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Virtual Events

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The Office of Student Life is dedicated to providing social, educational and service activities that promote student engagement and learning, cultural awareness and social responsibility. The office emphasizes the importance of respect by creating an environment where students can freely express their opinions and beliefs with good intentions of achieving a common goal.

As we address the COVID 19 challenges in our world, we want to stay connected with you! We want to provide you with opportunity to connect with opportunities and with one another. As a result, please find a list of fantastic virtual resources for you to visit at your leisure located at the bottom of this page. Additionally, in order for us all to connect, we will provide weekly events, activities, and interactive moments virtually, outlined below.



June 1 - 5, 2020 


Meditation Monday (9:00 am) - Start your week off with meditation. Click Here for the video. Join us here.

Movie of the Week It’s Kind of a Funny StoryYou wouldn’t think a movie set in a mental health hospital could be a comedy. However, this well-crafted film tells the story of 16-year-old Craig (Keir Gilchrist) who checks himself into a psychiatric ward because of his depression and suicidal ideation. He ends up staying in the adult unit because the youth wing is under renovation. The hospital is not a scary place and the patients are not portrayed as “mad” or “insane”—it’s a safe place where people struggling are getting help, and using humor as a relief from the serious conditions that brought them there. This Hollywood approach to a psychiatric unit may be more comical than any real-life scenario, but it helps normalize the fact that sometimes people need this level of care.

Library Workshop (2:00 – 2:45 pm):  Cite it Right  Sign up to join a librarian online via Zoom. We will send you the Zoom link before the session. Not sure what a citation is or how to format your research papers in APA or MLA style? Let the Reynolds Librarians show you how! Here’s what we’ll cover: Learn what a citation is and how to identify its parts; learn how to cite a variety of print and online sources in a particular style using various citation tools, learn how to format your paper in MS Word using APA or MLA style.


(We all Have Mental Health) Take a moment to watch this video and pass it to someone you care about.


We have posted several workout videos on our Student Life Virtual Events page. Click one of the links and get your workout on. Summer is here!!

Let’s take the time out of our day to thank all our Essential Workers. If you would like to give a shutout to an essential worker. Send us their name or just a photo of them and we will post them on our Instagram page or post pictures/shot outs and use #jsrcccovid19studlife

Let’s play “Name That Tune”(90s and 2000s Pop music)!  Join us at Noon. 



Our Week in Pictures - Join the Office of Student Life as we chronicle the journey together. Post pictures and videos to your social media account using the hashtag #jsrcccovid19studlife. We will share some of these on the Student Life social media accounts every Thursday.

Movie Discussion/Trivia. Join us at noon.


Have a great weekend. Do something fun, but safe!!

 Today is World Environment Day!! World Environment Day was established by the United Nations and is used to encourage awareness/action for the protection of our environment. Post pictures of yourself taking care of the environment in your own way. Use the #jrscccovid19studlife or #worldenvironmentday2020


 Here are some other options for you to visit at your leisure.

Virtual Museums and Tours

Health and Wellness

Trips and Visits

Concerts and Theatre Arts

  • Meditation Monday (9:00 am) - Start your week off with meditation. Click Here for the video. Join us here.
  • On April 10th, 2006 President George W. Busch announced Jewish American Heritage Month (JAHM), to celebrate Jewish Americans who have helped weave the fabric of American History, culture and society. JAHM recognizes the 360-year history of Jews in America contributions to the U.S while acknowledging the achievements in fields ranging from arts, entertainments, medicine, business, military service and more.
  • Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders have a rich heritage thousands of years old and have both shaped the history of the United States and had their lives dramatically influenced by moments in its history. On March 28, 1979, President Carter issued Proclamation 4650, the first presidential proclamation, for Asian/Pacific American Heritage Week. In 1990, Congress passed a law and requested the President to issue a proclamation which expanded the observance of Asian/Pacific American Heritage Week to a month in May 1990. President George H. W. Bush issued the proclamation on May 7, 1990.
  • Movie of the week “Inside Out” 
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