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  • Writer's pictureKAIT BEDELL, REBECCA OSOWSKI & HANNA BABEK

Winter News Briefs

Take Back the Night encourages support


On Dec. 1, the Title IX and Section 504 Office held the annual Take Back the Night event in de Witt Hall. The event featured survivor stories and was held to bring the community together to support and celebrate survivors and their bravery.


Counselors and a safe space were also provided for survivors and those in attendance that needed support.


Annual fall Connected Learning Symposium


Symposium is set to take place on Tuesday, Dec. 5 at 9:30 a.m. in Winslow and de Witt Hall.


Presentations will cover a variety of connected learning experiences and include capstone and professional experiences, Knowledge Perspective courses, discussions and presentations on culture, language, etiquette, marketing and more.


Midnight Breakfast makes its yearly return


The Student Government Association (SGA) is hosting this semester’s Midnight Breakfast on Dec. 12. Valentine Dining Hall will be open from 10 p.m. through 12 a.m., with SGA members and faculty serving breakfast for students, offering a break before the final exam period begins.


SAAC celebrates its student-athletes


The Student Athletic Advisory Committee is hosting a pasta dinner for all athletes on Friday, Dec. 8 at 5:30 p.m. in de Witt Hall. The event, which is intended to bring the athletics community together, will feature food for athletes as well as an event that will celebrate the winners of the fall food drive in collaboration with Empty Bowls.


During the can drive, the fall teams collected 228 cans while the spring teams collected 288 cans. At the event, the coaches of the winning teams will be dunked in a dunk tank, and students will be able to pay to nominate other students to also get dunked.


Winter Week makes campus festive


Campus Activities Board kicked off Winter Week on Nov. 29 with a Stuff-a-Plush event followed by comedian Adam Grabowsk. They hosted Mystery Bingo in de Witt Hall the next night, and rounded out the week of festivities with the Winter Carnival in Arnow Campus Center on Friday featuring games, crafts, and food. Winter Week concluded with a Midnight Party with DJ Pri Saturday night in collaboration with Black Student Association.


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