Dining Daily: What’s on the Menu Today?

Menu for Monday, October 22nd  


  • Salad: Turkey Club Salad
  • Bistro: Italian Sausage Sandwich, Shrimp Etouffee, Roasted Pepper and Gouda Quesadilla Tapas, Vegetable Creole Jambalaya, Sweet Potato Fries, Vegetables
  • Deli: Chipotle Chicken Salad on Baguette


  • Sauté: Jambalaya Bar
  • Bistro: Flounder Piccata, All Natural Blackened Chicken Breast, Tomato Basil Spinach Fettuccine, Rice, Vegetables

Upcoming Events:

  • October 23rd 4:30pm-7:30pm @ The DUC- Steak Night
  • October 25th 4:30pm-7:30pm @ The DUC- International Night

Questions? Email: Abigail.Heydlauf@desales.edu

Salesian Quote of the Day


Spend a day or two, or three, getting lost among the whimsical canals of Annecy. Dubbed the “Venice of the Alps,” the winding cobblestone streets lined by pastel houses and bright flower boxes will make you fall in love with this small French town. Stop for a croissant at a bakery, or sit and have a coffee and spend the afternoon people-watching and admiring the architecture.

CH-212: Food Science Will Travel to Germany & Austria in May 2019

If you are looking for an MOT/NS course in Spring 2019, sign up for CH-212: Food Science!

Students in the course will have the opportunity to travel to Germany and Austria in May 2019 (May 19-27). Highlights include visiting Neuschwanstein Castle and Dauchau Concentration Camp, Hiking in Mittenwald, Sound of Music Tour in Salzburg, Salt Mines Berchtesgaden, Munich Hofbrauhaus.

The cost of travel is $2000 for students in the course.

For more information contact Julie.Himmelberger@desales.edu.

Tomorrow: Trafficking Awareness Event

Human sex trafficking is a MAJOR ISSUE in the Lehigh Valley. It is important to be aware of this awful reality. Be informed and learn what you can do!

Tuesday, October 23rd at 7pm
Kender – Dorothy Day Student Union

Brought to you by Campus Ministry and VAST: Valley Against Sex Trafficking

Webinar: “Gen Z and Technology: Maximizing the Benefits and Minimizing Risks.”

The Cardinal Newman Society and its student life working group hosts periodic conference calls and webinars pertinent to work in Catholic Higher Education.

Tuesday, October 30th at 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time

The topic is: “Gen Z and Technology: Maximizing the Benefits and Minimizing Risks.”

The presenter is Jolene Erlacher.

Jolene was the lead presenter at the Cardinal Newman Society’s Student Life Leadership Conference held this past May at Ave Maria University with the theme: “Intergenerational communications. How can the different generations on a college campus effectively communicate with one another.”

Since this presentation, Jolene has been invited to speak at several of the colleges recommended in The Newman Guide. This presentation is not one that she has given at any of the colleges.

Please join the meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone.

You can also dial in using your phone.
United States: +1 (571) 317-3112 Access Code: 597-756-101

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