4/15, 6-8pm: Aquinas Catholic Graduate Fellowship
4/15, 7:30-9:30pm: MSA Kalaam Cafe
4/15, 7:30-8:30pm: Wesley/Baptist Student Fellowship
4/15, 8:30-9:30pm: Aquinas Women's Study
4/15, 8:30-10:30pm: AIA
4/15, 10pm-12:30am: Sweet: Murray-Dodge CafÈ T-shirt Painting Night
Free cookies and tea as always!
Sponsor: Office of Religious Life, AI and Pride Alliance
4/14, noon-1pm: ORL Hour of Power
4/14, 1-3pm: ORL PAC Lunch Meeting
4/14, 4:30-6pm: H! Bible Study
4/14, 4:30-5pm: PBSG Meditation
4/14, 6-7pm: Gita Study
4/14, 6-9pm: OCF Weekly Meeting
4/14, 9pm-midnight: Manna Small Group
4/14, 10pm-12:30am: Cafe Coffeehouse
4/14, 9pm, PHS: Sloka
4/14, 4:30pm, GCF: Prayer
4/14, 4:30pm: Andrew Natsios: 'Philanthropy and Development: Does Private Foreign Aid Work?
Andrew Natsios is a distinguished professor in the Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. In 2006, President Bush appointed him Special Coordinator for International Disaster Assistance and Special Humanitarian Coordinator for Sudan, focusing specifically on Darfur. From 2001 to 2006, Natsios served as administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), the lead US government agency doing international economic development and humanitarian assistance. During this period, he managed USAID's reconstruction programs in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Sudan. From 1993 to 1998, Natsios was vice president of World Vision U.S., the largest faith-based non-governmental organization in the world with programs in 103 countries. Natsios served in the Massachusetts House of Representatives from 1975 to 1987. He also was chairman of the Massachusetts Republican State Committee for seven years. After serving 23 years in the U.S. Army Reserves as a civil affairs officer, Natsios retired in 1995 with the rank of lieutenant colonel. He is a veteran of the Gulf War. A Doll Family Lecture on Religion and Money. Free and open to the public. Please visit www.princeton.edu/csr for more details.
Sponsor: Center for the Study of Religion
4/14, 6:15pm: Problems with a Christian God: Suffering
Open discussion with Manna staff and students on how God can allow suffering. All are welcome! Discussion will be centered on the 'Problems with a Christian God' CD passed out during Easter week. E-mail jhhan at princeton.edu for a CD.
4/14, 7:30pm: Sonja's Legacy
A presentation by Dr. Robert Fischl about the life and death of his cousin, Sonja Fischerova through her artwork, which was created while she was imprisoned in the Terezin Concentration Camp. She, her sister, her mother and later her Bauhaus-schooled art teacher were deported to Auschwitz and murdered by the Nazis. Dr. Fischl is a Holocaust survivor, a professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering at Drexel University, and the grandfather of Kate Fischl '11. For more information, please contact kfischl at princeton.edu or visit www.sonjaslegacy.com .