Diversity

What Is Your Love Language?

The Five Love Languages: How to Express Heartfelt Commitment to Your Mate is a book by Gary Chapman, published in 1995. The book outlines the main five ways that you and your significant other give and receive affection: Words of Affirmation, Quality Time, Receiving Gifts, Acts of Service, and Physical Touch. This test helps individuals discover their personal preferences for receiving love, as well as understand how their significant other prefers to receive it. There are many diverse ways for giving and receiving love and it is different for everybody, which is a super cool part about taking and understanding this test. You can take the test at http://www.5lovelanguages.com/.

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Wand-Making

Toward the end of Halloweek, Watson and I made awesome Harry Potter inspired wands out of chopsticks, hot glue, marbles, and paint. It was a super cool experience to make the wands and also talk to other students, where we found out two of them are from Germany. We talked about wand-making, different cultures, and overall had a great time!

Diversity

A Guide to LBGT

In honor of LGBT History Month, I created a board that can help guide those who are confused as to when they should use the word “gay.” Many people are confused about when to say it, or they use the term in a negative sense. This visual model shows when it is acceptable to say “gay” and when another word should be used instead.

National Coming Out Day is October 11th.

Diversity

Diversity at Hogwarts (and Platteville)

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As a tribute to my favorite book series, I made Hogwarts scarf door decs. However, these Houses represent something deeper than a fictional school of witchcraft and wizardry. Each House represents certain qualities for each student. Even though the students live with their own House, they attend class and spend time with other Houses. The same thing happens here in Platteville. Each and every person is different in their own way, but we all learn and grow together in Melcher Hall and on campus. These scarves represent the diversity of students, but also shows unity among us all.