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Healthy U Events

Healthy U volunteers plan, design, create, and host interactive outreach events to educate peers on health and wellness related topics.

They also facilitate interactive and engaging presentations, tablings, and workshops to students.

Check out some of the past events!


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Wellness Check-In Booth

This tabling was in collaboration with the International Students Community Centre and students had the chance to chat with our Peer Health Educators about health and wellness related topics, and to talk about exam stress and healthy coping strategies.


Relaxation Room

Relaxation Room

Volunteers shared information about the importance of taking breaks, various kinds of breaks and ideas around the "grind culture"!


Quality Over Quantity Study Workshop

Volunteers shared information about self-care, physical health and study tips with students in a fun workshop about studying!



Volunteers invited students to share their favourite study and feel good songs!

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"Chill Out Bro" Tabling

Volunteers encouraged students to engage in holistic well-being practices and develop healthy coping strategies in a way that will maximize student time.


"Want to Boost Your GPA? Go to Sleep!" Tabling

Students were told the benefits of sleep. There were Items to make a sleep package including ear plugs, tea bags, and information sheets from sleep package


"Smashing the Scale" Tabling

Students engaged in conversations with volunteers about body image and the ways they measure their health


Volunteers emphasized that you can be body positive while actively striving to maintain your physical health.


“Eat Right Game Night” Nutrition bingo

An event held in residence educating students on healthy eating choices. This event included a demonstration on creating simple and healthy ‘mason jar meals’, and students received mini recipe books.


"Pour me a Drink!" Tabling

Students were invited to pour themselves a drink with different alcohol concentrations.


There were beer googles that distorted their vision based on the ‘amount’ of alcohol they had.

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