Shower thoughts are philosophical thoughts that are meant to help you look at things from a different perspective. I feel that these and other philosophical thoughts would make an interesting bulletin to expand thinking. On this bulletin, I would also begin the accumulation of stereotypes intended for our upcoming stereotype awareness social.
FREE SUBWAY SANDWICHES. You heard right, citizens. Come and grab a sandwich, but here's the deal - you have to come with an idea/invention and be able to draw it on a napkin. In exchange for your napkin pitch, you will receive delicious food. See you inventors.
In this activity, residents will have the opportunity to learn about their leadership styles and how to work with others who have similar and different leadership styles.
We were just talking about some things that we would like to see in this world. We had some crazy ideas. I wish I could state them all here
For my programs my residents will first come in and talk/ write about what they can remember about the beginning of the year. How they felt about it? what they were thinking? If things turned out the way they imagined and so on. Also they will talk/ write about how they think next year will be. Where they are going to live? If they think a lot of things will happen? and so on. After that we wil...
Bulletin boards will contain easy and fresh food recipes for college students. It is alway good to have a change in options, especially towards the end of the year when meals seem to be the same.
Residents come in to the clubhouse and create their own Frito Pie's.
Using the community meal time to connect over issues the RA and community members will cook a themed meal and after everyone will be invited to watch a movie and encouraged to discuss issues surrounding the topic
We will distribute a survey to residents to ask what kind of event they would like to see in the future. We will give a Monster energy to each person that returns a survey.
Come down to the office by January 15th and fill out a New Year Resolution Card! We will use them to help plan our events for future months to help you reach your goals!
Want to give more this holiday season? Learn some heart-warming ways on how to donate to your local Santa Cruz charity before you go back home for the holidays.
we are going to decorate our own T shirts for this great event.
The PHEs will be interacting with both Gardner and Lincoln residents. They are going to have some games pertaining alcohol awareness. Snacks will also be provided.
Bulletin board to give residents ideas on how to decorate their room with little money involved. It gives them tips on where to find deals, what to look for and some ideas to get started.
This is a passive event in which we will provide cards where people can fill out and give in put as to what kind of events, amenities, movies, games and anything else they want to see here at Hawley.
What is one thing you can do in the next week to make yourself a better person, or the world a better place?
This passive program will give residents same ideas for safe summer fun. (e.g. how to avoid sun burn, safe places to hike, books to enjoy summer reading)
Passive Program with flyers explaining what "Christmas" is, the point of gift-giving, and great, last-minute gift ideas that are within the average college student's budget.
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.
Passive about how to keep your mind sharp and to recognize advertising techniques, manipulative people, etc.