Past Events from October 2017

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Trick or Eat

Meal Exchange is a national student-run charity that aims to address issues of hunger in local communities using student-drivensolutions. The Guelph chapter runs four main events each year. The Skip-a-Meal campaign runs each semester and encourages students and faculty to donate cash and meal points to support local organizations.

Adulting 202: Learn by Failing

Failure - it happens. Get the inside scoop on how to make success out of failing. Audience: Second Year Students

Visiting Elders Dan and Mary Lou Smoke

Dan and Mary Lou Smoke are available at the Aboriginal Resource Centre to provide personal consultation, conversation, guidance and mentorship to First Nations, Métis & Inuit students and the campus community. Mary Lou is very knowledgeable about the arts and traditional indigenous knowledge systems. She has been singing traditionally in many sacred ceremonies and lodges throughout North America. She also possesses great wisdom for women's teachings.

Adulting 102: Learning by Failing

Failure - it happens. Get the inside scoop on how to make success out of failing. Audience: First Year Students

Dial Down Academic Stress and Anxiety

What are the most common anxiety escalators? Learn about these, along with proven tips and strategies that you can use to decrease stress and anxiety in this free, one-hour workshop for university students provided by the Stress Management and High Performance Clinic.

Inuit Knowledge Keeper Tauni Sheldon

Tauni Sheldon is available at the Aboriginal Resource Centre to provide personal consultation, conversation, guidance and mentorship to Inuit, First Nations & Métis students and the campus community.

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