I just finished my orientation at URI and I have to say it was much better than I could ever had expected. I had a lot of fun due to my Orientation Leader @kaela_bergeron she really made this worth it. I met some amazing people and I’m truly excited for this coming year. Sharing my story of coming out and accepting myself and my sexuality at the seminar about diversity, resulted in a lot of love and acceptance. I really can’t wait to come here in the fall.
Hometown: Yountville, CA
Favorite thing about WU: The physics hearth and it's community. I spend all my time on campus there, and there are always welcoming people there.
Animal that best describes your personality: Shiba Inu, balancing independence and connections with friends.
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Summer Orientation is off to a great start! Today, we started with sharing our cultures with each other and talking about American stereotypes! You can find all of the finished culture sharing posters in the IP lobby all quarter long! #cascadiaip#orientation#kodiaks
Thank You to our 2 brothers that attended Orientation for incoming freshman and spreading the Good word and integrity that all Alpha Chi Rho Men practice. Can’t wait to meet some more future Crows!! #AXP#orientation#thomasjeffersonuniversity
Who had Nic as their OL? If you want to learn more about her, read her bio below!
I am Nic Robinson a junior biology major graduating in the fall of 2019. I am a resident assistant on campus and enjoy attending campus events. I love talking to people and building connections. You’ll normally find me wandering around Jepson science center or in the UC.
We are happy to welcome our June newly hired therapists to the family!👋💙🌞 Jackie Davis, LAC is a therapist who graduated from University of Central Arkansas where she received her Masters in Counseling and Pyschology. Cyndi Sewell, LAC is a therapist who graduated from Walden University where she received her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Heather Gould, LAC is a therapist who graduated from Harding University where she received her Specialist in Education in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
We are glad to have them on board! All three therapists will be working out of our Jacksonville clinic.
Ready to meet the last three OLs? Today we are starting off with Piper! Read her bio below!
My name is Piper Giannini. I am from Amherst, Virginia. Here on campus, I am very involved. I am in the American Sign Language club, Talk to the Hands. I am President of the Honors Student Advisory Council. I am a member of the First in Family Club. I am on Community Council. I work at the UMW Bookstore and at the Writing Center. I am so glad I chose UMW because it is an awesome school!
Meet Dylan Gilligan, the new RA for the Science Residential Learning Community (RLC). Dylan is a rising sophomore Biology major who works in Dr. Nelson’s lab studying C. elegans. He also loves snowboarding in his free time.
If living in the science RLC sounds like your perfect fit, then be sure to reach out to @sju_reslife to learn how to apply for housing.
Be sure to follow @sjubiology for more updates and info about science opportunities on campus. #sjubio#classof2023#orientation#newbeginnings@sjuadmissions@saintjosephs
So far 9 have accepted the challenge for the “Million Stepz Challenge Reloaded”! Woohoo! If you’re interested, it’s not too late to put your hat in the ring. Let us know by this Thursday 6/27/19 by 5p to ensure you receive your MSC Reloaded shirt and goodie bag by our Kick Off/Day One - Monday 7/1! “It’s Better Together” 🏃🏽♀️🏃🏻♀️🏃🏾♀️ #millionstepzchallenge#part2#group2#stepzdancefitnessstudio#orientation