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1.4 Billion Reasons: a presentation by the Global Poverty Project

Tuesday, April 23, 7:00pm

Sears Auditorium

1.4 billion people on our planet live in extreme poverty. The Global Poverty Project's mission is to increase the number and effectiveness of people taking action to see an end to extreme poverty. The Global Poverty Project has developed a multi-media presentation, 1.4 Billion Reasons, that is traveling the globe engaging and inspiring audiences to understand and get involved in the movement to end extreme poverty. The presentation is built around five sections:

  • What is extreme poverty?
  • Can we do anything about it?
  • What are the barriers to ending extreme poverty?
  • Why should we care?
  • What can I do?

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Campus Ministry Photo Contest

We are looking for photos that characterize your experiences in Campus Ministry at UD: people you have met, lessons you learned, sights you saw, or just cool photos you want to show off. Winning photos will be enlarged and displayed in Liberty Hall through next year and may be used in future Campus Ministry publications. If you win, you will receive the enlarged copy of your photo. Submit a 4x6 print or electronic copy of your photo with your name, phone, and e-mail address, and photo size; e.g. 3 megapixels to Crystal Sullivan at csullivan1@udayton.edu or Liberty Hall 101. Deadline is April 19.

Attention: Graduating seniors...

Do you want to continue UD’s tradition of learn, lead, and service in your future career? If so, click here to learn about and sign the Graduation Pledge of social and environmental responsibility.

Also, if you are considering full-time volunteering after graduation, please let Nick Cardilino know soon at ncardilino1@udayton.edu.

End of Year Move-out: Collection/Recycling Drive

May 1-6

At the end of the year, join UD in trying to re-use, recycle, and/or donate everything you no longer want! Look for bins in residence halls and information in the neighborhood! We could also use YOUR help to collect and sort through non-perishable food, clothing, school supplies and small household items to be donated to UDSAP and St. Vincent’s. To volunteer, contact Kelly Bohrer at kbohrer1@udayton.edu or stop by Liberty Hall 107 or call 229-2516.

The UD-ND Ride for Life

Wednesday, July 31 to Saturday, August 3

The Greater Dayton Pro-Life Education Foundation (Life Resource Centre) is hosting a major FUNdraiser this summer. It will be the first ever four-day bicycle ride starting at the University of Dayton with a sendoff from President Dan Curran, and travelling all the way up to the University of Notre Dame. The event aims to promote life, family and good health. Proceeds will support the organization‟s Stork‟s Nest emergency baby pantry, three levels of parenting classes and community outreach, all of which are free to the Greater Dayton community. More information is available by contacting Paul Coudron, Executive Director, Life Resource Centre, at (937) 461-3625 or pcoudron@daytonlife.org

Campus Ministry Calendar

Here's what's coming up in all of Campus Ministry, including the service and justice programs sponsored by the Center for Social Concern.