Residents are invited to write letters of gratitude to a variety of people. Residents are educated on how to write a proper letter to professors, faculty and even various organizations to express their gratitude.
Residents will have the letters they wrote to themselves at the beginning of the year returned to them, and will reflect upon their growth and goals stated since the beginning of the year.
Art and letter writing supplies will be provided for students to write letters to soldiers. I will send the letters off within a week of the program.
So much has been gained in the age of technology. In the world, we find ourselves thrown into, middle school and high school children are carrying more computing power in the palm of their hands than NASA super computers in the early 1960's. Instead of scrap booking, mothers and fathers upload a life's worth of photos in the click of a button. With all of these developments, surely something ha...
As college students on a budget we can't always donate to organizations that are working directly in Syria or helping refugees but we can donate our energy and time. I am inviting residents to come join me in making postcards for Syrian refugees (which will be delivered through Any Refugee) so that they know the world is here for them and they are not being forgotten.
Students will write letters to active duty members of the military.
In order to promote reflection and personal growth, I will facilitate a program in which residents of the Argo 2 and Argo 3 community will write letters to their future self. In the letter, they will talk about their current state of mind, goals they wish to achieve, how they might achieve those goals, and what they hope for the future. I will also have polaroid pictures for them to enclose in ...
Residents of B Building will get an opportunity to do Valentine's Day crafts and write love letters to themselves, their hall, or their community to decorate the walls of their halls.
Come and write a letter to your local and national government officials to tell them how you would like to represented!
Join the Montecito family and hike to see the best view of campus at the CPP Letters!
Write letters of thanks to your family at home
Isla residents will get in the Halloween spirit by making mummy themed pigs in a blanket and will enjoy halloween snacks as they write letters to their loved ones.
Is there someone you've been meaning to write to? Join RA John Paul for coffee, pie and meaningful correspondence. Write a friend, relative, politician or organization. Materials provided.
A way for residents to be able to write home... the classic way: a hand written letter. This allowed them to freely write about college experiences, etc.
With the quarter/year coming to a close, this program will allow residents to first discuss with the hall, then draw out on a large poster what they want to do/ goals they want to accomplish for the rest of their college career. Following this, letters and envelopes will be provided so that residents can write a note to others in the hall to motivate each other, give any suggestions or methods ...
A study break program where we will make s'mores and write letters to keep us motivated as we get closer to the beginning of spring quarter. Study supplies provided!
Residents will write 3 letters in order to obtain a special treat! The first letter will be to a soldier. The second letter will be to an elderly person. The third letter will be to a hospitalized child. Residents will be able to help make someones day utilizing their kind words! For many of these people, receiving any form of communication makes them feel cared for and connected.
This is a community building program where residents will be able to write letters to home whether it be parents/guardians, friends, relatives, etc. They will be able to bond with their hall and it is an opportunity for the Lothian RHA Senators to step up and take initiative in planning their own program.
Leave your mark on Merrill...Join us for a 2-week long letter writing campaign that will turn into a mural design at Merrill Moat Day 2016.
As residents come to the end of their first year of college, I think it's important that they have a chance to quietly reflect and write a letter to either their future selves or someone they care about.