Welcome to the start of the fall 2014 semester!
It’s the first day of the Fall semester and you’re still figuring out your class schedule, buying books, meeting new friends, reconnecting with old friends, and wondering how the summer went by so fast – take a deep breath. The best way to start off the academic year is with a huge BBQ right in the middle of campus, or what we call “The Quad.” We are going to have tons of hamburgers, hot dogs, veggie burgers, and more but they won’t last forever!
Drew Lynch recently suffered a softball accident paralyzing one of his vocal cords causing him to stutter. In his struggle to fit in Drew, met a comedian who’s had Tourettes his whole life (the twitchy kind), Samuel J. Comroe. Both are subjected to unwanted situations throughout their daily lives. This is the inspirational show people have been waiting for; focusing on how the underdog can reflect a lifelong struggle in a positive and hilarious light. These hilarious comedians with challenges inspire and motivate you to think twice about complaining about YOUR life!
Zen is the practice of radical not doing. With our demanding schedules, always connected digitally and not allowing our mind and bodies rest, Scarlet Raptors are able to learn techniques on living healthier, sleeping better, eating better and reducing stress. Finding this balance will help you succeed personally and academically!
Sample a class:
11:00am Yogi on the Quad
12:20pm Get the Party Started! Zumba on the Quad
3:00pm Tai Chi on the Quad
Join us in the Campus Center as we officially open the Interfaith Meditation Room, located on the Lower Level of the Campus Center. The space was created in response to requests from students and we hope it serves as an important space for quiet prayer, reflection, and spiritual activities. The purpose of the Interfaith Meditation Room is to provide a sanctuary where people of all faiths and religious traditions may retreat for prayer, meditation and spiritual activities.
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