Events | Wednesday March 22, 2017

Examen Wednesday


Mission Week, in collaboration with Campus Ministry, Residence Life and others in Student Life, will offer the entire University community the opportunity to engage in Ignatian Spirituality by hosting a guided examen for anyone who would like to learn about it and experience it.

Daytime Examen at 11:45 am Locations: 

Dupperault Hall Conference Room

St. Thomas Hall Conference Room

Post Hall 305 Conference Room

Bellarmine Hall Clifford Conference Room

Campion Center Main Lobby

Barbelin/Lonergan Greaton Room

Post Learning Commons Outdoor Amphitheatre OR Library Conference Room

Moore Hall Conference Room 1st Floor

Chapel of Saint Joseph’s

Maguire Wolfington Welcome Center Small Chapel

Mandeville Foyer

Hagan Media Room


Evening Examen at 9:30 pm Locations: 

Chapel of St. Joseph

McShain Residence Hall

LaFarge Residence Hall

Villiger Residence Hall

Sourin Residence Hall

Lannon Residence Hall

Moore Residence Hall

Lancaster Court Residence Hall

Pennbrook/Merion Gardens Residence Halls

Sale of Hawks for Haiti Bracelets


"Three Hours Will Change Your Life"

Location: Post Learning Commons Atrium

Time: 11:00am to 1:00pm

Sock Donation Drive


Did you know that Socks are one of the most needed items by agencies who provide services for homeless, foster children, and others who are less fortunate?

The SJU Mission Week Cradles 2 Crayons sub-committee is collecting new socks for less fortunate children ages 0-12.

They're holding a competition between areas to see which area can donate the most socks (# of socks / # of employees in the area)!

New socks only! For ages 0-12 between March 13th and march 23rd.

SJU Faculty, Staff, and Students will then deliver the socks to Cradles 2 Crayons during the service activity on March 24th.

Unlocking your Inner Social Entrepreneur


Location:Campion South Banquest Hall

Time: 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm

Synopsis: Being a social entrepreneur doesn’t have to look a certain way. Whether you are passionate about the well-being of others or demanding in your business practices, there is a place for you in the world of social entrepreneurship. Join Philadelphia native, Heather McDanel, founder of Students Run Philly Style and Amethyst Consulting, as she shares how the collision of being compelled by social causes as well as having a strong entrepreneurial spirit, shaped her career and her life. In the process, she will help you discover the social entrepreneur within, regardless of the sector or career path you have chosen.


Sponsored by the Communications Department