Campus & Community

Learning resolution conflict through Samoan Ifoga

To introduce students to how other cultures resolve conflicts, Michael Ligaliga and students gathered to learn about Ifoga - a Samoan ritual of apology and forgiveness - sponsored by David O McKay Intercultural Peacebuilding on March 14 in McKay Foyer.

Students study and represent different countries at Model United Nations

The campus Human Rights Organization hosted an Model United Nations to debate climate change and global emissions issues.

Video games harmful or helpful? The jury is still out on this one

Video games are men’s guilty (or not so guilty) pleasure, and women’s worst nightmare.
David Richardson, a senior majoring in psychology from Arizona, said, “I used to play video games. Then I got married.”

Off-campus resident assistants are there to help students, build community

Residential Life is starting a new vision for off campus living, said department staff members. Its focus is to meet the concerns of students and to get off-campus students involved with the school and the community.

Disney interns share insights into their experience

Campus representatives for the Disney College Program let potential recruits in on what to expect from the internship opportunities offered in California’s Disneyland and Florida’s Disney World theme parks.

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