Celebrate the beginning of basketball season Thursday night at 10 pm Billera Hall!!
Free food, carnival-style games and more!
— DSU Sport Management (@DSUSportMgmt) October 16, 2018
The Salesian Center for Faith and Culture proudly announces its newest members for the Class of 2022 Faith and Reason Honors Program.
Congratulations go out to: Nolan Beck, Shannon Blair, Meghan Corbran, Nathan Hatzfeld, Mark Jannuzzi, LeeAnn Markwalter, Logan Marsh, Emma Stanfield, Kai Taylor and Sean Wiser. Thank you to all those who made application.
Special thanks to the review committee composed of Dr. Boyce Jubilan, Mr. Tom McNamara, Ms. Lore McFadden, Ms. Gracia Perilli, Dr. Mary Liz Doyle-Tadduni, Dr. Thomas Craig, Dr. Lisa Plummer, Mr. Derrick Wetzel and Mr. Chad Serfass.
We’re stoked to invite you to a TOTALLY AWESOME CUSTOMER SERVICE DAY in the Bodacious Registrar’s Office, Wednesday, October 24 from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm.
Rad Refreshments will be to the Max!
DeSales Dining Satisfaction Survey is happening now! Tell us what you think about your dining experience for a candy bar and a chance to win Beats headphones! Don’t have a sweet tooth? You can also claim a free cup of coffee if you take the survey! Stop by our table at the DUC or take the survey online: https://goo.gl/kGisyg
Menu for Wednesday, October 17th
Gambet Lunch Special
Questions? Email: Abigail.Heydlauf@desales.edu
For the last Barriers to Care, join Nurse Navigator, Elizabeth, in learning how being unprepared for your doctor’s appointments can be a barrier to your care. Elizabeth will share ways to prepare for your appointments so you can be a more informed patient.
Want to be sure you are registering for the right courses? Wondering if you can overload and take an extra course? Thinking about taking a course at another college during winter break? Attend this info session to learn the answers to these questions and more!
Freshmen receive a Character U Academic point.
A reading by Philadelphia poet Elaine Terranova on Thursday night, October 18, at 7 PM in the Commonwealth Room of the DUC will kick off our 34th Annual Poetry Festival.
Elaine Terranova, long a Poetry Festival workshop leader, has won fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, and the Pew Center for Arts & Heritage, among other noteworthy awards that also include a Pushcart Prize. Author of six previous full-length poetry collections as well as a chapbook, she has also produced a translation of Euripides’s play Iphigenia at Aulis. She has published in many of the very best literary journals in the country, including The New Yorker, American Poetry Review, Prairie Schooner, Virginia Quarterly Review, and Cincinnati Review.
The Festival this year will also be a launch platform for Elaine’s new collection, Perdido, now on sale, as they say, at the University Bookstore.
The reading is free and open to the public.
Please contact Dr. Steve Myers, ext. 1387, with any questions.