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Apartment Programming

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 [...]

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Midterm Madness

Boards are due, exams and papers are piling up, and it’s difficult to imagine having the time and energy to serve as a resource for your residents. But never fear, the PRC is here! With relaxation tips for you and your residents as well as super simple programming ideas, the midterm stress is no match [...]

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Programs@Your Fingertips

Welcome back! We’re glad that training went by smoothly, and are excited to see all of the beautiful creations you have worked so hard to create. Although training focuses heavily on bulletin boards, it’s now time to shift gears and focus on programming. The PRC and the PAs are often overlooked resources when it comes [...]

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Programming on a Limited Budget

Your money is a little funny. Not “ha ha” funny, but “where did it all go?” funny. As an eager and ambitious RA, you have been spending it up since late August and now you are left with $40 and two months in the semester. What are you going to do? The standards YOU have [...]

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Hidden Holidays in Fabulous February

What’s happening this Monday, February 14? Clean out Your Computer Day, of course! Or what about Ferris Wheel Day! More noble yet, it’s National Organ Donor Day! …What? None of these answers came to mind? Alright, alright, you and both know that the obvious answer to the question is, of course, Valentine’s Day.  But, as [...]

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De-stress to Impress

Any time you ask someone else for programming ideas, one of the first suggestions you will likely hear is a de-stressing program. And chances are that you have already hosted some form of a de-stressing program. At this point, you may even feel like hosting a de-stressing program is too cliché, or like a cop-out [...]

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Collaborative Programming

So how is programming going for you? Couldn’t be better, right? Your program ideas are phenomenal, the planning process is a breeze, and resident attendance is 100%. Right? Okay, let’s be real. Sometimes, programming can be a struggle. We recognize that it’s possible to get stuck on any stage of the process: brainstorming, planning, or [...]

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Free money!

I don’t know about you, but I have Tribal Fever running in my blood and I like it! The Tribe kicked some major booty this Saturday during the football game (Tribe – 45, VMI – 0).  Did you see our first touchdown early in the first quarter? Webb managed a 64-yard punt return. Everyone in [...]

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Creative Juices

There is something about the cold in the PRC that gets creative juices flowing.  I mean, don’t get me wrong, I would prefer for a warmer environment, but the cold allows me to stay alert. There are so many ideas bouncing around the PRC. If I ever run out of ideas, I take time to [...]

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Balanced Programming

It goes without saying that William & Mary, despite its many wonderful features can be a very stressful place.  Students who feel a lack of balance in their lives often find that too much of their attention is either being focused on being social or obsessing over academics.  However, creating a healthy lifestyle does not [...]

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