2020 Silver Linings Submissions

Happy New Year, WSU Applebaum family!

Let's admit it, 2020 was an unbelievable and challenging year. As a college, we demonstrated resilience and flexibility beyond our expectations. In addition to studying and doing our jobs remotely, the time that was previously spent commuting may have allowed us to learn new things or do things that we previously enjoyed, like cooking, playing an instrument, painting, sewing, baking bread, walking our dogs, etc.

Silver Linings Mentimeter

I call those "silver lining" opportunities of the pandemic. A silver lining is a sign of hope or a positive aspect in an otherwise negative situation.

In the form below, share a silver lining that you have enjoyed over the past 10 months. 

  • If it's a delicious meal or recipe, share that and include a photo. 
  • If it's a craft, such as knitting, needlepoint, painting, etc., include a photo and let us know what this craft has brought to your life. 
  • If it's a life hack or something that solves an organizational dilemma, share the details and a photo. 
  • If it's a picture of your favorite people or fur baby, share a picture and description. 

Think of this as your contribution to the year in review. Depending on how many we get, we have plans to highlight your contributions. Submit as many as you want. This form will close at 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2021. 

In the meantime, take care of yourself and your loved ones.

Stay Warrior Safe and Warrior Strong.
Dr. Mary K. Clark 🌺
Assistant Dean of Student Affairs
Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

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