Student Activities for 8/30- 9/3

Tuesday, August 30

  • FREE shuttle to Allentown Fair, 6-11 pm, pickup in McShea Parking Lot – a lehigh valley tradition – fair admission is free, just hop on the shuttle and go! Get shuttle schedules

Thursday, September 1

  • Video Game Night, McShea Commons
  • Zumba! 8 pm, Billera

Friday, September 2

Saturday, September 3

  • Trip to Iron Pigs Game, bus leaves McShea parking lot at 5 pm, cost for a ticket is only $3!!!! Sign up in the Office of Student Activities (located in McShea)


  • Day trip to Ocean City, NJ – cost is only $5, bus leaves McShea Parking lot at 9 am, will depart OCNJ at 5 pm – sign up in the Office of Student Activities

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Emergency notification system/e2Campus problems?

The Public Safety, Security and Health Directorate thanks all of you for your cooperation and good spirit in preparing for, and dealing with Hurricane Irene. Fortunately we did not experience the storm as advertized.

I have heard and read complaints that some of you did not receive any e2Campus messages. Three were sent out this semester:

  • 08/23/2011 at 14:09:20 (OK to enter buildings after earthquake)
  • 08/28/2011 at 01:16:29 (storm warning: please go inside)
  • 08/29/2011 at 12:17:19 (damage assessment: call DSUPD)

If you received text but not email: check and see if the messages are trapped in your junk mail folder or your Postini spam folder. If they are you should mark the messages as coming from a safe sender [DEMO].If you do not find the messages then call PS Officer Barb Lotte at X1250 so she can check the status of your e2Campus account.

For any other problem (email but no text, you signed up but aren’t getting anything, etc.) call PS Officer Barb Lotte at X1250 so she can check the status of your e2Campus account.


CSSJ Ice Cream Social today, 8/30

Do you like Free Ice Cream? Are you interested in doing service?

Come to the CSSJ Ice Cream Social!
Where: McShea Commons
When: Tuesday, August 30
Time: 8pm
Come learn about the Center for Service and Social Justice and the service opportunities for you on campus!


Scheduled power outage in Dooling and Wills Halls, 9/4

Please be advised that the Facilities Department is scheduling an electrical power outage on Sunday September 4, 2011 in Dooling Hall and Wills Hall ONLY. The outage is scheduled to occur between 10:00 am and 5:00pm.  All other buildings on campus will not be affected. Preventive maintenance of those building’s electrical infrastructure will be performed during the duration of the power outage. Thank you in advance for your patience and cooperation.


Finalists for Business Ethics Award Announced

Winner to be Honored on September 8

The Forum for Ethics in the Workplace has announced the finalists for the first annual Societas Award for Responsible Corporate Conduct. The winner of the competition will be revealed and presented with an award on Thursday, September 8 at DeSales University at the 7:00 a.m. breakfast.

Four local companies made the list after completing a comprehensive application process. Congratualtions to ATMOS, Inc., Altitude Marketing, Lafayette Ambassador Bank, and Prudential Patt, White Real Estate.


Students – earn extra $, work for the DSU Phonathon

Love to talk? Want to earn $7.25 hourly for chatting with DSU graduates?
Join our team of student callers for the Annual DeSales Phonathon.  We will train you to make these calls and we promise you will have fun.  Work from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.  Dates are flexible.
We are currently hiring for fall and spring.  Hurry while we still have spots left!
Contacts:, ext. 1789 – or –, ext. 1694

Interested in joining EMS? Meeting tonight, 8/30

We are having an interested members meeting for anyone who would like to run for the DSU-EMS squad for the year 2011-2012 and beyond. If you have an EMT Certification or First Responder Certification, come to:

Trexler Room in Desales University Center at 6:00pm-8:00pm on Tuesday August 30th. The meeting may not fill the whole two hours nor are you obliged to stay the whole time if you feel it is not for you.

If you don’t have a certificate, but you are interested in becoming involved in EMS or in taking a class for an EMT Certification, you are more then welcome to come and find out about the process and how you can contribute to the squad.

Questions? Kyle Kromer, Captain of DeSales EMS