Ongoing - 2013 edition of the Bottom Shelf Review will have a section of poems, fiction pieces, and essays entirely devoted to the concept of labyrinth. All undergraduate and graduate students are eligible as are all staff and faculty. To submit please email your piece to Dr. Michael G. Cornelius at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Monday March 25.
February 13 to April 3 - Lenten Worship series on the theme, “Pilgrimage” 12 noon.12.30am on Wednesdays from Feb 13-April 3. The Lenten series will include guest speaker the Rev. Marge Iddings on Feb 27. March 2
- A Day of R.E.S.T. Retreat at Bon Secours Retreat Center in Marriottsville, Maryland. A journey of Reflection and Renewal. Event facilitated by Andrea Springer. Transportation leaves campus 7.30am and returns by 6pm. Includes breakfast and lunch. Open to students, staff and faculty. Email email@example.com to secure a spot.
March 22 - Showing of Movie “The Way”, about a father walking the El Camino de Santiago pilgrimage through France/Spain (shown simultaneous English/Spanish) - http://theway-themovie.com/ with Guest speaker who has just completed the El Camino de Santiago, with Spanish food. Movie will be shown at 4pm in Allen Audetorium. A Spanish-themed meal is to follow at 6pm in Patterson Lounge.
April 29 (Ongoing) - Creation of a stone labyrinth of the Main Green from April 29. Everyone in our community will be invited to paint a stone to place on the labyrinth to mark ‘the way.’ The temporary nature of the labyrinth will be a symbol of the ongoing nature of this project. This goes beyond building a labyrinth or even walking a labyrinth to “living the labyrinth”.
May 4 - Art Invitational for students, staff and faculty on the theme “Labyrinth” for art exhibit in Lenfest Commons on World Labyrinth Day