It is over till next semester. It was great to have residents to come and watch but sadly all good things come to an end. We will be focusing on other events in the coming weeks so stay tuned!
Go out and explore! In order to stay healthy it is important to step back, relax, and go hang with some friends so we decided to put up a board filled with ways for you to go hanging out with friends and get moving!
Wisconsin is a great state to go to school known. It is known as the dairy state for various reasons so stop by the bulletin board and read a few cheesey facts!
Its amazing what you can do with some cardboard and used printer paper. Arts and crafts is a great way to recycle and I encourage people to discover news ways to decorate your suites with recyclable objects!
A great way to learn is to just see the word. With that in mind I though a word search would not only be a fun activity as you walk by but also a good way to familiarize yourself with the state capitals. Stay tuned for more challenging posters.
Sometime one of the best stress relievers is to relive the easy days. Pick up a crayon and color away! If you have an idea for something different to color just let me know 🙂
Every Sunday night at 8:00 PM is the walking dead in m,y suite 606 so feel free to come on by and watch. Keep your eye out this coming week for a vote on which movie to watch at our upcoming movie night.
This last Friday night of the Friday Night Club held by ours truly, Southwest Hall. With over 60 people playing dodge ball at the same time and 30 playing volleyball it was a great turnout. Keep your eyes open for other great FNCs on campus.
No country is the same. Countries celebrate all sorts of different holidays in different ways so we thought we would show you how different countries celebrate valentines day. Take a stop well waiting for the elevator and read the snippets of text to help expand your knowledge of countries around the world.
Last Sunday night was the United We Stand lecture. An impactful speech from Monti Washington brought the crowd along on a journey and talked about several thing from his own life story to setting our own goals. As a kid who started on the streets, homeless living in parks, the product of a one night stand, and a druggy mother, he told us a heart breaking story. It is important to understand what makes us awesome and to not believe a story that we are told but to make our own story.