Campus Store Hosts Thirst Tour Event, 10/16

Help Raise Awareness about the Global Water Crisis

The Thirst Project is a nonprofit organization working to raise awareness about the global water crisis – a problem that affects more than one billion people. Thirst helps build water wells around the world to generate and promote access to clean drinking water.

All members of the DeSales community are welcome to visit the Campus Store  on October 16 between noon and 1:00 p.m. to learn more about this issue and the exciting ways students are getting involved to make a big impact.

Questions? Robert Breen, store manager 1269mgr@fheg.follett.com

What To Do at DSU, 10/15

  • Learn some fancy footwork! There’s an Irish Step Dancing Club Lesson at 7:30 PM in the MAC.
  • Have some fun at Midnight Madness at 11:00 PM in Billera. Bring your friends!

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Questions? Contact Nick Luchko at Nicholas.Luchko@desales.edu or Tracy Gallagher at tracy.gallagher@desales.edu

Midnight Madness, 10/15

Are you ready for The Madness! On Monday, October 15 at 11pm in Billera Hall help kick off the basketball season in a big way! We will be introducing the women’s and men’s basketball teams, lacrosse, softball, baseball and track and field teams! There will be a DJ, performances by the dance team and cheerleaders, exciting events with GREAT prizes, rally towel toss, and make sure to stick around till the end where there will be a $250 bookstore gift card awarded for a half-court shot and limited newly designed midnight madness shirts! Freshman can earn a Character U point for attending! Don’t miss out on this amazing event! Remember it’s all FREE!

Questions? nicholas.luchko@desales.edu

Getting Risky Can Get Frisky PACE Program, 10/17

What: “Getting Frisky Can Get Risky” is a sex education PACE Program that talks about the risks of sex and STIs. Freshmen can get a PACE or Wellness CharacterU point for attending!
Where: The MAC in McShea
When: Wednesday, October 17 at 4:00pm
Questions? Contact Kathy Griffin at kg9905@desales.edu

Brown Bag Lunch, 10/15

Join us Monday, October 15 from 12:30 pm to 1:30pm as Tim Cowart, Assistant Professor and Chair of the Dance Department leads us in a Rumba lesson.

Meet us in the Reference Area of Trexler Library for a unique and fun Brown Bag Lunch! Let’s get ready to RUMBA!

Questions?  Kim.Sando@desales.edu

Emergency Communications System Test, 10/15

To promote campus safety and insure Clery Act compliance during a real emergency, P3 will test the University’s emergency communication system between 9:45 and 10:35 on Monday, October 15. Students and employees need take no action! These mechanisms will be used: Big Voice, the Visiplex system in Dooling Hall (blue strobes, speakers and sign boards), e2Campus (SMS, ALERTUS, email, and social media), the DSU Homepage and Portal, and Channel 7 TV. We will attempt to modulate Big Voice’s volume, nonetheless, we ask for your patience during this important exercise. And, please, assure your visitors that we are only testing the system.

Questions? Contact Mark Plaushin, Executive Director
Public Safety, Security & Health (P3)
at mark.plaushin@desales.edu or ext. 2242

Campus Store Hosts Thirst Tour Event, 10/16

Help Raise Awareness about the Global Water Crisis

The Thirst Project is a nonprofit organization working to raise awareness about the global water crisis – a problem that affects more than one billion people. Thirst helps build water wells around the world to generate and promote access to clean drinking water.

All members of the DeSales community are welcome to visit the Campus Store  on October 16 between noon and 1:00 p.m. to learn more about this issue and the exciting ways students are getting involved to make a big impact.

Questions? Robert Breen, store manager 1269mgr@fheg.follett.com