The EMU and the Duck Nest are hosting a Coloring Book Session at the base of the Stadium Stairs by the "O" Desk. We have books and colored pencils. Take a moment to relax! Come join the fun!!
**And take a peek at many of the other GREAT activities that the Duck Nest has to offer in the EMU!
Do you procrastinate? Or could you use some tips on improving your time management? If you answered “yes” to either or both of these questions then this workshop is for you. During this workshop, students will be given a chance to discuss reasons for procrastination and learn tips for time management and procrastination.
A weekly, drop-in class designed to offer you individualized, hands-on instruction in bike maintenance. Do you want to learn how to change a flat, adjust your brakes, or true your wheels? Sign-up and get ready to learn!
Every Monday 1/22- 2/26. Sign-up in the Bike Program in the EMU. $10/session.
See it before it's in Theaters!
Film plot: A group of friends who meet regularly for game nights find themselves trying to solve a murder mystery.
Hosted by the Center for Student Involvement and the Student Activities Board.
link to the movies IMDB page: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2704998/?ref_=nv_sr_4
Take a moment to connect with yourself during this communal meditation circle | Hosted by Arian Mobasser of Oregon Mindfulness (OM)
An open student group of female-identified and non-binary people with a mission of supporting sex positive experiences through open dialogue and self-reflection.
Learn the joy of fixing your own bicycle with professional instruction from Al Hongo and Bike Program student mechanics in our DIY Workspace. This six-session course will teach you to repair and maintain a standard road, mountain, or commuter bike.
$65/six-session course. Sign-up at the Bike Program in the EMU. This course is offered every term from week 3- week 8.
The Be Series is excited to host, in partnership with Fraternity and Sorority Life, UO Student Veteran's Center, UO Accessibility Education Center and Track Town USA, BE Daring with Melissa Stockwell!
At first glance, Melissa Stockwell may appear to be the quintessential Mid-western All-American girl, but she is far more. She is an American war hero who has triumphed over personal tragedy to achieve greatness, World Champion status, and she has dedicated her life to chasing remarkable accomplishments while giving back to others, particularly those who face challenges similar to her own.
In 2002, Melissa graduated from the University of Colorado and was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army. In March 2004, she deployed to Baghdad, Iraq. Just three weeks later, a blast from a roadside bomb struck Melissa’s Humvee causing the loss of her left leg above the knee. After enduring numerous infections and surgeries, Melissa was medically retired from the Army. She is the first female soldier to ever lose a limb in active combat and has been awarded both The Bronze Star Medal and the Purple Heart.
Following her accident, sport became the road to recovery for Melissa. In April of 2008, she became the first Iraqi War Veteran to qualify for the Beijing Paralympics. She competed in three swimming events and was honored by her fellow Team USA athletes to be selected to carry the American flag in the closing ceremony. After Beijing, Melissa turned to the sport of Paratriathlon and is now a three-time World Champion. She was named USA Triathlon’s female Paratriathlete Of The Year for two consecutive years and was twice nominated for an ESPY award.
On September 11, 2016, Melissa raced in honor of her fellow soldiers and their families who had given the ultimate sacrifice serving and protecting America. After a grueling race, the day ended on the podium, draped in the American Flag, as the newly crowned Paralympic Bronze Medalist.
Melissa has shared her remarkable story, and the inspiring insights she has uncovered along the way, to standing ovations across the country for Fortune 500s, military bases, professional organizations, charities, government events and countless schools. Earlier this year she was the breakout star of TEDx Vail 2016.
Sing! Laugh! Eat pizza with your pals in the MIC.
Learn personalized stress mangement techniques and how to identify the signs, symptoms, triggers, and underlying functions of stress. All students welcome to drop-in.