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The campus life program and Campus Activities Board will treat students to a pancake breakfast. Bring your appetite.

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Before the stress of the semester begins, learn relaxation techniques that will help you endure final exams.

Co-sponsored by JCC's campus life program, campus health center, and EmpowerMe Club.

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Magician Adam Arcana astonishes, mystifies, and entertains audiences with magic, comedy, and dangerous stunts

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Learn about the fundraising efforts and service projects that student clubs have undertaken.

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Born to a drug-addicted mother and an absent father, Odd?Rod’s poverty-stricken upbringing has turned into the tool he needed to grab and inspire anyone who hears him.

Sponsored by the campus life program.

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How well do you know the effects of alcohol? You will be surprised by how much you don't know.

You'll learn about standard drink sizes, the range of alcohol expectancies, the difference between pharmacological effects and placebo effects, and efforts by alcohol companies to portray positive alcohol expectancies in advertisements.

Co-sponsored by JCC's campus life program, Student Senate, and the Chautauqua Alcohol & Substance Abuse Council.

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Kerry Sharp will astound you with the infinite power of the mind.

Co-sponsored by the campus life program and Campus Activities Board.

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Participants in the program, conducted by Tawan Perry, will discover to excel academically while balancing life off-campus and will learn how to prepare for the next step.

Sponsored by the campus life program.

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In 2000, Kevin Hines leapt off the Golden Gate Bridge. He survived and now fosters a critical bridge of hope between life and death for people caught in the pain of living with serious mental illness, difficult life circumstances, and more.

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Students can participate in canvas painting, tie-dying (bring your own apparel to be decorated), and sign decorating to raise awareness about the incidence and impact of suicide.

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