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RES LIFE

collection bins helped residents make
an impact on students who did not
have sufficient resources. "We'd place
a shopping cart at closing to collect
non-perishable food - that food would,
in turn, go back to the food room that
serviced students in need."

issues), and a career clothing drive.
"We think that the Leadership &
Community Service LLC provides
the opportunity for students to
expand their understanding of what it
means to be civically engaged in the
community, alongside their peers and
with the support of faculty and staff
members," says Sara Kelly, director of
residential life/learning communities.
"This experience challenges students
to step outside their comfort zones
by participating in a diverse group of
service projects in various locations,
including on campus and in the local
and greater Rochester community."
This involvement pays off for the
student as well. According to Kelly,
"Students who participate in the Living
Learning Communities program at The
College at Brockport have higher GPAs
than their non-LLC peers, and they
express a greater sense of community

Residence hall communities
are the perfect spaces to foster a
service-oriented attitude. At the State
University of New York College at
Brockport, 50 first-year students
participate in the award-winning
Leadership & Community Service
Living-Learning Community (LLC)
each year. There is a particular
focus on bettering the on-campus
community, including Erie Canal
clean ups, replanting a butterfly
garden at the Green House (a livinglearning community for first-year
students interested in environmental

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Although participating in
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infuses a sense of civic pride, having
students, faculty, and staff work
together on service projects on their
own campus builds a long lasting
institutional memory and campus
connectedness. According to Goldwater,
"Without volunteers, we can't do
everything that makes our schools
such great places . . . doing service
on campus teaches students useful,
marketable, and transferable skills." 

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Talking Stick - November/December 2015

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Talking Stick - November/December 2015

Talking Stick - November/December 2015
Contents
New Members
Vision
Just In
Calendar
Your ACUHO-I
Transitions
Res Life
Business
Special Focus
Completing the Loop
Perfect Partners
Conversations
First Takes
Around Student Affairs
Snapshot
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - Intro
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - Talking Stick - November/December 2015
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - Cover2
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - 1
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - 2
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - Contents
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - 4
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - 5
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - New Members
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - 7
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - Vision
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - 9
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - Just In
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - 11
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - 12
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - 13
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - 14
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Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - 16
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - 17
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - Calendar
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - 19
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - Your ACUHO-I
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - 21
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - Transitions
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - 23
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - Res Life
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - 25
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - 26
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - 27
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - Business
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - 29
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - 30
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - 31
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - Special Focus
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - 33
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - 34
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - 35
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - Completing the Loop
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Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - Perfect Partners
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Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - Conversations
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Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - First Takes
Talking Stick - November/December 2015 - Around Student Affairs
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