RSL Community "Meet & Greets"

Join Religious & Spiritual Life (RSL) in celebrating the religious, secular, and spiritual diversity on campus by attending these "meet and greet" events. These gatherings are designed to help students, faculty, and staff of different identities, cultures, and traditions build community, share interests, and finds ways of supporting each other both on and off campus. Groups based on identity/tradition will first meet in the Babcock Dining Hall to grab light snacks/beverages, then move to different rooms to meet/mingle with those who share that identity/tradition.

Below is a tentative schedule of the "meet and greets" and the identities highlighted. All sects and expressions of these traditions are welcome to attend. If you do not presently identify with these communities but are exploring tradition(s) different from your own, you are still welcome to come and learn. All who attend are expected to engage respectfully with the focus and purpose of these gatherings being building community with others of the same identity/tradition.

Sunday, Feb. 6th –

  • Hinduism in Formal Lounge
  • Pagan/Wiccan in Kitchen/Dining Hall
  • Orthodox Christianity in Basement Lounge

Sunday, Feb. 13th –

  • Catholicism in Formal Lounge
  • Islam in Kitchen/Dining Hall
  • Unitarian Universalism in Basement Lounge

Sunday, Feb. 27th –

  • Judaism in Formal Lounge
  • Evangelical and Non-denominational Christianity in Kitchen/Dining Hall
  • Buddhism and Jainism in Basement Lounge

Sunday, March 6th –

  • Atheism and Secular Humanism in Formal Lounge
  • Mainline Protestant Christianity (DoC, EPC, PCUSA, UCC, UMC) in Kitchen/Dining Hall
  • Bahai and Zoroastrianism in Basement Lounge

February 6th

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Duration: 1 hour

Location:
Babcock Hall 018 - Ground Floor Lounge, Babcock Hall 185 - Dining Hall, Babcock Hall 110 - Formal Lounge


2022-02-06 3:00:00 2022-02-06 4:00:00 America/New_York RSL Community "Meet & Greets"

Join Religious & Spiritual Life (RSL) in celebrating the religious, secular, and spiritual diversity on campus by attending these "meet and greet" events. These gatherings are designed to help students, faculty, and staff of different identities, cultures, and traditions build community, share interests, and finds ways of supporting each other both on and off campus. Groups based on identity/tradition will first meet in the Babcock Dining Hall to grab light snacks/beverages, then move to different rooms to meet/mingle with those who share that identity/tradition.

Below is a tentative schedule of the "meet and greets" and the identities highlighted. All sects and expressions of these traditions are welcome to attend. If you do not presently identify with these communities but are exploring tradition(s) different from your own, you are still welcome to come and learn. All who attend are expected to engage respectfully with the focus and purpose of these gatherings being building community with others of the same identity/tradition.

Sunday, Feb. 6th –

  • Hinduism in Formal Lounge
  • Pagan/Wiccan in Kitchen/Dining Hall
  • Orthodox Christianity in Basement Lounge

Sunday, Feb. 13th –

  • Catholicism in Formal Lounge
  • Islam in Kitchen/Dining Hall
  • Unitarian Universalism in Basement Lounge

Sunday, Feb. 27th –

  • Judaism in Formal Lounge
  • Evangelical and Non-denominational Christianity in Kitchen/Dining Hall
  • Buddhism and Jainism in Basement Lounge

Sunday, March 6th –

  • Atheism and Secular Humanism in Formal Lounge
  • Mainline Protestant Christianity (DoC, EPC, PCUSA, UCC, UMC) in Kitchen/Dining Hall
  • Bahai and Zoroastrianism in Basement Lounge
Babcock Hall 018 - Ground Floor Lounge, Babcock Hall 185 - Dining Hall, Babcock Hall 110 - Formal Lounge