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Events

  • GrARTitude

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    GrARTitude is an art therapy workshop inspired by NYC based artist and illustrator Mari Andrews. It is themed around gratitude and reflection and it was created as a way for students to find creative ways to express themselves through a variety of different exercises.

  • MeTooMondays

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    #MeToo Mondays is a student-led support group for survivors of sexual harassment, sexual assault, and intimate partner violence. The objective of this program is to use self-expression to reflect on how these experiences shape our lives, and learn how to integrate them in a healthy way, with the encouragement of other survivors’ support and solidarity.

  • Love in the Dark

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    Love in the Dark is a Q&A panel where “sexperts” from the MC community answer students’ anonymous questions about sexual health and relationships. The discussion happens with the lights off and the room is filled with candles.
  • Agitating the Charism

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    Agitating the Charism is a joint venture between Catholic Studies and the LWGRC that highlights the voices and vision of persons working within Catholic and other religious institutions.

  • Slow Burn

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    Slow Burn ignites conversation and community around stress, work, relationships, and burnout. Speakers from across campus -- faculty, students, and administrators -- tell personal stories about how they balance careers, relationships, families, and self-care, and open up about stress, exhaustion, and burnout.