Reminder: Library Brown Bag Lunch 2/16

Join us on Wednesday, Feb. 16,  from noon to 1pm, in the Trexler Technology Center, for our first Brown Bag Lunch discussion of the spring semester.  Lynne Kvinnesland, Public Services Librarian, will provide a demonstration of Zotero, an online citation management tool.

For more information contact Loretta Ulincy ext. 1346 or

Relive your childhood: Kindergarten Night 2/17

Feeling the stress of the semester? Tired of all this snow and ice? Need to unwind?

The SNL Crew @ DSU is hosting Kindergarten Night on Thursday, February 17 @ 8 pm in the McShea Commons.

Come relive your childhood, play board games, make crafts, and de-stress! Come out and have some fun like you did when you were a kid!

This event is open to all DSU students. Questions? Email

Campus Ministry Announcements

Tuesday Evening ConfessionsFeb. 15 starting at 7 pm Connelly Chapel Fr. Christopher Hudgin, OSFS will be hearing Confessions (and not Fr. Hanley for a change of pace and perspective!)

Friday Eucharistic Exposition begins this Friday, February 18 from 12 Noon to 4:30 pm in Connelly Chapel. All are welcome to spend some time in silent prayer and reflection before the Blessed Sacrament. Exposition will continue on Fridays until April 29th.

Lent is coming soon. Pick up a free copy of “Daybreak,” a booklet of short Lenten reflections, either in Connelly chapel on the table by the front door or outside the chaplain’s office in McShea.

Ramah; prevent and counter violence: first class in March

It can’t happen here! Well, we hope you are right, but this year’s emergency management sustainment training course supports Ramah, the Emergency Management Office’s Prevent and Counter Violence Program.

If you have not already received this training, please see if one of the following days and times will work for you. Additional classes will be announced throughout the year. Employees are expected to attend one of these classes, since it is the basic lock-down training class; however students, friends and neighbors are encouraged to attend this and follow-on classes as their schedule permits.

DEMO is offering the first class, When Lightening Strike: Shots Fired on Campus, as part of this year’s sustainment training in the Trexler Room at the University Center on any of the following days/times. The class is one hour and we hope there is sufficient variety in times and days that you will be able to schedule one of the following dates: [Read more…]

Ask a Nun Night rescheduled for 2/16

Everyone is welcomed to join us on Wednesday, February 16 in the McShea Activity Center, from 7:00 p.m. Refreshments will be served.

Come and get all your questions answered about the nuns. The Oblate Sisters will give a presentation on religious life. Participants are asked to submit questions they might have around religious life and the Sisters will use these questions as discussion pieces during the presentation. [Read more…]