Valentine’s Day can be stressful for some, especially those who don’t have their own Valentine. To avoid any feelings of disappointment, I left a little surprise for each resident of 2E. Make sure to check your mailboxes!
Known for its origins from the popular TV comedy Parks and Recreation, Galentine’s Day is a celebration for ladies to celebrate Valentine’s Day without the hassle of worrying about dates or gifts. On Tuesday, 2E and 3E celebrated Galentine’s Day with chocolate fondue, lots of treats, punch, and music in the basement. It was a great way to all hang out and relax from the first few weeks of school, and to take the time to “treat yo self.”
Bryn and I teamed up to make a holiday party for the residents to enjoy before the stress of finals week. We had sugar cookies to decorate, Oreos, Chips Ahoy, hot chocolate, candy canes, and more! It was a lot of fun to relax and hang out with friends before we all leave for a few weeks. Best of luck to everybody on their finals, and have a safe and happy Winter Break!
Finals can be a very stressful time, so I decided to decorate the doors with festive holiday door decs to brighten the mood. Be sure to get plenty of rest and study for those finals!
The holidays tend to be a very overwhelming and stressful time, especially if you’re low on cash and ideas for gifts. This board displays ideas for affordable gifts for friends and family, whether for an individual gift or enough for the whole group. So skip the stress this holiday season and check out this board!
We knock, you knock, and you get candy! On Halloween, the Melcher staff went around the building and handed out candy and uplifting quotes in honor of the holiday and classic trick-or-treating (with a twist). We hope we brought a smile to your face, and that you had an awesome Halloween!
During this time of year, sometimes residents feel defeated from homework and missing their friends and families back home. To cheer up the residents, I decided to write everybody a note, Halloween-style. So remember to keep your heads up and “stay boo-tiful!”