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WPI and the Student Activities Office would like to encourage all students and student organizations to become involved in community service.
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How wonderful it is that no one has to wait, but can start right now to gradually change the world! ~ Anne Frank
It is difficult to say what is impossible, for the dream of yesterday is the hope of today and the reality of tomorrow. ~ Dr. Robert H. Goddard
The best way to predict the future is to invent it. ~ Alan Kay
Don't forget: today, all your completed community service forms must be turned into the Office of Financial Aid TODAY!
Don't forget: You have until May 6th to get all your Community Service Work Study hours in to be eligible for FWS next year!!!
Celebrate Arbor Day with GWLT by planting trees on conservation land this Saturday, May 3rd! The trees planted will serve as natural fences on some of our properties. We will be "hopscotching" from property to property. You can join us for one location or travel along with us! At 8:00 am, we are planting trees at Cascading Waters (135 Olean Street). From 9:00 am to 10:00 am, we will be planting trees at Trinity Woods (near the intersection of Bryn Mawr and Trinity Avenues). From 10:00 am to 11:00 am, we plant trees at Bovenzi (meet between 52 and 56 Ridgewood Road). From 11:15 am to about noon, we are planting trees at Elmer's Seat (near 18 Pleasant Street, Boylston). We will have gloves and some planting tools available, but it would be wonderful if you could bring along your favorite shovel or tool for planting small trees with long roots. Milk jugs filled with water would also be helpful. We want to make sure the trees are well watered! Hope to see you on Saturday!
Moving Out Drive! Don’t Throw It Out! Wednesday, April 30th – Friday, May 2nd – 10AM – 3PM Monday, May 5th and Tuesday, May 6th – 10AM – 3PM Bring clothing and non-perishable food items to East Hall and the Wedge to be donated to those in need
When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be.
"...I come here today...not just because you are doing well and because you are outstanding students, but because we expect something of you. And unless in this free country of ours we are able to demonstrate that we are able to make this society work and progress, unless we can hope that from you we are going to get back all of the talents which society has helped develop in you, then, quite obviously, all the hopes of all of us that freedom will not only endure but prevail, of course, will be disappointed. So we ask the best of you...I congratulate you on what you have done, and most of all I congratulate you on what you are going to do." ~ "Remarks in New York City to the National Convention of the Catholic Youth Organization (463)," November 15, 1963, Public Papers of the Presidents: John F. Kennedy, 1963.