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You are invited to join us this upcoming Tuesday for the following event:

Join the members of the Women’s Discussion Group (WDG) for a 30-day Meditation Challenge.

Think about enjoying the Spring semester and even the mid-term period and the hectic planning period for the end-of-semester/graduation/transfer with less stress and greater calm.

At our March 8 meeting at 10:00 am in T-107, we will share helpful information about the challenge and how we will recognize all participants.

Imagine starting Spring 2022 and Spring break with a month of calming meditation under your belt. It’s a great way to start the new season and end the old one.

Meditation has been recognized as beneficial in reducing stress, lowering blood pressure, reducing anxiety and aiding in coping with addictions.

Important Note: Be sure to consult with your healthcare provider before undertaking this challenge and note that you are undertaking it at your own risk.

Event: 30 Day Meditation Challenge
Date: Tuesday, March 8, 2022
Time: 10:00 am
Location: T-107
Event Sponsor: Women’s Discussion Group. Co-sponsored by Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society

Submitted by: Irene Byrnes

Irene Byrnes Spring 2022

Spring 2022 Series of lectures, interactive events, and discussions

In an effort to encourage deliberation and debate on important public issues, the Liberal Arts Division will sponsor the following series of events this semester. Events throughout the year will address the College’s academic theme (adopted from the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society), To the Seventh Generation: Inheritance and Legacy, with a particular emphasis on climate change.

Note: These events are open to all students, faculty, staff, and members of the community

The College encourages the free and open expression of ideas in a civil and respectful manner.

View the full schedule here

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