Sunday, October 20, 2013
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  Children's Book Drive
Do you have any children books that are gathering dust on your self? Or do you have any children books around your house and not sure what to do with them? Donate them to us! Grounds CoffeeHaus is co-sponsoring a book drive with Hispanic American Student Association (HASA)and Student Social Work Association (SSWA) for Urban Neighborhood Initiatives (UNI) a non-profit community center in South West Detroit. We are collecting books now until October 25. If you are interested in donating any books you can drop them off at Grounds CoffeeHaus (located in the lower level of Student Center) and receive a FREE 12 oz cup of coffee as a Thank you for your support! Please help donate so we can ensure a child goes home with a book. Any questions feel free to email Tracy Gallardo at gallartr@udmercy.edu

Dental- MDHA House of Delegates, Lansing
Academic Calendar

[All day event] Men's Tennis @ ITA
@ ITA Midwest Tournament

12:00pm [12:35pm] Society of Women Engineers
Society of Women Engineers

3:00pm [3:00pm] Broadside Press Poets' Theater
This Sunday the Dudley Randall Center for Print Culture and Broadside Press Poets' Theater will host poet kaleema hasan. The reading will be followed by an open mic session. This event is free and open to the public. Broadside Press Poets' Theater takes place on UDM's McNichols Campus the third Sunday of each month. For more information, contact Rosemary Weatherston, Director, Dudley Randall Center for Print Culture at weatherr@udmercy.edu. We hope you can join us. About the Author: Kaleema Hasan (n. Annie P. Sumareh) is a published poet, short story writer and essayist. She is also a performance poet. Most of her work addresses the many social issues affecting modern American society and culture. Her topics include those in the areas of romantic and spiritual love, race, gender and social justice. She is an avid patron of the ethnic arts, music and literature, including American Jazz, blues and hip-hop; the Harlem Renaissance and the Black literary press as well as the art of the African and other Cultural Diasporas. For more than forty-five years she has read poetry for private and public programs and events.

6:00pm [6:00pm] APO Meetings
This is a closed meeting!

9:00pm [9:00pm] Mass
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