Watermelon Door Decs


I thought that watermelon door decs would be the way to go, since we are heading towards the summer; I know that many people love to eat fruit on hot days. Fun fact that my residents should know that watermelons are mostly water. Each juicy bite has significant levels of vitamins A, B6 and C, lots of lycopene, antioxidants and amino acids. There’s even a modest amount of potassium. #Health


Autism Speaks…Its time to Listen


Jason Roth and I, made a board about Autism to make it known that is it the month that we honor people who suffer from Autism. We listed facts and tips on Autism. My residents can realize what people with autism have to go through on a day-to-day basis. We even have a pen, for people who have suggestions for people who suffer from autism. #Emotional

Wings and Things!


Had an eventful night with some of the residents; eating wings and watching The Accountant, the residents got a sense of what it is like living with a person with a disability, and also realized that autistic people are truly smart human beings. We watched “The Accountant,” in honor our Autism Awareness Month. #Diversity/Inclusion

Sexual Assault Board


Stating facts about sexual assault and rape experience on campuses, my residents can understand how serious and critical it is how many men and women are sexually assaulted on campuses every year. #Knowledge

Get Out, Do More!


My “Get Out, Do More!” wall post consist of many activities that residents can do sine the weather is clearing up. Go out and see a movie, hike the “M,” or go and get BerryYo. I even posted two maps, so they will know exactly where they’re going. #APlaceToBelong

Pizza and Mario Kart Night


On March 15, 2018, Morgan Talbot, Zach Cunningham, and I presented a pizza and Mario kart night for our residents. The residents gained a sense of character and most were pretty shy at first, but become interactive at the end of the night just by enjoying a game of Mario Kart and eating pizza. #IdentityDevelopment