PICK UP YOUR BOOK NOW - Book Discussion: How To Be An Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi

PICK UP YOUR BOOK TODAY!

BOOK DISCUSSION: How To Be An Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi

WEDNESDAY, JULY 28 @ 12:30 P.M.

 

Join us this summer as we read and discuss this 2019 New York Times bestseller. Books can be picked up starting June 1 on each campus (see below) and we will host a candid discussion in July.

CF students: To get your FREE copy of the book to participate in this discussion, contact:

Citrus Campus: email Sonya Warden at wardens@cf.edu

Levy Campus: email Kat Davis at davisk@cf.edu

Ocala Campus: email Marjorie McGee at mcgeem@cf.edu

Books are limited to the first 60 students.

Join us on July 28 @ 12:30 p.m.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

GAME NIGHT: AFRICAN-AMERICAN MUSIC APPRECIATION MONTH BINGO - TUESDAY, JUNE 15 @ 6 P.M.

AFRICAN-AMERICAN MUSIC APPRECIATION MONTH BINGO
TUESDAY, JUNE 15 @ 6 P.M.
 
n celebration of African-American Music Appreciation Month, play our Music BINGO featuring the top African-American artist in music throughout time. We will play a snippet of a song and you'll guess the name of the song and mark it on your virtual BINGO card. The first person to meet the qualifiers and yell out “BINGO!” wins! A link to the BINGO card will be provided when you log into Zoom. Hosted by our partners at the Appleton Museum of Art. There will be prizes for all CF students and staff that join in!
 
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

YOGA NIDRA RELAXATION SESSION - WEDNESDAY, JULY 21 @ 12:30 P.M.

YOGA NIDRA RELAXATION SESSION

WEDNESDAY, JULY 21 @ 12:30 P.M.

Students are invited to join some relaxing yoga facilitated by CF Associate Professor of Communications and Teacher Education, Lori Witkowich.

Yoga Nidra is a transformative guided meditation practice for deep relaxation. It facilitates the release of negative emotions and thought patterns, calms the nervous system, and develops an inner sanctuary of well-being that serves as a base from which you are more able to calmly respond to the circumstances you encounter in your daily life. Simply, relax and let go!

Suggestions for success:
*Be sure to be in a quiet place where you will not be disturbed (silence phones, etc.)
*You can either sit or lie down
*Get supremely comfortable (perhaps a blanket, eye pillow, etc.)
*Relax
*Enjoy!

Join Yoga here!

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM - FREE RESOURCES

FREE for students – Baycare Student Assistance Program

 

Check out the link below to explore the free resources that are available through our partnership through Baycare and the Student Assistance Program. You will find everything from webinars to recipes to tips for living a healthier life. Some areas require that you create an account, simply follow the prompts on your screen. All this is free for you as a CF student.

Click here to check out the resources!

STAY CONNECTED!!!!!

The Office of Student Life fosters the social, physical and educational well-being of students by providing opportunities and experiences for engagement on campus and in the community. Student engagement is accomplished by:

 
     • Providing resources and support for individual development as well as for student clubs and organizations
     • Fostering leadership development opportunities for students

     • Providing opportunities for student and faculty interaction through co-curricular events and services

 

The Office of Student Life fosters the social, physical and educational well-being of students by providing opportunities and experiences for engagement on campus and in the community. Student engagement is accomplished by:
     • Providing resources and support for individual development as well as for student clubs and organizations
     • Fostering leadership development opportunities for students
     • Providing opportunities for student and faculty interaction through co-curricular events and services