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October 2014 Events

Love your Body Week

October 27 – 31.

Join us in celebrating human diversity and rejecting our culture’s narrow standards of attractiveness.


Flawesome Fest 

October 28th from 4 – 6pm

Cone Ballroom.

Learn what loving your body really means. Enjoy music, nourishing food, chair massage, crafts and more! * Name may change if there is a copyright issue


Burial of Hauntings Cemetery

On display from10/27 – 10/30 on the EUC Lawn.

Symbolically bury the thing that keeps you from loving your body.


Basic CMYKFat Talk Free Zone

will be in full force from 10/27 – 10/30 in the Rec Center.

There will also be a special Love Your Body Exercise Class on 10/29 from 3-4pm in the Rec Center Fitness Studio. Help us put an end to conversations that promote weight/size over health.


AlcoholFunFest2014Alcohol Free Fun Fest 2014

 October 23 from 6:00pm-9:00pm.

Cone Ballroom

This event, sponsored by the Wellness Center with participation from various student groups, features Velcro wall, a DJ, photo booth, inflatable twister game, Zumba and instructional dance sessions, refreshments and more. Join us to show your peers all the different ways they can have fun without alcohol!

Pink_Ribbon_(Transparent)Breast Cancer Awareness

An information table co-sponsored by the Wellness Center and Chi Omega

October 6 through October 8 from 11am – 2pm.

EUC Commons


A Survivor’s Story – Breast Cancer Speaker-

Janet Hendley, who is a UNCG staff member. Hear from a breast cancer survivor

 October 8, 6pm – 8pm

Alexander Room, EUC

Co-sponsored with Chi Omega


These Hands Don’t Hurt

October 15 from 11 am – 2pm

EUC Commons

This event is a violence awareness campaign that is aimed at increasing the awareness and understanding of all forms of violence through education. Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to sign dating pledges, vowing to treat others with respect.


Monument Quilt FlierThe Monument Quilt

October 15, 5pm – 8pm

Cone Ballroom

is a public healing space by and for survivors of rape and abuse, taking place in the Cone Ballroom on October 15, 5pm – 8pm. Survivors are encouraged to register for the workshop at and participate by creating an individual square for the quilt. Sections of the quilt will be witnessed across the United States through a tour, quilt making workshops, and a historic display in our nation’s capitol. Learn more at this important event, sponsored by The Wellness Center, Department of Counseling and Educational Development, and FORCE: Upsetting Rape Culture.


Upcoming Workshops


promotes healthy relationships for UNCG students through an education and advocacy training program. A training is offered October 20, 11:00am – 3:30pm in 015 Gove Student Health. Register at

Edible Wisdom

A nutrition workshop, will begin SERIES #3 on Mondays from 2:00 – 3:00pm (10/20, 10/27, 11/3) in the Student Health Center (Gove 005). Register at

Acupuncture Clinic

October 6 and 27

9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon in Student Health Center

Room 0015. Call 334-5340 to make an appointment.



Help RHA Stop Hunger

posted 20 hours ago by Casey Fletcher

The Residence Hall Association needs YOUR help!
Stop Hunger Now is RHA’s annual event in which student volunteers help package meals for those around the globe who are malnourished and don’t know where their next meal may come from. These meals contain rice, soy, dehydrated vegetables, and a flavoring mix including 21 essential vitamins and minerals.
In order to host this event, we need help raising money to fund the materials. We are reaching out to UNCG and community partners in raising these funds. All of the money donated will go completely to Stop Hunger Now. This event provides students with a volunteer/service opportunity as well as a way to get connected to other students on campus. All the money we are raising is so that we can continue our annual service event to help provide meals to those who aren’t able to provide for themselves.
This event is a collaborative effort among all students who would like to volunteer their time and the purpose is for us to “Do Something Bigger Altogether (#DSBA). We want our students to contribute to an event that is bigger than they are.
We would love to post this link on your social media sites or even sending it out through a listserv. This is the link to donate so you are aware of what it looks like and if you would like to take over from here and send it out yourself that would be wonderful as well: Stop Hunger Now
Also, Here is the link to Stop Hunger Now’s website: 
This event will occur on Friday November 21, 2014 and it will be in conjunction with “Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week,” hosted by the Office of Leadership and Service
Learning (OLSL).