Free hugs and relationships - our favorite things!
Tomorrow is a big day. First of all, it's Sustained Dialogue's Free Hug Day, all day outside Frist (and all over campus):
"What the world needs now is love, sweet love It's the only thing that there's just too little of..."
- Hal David
So come spread the love with Sustained Dialogue, a discussion group working to promote greater understanding within the campus community.
First ever Free Hug Day!
Our hope is to foster a stronger sense of community and compassion by giving a big hug to anyone who wants one—feel free to pass them on!
And then, as if that wasn't enough, the Religious Life Council is sponsoring a panel on relationships, from 5:30 - 7 pm in Murray Dodge:
We will be starting with a panel of four (very diverse) students to hear their unique experience with relationships here at Princeton (Melekot Abate, Yuhjan Claros, Joy Li, and Miriam Rosenbaum).
Everyone will then have a chance to discuss their own experiences and opinions to integral questions such as - Is the Princeton setting conducive to relationships? What role does religion serve in relationships? Is marriage a goal, and if so, to whom? And, of course, delicious dinner will be served!