Living Well creates opportunities for accessing information, identifying resources, developing skills, and making healthy choices. We do this through innovative programming, collaborating with and supporting campus partners, and advocating for individual and community health.
Matisyahu has come a long way since 2005 when he released his breakout album, Live at Stubb’s (which reached #1 on the Reggae Albums Chart and #30 on the Billboard 200). Since then he has pushed himself dynamically and creatively, breaking with expectation at every turn and remaking his musical image with nearly every album.
Need help creating your resume? Come to our weekly workshop in the Career + Experience Hub; no RSVP needed. This introductory workshop will provide you with formatting instructions and guidelines on how to write a resume.
Connect, reflect and celebrate the Jewish New Year with UVM Hillel. Services are free for students and meals are only $5. Rosh Hashanah dinner will begin at 5:30pm followed by an Erev Rosh Hashanah Service.
2014 Womyn@Noon Series begins on September 18th and runs through November 20th!
Thursdays at 12pm, here at the Women’s Center.
(34 S. Williams – behind Waterman)
Hot tea and fresh cookies will be served! Bring your lunch and your friends.
For accommodations or with questions, please reply to: Maria.Teixeira@uvm.edu
All are welcome!
“Fostering a Reciprocal Relationship with Nature”
Fran Weinbaum of Vermont Wilderness Rites
When we learn to listen “with the ears of our heart” we can hear the many voices of nature. How can we foster a relationship based in reciprocity with the natural world that both informs our lives and serves the natural world in return?
Craving a grilled cheese late at your Thursday night study sesh? Well you’re in luck, because FeelGood can deliver one to you! On Thurs, Sept 25th from 7pm-11pm we’ll be running our late night delivery service to satisfy your munchies and help end extreme poverty by 2030. Just call or text us at 802-448-2119 to get delivery or stop by our normal location in the Davis Center tunnel to order in person!
Come contra dance to live music! The Mad Robin Contra Dance is held on the 4th Friday of every month at the First Congregational Church at 38 South Winooski Ave in downtown Burlington.
There’s an introductory lesson for newcomers at 7:45pm, before the dance begins at 8:00. All dances are taught and dancers of all ages and abilities are welcome. Its not necessary to come with a partner. Bring soft-soled shoes, a water-bottle and $5.00 – 10.00 for our sliding-scale entrance fee.
What makes you happy? Come for a ride and show us! Enjoy the slow pace, beautiful views and company of your neighbors as we roll through Burlington on the last Bike Party of the year.
Date: Friday September 26, 2014 rain or shine
When: Meet @ 7:30PM, Ride @ 8:00PM
Where: City Hall Park, Northeast Corner where the Farmer’s Market secure bike parking sets up behind The Whiskey Room
DHOP is an annual event held at Delta Delta Delta Sorority. For $5 you get all the delicious pancakes you can eat, made by our very own deltas! For you carnivorous ones, we have bacon as well! All proceeds will be donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, our national philanthropy.
Come by and support your favorite Tri Deltas and St. Jude! This year DHOP is beach themed, we’ll be playing fun beachy music and it’ll be lots of fun.
The Tri Delta house is located at 143 South Willard St, Burlington.
Want to end your week on a good note?
You are warmly invited to join with other undergrads on Friday
Renew your self: Reflect, Revamp & Restore
Fridays 4 pm @ UHeights S. Multipurpose Rm.
Sept 27, Oct. 17, Nov. 14 & Dec. 5
Using reflection, small group conversation & tea, we will have time
to pause, connect and tend to the beings we are at the center of all
Come once, or monthly. Bring a friend.