The CommUNITY Living Committee is bringing a special guest, Emily P. Riderwood, to campus, to remind everyone about the 12 Principles of Considerate Conduct.
Following Pay it Forward month in May, the CommUNITY Living Committee asks you to continue the effort by passing it on.
Levern Allen of the CommUNITY Living Committee talks about Acts of Kindness, wrapping up April’s Pay it Forward month.
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 Bea Rodgers Member, CommUNITY Living Committee Welcome to Spring! (I think). As we begin to smell the new beginnings of grass, flowers, and tree buds and hear wonderful songbirds, we know that a new beginning is truly just around the corner. The CommUNITY Living Committee is continuing to explore creative ways of highlighting the…
The latest thoughts from the CommUNITY Living Committee
Libby Bernstein highlights how the 12 Principles of Considerate Conduct can be made into New Year’s Resolutions.
RAC, D&I, and CommUNITY Living will be sponsoring events in November and December to shed light on supporting inclusivity in our community
Bea Rodgers looks at the benefits of being thankful.
Meet Mz Emily P. Riderwood and her role with the CommUNITY Living Committee at Riderwood
How does environmentalism relate to the 12 principles of considerate conduct? Find out from CommUNITY Living Committee member Libby Bernstein.
Levern Allen, Co-Chair of the CommUNITY Living Committee, introduces “Emily P. Riderwood,” a new character who will demonstrate the principles of considerate conduct.