Congratulations 2020 Graduates!!!
An Update from The Green Bandana Team
The purpose of The Green Bandana Project is to spread awareness of resources for those with mental health-related needs. Students, Faculty, and Staff who have a Green Bandana on their backpack or in their office have completed the 1-hour training. The Green Bandana signifies they are a safe person to approach regarding mental health-related concerns and know where to find help. The program promotes a stigma-free and supportive environment.
While we are not able to meet in-person for Green Bandana trainings at this time, we are still able to connect and make a difference in the lives of others! Below are tips regarding how to best care for others and self-care during this uncertain time, as well as current mental health resources that are available…Read More>>
- Collecting: Big risk big rewards Out of all the hobbies in the world collecting is perhaps the only one most every human alive has heard of and perhaps even tried. …Read More »
- Since the pandemic hit, many people have had to stay within their homes in order to follow quarantine or social distancing guidelines, without much to do and difficulty in having …Read More »
- The purpose of The Green Bandana Project is to spread awareness of resources for those with mental health-related needs. Students, Faculty, and Staff who have a Green Bandana on their …Read More »
- With Kirkwood Community College’s recent decision to allow students to choose to covert their classes to Pass/No Pass after final grades have been posted, some students may be seeking additional …Read More »
Mobile Food Pantry
Kirkwood will be holding a mobile food pantry for students on Wednesday, May 6, and Wednesday, May 13 from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. During this time, Kirkwood students are invited to come receive prepackaged perishable and non-perishable grocery items in the parking lot of the Michael J Gould Recreation Center. Items are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. You’ll be asked to wait in your car and drive through for pickup. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Student Life has added a Facebook Group for students to interact with each other. This week, the debate is the best movies since 2000. According to Student Life Director Seth Vander Tuig, the idea is to simply have some fun and talk about as many fun things as possible to keep students engaged with each other. The group can be found here… https://www.facebook.com/groups/virtualnest/
- Since the pandemic hit, many people have had to stay within their homes in order to follow quarantine or social distancing guidelines, without much to do and difficulty in having exercise routines. That is why Brett Baumgart, the Recreation Services Supervisor for Kirkwood, decided to step in along [Continue Reading …Read More »
- Starting in the fall of 2019 both the men’s and women’s basketball teams have been hard at work practicing and competing. This hard work brought the men’s team to win 24 games and the women’s team to win 29. Both teams made it to the semifinals to the [Continue Reading …Read More »
- Kirkwood Eagle’s women’s basketball team wins big over Southeastern Community College on March 7. Check out the highlight video produced by Kirkwood Student Productions.Read More »
- Last November, Rob Netolicky, president of the Kirkwood Community College eSports team, said, “Super Smash Bros. is a hugely popular game.” At the time, Netolicky and the eSports club were looking to launch a Super Smash Bros. tournament and a team. Since then, the tournament has now become [Continue Reading …Read More »