Warrior Health Week Schedule

Monday October 29th: Mental Health Monday :

  • Music in the Library (Music Department)

  • Don’t think just color—Library (Student Senate)

  • Button Making from 10am to 3pm—Library (Active Minds)

  • Let’s chalk about it—Gazebo (Resilience)

  • Green Ribbons—Gazebo (Student Athlete Advisory Committee)

  • Pinwheels and Buttons (Student Health and Wellness Advocates)

  • Good Boys for Good Health with Aden (Student Health and Wellness Advocates)

Tuesday October 30th: Spiritual Health Tuesday:

  • Spiritual club fair 12-4pm in East Room (Student Senate and BetterYou)

  • Kung Fu! with Paul Stern

  • Free STI testing from 11am-1pm in the IWC Clinic (Health Services)

Wednesday October 31st:

  • Trick or Treat for Academic Success 1-4pm in Student Activity Center (Krysco Commons) (Student Senate, Resilience)

  • Free STI Testing from 1pm-3pm in the IWC Clinic (Health Services)

Thursday November 1st: Social Health Thursday:

  • Social Club Fair and Giant Yard Games 12-4pm in the Student Activity Center (Krysco Commons) (Student Senate, Resilience)

Friday November 2nd: Environmental Health Friday:

  • Lake Clean Up from 1-3pm—Meet at Gazebo

  • Sugar Loaf Trail Clean Up & Rock Climb up Sugar Loaf  from 12 to 4pm—Meet at the Gazebo (BetterYou)

Saturday November 3rd: All day community tournament bash, interactive booths, and a silent auction.

Community Tournament Layout

Saturday, Nov 3rd

Volleyball (10AM-12PM, 6-8 person team)

Basketball (12PM-2PM, 6-10 person team)

Soccer (2PM-4PM, 6-10 person team)

Bean Bags (4PM-6PM)

Dodgeball (6PM-8PM, 10-15 person team)

Silent Auction Prize Winners (8PM-8:30PM)

The tournament is open to all community members and businesses. Winning teams will be awarded various prizes at the end of each section. Sign up to volunteer, register a team, or join in on any of the days below!

We have all teamed up with the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation for a fundraising campaign. The mission of the Foundation is to alleviate the suffering caused by mental illness by awarding grants that will lead to advances and breakthroughs in scientific research.

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