The THRIVE Week planning group is pleased to announce that musician Robb Nash will be delivering the keynote talk and musical performance. All staff and students are invited and free pizza lunch is provided.
The award-winning Robb Nash Project is a registered Canadian charity that engages young people through the power of music and storytelling to inspire hope and encourage positive life choices. He sensitively tackles serious issues like addiction, self-harm, and suicide while exuding positive energy.
According to Robb, “We help people discover their gifts, rather than focus on their failings. We help them to learn not just to survive, but to lead a life of significance.”
Check out a short video of Robb’s story here: https://www.robbnash.com/who-we-are/
Date: Wednesday, November 7th
Location: The Cave Lounge, Notre Dame Campus
Free pizza lunch will be provided to all who attend, while supplies last.
During THRIVE Week we take time to reflect on the role of self-care and balance on developing positive mental health that supports academic and career success. This year, THRIVE will be held November 5-9.
Events and activities provide an opportunity for rest, social connection, physical activity, fun, personal growth, and learning.
The week long series of events is a partnership between the RRC Students’ Association and the Healthy Minds Healthy College Initiative.
Check out the NDC Thrive Guide and EDC Thrive Guide to see the full slate of activities.