“Do not look forward to the changes and chances of this life in fear; rather look to them with full hope that, as they arise, God, whose you are, will deliver you out of them. He is your keeper.” St. Francis de Sales
Model UN will be selling Krispy Kreme donuts and coffee today to raise money for their trip to Washington D.C. in the spring.
Friday, October 26, from 11AM-1PM in the DUC.
A dozen glazed donuts are $9 and a bag of coffee (rich, smooth, and decaf) are $12. You must pay in cash.
Delivery will be next Wednesday (HALLOWEEN).
There will be a co-ed self-defense class on campus this Saturday, October 27. The first half of class will be didactic/educational followed by an hour of interactive practice.
The cost is $5 and is open to faculty, staff, and full time traditional undergraduate students. Please bring your $5 to the CAB Office (Dorothy Day 103) within 48 hours of signing up.
Link to sign up: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/self-defense-class-tickets-50917707233
Menu for Friday, October 25th
Questions? Email: Abigail.Heydlauf@desales.edu
What do you see when you look in the mirror? Come find out at the PACE program SEE (See Everything Extraordinarily).
Monday, November 5 at 4PM
DUC Wood Room
*Free candy, PACE swag, and a raffle.* Freshmen can get a Character U point.
This program will be presented by PACEr Elizabeth Ruth.
Kathy Day has worked at the Alaska State Medical Examiner’s Office and taught courses at the University of Alaska and the DeSales University MCJ Program. Involved with the Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team (DMORT), Day has been trained at the famed Body Farm at the University of Tennessee, the L.A. Coroner’s Clandestine Grave Course, and the Armed Forces Institute of Forensic Pathology.
A world traveler, she’s been deployed as part of the Federal Incident Management Response Team for relief following major earthquakes and hurricanes, and in 2015 she participated with the Secret Service and law enforcement for Pope Francis’ visit. Currently involved in K9 Search and Rescue, Day uses her cadaver dog, Tara, to find missing people.
Thursday, November 8, 2018, 7:00PM
Commonwealth Room, DeSales University Center
This event is sponsored by the DeSales Criminal Justice Program.
Reserve your space by calling Colleen Petrick @ ext. 1466.
An informal get together (food and beverages provided) to reflect and discuss on a topic in Salesian Spirituality.
The evening’s conversation will be centered on the Gospel reading for the upcoming Sunday Mass on Nov. 4th
Tuesday, October 30 at 5PM
Alacoque House (intersection of Preston Lane and Landis Mill Road)
RSVP is not required, but appreciated for the planning of refreshments.
Come learn about tips and tricks for avoiding plagiarism in a college essay!
*Freshmen receive a Character U Academic point*
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