First Semester Photo Montage Anabel Chang

The North Campus Orientation was a tremendous success. Being able to meet my fellow classmates and the people I will share the next two years of my life with was amazing because it gave me the opportunity to see the kind of driven people we are. Also, listening to current Honors College students gave us the opportunity to get a closer look as in to how the next two years will feel like at the North Campus.
It was an absolute honor to attend Remarks by President Obama on behalf of the Honors College. Being in an audience in front of a world leader and listening to his view on the healthcare system felt surreal. President Obama gave a speech on the Affordable Health Care Act where many students, press members, and others members of the audience will not forget.
On October 26, 2016 was the Honors College Induction Ceremony. The auditorium was filled with friends and family and many distinguished guests. Becoming officially a student at the Honors College was an honor and a privilege and receiving our pins was certainly the highlight of the night. We were engaged and enjoyed the night with speeches and performances.
Protocol Seminar 2016 was an unforgettable experience. Being selected to attend this seminar meant a great deal and allowed us to attain many new skills. Through the seminar we learned proper dining etiquette and how to be professional in a business setting.
At the 2016 Walk to End Alzheimer's many individuals came out to support a great cause and help the event prosper. Not only were there hundreds of people walking for a cause but many came out to volunteer and use their skills for a greater good. This event showcased what fun truly is while supporting a great cause. Allowing us to get this hands on experience and provide our full support for the event.
The Miami Book Fair was great for people of all ages. As I conducted surveys on behalf of the book fair I was able to meet authors and people just enjoying the event. At the fair people had the chance to watch authors speak on their books, purchase books, and participate in fun activities.
Stop the Stigma on Mental Illnesses event for NAMI was a success. Students were able to go to our different tables and learn what it is to be aware on mental illnesses. We provided educational pamphlets, administered quizzes, and gave sample scenarios. All to our amazement students came out and supported the issue and was very engaged. Meeting all sorts of students on campus showed how we can all support the issue and stop the stigma.
The Holiday De-Stress Colloquium was our final colloquium of the fall semester and was unforgettable. As it is our first, year we were able to layback at this colloquium and enjoy each others company through ice cream sundaes and friendly games of chess, corn hole, and musical chairs.

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