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Women's Group - Delight Ministries

Women's Group- Thursdays at 9pm,  Swartz Center, McGowan Community Room


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Women's Group - Delight Ministries

Women's Group- Thursdays at 9pm,  Swartz Center, McGowan Community Room


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Upcoming Performances

Upcoming Performances

Nina Kouznetsov and Val Bourgeon, Violin Recital with a Twist
Marian Chapel
Sep 30 (Sun), 3:00PM

Fall Theatre Performance: Wonder of The World
SLC Main Theatre
Oct 5 (Fri), 7:30PM

Oct 6 (Sat), 7:30PM


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Upcoming Performances

Nina Kouznetsov and Val Bourgeon, Violin Recital with a Twist
Marian Chapel
Sep 30 (Sun), 3:00PM

Fall Theatre Performance: Wonder of The World
SLC Main Theatre
Oct 5 (Fri), 7:30PM

Oct 6 (Sat), 7:30PM


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Galleries on Campus

Art Galleries

2018 Marywood Art Faculty Biennial

Mahady Gallery | Sep 20, 2018 - Oct 13, 2018

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Art Galleries

2018 Marywood Art Faculty Biennial

Mahady Gallery | Sep 20, 2018 - Oct 13, 2018

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1965 snow covered car


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1968-library-dedication-4

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memorial arch red leaves fall

Kousa Dogwood

Cornus kousa

Kousa dogwoods are native to Japan, Korea and China. Small deciduous tree grows to 30' tall and wider than 30'. Autumn leaves turn a reddish purple. The fruit look like large raspberries. The flowers are small greenish yellow surrounded by four large pointed creamy white bracts. Bark on older trees develops a camouflage like appearance. Prefers moist, fertile, acidic well drained soil in full sun. A very useful four season tree.


Family: Cornaceae
Type: Ornamental
Origin: Asia
Season: Spring

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Kousa Dogwood

Cornus kousa

Kousa dogwoods are native to Japan, Korea and China. Small deciduous tree grows to 30' tall and wider than 30'. Autumn leaves turn a reddish purple. The fruit look like large raspberries. The flowers are small greenish yellow surrounded by four large pointed creamy white bracts. Bark on older trees develops a camouflage like appearance. Prefers moist, fertile, acidic well drained soil in full sun. A very useful four season tree.


Family: Cornaceae
Type: Ornamental
Origin: Asia
Season: Spring

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