They’re baaaack! Summertime Sizzle at the DUC this Wednesday, 6/5

Summertime Sizzles are BACK for this summer! We have three great events planned for a fun-filled, delicious lunch on the DUC patio, starting with our Grill & Chill this Wednesday, June 5! This Wednesday’s menu features freshly made burgers, grilled chicken, ranch potato wedges, and chocolate milkshakes for dessert. The event runs from 11am-1:30pm.

The other Summertime Sizzles this year will be on June 26 and July 17.

Price is $10. Paw Bucks, cash and credit cards are accepted.

Questions? tyler.trumbauer@desales.edu

DeSales Drive Closed on 6/6

DeSales Drive and the sidewalks from Station Avenue at Hurd Science Center to Brisson Circle at Chappuis and Brisson Halls will be closed on Thursday, June 6 from 7:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.  There will be a crane loading the HVAC units onto the roof of Campbell Hall.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Questions? Denise.Shive@desales.edu

Congratulations DSU BBQ Winners!

The BBQ Planning Task Force would like to thank everyone who participated in our DSU BBQ/Employee Appreciation Day activities!  It was a day packed with lots of fun, great food, entertainment, and exciting prices!

BBQ Winners are listed below:

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Trexler Library’s “Films on Demand” Database Discontinuing Certain Titles

Twice a year, Trexler Library’s database, Films on Demand, provides a list of titles that have been discontinued from our subscription collection. Titles are discontinued because producers have lost rights to distribute a title or find the material to be out of date. For a list of titles that will be removed from the collections on or about July 1, 2019 please see desales.libguides.com/film

Trexler Library has the option to purchase perpetual access to any of the titles listed (with the exception of titles indicated with NA). Included are lifetime usage for each title. The deadline to purchase these titles is June 28, 2019. Any titles not purchased on or before this date will be permanently removed from our collection.

To request the purchase of eligible titles, contact Amy Manns, Systems Librarian, immediately at amy.manns@desales.edu.

FREE Physical Therapy Clinic Volunteer Clients Wanted

Who: Individuals experiencing pain, loss of motion, and function as a result of osteoarthritis, low back or neck pain, spinal stenosis, rotator cuff tear, repetitive motion injury, or other musculoskeletal condition

What: Physical Therapy services will be provided by students from the DeSales University Doctor of Physical Therapy Program under the supervision of the PT faculty from the program FREE of charge during the clinic periods below

When / Where: At the following Good Shepherd Rehabilitation host sites:

THURSDAYS: June 13 – August 1

  • Center Valley – Good Shepherd Physical Therapy — 1:30PM – 4:30PM

FRIDAYS: June 14 – August 2

  • Souderton – Good Shepherd Physical Therapy — 12PM – 3PM
  • Allentown – Good Shepherd Health and Technology Center — 12:30PM – 3:30PM
  • Macungie – Good Shepherd Physical Therapy — 12:30PM – 3:30PM

Pre-registration required. For more information or to register please call Wendy at 610.282.1100, extension 1898, or email wendy.thomas@desales.edu

Start You Summer Reading with Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

Looking for a book to start your summer reading? Check out Trexler Library’s new reading list honoring Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month! The list has something for everyone: novels, short stories, poems, plays, memoirs, biographies, and historical nonfiction. It includes both adult and juvenile books, in print and electronic form. Some highlights are the modern classic The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan, Pulitzer Prize winning Interpreter of Maladies by Jhumpa Lahiri, and the memoir by Leilani Holmes, Ancestry of Experience: A Journey into Hawaiian Ways of Knowing.

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month is celebrated each May in recognition of the culture, traditions, and history of Asians and Pacific Islanders living in the United States. Trexler Library’s curated reading list aims to include books that depict a wide range of Asian-American and Pacific Islander experiences.