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November 12, 2019

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Tuesday, November 12, 2019

All Day
Ninth Annual Exhibit of Faculty Publications (Multi-Day Event)
The Theresa and Edward O'Toole Library is featuring an exhibit highlighting faculty scholarship published between July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019.
All Day
Environmental Art and Issues (Multi-Day Event)
Professor Mady's Environmental Art and Issues classes will be displaying their final projects all over campus. Take a look!
All Day
Reprocess (Multi-Day Event)
An Environmental Art exhibition featuring the work of Jodie Fink and Robert Lack. Both artists utilize found and recycled objects to create whimsical works that delight and captivate the audience while speaking about issues of grave importance.
All Day
Reprocess (Multi-Day Event)
An Environmental Art exhibition featuring the work of Jodie Fink and Robert Lack. Both artists utilize found and recycled objects to create whimsical works that delight and captivate the audience while speaking about issues of grave importance.
All Day
Reprocess (Multi-Day Event)
An Environmental Art exhibition featuring the work of Jodie Fink and Robert Lack. Both artists utilize found and recycled objects to create whimsical works that delight and captivate the audience while speaking about issues of grave importance.
All Day
Reprocess (Multi-Day Event)
An Environmental Art exhibition featuring the work of Jodie Fink and Robert Lack. Both artists utilize found and recycled objects to create whimsical works that delight and captivate the audience while speaking about issues of grave importance.
All Day
Reprocess (Multi-Day Event)
An Environmental Art exhibition featuring the work of Jodie Fink and Robert Lack. Both artists utilize found and recycled objects to create whimsical works that delight and captivate the audience while speaking about issues of grave importance.
Start Day
Reprocess (Multi-Day Event)
An Environmental Art exhibition featuring the work of Jodie Fink and Robert Lack. Both artists utilize found and recycled objects to create whimsical works that delight and captivate the audience while speaking about issues of grave importance.
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Leadership/AO Meeting
Leadership/AO Meeting
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
graduate open house
Open house for students that wish to attend graduate school. Collaborating with other schools.
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Parallel Contexts: El Salvador of 1989 and Nicaragua of Today
Dr. Jorge Huete, SVP of the UCA, Managua, will offer a social analysis and personal perspective on El Salvador of 1989 and Nicaragua today. In El Salvador during the 80's civil war was raging on, and hundreds of thousands of innocent bystanders were killed for speaking out on violations of human rights. Many individuals were killed, including students. On November 16, 1989 six Jesuits living at the University of Central America in El Salvador were murdered, along with two lay women, seeking shelter for escalating violence in their neighborhood. The Jesuits worked, educated and stood for and with the people of El Salvador.  This event changed how Jesuits would educate young people, with an amplified rallying call still inspiring young people today to pursue justice and advocacy in their careers and vocations. Nicaragua of today is on a parallel track with student protests demanding change at the government level given the gross human rights violations occurring in the country and unjust government reforms designed to deepen the pockets of the wealthy and exploit the working class and the marginalized. 
 
Dr. Huete will offer his perspective as a Jesuit educator and as a former student of one of the slain Jesuits. 

Date: Tuesday, November 12, 2019
Venue: Saint Peter Chapel
Time: 12:30 PM

Contact: Christine E. Boyle
Director of Campus Ministry 
(201) 761-7393
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Parallel Contexts: El Salvador of 1989 and Nicaragua of Today
Dr. Jorge Huete, SVP of the UCA, Managua, will offer a social analysis and personal perspective on El Salvador of 1989 and Nicaragua today. In El Salvador during the 80's civil war was raging on, and hundreds of thousands of innocent bystanders were killed for speaking out on violations of human rights. Many individuals were killed, including students. On November 16, 1989 six Jesuits living at the University of Central America in El Salvador were murdered, along with two lay women, seeking shelter for escalating violence in their neighborhood. The Jesuits worked, educated and stood for and with the people of El Salvador.  This event changed how Jesuits would educate young people, with an amplified rallying call still inspiring young people today to pursue justice and advocacy in their careers and vocations. Nicaragua of today is on a parallel track with student protests demanding change at the government level given the gross human rights violations occurring in the country and unjust government reforms designed to deepen the pockets of the wealthy and exploit the working class and the marginalized. 
 
Dr. Huete will offer his perspective as a Jesuit educator and as a former student of one of the slain Jesuits. 

Venue: Saint Peter Chapel
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Faculty/ Staff Fiction Writers
Please join us for the first SPU Faculty/ Staff Fiction Writers event featuring, Fatima Shaik (Communication), Rachel Wifall (English), and Erich Sekel (Campus Ministry).
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
GEICO & Saint Peter's Discussion
GEICO & Saint Peter's Discussion
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
East Campus RA Staff Meeting
Weekly Staff Meeting

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