Finding Balance: Getting to a place where social media works best for you and your mental health

Warner Student Life Center, Twin Lights I

Twin Lights I, Student Life Center (SLC) While many of us enjoy staying connected on social media, excessive use can fuel feelings of anxiety, depression, isolation, and FOMO. A panel consisting of Wellness Center team members will discuss ways to modify your social media habits to find a healthy balance and maintain your mental health. […]

Social Media Around the World

Warner Student Life Center, Twin Lights I

In this panel presentation we will hear from international students and learn how social media is experienced in different countries. *Registration Required: Limit 75 participants Click Here to register *Light refreshments will be provided. Presented by: The International Education Center, International Student Association For more information click Here

PURPLE: America, We Need To Talk A short film and community conversation uncovering our humanity beneath our national conflict.

Warner Student Life Center, Twin Lights I

PURPLE tells the story of everyday Americans with opposing viewpoints addressing their differences head-on and discovering some of the concerns and humanity that lie behind each other’s positions. Designed to build greater empathy and recognition in the face of deepening U.S. divides, PURPLE models a rare conversation that uplifts and inspires even while going toward […]

Dr. Carl Calendar Visiting Writers Series: Topaz Winters

Warner Student Life Center, Twin Lights I

Award-Winning Poet, Performer, Activist and Princeton University Student Topaz Winters is the Singaporean-American author of three poetry collections, most recently So, Stranger. She is the founder & editor-in-chief of the independent publishing house & literary journal Half Mystic. Her peer-reviewed scholarly work on queerness is published in the Journal of Homosexuality. About So, Stranger: “Topaz Winters centers identity and […]

Dr. Carl Calendar Visiting Writers Series: Omer Friedlander

Warner Student Life Center, Twin Lights I

Fiction Writer Omer Friedlander was born in Jerusalem and grew up in Tel-Aviv. He is the author of the short story collection The Man Who Sold Air in the Holy Land and his novel, The Glass Golem, is forthcoming from Random House. About The Man Who Sold Air in the Holy Land: “A brilliant young author’s stunning fiction debut: gorgeously immersive […]

Dr. Carl Calendar Visiting Writers Series: Cynthia Manick and James Hoch

Warner Student Life Center, Twin Lights I

Award-Winning Poets Cynthia Manick is the author of No Sweet Without Brine (Amistad-HarperCollins, 2023), editor of The Future of Black: Afrofuturism, Black Comics, and Superhero Poetry, and author of Blue Hallelujahs. Her work has been featured in the Academy of American Poets Poem-A-Day Series, the Los Angeles Review of Books, and other outlets. A life-long NJ resident, James Hoch has been a professor of […]