Bubbles and More During Stress Relief Week

A collection of bubble wrap is ready to go for next week. Photo Credit: Alex Bender

Bubbles and More During Stress Relief Week
Student Life Hosts Stress Relief Events Next Week

By Alex Bender
Staff Writer

May 2 – 6 at Cambridge campus will be a week filled with stress relief activities to help students, (and maybe even faculty and staff) to deal with the pressure and stress of our upcoming finals week.

Many clubs and organizations will be hosting events to help the campus relax before the end of the semester. Here are a few things students can look forward to:

On Monday, May 2, the Student Senate will be hosting a water balloon fight in the yard near G202. There will also be an event cleverly titled, “Bubbles, Bubbles, Bubbles,” which includes bubble wrap to pop, bubble gum, and blowing bubbles.

A collection of bubble wrap is ready to go for next week. Photo Credit: Alex Bender

A collection of bubble wrap is ready to go for next week. Photo Credit: Alex Bender

Tuesday, May 3 will be the spring picnic at 11 AM and 5 PM with food and drinks for everyone and a free photo booth in the food court.

On Wednesday, May 4, the art club will be doing free screen printing. Bring your own t-shirt and get a design printed on it.

Also on Wednesday is a relaxation event with free massages, reiki, yoga and Zumba throughout the day, hosted by the Student Nursing Association.

Thursday, May 4, there will be a round of “noodle ninja” and the diversity club’s diversity forum. Later that night, Heart’s Ablaze (a Christian-based student club) will host games and movie night.

Friday, May 5, will round things off with a student art show and free popcorn.  DSC01046

In addition to these events, the psychology club will be giving out free teas, candies and other gifts throughout the week.

Remember to take advantage of these opportunities while they’re happening, just don’t forget to study!

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