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This Week at La Salle

March 31, 2021

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A season of reflection and hope

While the past 12 months have carried threats to hope, “these days ahead remind us that hope springs eternal,” President Colleen M. Hanycz, Ph.D., wrote in a message to the La Salle community, extending Easter and Passover blessings.

A safe return after Easter

Following Easter, the University returns to campus and enters into a quiet period of exclusively remote instruction for one week. Read up on La Salle’s measures to keep campus safe, including a reintegration testing strategy.

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Upcoming Mass schedule

La Salle University Ministry, Service and Support has developed a schedule of Catholic liturgies for Holy Week and Easter Week, beginning with the Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and continuing with Masses through next week. Find out how you can celebrate, whether in-person or via livestream.

Featured Events

Weighing in: How can we identify and reduce weight stigma?

Today, 3:30 p.m.

Edie Goldbacher, Ph.D., associate professor of psychology, and Ilana Chamdi, a student in the Psy.D. program in clinical psychology, address this important topic today in the final installment of the semester’s Explorer Café series. Here’s how to register.

12th annual Michael J. Kerlin Memorial Lecture

Wednesday, April 7, 2 p.m.

The University welcomes Graham McAleer, Ph.D, professor of philosophy at Loyola University Maryland, as the featured guest speaker of this year’s Kerlin Lecture. The event is open to all.

Justice in the World and the Mission of Lasallian Education Today: Enacting the Common Good

Wednesday, April 7, 7 p.m.

The Lasallian Association of Colleges and Universities invites all to this virtual symposium, which will be moderated by Br. Ernest J. Miller, FSC, D.Min, vice president of mission, diversity, and inclusion. Here’s how to register.

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Studying abroad, virtually

This summer, students can explore the monuments of ancient Rome or live the Irish-American experience—from literally anywhere. Learn about virtual travel-study opportunities at La Salle.

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La Salle in the media

Reporters tapped University experts to discuss topics ranging from Dr. Seuss books and the future of workspaces, to COVID-19 vaccines and the intersection of baths and mindfulness. Check out this month’s highlights.

More to explore

COVID-19 vaccine certification

Have you completed a full cycle of the COVID-19 vaccine? If so, the University invites employees and students to submit a COVID-19 vaccine certification form.

The Basket

The St. Benilde Tower location of The Basket, La Salle’s on-campus food pantry, is open today from 12–5:30 p.m.