iLive

To succeed at Stanford and beyond, it is important to optimize both physical and mental health through healthy lifestyle choices and habits. The A3C iLive series aims to dispel misconceptions, increase awareness, and encourage dialogue about health and well-being topics relevant to Asian Americans, as well as to introduce students to resources on campus. The Asian American Activities Center is a University Department under the Office of the Vice Provost for Student Affairs. For more information visit http://a3c.stanford.edu

Questions? Contact iLive Coordinator, Tiffany Cao at tcao33@stanford.edu

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How do you manage conflict in your friendships and relationships?
Do you worry that your college friendships are not as deep as high school friendships?
How do you balance different groups of friends on top of commitments and school?

Friendships & Relationships

Starting college, we leave old friendships behind and begin developing new relationships. It might be hard having meaningful conversations with people we have recently met. Investing in relationships while studying and job-searching as a student is a challenging balancing process. Complicating college relationships more is the fact that we live with and constantly see our friends. Come join us in a conversation with Dr. Alejandro Martinez on developing and maintaining friendships as the end of The Draw and the arrival of summer.

Featuring: Dr. Alejandro Martinez, Associate Dean, Dean of Students Office

Date: Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Time: 6:00 – 7:00 pm (Dinner provided)
Where: Asian American Activities Center Couchroom (located on the 2nd floor of Old Union Clubhouse)

Please RSVP by 11:59 pm Friday, April 22, 2016

Questions? Contact iLive Coordinator, Tiffany Cao at tcao33@stanford.edu

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