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  • Welcome to Peace by P.E.A.C.E. at Columbia University!
    beginning of the semester and are placed in classrooms that fit their schedules our scheduling is very flexible Each classroom is made up of a mixture of returning and new volunteers and each co group has at least one experienced member of our Steering Committee to help guide you through the curriculum You can be involved regardless of your experience with kids or teaching Volunteers develop rewarding relationships with both

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  • Welcome to Peace by P.E.A.C.E. at Columbia University!
    2006 and updated by Zachary Avigan in 2015 All rights reserved Republication or redistribution of www columbia edu cu peace content including by linking framing or similar means is prohibited without prior written consent Return Home Home Volunteers Schools Festival

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  • Welcome to Peace by P.E.A.C.E. at Columbia University!
    3 Point of View What is a Point of View How do different Points of View start conflicts How can our understanding of Point of View help us prevent conflicts Unit 4 Conflict and Community How can violence in schools affect the community Why are communities important How can we prevent conflicts in our community Unit 5 Pride How do we feel when we do something good How can we be proud without hurting others Unit 6 Communication How do body language and word choices influence interactions with others How can we communicate our feelings without starting a conflict What is an I statement and how do they help solve conflicts Unit 7 Negotiation Skills in Conflict What are the steps of negotiation How can we negotiate to solve a conflict How can we compromise with others to solve conflicts Unit 8 Cooperation When and how can we ask others for help How can cooperating with others in our community help create an environment with less conflict SPRING SEMESTER CURRICULUM Unit 9 Reviewing Peace by P E A C E What did we learn last semester Reviewing the 3 C s of conflict Conflict Communication and Compromise What is a win win game Unit 10 Bullying Part 1 What is Bullying Who are the major players in bullying and what are the different types What are the consequences of bullying for an individual For a community Unit 11 Bullying Part 2 What do we do How can we respond to bullying How can we stop bullying in our community by being an upstander Unit 12 Self Image and Diversity Why is diversity important What makes us unique Is it bad to be different Unit 13 Stereotypes and Prejudice How do stereotypes affect how we treat a person How does it

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  • Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI) - Columbia University - Omega Chapter
    within the academic setting with the aim that they will become fully contributing members of society In pursuit of this mission the Fraternity promotes five core values Our five core values FRIENDSHIP brings us together and is the basis of our brotherhood It provides us with the platform to develop individually and collectively KNOWLEDGE is the primary reason our members attend college and the key to fuller richer life We understand that our common pursuit of knowledge is the strongest bond and hence every brother s priority SERVICE is the recognition of our obligation to give back to the campus and community that foster our growth Complementing academics service enables us to connect to the community to which we belong and in doing so enrich our college experience MORALITY is our commitment to do what is right in all our relationships It is something all brothers strive to attain It is our guiding light in our daily actions and encounters EXCELLENCE is the achievement of the full potential of the chapter and the individual members As our standard we aspire to perform beyond the expectations of others to be men of the highest potential and quality Service Service is an integral function of brotherhood and Columbia FIJIs have shown a commitment to volunteering in the community that justifies the maxims of our creed While living in New York City provides a wealth of opportunities it also makes us constantly aware of injustice that occurs around our campus every day Some community service activities that brothers participate in include 1 2 3 4 5 Slider Website by WOWSlider com v4 3m Scholarship With each semester come new opportunities for the brothers of FIJI to be recognized for their excellence in academic achievement one of the core values of the fraternity For

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  • Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI) - Columbia University - Omega Chapter
    Luccarelli New York NY Chemistry Pre Med CC 16 Nik Nayar Yardley PA Economics CC 16 Jon Cohen New York NY Political Science CC 16 Kambi Gathesha Nairobi Kenya African History GS 15 Mischa Beumer Saratoga Springs NY MESAAS GS 15 CLASS OF 2017 Ryo Kono New York NY Operations Research SEAS 17 Carl Yin Chapel Hill NC Economics CC 17 Mitchell Gouzenko Sydney Australia Applied Math SEAS 17 Arshia Aalami Roslyn NY BME Pre Med SEAS 17 Dan Hong Sydney Australia Operations Research SEAS 17 Ankit Shah Biloxi MS Operations Research SEAS 17 Jibben Hillen Amherst MA Operations Research SEAS 17 Josh Sekhar Toronto Canada Economics CC 17 Chase Morris Calabasas CA Financial Economics CC 17 Abhinaba Chatterjee Syosset NY Physics Pre Med SEAS 17 Allen Shin Hewlett NY Biology Pre Med CC 17 Elliot Xu West Windsor NJ Biology Pre Med CC 17 Dominick Fulgieri Port Washington NY Economics CC 17 Brandon Marco Houston TX History CC 17 CLASS OF 2018 Sid Singh Chicago IL Unknown CC 18 Nick Kensinger Arlington VA Unknown CC 18 Ceaser Chabla Macas Ecuador Mechanical Eng SEAS 18 Sam Ravani Davis CA Financial Economics CC 18 JP Gatica Miami FL Unknown CC 18 Cesar Trujillo Palmdale CA Unknown SEAS 18 Alex Swanson London England Gender Studies CC 18 Brandon Moyer Ypsilanti MI Unknown SEAS 18 Spencer Cohen New York NY Unknown CC 18 Brian Gao Plano TX Unknown CC 18 Ethan Adams Fuchu Japan Unknown CC 18 Bhumipak Auewarakul Bangkok Thailand Unknown SEAS 18 Luke Shirley Boise ID Unknown CC 18 Graduate Brothers CLASS OF 2015 Peam Chiaravanond Bangkok Thailand Economics CC 15 Will Macaulay Bronxville NY Film Studies CC 15 David Harris Mequon WI Political Science CC 15 Jason Yang Alpine NJ Biology Pre Med CC 15 Evan Murphy Seattle WA Economics

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  • Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI) - Columbia University - Omega Chapter
    to get to know each recruit on a personal level as well as for each recruit to feel comfortable with the brothers of Phi Gamma Delta before deciding to pledge The chapter does not compromise to fill any quotas for our pledge class rather we issue bids only to those men who fit the selective mold of the chapter At the start of rush we host an array of events open to anyone interested in fraternity life Some of our successful past events have included tailgates at Baker Field excursions to Brighton Beach and Coney Island Sunday afternoon wings and football in the FIJI housing laser tag and ping pong activities As the rush period begins to draw to a close we host more intimate events that are invitation only These include dinners at fine local establishments such as the world renowned Dallas BBQ restaurant as well as dinners with graduate brothers downtown at various restaurant and lounge venues Once the rush period is closed the brothers of Phi Gamma Delta will review each recruit individually and vote whether or not to extend a bid Once the potential members receive the bid and they accept they will begin the pledge

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  • Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI) - Columbia University - Omega Chapter
    RUSH MEDIA ALUMNI CONTACT VIDEOS MUSIC Videos Music Phi Gamma Delta Song MP3s Phi Gamma Delta Song Lyrics 2015 Phi Gamma Delta Omega Chapter All Rights Reserved Website created and

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  • Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI) - Columbia University - Omega Chapter
    opportunity for maintaining relationships among FIJIs as well as forging new ones A motto that we live by is that FIJI is Not For College Days Alone During Homecoming we welcome our graduate brothers to once again partake in our tailgate activities in support of the Columbia Lions In the spring our annual Pig Dinner is an annual gathering of all local and distant Phi Gams to convene connect and reconnect with both graduate and undergraduate brothers We hold a semesterly Career Night where graduate brothers can discuss their career paths and provide guidance for undergraduates We also have regularly schedule events with local graduate brothers downtown at the famed McSorley s a favorite meeting spot among FIJIs for its warm and lively atmosphere If you would like more information regarding Homecoming Pig Dinner or any of our other alumni events please contact our Corresponding Secretary Contact info The annual Pig Dinner Omega Newsletter The Owl Letter is the newsletter for the Omega Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta We publish The Owl Letter once a semester with updates on events and newsworthy items If you would like to be added to the mailing list please contact our Corresponding Secretary Contact

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