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Friday, September 28, 2018
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  Homecoming: Chemistry Lecture
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Homecoming: Chemistry Lecture

Homecoming: E&S Reception
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Homecoming: E&S Reception

Homecoming: Kappa Reunion
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Homecoming: Kappa Reunion

Homecoming!
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Homecoming!

Detroit Mercy Invite
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Women's Tennis invitational

[All day event] Student Payroll Timecards Due
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Student Payroll Timecards Due

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9:00am [9:30am] Admissions Visit
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Admissions Visit

[9:30am] Chase Marketing Information Station
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Chase Marketing Information Station




[12:00pm] Noon Mass
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12pm Mass

[12:00pm] Produce Deliveries on Princeton Street
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Join us as we deliver fresh produce to senior citizens on Princeton Street in the Martin Park neighborhood, in partnership with the Princeton Street Block Club. First-time volunteers are required to complete a volunteer orientation with staff coordinator Clara Gamalski before their shift begins. Follow this link to schedule an orientation. Transportation is provided to this off-campus service event. Meet in front of the Fitness Center.





[1:00pm] Black Art and Literature of Brazil: the Ogum´s Toques Project
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etroit Mercy is happy to be able to present poetry from the independent poetry press from Brazil, Editora Ogum’s Publishing Company. They have been publishing talented African-Brazilan poets. The speakers are founding members of Colectivo Ogum’s Toques Negros and they are on this tour to raise funds for their group. We’ll have a reading (in English) from poets Mel and Guellwaar Adún, and a song performance by Guellwaar. We’ll also have a talk on Afro-Brazilian arts and culture from Paula Santos who has been the tour guide for our university’s educational Fulbright groups to Brazil for several years now. They will have art works and books on display and for sale. See their Facebook page. The event is free and open to the public. University of Detroit Mercy McNichols campus is at 4001 W. McNichols Rd., Detroit MI 48221. For more information contact Dr. Gail Presbey at 313-993-1124, or at presbegm@udmercy.edu. See our website at http://udmercy.edu/clasa and download the color flyer there -- check for updates or room change. This event counts toward the Emerging Leaders Program [+ 1 Engagement & Learning Event]. Homecoming attendees are most welcome at our event!







[3:15pm] Vigil for Immigrants and Refugees
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We join together with members of the Detroit community to hold signs in support of immigrants and refugees in Clark Park every Friday. The group gathers on the corner of Clark Ave and Vernor Highway. The event concludes with prayer, followed by ice cream or snacks. Transportation is provided. Meet in the Ministry Office at 3:15 p.m. or meet us in Clark Park at 3:45 p.m.

[3:30pm] NJSLC Team Meetings
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NJSLC Team Meetings









[5:00pm] Admissions Visit
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Admissions Visit

[5:00pm] Baumgarten-Vandeputte Wedding
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Baumgarten-Vandeputte Wedding

[5:30pm] HIIT with Matt
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High Intensity Interval Training involving circuits and elements of crossfit. See what's on the HIIT list every Friday










[6:00pm] Homecoming: 50th Reunion
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Homecoming: 50th Reunion











[7:30pm] Wittenberg by David Davalos
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WittenbergMichigan PremiereBy David DavalosDirected by Arthur J. Beer, Ph.D.September 28 - October 14 It’s October 1517. Hamlet, a student at Germany’s University of Wittenberg, is caught amid an escalating debate between Martin Luther and Doctor Faustus. It’s faith vs. reason...with some incidental whimsy, quirky comedy, and a bit of tennis on the side. Events and Special Engagements: Sept. 28 | Cast Party - join us after the performance for a reception to celebrate the opening night with the cast and crew. Sept. 29 | Alumni Night - join us after the performance for an informal networking event at a local restaurant. Details announced at the theatre. Sept. 30 | Anatomy of a Play - Explore themes and relevance of the production through the eyes of the creative team as they share their vision. The audience will also be invited to ask the cast questions about the development of their characters in this play about debate, faith, reason and tennis. Oct. 05 | Community Night - All tickets are $15. Oct. 07 | Catholicism without Myth: The Making of a Protestant Jesuit - Navigate the intersectionality of Catholicism and Protestantism through the eyes of Jesuit priest, Justin Kelly, S.J., Detroit Mercy’s associate professor of religious studies. Learn how our spiritual and faith journeys can be beautifully influenced by another faith tradition, enhancing our beliefs and strengthening our lives. Oct. 13 | Community Night - All tickets are $15.

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