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FEBRUARY 20-27

Community Events 8:32 FONDUE Tuesday, Feb. 23rd at 8:32pm in the Aliso Community Center

CONDOM OLYMPICS Wednesday, Feb. 24th at 8pm in the Aliso Community Center

Chris Rock’s

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Meet in the Plaza at 6:30pm on Wednesday, Feb. 24th to walk down to the UU!

Carnal Carnival Free food and games! Saturday, Feb. 27 at 7:30pm in the Community Center

Men’s Basketball vs. UCSB Saturday, February 27th at 7pm

POLY CANYON VILLAGE

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Community Announcements • Community Council presents a PCV Dodgeball Tournament! Come out and play dodgeball with fellow PCVers on February 27th! Sign up with teammates or individually at your neighborhood front desk and get ready to dodge, duck, dip, dive, and dodge! We will be meeting at noon in the plaza to walk to the courts together! • DONATE BLOOD and save up to 3 lives! The United Blood Services will be here in Poly Canyon on Wednesday, February 24th and Thursday, February 25th from 2-7pm. Sign up at the Aliso front desk to reserve your space now! Walk-ins are also welcome! • GO GREEN!...yellow, red, blue or orange at the Decorate a Reusable Grocery Bag event! This Friday from 3-5pm. Bags and art supplies will be provided. Brought to you by Community Council! • The 8th Annual Change the Status Quo: A Student’s Role in Shaping Society will take place this Friday and Saturday, February 26th and 27th in the UU. Come spend a day with other students and members of our community who share your passion for social change and activism. Register today at the SCS Office in UU 217. • Floral Design Workshop! This Wednesday, February 24 at 8 PM in the Knowledge Center. Make a beautiful floral arrangement in this hands-on workshop led by Cal Poly Professor of Floral Design, Melinda Lynch! Bring your vase bouquet home to show your roommates and brighten up your apartment! Supplies are limited so sign up with your CA or at your front desk.

Environmental Tip of the Week

Go Green in the classroom too! You can use refillable binders instead of notebooks, use recycled paper, take notes on both sides of a page, ask your professor if you can turn in assignments with print on both sides, and unless it’s really needed, don’t use automatic handicap doors.

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It's time to create or update your resume! You'll need a revised or new resume to start applying for jobs and internships. Remember to use action words and detail your skills and accomplishments. Have a friend, professor, Academic Advisor, and Career Counselor review your resume to help you tailor it to the opportunities you're most interested in.

Yoga Mondays 8:30pm Aliso Rec Center

Athletic Aerobics Wednesdays 7:30pm

Cardio Dance

MOVED TO THE PCV CONFERENCE ROOM

Aliso Rec Center

Saturdays 11:30am

Cooking in the Canyon Tuesdays 7:30pm Aliso Conference Room This Week: Bacon Wrapped Sausage & Honey Mustard Dip!


Cooking in the Canyon Weekly Recipe FRENCH TOAST Ingredients:

• Bread • Eggs (approximately 1 egg per 2 pieces of bread) • Milk • Cinnamon

Directions:

1. Mix eggs with a bit of milk using a whisk to achieve constant consistency. Add cinnamon as needed (optional). 2. Dip both sides of bread in egg and milk mixture and fry in pan, flipping once until cooked.

THEME WEEK: sexual health

What do you choose? Many people choose a lifestyle of abstinence in order to protect themselves from sexually transmitted diseases and infections, unplanned pregnancy, and emotional distress. For those who engage in sexual activity, there are many preventive measures including barrier and hormonal birth control which is the responsibility of the man and the woman. No matter your level of sexual activity: know your partner, be comfortable talking about these topics, and schedule routine exams to maintain good physical and emotional health.

SLO Independent Film Festival: “Potential Partners” (examines people with differing sexual orientations looking for romantic partners); Thursday at 8:30pm in the Community Center TV room.

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Healthy relationships bring happiness and health to our lives. Studies show that people with healthy relationships really do have more happiness and less stress. There are basic ways to make relationships healthy, even though each one is different… parents, siblings, friends, boyfriends, girlfriends, and spouses. Here are some tips for healthy relationships: 1. Keep expectations realistic 2. Talk with each other - communication is key! Take the time to genuinely listen and be there for the other person, and remember to both ask questions and share information about yourself. 3. Be flexible and dependable 4. Keep your life balanced 5. Ask for help and support when you need it 6. Take care of YOU...healthy relationships are mutually beneficial. Don't sacrifice your personal well-being for the relationship. 7. Be yourself. Show who you really are so that you can fully be appreciated as an individual.


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