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Take Back Your Time Day at UCM

Be a part of the 10th annual Take Back Your Time Day event. The day is dedicated to you. The purpose is to set time aside to enjoy free time for yourself, friends and family. We’re overworked and schedules are so overloaded that society’s health and relationships are at risk.
So, take a day and dedicate it to yourself, your community or others, whichever you choose, make it count!

Schedule of events for Take Back Your Time Day
Wednesday, Oct. 23:

10-10:50 a.m.
We Are Superman

Elliott Student Union 238
Documentary viewing and discussion, part one
11-11:50 a.m.
We Are Superman

Elliott Student Union 238
Documentary and discussion, part two

 

Sponsored by the Center for Teaching and Learning’s Speaker Series Grant, UCM will show We are Superman, a documentary about the stories of a group of individuals working to transform their Kansas City, Mo., community. Both sessions will feature remarks by Father David Altschul, a UCM alumnus featured in the film.

Noon-2 p.m.
Take Back Your Time activities

Union Mall
Relax and enjoy various activities and games, learn how to take care of yourself, and display your wishes on the UCM Peace Tree.

12:15 p.m.
Peace Tree Dedication

Student Recreation and Wellness Center

UCM will install a peace tree where UCM students, faculty, staff and community may write down their wishes and hang them on the tree. These wishes will be collected and sent to the Imagine Peace Tower in Iceland to become part of a collection of wishes from around the world.

1 p.m.
Take Back Your Time Memorial Service

Alumni Chapel
A special memorial service for those who have lost loved ones to violence

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