Students, this is your community! Join in with gatherings that are form-fitted for you, even designed to create space around themes you care about.
Some favorite spontaneous outings have been:Coffee at a nearby cafe | Sitting and talking in the gardens | Bowling nightsTacos down the street | Tennis, Basketball or running on campusExploring Capitol Hill / Seattle | Happy Hour at the Pub
These gatherings count toward students' total Formation requirements. In order to attend or cancel your reservation, please RSVP. Please note: these are the newly released dates for 2013-2014.
8:30am-3:30pm, unless here noted
Hunthausen 160 is reserved for your STM Student Community to gather, share your lunch, chat, and just hang out!Mondays & Wednesdays | Noon - 1:30 p.m. | Hunthausen 160
Reflect, laugh and share your experiences within your own identity circle.
Noon - 1:30 p.m. | Bring your own lunch!
Justice Seekers October 8, Hunthausen 110Students of Color November 19, Hunthausen 100LGBTQ & Allies January 14, Room TBAGeneration Y February 11, Hunthausen 110Parents w/Children at Home March 13, Hunthausen 150 (8:00 a.m.)LGBTQ & Allies Encore April 10, Hunthausen 110 Military / Veteran Students April 25, Room TBA
You are invited to eat and meet with Dr. Sharon Callahan, Associate Dean of Academics & Student life to discuss, celebrate and share your academic and student community experience. A catered lunch is provided. Join us-- Noon - 1:30 p.m.. Thursday, November 1 | Wednesday, February 13 | Wednesday, April 24 Please RSVP one week before the event: email@example.com | 206.296.5330
Lunches with Interreligious Initiative Program Manager, Rabbi Anson Laytner and Assistant Dean of Ecumenical and Interreligious Dialogue, Michael Reid Trice, Ph.D., in addressing hot topics of relevance today.
"Human Trafficking: Closer to Home Than You'd Think" with Special Guest, Linda Haydock, SNJM - Intercommunity Peace & Justice CenterWe like to think that the problem of human trafficking exists elsewhere but in fact it is happening everywhere: 700,000 persons trafficked across borders, 80% are female, 12.3 million persons in forced labor or sexual servitude, 27 million persons trafficked worldwide, 17,500 individuals trafficked annually into the USA.Wednesday, May 8 | Pigott 103 | Bring-your-own-lunch! All are welcome.
"Islam Today: Male & Female Perspectives" with Special Guests, Dr. Karim Abdullah & Dr. Maryam AbdullahIslam remains a misunderstood religion by many people. The role and status of women is particularly challenging for non-Muslims to appreciate. Come listen, learn and discuss this topic with our guest speakers! Wednesday, January 30 | Pigott 103 | Bring-your-own-lunch! All are welcome.
"A Conversation of Student Debt, Serving God & the Future of Ministry" with Special Guest, Darel GrothausTuesday, October 16 | Casey 500 | Lunch is included, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
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