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The Clothesline Project - Add Your Story

Days: April 11-14 Time: All Day Location: Wheelock Student Center, Piano Lounge

The Clothesline Project is a national effort to educate the public about multiple forms of sexual violence by asking survivors to share their experiences in writing on t-shirts.

BRAVe will hang a clothesline in the Wheelock Piano Lounge throughout the month of April. We will use paper t-shirts so passersby can choose the extent to which they want to engage with these accounts…

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Kilworth Memorial Chapel Open Space

Day: April 11 Time: 3 p.m.–5 p.m. Location: Kilworth Memorial Chapel

Come to connect, read, do homework, craft*, meditate, pray, or reflect at the chapel during our open chapel hours.

*origami paper, watercolors, coloring pages, and more will be available - use there or take home!

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The Dean is In!

Day: April 12 Time: 10 a.m.–11 a.m. Location: Wheelock Student Center, A table in Marshall Hall

You have questions? challenges? comments? We want to listen! Come talk to the Associate Deans and the Chaplain of the Division of Student Affairs weekly. Dave's Office Hour is on Mondays from 10am to 11am. Look for the table and sign in Marshall Hall.

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The Dean is In!

Day: April 13 Time: 3 p.m.–4 p.m. Location: Zoom

You have questions? challenges? comments? We want to listen! Come talk to the Associate Deans and the Chaplain of the Division of Student Affairs weekly. Marta's Office Hour is on Tuesdays and is virtual.

Zoom Meeting ID: 508 629 1790 Passcode: 513908

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ADHD and Autism Support Group

Day: April 13 Time: 5 p.m.–5:45 p.m. Location: Online; password is 123456

Accumulating research suggests that college students with ADHD and/or Autism are potentially inclined to experience greater academic difficulty and/or psychological and emotional problems than other students. To combat these difficulties, the ADHD and Autism Support group is an open support group that will focus on helping students learn about their symptoms and develop coping mechanisms geared towards increasing success. The group also provides a welcoming, supportive environment where students…

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Sunday, April 11
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Inclusive Christian Circle

Day: April 11 Time: 1 p.m.–1:30 p.m. Location: Kilworth Memorial Chapel, In the Sanctuary - please enter by the door facing A/L.

Inclusive Christian Chapel is an in-person, limited-capacity gathering for students, faculty, and staff connected to or interested in Christian spiritual or contemplative practice. Each week will feature a mix of responsive readings, music, silent reflection, and contemplative conversations on a reading from Christian scriptures or other meaningful texts.

The ICC program is…

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Monday, April 12
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On Nourishment and Restoration: Self-Care for Trying Times

Day: April 12 Time: 10:30 a.m.–12 p.m.

When do you feel nourished in real time? Often when we think about self-care, it becomes a chore, a to-do list task. Further, within a capitalist culture, self-care can become transactional: if I do x thing that is good for me, I can reward myself with y thing that is bad for me. Rarely, though, do we attune deeply to gentleness, nurturance, rest, playfulness, and creativity…

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Beyond Health Equity: Feminist Challenges to Population Health Ethics

Day: April 12 Time: 3:30 p.m.–5 p.m. Location: Virtual

Philosophy colloquium talk with Carina Fourie, Program on Ethics, Department of Philosophy, University of Washington.

Frameworks for population health ethics are often insufficient for addressing feminist concerns. What we can learn about the required characteristics for a feminist framework of population health ethics, and why do we need one?

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Eating Disorders 101

Day: April 12 Time: 5 p.m.–6:30 p.m. Location: Zoom ID: 942 0640 6700

An introduction to eating disorders, their causes, and ways to overcome them, presented by the staff of the Emily Program.

Organized by Counseling, Health, and Wellness Services (CHWS) and Bystander Revolution Against Violence (BRAVe).

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A Conversation with Diana Butler Bass

Day: April 12 Time: 5 p.m.–6 p.m. Location: Zoom

"How can you still be a Christian?" This is the most common question award-winning author Diana Butler Bass is asked. It is a question that many people ponder as they wrestle with disappointment and disillusionment in their church and its leadership when they try to fit Jesus into a one-size-fits-all box. But while many Christians have left their churches, they find they cannot…

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Tuesday, April 13