Dining Daily: Menus, Plus Spring Break Hours

Menu for Thursday, February 28

Lunch:

  • Salad: Montreal Steak Salad
  • Bistro: Chicken and Shrimp Jambalaya, Jasmine Rice, Turkey Pot Pie With Baby Vegetables, Cheddar Buffalo Fries, Ratatouille Stuffed Mushroom Portobello, Seasoned Vegetable Confetti
  • Deli: Jamaican Jerk Chicken Sandwich
  • Grill: French Dip Sandwich

Dinner:

  • Sauté: Chicken Tender Toss
  • Bistro: Carved Smoked Pit Ham, Gratin Potatoes, Green Beans With Bacon and Herbs, Roasted Corn With Caramelized Onions, Rotisserie Style Chicken, Turmeric Rice, Fettuccine Alfredo

*all menus subject to change

Coming Up:

  • Spring Break – March 2-10
  • Pizza Madness – Starts March 18

Spring Break 2019 is almost here! Check out our hours of operation over break:

Sandella’s Skylight Lounge Pulse Café DUC Food Court
Friday, March 1 7:30am-6pm 7:30am-1pm 7:30am-1pm 7am-2pm
Saturday, March 2 Closed Closed Closed Closed
Sunday, March 3 Closed Closed Closed Closed
Monday, March 4 Closed Closed 5pm-8pm 9:30am-1:30pm
Tuesday, March 5 Closed Closed 5pm-8pm 9:30am-1:30pm
Wednesday, March 6 Closed Closed 5pm-8pm 9:30am-1:30pm
Thursday, March 7 Closed Closed 5pm-8pm 9:30am-1:30pm
Friday, March 8 Closed Closed Closed 9:30am-1:30pm
Saturday, March 9 Closed Closed Closed Closed
Sunday, March 10 7:30pm-1am Closed Closed 2pm-7:30pm
Monday, March 11 Normal Hours Normal Hours Normal Hours

Normal Hours

Questions? dining@desales.edu

Congratulations to this Year’s Service Excellence Award Winners and All Those Celebrating Service Anniversaries

employees of the year

It is a long-standing tradition of our University to publicly acknowledge the staff who have contributed to our success. Each spring we host the Service Excellence Dinner, for staff members celebrating milestone work anniversaries. It is also an opportunity for us to thank them for sharing their gifts with the DeSales community. And, as a welcome to the University, we invite new hires and their guests. This year’s dinner will be held on Tuesday, April 9.

One of the highlights of the evening is the presentation of two awards: Sue Richter, Custodian in the Gambet Center, was selected as the Support Staff Employee of the Year, and Derrick Wetzel, Dean of Enrollment Management, was selected as the Professional Staff Employee of the Year. I ask that you extend congratulations to Sue and Derrick for earning these distinctions and thank them for the valuable contributions they have made to the University over the years.

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Registration Open for “Healing Our Church” Sessions

Dear Students and Colleagues,

You may recall my writing you a few weeks ago about an initiative to advance healing in our Church in the wake of clergy sexual abuse.  One effort to redress this evil is the Healing Our Church program, facilitated by trained lay people from our community to provide you with the opportunity for reflection, prayer, and conversation.  This offering is for those disciples who may not have been abused directly but are nonetheless impacted greatly by the betrayal, loss of trust, or erosion of confidence in church leaders.

Healing Our Church will consist of six sessions around the following topics:

  • Facing the truth
  • Healing our wounds
  • Rebuilding our church
  • Why do I remain Catholic?
  • We believe
  • A way forward

Here is the breakdown of what we will be offering, beginning the week of March 11:

  • Mondays: 3:15PM-4:45PM (Alacoque House)
  • Tuesdays: 6:30PM-8PM (Dooling 260)
  • Wednesdays: 5PM-6:30PM (Dooling 260)
  • Thursdays: 8AM-9:30AM (Dooling 250)

Sessions will run for six consecutive weeks and will be facilitated by Maggie Riggins, director of campus ministry, on Mondays; Christian McCormack, senior, on Tuesdays; Elizabeth Felten, assistant professor of business, on Wednesdays; and Wendy Krisak, assistant dean of students for wellness, on Thursdays.  We thank them for their generosity in leading these sessions and also for the time they gave to being trained for this service.

To register, please complete this form.

Thank you for you continued support of our Catholic, Salesian mission and efforts to strengthen it during this challenging season for our church.

Peace,

Fr. Kevin Nadolski, OSFS
Vice President for Mission

Saturday: 10th Annual High School Shakespeare Competition

Join us Saturday, March 2, for the 10th Annual High School Shakespeare Competition.

High school students from around the region will be competing for team and individual trophies, plus $15,000 in DeSales scholarships. Several of the competitors plan to attend DSU as theatre majors in the fall!

If you will be on campus this weekend, please come and cheer for these talented high school students as they perform scenes and monologues.

Saturday, March 2, Labuda Main Stage
4PM-4:45PM – Performance Showcase
5PM-5:30PM – Awards Ceremony

No tickets required.

Questions? education@pashakespeare.org

Salesian Quote of the Day

“Whenever I groan within myself and think how hard it is to keep writing about love in these times of tension and strife which may at any moment become for us all a time of terror, I think to myself, “What else is the world interested in?” What else do we all want, each one of us, except to love and be loved, in our families, in our work, in all our relationships. God is Love. Love casts out fear.” ~ Dorothy Day