Fresh Bread!

What could be more healthier than making your own food? Tonight Dr. Yari was kind enough to teach us how to make bread. It dosent need to be complicated or precise just a little know how. I talked with Dr. Yari and he said making your bread from scratch is not only healthier but also cheaper if done correctly. Thank you to those who stopped in. 


Bread making!

Come down to the MPR this wendsday for a demonstration by Dr. Yari on making bread


It’s not all black and white

Diversity is important. No matter where you find yourself in life you will interact in some capacity with someone that is different from you. Wether they have different experiences , they have different beliefs, or they have different values. We need to be accepting and understanding of each others differences because that’s how we can advance as a sociotey. 

2 West Keys to Success

Let’s keep the success rolling 2 West! At the end of the semester take some time to reflect and understand what success looks like to you. Because success looks different to everyone. Once you have that down, you need to use identify the keys that will help you obtain success. I’ve outlined a few here that I feel will get you thinking in the right direction.

Staff Bonding 

Staff took a break to celebrate the end of the year with a Christmas gift exchange party hosted by Jason and his roomates. We enjoyed snacks and beverages and each others company. It’s important to take a break everynow and then for ones mental health. A party like this with close friends is a great way to clear the mind and reboot the batteries. I hope you take some time with your families this winter break and recharge your mental batteries.

Saturday Night Standup

Mr. Ramos was the act for Saturday night stand up at the student center. This was a first for me as well as a few others. Not knowing what to expect we came with high expectations. Like all comedians they are pretty comfortable making fun of themselves. I think that’s important point to keep in mind. Life is too short to take it so seriously. It’s okay to laugh at ourselves everynow and then because it’s an important part of who we are.