Geek Art Confluence Needs Volunteers

Geek Art logo

On 3/27/2022, the 3rd annual Geek/Art CONfluence will take place as a hybrid event at SU and via Zoom. The CONfluence is free and open to all. Details can be found here: https://geekartconfluence.com. We have two main roles for which we will need volunteers, throughout the day: Zoom moderator: Watch over and monitor a Zoom…

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Desert Daze for the Planet

Angelique Bey standing in the desert next to a being in a black suit with the earth for a head

Angelique Bey volunteered over 20 hours with Global Inheritance over one weekend at a music festival called Desert Daze, which is located around 80 miles outside of Los Angeles in Lake Perris. Angelique said, ” I had a great time volunteering because I felt like I was making a difference. Desert Daze music festival is…

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Quilting for Fun and Community

Jenna Merry stands behind geometrical quilt she made

Jenna Merry joined the fall 2021 Quilting for Fun and Community Honors seminar and completed two infant sized quilts which were donated to a refugee families. “I loved putting my sewing skills to work and my crafting-brain to an activity that I could pass on to someone in need,” Jenna said, “and although my work…

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Speech and Debate Coaches

debating cartoon figures

Seeking Applications for two Assistant Speech and Debate Coaches for Spring and Fall 2022. To help support North Side Learning Center’s new speech and debate team, we are seeking undergraduate and graduate applicants with competitive speech and debate experience to work as part-time assistant speech and debate coaches during the 2022 Spring and Fall semesters.…

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Dear Brutus

Jack stands on night time outdoor stage

During the first Covid-19 Lockdown, Jack Poulin (VPA ’23) gathered a group of out of work actors and directed a production of “Dear Brutus” by J. M. Barrie using covid techniques to keep separation that pre-dated the covid protocols theatres use today. The day of the show they raised just under a thousand dollars for…

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Sharing Her Home

3 students at an HASA food event

Arts and Sciences student, Denise Magny ’22 has transitioned from secretary to vice-president and finally to president of the Haitian-American Student Association (HASA). “Through creating many social media campaigns and general body meetings,” Denise said, “I have shared and highlighted the rich culture and history of Haiti while also promoting the importance of diversity and…

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Get Spooky for the Zoo

Come dressed in costume and lend a helping hand at the zoo on themed weekends throughout October: Oct 9 & 10 – Animals October 16 & 17 – Witches & Wizards October 23 & 24 – Super Hero October 30 & 31 – Your favorite costumes! Volunteers are needed to help with a cemetery clue…

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