fall came to campus Friday (April 12) for WWU 101: the Journey Begins, an event
during which they pre-register for classes, get their student ID and attend
a community service project, creating Buddy Packs. They packed bags with nutritious food for
local elementary school children who may not have enough food at home for
weekends and holiday breaks.
students in need within Callaway County,” said Sarah Munns, dean of admissions.
allowing new students to get acquainted with others in the incoming class and
participate in fun activities alongside students already attending WWU.
have some fun with their future classmates, as well as current students,” said
organize the event helped promote community service, as well as “interaction
between new and current students.”
the Greek lifestyle to incoming students who know little about it.
come to school. When they see us doing things like this, and having fun, that
makes them more likely to say ‘yes’ (to Greek life).”
made the Buddy Packs was impressive, “They were good. It didn’t take long!”
mascot, dances with incoming and current students during a game called “Dance
WWU in the fall dip their souvenir shirts into tie-dye.
hidden by the large number of incoming and current students, as well as the WWU