November 14, 2019
A view of the west side of SU's Admin Building.
Thanksgiving LunchTuesday, Nov. 26, between 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m.Campion BallroomTo kick off the holiday season, Chartwells is providing a complimentary Thanksgiving lunch. Enjoy all the traditional turkey day fixings and a variety of pies to complement the meal. There will be vegetarian/vegan options available. The lunch is free for faculty and staff—just show your campus ID at the door. This is a great opportunity to come together as a community.Save the Date: Faculty and Staff Christmas Open House is Dec. 13All faculty and staff are invited to celebrate the holiday season and visit with one another at the annual Christmas Open House Breakfast, which will take place Friday, Dec. 13, between 8 and 10 a.m. in the LeRoux Conference Center (STCN 160).
Women’s Soccer is NCAA Tournament Bound…at Washington!The Redhawks won the WAC Tournament title on Championship Field last weekend, earning their fifth NCAA Tournament berth–versus the Washington Huskies! Seattle U and UW face off on Saturday, Nov. 16 at 6 p.m. at Husky Soccer Stadium. Tickets may be purchased through the UW ticket office. Don your red and cheer on your Redhawks versus the Huskies!Master in Teaching Info SessionTuesday, Nov. 19, 6-7 p.m.Loyola 200Do you know anyone who is thinking about a career as a K-12 teacher? Invite them to join the College of Education for an information session . The MIT program is a full-time, cohort-based degree designed to be completed in four quarters. Click here to RSVP for this faculty-led session.Albers Executive Speaker Series Welcomes Mark Mader of SmartsheetTuesday, Nov. 19, 5:30-6:30 p.m.Pigott AuditoriumMark Mader, president and CEO of the successful Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) company Smartsheet, will give a talk titled “Smartsheet: ‘Overnight Success’ 14 Years in the Making.” Visit Albers Executive Speaker Series for more information.Kid’s Clothing SharingWednesday, Nov. 20, 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.Student Center 130Kids grow through their clothes so quickly! Let’s share gently used clothes for kids—newborns and up. It’s a fun way to de-clutter the closet, pick up a few “new” pieces and be part of sustainable shopping. You do not need to bring any clothing to participate. Clothing that remains after the swap will be donated to charity. Open to SU students, faculty and staff who are parents. Drop off gently used, clean children’s clothing at Student Center 130 beginning at 10 a.m. on November 20. For more information, contact Laurie Prince of the Parent and Family Engagement Office at email@example.com.Food Pantry Donation DriveWednesday, Nov. 20, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.Student Center (first floor)In the spirit of giving, you are invited to bring your donations for the SU Food Pantry.In addition to non-perishable items, fresh fruits and vegetables are also invited. Food should be unopened and not expired. Sponsored by Food Security Initiatives, Office of Multicultural Affairs. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.My Life in Another LanguageThursday, Nov. 21, 12:30-2 p.m.LeRoux Room (STCN 160)Four speakers will tell stories of how language shaped their lives. Light appetizers and refreshments will be provided. Sponsored by Modern Languages and Cultures, and Global Engagement. Learn more here or contact Sarah Miranda at email@example.com.Advent Evening of Prayer: A Child Shall LeadPresenters: Rev. Anita Peebles and Trung Pham, S.J.Wednesday, Dec. 4, 7 p.m.Seattle First Baptist (1111 Harvard Ave.)God entered creation as a baby, born into extraordinarily humble and vulnerable circumstances. What if we were to enter into Advent reflecting more deeply on that child? And if we were to truly follow the lead of children, might we approach Advent—and life in general—from a new perspective? Might we be renewed by a spirit of playfulness, wonder, questioning and justice? Might we recognize our own vulnerability in theirs, and our call to walk with children in need?Seattle First Baptist Church and Ignatian Spirituality Center (ISC)—a partner of the Center for Jesuit Education—invite you to let go of some of the adult stresses and “shoulds” of the holiday season. Enter more fully into the Advent season by pausing to reflect on this theme of “A Child Shall Lead” in this year’s ecumenical, contemplative Advent Evening of Prayer. Through quiet prayer, word, art, music, imagination and silence, we invite you to ponder what it might mean for you to follow the lead of the Christ child, your “child within,” and children today around the world.Free parking in Seattle First Baptist parking lot (first-come, first-served). Cost: Free will offering ($10 suggested donation). RSVPs are appreciated. Questions? Call (206) 329-4824 or e-mail Andrea Fontana, ISC program coordinator.
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