Sex Expo held by the University Activities Board

Michigan State’s University Activities Board held a Sex Expo to educate students. Caroline Poole, UAB event programmer, said that it is difficult attracting students to educational events.”We really wanted that engaging component but we also wanted it to be educational,” Alessandra Alvares-Paines, freshman, said she enjoyed the games provided by the fraternity and learned some new things. “I’ve learned phrases for things like the actual term names and I’m learning about other ways to keep safe sex,” Paines said.

Prime Time leader, Jean Brisbo, leads a session on perspective.

Prime Time members take on fitness and health

The East Lansing Hannah Community Center holds programs for all ages. One area this community center focuses on is a senior citizen’s program called “Prime Time.” The nationally accredited Prime Time Seniors’ program allows people 55 or older to participate in programs that engage them emotionally, physically and intellectually. On Friday, Feb. 17, there will be a “Smart Eating for Smart Thinking” program, held from 1-2 p.m. at the community center, led by Emily Ostrowski, a nutritionist at Sparrow Hospital. “I’m a registered dietitian, clinical registered dietitian.