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PERSONAL RESEARCH HELP AT THE WARNER LIBRARY

Personal One on One Research help available. Having trouble finding resources for your projects and papers? Schedule an Individual Research Consultation. HOW? Go to Warner Library Homepage and schedule one. Schedule here.

ATTEND THREE MINI-WORKSHOPS AT WARNER LIBRARY FOR A CHANCE TO WIN KINDLE FIRE

This semester Warner Library at St. Davids, in collaboration with Blackboard and the Office for Talent and Career Development, will host a series of min-workshops. Come learn how to use various Google products; consider Eastern’s new Online Job Board for students; and explore research tools including citations sources, researching on databases and the new Digital Badge initiative. Most workshops will be under 30 minutes. Look for posters on campus for September’s offerings. Remember- you could win a Kindle just by attending 3 sessions.  Workshops are held on Mondays at 10 AM and Wednesday at 2 PM. Look for the schedule. Enhance your learning experience at Eastern!

COLOR ME MINE "PAINT YOUR PRIDE" EVENT FOR STUDENTS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8

Come to the shop in Wayne, PA, walkable from the St. Davids campus, for this fun event on Monday, September 8 at 4 PM. They are hoping to create a place for local college students to come and enjoy throughout the year. The Paint Your Pride event is one way to meet others and get the school year off to a good start. Full details here.

URBAN STUDIES PREVIEW DAY SEPTEMBER 13

Are you interested in transforming urban communities? Consider Eastern University's MA in Urban Studies. Learn more at the next Preview Day on Saturday, September 13, from 12-2PM at the Eastern University Falls Center. RSVP to Whitney at 215-769-3121.

COFFEE WITH EDGAR THEATRE SEPTEMBER 18-19

This year's playwright in residence, Edgar Mendoza, opens the season with coffeehouse style performance of two one-act plays and a talkback about the playwriting process. Directed by Jenny Tibbels '99. Thursday, Sept. 18 and Friday, Sept. 19 at 8 PM. McInnis Auditorium, St. Davids. For ticket reservations, go to easternarts.ticketleap.com or call the Box Office at 610.225.5545.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD

Volunteers are needed for the Norristown Relay Center and beyond to pack shoeboxes for children who would otherwise not receive Christmas gifts. September 13 you are invited to hear one recipient's amazing story of how he was abandoned at the hospital, he bullied kids in the orphanage, but after receiving a shoebox he accepted Jesus as his savior and forgave his parents. Timur tells his inspiring story September 13 at 7 PM, Bethany United Methodist Church, 1208 Brookside Rd. ,Allentown, PA 18106.  You can sign up for volunteer times from September 6 through November 24. Please contact Bethany Miller for more information: 407-247-8223.

DR. CARLOS F. CARDOZA-ORLANDI TO SPEAK AT COSTAS LECTURESHIP OCTOBER 3

Palmer Theological Seminary and Esperanza College of Eastern University present the 2014 Costas Lectureship on Friday, October 3, from 9:30 to 11:30 AM. This annual event will be held at Esperanza College, 4261 North 5th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19140. The guest speaker is Dr. Carlos F. Cardoza-Orlandi. Full details here

WINDOWS ON THE WORLD SCHEDULE FOR FALL 2014

Windows on the World is a series of lectures intended to stimulate personal involvement in and knowledge of some of the crucial and controversial issues facing Christians today. Through these forums, the campus community is exposed to Christian thinkers and activists who model our motto of "the whole gospel for the whole world." Presentations are held on Fridays at 10 AM in McInnis Auditorium (St. Davids campus) unless otherwise indicated. Windows is sponsored by the Office of the Provost and is free and open to the public. Check out the Fall 2014 Windows on the World schedule.

NEIGHBORHOOD LEAGUE THRIFT SHOPS OPEN SEPTEMBER 2

Our friends at the Neighborhood League Shops in Wayne invite us all to come out and shop for some incredible bargains starting September 2. The Clothing Shop, Household Shop and Alley Door Shop are on Lancaster Ave. across the street from Great Harvest Bread Company. Visit them online.

WOMEN'S SOCCER LEAGUE LOOKING FOR NEW PLAYERS

Amber Gumm, Eastern Alum and Recruiter for the Tri-County Women's Soccer League (TCWSL), is looking for players to join the league.  The league plays outdoor soccer in the fall and spring, with playing opportunities also available in the winter and summer. TCWSL has over 20 teams and offers 3 divisions of competitive and fun soccer to match most levels of play! Women ages 18+ are encouraged to e-mail Amber at play.tricounty.womens.soccer@gmail.com.  Or visit www.tcwsl.com for more information. 

EASTERN MUSIC PREPARATORY SCHOOL OFFERS MUSIC LESSONS FOR EVERYONE

Eastern Music Prep offers non-credit music lessons and ensembles for anyone and everyone: pre-college, college/university non-credit, adults and seniors. Learn more. Contact Dr. Stephen Framil, Director, at musicpre@eastern.edu or 610-716-5737 for more information. 

EASTERN ALUM OFFERS VOICE LESSONS AND CHILDREN'S PIANO LESSONS IN YOUR HOME

Amy Peck, who earned the BA in vocal performance, is offering weekly voice lessons for students ages 12 and up. Cost: 45-minute lesson/$40 and 60-minute lesson/$50. She also offers weekly piano lessons in your own home for students ages 2 and up. Lessons are: 30-minute/$25; 45-minute/$35; 60-minute/$50. Contact Amy at Apeck@eastern.edu, amypecksoprano@gmail.com or 570-447-6047.