At this mental health awareness event, students have the opportunity to make free glitter jars, participate in rock painting & coloring pages, write on the Word of Affirmation banner, receive free food/drinks, and interact with campus partners with mental health resources (The Counseling Center, Student Financial Assistance, and Hilltopper Nutrition).
Thursday, November 16, 1-3 PM, DSU Courtyard/Centennial Mall
Join the MHC Scholars of Color in celebrating food and culture! Sign up to bring a dish that means something to you culturally and enjoy food from other MHC scholars. Make sure to sign up via the short online form by November 10.
Location: The Capitol Arts Center (416 E Main Ave.)
Time: 7:30pm - 9:00pm
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