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Wednesday, Jan. 18

Architecture Lecture Series: Dirk Denison

5:30 p.m., Genevieve Fisk Loranger Architecture Center, Warren Loranger Architecture Building, McNichols Campus
As part of its 2016-17 Lecture Series, Detroit Mercy School of Architecture (SOA) welcomes Dirk Denison of Dirk Denison Architects (Chicago, Il.).
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Thursday, Jan. 19

Faculty-Staff Alumni Luncheon

12:30 p.m., Ballroom, Student Center, McNichols Campus
Join us as we honor you and other Faculty and Staff who are also alumni of University of Detroit Mercy.
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Martin Luther King Jr. Guest Speaker: Ike McKinnon

12:45 p.m., Room 324, McNichols Campus Library
As part of Martin Luther King Jr. Week at Detroit Mercy, King-Chavez-Parks will sponsor a discussion featuring Associate Professor of Education and Former Deputy Mayor of Detroit Isaiah McKinnon on Thursday, Jan. 19 from 12:45 to 2 p.m. in Room 324 of the McNichols Campus Library.
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Student Campus Employment Fair

12:45 p.m., Room 165, Reno Hall, McNichols Campus
Are you looking for a campus employment opportunity such as Work-Study? If so, then you won't want to miss this event.
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Hot Chocolate Sale

1 p.m., Lobby, McNichols Campus Library
The Student Program Board is hosting a hot chocolate sale for all students, faculty and staff. For only $1 you can sip on some delicious piping hot, chocolatey goodness in the McNichols Campus Library Lobby.
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Martin Luther King Jr. Talk: Know Your Rights

7 p.m., Ballroom, Student Center, McNichols Campus
As part of Martin Luther King Jr. Week at Detroit Mercy, Assistant Director of Student Life Drew Peters and Detroit Mercy Law faculty will facilitate a discussion about race, titled, "Know Your Rights" on Thursday, Jan. 19 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the Student Center Ballroom.
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Friday, Jan. 20

Women's Prayer and Study Group

Noon, Presidents' Dining Room, Student Center, McNichols Campus
All women in the University community are invtied to the women's prayer and study group for prayer, camaraderie and food!
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Live6 Speakeasy Talk: Public Safety

6 p.m., Detroit Sip, 7420 W McNichols Road, Detroit
On Friday, Jan. 20, ModelD is once again teaming up with the Live6 Alliance for the third installment of the speaker series: Speakeasy. This edition will focus on safety, an issue of great importance to the Live6 neighborhoods. This event will seek answers to some pressing questions about safety.
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Women's Basketball vs. Youngstown State

7 p.m., Calihan Hall, McNichols Campus
Come cheer on the Women's Basketball team as they take on the Youngstown State Penguins at Calihan Hall!
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Saturday, Jan. 21

Martin Luther King Jr. Discover the D Event

10 a.m., Meet at University Ministry Office, Student Center
As part of Martin Luther King Jr. Week at Detroit Mercy, University Ministry will host a Discover the D event down at the Islamic Center of America in Dearborn.
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Sunday, Jan. 22

Women's Basketball vs. Cleveland State

1 p.m., Calihan Hall, McNichols Campus
Come cheer on the Women's Basketball team as they take on the Cleveland State Vikings at Calihan Hall!
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Sunday Night Mass

9 p.m., St. Ignatius Chapel, Commerce & Finance Building
All are welcome to come celebrate a weekly Mass with University Ministry at 9 p.m. in the beautiful and serene St. Ignatius Chapel, located in the Commerce & Finance Building!
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Thursday, Jan. 26

MLK Respectful Dialogue for Faculty and Staff

12:45 p.m., Room 138, Commerce & Finance Building, McNichols Campus
As part of Martin Luther King Jr. Week, Detroit Mercy will host a lunch and learn event facilitated by Irene Lietz, Ph.D on Thursday, Jan. 26 from 12:45 to 2 p.m. in Room 138 of the Commerce & Finance Building. Light refreshments will be provided.
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Jenga Night

7 p.m., Grounds Coffeehaus, Student Center
Jenga is one of many ways to have a little fun. It takes a little patience and a steady hand. Join the competition, prizes will be awarded to the winners.
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Friday, Jan. 27

BLS: Basic Life Support Training

1 p.m., Room 209, Commerce & Finance Building, McNichols Campus
The BLS-Healthcare Provider training is a requirement for numerous academic programs and the Student Life Office offers these certifications at a discounted rate.
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Men's Basketball vs. Milwaukee

7 p.m., Calihan Hall, McNichols Campus
Come cheer on the Men's Basketball team as they take on the Milwaukee Panthers at Calihan Hall!
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University Recreation: Glow Ice Skating

10:15 p.m., John Lindell Ice Arena, 1403 Lexington Boulevard, Royal Oak, 48073
Join University Recreation for an adventurous ice skating trip to Royal Oak. Lace up the skates and carve that ice!
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Sunday, Jan. 29

Men's Basketball vs. Green Bay

2 p.m., Calihan Hall, McNichols Campus
Come cheer on the Men's Basketball team as they take on the Green Bay Phoenix at Calihan Hall!
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Sunday Night Mass

9 p.m., St. Ignatius Chapel, Commerce & Finance Building
All are welcome to come celebrate a weekly Mass with University Ministry at 9 p.m. in the beautiful and serene St. Ignatius Chapel, located in the Commerce & Finance Building!
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Tuesday, Jan. 31

American Society of Civil Engineers Student Night: Civil Engineering Career Fair

5 p.m., High Bay, Engineering Building, McNichols Campus
Civil Engineering Career Fair providing students an opportunity to communicate with area Civil Engineering companies and network.
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