The annual event will include an outdoor Mass at 8:30 p.m. followed by "breakfast" cooked and served by university administrators.
Mass will be celebrated in the upper quad.
The on-campus entertainment includes student performances, dances, poetry and a fashion show followed by an authentic African food and music.
Various faith-based resources that support all traditions will be available from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Commuter Center.
Check out the Wellness Stress Spa Retreat on Study Monday.
Learn about BLAW and enjoy free pizza and beverages.
Permits will be sold to the first 60 eligible students to register.
In addition to free food (for the first 200 people), a root beer keg, free color-changing cups and lots of lawn games, a Root Beer Pong Tournament will offer information on healthy drinking.
Some of the care packages that have arrived recently at the campus Post Office contain fresh fruit and need to be picked up soon.
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The food is free, and the society promises that the Irish music will be great.
Any female or male interested is encouraged to tryout.
Quit kits, available in the Wellness Center, are funded by the Michael Larson Memorial Fund.
The club will meet at 5:30 p.m. today.
The Commuter Center hosts its final Fruity Tuesday of the semester.
Sign up in advance for "How to Live a Long and Healthy Life" and be entered in a drawing to win a $50 gift card to Whole Foods.
Stop by the Wellness Center to pick up tip sheets, sleep logs and sleep journals.
All students who are interested in the nonprofit sector, philanthropy, volunteering and the Student Legacy Program are encouraged to attend.
Meet the Undergraduate Business Council members and learn more about the council at a "Get to Know Us" event on Thursday, May 5.
Due to the average processing time required to secure a private educational loan, students planning to apply for a private student loan for the current academic year should do so immediately.
The Wellness Center invites all students to try their luck at bingo for a chance to win a bag full of healthy groceries and the first edition of the center’s cookbook.
All TommieMedia jobs are paid positions.
The Career Development Center continues to be contacted by employers.
The induction ceremony was held yesterday.
Lessons begin at 7 p.m., and music from the WWII generation will be played from 8 to 11 p.m.