On Monday, after our first wing meeting, a few residents stayed to write down their goals for this semester on a piece of paper. They then took that piece of paper and folded it to make a paper flower. We did this to symbolize that, with hard work, time, and help from their peers, their goals will blossom just like their flower. Each resident took their flower back to their room to remind them during hard days this semester to keep working towards their goal and that the end result will be worth it.
We had a great time watching movies, painting our nails, making sugar scrubs, and doing our homework together. Thanks to everyone who came. Hope you all do well on your finals.
We had a great time yesterday listening to Dr. Evan Larson talk about trees and how you tell a lot about a tree based on their tree rings. Thanks to everyone who came and sat outside in the windy weather to hear this talk.
I would like to thank all the ladies who came to the murder mystery event last night. It was a lot of fun and everyone was able to test their knowledge on different riddles.
I would like to thank all the women who attended the media and gender discussions we had last night with Dr. Mary Rose Williams. We had a great hour long discussion on how the media portrays gender and ways we can help prevent those gender stereotypes due to how they are portrayed in the media.
Don’t miss out on a very interesting discussion from Dr. Mary Rose Williams about how men and women are portrayed in the media. We will be in the conference room at 4:30pm. There will let be free donuts!
Thanks to all the ladies that came to talk with Chancellor Shields last night. We had a great discussion on multiple school related topics.