Tea is very representative of how I identify myself. In this program, attendees will be allowed to decorate their own mugs with designs that relate to their identity while sharing some tea.
Let's learn about identities, diversity, and each other while decorating cookies!
I will buy different things that can be used in a trail mix and will assign various identity components to them. Then I will have my residents construct their own identity out of the different components.
We will make and decorate holiday cookies to express our identity and hopefully bring the house together
Want to simultaneously express yourself through art AND help decorate Prescott Lounge? Color and personalize space-themed coloring sheets to your liking, and get them on display in Prescott Lounge for the year!
The question is, 'Who are you?" The answer is always going to be a lot of things. In this program, my residents will explore, learn, and share who they are as people, individually and within their large and small communities. They are asked to bring a poem, or possibly a song they wrote if it is within the prompt, to perform. This should not just be an open mic; however, it will be a space wher...
come to the study room to eat some macaroni (mac and cheese, pasta salad, etc) and have a discussion about microaggressions
A quarterly series bringing food justice to life in the Colleges Nine and Ten Garden! This quarter, the guest speaker will be Emily Beggs diving into the topic of "Food and Identity."
Residents will help make their own Flags to represent themselves and their hallways which will be used during the Turner Olympics. Dailon will discuss the concept of how individuals identify with their own identities and how they choose to represent themselves.
discussing civil and human rights with snacks.
In this program, we will discuss identities that are most representative of you. Each identity will be assigned a color at random, and then used to dye your shirt with. The most prominent color will be the identity you decide is the most important to you. The colors after are identities you think represent you but not as much as the first. The result will be a shirt that embodies who you are as...
Everyone gets to make their own flag representative of important parts of their identity! We will offer ideas and create a brave space for discussions based on identity (e.g. cultural identity, racial identity, gender identity, etc.) We will provide snacks and root beer floats!
This program caters to identity & intrapersonal development. This is so because with tie-dye shirts me and my fellow RA that I am doing this program with will be making a "color key" information board that signifies the different social aspects that are represented by each color a person puts on their tie-dye shirt. In other words, the tie-dye shirt is symbolic of our intersectionality as each ...
If you're interested in learning how to play Dungeons and Dragons, this is time! Learn how to play the classic tabletop game and learn about identity affects the game-play.
Residents of A3 South hall will decorate cupcakes. The decoration will be based on the identity questions provided. We will reflect on how diverse everyone around us is and celebrate that diversity.
Join us in the Graduate Commons for a variety of board games, in collaboration with the GSC.
How do you identify? How can you express yourself? Let's make buttons that open that conversation.
This program will allow the residents to create buttons in a way that identifies with them. Button making is a media that will allow residents to express themselves in a way they may not have before. These buttons have the potential to be statements pieces that can be conversations starters when ...
A night of identity exploration and learning about your fellow residents.
Residents of House 5 come together and talk about their identities, what makes them who they are, and then sort themselves into a Hogwarts House.
Residents will get a chance to create and decorate their own cultural maps! Through the program, residents are able to reflect on different aspect of their identity and sharing them with their hall mates if they so choose. Residents can choose to keep their maps or have them displayed in the common room!