Tue, November 08, 2011Christmas Giving Tree Program Registration (Through The End of the Semester) Share Holiday cheer with people in need in the local community! Christmas Giving Trees are set-up in Regina Hall, Nazareth Student Center, McGowan Center, Marian Chapel and Center for Healthy Families from early November through mid-December. Trees have ornaments for children of all ages, elderly persons, and homeless individuals. Anyone interested in purchasing a gift that will be donated to a local child, elderly, or homeless individual should take the appropriate ornament, purchase a gift and deliver the gift with tag attached to Campus Ministry, Swartz Center for Spiritual Life, by December 5. Gifts are donated to places such as Friends of the Poor, St. Anthony's Haven Men / Women Shelter, Our Lady of Peace, United Neighborhood Centers, EOTC, and Holy Family Residence.
Fri, November 04, 2011On Sunday, November 6, Marywood's Wind Ensemble will perform "Angels in the Architecture" at the Sette La Verghetta Center for the Performing Arts. The event is free and open to the public.
Fri, November 04, 2011During Reunion Weekend, many fellow Marywood Alumni shared their thoughts, experiences and memories about their time spent at Marywood University. Listen to their stories about their favorite teachers, their friendships, their relationships and what they tell other people about Marywood University by visiting Marywood’s YouTube page.
Wed, November 02, 2011The Tournées French Film Festival is bringing films like Gods and Men and Persepolis to campus. The series will begin on November 4 and run through November 18. All screenings are free and open to the public.
Wed, November 02, 2011As part of our efforts to cultivate interfaith and inter-cultural cooperation on and beyond our campus, the Marywood Interfaith and Community Service Task Force is happy to invite you to a lecture by Professor Abdullah T. Antepli, Duke University, on The Necessity of Interfaith Dialog: A Muslim Perspective. Please join us on Monday, November 7th at 5:30 p.m. in the Latour Room, Nazareth Hall. This lecture is free and open to the public Refreshments will be served.