GIGANTIC USED BOOKSALE RETURNS TO EASTERN UNIVERSITY DECEMBER 2
Attention all book lovers! Don't miss this semester's Gigantic Used Booksale Tuesday, December 2 form 10AM- 7PM in McInnis Lobby. Selections include a wide range of theology texts, Bibles, commentaries, devotionals, classic novels, childrens books, and more at outstanding prices! Don't miss this great opportunity to pick up some unique and well priced Christmas gifts! As always, help is needed for set up (Monday Dec. 1 at 9pm) and breakdown (Tuesday Dec. 2 at 7pm). If you are interested in helping out, please call Jim Correnti at 215-438-5555 and leave a clear message with your name, phone number and available date(s).
EASTERN UNIVERSITY ENACTUS TO HOST SPEAKER SERIES DECEMBER 3
The Eastern University Enactus Speaker series will be kicking off on December 3, 2014 at 3:15 in McInnis Auditorium with a presentation by Dr. Mark Whitacre, pulbically known as one of the biggest whistleblowers in U.S. history. Dr. Whitacre will be back for the second consecutive year. He will tell his fascinating story which focuses on his informant role for the FBI in the Archer Daniel Midland (ADM) price fixing scandal. In the midst of the 8 year conviction, Dr. Whitacre was led to Christ personally by Chuck Colson and his prison ministry program. His story was soon told in The Informant!, a movie starring Matt Damon, and a feature on the Discovery Channel. For more information, please visit Marks website: http://www.markwhitacre.com. You will not want to miss this event!
PALMER THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY OFFERS TIJUANA TRAVEL COURSE
Palmer Theological Seminary is organizing for the 8th consecutive year a travel course for graduate students seeking to gain a greater understanding of how global issues affect our local communities in the US and viceversa, and we are extending an invitation to students to participate in this learning experience.
The course entitled CHHM640 Ministry on the Borderline : Tijuana travel course will take place from January 10-18, 2015. It focuses on the interrelationship between immigration, economic disparity and community and family functioning. We will be reflecting particularly on the most current immigration crisis of unaccompanied minors entering the US to try to understand what is happening and how it sheds light into some of the larger issues affecting immigration. Students are able to receive academic credit for the course via cross-registration at the Seminary and will be expected to cover travel costs in addition to tuition fees.
For more detailed information please contact Dr. Mayra Picos Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Over the years, students have reported these travel courses have been instrumental in helping them understand situations from a variety of perspectives and thus have contributed to preparing them to work among diverse communities in the US and elsewhere.
Please note that the deadline for registration for non-Seminary students is November 26, 2015.
EASTERN UNIVERSITY WINTER DANCE CONCERT DECEMBER 5-7
It’s that time of year again to catch professional quality dance works by our talented Eastern students, faculty and special guest choreographer, Kimberly O’Connor-Sparks. This season’s program Passport to Roam invites you to travel through aspects of the human condition. Embark on a stylistic thrill ride including: a rousing tap dance number, a confrontational Graham-based piece and an energetic jazz tour de force. Immerse yourself in subjects ranging from Sleep Deprivation, Depression and Grief to Stress Relief and Playful Escapism. You will arrive at your final destination visually, intellectually and kinetically stimulated as only the live dance experience can provide.
Performances run Friday, December 5 through Saturday, December 6 at 8PM and Sunday, December 7 at 3PM in McInnis Auditorium. Tickets are $10 General Admission, $8 for children and seniors, and $5 with an Eastern ID. Reserve your seats today by visiting www.easternarts.ticketleap.
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.
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. Volunteer times now through November 24. Shoeboxes can be picked up at Eastern University's Warner Library. Drop off dates are November 16-November 21. Please contact Bethany Miller for more information: 407-247-8223.
U.S. VETERAN PAINTER READY TO MAKE YOUR HOME LOOK GREAT
Do you need to brighten up your home or office? Call Andrew Aubrey, an experienced and reliable painter who will get the job done right and at a reasonable cost. Andrew is also a U.S. vet who served our country in Afghanistan. Please give him a call at 484-645-9745. Andrew says, "I served our country, now I'm here to serve you!"
EXPERIENCED MUSIC TEACHER AND PERFORMER IN THE MANAYUNK AREA
Weekly voice lessons located in teacher's home studio in Manayunk, PA. There is spacious parking available. Parents are welcome to come and sit in during the lesson. All students can plan to participate in a winter holiday music recital and a spring recital. Amy has been teaching full-time since 2008. After graduating from Eastern University with a B.A. in Vocal Performance, Amy Peck has a broad range of experiences that make her a uniquely qualified voice teacher. Contact Amy at Amypecksoprano@gmail.com