To uphold the Candy Land theme, I decided to display these “sweet” places to hang out on the UWP campus! Featured places include the Markee Pioneer Student Center, the Textbook Center in Doudna, the Karrmann Library, GWAM (Greenwood Avenue Market), and the Bears Den. These centers are host to good food, areas to hang out with friends or do homework, and are great resources for all students.
You might note our newest board is pac-man because its time to pack man! Read it to know everything about moving out.
Do you know when quiet hours are? Have you forgotten since reading the residence all handbook at the beginning of the year? Well now we have Guy the Shy Guy as the quiet “mask”ot (mascot) of 2E. He informs you of when quiet hours are. Make sure you follow the rules to ensure a more peaceful environment for you and others around.
As you may have noticed last semester, there was a list of riddles in the stalls so you had something to look at while you sit there. They have returned and are updated! These will be updated every few weeks to stay fresh. Enjoy!
With a new year, comes new year resolutions! On this board you can find some of the most common new year resolutions, and how to accomplish them while you are here on campus. Want to eat healthier? There is information on that! Organization? Covered! Just living life, you bet its here. Check it out today.
I put up this bulletin board straight from our residents here on 2East. I distributed note cards and told everyone to write one thing they have learned since coming to college, anything they wanted. Name was not required to be put on the card. I then posted them up here so we can all learn from the knowledge of others. It became a College Pro Tips board. Some good ones were “Studying is NOT optional”, “Always check your email” and some on learning time management!
Now that many of us are moved in here at Melcher Hall, we have been getting out and doing things.
I had many residents that I lead to the Playfair on Saturday night where they had a great time socializing with people from all over campus in a energetic atmosphere.
Today I also lead a group of 5 residents + myself to GWAM for a lunch meal. While there I explained what GWAM was, how meal plans and equivalency works, and socialized over some food from the grill. I even had one resident say “Wow I would have never found out about this place on my own. Thanks for bringing me along.”
If anybody ever has any social events they hear about and want to go to, I encourage you to invite some friends. Or invite me, your RA. I would love to go!