Mon, October 01, 2012"Seanchai" Batt Burns will bring his engaging brand of storytelling, which combines Irish folklore with witty jokes and evocative poetry, to campus on October 2.
Thu, September 27, 2012Fall Fest is going to take place on Sunday October 21, 2012 at Roba Family Farms. Volunteers are needed to be Buddies, who will team up with a child on the day of the event and participate in the different activities that are available at the farm. The number of Buddies able to come on the trip is limited. Volunteers are also needed to help with creating advertising for the event. Sign ups are in Campus Ministry, Swartz Center for Spiritual Life. Also, we are searching for another co-chair to serve on the committee planning the event. Individuals interested in serving on the committee for Fall Fest next year are preferred. Applications for this position are available in Campus Ministry. Please return the application to Campus Ministry once it is completed. If you have any questions, please contact Rachel Paukett (email@example.com) or Val Hughes (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Thu, September 27, 2012Come and join us in making quilts for the homeless, tomorrow, Friday, September 28, 2012 at 4:15 - 5:15 p.m., Campus Ministry, Swartz Center for Spiritual Life.
Wed, September 26, 2012The International Club is sponsoring a photo competition in conjunction with the upcoming lecture "Election 2012: The Impact on the Muslim World." Students, faculty, staff, and alumni are all welcome to submit their work.
Lecture at King's College - "With Liberty & Justice for Some? Race, Poverty, and Catholic Social Thought"
Tue, September 25, 2012Fr. Bryan Massingale, S.T.D., Professor of Theology at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin will present this year's Moreau lecture at King's College: "With Liberty and Justice for Some? Race, Poverty, and Catholic Social Thought." The same lecture will be given at 3:30 pm and 7:30 pm on Tuesday, October 2, at the Burke Auditorium of the McGowan School of Business, King's College, Wilkes-Barre. Lectures are free and open to the public.