DSU Extends Hours for Billera Hall and McShea Fitness Centers

Kudos Bulldogs! You’ve all made it through another year of college, and for some, it’s your last year! To help you remain physically and mentally fit during finals week, the Billera Hall and McShea fitness centers will have extended hours. Billera Hall will remain open until 11:00 p.m. every night, and the fitness center in McShea will be open 24/7. We hope that you can take advantage of the extended hours in these facilities to keep relaxed, focused, and performing at your best. Your DSU family wishes you the best of luck with your finals, and may you be blessed with a safe, happy, and relaxing summer!

Questions? Lois.Weber@desales.edu

Dining Daily-Cool off with Cold Brew at the DUC!

Menu for Wednesday, 5/9/2018

Soups:

  • Creamy Chicken & Dumplings
  • Vegetable

Lunch: 

  • Salad: Honey Crisp Apple
  • Bistro: Honey Mustard Chicken Wrap, Beer Battered Cod Sandwich, Rice, Vegetables
  • Deli Special: Turkey BLT on Brioche Roll

Dinner: 

  • Sauté: Potato Bowl
  • Bistro: Rotisserie Chicken, Pot Roast, Mashed Potatoes, Rice, Vegetables

*Some menu items are subject to change [Read more…]

Reminder: Celebrate Nurses’ Week!

All faculty, staff, and students are invited to join the Nursing Department to help celebrate Nurses’ Week! Stop by to see scholarly work on display completed by faculty and students this year. Mu Omicron will be providing cupcakes to help celebrate Nurses’ Week. Feel free to bring your friends for a sweet treat, midweek!

The exhibit for our 4th Annual Celebrating Nurses through Research and Education Day, Wednesday, May 9, is being held in the Gambet lobby from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Questions? Kiersten.Withrow@desales.edu

DeSales Student Publishes Two Novellas, Anthology

English major and Desales literary journal Weal editor J.W. Dionysius Nicolello has published two works of literary fiction, a book about San Francisco entitled Polk Street and another about California and New York entitled I See You’ve Traveled Some.

In addition, his theological anthology The Living Prayers of Thomas Merton (Response to Auden’s Kierkegaard) is now available in print and seven-volume audio format at Trexler Library.

He is presently at work on several chapbooks of poetry as he studies full-time and prepares for grad school applications this autumn. He welcomes all dialogue and e-mail correspondence from DeSales faculty, staff, and students.

Questions? jn6063@desales.edu

ENTER TODAY! PSF Annual Raffle

Win passage for two on an eight day Viking River Cruise through Bordeaux—a region synonymous with fine wine and finer living. Discover the ports, vineyards, farms, and forests of Aquitaine, once Europe’s richest kingdom. See Bordeaux’s fountains and cellars. Hunt for truffles in Périgord, then taste them in a home-cooked meal. Create your own personal blend of Cognac at the Camus distillery. Savor France’s finest oysters fresh from the bay at Arcachon. Tickets are $100. Only 400 sold. Purchase tickets online or in the theatre lobby all summer. Drawing held at PSF on August 5, 2018. A second winner will be chosen to receive two five-show subscriptions to PSF’s 2019 season.

Questions? Contact Melissa Kerr at ext. 1773 or melissa.kerr@pashakespeare.org.