Admitted Students Day is always an exciting time – it makes the returners excited for the coming year or nostalgic for the last four years and, personally, I don’t think you could have come on a better day. Our campus is beautiful all the time but there is something about a spring day that makes [...]
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Look outside: flowers are growing and students are peeping out of their rooms and Swem like the munchkins in the Wizard of Oz, uncertain whether the sunshine is a reality or another cruel joke from the Williamsburg weather gods. It’s April, and while April brings the the possibilities of lounging on the Sunken Gardens or chatting with [...]
Posted in Uncategorized on Mar 30th, 2013 Comments Off
Let’s be real! When your brain is at capacity with the theories and concepts you have memorized for midterms, it is hard to focus on programming. So, here is an idea for an ongoing, month-long program. This program is doubly efficient as it serves as a bulletin board and a program. It does not require [...]
Did you ever have that fear when you were a little kid that noone was going to come to your birthday party? Maybe you feared that even your own parents would forget. That’s how it feels when you put hours of work into a program and then nobody shows- not even your own roommate. And [...]
Do these things: 10. Make a snow angel. 9. Make hot chocolate. 8. Play board games. 7. Have a pajama party. 6. Go to the Blue Talon for free hot chocolate. 5. Go to Bruster’s for a free scoop of ice cream. 4. Work on your favorite coloring book. 3. Host a book club. 2. [...]
After taking a great deal of time to decide what to write about, it hit me, why not blog about ways of expanding your mind: simple steps to thinking outside the box. I feel this blog is definitely applicable to users of the PRC, but in many ways it can be used in the fast [...]
I was talking to Goddess Holly yesterday and we came to a conclusion: everyone should be a kindergartner. Not only are kindergartners cute and surprisingly athletic, they are also consistently creative and happy. Seriously, how many kindergartners do you hear say, “I’m just so stressed out. I’ve got 45 minutes of tracing letters to do [...]
Posted in Uncategorized on Nov 3rd, 2012 Comments Off
In the PRC, we are all about figuring out ways to work smarter, not harder. One of the best ways to do this is by creating interactive boards. Instead of working separately on a board and a program, make a board that serves as a month-long program! How does this work? Let me explain. Critical [...]
All of you are about to flip your calendars to the next month. You’ve probably spent your whole life calling the upcoming month “November.” I’m here to tell you it’s true name is Movember (or at least since 2003).
Election Day is 16 days away! For most students, this will be the first Presidential election in which they are voting. Here is what you should do on Election Day! Scroll to the bottom for Program Ideas!