Remember to study a little bit of your material each day for exams. They can be a stressful time, but if you eat right, get enough sleep, and study a little at a time, you will be successful. Don’t overwork yourself and keep your health in mind. If you are sick and stressed out, you’re more likely to do poorly on an exam and stress yourself out even more. You can also visit your stress supports on campus. Friends are one good support system- you can make a date and study together as a group. Another is the American Intercultural Center. There are many open and friendly people, and if you need to talk to somebody there are Advisors there to guide you. You can also study in the LGBTQ center, which is a quiet and very supportive area on campus. If you find yourself too stressed out to visit any of these areas, why not visit a counselor in the counseling and health center? Simply call them ((920) 465-2380) and make an appointment between 8am and 4:30pm Monday through Friday.
Did you know our campus has an LGBTQ Center on campus? It is a safe space for all students run by friendly interns and Stacie Christian, the current interim Diversity Director. It is a small, quiet space with many friendly and supportive people. You should come and visit! It is located between the Student Government Office and the Christie Theater in the University Union.
Finals are just around the corner! That being said, don’t leave studying until the last minute! If you need assistance in studying for a subject, call the Tutoring and Learning Center (920-465-2958) and make an appointment during the week with them. Their office is located on the first floor of Cofrin Library, around the corner on the left of the gender neutral bathrooms. They are open from 9am until 6pm Monday through Thursday and from 9am until 2pm on Fridays. The Writing Center is also available to students who need help editing papers. You can call the Tutoring and Learning Center to make an appointment as well. The Writing Center is located to the right of the gender neutral bathrooms on the first floor of Cofrin Library.
Next week, the student members of Organizacion Latino Americana (OLA) is holding a weeklong celebration as they commemorate the Mexican Army’s unlikely victory over French forces at the Battle of Pubela on May 5th, 1862. The first event is a panel on Monday, April 25th from 5pm-6pm in the Christie Theater.
“Smile Be KaNisha, M.T Flemming, age 22, of Chilton, died on January 12, 2014 following a short battle with Leukemia. KaNisha was a senior at University of Wisconsin – Green Bay, where she was scheduled to graduate this May. She lit up a room with her warm, tender smile and showed so much love to her family and friends. She went out of her way to cheer people up; the world was a better place because of the living presence of KaNisha.”
This benefit is being held to help financially support her family with funeral costs, medical bills, and any other bills associated with her passing. The Psychology and Human Development departments of UW-Green Bay are putting together a scholarship in KaNisha Flemming’s name, and funds from this benefit will be put toward the scholarship as well.
There will be an Italian dinner, silent auction, and raffle. If you would like to go, the event takes place on May 3rd, 2014 from 3pm-7pm in the Richard Mauthe Center on campus. Adult tickets are $10, student tickets are $7, and tickets for those 12 and under are $5.
Your student involvement, input and opinions is needed. Your voice is very important to me! The open forums for each candidate will be held 11:15-12:00 pm in the American Intercultural Center. The open forums are your chance to ask questions to the candidates and also see who the best person for the position is.
Adrienne Thunder already presented on Wednesday, April 23rd, at 11:15am, but here are the rest of the Diversity Director candidates:
- Friday, April 25: Stacie Christian
- Tuesday, April 29: Carol Bennett
- Thursday, May 1: Justin Mallett
Each candidate’s open forum will be followed by lunch at noon in the Cloud Commons. Ifyou would like to attend lunch as well, please contact Lore Slattery at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each candidate’s resume can be viewed on the AIC website. http://www.uwgb.edu/aic/