Wed, April 14, 2010The last Angel's Attic day for the semester is this Friday, April 16. Come make a difference at United Neighborhood Center's clothing and food pantry. Meet at the Campus Ministry office at 2:30 p.m. Transportation will be provided and we will be returning around 5 p.m. For more information, contact Victoria Clarizio, email@example.com.
Wed, April 14, 2010Volunteer Opportunity: four people needed ASAP to help a Mom with a baby move boxes out of her small apartment, located on 1300 block of Adams Avenue. People will bring boxes, loading and unloading them into a U-Haul. Call Rae at (724) 712-0857.
Mon, April 12, 2010Marywood University will hold an Electronics Recycling event on April, 17 from 9a.m.-2p.m. in the “Pit” parking lot. (Directional signs will be posted throughout campus.) Individuals, businesses, and organizations are encouraged to bring their old electronic items to campus to be properly recycled by Waste Management. Last year, members of the community brought in over 7.2 tons of electronics for recycling. This year, the recycling event committee hopes to double that amount and collect 15 tons of recyclable electronics. Almost all electronic equipment that plug- in or has embedded batteries will be accepted. Examples of the most commonly collected items are as follows: computer monitors, keyboards, CPUs, printers, cell phones, televisions, VCRs, stereo equipment, fax machines, and corded and cordless phones.
Mon, April 12, 2010Marywood University’s Business and Managerial Science Program and Net Impact NEPA present their annual Forum on Business Ethics, Leadership & Corporate Social Responsibility on Tuesday, April 20 starting at 5 p.m. in the Latour Room, Nazareth Student Center.
Mon, April 12, 2010Marywood University’s Criminal Justice Club will host a presentation from Garry Dreese on turning life’s struggles into opportunities on Wednesday, April 14 at 7 p.m. in Media Room 160, Learning Resource Center. Mr. Dreese was indicted on federal drug charges and will speak about his experience and the obstacles he faced in jail and on parole, as well as the transition back into society.