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MAY 2020 EDITION
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TIAL N E S U ES KERS O Y R NK THA VICE WO SER ER'S H T - MO ONTH S T EVEN ITAGE M Y L TH ER MON ASIAN H & DAY Name: Sofia Cassandra Ebuna Nationality: Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines Fun Fact: I love Pomeranians. I have 2 female Pomeranians and their names are Smirnoff and Tequila. Why did I Choose Centennial Place: I chose to live here because the location is perfect. It is walking distance from the college which means I donâ€™t have to take public transportation to go to school. In addition, security is next in line that I considered. They have the guest sign-in and sign-out for monitoring who is going in and out of the residence. And lastly, the convenience, because everything is in one place already. For instance, the gym, laundry room, study areas, common kitchen, movie theatres, game rooms and a lot more!
AND E R A LF C IDEAS E S , AL ESS FITN LTHY ME HEA SE I T I CTIV GO A E CTIV D & BIN A R E R INT SWO S O CR
HY T L A HE
BITS A H DING N E SP
YOU E T E TO G RANTIN S E JOK H QUA OUG R H T
RES LIFE CONNECT ALL THE EVENTS YOU DONT WANT TO MISS SUN
4 SUMMER MOVE IN
Meet and Greet Party
Weekly Zoom CheckIns
SUMMER SEMESTER COMMENCES
Weekly Zoom CheckIns
Never Have I Ever
Virtual Photo Shoot
16 IG workout
Weekly Sending Love Zoom CheckIns IG workout
28 Where's Waldo?
Name that Tune
21 Where's Waldo?
Weekly Zoom CheckIns
23 Ice Ice Baby
Sending Love IG workout
PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL PROGRAMS FOR MAY WILL BE HOSTED ON OUR SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS OR OTHER VIRTUAL PLATFORMS
SMOKE FREE CAMPUS Smoking of any kind and in any form is prohibited on Campus and in the building. Resident(s) found in breach of the Smoking Policy can be fined up to $500, and may face eviction.
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RA ON CALL: # (416) 400 - 2962 FRONT DESK STAFF: # (416) 438 – 2216 ext. 6294 Email: CentennialResidence@studenthousing.com
SECURITY: # (416) 289 – 5000 ext. 5240/ 2577 or Press the call button on the Emergency Phone (yellow), located at each corner on every floor. (Remember to state your location and the emergency.) DOWNLOAD THE CENTENNIAL COLLEGE CAMPUS SAFETY WATCH APP.
CENTENNIAL COLLEGE STUDENT MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES
UTSC STUDENT HEALTH & WELLNESS RESOURCES
The Counselling Centre – 416.289.5000 Progress- x. 2627 | Morningside- x. 8025 | Ashtonbeex. 7252 | Story Arts Campus- x. 8664/2627 Campus Life Safety & Security – 416.289.5000 x. 2020 Good2Talk Student Helpline (24/7) – 1.886.925.5454 Website: www.good2talk.ca Emergency Services 911 – Police, Ambulance, Fire Services (24/7)
Health and Wellness Centre – 416.287.7065 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
LOCK - OUT CARRIES A CHARGE OF $20 + HST
Good2Talk Student Helpline (24/7) – 1.886.925.5454 Website: www.good2talk.ca East Metro Youth Services Walk in Counselling Clinic: 416-438-3697 Campus Police: 416-287-7333 Rouge Valley Centenary Hospital: 416-284-8131
SMOKE FREE BUILDING AND CAMPUS VIOLATORS MAY BE FINED UP TO $500 + HST MAY BE PLACED ON DEFERRED EVICTION
RENT PAYMENT DUE: 1ST OF EACH MONTH PAY ON TIME TO AVOID LATE FEES OF $50 + HST
RESIDENCE ASSISTANTS (RA) ARE HERE TO HELP AND SUPPORT YOU
Look out for information on building-wide and floor events
Talk to your RA about roommate issues
Let us know if you have suggestions, concerns or comments
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THANK YOU TO OUR ESSENTIAL SERVICE WORKERS BOTH HERE IN CANADA AND AROUND THE WORLD
Doctors, Nurses, Hospital & Lab Staff, Police, Fire, EMS, Security, Food Service and Retail Workers, Morgue & Funeral Staff, Mail & Delivery Staff, Public Transport Staff, Maintenance & Repair Workers, Housing Staff, Community Service Workers, Construction Workers, Supply Chain & Manufacturing Employees, Farmers, and many more!
HAPPY MOTHERS DAY
“A mother is she who can take the place of all others but whose place no one else can take.” – Cardinal Mermillod
Asian Heritage Month May is Asian Heritage Month. Canadians are invited to learn more about and celebrate the many achievements and contributions of Canadians of Asian origin who, throughout history, have done so much to make Canada the culturally diverse, compassionate and prosperous nation it is today. NAV
CENTENNIAL PLACE HOME AB WORKOUT TOTAL WORKOUT TIME: 5 MINUTES 30 SECONDS
1. Flutter kicks (60 seconds) 2. Normal plank (60 seconds) REST PERIOD 45 Seconds 3. Side Plank Lifts (left side) 30 seconds 4. Side Plank lifts (right side) 30 Seconds REST PERIOD 45 Seconds 5. Normal plank (60 seconds)
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Tuesday 5 Monday 4 ONLINE ORIGAMI 12:00pm SEX BINGO 8:00 PM
TRIVIA ONLINE 12:00pm 3:00pm 6:00pm ZOOM PARTY 8:00pm
Thursday 7 PICTIONARY ONLINE 7:00pm Friday 8 IG LIVE WORKOUT 1:00pm NETFLIX WATCH PARTY 8:00pm
Saturday 9 NAME THAT 7:00pm
Wednesday 6 WHERE'S WALDO 3:00pm LETS PLAY PSYCH 7:00pm
Sunday 10 VIRTUAL PHOTOSHOOT2: 2:00pm
r u o to R A 's
team work makes the dream work!
WHILE SOCIAL DISTANCING
Open your windows! Let in some Sunshine and Vitamin D Stay Active - Try online workouts or head outside for a walk, alone or with friends at a safe distance. Try something new that you've always wanted to try. Eat balanced meals regularly. Create a goal and a schedule for each day. Maintain a proper sleep schedule. Stay hydrated! Connect virtually with family and friends. Spring Clean! You will feel refreshed & organized!
QUICK, EASY & HEALTHY RECIPES Chicken Fettuccini Alfredo INGREDIENTS: 300 grams uncooked fettuccini, broken in half 3 cups of broccoli 1 tbsp of butter 1 1/8 lb boneless, skinless chicken breast, cut into small pieces 1/4 tsp salt and pepper to taste 3 cloves of garlic 1 can Campbells condensed low fat cream of broccoli soup 1/2 cup low fat milk 1/4 Parmesan chees, grated INSTRUCTIONS: Cook fettuccini according to the directions on the package. in the last 3-4 mins of cooking add broccoli. Drain, put aside and keep warm. In a large skillet, heat butter. Season your chicken with salt and pepper to taste. Cook for 4-6 mins, continuously stirring, or until lightly browned. Add garlic and cook until fragrant. Stir in soup and milk until smooth; bring to a simmer and cook for 2-3 minutes or until chicken is cooked through. Add fettuccini with broccoli. Cook, stirring often, until coated in sauce in sauce and heated through. Serve with Parmesan cheese.
Quesadillas INGREDIENTS: 1 Flour Tortilla 1/2 cup of freshly grated cheddar cheese 1/4 cup cooked black beans 1 tbsp chopped red bell pepper or cherry tomatoes 1 tbsp chopped red or green onion 1 tsp melted butter or extra virgin olive oil, for brushing
INSTRUCTIONS: Heat a medium skillet over medium heat. Warm tortilla for 15 secs on either side. Flip again, then sprinkle half of cheese on one half of tortilla. Cover the cheese evenly with beans, bell pepper and onion. Sprinkle remaining cheese over the filling and fold over the empty side to enclose the fillings. Quickly brush the top of the quesadilla with a light coating of oil, then carefully flip it with a spatula. Let cook until golden brown n crispy on the bottom. Reduce heat to prevent burning. Brush with a light coating of oil then flip and let the second side cook. Remove from skillet let cool for a minute then serve.
ANSWER KEY 1. Arman and Abel 2. Matthew Fleming 3. Theatre Room 4. Grab n Go 5. Centennialres1 6. Main Lounge 7. Social Distancing 8. Second Floor
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Organized fridge/ freezer
Made fresh pasta Meditated
Watched a foreign movie with subtitles
Attempted a Pinterest D.I.Y
Video chatted with a friend
Bought groceries from the Grab n' Go
Tried a new recipe
Wrote down your goals
Binge watched a tv show
Had an indoor picnic
Reminisced on previous travels
Finished a puzzle
Joined a live workout session
Organized your wardrobe
Video chatted with family
Played video games all day
Did a workout challenge
Messed up your sleeping schedule
Ate snacks all day (no shame!)
Read a book Rearranged your room
TEN FINANCIAL TIPS
HEALTHY SPENDING HABITS Save then spend - for those things you really want
Here are some habits for you to start today:
1. Put money aside in a savings account. 2. Before spending your money, reflect on what you will buy - Is it necessary? Is it in my budget? Do I need to buy it now? 3. Track you spending habits. 4. Try to automate your finances. 5. Use debit cards instead credit cards. 6. Pay extra on your debts/loans. 7. Try to do some investing. 8. Learn to accept bad decisions and move on. 9. Practice gratitude. 10. Focus on your goals.
You can do it! CANADIAN CAMPUS COMMUNITIES
IF YOU HAVE ANY COMPLAINTS ABOUT THESE HOW BAD THESE JOKES ARE, PLEASE TAKE IT UP WITH KYLA MATTHEWS (RA)
Quarantine might be rough, but these jokes are worse... I INVENTED A NEW WORD! - IT'S PLAGIARISM WHAT DOES A FRENCH PERSON CALL A BAD THURSDAY? -A TRAJEUDI WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A JOKE AND A RHETORICAL QUESTION.
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