Community, 17th Feb, 2015
Some questions thrown at the community during college meetings:
“What do you think about meatless mondays to promote sustainable practices on campus?”
“How can we manage waste on the hill?”
“How many of you would be interested in a workshop on emotional intelligence?”
The college meeting serves many purposes: it can be a platform for exchanging perspectives or sparking discussions, it can be a space to raise proposals, it can be a stage to theatrically present an issue in the community. It can be whatever our students and faculty want as long as there is a purpose behind every action, which leads to deeper thinking and problem-solving. One can raise issues that concerns the community in a significant way, or share good news that bring joy to every member. When college meetings happen, the entire community comes together and says: let’s talk.