Events on Campus this Week!

Hello class!

I hope everyone is having a great week so far! There are only a few events on campus this week! If I could recommend one event to go to on campus, it would be the Tunnel of Oppression, based off the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles. They are still looking for volunteers if you are interested.

See you all in class!!!

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Katelynn Crook, TEA

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Events on Campus this Week!

Hello Class!

These are some of the events happening on Campus this week! Do not forget that you need to attend three campus events and post a picture or a write-up that you attended in your blog posts! There are a lot of opportunities to volunteer on campus, which is just another great way to fill out your resume!

Katelynn Crook, TEA

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CI Events Going On This Week!

Hello Univ 349,

As I said in class yesterday, I will be posting the events on WordPress each week, instead of giving a long list of announcements in class! This way we can spend more time doing activities and having awesome discussions! The events are hyperlinked so if you click on them it will direct you to the CI website and give you more information on that particular event.

On a side note Channel Islands Student Housing and Residential Education is hosting the Tunnel of Oppression event.

The Tunnel of Oppression is a campus diversity initiative originally developed at Western Illinois University in 1994, inspired by The Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles. The creators of the Tunnel of Oppression sought to provide participants with an emotionally charged experience that would allow them to briefly experience what oppressed groups have endured/continue to endure in their lives. Through the use of photographs, facts, displays, vignettes, videos, and recordings concepts and forms of oppression are communicated to and interpreted by participants.

After “going through” the Tunnel participants (usually a small group – no more than 15 people) are able to debrief their experience with the facilitators who lead them through the Tunnel. Traditionally to close the debrief participants are asked to consider what actions they will take in their own lives to aid in deconstructing oppression.

If this is something that might interest you, they are looking for volunteers and actors to help with the event. If you are just interested in attending the event is October 28-29th registration is now open. You do not need to register but it helps so that they have enough people to work the event. It is more like an RSVP. If you are looking to get involved e-mail me and I can set you up with the right people. For more information you can visit https://tunnelofoppression.wordpress.com/about-2/

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Have a Wonderful weekend!

Katelynn Crook , TEA

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Time- Management

Hello Class,

I hope everyone had an enjoyable Labor Day Weekend. This week in class I will be covering time-management and how important it is in order to succeed in your academic career. Please take 4 minutes to watch this short youtube video on time-management before Thursday so that we might have a full and hearty discussion.

Best,

Katelynn

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DIG Meetings

Hello everyone!

I hope you all had a good week! I have put together your DIG Meeting schedules which I will post below. Please contact me if there are any problems or concerns or if you know there is a certain DIG Meeting you will not be able to make.

TEA

Katelynn Crook

TEA, Project ALAS/University Experience Program

California State University Channel Islands

Campus Location: PEEP Space – Madera Hall 1901

Phone: (805) 437-8588

 

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