Vera House Wishlist Drive

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Get community service hours and support a local organization. Donation boxes will be outside the Honors office in the atrium of Bowne Hall, 3rd floor from March 21st through March 25th. Wishlist items include: hand sanitizer, disinfecting wipes, paper products, plastic utensils, shampoo & conditioner, soap, deodorant, menstrual products, hair ties, toothbrushes, lotion, toothpaste. Earn…

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Be a Peer Educator

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Be a Peer Educator Peer Educators work in health promotion at the Barnes Center at The Arch and are a group of undergraduate students who provide health and wellness information to the campus community. Peer Educators are held to a high standard in their role and act as liaisons that connect their peers to an…

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Colette-van-Olden with the training group

Colette van Olden helped to set up, teach, and breakdown a training with Empower the Girls. The program teaches women to be self-aware and prepared. It goes over the fundamentals of safety and moves in case of attack. “Working in this program, I have not only been able to empower others, but also empower myself,”…

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When You Need Him Most

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Matthew Sala is a Crew Chief, a Driver, and a mentor for new members of Syracuse University Ambulance (SUA). “Volunteering with SUA has profoundly impacted my idea of what it means to engage with the community,” Matthew said. “Providing care for SU/ESF students and faculty in their times of greatest need has shown me how…

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Community Building


Last year Brianna Hui ’22 was a resident advisor in Dall Hall. It was her job to ensure the safety and wellbeing of 40+ residents and also to create a community on the floor. “Being an RA is not a clock in and out situation,” according to Brianna. “Students can need me for help anytime.…

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