Described by attendees as their “mini retreat,” residents meet anywhere from once and week to once a month with trained group facilitators, usually a senior or graduate student hall staff member.
Some Topics Covered: Change a Tire, Tie a Tie, and Ironing • Entrepreneurship • Ethics and Sports • Finals • Gender Relations and Notre Dame • Goal Setting • Healthy Relationships • How to Avoid the Friendzone • How to Experiment with Life • How to have Great Conversations • How to Retire Early • Is Chivalry Dead? • Learning to Cook • Learning to Ice Skate • Living with Defeat • Meditation • Men and Alcohol • Men and Body Image • Men and Family • Men and Fitness • Men and Friendship • Men and Happiness • Men and Marriage • Men and Media • Men and Music • Men and Notre Dame • Men and Nutrition • Men and Pornography • Men and Race • Men and Spirituality • Men and Violence • Moral Dilemmas • Pursuit of Excellence • Same Love • Servant Leadership • Service and Government • Video Games • Vocation • What are you Thankful For? • What do you look for in a Significant Other? • What does it mean to be a Man? • Work-Life Balance
“This has been the highlight of my year. An awesome addition to residence life.”
“It’s a relaxing bonding experience that fosters a sense of community with guys in your dorm, where you only have to commit one hour of your week.”
For more information, or to start a group in your hall, contact John Johnstin, Assistant Director for Outreach, Student Leadership and Assessment, at firstname.lastname@example.org.