The global financial markets are impacted by what’s happening in the world. COVID-19 has accelerated some trends that were already in place, for example a further shift toward e-commerce like Amazon, and created the demand for different ways to continue doing business, think virtual everything. Bring your questions and ideas and let’s chat.
Join The Office for Student Success and The Office for Campus Living and Residential Education every Tuesday from 5:30-6:00pm to learn about various topics that will help you reach your academic goals. Following the workshop, stick around for Study Hall. The room will be open and monitored until 7pm! Can't wait to see you! Learn More and RSVP
Joyce Karam is White House Correspondent for The National and shares her expertise in Middle East affairs by teaching about the Arab-Israeli conflict for the Elliott School. Please join us for a friendly conversation with Prof. Karam about what it takes to become a White House Correspondent, what it's like to be in that role these days, and what the election bodes on the international scene! Learn More and RSVP
Join Community Director Marissa Townsend for a pre-epsiode breakdown about this season's best conspiracy theories, drama and favorite moments of The Bachelorette! Will this season be the first to have two Bachelorettes? Who knows but let's find out together. I can't wait to hear your thoughts about what is going to happen...see you there! Learn More and RSVP
Feeling the effects of Covid-19 and need to incorporate some stress relief to jumpstart your day? Join CLRE Area Coordinator Marcella Wong for an at-home workout as she restarts her journey of incorporating wellness back into her life. The sessions are biweekly on Thursdays at 9:15am for 45-mins with a 10 minutes cool down (stretch and yoga) session. All workouts require no equipment (using your body weight) except a yoga mat (for comfort). All levels are welcome (as I will be starting as a beginner myself) and this will be a judgment-free zone. Learn More and RSVP
Conclude your week by meeting some new friends for a coffee and bagel outing in the DC neighborhood. We'll visit some coffee shops in the local neighborhood and get off campus for a little bit to enjoy the Fall weather. These visits will also include other staff members from the Division for Student Affairs and our Faculty in Residence program to chat about your semester. This event is hosted by Julian Batts, Area Coordinator for CLRE.
Attendees are responsible their own purchases at the coffee shops. Masks or face coverings are required while maintaining social distancing.
Stop buying prepared Middle Eastern dishes. Learn how to make them while discussing vital issues of the day.
In this session, Professor Youmans will teach you how to make FATTOUCH SALAD while giving a lecture about what observers of US politics can learn from the Middle East. Are the two even comparable? What do we see from the histories of polarization, conflict and extremism in both regions? Learn More and RSVP
Shenkman residents: oin us to celebrate the fall weather with s'mores and hot chocolate. This is a great opportunity to get to know your neighbors in Shenkman and share your favorite study tips while enjoying the weather before it gets too chilly outside! This is an RSVP required event so please RSVP via Engage prior to arrival. We hope to see there and as a reminder please adhere to all social distancing guidelines while attending this event.