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Since I will be around for the 8am to 1pm duty shift on Thanksgiving, I thought it might be a good opportunity to bake a couple of batches of cookies for my residents that are still around for the break. Folks can stop by apartment 425 any time between 11am and 1pm to pick up some cookies and engage in discussion on any subject that they like.
Residents will identify various double standards they have witnessed (or can think of) between men and women. I will utilize 10-12 common double standards that apply to males and females. For the male experience of those double standards, I will write them on male shaped cut-out pieces of construction paper. The female experiences will then be written on female shaped cut-out pieces of construc...
Round 2 of the heart to heart discussion between the E2 residents. This discussion will include topics such as race, social difference, any issues are up for discussion. This conversation will improve the relationship of E2 residents have with each other. Before the discussion finishes everyone will write positivity statements about another resident in the hallway.
Path and ASA will be having an RAP Session about the history of PATH, the future, and the importance of having a themed community.
Discussions in the Dark is an event that will help individuals understand the level of which we make assumptions upon other individuals simply based off of an individual's voice and topic of conversation. While getting to meet new individuals, Discussions in the Dark will help defer people from understanding one's desire to make assumptions and stereotypes.
Student organization that engages students in the theme of International & Global Perspectives
Screen 5 different TEDTalks and discuss. Some refreshments will be provided BYO-Cup.Utensils.Plate.
Spent an hour talking to Redwood residents in the Redwood Lounge about my internship with Move to Amend. We discussed corporate personhood and corporate influence in politics and some of them signed petitions with Move to Amend.
Mechanical engineering professor Joe Berk will be in Montecito to talk to anyone who wants to ask questions about engineering. He will also be leading a discussion on the job market for engineers and what will be important to remember when looking for jobs and why its important for us to know it now.
This was a fourfold program that included a discussion on differences between Hispanic and Latino people, salsa lessons, a Dominican jeopardy, and a I'm not Mexican, I'm Puerto Rican discussion. This program was part of the Xicano/Latino Heritage month, and mainly organized by Rafael Matos with the help of different Resident Advisors. Not only did it have different workshops going on in differe...
Black History Month program, Passport to the African Diaspora.Opportunites for great conversations and cultural exchanges. There dialogues led by two Cal Poly professors, poetry from CPP students, African drummer and dancing, and a capoeira performance.