If You Were Gay, Would That Be Okay?
In this choose-your-own-adventure program, participants will be able to experience a sexual orientation that may be different than their own, while also seeing the politics surrounding the LGBTQ community.
What Do We Think and Why?
This passive program takes the "Who Are We" board a step further and allows residents to discuss different current issues. This program serves as a visual representation of our values, beliefs and ideas.
You Say PotAYTo, I Say PotAHTo
The purpose of this program is to explore language and diversity. It is a "Jeopardy-style" program, therefore quite relaxed. However, the content will help participants understand the power of language, and that the words we choose have a big impact on the way we are perceived.
Diversity Within Us
This program is designed to shed light on the diversity among participants, enabling them to embrace similarities and differences that might otherwise hide beneath the surface.
Won't You Be My Roommate?
This program is an interactive program where students pick roommates based on different characteristics. This program helps participants understand how we perceive other people.
This interactive program allows participants to become more aware of how personal differences can improve group dynamics while exploring more about their personal style within any group.
Game of Life
Participants go through the Game of Life starting in high school. Their goal is to accomplish as much as they can regardless of the discrimination they face. Participants experience first-hand the discrimination that some people have to deal with on a daily basis.
Wrong Side of the Track
In an ever-changing world filled with shared and unexplored experiences, we sometimes find our beliefs in the majority or to stand alone. This program forces participants to examine and explore the feeling of being left out of a group to promote understanding of minority and majority dynamics.
This powerful, hands-on program will give participants a perspective on privilege among their classmates. The debriefing will facilitate many different views on the notions of achievement, opportunity, backgrounds, work ethics, and choices in today's society.
Why Won't You Tell Me Your Name
This program explores labels that we, as a society, put on people that make us change how we treat others. Participants will experience being labeled differently to see what effect their own labels have on each other.
The Male Box
The "male box" shines light on how society can create socially acceptable norms and behaviors for both males and females. Through this short program, participants will explore their own gender biases in accordance to those of society.