Mon, April 18, 2011Campus Ministry is collecting supplies for agencies and shelters working with people of low income. These items would include: unopened medical supplies, cleaning items, unused personal care items, food & clothing, and school supply items. Please bring such items to Campus Ministry, Swartz Center for Spiritual Life, or place them in drop boxes located in the Residence Halls. Deadline, Friday, May 6.
Mon, April 18, 2011Marywood University in collaboration with 21 community organizations was awarded a $100,000 Hunger-Free Communities grant from the United States Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Services.
Tue, April 12, 2011An interactive display of student research will be available in the Marywood University Rotunda April 13 and 14 as part of the University’s Undergraduate and Graduate Research Forums.
Tue, April 12, 2011If you are in need of some service hours, Jamie Valis, Asst. Women's Tennis Coach, is in need of some volunteers at a 5K Race at Nay Aug Park this Saturday, April 16. If you can help, contact Jamie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mon, April 11, 2011Release the Light Sexual Assault Awareness Program - Wednesday, April 13. Marywood University joins in the national effort in providing its "Release the Light" Sexual Assault Awareness Program. April is designated as National Sexual Assault Awareness Month and communities and colleges across the nation will be joining together against crimes of sexual abuse. The purpose is to increase student and community awareness for the need of violence prevention and reducing incidents of sexual assault on college campuses and in the community. Again this year, we will have a "Let Your Feet Speak" march through campus as the first part of the program. The march will start at 11:30 and is followed by a fair in the fireplace lounge. This year's program will be a food and information fair, with written materials, music and speakers available to cover topics such as sexual assault prevention, safeguards against acquaintance rape, the importance of consent and mutual respect in relationships, and statistics about sexual violence. Community and student organizations, as well as academic departments will be represented. All students, faculty and staff are welcome! Come enjoy the free food, plenty of giveaways, and lots of helpful information! For more information on the Release the Light program to raise awareness of sexual assault, contact Marywood University’s Counseling/Student Development Center at 570-348-6245.