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The Body Project

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/involvementCategory: Be well—Healthy Living Be well—Resilience Be well—Self-Knowledge Remote Skills21 Student services Student wellness hub

Navigating Wellness

6Apr202310:00
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Lunch and Learn at MORSL: Spiritual Identity

7Mar202312:00
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MORSL, 3610 Rue McTavish 36-2, Montreal, Quebec, CA/involvementCategory: Be well—Resilience Be well—Self-Knowledge Skills21 Spirituality Student services

Lunch and Learn at MORSL: Navigating Uncertainties

14Mar202312:00
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MORSL, 3610 Rue McTavish 36-2, Montreal, Quebec, CA/involvementCategory: Be well—Healthy Living Be well—Resilience Be well—Self-Knowledge Skills21 Spirituality Student services

Navigating Wellness

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/involvementCategory: Be well—Healthy Living Be well—Resilience Be well—Self-Knowledge Skills21 Student services Student wellness hub

Skills for Strategic Procrastination

29Mar202310:30
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/involvementCategory: Be well—Healthy Living Be well—Resilience Be well—Self-Knowledge Skills21 Student services Student wellness hub

Learning and Memory

3Feb202311:00
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/involvementCategory: Remote Skills21 Student services

The Art of Taking Exams

10Feb202311:00
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/involvementCategory: Remote Skills21 Student services

Skills for Managing Exam Anxiety

16Mar202314:00
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