Spirit & Mind
When a student is in college, writing forms one of the major ways in which the progress and performance of the student will be tested. The student, therefore, has to be at his or her best when it comes to writing. However, a student who has problems in writing does not have to feel like he or she is at a disadvantage.
Students need to put themselves in positions where they constantly challenge themselves. Students should not by any means try to settle for complacent means. Most students, however, are caught up in mediocremeans of doing things. From friends to books that the students read they should be things that challenge the student on all fronts.
Come to the next meeting of the Community Coalition on Mental Health!
When: Thursday, October 1, 2015
Where: Teachers College, Columbia University
Horace Mann Hall
Join Randall's Island for their annual Get Hooked fishing event and see the wildlife that call the waters surrounding Randall’s Island home! FREE activities include:
- Fishing (catch and release)
- Arts and Crafts
Come join the Fourth Annual Literacy Across Harlem March, Book Drive and Community Celebration! Bring your favorite book in order to #RockThoseReads and publicly display your identity as a reader. Bring a new or like-new children's book to donate to a homeless shelter in Harlem!
A well-regarded actress agrees to teach six inmates how to tell their stories behind the bars of a men's maximum security prison.