Marywood University architecture students built toys for Friendship House.
Ann and David Hawk, long time supporters of Marywood University, were celebrated for their generosity to the University and the community by having the gallery space in the new Center for Architectural Studies named in their honor.
Marywood University's Art Department presents the Masters Exhibition by two Master of Arts in Art Education students, Kimberly Borsuk and Jennifer Piconi. The exhibit opens with a reception on Saturday, Decemeber 5 from 5 - 7 p.m. It will be displayed through December 17, in the Suraci Gallery, Shields Center for Visual Arts.
Marywood University Department of Music, Theatre, and Dance present free holiday concerts for the community.
The women's soccer team claimed Marywood's first ever post-season tournament by winning the ECAC South Region Championship.
Marywood University Assistant Professor of Education and Educational Leadership, Dr. Joseph Polizzi will be hosting a community showing of the hitting education expose documentary, Race to Nowhere at the Dietrich Theater on East Tioga Street at 1:30pm Sunday, December 5. A discussion session with a panel of seasoned education experts spanning specialties and experiences will be included in the presentation. Race to Nowhere is part of a nationwide movement of community screenings that use the film as the centerpiece for a growing national dialogue on the dangers and pitfalls of education's current "race to nowhere" mentality and ignite a call for change.
Marywood University's Student Government Association (SGA) sponsored the "Helping Hands Turkey" fundraiser to benefit the United Way of Wayne and Lackawanna Counties.
In conjunction with the United Neighborhood Center, Marywood University's Campus Ministry sponsored "Adopt-a-Family" to help local families celebrate Thanksgiving.
Abandoned mine shafts beneath campus, long perceived as an unusable relic of an industrial past, have a new purpose in the quest for alternative energy sources.
Members of the Marywood community recently gathered at the ribbon cutting of Maxis Lane.