In college, it’s typically a time where people explore more about themselves as well as others… in different ways. I wanted to put up this bulletin for a number of reasons. I wanted to: get some information to you all about the importance of sexual health, how to use a condom, as well as put up some funny condom slogans. With this more, let’s say, touchy topic, it covers some good information and includes handouts of how to use a condom. I hope this information is useful to some of you while it emphasizes the importance of sexual health.
March is Women’s History Month. With that, I have made a bulletin that highlights some historic Women throughout history. Ranging from ancient times, up till Women who are still iconic in today’s world. Plus history is made every day, so there are still women out there who will make some big accomplishments in the future. Take a chance to look and appreciate some major feats done by wonderful women through out history.
Hello all! On March 14th, aka Pi Day, we had another great edition of Pizza with the Profs! We had Daniel O’Brien of the Art Department. Unfortunately our other guest wasn’t able to join us. He talked about how he went to Chicago to study art, how he is a very visual person, and how he enjoys his more simple life. After hearing more about his life and how he lived, it had me appreciate the more simple things in life. Such as how he didn’t have a TV of any kind, that he found entertainment in his art, playing guitar, as well as just being a visual person, such as enjoying baseball games by listening on the radio. WE had residents: Bobby, Austin, Ian, and Kaleb (not pictured) show up to enjoy some za as well as get to know a professor at a more personal level. I hope to see more of you at our next Pizza with the Professors!
Last night the Circle Olympics ensued with dodge ball and basketball. Multiple people from our wing including: Austin, Cole, Joseph, Will, and Derick were all apart of such. The effort that they and other members displayed help seal a victory for Pickard Hall which eventually led to Pickard Hall winning the Circle Olympics! We had a good time there, had a chance to do something that we wouldn’t normally do. In the end, we all were respectful of the game and could walk away knowing we had a good time, and could say good game at the end of it all.
Hello all! There is a new bulletin that is in a different location than other bulletin boards. This one is on the door of the recycling room, which is near the bathroom door. The bulletin is a guide about what you can and can’t recycle on campus. The information covers the usual stuff: paper, cardboard, glass, etc. There is some other information such as why you should recycle, and behind the three R’s. Hopefully this information will be helpful in clearing up some of the gray area that isn’t very clear in recycling.
In case if you haven’t noticed, or figured out what they are yet (it’s okay if you thought they were flowers, a few people have). There are new door decs for our wing! I decided to take a classic thing that many people enjoy and make it into a door dec with a bit more thought of making it 3D. Though the weather for this activity isn’t quite there yet, it’s definitely coming around the corner! I hope you enjoy our new additions to the wing!
Hello all! It’s getting to the time where students and others are looking for: summer work, research opportunities, and internships. I have put up a bulletin board about interview tips to help give you a bit of a head start to rocking that interview! This includes tips in how to prepare, and do well during the interview. Make sure to be ready and utilize resources, such as the Career and Professional Development Office (CPDO) in Ullsvik Hall, to help your prepare. The CPDO can: rent out dress clothes, preform mock interview to prepare, and has lots of other information to help you get that job. Also, if you come and tell me if you are a tie or bow tie person, I will give you a small reward! I hope this helps!