Agape Latte, 11/14

Tuesday, Nov. 14 at 7:30 p.m., McShea Commons
Guest speaker: Dr. Gregg Amore on “Love is an action, not a feeling.”
Join us for free coffee & dessert, live entertainment, t-shirt raffle, and Character U points!

Questions? Magdalene.Riggins@desales.edu

Tonight: Salesian Spirits

Thursday, Nov. 9 at 8 p.m., Copperhead Grille
Guest speakers: Peter and Janna Kerr, both class of 2007 – son and daughter-in-law of Dr. Gregory Kerr.

Questions? Magdalene.Riggins@desales.edu

Thanksgiving Bake Sale

Friday is the last day to order from the DeSales Thanksgiving Bake Sale! Don’t miss out on these delicious treats to bring home for the holidays. Fill out an order form at any DUC, Skylight, or Gambet register.

Questions? Abigail.Heydlauf@desales.edu

Today: Veterans Day Ceremony, Tails of Valor Presentation

Join as the entire DeSales University community gathers to recognize Veterans Day at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, November 10. The ceremony will be held on the Veterans Memorial Plaza located between Dooling Hall and the University Center. Immediately following the ceremony, Tails of Valor, Paws of Honor will be doing a presentation in Gambet 220. Tails of Valor, Paws of Honor is a local non-profit organization that administers Canine Connections, a training program that provides social interaction and human/canine bonding resulting in service dogs able to assist with the physical and psychological issues affecting veterans and their families.

Questions? joann.haws@desales.edu

Tomorrow: Veterans Day Ceremony, Tails of Valor Presentation

Join as the entire DeSales University community gathers to recognize Veterans Day at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, November 10. The ceremony will be held on the Veterans Memorial Plaza located between Dooling Hall and the University Center. Immediately following the ceremony, Tails of Valor, Paws of Honor will be doing a presentation in Gambet 220. Tails of Valor, Paws of Honor is a local non-profit organization that administers Canine Connections, a training program that provides social interaction and human/canine bonding resulting in service dogs able to assist with the physical and psychological issues affecting veterans and their families.

Questions? joann.haws@desales.edu