Through a series of blog posts, we will be highlighting the many awesome opportunities and programs within Student Affairs dedicated to the student experience. First off, a deeper look into SafeRide, CARE, Religious and Spiritual Life, AccessibleNU and Career Advancement.
From art gallery exhibits to book discussions and election night watch parties, check out the many different events happening across campus over this upcoming week!
Last spring, CAPS introduced Breathe, an online program for students to cope with stress. Breathe has something for anyone, and here Yvonne walks you through some of its meditation exercises.
What’s happening on campus this week? Learn about some of the many fun and educational events being held near you!
Choral anthems and congregational hymns will reverberate throughout the Alice Millar Chapel during the 16th annual Hymnfest. Titled “Praise God from Whom All Blessings Flow,” the Hymnfest will feature a variety of hymns supported by a multitude of instruments and choirs.
While the goofy purple mustaches may get a lot of attention, Movember is an important month dedicated to improving men’s physical and mental health and wellness.
We’re less than two weeks away from family weekend. From a tailgate and football game to a range of cultural and specialized activities, Northwestern’s annual offering of family events is sure to have something for everyone.
Last year, Health Services gave out a record number of 3838 flu vaccinations. This year, they are again offering vaccinations to students on an appointment basis. A quick trip to 633 Emerson St. can prevent losing days, or even weeks, of school and work.
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team won’t be coming to Evanston until this November, but you can catch them at the Wirtz Center through August 5! In the new musical Something in the Game, currently running in the Wirtz Center’s Louis Theatre, the story of legendary Notre Dame football coach Knute Rockne is brought to life on stage.
At Northwestern’s Fifth Annual Student Learning Assessment Conference, staff leaders from numerous departments within the Division of Student Affairs gathered in the Norris University Center. During the conference, they shared posters, presentations, and panels detailing their efforts to research, test, and improve the ways that co-curricular organizations can add to the Northwestern student experience.