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Sr. Anne Munley Visits Two African Countries as Presidential Delegate

Sr. Anne Munley and fellow university presidents visited two African countries that have been scarred by genocide.

Basketball Teams Raising Awareness and Funds to Fight Malaria

On Wednesday, February 1, Marywood's men's and women's basketball teams will raise money to fight malaria in Africa as they take on Philadelphia Biblical University.

Flea Market - Friday, March 16, 2012

Campus Ministry will be having the bi-annual flea market on Friday, March 16, 2012, from 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. in the Latour Room, Nazareth Hall. We are currently accepting donated items and these can be dropped off at the Campus Ministry office, Swartz Center for Spiritual Life. All proceeds will benefit the International Service Trips. If you have any questions, please call (570) 961-4723

Collecting Supplies for Griffin Pond Animal Shelter/Clarks Summit - Jan 30 - Feb 14.

From January 30th through February 14th Campus Ministry will be collecting supplies for the Griffin Pond Animal Shelter in Clarks Summit. Boxes will be placed throughout campus or supplies can be dropped off in Campus Ministry. The shelter is in most need of cat litter, canned cat food, aspen small animal bedding, rabbit/guinea pig food, kitten food and dry cat food. A full wish list can be found here: If you are interested in getting involved or have any questions, contact Victoria Clarizio at

Chaperone an Upcoming Spring Break Trip!!

Chaperone an upcoming Spring Break Service Trip! During Spring Break (March 3-10) a group of Marywood Students will travel to Philadelphia, PA to serve the community in a variety of ways. Partnering with the St. Vincent DePaul Center, volunteers will serve the homeless, work in a thrift store, repair buildings and visit persons with mental/intellectual disabilities. One more chaperone is needed to accompany the students and to assist in their preparation for the trip. All chaperone expenses are paid and staff may use Community Service benefit days to attend this trip. If you are interested in mentoring, serving and having an unforgettable and meaningful experience, contact Ann O'Brien by February 1. Phone 961-4593 or email

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