This Week at CBU

STRITCH CHAPEL OPEN FOR PRAYER AND REFLECTION: The Lambert Hall Community and the Office of Campus Ministry welcome students, faculty, and staff to use Stritch Chapel for prayer and reflection during exam week (Wednesday, May 6 - Monday, May 11). The chapel will be open and available each day from 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.  Students are invited to join the Brothers for daily mass at the posted times on the doors to the Chapel. Please contact Br. Tom Sullivan in Campus Ministry with questions.

DANCE CLUB INTEREST MEETING: Why not get your mind off exams for an hour and de-stress at the Dance Club interest meeting on Tuesday, May 5 from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. in Buckman Hall 208. No experience is required to join. This event is primarily for students interested in joining a new club and becoming more active with campus events. The Dance Club’s purpose is to support CBU activities, faculty, and staff while having fun in the process. Already a dancer and looking for a place to brush up your skills? Come see what it’s all about and what the plans are for next semester!

ATTENTION ALL GRADUATING STUDENTS! All graduates in the Class of 2015 are invited to join the CBU Alumni Association for a Happy Hour at Bland Field for food, music, beer, and yes, Sloshball on Tuesday, May 5, 2015 starting at 4:00 p.m.  For more information, contact Thien Nguyen, RSVP to the party at

CHAT N CHEW: Chat N Chew is Wednesday, May 6 from 2:00  to 4:00 p.m. in the newly remodeled Maurelian Lounge. Chat N Chew is an informal gathering mostly geared toward support of CBU’s international students, but all are invited as we join together as a community to help CBU’s international students to feel more at home. This week’s Chat N Chew will be all about summer plans. Let’s get together and chat about the fun summer can bring.

PB&J FINALS: This Wednesday (May 6) is the last PB&J session for the semester.  Students will gather at 3:00 p.m. in Alfonso Dining Hall and make 150+ sandwiches. Due to the exam schedule,  faculty and staff are especially invited this week to help.

STUDENT LIFE PANCAKE STUDY BREAK: The Office of Student Life invites CBU students to attend the Pancake Study Break on Thursday evening, May 7 in Alfonso Dining Hall at :00-11:00 p.m. Featuring pancakes, sausage, tater tots, eggs, and all the toppings. It’s not really a proven fact that pancakes help you study, but they certainly can’t hurt…

News from International Student Services

International Student Services took 13 CBU students for a fun day at Meeman-Shelby Forest on April 2. The students did field day activities (egg toss, three-legged race, etc.) ate a lot, and took in some fresh air. Countries represented in the outing by CBU students, graduate and undergraduate): China, India, Saudi Arabia. Brazil, Kuwait, Iraq, and five from the USA. Pictured above are Antonio Garrett, Saood Alazmi, Wail Jan, Carlos Meza, Mobarak Alsulaiman, Abin Nellamkuzhiyll, Mustafa Hmood, Amy Rohling, Wenting Zhu, Sam Savage, and Sultan Alharbi. (Not pictured: Jasmine Clinton)

International Student Services (ISS) has a new Facebook page: CBU International Student Services. Please like and share with faculty and students. Let’s help our international students to feel more at home while attending CBU.

International Student Services (ISS) has begun holding their weekly Chat and Chew. Chat and Chew will be every Wednesday, 2:00-4:00 p.m. in the Maurelian Lounge. All are welcome!

ISS and Campus Ministry are happy to announce that CBU now has a Multifaith Prayer Room. For now, the room is located in the Hall of Fame room in De La Salle Hall. The Multifaith Prayer Room will be maintained as a sacred space for prayer.

Founder’s Week


FEAST DAY MASS OF THE FOUNDER: The CBU community is invited to join the Brothers of the Lambert Hall Community to commemorate the life of St. John Baptist de La Salle — patron saint of educators — and the individual on whose legacy we stand. We open Founder’s Week with a Mass of the Founder at 5:00 p.m. in De La Salle/Stritch Chapel with Father William Parham, CBU Chaplain, as the celebrant. ALL ARE WELCOME. A reception will follow in Stritch Dining Hall.

LASALLIAN CORE PRINCIPLE MEAL: The Lasallian Collegians invite you to experience this “everyday meal” with extra-ordinary implications on Wednesday, April 8 in Alfonso Dining Hall. 11:00 a.m.- 1:30 p.m. Come learn about the Five Core Principles of Lasallian Education as you enjoy lunch. You’re guaranteed not to look at these dishes in the same way again

FOUNDER’S WEEK CELEBRATION & COMMUNITY UPDATE: Faculty and staff are invited to a special Founders Day Celebration and Community Update on Thursday, April 9 in the University Theater. Refreshments will be served 12:00-12:30, and Community Updates will begin at 12:30.

AFTERNOON OF SERVICE: The Lasallian Collegians invite you to join them for an afternoon of service in our neighboring community – around De La Salle Elementary. Caritas Village ( 2509 Harvard Ave.) is a community center that provides services and creative outlets to the Binghampton neighborhood. During this project, we will be cleaning up trash around the neighborhood. We need about 20 volunteers with a positive attitude and a CBU t-shirt! We’ll be meeting in front of Student Life at 1:30 p.m. Sign up to volunteer at

CBU STAFF RETREAT – DISCOVERING YOUR LASALLIAN SELF: As part of the celebration of Founder’s Week (April 7-10), Campus Ministry invites all members of the CBU staff to an afternoon of personal reflection and renewal on Friday, April 10 in the Wilson Family Commons of the Living Learning Center, 12:30-3:30 p.m. Lunch will be provided, free of charge. Check with your supervisor to make sure you’re able to attend, and RSVP to by April 7.

CBU FAMILY NIGHT AT THE REDBIRDS: Join the CBU Community — administrators, faculty, staff, students, alumni, and Brothers — for an evening of fun and fellowship on Friday, April 10 at 7:05 p.m. in the newly-renovated AutoZone Park for the Redbirds home opener. For more information, please click here.
Student Tickets (Waitlist)
Alumni Tickets
Faculty/Staff Tickets
And don’t forget to vote for a Brother to throw out the first pitch!

Throughout the month of March, the Lasallian Collegians promoted the Lasallian Core Principle of “Quality Education.” Born out of a brainstorm session during a committee meeting, the students wrote the script, recruited the participants, and produced the video above. This video is a true labor of love and appreciation from the students to our faculty and staff. (Special credit to Trey McGinnis for his video skills.)

This Week at CBU

Every Friday in Lent: Stations of the Cross with Campus Ministry at De La Salle/Stritch Chapel, 5:30 p.m.
Every Tuesday in Lent: Lenten Reflections with Peer Minsters in St. Joseph Hall 10, 7:00 p.m.

BLOOD DRIVE: The Mu Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. is partnering with Life Blood on Monday, March 30 for a blood drive from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. outside of the CBU Bookstore. Your donation of blood can help save up to three lives. Someone needs blood in the United States every two seconds. Make sure you eat before and get a good nights rest. Free t-shirts to donors! You can sign up online for an appointment at this link.

HOW DO YOU LOOK ON PAPER? The Living Learning Communities and Career Services would like to invite any/all CBU students to attend a free Resume Envisioning Dinner Event Monday, March 30 in the LLC 104 Classroom, 5:00-6:15 p.m. Sketch out what your resume for jobs or graduate school looks like now. Then envision with other students over dinner what it could look like when you graduate!  Career Services staff will also explain the purpose and best practices for resumes, and show examples of good student resumes in different job fields. RSVP to Dr. Ben Jordan at  to attend.

STUDENTS HELPING STUDENTS:  Academic Services will hold a meeting in Spain Auditorium for all students who are interested in our Students Helping Students Program on Monday, March 30, at 4:00 p.m. and Tuesday, March 31 at 6:00 p.m. This covers CARLs, PCs, and Peer Mentors. Pizza will be served!  If you are unable to attend this meeting, see Academic Services for handouts after the meeting.

LASALLIAN COLLEGIAN CROSS:  In preparation for Founders Week (April 7-10), the Lasallian Collegians will have a cross in Alfonso Dining Hall during lunch on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. Members of the CBU community are invited to write prayer requests and intentions to be placed on the cross. This cross will be incorporated into the Founder’s Mass on Tuesday, April 7.

GOOD FRIDAY SERVICE OF THE CROSS: CBU’s neighbors at Lindenwood Christian Church are presenting a special Good Friday service on April 3 at 5:30 p.m., featuring the Lindenwood Chancel Choir, Orchestra, and Soloists performing motets and selections from the requiems of Mozart, Dubois, and Rutter. Guest clergy for the event will include CBU trustee Msgr. Valentine N. Handwerker (Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception), Dr. Scott Morris (Church Health Center), Rev. Sonia Louden Walker (First Congregational Church), and Rev. Virzola Law (Mississippi Blvd. Christian Church).

This Week at CBU

Every Friday in Lent: Stations of the Cross with Campus Ministry at De La Salle/Stritch Chapel, 5:30 p.m.
Every Sunday evening: Confessions available in De La Salle/Stritch Chapel, 8:00-9:00 p.m.
This Tuesday, March 24: Members of the CBU community are invited to attend a Lenten Penance Service beginning at 7:00 p.m. at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception (1695 Central Avenue).

MENTORSHIP WITH BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS:  Big Brothers Big Sisters will be sharing  the importance of mentorship with the CBU community and hosting interviews on campus on Tuesday, March 24 from 12:15 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. in Buckman Hall 112. Mentorship is important in our communities. Children need a positive image to look up to. They need someone to hold them accountable for their actions. Will you be that person? Give the gift of mentorship to a child in need.

I SPEAK FOR MYSELF: As part of the month-long Muslims in Memphis celebration, the CBU Muslim Students’ Association will host a panel discussion entitled “I Speak for Myself” on the topic of feminism and femininity from the perspective of Muslim women. The discussion will be held in Buckman Hall 358 on March 25, 6:00-8:00 p.m. All members of the CBU Community are welcome!

WHAT “NO” MEANS:  Dr. Kelly James (Behavioral Science) will present an engaging discussion on consent, sexual activity, and the dynamics between women and men on March 26 as part of the Women’s History Month Series at CBU. The discussion will take place in the Wilson Family Commons of the Living Learning Center at 3:30 p.m.

SCIENCE TRIVIA FOR ALL: The Society of Physics Students would like to invite ALL STUDENTS with an interest in SCIENCE and FUN to join an exciting evening of the Third Annual Science Trivia Competition on Thursday, March 26 in Assisi Hall 005, 4:00-6:00 p.m. SPS will be hosting a “Jeopardy-like” trivia night with topics including Biology, Math, Chemistry, Science History, and (of course) Physics. PRIZES will be awarded (including an awesome trophy), and small refreshments will be served. Please feel free to either preassemble a team of three, or just stop by and SPS will put you on a team! If there are any questions, feel free to contact Tiffany Corkran at

THE MESSAGE SCREENING: As part of the month-long Muslims in Memphis celebration, the CBU Muslim Students’ Association will screen the The Message in Buckman Hall 358 on March 26, 6:30-8:30 p.m. This 1977 film is a must-see movie depicting the birth of Islam, followed by a discussion with those present.


FOOD & FAITH LECTURE: Dr. Jennifer Ayres will speak on “Come to the Table: Faith and Our Food System” in the University Theater on March 26 at 7:00 p.m. The table around which Christians regularly gather—the Lord’s table—stands as a witness to God’s abundance, God’s presence in the material gifts of the earth, and God’s delight in the nourishment and enlivening of earthly bodies. Each time we share the bread and cup, we testify to God’s presence in the simple acts of eating and drinking together. What does this action mean, however, in the midst of a food system faced with such serious challenges as food insecurity, obstructed access to healthy and affordable food, community instability, environmental degradation, and the disenfranchisement of people? Jennifer Ayres’ research interests include religious environmental education; social activism and religious identity; faith formation in the context of popular culture; and feminist practical theology. She is the author of two books, Waiting for a Glacier to Move: Practicing Social Witness and Good Food: Grounded Practical Theology. Dr. Ayres is is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church and Assistant Professor of Religious Education and Director of the Religious Education Program at Emory University. A reception and book signing will follow the lecture. Copies of Good Food: Grounded Practical Theology will be available for purchase at a 10% discount. Sponsored by the CBU Department of Religion & Philosophy and the Memphis Center for Food and Faith.

CBU’S GOT TALENT: Looking for the next big event on campus?? The Black Student Association will be hosting their annual Talent Show on March 27 in the University Theater, 6:00-8:00 p.m. Tickets will be on sale in Alfonso Dining Hall starting March 2 for only $5. Get yours early because this is one event you don’t want to miss! Do you have a talent? Click here to sign up to perform!

STEEL TOES TO STILETTOS: The Society of Women Engineers is hosting its 4th Annual Steel Toes to Stilettos Wine Tasting and Silent Auction on Friday, March 27 at Just For Lunch in Chickasaw Oaks Plaza (3092 Poplar), starting at 6:00 p.m. There will be hors d¹oeuvres, live music, wine tasting and beer tasting. Single tickets are $30, or a pair of tickets are $50. The funds go towards free engineering workshops for high school and middle school girls that SWE offers every semester. The objective of the workshops is to interest more girls in STEM programs. The funds also support travel costs for SWE students attending the national conference, where they learn many skills for the future and are provided a chance to apply for internships—as well as jobs upon graduation. For information on purchasing advance tickets, visit

fishfryTKE FISH-FRY & TEETER-TOTTER: Want a great meal… and to help amazing children??  The CBU Community is invited to join Tau Kappa Epsilon on Friday, March 27 at 6:30 p.m. in the Buckman Quad for their annual Fish Fry and Teeter-Totter benefiting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. This year, the ladies of Alpha Xi Delta are co-sponsoring the event. Come by to get a plate of fish, hush puppies, fries, slaw, and dessert! Through the generous support of campus partners, TKE is proud to say that 100% of the proceeds will go directly to the hospital.
$10.00 for Faculty, staff and other adults
$5.00 for CBU students and kids under 12.
Members of Tau Kappa Epsilon will be visiting faculty and staff offices this week to offer ticket purchases.

CAREER TRANSITIONS WORKSHOP: Learn the ins-and-outs of networking at the Career Transitions Workshop on “Authentic Networking” on Saturday, March 26 in Montesi Executive Center, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Having a network is essential to the success of your career; it’s how most people get jobs in today’s market.  If the process of building your network is uncomfortable — or you just need to strengthen your skills — join certified professional life coach Jen Frank for this workshop on the importance of networking and how to network according to your own style.  We’ll cover networking at events and in one-on-one situations.  In this interactive — and fun — workshop, we’ll do an exercise so that you can create your personal introduction as well as cover informational interviews in depth.  You’ll leave knowing that networking gets easier with practice and with a practical understanding of what you need to do to build your network.  For more information about your workshop leader, see This is a free event for all CBU alumni, graduate students, CAPS students, and day seniors, sponsored by CBU Career Services, Graduate Business Programs, and the College of Adult Professional Studies. Please RSVP to by Tuesday, March 24. Breakfast will be included.

wing_madnessWING FLING AT THE BUC: It’s March Madness, and that means HOT WINGS AT THE BUC! Watch the Elite Eight on March 26 and 27 in the Buc Galley & Grill and get a 6-Wing Special for only $3.00!! Offer is good from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, March 26-27.


This Week at CBU

Every Friday in Lent: Stations of the Cross with Campus Ministry at De La Salle/Stritch Chapel, 5:30 p.m.
Every Sunday evening: Confessions available in De La Salle/Stritch Chapel, 8:00-9:00 p.m.
Every Tuesday in Lent: Lenten Reflections with Peer Minsters in St. Joseph Hall 10, 7:00 p.m.

LASALLIAN COLLEGIANS PROFESSOR APPRECIATION CAMPAIGN: The Thanks4Teachers Campaign is an initiative by the Lasallian Collegians student organization to encourage students to write a letter or record a video saying thanks to their professors on Tuesday-Thursday in Sabbatini Lounge, 11:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. The letters will be distributed to the faculty and staff, and the video played for the four Schools. One of the five core principles of Lasallian education is quality education, and this will give our students a unique way to offer appreciation to the teachers.

MISS BLACK AND GOLD INTEREST MEETING: The Nu Eta Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. will host an interest meeting for the 2015 Miss Black and Gold Pageant on Wednesday March 18 at CBU in Montesi Executive Center at 5:00 p.m. and at Rhodes College in the Blount Auditorium at 7:00 p.m. Nu Eta welcomes all women who are interested in participating in this event. If anyone is unable to attend either meeting and is interested, please contact for more information.

The CBU Honors Program and Student Government (in conjunction with Career Services) are partnering for CBU’s Do Something Volunteer Fair on ThursdayMarch 19 in Sabbatini Lounge, 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. This event is intended to promote awareness and establish a connection between CBU students, faculty, and staff and our community’s non-profit organizations. More than a dozen local agencies will be on hand with volunteer opportunities, and Career Services will be there to help guide you in translating volunteer experience to important job skills. Participating agencies include Latino Memphis, Shelby Farms, Memphis Botanic Garden, Mid-South Spay and Neuter, the Community of St. Therese of Lisieux, The Church Health Center, DeNeuville Learning Center, Manna House, the Red Cross, Memphis Athletic Ministries, Memphis Child Advocacy Center, and more. Be sure to stop by our first ever CBU volunteer fair and see how YOU can make an impact!

RESEARCH PRESENTATION: As part of the research forum of the President’s Commission on Women, Dr. Malinda Fitzgerald (Biology) will present her research work on Thursday, March 19 from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. in Assisi Hall 153. All faculty, staff and students are welcome to attend the event.

ISLAM 101: March has been officially recognized as the month to celebrate Muslims in Memphis, and the CBU Muslim Students’ Association will present several events this month, starting with ”Islam 101: A Brief Introduction to Islam” on Thursday, March 19 in Montesi Executive Center, 7:00-9:00 p.m. This brief presentation about the basic beliefs and teachings of Islam will be followed by a question and answer session with those present. All members of the CBU Community are welcome!

STEMM WORKSHOP: Christian Brothers University in partnership with Christian Brothers High School is offering a workshop for educators featuring Dr. Justin Whitmer on “Facilitating Questions and Creating Problems” on Friday, March 20 in Montesi Executive Center, 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Participants will apply the basic principles of scientific inquiry and design thinking integral to Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Medicine (STEMM) education; participate in collaborative breakout sessions to build lesson plans with compelling problems and case studies in various disciplines such as English, Literature, Social Studies, Sciences, and Fine Arts; learn tips to transform a classroom into a collaborative learning environment in multiple academic disciplines in grades K-12; and build project-based and problem-based lesson plans and develop assessment strategies to employ in classrooms. The cost is $95 (which includes lunch), and participants will earn six PDHs for attending. Online enrollment is available at For more information, contact Rebeccca Neves, CBHS STEMM CoLaB Director, at

CAREER TRACKS 2.0: Attention sophomores! Plan to attend Career Tracks 2.0 — a Career Planning Program designed just for you! Discover your best major and career path with career and major assessments, a luncheon with local employers, and a faculty panel discussing how to explore different majors. Saturday, March 21 in Buckman Hall, 9:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Register via email at There are limited spots, so register NOW!!

trivia_tvALUMNI TRIVIA WITH BROTHER IGGY: Think you know just about everything? Come on out and display your knowledge of the trial (and not-so-trivial) on Saturday, March 21 in Alfonso Dining Hall. Hosted by CBU’s own Quizmaster General, Brother Ignatius Brown, the festivity begins at 6:00 p.m. when the doors open and really gets festive at 6:30 when the first fast-ball question is pitched. Register your six-person team for $15 per person (CBU students are just $5 per person!) at! Community tables available for individuals and walk-ins. BYOB/BYOF (food and drink), but free soft drinks and bar snacks will be available. Prizes will be awarded for all members of first and second place teams, and door prizes will be drawn throughout the evening. Brother Ignatius will also hold a “Heads or Tails” contest for further prizes! Mulligans are available per team at the door, five for $20. They can be used one per round through the 8th round. All proceeds from the evening benefit the National Alumni Association Scholarship.

RECEPTION FOR BARTLETT ART EXHIBITION: A public reception for the artists of the Bartlett Art Association, whose work is currently on exhibition in the Beverly & Sam Ross Gallery, will be held in the gallery (lower level of Plough Library) on Sunday, March 22, 2:00-4:00 p.m. Participating artists are Sheila Bentley, Jeanie Box, Gene Callaway, Carol Caughey, Nancy Crossett, Rita Datillo, Lynda Davison, Becky Deaux, Sandra Horton, Lyle, Becky Ross McRae, Carol Pollard, Sandra Swett, Jeanne Tutor, Joe L. Umphress, Linda E. Umphress, Marc Wheetley, and Jon Woodhams. More information at the Ross Gallery website.

Engineers vs. Soccer Globetrotters, Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. (Recreation League Playoffs)
 ZTA vs. Soccer Girls, Tuesday at 8:00 p.m. (Women’s League Playoffs)
 Redeem Team vs. TKE 1, Tuesday at 9:00 p.m. (Men’s League Playoffs)
 TKE 2 vs. Faculty/Staff, Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. (Recreation League Playoffs)
 Tunes Squad vs. Pippen Ain’t Easy, Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. (Women’s League Playoffs)
 Uncle Drew’s Nephews vs. Kappa Sigma, Wednesday at 9:00 p.m. (Men’s League Championship games will be held on Thursday, March 19 at 7:00, 8:00 and 9:00 p.m.  All games are in Canale Arena

WATOTO CHILDREN’S CHOIR: Our neighbors at Lindenwood Christian Church will host the Watoto Children’s Choir on Friday, March 20, performing their new production “Oh, What Love” in Stauffer Hall at 7:00 p.m. Based on the Bible verse, 1 John 3:1, “See what kind of love the father has given us, that
we should be called children of God, and so we are,” the production is a unique worship experience. Underscored with the original sounds and rhythms of Africa, it blends traditional and modern dance. Watoto Children’s Choirs have travelled internationally since 1994 as advocates for the estimated 50 million children in Africa, orphaned as a result of HIV/AIDS, war, poverty and disease.

This Week at CBU

TRAILBLAZERS OF MEMPHIS PROGRAM: CBU’s Collegiate Chapter of the NAACP and the  Black Student Association will host the inaugural Trailblazers of Memphis Gala. The Gala will honor current trailblazers of Memphis speakers from the Memphis area who have devoted their lives to destroying barriers and increasing civil rights for all in their respective fields.  The program will take place in the University Theater at 6:00 p.m., featuring Mr. David Porter from the Stax Museum, Ms. Velma Lois Jones, former TEA President, and former Mayor Willie Herenton. Join this celebration of the contributions that these individuals made to help cultivate the environment that we live in today. For questions, email Click here to RSVP for this event.

Monday, March 2: Alcohol Informational (Alfonso Foyer, 11:00-1:30) You probably think you know all about alcohol; but some things might still surprise you. Plus, driving impaired can impact many people’s lives. Come hear the story of one such incident from many different perspectives
Tuesday, March 3: Commuter Breakfast (St. Joseph Hall Breezeway, 9:00-10:00 a.m.) After a busy night, sometimes the best thing is to wake up and prepare a quality breakfast. Well we’ve got breakfast covered. Student Life staff will be distributing Chic-Fil-A biscuits. Supplies are limited; one per person.
Wednesday, March 4: Awareness Expo (Sabbatini Lounge, 11:00-1:00) It’s the return of the Awareness Expo and your opportunity to win some FREE GAS CARDS! Come take the beer goggle challenge, play a few rounds of Bei Rut; try your hand at some alcohol trivia; and grab an awesome jello shot as you head out the door.
Thursday, March 5: Mocktails (Alfonso Dining Hall, 11:30-1:00) Get ready for the beach and other spring break destinations with these alcohol-free alternatives. Members of the Student Life staff will prepare these specialty drinks for you; so be sure to drop by.

Every Friday in Lent: Stations of the Cross with Campus Ministry at De La Salle/Stritch Chapel, 5:30 p.m.
Every Sunday evening: Confessions available in De La Salle/Stritch Chapel, 8:00-9:00 p.m.
Every Tuesday in Lent: Lenten Reflections with Peer Minsters in St. Joseph Hall 10, 7:00 p.m.