SLUStep will be having their showcase tomorrow night at 7 in the Wool Ballrooms!
Stop by and see great performances by step teams from local high schools and colleges, as well as the Divine 9 Step Team. Of course, our SLUStep team will also be performing! It will be a night of step, dancing, singing, and culture.
Sat., April 27th at 7pm
Tomorrow evening, join the Theology Club in welcoming Dr. Richard R. Gaillardetz, a theologian at Boston College, as he speaks in the St. Louis Room of the BSC at 7:30.
Dr. Gaillardetz will be speaking on the topic of what it takes to become a community of holy conversation. He will provide insight on how today’s society can move past the controversial issues regarding faith and morality and advise how to face these openly face these struggles.
A Holy Conversation
Thursday, April 18th, 7:30pm
St. Louis Room
Tomorrow night in BSC 170, the Spring 2013 Last Lecture Series will take place!
This semester’s speaker is Dr. Karen Barney, Chair and Associate Professor in the SLU Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy. The Last Lecture Series speakers are faculty members who are selected from student nominations to speak. The faculty member is given the opportunity to share valuable life reflections and speak as if it was their last lecture ever. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to hear from Dr. Barney in this informal format!
Last Lecture Series with Dr. Karen Barney
Wed., April 17th at 7pm
Did you know April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month?
In an effort to get out more information, Billiken Bystanders Initiatives will host the I Live Consent Fair tomorrow from 10am-2pm in BSC 253 A & D. It promotes and supports healthy relationships and sexuality for all individuals. The event is also sponsored by Safe Connections, YWCA, Amnesty International, SAFEZONE, SHAPE, Responsibillikens/SAAC, UNA, and the Office of Diversity and Affirmative Action.
Stop by and gather some information and get an opportunity to win Billiken Bucks!
I Live Consent Fair
Tuesday, April 16th, 10am-2pm
BSC 253 A & D
For the April installment of the I AM Series, the Cross Cultural Center presents “Allyhood in Everyday Life” tomorrow afternoon in BSC 352/353!
Allyhood means coming together for a common good or purpose. This I AM Series will engage participants in the “who” and “how” of becoming an ally by exploring how allyhood manifests, and presenting strategies to implement allyhood in everyday life. The presentation will also outline ways in which participants can conceptualize ally attitudes and actions in an effort to build, enhance and maintain a more inclusive and connected community.
This session will be co-facilitated by Myrinda Grantham, Griesedieck Complex Residence Hall Coordinator and Safe Zone Coordinator and Patrice French, Program Coordinator of Multicultural Education.
The “I AM” Series (Identity, Awareness, Multiculturalism) is a monthly discussion series that advances diversity awareness and understanding for the Saint Louis University community. Refreshments will be provided.
I AM Series: Allyhood in Everyday Life
Wednesday, April 10th, 4pm