May 2, 2016
Greek Life Executive Council Feedback Open Forum
- 8pm in Neumiller Lecture Hall
- Grand Chapter points can be earned if 25% chapter attendance is reached.
- HERE is the link to the Google Form to submit questions/feedback anonymously.
Mandatory IFC Recruitment Chair Meeting
- Immediately following the Open Forum in Neumiller Lecture Hall
- Information regarding bylaw changes and fall recruitment will be discussed.
Wednesday, May 4
- Between 2:00 and 4:00 p.m., stop by Markin Recreation Center in Room 30 for this great event!
- Massage therapists will be giving 5 minute chair massages to all persons attending. Healthy snacks and positive mental health tips about the stresses of finals will be provided.
Grilled Cheese with GPhiB's
- From 8pm-10pm at the GPhiB house on Study Day!
- Take a break from studying and stop by the GPhi house for a $1 grilled cheese! We will also be making deliveries to the Library and Fraternity/Sorority Houses! Support Girls on the Run and eat grilled cheese.
Midnight Munchies with Kappa Delta
- From midnight-2am on the Olin Quad
- Come out to get FREE FOOD from local Peoria restaurants.
Greek of the Week
- Nominate members from any chapter that show great leadership skills and create a positive impact in the Greek Community. Greek of the Week recipients will be awarded a certificate and a t-shirt!
- HERE is a link to the nomination form.
Moving Out? Trash to Treasure wants your stuff!
- Don't throw away that perfectly good futon or unused notebook. Donate it to local charities through Trash to Treasure. Donate small items in residence hall bins starting April 25. Starting on Study Day, May 4, you can bring large items to Markin Performance Court between 11am-3pm. For more information, follow Trash to Treasure - Bradley University on Facebook.
Trash to Treasure Volunteering!
ST. JAMES DROP OFF DAYS
May 9 & 13, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in St. James Apartment Complex Parking Lot D
- Help collect and sort donation items at the drop off site
- Assist with at-home pickup requests
MARKIN DROP OFF DAYS
Sign up here: http://bradleyserve.ivolunteer.com/trashtotreasure
May 4-13, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Markin Performance Court
- Help collect and sort donation items
Questions? Start with your council officers!
- Have a question about recruitment, Greek Week, or anything else?
- Reach out to your council officers - they are masterminds behind all of these awesome events.
- Simply look up the officer you need to get in contact with on the Greek Contact List and they will be sure to help you out, or get you in contact with Nancy Schwartz, Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life if needed.
GOOD LUCK ON FINALS!
Here are some helpful study tips/stress management techniques:
- Great music. What’s that go-to song or album that takes you to your happy place? What’s the music that inspires you? Pack it in your playlist and listen to it often.
- A reminder of your career goal. Provide yourself with a constant reminder why you are studying so hard. Have complete confidence that you will reach your ultimate goal.
- Get SLEEP. Don’t believe the theory that you can pull “all nighters” or even sleep 2-3 hours per night and get good results. Everyone is more stressed when they are tired. Little issues become big ones. Get at least four hours of sleep a night and you’ll be more relaxed. Start studying a day or two earlier if that’s necessary to get some necessary shut eye.
- Manage your caffeine. Caffeine is a great tool during finals — in moderation. Too much will make you jittery and make it difficult for you to concentrate. Don’t knock down Red Bull after Red Bull or a two liter bottle of Mountain Dew in one sitting. Also, stop caffeinating at least a few hours before you try to get some sleep.
- Find a study place away from both friends and classmates. There’s nothing more stressful than when people bother you when you’re trying to study. This is not a social time. Do not do what works for your roommate. Do what works for you. You can be social after finals. Also, classmates who want you to “tutor” them or to borrow your notes are not your primary concern so will drive your stress level higher if you must deal with them.
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