Irish Door Decorations

On March 19th, 2017, I placed 4 leaf clovers on everyone’s door! On the leaves were their last name with an O’ in front of their name. It’s for the fun of St. Patricks Day and I bleive that everyone will be happy about seeing them as they come back from spring break!

-Lucas Schwartz

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Nerf Gun War

On March 4th, 2017, we had a nerf gun war in the basement of Hugunin Hall! It was an hour battle of skill, speed, and battle field knowledge. We fought like brothers and sisters on the battle field. Had defeats and sweat at times, but we held on. I remember my fellow men getting shot by 3 inch nerf bullets and falling left and right. At that time I layed low and hoped the enemies weren’t by me and then they ran out of bullets and felt my wrath. We had a great time!

-Lucas Schwartz

Game Night!

On March 4th, 2017, I had a game night in my room. Lots of people were in my room and we played madden and NBA! It was fun and great for everyone to have a try at being the best player of them all! It was a great time!

-Lucas J. Schwartz

Irish Treats

On March 6th, 2017, I delivered St. Patrick’s day treats to the whole wing! They definitely enjoyed the the treats that had cookies, rice crispies, and a bottle of bubbles. It’s always nice to get treats as a stress reliever! It’s nice to know someone cares about them thanks to my mother!

-Lucas Schwartz

Diversity Dive Opening Night

On February 27th, 2017, the Hugunin staff had their opening night of the Diversity Dive! We had snow cones, popcorn, and a video on the Historical individuals that created our society. It lasted for 2 hours and people were shocked on how much they had learned! It was fun and educational!

-Lucas Schwartz

Diversity Dive

On February 20th, 2017, the Hugunin Staff created a black and women’s history month program that took place in the hugunin hall lounge in the basement. This program was created in the efforts to help further educate students on the importance of different groups of people’s involvement of America and the world. Most of these people weren’t fully recognized due to the color of their skin and gender. So it was very important to us to have pictures and summaries of these individuals with their help and the further creation of our society for people to know them. Without them, we wouldn’t have the future we have today.

-Lucas J. Schwartz

Monti Washington

On February 12th, 2017, we went to a United We Stand Speaker. His name is Monti Washington and he was a motivational speaker. He told us of his life and how he was so far behind in life that he thought he was pathetic and stupid. He felt this way, because his foster parents called him stupid and said he was dumb. Always negative thinking, but he turned it around. He fought his way through adversity and lived his life saying, “I am the shit!” He motivated us to keep our spirits and live on to our fullest. I’m very happy that I and my other residents got the opportunity to hear him!

-Lucas Schwartz

I-Combat

On February 11th, 2017, our Resident Director Lawrence had an idea to go to Madison to play laser tag! So Resident Assistant’s Lucas Schwartz, Landon Gauthier, Andrew Groleau, and Marty Mathews told their group of friends on their wing to see if they wanted to go as the same with me. So we took off and played! It was great filled with fun and laughter playing a real life call of duty game! Everyone had a great blast! We now have a new passion with laser tag!

-Lucas Schwartz

Snowman Door Dec’s

On January 23, 2017, I made snowman door decorations for my wing. These snowmen have blue and orange scarves on them with the residents names underneath. I found it appropriate to have, because of the extreme weather lately and they enjoy having them as a sense of a home when coming back from break.

-Lucas J. Schwartz

Autonomous Cars

On January 23, 2017, I made an Autonomous Cars bulletin board. This board talks about the technology of our country starting with transportation. These cars are driver-less cars. They do not need human use for driving and they have been found to be more effective and safe. The cars are programmed to have sensors to understand its location and how close other objects could be from it. Also other autonomous cars can communicate so a wreck would be prevented in the fog. It’s very interesting and fun to learn about!

-Lucas J. Schwartz