By Jennifer Chavez
One of Nassau Hall’s resident advisors, sophomore Leah
The first event took place on Sunday, Sept. 29 on the third floor of Nassau Hall. The hour was filled with bonding activities like nail painting and movies. Hannah Winston, a freshman musical theatre major who attended the first self-care session, said, “I was just having a good time relaxing and doing face masks.” There was even an area for students to take Instagram pictures, according to
As an RA, one of the many requirements is to generate one event per month for their residents.
The event provides students with a
The concept of Self-Care Sundays was initially developed between
Freshman year was difficult for
Taking time to wind down during college is essential to maintaining good mental health, especially during high-stress periods throughout the semester. In particular, the weeks of midterms and finals.
Self-Care Sundays will continue to take place on the last Sunday of every month on the third floor of Nassau Hall at 8 p.m.