Come decorate fun shaped cookies as well as work on springing up the Hall. Show yourself through cookies and paper!
Stereotypes are a constant social battle. They are heavily constructed by assumptions and misunderstandings; often resulting in incomplete perceptions of others which build more barriers rather than bridges in a community. "Coloring Outside the Lines" Photo Project is an opportunity for individuals to deconstruct stereotypes by presenting the ways they are stereotyped in society and contrasting...
Residents can reflect about the various aspects that make up their identity and learn about the identities of their floor mates by filling out a poster which states their ability, religion, socio-economic class, race, gender, and ethnicity.
The B3W RA will facilitate a common ground activity where residents have a chance to self-identify with certain statements. The RA will create a comfortable environment in order for residents to feel safe sharing their identities with each other. This program will help residents understand each other and how you can't judge a book by its cover. At the end the RA will debrief with residents.
Residents may make their own Coat of Arms and learn a thing or two about themselves.
Mundo residents come from different backgrounds and experiences; therefore, each are limited and privileged by such. This program will allow us to explore those differences and embrace them. This will be done by having a face on two sides of a sheet. On one side, the Residents will be encouraged to color (and to write words in the blank face) that represent how others see their academic life. O...
This is an interpersonal/identity event in which residents will discuss the nature of identity and how it affects each of us. After a short presentation and conversation that I will be facilitating, residents will be tie-dying as a physical representation of their colorful identities.
There are many ways to express ones self and ones own identity. Tattoos have become a very common way to reclaim ownership of ones body. Come out and get a temporary tattoo of something that expresses your identity!
A social justice program that will last all quarter. It will be a weekly open forum where anyone interested can meet up in the lounge to discuss an assigned topic for the week. I will be mediating, but otherwise it is a pretty open ended program
This will be a program that focuses on how to keep your identity safe on the internet. It will also focus on common ways people get viruses.
Students have a huge desire for fitness this winter quarter, but they are wanting something different. A huge success of a workout program is Ab Ripper X from the P90x series! I want to put a spin on this program however. Not only do I want our bodies to be pushed to the limit, but I want our minds to be pushed to the limit as well. We will be tackling big issues after each workout session such...
Spend time learning about your "element" and what trends can be found among our community.
What better way to relieve the stresses of college than going back to elementary school? At least, playing at recess like we used to in elementary school.
Come enjoy food from LOS PINOS while you find out what these amazing cultural, identity and retention groups are all about: SASU, VSA, MSA, MECHA, E^2, ABSA, ASU, ASA, KASA, KSU, HU, ERCs, BMA, CHALE, CUZIN, CAU, CTU, CSA, FSA, and more!
Like "Secret Santa", but for Valentine's Day. Because not every resident will have a Valentine... residents can spread some good feelings for each other without committing hallcest.
Have an open forum for participants to come together and have a "cypher" in regards to words that are picked out of a hat in relation to world topics.
26th ANNUAL TOMÁS RIVERA CONFERENCE Civic Morality: Community Engagement Through Creative and Scholarly Excellence
A great opportunity to learn about Chicanismo/Latinidad from Professionals and Scholars in the field.
Students will write their New Year resolutions on a poster in the hall way where they can be reminded everyday as they walk to and from class.
This program is to bring light into the word gender and how different people have different thoughts and opinions about what it means. The people that choose to participate will be partnered up and will have conversations about what gender means to them and will be asked several questions in relation to gender. This program is also to advertise the upcoming large scale program, Underground.
Painting gala with fancy music and open mic.