program a success for you all.

Bonfire

Thank you to everyone who was able to come down to the space between the community room and the dumpsters to have a small bonfire with the Outdoor Adventure Club and Suite Forum. With finals quickly approaching, it was nice to be able to just hang out with everyone and just relax by the fire and make s’mores. Just a reminder that the suite forum is having a grill out this Sunday at 6:00pm  as a way to finish off our year. I hope to see you all there.

Blankets for Family Advocates

Thank you to everyone who was able to come to suite forum tonight and help us make some blankets for Family Advocates. We made a grand total of 10 blankets to donate to Family Advocates.

Resume Workshop

I hope you all enjoyed the resume vs CV program tonight. We had a member of The Academic and Career Advising Center stop by to give a presentation about resume and cover letter tips. She also talked about when to use a resume versus when a CV is necessary.

Lorax Viewing with Tips

Hey friends, today we got the chance to watch the Lorax and we learned some tips about how to be better to our environment.

The Great Egg Hunt

Rumor has it that there was a bit of bunny related mischief afoot last night. There are 600 eggs littered around Southwest Hall. Many of them are filled with candy while some of them have some facts about recycling. Be on the lookout for a very special egg that is your key to win a prize basket behind our front desk! If you love searching for eggs and playing games, you can join me at Brockert Hall at 5:00pm tonight to participate in their annual Egg Fest.

Life Skills/Hacks

I hope you all learned a little something from tonight’s life skills/hacks program in the lobby. We had RAs talking about many things from Bullet Journaling to Laundry to Tieing a Tie. These skills are all essential in a successful life outside of college.

Gender Revolution Screening

Thank you to everyone who came with me to the viewing of Gender Revolution. It was very insightful to see the different genders that different people identify with. I really hope you all learned something about gender identity that you didn’t know before watching this film.

Stand Up Saturday

I want to give a big thank you to everyone who was able to come to Stand Up Saturday with Pete Lee tonight. It was really fun to be able to relax and enjoy some jokes. It is important to recognize that sometimes all it takes to destress is to leave your room for an hour and a half and have some fun with friends.

Distinguished Lecturer

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.