Tomorrow: Pie in the Face

Alpha Phi Omega is hosting a fundraising event for Mini Thon on November 9 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the McShea Commons. The event is Pie in the Face. Raffle tickets will be sold at the DUC during dinner hours for $1!

At the event on Thursday, your ticket may be picked and you will be able to pie a staff member in the face!

Questions? md3352@desales.edu

Second Annual Mini Thon, 11/10

Alpha Phi Omega will be hosting its second annual Mini Thon this Friday, November 10 from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. The event will be held in the McShea Commons and Kender/Danko. There will be games, dancing, and prizes!

Please register for the event online here.

Questions? md3352@desales.edu

National Service Week, Suicide Prevention

For National Service Week, Alpha Phi Omega will be introducing the “Come to Me” campaign on campus. We will be handing out wristbands and giving out information on how to help or prevent someone from ending their life. We will be sitting at the DUC during dinner hours, so please stop by and learn about the campaign.

Questions? md3352@desales.edu

Tonight: Clinica de Migrantes Film Screening

Monday, November 6, 2017, 6:30 p.m.
2755 Station Avenue, Center Valley, Pennsylvania
Gambet Center for Business and Healthcare

presented by DeSales University’s Department of Nursing & Health and Physician Assistant Program

A FREE FILM SCREENING, hosting film director Maxim Pozdorovkin and Dr. Larson, the director of the clinic, to speak with DeSales University students in the healthcare programs about the film. This event is free but registration is required.

Today, undocumented immigrants face countless daily challenges, including obtaining access to affordable health care. At Puentes de Salud health clinic in South Philadelphia, volunteers address this problem by serving uninsured Latino immigrants who have nowhere else to turn and are increasingly reluctant to seek care in the current political climate. The timely documentary CLÍNICA DE MIGRANTES spotlights the bonds between the doctors and their patients, and goes beyond the politicized rhetoric to show the faces of real people in the middle of the immigration debate. [Read more…]