The CommUNITY Living Committee is bringing a special guest, Emily P. Riderwood, to campus, to remind everyone about the 12 Principles of Considerate Conduct.
Riderwood is filled with life, not just of residents and staff, but wildlife, as well. Co-Chair of the Habitat Subcommittee of the Riderwood Sustainability Committee, Margie Steffans, highlights some of her favorite wildlife that she has seen from her apartment.
Following Pay it Forward month in May, the CommUNITY Living Committee asks you to continue the effort by passing it on.
Reverend James Bell celebrates the diversity of the community and emphasizes that all are welcome.
The Riderwood Recycling Committee provides some information about how the food we eat can have a profound effect on the environment.
Levern Allen of the CommUNITY Living Committee talks about Acts of Kindness, wrapping up April’s Pay it Forward month.
Director of Resident Life Lori Simpson discusses a little-considered element of diversity: disability.
By Becky Griffin Program Chair, CommUNITY Living Committee The CommUNITY Living Committee is working to support the belief that Riderwood is a very special place to live, work and visit. In keeping with our mission to focus on the joys and challenges of living in a close community, we have designated April as “Pay it…
By Shanna Gordon Member, Communications Committee This January, the Riderwood Communications Committee sought out the voices of a diverse group of residents through nine focus group sessions. In independent living, we randomly selected participants and invited them to attend one of two sessions held in their clubhouse. We also held a focus group during the…
By Chris Taydus Editor-In-Chief News stories about social media tend to be on the more negative side of the spectrum. Facebook’s latest court case is more likely to make the 10 o’clock news than a woman in San Francisco who got the opportunity to see her new granddaughter in New York on the day she…
Editor-in-Chief Chris Taydus discusses tips for having difficult conversations.
Libby Bernstein highlights how the 12 Principles of Considerate Conduct can be made into New Year’s Resolutions.