For your DINformation!
Hungry? Bon Appetit has you covered!
Snatch-a-Snack Food Truck: Poutine Station
Keep an eye out in your residential area on Tuesday, March 23 at 8:30 p.m. No swipe needed!
Milford Mall Tent: Breakfast for Dinner!
Grab your breakfast favorites for dinner on Wednesday, March 31 from 6-8 p.m. at the Milford Mall Tent. Options will include specialty biscuit sandwiches, pancakes with various toppings, fresh berry salad, BACON, and assorted mini quiches.
Virtual Recipe Competition!
Are you a master of the kitchen? Do you feel at home when you’re making food for yourself or other people? Participate in FUSAB’s Virtual Recipe Competition! Make your favorite food, share pictures, and submit your recipe for the chance to win cooking supplies! Check out the event listing on syncDIN for additional details. Submissions must be received by March 21.
While you’re at it, check out the details for FUSAB’s upcoming Virtual How-To Competition, as well!
It’s been a year! We encourage you to take a moment to reflect on the last year and consider thanking someone who has made a positive difference in your life. Reach out to that person on March 23, which marks the one-year anniversary of our shift to remote teaching, learning, and working. Whose day can you brighten with an expression of appreciation? Reach out via e-mail, in person (safely!) or social media to share your gratitude. #thanksFU
How to Break into a Career in Sports
Working in sports (sports!) is a dream job for many people. Join the Malone Center for Career Engagement on Wednesday, March 24 at 7 p.m. to hear from a panel of Furman alumni about their career paths in sports. Students must register in advance to attend, click here for additional information and to register!
Rocket League Tournament
Are you cracked at Rocket League?! On March 27, OSII and Furman E-Sports Club will host an online Rocket League tournament where you can win free Furman swag and glory! Additional details and link to register can be found on syncDIN!
(CLP) Burnout: The Secret to Unlocking the Stress Cycle
We have been lied to our whole lives about what wellness “should” look like. It turns out wellness is not a state of mind, but a state of action. It is the freedom to move through the innate cycles and oscillations of being human. Bestselling author and nationally known health educator Dr. Emily Nagoski will explore the concept of burnout, the science behind the stress response cycle, and help participants critically examine the ways our culture talks about stress and wellness. Sponsored by the Office of Spiritual Life and the Psychology Department, this CLP is scheduled for March 25 at 6:30 p.m. – click here to register!
Alumni Connections for the Class of 2021!
Academic Affairs, the Alumni Association, and the Malone Center for Career Engagement have started the Alumni Connections program to pair members of the senior class with professionals who can answer questions and provide advice as you graduate from Furman. Your level of involvement with your matched professional is dependent upon your needs – you may engage in a one-time interaction or you may choose to develop a continuing relationship. Click here for additional information and to sign up!
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