Intense. Funny. Fearless. The Cornell College Department of Theatre and Dance presents Sarah DeLappe’s “The Wolves.” This poignant, hilarious and painful drama follows a soccer team navigating the large and small battles of life.
Directed by guest director Katy Hahn, The Wolves runs one weekend only – December 12th – 14th at 7:30 pm and December 15th at 2:00 pm in Kimmel Theatre. Seating is limited and audiences are strongly urged to reserve their tickets by calling…
(319) 895-4293 or e-mailing email@example.com.
Tickets are $10 for adults, $7 for seniors/students/youth, and free for Cornell College faculty, staff, and students with ID.
Have you been thinking about studying off-campus but not sure where to start or what questions to ask? Please join Anna Butz and Anne Liberko ’20 in our brief information session where we will review all you need to know to study off-campus: deadlines, applications, funding, and more!
11/19/2019 at 3:15:00 PM in Hedges Conference Room
Thinking about study abroad but not sure how to afford it? Stop by to learn about your scholarship and financial aid options at our special event. Speak with representatives from Financial Assistance, The Writing Studio, and Off-Campus Studies to start planning your experience today. This event is open to all Cornell students.
Learn why mental health is important for college students
Visit the Counseling Center’s website for self-assessments and resources.
Want to take a screening and get feedback from a counselor instead of the computer?
Come to Screening Day on Wednesday, October 30, from 11am-12:30pm on the OC, to get information about resources and do some self-screenings or a screening with a counselor to check your gratitude, attitude, mood, food, drinking, thinking, phone use, satisfaction with life, and more – a checkup from the neck up!
Sponsored by the Counseling Center and Health Promotions
? Contact the Counseling Center, 319-895-4292
Concerned About a Friend? Friends supporting each other through both good and bad times is part of mental health wellness. Wondering what you can do to help a friend who may be distressed, depressed, or thinking about suicide?
Click here for information, suggestions and resources and stop by the Info. Table in the TC over lunch on Tuesday, October 22 to learn about Seize the Awkward and more ways you can help a friend. Get coupons you can give to a friend to show you care and are there for them.
The Truman Scholarship is a $30,000 merit-based scholarship available to college juniors who plan to pursue careers in public service. This includes work in education, non-profits, government agencies, and more. Interested students must complete a campus screening process by October 28 to be considered.
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