October 11, 2019 Snow Day Activities
Marauders Cove: closed
Chesterton's: open 4:30pm - 11pm
Crows Nest: open and serving all the normal offerings in the normal hours
Friday, Oct. 11, 4:30pm – 6:00pm: MAC Give A-Away LVUC Starion Bank Lower Living Room
Friday, Oct. 11, 5:30pm – 6:00pm: Hall of Fame & Alumni Recognition Banquet Social,
Friday, Oct. 11, 6:00pm – 8:00pm: Hall of Fame & Alumni Recognition Banquet Dinner
Saturday, Oct 12, 9:00pm – 12:00am: Formal Homecoming Dance
Student activity, Founder’s Hall
Sunday, Oct 13, 12pm: Marauders Football Game vs. Upper Iowa University
MDU Resources Community Bowl
Mass: 7 AM in Benet Chapel and Noon in Our Lady of the Word Chapel
Adoration: 7 AM - 11 PM in Benet Chapel. Email Jacob Gartner, [email protected], if you aren’t able to make your Holy Hour.
Confessions: 3 PM in Benet Chapel
- The fieldhouse fitness center is open
- Open gym starting at 7pm
- Hygge Study Session 10am-1pm in Siena Lounge:
We will set the lounge up in a cozy environment and serve warm drink and have coffee shop music playing to promote staying in and studying.
- Popcorn/game night 4-6pm Siena Lounge:
Regular weekly program-Roers hall entry 7:30pm-10pm
- Ping Pong Tournament 11AM in Frasatti Lounge
- Board Game Extravaganza 2PM in Wojtyla Kitchen
- Pool (billiards) Party 5PM in More Lounge
- 10 a.m. Board Game Bonanza in first floor lounge!
- 1 p.m. Mario Kart/Super Smash in second floor lounge!
- 5 p.m. Snack Bar in Subiaco!
- Snow-Slumber Day Party 1:00-3:00pm, Greg Butler
- 1:00-2:00pm Tea Time, First Floor Lounge
- Snow-Day Pajama Party 11:00-1:00pm, First Floor Lounge
- 12PM Board games and snacks by the Chesterton’s Fireplace
- 5PM Painting Class with the Theo Art School in Chesterton’s
Things to Do on Campus
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Take part in retreats, studies in Sacred Scripture, prayer groups, volunteer opportunities, and social gatherings.
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Help to develop student programs to enhance social and cultural life at Mary while conveying our Christian, Catholic, Benedictine values.
Participate in a University of Mary campus music ensemble or stage production.
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Try that new sport or activity that you always wanted to learn—student recreation is a fun way to meet new friends and get involved.