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FR S23 Study Break: French Songs and Watercolor Painting

Creative study breaks are, in my experience, the most popular ones. Students love being able to create something with their hands and imagination, and then keeping it as a souvenir. It is also the best way they can actually feel like they’re getting an actual break from studying as focusing on crafting, painting, or drawing something get their mind away from stress and school work. I did the watercolor painting/snacks and French songs study break twice as the turnout was huge. I also got my best memories and long deep conversations with students from these types of study breaks. They are amazing for community-building and peer-bounding with and between the students.

DE 23 Study Break Event – Eastern Brunch

What worked well in this Event? What did not work (and how could it be improved)?

Very many students and professors came to this event, which made me very happy. Since I held this event on a weekend, accordingly many people had time to come, which I can also recommend. The only problem was that the purchased food and snacks were eaten relatively quickly. Some students unfortunately could not try German food, which is a pity. For the next event, which is held on a weekend, I would definitely buy enough food. In general, the interest in a brunch event was very high and especially the white sausages were very popular and therefore eaten very quickly. What I should have next time also on the screen that you need a lot of chairs and seating. Which one should organize in advance. In general, however, it was a very sound event, which was received with a lot of joy. Especially the fact that professors came to this event made me very happy.

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