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Graduate students and young adults, join us for the third installment of Trivia Night! We’ll have snacks, drinks, and 6 rounds of thrilling trivia with PRIZES for the winning team. Trivia will be conducted in the style of a pub quiz, where every team will have the opportunity to answer every question. Doors will open at 7:00 PM and trivia will begin at 7:30 PM
All Undergrads are invited to our Welcome Ice Cream Social. Join us on Thursday night as we gather to celebrate the start of the school year. This an opportunity to meet new friends and eat lots of ice cream with toppings. Bring your friends. Contact Lourdes at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
All Students are invited to take a study break and join us for Food and Finals. Thursday will feature all the snacks you ate in your childhood like Bagel Bites, Dino Nuggets, Go-Gurts, Capri Suns and more. Friday night will feature Mexican hot chocolate and sweet breads.
Join us for our First Annual Trivia Night! We'll have snacks, alcoholic (for those 21+) and equally attractive non-alcoholic drinks, and 6 rounds of thrilling trivia with PRIZES for the winning team. Trivia will be conducted in the style of a pub quiz, where every team will have the opportunity to answer every question.
This weekend retreat designed for undergraduate and graduate students offers an opportunity to experience Christian community in a beautiful oceanfront setting. Koinonia is a Greek word for community. St. Paul used it to describe a newly formed group of Christian believers who shared in communion, encouraging one another as they journeyed through life. We invite you to journey with us as we form new friendships and deepen our friendship with God. Fee: $50. [Register...]
All are welcome on Good Friday to hike the Stanford Dish and prayerfully reflect on the way of the cross. The loop at the Dish is a moderate hike which is just over 3 miles. There will be two options. The longer hike will encompass the entire loop of the Dish, taking about 2 hours. The shorter will do half of the stations one way and come back the same way to complete the stations, lasting about 1 hour. Please wear good walking shoes and bring a bottle of water. Meet at the Stanford Ave entrance.
Our hospital volunteers will be commissioned at a special Mass at noon on Thursday, March 30, in the Children’s Hospital Auditorium. Bishop McGrath will preside. Anyone working at the hospital or Med School who would like to attend and support our hospital volunteers is encouraged to attend. Contact Teresa (email@example.com) for more information.
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Join us for a Lenten Taizé Prayer Service. Taizé is a beautiful traditional form of sung prayer, usually around a cross, that tends to include a repeated harmonized chant/refrain. You don't need to sing to participate. Following Taizé, you are invited to stay for Tuesday night Adoration at 9 and Rosary at 10 PM.
The What Matters to Me and Why series is a program of Stanford's Office for Religious Life that encourages reflection within the Stanford community on matters of personal values, beliefs, and motivations in order to better understand the lives and inspirations of those who shape the University. In this talk, we'll hear from Marc Tessier-Lavigne, Stanford's eleventh president. [More information from ORL web site]
Students and young adults join us for a dynamic Catholic worship experience. Whether you're in college or a professional, single or couples, with or without children, we invite you to join other young adults for an evening of worship that includes vibrant contemporary music, a talk by one of our medical students, and great refreshments.
At the ORL's University Public Worship, the Reverend Jim Wallis will be preaching and all are invited. Jim Wallis is president and founder of Sojourners in Washington, D.C., a non-profit faith-based organization, network and movement whose mission statement calls for "putting faith into action for social justice."