Dorm life edition
On Oct. 13, which would have been a typical Sunday night in the Delta M. Jackson Dorsch Complex on UVI St. Croix campus, the Resident Assistants had an open forum discussion about sex, drugs and alcohol. Following the discussion was an ice cream social and a piñata filled with adult surprises.
RA Sheena Tonge as she made the final preperations for the ice cream social
AJah Richard, Alternate RA, enjoyed his ice cream in the Residence Hall Conference Room.
Digging in! : Residents partake in filling their bowls with varying flavors of Icecream and Syrup.
NSE Student, Linda Forrester, Waiting for the best part; The Piñata.
A llama shaped piñata filled with adult treats as part of the Forum.
The wait is over and Linda is loving the spoils of her hit to Mr. Piñata. His leg is all hers while other residents grab the rest
No peaking! Residents were blindfolded tightly to make sure no one cheated in the game.
Ranique Webster is ready to strike. Tread softly when you carry a big stick
Residents prepare next challenger to hit the pinata, however there was a little bit too much spinning.
Contraceptives for everybody!! The Pinata was filled with adult goodies for the residents.
Even the piñata got a date for after the party. Let’s hope the goodies from him are put to good use.
Residence Hall Open House Day
Oct. 16 is the day that marked the Residence Hall’s seasonal Open House Day. During Open House Day, the Residence Hall is open to visitors wanting to know more about UVI’s Delta M. Jackson Dorsch Complex.
Sighted during open house day over the course of ribbon week were a puzzle completed by residents of the dormitory, the residents themselves, a room decorated in honor of Domestic Violence and a Collage featuring all the Awareness events in October such as the red ribbon for drug abuse, the pink ribbon for Breast Cancer, and the purple ribbon for Domestic Violence.