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Program of the Month

Program of the Month

At present, Program of the Month nominations can be submitted in three distinct categories:  hall program, house program, and sustainability program based around the Resident Assistant Programming Model.  Programs will be evaluated by the committee and winners will be chosen every month.  

Programming ModelEvaluation Rubric

 

 cam

Program of the Semester

Cameron Ballacchino, Igoe Hall
Your Vote Counts

For this program, Cam set up in the lobby of Igoe with voter registration forms and absentee ballot forms. He helped residents register to vote and gave them the chance to fill out the ballot. Cam wanted to make sure that residents know how important it is to vote and made sure they had the chance to do so.

   
maia

April 2016 Hall Program Winner

Cassie Rubin, Hendrix Hall
Mad Chocolate

Cassie provided this program as a way for students to relieve some of that end of semester stress.  Mad Chocolate is a fast paced game where people must put on all the props available then eat chocolate with a knife and fork before someone else rolls a 6.  Her resident's had their share of fun, stress relief, and chocolate.

   
 molly and chabeley

 

April 2016 Community Engagement Program Winner

Molly Mellott, Kasling Hall & Chabeley Rodriguez, Nixon Hall
Flowers for St. Columban's

Chabeley and Molly along with their residents brought flowers and flower pots to the residents of St. Columban's retirement home.  Together they all decorated their flower pots with paint, stickers, and bows, then planted the flowers in them.  The people from St. Columban's were able to take their flowers with them and some of the ones done by Nixon/Kasling residents were donated to other residents of the retirement home.

   
 amanda  

April 2016 Sustainability Program Winner

Amanda Scranton, Hemingway Hall
K-Cup Plants

With April being Earth Month, RAs were challenged with creating sustainable programs.  Amanda's program lived up to that!  Using old K-Cups as planters, Hemingway residents planted flower seeds in the k-cups.  Amanda's program was not only sustainable, but it also gave residents the change to reuse a product that gets them thrown away daily.

   
 

 


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