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The College’s Alcohol and Other Drug Services seeks to help students make informed decisions about drug use and coping mechanisms (Photo courtesy of Eric Van Eck).

Beyond ‘Just Say No’: AODS gears up for 4/20

Thinking critically about cannabis can be daunting when friends, family, teachers and the law all have different stances on this common drug. Leading with the principle of harm reduction, the College’s Alcohol and Other Drugs Services (AODS) tries to help students make informed decisions.

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There are simple ways that help you get things out of the fridge and enjoy a nice meal or snack. (Photo courtesy of Flickr/“Fridge” by Sara/April 15, 2006).

Three easy dishes to make with the food in your fridge before spring break

As spring break draws near everyone is excited to go home, see their families or go on unforgettable vacations with their friends, but what about the food left in their fridges? Most people will resign to simply throwing all of it out before they go away or forgetting about the food entirely, but there are easy ways that help you get things out of the fridge and enjoy a nice meal or snack.

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LeaderShape® is a nationally recognized program that challenges participants to explore identity development, inclusive leadership, and the importance of a healthy disregard for the impossible. (Photo courtesy of Avani Rana)

Pursuing the vision: The LeaderShape® Institute’s impact on the College

Over winter break, the College held a four day, campus-based session of the LeaderShape® Institute that engaged selected participants with highly interactive large and small group activities. LeaderShape® is a nationally recognized program that challenges participants to explore identity development, inclusive leadership and the importance of a healthy disregard for the impossible.

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A great way to relax, if the weather is nice, is by sitting outside (Photo courtesy of Catherine Gonzalez/Staff Writer).

How students at the College plan on spending their day off

This Thursday, Feb. 16, professors from the College will be partaking in the Excellence in Teaching and Learning Summit, so undergraduate students will have no classes between 8 a.m. and 4:50 p.m. The Signal interviewed a random sample of undergraduate students at the College to get a feel for what the general student-body will be doing with their free time.

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