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With daily life interrupted in response to a global health crisis, we want the to be a place of refuge and recharge for the FSU community. 

Social distance doesn't have to mean total isolation. We can still maintain and continue to build community in new ways.

 

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Yes, many things have changed, yet music remains something that connects us across difference. We hope that sharing some of the songs getting us through social distancing will make your day a bit better.

The past two weeks have forced me to rethink what it means to be engaged with the local community and what it could look like to provide support that is not solely based on physical presence...In a time when physical interaction threatens the health of our neighbors, we ask, “How can we provide the best support to the community?”

For a lot of graduating seniors, the virus has completely changed how we will spend our last month of college. Many of us are struggling with uncertainty and a sense of loss. But even though we will not get to have a lot of traditional celebrations, there are still ways for us to stay connected and celebrate our achievements as we end our time at Florida State.

But when we are in times of collective stress and danger, we must find ways to yield our preferences to the community. We must take it upon ourselves to make sacrifices now to ensure our community will survive and once again thrive.

With the weekend upon us and no prospects of leaving home any time soon, the staff of the Center for Leadership & Social Change offers you some ideas for weekend reading. We hope these books make for enjoyable distractions while social distancing.

In this time of social distancing and remote work and study, we've decided to bring you what we hope will be a calming activity that combines coloring and campus all in one place.

Early Monday afternoon, PeaceJam FSU leaders joined a Global Youth Zoom that brought PeaceJam Foundation executives together with youth ambassadors from affiliates around the world to reflect, connect and make a plan for moving forward in this isolating time.  

With daily life interrupted in response to a global health crisis, we want the to be a place of refuge and recharge for the FSU community. 

Social distance doesn't have to mean total isolation. We can still maintain and continue to build community in new ways.


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