Friday, April 18
Goldstein Student Center on South Campus
Please join the Archias Chapter of ΛΣΥ, The Zeta Chapter of Latinas Promoviendo Comunidad/Lambda Pi Chi Sorority, Inc.& Sex Symbals as we provide an opportunity to walk for HIV/AIDS Research & Awareness.
On FRIDAY April 18th, join us for a walk from Goldstein Student Center on South Campus to Carnegie Hall to raise money for our common cause!
Sign up for the walk at this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1dQi9kEqRAoQV26bV7hw-ntT_bpFJ4XC1sMMrAssGDAM/viewform
AND feel free to donate for the AIDS walk at this link:https://www.paypal.com/us/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_flow&SESSION=0ewcZxArAyAr0jxcXGisi-RLkOiYxZQ2pYajG7QM5mDVeCn-QBKJaAnJFvG&dispatch=5885d80a13c0db1f8e263663d3faee8d8cdcf517b037b4502f6cc98f1ee6e5fb
where we will collect the money and donate it directly to Aid for AIDS International, non-profit organization committed to empowering communities at risk of HIV and the population at large, by developing their abilities and capacities in comprehensive prevention through access to treatment, advocacy, education and training to improve their quality of life and reduce stigma and discrimination.
Friday, April 18
Pre-retreat Panel Discussion: "The Meaning of Liberation: Passover, Easter, Moksha"
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM at the Colgate Inn - Payne Street, Hamilton
A panel with Steven Kepnes, John Makransky, Melanie Harris, and Douglas Hicks
Saturday, April 19 (Day-long Meditation Retreat)
9:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Colgate Inn - Payne Street, Hamilton
This day-long retreat is for those new to contemplative practice as well as those experienced in it, who serve others in family or community, or who work in social service, healthcare, education, or for social-environmental justice.
Participants will learn powerful meditations of compassion and awareness adapted from Tibetan Buddhism for people of all faiths and backgrounds. Such meditations from Buddhism can freshly illumine elements of our own spiritual formation (Christian, Jewish, Muslim, or other), generating new insights into the nature of relationship, service and spiritual activism.
Guided meditations will be interspersed with dialogue between Professors Makransky and Harris on fresh possibilities of Buddhist-Christian learning in connection with contemplation, service, and action. Time will be provided for questions and discussion.
Registration fee of $30 includes continental breakfast and lunch at the Inn (Passover food available).
To register (Registration deadline: April 1) or for further information call Clara Lantz (315-228-7675) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday - April 21-23
4 PM - 6 PM
Meet in front of Schine Student Center
Monday Presenter – Lynda Hamilton – Manager of BBB and Morningside Gardener
Tuesday Presenter – Dr. Leslie D. Ulm – Experiential Education and Environmental Ethics
Wednesday Presenter – Geraldine Greig – Coordinator of Morningside Garden
Brought to you by: Students of Sustainability at Syracuse University; The Step Center at Hendricks’s Chapel; Riina Education for Innovation, Inc. For further information contact:Lutheran@syr.edu
Monday, June 2 - Sunday, August 10
17 Cricketown Road, Stony Point, NY
Free 10-week interfaith and Earthcare experience, Including the celebrations of Shavuot, Pentcost & Ramadan
The Stony Point Summer Institute is seeking Jewish, Christian and Muslim young adults, ages 19-29, who are grounded in their religious tradition, serious about spirituality and the state of the planet, and excited by social activism in a multireligious context. We are looking for people who have begun peace, justice or earthcare social action projects or want to begin them.
Rolling admissions. For more information, or to apply online, visit: www.stonypointcenter.org/SummerInstitute. Phone: 845-786-5674|