Can you believe it’s already the end of the year?! Yahoo!
In honor of the end of the semester and all of the studying the accompanies finals time, RHA is once again putting on Midnight Breakfast this Monday, May 6th between 10-11:30pm in the Griesedieck dining hall. It’s free, late at night, and full of breakfast food. What more could you want? Take a study break, grab some friends, and treat yourself to Midnight Breakfast! See ya there!
Monday, May 6th, 10-11:30pm
Gries Dining Hall
SLU’s Disability Services Club is sponsoring Muffins For Meals: Bake Sale for Feed My Starving Children, this upcoming week. They will be selling home-baked muffins in order to raise money for Feed My Starving Children, a Christian nonprofit hunger relief organization.
It is estimated that 925 million people are chronically hungry, even though there is enough food in the world for everyone to have adequate nutrition. FMSC works with volunteers to produce MannaPackTM Rice, a scientifically formulated food that is culturally acceptable worldwide. Almost 70 countries use these to give to children in need.
The Disability Services Club is trying to produce 100,000 meals for children around the world. In order to do this, they need to raise 22¢ for each meal, or $23,000 total. To raise money, they will be selling and delivering muffins around SLU’s campus this Monday, May 6th! If you would like to order a box of a dozen or half-dozen muffins (including cinnamon streusel, double chocolate chip, and blueberry muffins), fill out the order form here by this Friday, May 3rd at 2pm. The recommended donation for a dozen muffins is $22, and $11 for a half-dozen.
If you have any questions, please contact Hailey Shoemaker at email@example.com or visit www.makeadifferencestl.com .
Muffins For Meals: Bake Sale for Feed My Starving Children
Submission deadline Friday May 3rd at 2:00 PM;
event takes place on May 6th 7:00-10:00 AM
Tomorrow night from 10pm to 1 am, Habitat for Humanity will be hosting Flapjacks for Habitat at the Clocktower!
They will be selling pancakes for $1 to raise money for Habitat, along with bacon and some other treats. Everyone should take a study break and have a yummy midnight snack with Habitat!
Flapjacks for Habitat
Wed., April 24th, 10pm-1am
Tomorrow you have an excuse to eat some yummy food for a good cause! Habitat For Humanity has teamed up with California Pizza Kitchen (at the Galleria) for a profit share! From 11:30am-8pm, if you stop by CPK and dine-in or carry out and present the Habitat flyer below, 20% of the total will be donated to Habitat For Humanity!
If you’re interested in joining Habitat, stop by their weekly meetings at 8pm in Tegler Auditorium or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org!
Bring this flyer with you to CPK to ensure that they get the profit share!
Habitat For Humanity Profit Share
Thursday, April 18th, 11:30am-8pm
California Pizza Kitchen at the Galleria
Tomorrow marks this years Billiken World Festival!
Taking place in the Quad from 12-2pm, the festival is organized by the International Student Federation and the Cross Cultural Center to cap off the Atlas Week Program. The festival begins with The Parade of Nations and features SLU students carrying flags from around the world.
At the festival, many different student organizations will offer delicious foods that represent their respective cultures, heritages, and countries. Food will be offered for sale in $0.50 and $1.00 increments, and no item will be over $5, but only cash will be accepted so come ready with dollar bills and change.
The Billiken World Festival also features live music and dance performances, and is the first large-scale diversity program organized on campus. More than 40 different student groups, university departments, and hundreds of students will come together to celebrate culture and diversity!
Billiken World Festival
Friday, April 12th, 12-2pm
free, with food for sale (cash only)
*Rain location: Simon Rec Basketball Courts