Activity centered around acknowledgement of the pieces that make up our identity, some of which are the same or different from others in our community. Debriefing about how it feels to step forward in a circle among peers to acknowledge these identities. Builds trust within a community.
For this program, residents from Building B Floor 2 will be able to engage in an identity exploration journey. Residents will take a "true colors" test and they will be able to identify charastrertic traits that they embody. Residents who take the identity test will be rewarded with croissants and other snacks(:
Resident will be able to come and learn how to do a variety of different braids. No long hair? No problem! Yarn, rubber bands, and diagrams will be provided.
I will bring a poster to my end of the year closing meeting to have my residents sign saying what they have loved most about living in Building 8, what they have learned about themselves, and what types of relationships they have made with the people they have lived with this year.
Posters with tips for interviewing for jobs and internships.
Write a letter to yourself describing your goals for the coming year, and what you want to work on to achieve them. This can be in the place of traditional "new year's resolutions", then put this letter away and don't open it until the same time next year and see if you have moved towards accomplishing your goals.
College Ten's Expressive Arts for Social Justice class is hosting a free art show. Come see various mediums of art, live performances and spoken word, while learning about a variety of social justice issues.
The 2nd volume of the Porter-Kresge Zine! Porter and Kresge students submitted poetry, prose, art and more! This zine's theme is "society."
Love is diverse and it's always the time to celebrate it! Bring your friends, partner, or anyone else to the Stevenson Silverman Conference Room to enjoy snacks, crafts, and dialogue about exploring various relationships!
Explore and create a tie-dye shirt as colorful as your own identity! Give-away shirts are limited, so feel free to bring your own and prepare to have a blast!
Students can come make a potted plant by decorating the outside of a water bottle and planting their spirit flowers.
This program is designed to have residents understand how we experience our identities on a day-to-day basis.
Come pick up a red velvet cupcake and find out how you prefer to express yourself!
Residents can make bracelets to express themselves though art.
Watch the Game of Thrones Season 5 Premiere, and see which House you belong in best!
Come out to Karaoke night in the fourth floor lounge and sing a song that speaks to who you are as a person. Music is a powerful form of expression and we want you to come out and share and enjoy the music connects with you.
Creating flags that represent peoples multiple identities.
Come and join in on the floor custom of Harry Potter Fridays! We will watch a great movie, have pizza, fantastic company, and discussion. After the movie we will talk about the series through a social justice lens.
This is an intrapersonal development program that is helping students express themselves and showing them that expression of identity is anything they feel it is, whether its on the spectrum of dancing to painting or off. This program is specifically a hip hop dance workshop put on by the dance team at UCSC called "Haluan".
Late Night program focused on providing a fun and safe alternative to partying on a weekend night. We will be serving pancakes freshly made and provide a variety of toppings and decadent sweets and a variety of things for residents to put on their pancake. The choice of topping will be focused on expressing oneself and encouraging talk about what it means for one to express themselves and to be...