Welcome To Ware College House

Ware College House is buzzing with programs, groups and committees. The House sponsors trips to museums, performing arts events, amusement parks and more. From numerous hall events to weekly dinners with interesting people to open mic nights, the House is a happening place. Ware Family Dinners on Monday with a hot, hearty meal, and Sunday brunch in McClelland Hall are popular recurring events. The size and configuration of rooms and suites in Ware vary greatly, though everyone loves being in the heart of the Quad and campus. Ware boasts a library, music practice rooms, a fitness room, McClelland Café, computer labs, study rooms, seminar rooms, a central lounge with pool and foosball tables, and a rooftop video and gaming lounge. In addition to our spectacular building and amenities, you can borrow a bicycle!


Ware College House Survey

Fill out the Ware College House survey today!


Click HERE


Give us your input and make suggestions!
Give us 3 words that symbolize Ware to you!
Tell us about your RA or GA!


Please fill out the survey before December 22nd. 


 


 


 


Winter Wellness Week

Free fitness and wellness programming at Pottruck! De-stress with free chair massage, free group fitness classes, free premium fitness, and the Winter Wellness Expo on Wednesday, 12/14 10:30am-12:30pm!


 


 


Increase and Sustain Energy, Mindfully

Increase and Sustain Energy, Mindfully


When our energy is low in life, have you noticed how our mind functions? We are irritable, it is difficult to focus or get things done, we are more negatively affected by difficult events, and we are less confident in ourselves. Yogic practices offer many secrets to increasing energy quickly and in a sustainable way, as does meditation.


Come experience a few techniques and secrets of the mind to increase and sustain energy.


Anyone can attend these programs. Requires no prior experience.  


Houston Hall
Saturday 12/10 6:30-7:30
tinyurl.com/recharge-energy



 


Winter Break Info

The Quad houses (Fisher-Hassenfeld, Ware, and Riepe) will close on Friday, December 23rd at 12pm. They will reopen on Saturday, January 7th at 9am


Remember to:


  • close windows (fine of $50 or more if windows are left open)

  • turn thermostat to 65°

  • throw away trash

  • lock doors
Have a nice break!

Wrapping Station

Come to Bodine 313 to wrap your gifts this holiday season! Wrapping paper, scissors, tape, and tea are all provided!


Ware Holiday Donation!

What's a great way to get in the holiday spirit? Hot Chocolate, Elf, and GIVING.
 


Ware House Council wants to help our College House (partially) get in the holiday spirit!
 


We want to donate any money that residents of Ware can spare to a charity of Ware's choice. Stop by MoBo Lounge to vote for the charity you think will make the biggest impact in our community (Also come by to see House Council's rad decorations). If you're willing to spare a couple dollars, drop off your donations to a member of House Council or a jar in the House Office (Bodine 310)! The voting and donations will be open between Friday, December 2nd, and Wednesday, December 14th.


Call for applications: Music Fellowship

These single-semester fellowships are intended to support the implementation of a performance-centered project, as designed and proposed by the music fellow; a fellowship will award one semester of one-hour weekly private lessons with an instrument or vocal instructor currently listed with the department. If the student is already enrolled in MUSC 10, then s/he will instead receive a cash award of $500. 


Applications are being accepted through December 12, 2016.  Click HERE for more details and to apply.


Amistad Gallery Opening

The Amistad Gallery at the W.E.B. Du Bois College House presents The Afro-Latinx Experience: Philadelphia Stories by Sandra Andino, Ph.D. This is an audio-visual documentary that addresses the intersection of racial identity, racial, and blackness. A talk back with Dr. Andino is scheduled for Thursday, November 17 from 7:30-9pm.  A closing performance with members of Raices de Borinquen, a folkloric music and dance group, will take place on Thursday, December 8 from 7:30-8:30pm. 


Questions can be directed to Rhina Duquela, Du Bois College House Dean, by calling 215-898-3677 or via email at rduquela@upenn.edu.