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Monday, Sept. 25, 2023 - Friday, Sept. 29, 2023

10 - 11:30 a.m. | DePaolo Hall, Room 1005 | Office of Title IX & Clery Compliance
Get to Know Title IX
How well do you know Title IX? Stop by the Office of Title IX & Clery Compliance to meet the staff as well as score prizes and learn a few fun facts! 

1 – 2 p.m. | Solicitation Table A in front of Randall | Office of Sustainability
Know H2O
Peer Educators will have an Enviroscape that shows the paths of stormwater and how pollution can affect watersheds. We’ll share information about how you can help UNCW collaborate with Heal Our Waterways to mitigate these issues in our community. We will also have information about rip current safety.

11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. | DePaolo Hall, Room 1017 | CARE
How to Help a Friend
Ever had a friend come to you for help with a problem that you didn’t know how to handle? Ever wish you knew exactly the right way to respond? This workshop explores the difficulties, frustrations, pitfalls, and (ultimately) the rewards that come from being a strong ally to a friend-in-need. We’ll use personal stories and interactive activities to discover how to be the best helper you can be.

6:15 - 7:15 p.m. | Outdoor Pool Deck | Department of Campus Recreation
Sunset Yoga on the Pool Deck
Join Campus Recreation for a yoga class centered around relaxation, stress-reduction, and mindfulness -- all critical components of well-being while outside on the pool deck.

10 a.m. - noon | Veterans Hall, Room 1029 | Office of Military Affairs
Pancake Breakfast
Come to the Military Affairs Wing for pancakes, grilled cheese, coffee, and camaraderie! Enjoy getting to know other military-affiliated students, plus the sponsors who help the OMA host this event: campus departments and community organizations.

2 - 3 p.m. | DePaolo Hall, Room 1017 | Information Technology Services
Safety in the Online World
Thanks to the internet and apps, much of the world is conveniently at our fingertips all the time. But ease of access and this constant availability of online resources has resulted in an increase of bad actors, who look to exploit vulnerabilities to gain access to your personal identifiable information and other data. Fortunately, there are some simple things you can do that will dramatically reduce your risk. This session will go over basic steps you can take to ensure that you are secure and following best practices for your online security. Among the topics covered will be securing your devices, selecting secure passwords, preventing phishing and other online scams, keeping your personal information private, performing updates, and using multifactor authentication.

11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. | DePaolo Hall, Room 1017 | CARE
Love me Tinder
Whether you are looking for a friend, a significant other, or a one-time fling, dating apps are a common go-to during busy college life. Come learn about different dating apps and how to navigate them successfully and safely. This presentation covers tips for finding the right person, how to meet up safely, and open communication about expectations. 

7 - 7:45 p.m. | Bay III of the LSRC | Department of Campus Recreation
Functional Fitness for Well-Being
Join Campus Recreation in Bay III for functional fitness. This interval-style workout will lead participants through multi-joint movements that will make activities of daily living more productive and effective. 

10:30 - 11:30 a.m. | DePaolo Hall, Room 1017 | CARE
Family Feud
This is not your parents’ Family Feud! Come and see how well students know their UNCW classmates’ perspectives while having loads of fun and laughs at CARE’s Family Feud knock-off! Using survey results from UNCW’s student body as guidance, we will explore definitions of interpersonal violence and consent, available resources for help as well as how to help a friend in need.