Residents will be able to experience Turkish culture right down the street from our Wabash Building. There will be musical performaces, ethinic food, dances, and vairious educational activities/booths. This event is free and open to the public. Residents will only be required to bring their U-PASS and an open mind to enjoy a day of Turkish living.
Residents follow a guide and track their activities for 30 days. The most active resident will be entered to win a $50 Amazon gift card
Field Trip to GoodWill to get some discount items for the summer.
Watching a documentary on Martin Luther King Jr. and discussing key points. There will be an activity by which those present can engage with the film.
Burn those Thanksgiving calories early! Gain muscle control, flexibility, and balance. Hit the mat and learn Pilates!
Come out and learn to dance salsa
This is a passive designed to educate students about what to do during sophomore year to avoid the common "slump" that many students fall into. This passive shows the root causes of the sophomore slump and how to avoid them using tangible activities.
A display highlighting residents' unique birthplaces and diverse cultures.
College Eight staff will be having a plant potting night , with activities to get educated and inform on college eight theme.
Join us as we go and explore the Seymour Center
A creative way for residents to come together and have fun.
Our objective is for our students to interact with artistic opportunities and to enjoy and evening of fun.
Tired of your hallmate making too much noise at night? Upset that all the showers are taken? Sad that your roommate is spending too much time with their significant other in the hall than you? Well, now you have the opportunity to assassinate those around you in this friendly, non-violent game of Assassins. The goal of the game is to assassin your targets until you're the last one alive. As all...
Quidditch is a new intramural sport here on campus, that one of my residents is a huge advocate for.
My program would include learning the history of the game and then going out the the first game and either watching or participating in.
It will be a night of thrill and scares with the midnight release of Paranormal Activity 4.
We'll go together, as a group on the 11th of October, to buy the tickets ahead of time. On October 18th, we will all head to the theaters, wait in line, and enjoy the film.
Small brochures titled "Dating Safety" will be posted in holders located on both bulletin boards in the hall. "Dating Safety" gives five basic tips on sexual activity while dating.
Information on how to naturally defeat depression and depressive moods via healthy consumption and activities.
All-hall activity in which residents attempt to kill (not literally) one another through various fun methods. We will begin the game following our all-hall meeting.
Kresge students will learn how line dance from an experienced line dancing teacher.
I wanted to give residents the chance to state their views and have a monitored discussion on the big NO NO's of most converstions had with one another : Politics, Religion, Race, Sex, and any others that may be considered Taboo in today's society. Will will discuss why they are Taboo, and look into what feelings people have on the issues at hand.