Well.I.Am… There’s something for everyone!

CRI and the University Wellness Program is excited for you to join them next week during Well.I.Am!

“If you’re interested in what wellness is and want to become more well-rounded in your personal wellness, come and check out the different events offered during Well.I.Am week! There is something for everyone!”
-ShaVonda Sewell, Wellness Graduate Assistant

Well.I.Am week begins on Monday, October 17th with a viewing of Food, Inc. This documentary film directed by Robert Kenner is an eye-opening experience to say the least. Trust me, I’ve seen it before. You will cringe, gasp and possibly even lose your genetically modified dinner. Food Inc. takes a deeper and shocking look at what we eat, how it’s produced, who we have become as Americans and where we are going from here. Eat a light meal and prepare your stomachs before joining us at 8p.m. on Sweetheart Circle for a viewing of Food, Inc.

Don’t worry the next day about consuming the foods you saw the night before, because The Main Street Farmer’s Market will be at the Williams Center from 10a.m. to 2p.m. Our hard-working local farmers, selling the best quality and freshest food on campus will be there to greet you!

For all of those curious about the large-scale agricultural food production in the United States, Food Inc.’s direct Robert Kenner will be on campus at 7p.m. in the Russell Union Ballroom. He will make you think about what you eat and how it contributes to our Nation’s wellness as well as your personal wellness.

Throughout the rest of the week there are numerous other activities you can partake in to boost your overall wellness..

On Wednesday, October 19th enhance your intellectual wellness with a round of trivia at the Williams Center, Student Center Multipurpose Space at 6p.m. Gather your teams of 8 to 10 friends, professors or anyone on campus and email your names to wellness@georgiasouthern.edu.

Learn ways that you can make a difference locally, nationally and internationally at the Social Justice Fair on Thursday, October 20th from 11a.m. to 2p.m.

Later that night learn ways to reduce stress at The Mind-Body Connection in Russell Union Room 2047 at 5p.m.

For those interested in volunteering, meet at the Russell Union Rotunda at 2p.m. on Friday, October 21st to help deliver collected donations to local agencies.

CRI and the University Wellness Program will conclude Well.I.Am week by showing off some True Blue school spirit at the inaugural True Blue 5k! Featuring a brand new race course through historic Georgia Southern campus, runners and walkers of all ages are encouraged to sign up. You don’t want to miss the True Blue special guests who will be there to pump up your school spirit before the Georgia Southern vs. Presbyterian football game! And for all Georgia Southern students, how could you pass up an opportunity to win a class ring? The first place male and female students to complete the race will win just that!

For more information on Well.I.Am visit: http://services.georgiasouthern.edu/cri/universityWellness/wellIAm

And to register for the True Blue 5k head to: http://welcome.georgiasouthern.edu/wellness/trueBlue5k/

CRI till you die!

Lindsey

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