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Student Wellness Advising 01.29.21 Wellness Newsletter

For more information on good mood food that helps support brain function, check out these two articles: brain foods and  good mood foods. Also, check out the “In the Kitchen” section below for a great recipe featuring salmon and an easy breakfast idea featuring blueberries! Ongoing Wellness Activities:  Virtual Drop-in Meditation – Two Offerings: Read more…

Collect2Protect Health Care Heroes Face Mask/Face Shield Drive Going Strong!

March 20: Collect2Protect began with sewing face masks  April 6: starting soon is for face shields   By the numbers as of April 1, 2020   2 Creators:  D23 Stephanie Smith and Nancy Marks Tisch/TUSDM Community Learning Program Coordinator 3 Additional leaders: D21 Elizabeth Colby and D23’s Dallas Huff and Read more…

Calling ALL Volunteers for the National MS Society in Boston!

Volunteer with the National MS Society in Boston! Select an event name, below, to be redirected to the volunteer registration page. Contact matoaka.kipp@nmss.org, 781-693-5113 for more information. Climb to the Top MS: Boston, Saturday March 7, 2020 6:30am-12:30pm @ 200 Clarendon Tower, Boston, MA (Previously the John Hancock Tower) Support Read more…

Mark Your Calendar: 11th Annual District 1 Student Debate & Dental School Challenge!

THE DEBATE: Join us in Harbor Ballroom at the Westin Waterfront Hotel on Saturday, February 1st at 4:30pm for the 11th Annual ASDA District 1 Student Debate. MDS President Dr. Janis Moriarty will welcome attendees, and the Debate will feature multiple rounds of friendly competition between all five District 1 schools plus a pre-dental Read more…

Get involved in Generation Vote!

Generation Vote is a new student-driven nonpartisan organization whose mission is to educate, mobilize and connect young people to be agents of change in local electoral and advocacy campaigns. To accomplish their mission they developed a model of engagement in which students start a team on their campus, use surveys to develop platforms that reflect the interests of local young people and drive turnout based on their ideas. Throughout the process, they train young people with our unique curriculum and offer them mentorship from their team of experienced activists and advisors.

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