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Activities Coming in Winter Term

Students will return to campus from the holiday break to an extensive list of activities designed to help students connect in these challenging times.

  • Cold weather won't stop intramurals. Tournaments in everything from dodgeball to ping pong to volleyball are set for this term. If running is your hobby of choice, then plan to take part in our virtual 5k and 10k. The Fraternity Cup League also has an exciting roster of events prepared.
  • The Office of Inclusion and Engagement (OIE) supports the university's mission by striving to foster a culture in which all community members feel entirely welcome and able to participate. Winter Term events will include a week's worth of Martin Luther King Jr. celebration activities, LGBTQ and religion panel speakers, “Communi-TEAs” with OIE Ambassadors and much more.
  • The Career and Professional Development Office will empower students to discover, navigate and achieve their career and professional goals with various events. Students can participate in "Winter Term Kickoff Resume Review," “Interview Madness,” “Resumania,” the annual "Women Watching Wallstreet" program, and multiple series across career fields that highlight professional opportunities for summer positions and after graduation.
  • The Outing Club also comes back after the break in full force. Students will be able to sign up for various adventures across the beautiful Shenandoah Valley, with group bike rides, trail running, horse rides (weather permitting), and sunrise hikes, to name a few. In the evenings, students can look forward to weekly bonfires and the sunset series.
  • Last but certainly not least, W&L’s Student Activities team is gearing up for a stacked semester complete with Contact Committee speakers, a campus-wide scavenger hunt, Dinner and a Movie nights, and a new Podcast Club!

If you have suggestions or ideas for student programming, please share them with your class dean or Kelsey Goodwin.

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