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FRIDAY APRIL 24

tUne-in to your need for
contemplative quiet or vigorous exercise (or both)
after a week of leaning in to the climate crisis. 
Tune-in to a morning or afternoon of music listening, reading, 
self-care, yoga, prayer, meditation 
or, where appropriate, following all social distancing and health precautions
take a vigorous walk or hike - 
take a picture of something beautiful you encountered 
or bring an idea to share with others at 3pm.
Meet up at 3pm with coffee/tea and connect with others about your time spent "tuning in". 
 
If you have RSVP'd or attended Friday's THE GOOD MARKET 11AM-3PM
or the FRIDAY NIGHT REFLECTION SESSION 8:15-9:00 PM, tUrn TUNE-UP is the same Zoom link.

 

 

 

FRIDAY 8:00—8:20 AM of tUrn WEEK

tUrn 101: Orientation to tUrn & today's featured HEADLINERS

Get warmed up for the week, see friends and colleagues,

and hear a quick summary of the day's headliners... 

Bring your coffee/tea and questions!

RSVP HERE for tUrn 101 LIVE ON ZOOM

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11:00 AM—3:00 PM           

THE GOOD MARKET: Students Securing Sustainable Futures One Choice at a Time

SPECIAL STUDENT-LED SESSION with moderator Dana Jauco and presentations from:

 

SEAM—Sustainable Ethical Accessable Merchandise

SUNRISE—Presenting "When Will the Planet by Too Hot for Humans?"

INTO THE WILD

ASG—Associated Student Government

THE FORGE GARDEN Club

SCAAP ENACT

REAL FOOD CHALLENGE— Food System Fellows

FRN—Food Recovery Network

DPA16 Poets and more!

Drop in anytime for dynamic 15-min presentations by diverse campus clubs, student entrepreneurs, vendors, and artists working to express new ways of being, behaving and getting a grip on sustainable practices.

Why not do all the good we can do?  

From supporting green supply chains to running student governance with an eye on the climate crisis to joining global movements, THE GOOD MARKET, punctuated by poetry and art, can be your inspiration as you finish up your tUrn week experience. Grab your lunch or afternoon tea/coffee, and tune in!                                             

RSVP here for THE GOOD MARKET on ZOOM 

 

In an effort to effectively and efficiently provide co-curricular activities for the student body, the Center for Sustainability has developed a Student Sustainability Advisory Board. This group focuses on offering collaborative opportunities and projects each quarter, as well as serving as a two-way channel to the Center regarding student sustainability interests.

  Got an active, sustainable, student-driven cause on campus?

Consider joining the Student Sustainability Advisory Board 

Please contact sustainability@scu.edu for more information.

 

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3:30—4:30 PM

Change of event: The orignial talk scheduled for this tUrn headliner slot has been cancelled.

Instead of a presentation, a conversation with CS and many poeple involved with its programs will happen during this time. 

JOIN US FOR

Center for Sustainability Campus and Community Conversation: PLAYBOOKS, PROGRAMS and the FORGE GARDEN: 

A conversation about the programs and playbooks of the Center for Sustainability!

Join in a casual conversation to learn about how to integrate all aspects of the Center for Sustainability with your courses, community work, club meetings or other campus and community activities...bring your coffee or tea or water to a fun brainstorming session!

RSVP HERE for COMMUNITY CONVERSATION  ON ZOOM 

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F O C U S   O N   T H E   N E E D    T O    R E S T O R E . . .  R E P L E N I S H . . . R E H E A R S E !

F O R    P R E S E N T E R S ,   I N F O  &   T O   R S V P

C L I C K   O N   A R R O W  >  or on  T I T L E S    ABOVE   

 

 

 

 7—8 PM

BEGINNING LEVEL COMMUNITY DANCING CLASS

with MASTER DANCE CALLER CLAIRE TAKEMORI

Thursday and Friday of tUrn are dedicated to ACTION & RESTORATION!

This session should help us with both.

We've been referring to this as our BARNLESS BARN DANCE. In other words, sometimes you have to create the spirit of something as best as you can...even or especially while we shelter-in-place.

Drawing down global warming requires that everyone begin with simple steps, it requires a willingness to learn about other cultures and celebrate them, and it requires that we break up our normal routines...

dance can be a great image for us as we try to do all that.

Get moving after a long day in any small space you have available. You do not have to have your camera on. Master teacher of social dances including intricate contra dance, English, Scottish, Welsh and Americana dances, Claire Takemori, will demonstrate some lovely patterns and rhythms that will help you move into a beautiful mindset and maintain your health in this time of sedentary online spaces.

Dress comfortably and prepare to get some exercise!

All of the steps can be learned in any kind of shoes or barefoot or armwork can be learned from a chair.

Following this session there is a 15 minute break for water and then a reflection session on the whole tUrn week 8:15-9pm. Please join us for that as well on the same Zoom channel!

RSVP for tUrn COMMUNITY DANCE LIVE ON ZOOM

FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

tUrn HEADLINERS take a look at climate crisis from various academic, disciplinary and practitioner perspectives and help develop an awareness of the issues and possibilities for drawing down global warming and bringing all species, cultures and the whole human family along as we do it.

RSVPs open APRIL 1 

 

SUMMARY of tUrn HEADLINERS

F R I D A Y   A P R I L   2 4    

R E S E T…  R E P L E N I S H… R E S T O R E… R E H E A R S E...

11 AM — 3 PM: THE GOOD MARKET: SECURING SUSTAINABLE FUTURES ONE CHOICE AT A TIME. Student-Led Session​  

3:30–4:30 PM: THE FORGE GARDEN: HOW LOCAL FOOD SYSTEMS CAN BUILD RESILIENCE DURING TIMES OF CRISIS

7–8:00 PM: BARNLESS BARN DANCE COMMUNITY MOVEMENT SESSION for U with Claire Takemori

8:15–9 PM: Reflection: from WHY to WHY NOT?

 

SATURDAY APRIL 25

tUrn TUNEUP! 

tUrn tune-up 
(Image designed by Sophie Nguyen'20)
 

tUne-in to your need for contemplative quiet or vigorous exercise (or both) after a week of leaning in to the climate crisis. 

Tune-in to a morning or afternoon of music listening, reading, 

self-care, yoga, prayer, meditation 

or, where appropriate, following all social distancing and health precautions

take a vigorous walk or hike - 

take a picture of something beautiful you encountered 

or bring an idea to share with others at 3pm.

Meet up at 3pm with coffee/tea and connect with others about your time spent "tuning in". 

 

If you have RSVP'd or attended Friday's THE GOOD MARKET 11AM-3PM or the FRIDAY NIGHT REFLECTION SESSION 8:15-9:00 PM, tUrn TUNE-UP is the same Zoom link.