Wellness Day: Recess

There's no class on Tuesday, April 20, so take a break for games, snacks, and self-care!

On Campus

Recess @ Fellows Garden: 11 am to 1 pm ET
Stop by the Brandeis Booths in Fellows Garden between 11 am and 1 pm ET for free snacks, giveaways, and lawn games including cornhole, spikeball, badminton, and more!
Recess and Reassess Your Self-Care with BTW: Take a self-care quiz and receive personalized feedback and self-care tips from a BTW peer educator.
Deiscream @ Chum's: 12 pm to 2 pm ET
Drop by Chum's in the Castle for free ice cream and games like giant checkers and Connect Four!
Hammocking with Mountain Club @ Usdan: 12 pm to 2 pm ET
Meet up with the Mountain Club outside of Usdan.
Outdoor Exercise Bonanza @ Fellows Garden: 12 pm to 3 pm ET

Let’s enjoy Wellness Day together! Come participate in a variety of outdoor, student-led exercise classes: YOGA, ZUMBA, HIIT, and more! A more detailed hour-by hour schedule will be published soon. Visit the Earth Week website for more information.


Get inSTEP with Screen Break Yoga

The International Student Experience Project, inSTEP, invites all students (international and domestic) to Get inSTEP with inSTEP!  

In honor of Wellness Day, join Brittani Harris, Senior Programs Coordinator at the International Business School, and the Eight Yoga Community for a 30 - 45 minute "cameras off" yoga session. This session is open to all levels.  

Tuesday, April 20
12 pm - 1 pm ET

Zoom Link (Password Required) 

Email Adrea Papadopoulos at apapadop@brandeis.edu for the password.


Weed Out the Myths: A Cannabis Q&A Panel
HAWP presents "Weed Out The Myths," a virtual Q&A panel with experts in cannabis research, policy, and health and safety.
  • Dr. Staci Gruber: Director of the Cognitive and Clinical Neuroimaging Core at McLean Hospital’s Brain Imaging Center and an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. She launched Marijuana Investigations for Neuroscientific Discovery (MIND).
  • Will Jones III, MPA: Communications and Outreach Associate at Smart Approaches to Marijuana. He is an experienced speaker and community activist working on issues of social justice at the local and national level. He co-founded Two Is Enough DC.
  • Tom Fontana, LCMHC, LADC: Alcohol, Cannabis, and Other Drugs Initiatives Manager for the University of Vermont. He coordinates prevention, education, and the brief intervention model, BASICS. He is also the creator of the T Break Guide.
Tuesday, April 20, 2021
2:30 pm ET - 3:30 pm ET
Submit your questions in advance
Register here