Weekly Event Roundup with Campus Living & Residential Education
Happy Sunday! Here's what's happening on-campus, in the residence halls, and virtually this week. Remember to apply for summer housing by 4:00 PM Monday if you plan to stay for the summer and vote in this year's Student Association Elections on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Campus Living & Residential Education

Monday, March 29

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District House: Creating Next Semester's Schedule
Monday, March 29  |  3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Open to District House Residents
Having trouble creating an academic schedule? Join Programming Assistant Kenzie in building your perfect fall 2021 schedule and navigating BanWeb for registration! Learn More and RVSP
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Destress With Pets
Monday, March 29  |  3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Open to All Residents
Studying too hard? Need a break? Come to Square 80 to destress with some pets! Crosby the Corgi and Yuki the Jindo would love nothing more than to help take away your stress with some cuddles. Learn More and RVSP
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How to Engage in Reflective Conversations
Monday, March 29  |  6:00 PM - 6:45 PM
Open to All Residents
Are you a good listener? The art of engaging in reflective conversations involves listening and asking good questions. Join Dr. Jakeman, Associate Professor of Higher Education Administration, to discuss the importance of engaging in reflective conversations with peers, co-workers, and roommates. The session will provide examples of listening and sample questions to ask. Please register to attend. Learn More and RVSP
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GW 101!
Monday, March 29  |  6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Open to All Residents
Is this your first time living at GW? Well you're in luck! Join AC Chelsey every other week to talk about all things GW and DC. Each session will be focused around things that relate specifically to GW and our community. Things to do, places to visit, university traditions, you name it! Learn More and RVSP
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Rooftop Table Talks
Monday, March 29  |  6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Open to 1959 E Street Residents
Join Julian Batts, Community Coordinator, for rooftop conversations on topics suited to help your personal success. Students are welcome to join this space to discuss their challenges together, listen to how others have navigated barriers toward success, and capture insights to help going forward. Topics can include family & loved ones, mental health, academic resources, career/internship exploration, and campus involvement. Learn More and RVSP

Tuesday, March 30

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Culture During Covid: Best of Movies, Books, TV and Music
Tuesday, March 30  |  12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Open to All Residents
It's been a long year, but culture--movies, books, TV and music--has kept us entertained and given us something to talk about besides COVID-19. Let's chat about what we've loved the most. What movies inspired us? What TV shows made us laugh? What music helped us through hard days? Feel free to SHARE your favorite examples. If there's a song that you've loved, let's hear it! Clips from your favorite movies or show? Bring them! Get ready to discuss, to share, and to learn. Learn More and RSVP
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Mother Tongue Film Festival: "HINEKURA" Discussion with Dr. Rule
Tuesday, March 30  |  12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Open to All Residents
Join GW Faculty in Residence, Dr. Elizabeth Rule, for a discussion of "Hinekura." This film is being shown as part of the Smithsonian’s Mother Tongue Film Festival, which highlights Indigenous film. Learn more, watch the trailer, and access the link to the film here: https://mothertongue.si.edu/. As a Māori girl transitions into womanhood, she leaves behind the mischief of childhood for the responsibilities associated with protecting her people. Hinekura follows her ceremonial journey in accepting her role as a warrior and a woman, marked by the internal and external struggles that exist in growing up. Learn More and RSVP
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District House: How To Find Your Academic Niche
Tuesday, March 30  |  2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Open to District House Residents
Are you thinking of switching majors or aren't sure what areas interest you? Join Programming Assistant Kenzie to learn how to discover what topics interest you most and what opportunities are out there for you to explore!
Learn More and RSVP
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Shenkman Hall: Cherry Blossom Walk
Tuesday, March 30  |  3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Open to Shenkman Hall Residents
Take a break out of your day and come join us for a walk around our city! Open to the first 10 people to RSVP on Engage. Learn More and RSVP
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South Hall: Cherry Blossom Walk
Tuesday, March 30  |  4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Open to South Hall Residents
Join South Hall residents in a walk to the Tidal Basin to see the Cherry Blossom Trees as they bloom! Learn More and RSVP
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Success Workshop: Writing Tips-The Good, The Bad & The Helpful
Tuesday, March 30  |  5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Open to All Residents
Join The Office for Student Success and The Office for Campus Living and Residential Education every Tuesday from 5:30-6:10pm to learn about various topics that will help you reach your academic and life goals. Following the workshop, stick around for Study Hall until 7pm. Can't wait to see you! Learn More and RSVP
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Stock market review with Professor Rodney Lake
Tuesday, March 30  |  6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Open to All Residents
What’s going on with the stock market? Will there be inflation? What is Treasury Secretary Yellen saying? How will the fiscal stimulus affect the market? How would an infrastructure deal from the Biden administration impact the market? Let’s discuss. Learn More and RSVP
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Simply Social Supper with Faculty in Residence Dr. Randi Kristensen
Tuesday, March 30  |  7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Open to All Residents
Drop in during dinner time to say hi to Faculty in Residence Dr. Randi Kristensen! Learn More and RSVP

Wednesday, March 31

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Shenkman Hall: Goal Setting Workshop
Wednesday, March 31  |  4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Open to Shenkman Hall Residents

Setting goals starts with listening to individual interests and priorities and helps individuals to build toward a bright future. Learn More and RVSP
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Join Faculty in Residence Dr. Elizabeth Rule, the AT&T Center for Indigenous Politics and Policy, and the Department of Religion for a lecture by Dan Wildcat of Haskell Indian Nations University. In Wildcat's lecture, "In the Presence of the Sacred: One Yuchi's Thoughts on the Beatific Vision of the First Peoples of This Land," he will speak about Native American religion, spirituality, and environmental activism. Learn More and RVSP
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Potomac Movie Night
Wednesday, March 31  |  6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Open to Potomac House Residents

Come watch a movie with fellow Potomac members in the basement. A fun event to unwind and enjoy a good movie. Learn More and RVSP
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South Hall Kahoot Night
Wednesday, March 31  |  7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Open to South Hall Residents

Join other South Hall Residents in playing different themed kahoot and trivia games! Learn More and RVSP

Saturday, April 3

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Potomac Soccer Watch Party
Saturday, April 3  |  12:30 PM - 2:30 PM
Open to Potomac House Residents

Come join fellow Potomac soccer fans in a watch party of the Leicester City vs Manchester City game in the Potomac Basement. Learn More and RSVP
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1959 E Socially-Distant Rooftop Picnic
Saturday, April 3  |  4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Open to 1959 E Street Residents

Join programming assistant Marissa for an outdoor and socially-distant picnic on 1959 E's rooftop! This event is open to the first 5 people who RSVP via engage. All attendees MUST present a "cleared" quarantine badge at the time of the event. Don't forget to bring along your favorite snacks and a blanket/towel to sit on! Learn More and RSVP
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