Plus: Paper Packages, Couples during COVID, 5K to Aid Food Pantry
Plus: Paper Packages, Couples during COVID, 5K to Aid Food Pantry
Pop-up store features these “favorite things”; keeping relationships healthy through the pandemic; walk or run a route of your choice; and more
Therapy dog during a visit

De-stress Week to Bring Calm, Focus

Therapy dog visits, guided meditation, and more will take place Monday through Friday in this joint effort to help students and faculty members through a difficult time. Highlights include a Counseling Center session on coping with 2020’s stressors and a self-care talk by author and therapist Alexis Williams ’16.
This pop-up store in downtown Indiana will feature laser-cut paper packages designed by students in Sharon Massey and Sean Derry’s 3-D Design classes. It will be open during limited hours from Tuesday through November 28. Proceeds benefit the IUP Student Assistance Fund.
Recognizing an unhealthy relationship, safely leaving that relationship, finding resources for help, and learning how the pandemic plays a role will be covered in this Haven Project discussion Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. via Zoom
The ensemble will present its prerecorded, annual fall recital Thursday at 7:00 p.m. on the Department of Music’s YouTube channel.
Run or walk a 5K at a location of your choice from November 21 to December 1 and help the IUP Food Pantry and Help Center. Register for this virtual event, hosted by the College of Health and Human Services’ Service Committee and the Office of Alumni and Friends.
Former Student Managed Investment Portfolio chief Robert Schwartz ’18, now of First Commonwealth Advisors, addressed Daniel Lawson’s Finance Seminar class via Zoom in October. 
Students walking audit of campus, upcoming Title IX and Protection of Minors training, and notable programs and events by campus partners are included in this issue.
These courses related to the Pan-African Studies program will be offered in spring 2021.
Courses in art history, music history, and theater are available during Winter Session.
Studying: Use a study guide. Try studying with a small group of classmates to prepare for your exams.

—A tip from Academic Success Center peer mentors
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