Phillies opening day, 4/1

Excited for Phillies opening day? Come watch the Phillies and Roy Halladay in McShea Commons starting at 1 p.m. on Friday, 4/1! We will be having pizza, snacks and soda. Don’t have any Phillies gear? Don’t worry because we will be giving away prizes all game long! We will be giving away hats, 4 Phour Aces shirts, sweatshirts, and other prizes including a Phillies jersey!

Any questions please contact Jonathan.Osborne@desales.edu

Career Services: Road Trips to the Real World

The Home Stretch (final three trips in the series)

  • TRIP 6: Mapping Out Your Internship and Job Search
    Wednesday April 6,  3-4 pm, McShea Danko Conference Room
    Presented by: Kristin Eicholtz, director of career services and internships
  • TRIP 7: Preparing for Graduate School and the new GRE
    Thursday April 7, 6-7 pm, McShea Danko Conference Room

    Presented by: Kerri Quick, KAPLAN Test Prep
  • TRIP 8: Writing an Effective Personal Statement for Graduate School
    → Note date correction: Monday April 18, 6-7 pm, HURD Room (DUC)

    Presented by: Kerri Quick, KAPLAN Test Prep

Questions? Kristin.Eicholtz@desales.edu

Lions club meeting, 4/11

If you are interested in Lions Club, come to the meeting on Monday April 11 at 7 p.m. in the Kender Conference Room in McShea. All are welcome! Lions club is the largest community service organization in the world helping those who are blind and visually impaired. This is not just a club for just older men anymore!

If you are interested, have any questions, or are not able to make the meeting please email the clubs Vice President Samantha Lohr at sl4605@desales.edu.

Young Boy needed as Actor in Camelot!

We are looking for a 10-12 year old boy to play the role of Tom of Warwick in Camelot here at DeSales. Rehearsals are in the evenings and on Saturdays. We do have some flexibility to work around other commitments, except for the performances. The role is that of the young boy who King Arthur sends back to England to spread the word about Camelot in the final scene of the play. It is not a singing role, but he has several lines– we need a spunky kid who could work up an English accent.

The musical opens April 27 and plays every day through May 8. Performances are at 8PM except on Sunday when they are at 2PM. There is one student matinee on Monday, May 2 at 9:45 in the morning.

Do you know a young lad who would be interested? Dennis.Razze@desales.edu or ext. 1252