Personality Color

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Hey Everyone!

What is your personality Color? To discover your personality color, ask yourself: What is my favorite color?

You answered this question on a sheet I handed out at our last wing meeting. Each door decoration has the color you chose on it and if you didn’t fill it out, I chose a random color.

What does your personality color say about you?

RED – You are action oriented with a deep need for physical fulfillment and to experience life through the five senses.

ORANGE – You have a great need to be with people, to socialize with them, and be accepted and respected as part of a group. You also have a need for challenges in your life, whether it is physical or social challenges.

YELLOW – You have a deep need for logical order in your everyday life and to be able to express your individuality by using your logical mind to inspire and create new ideas.

GREEN – You have a deep need to belong, to love and be loved, and to feel safe and secure. You need acceptance and acknowledgement for the everyday things you do for others – just a ‘thank you’ is sufficient.

BLUE – You have a deep need to find inner peace and truth, to live their life according to their ideals and beliefs without having to change their inflexible viewpoint of life to satisfy others.

PURPLE – You have a deep need for emotional security and to create order and perfection in all areas of your life. You also have a deep need to initiate and participate in humanitarian projects, helping others in need.

PINK – You have a need need to be accepted and loved unconditionally.

TURQUOISE – You have a deep need to create emotional balance in your life, to be able to express your hopes and dreams no matter have idealistic they may be and to make your own way in the world under your own terms.

BLACK – You have a need for power and control in order to protect their own emotional insecurities.

WHITE – You have a deep need for simplicity in your own life and to be independent and self-reliant so you do not need to depend on anyone else.

SILVER – You are intuitive and insightful.

Want to have more information about your Personality Color? Check out: http://www.empower-yourself-with-color-psychology.com/personality-color.html

~Nicole Haller

beYOUtiful!

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You are B-E-A-UTIFUL just the way you all are! But let’s be aware of those who struggle with eating disorders and diets. Check out this bulletin board for more information and statistics of eating disorders.

Eating Disorder Awareness Week: February 26-March 4, 2017

If you or know someone who struggles with an eating disorder, please direct them to:

  • University Counseling Services: 608-432-1965 or 220 Royce Hall
  • Student Health Services: 608-342-1891 or 216 Royce Hall

Help them get help!

For more information, check out:http://www.activeminds.org/our-programming/awareness-campaigns/eating-disorders-awareness-week

 

~Nicole Haller

Name that Disney Movie!

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6 South… Like Disney? or Want a chance to win a dinner at Kristine Café? These flyers will be outside my door TONIGHT. You need to put your name, and the date and time you completed it. Slide it under my door when you are finished. I can not give you your prize if you do not include time and date.

Good Luck with the Disney Challenge!

Nicole

Ebony Weekend – day 2

Hey all!

So the next day, Saturday night, two more speakers came! We had Eljeer Hawkins and Dr. Jawanza Kunjufu speak to us and they were both just as inspiring as the first.

Mr. Hawkins talked about the Black Lives Matter campaign. Furthermore he often contributes to Socialist Alternative Newspaper on race, criminal justice, and the historic black freedom movement. He was an extremely powerful speaker.

To be perfectly honest, I missed out on Dr. Kunjufu. I have been ill all last week and this week and this speaker was at 9:00 pm to 10:30 so I couldn’t handle it. However, he is an author for over 40 books including Changing School Culture for Black Males, Understanding Black Male Learning Styles, Keeping Black Boys out of Special Education, and Reducing the Black Male Dropout Rate. His books are used in online courses nationwide.

~RA Joe

Ebony Weekend – day 1

 

Hey all!

Friday night there was a speaker named Dr. Sherri Williams. She talked about the social media and its bias toward showing stereotypes. On a lot of reality television shows, us viewers will only see things like the “Angry Black Woman” or “Sassy Latina.” The people on these shows are in fact very normal and respectable pushed toward their limit and blow up and that is all we get to see on tv.

She was an excellent speaker and I hope to hear from her again one day!

~Ra Joe

Consent!

Consent isn’t SEXY it’s a Basic Human Right! This bulletin board is very informative about what consent is! I have realized that the campaign on campus is Consent IS SEXY because those who ask and give consent are sexy. With that being said, I got this bulletin board idea off of Pintrest and just copied the words. Please check it out if you want to know what consent is and when it is possible and when it is not. If you have any questions, please stop by my room or email me; I’d be happy to have a conversation about it!

~Nicole

Pick UP Lines

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Well Hello 6 South!!!

Through this busy week and Tuesday was Valentine’s Day, I am finally getting to my post about Pick UP Lines. We all celebrate Valentine’s Day differently but who doesn’t like the stereotypical scene of Valentine’s Day with hearts, love, and PICK UP LINES! These are fun, corny, and sometimes UP-lifting. Whether single, taken, etc., these pick up lines are fun to read to friends and just have a good laugh with those in the hall way.

Stay Stress Free!

~Nicole Haller