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Head of the Peacock reimagined
Like everything during the pandemic, the Head of the Peacock race was a very different this year. However, like with everything else, the Wheaton community found a way to successfully meet yet another challenge with safety protocols in place. In its 30th year, the event in which students craft vessels to race across Peacock Pond took place in Balfour Natatorium.
Listen to understand rather than to respond
Ishaan Madan ’22 Biochemistry major Marshall Center intergroup dialogue facilitator Describe your role as a facilitator. “We work with another person to research and plan out weekly dialogues before co-facilitating with a small group of people. A lot of time goes into understanding the overall theme and then boiling it down into 10 dialogue discussions. […]
Talking to others provides valuable perspective
Brooke Musial ’21 Anthropology major Marshall Center intergroup dialogue facilitator Why did you want to be a facilitator? “I absolutely loved being involved with intergroup dialogues as a participant, and I found the conversations I was having to be extremely meaningful and valuable. Before becoming an intergroup dialogue facilitator, I had a decent knowledge base […]
‘Challenge the idea and not the person’
Alyssa Armstrong ’21 Political science major Marshall Center intergroup dialogue facilitator Tell us about your role as a facilitator. “As a dialogue facilitator, it is our responsibility to ensure that our conversations are just as educational and fruitful as they are fun. We work in pairs and collaborate to propose activities and discussion questions that […]