2/25, 10pm-1am: SWEET: M-D CAFE MUG PAINTING NIGHT
Saturday, February 25, Princeton University's Annual Memorial Service, the Service of Remembrance, at 3pm in the University Chapel.
Princeton University's Annual Memorial Service is a cherished part of Alumni Day. First held in 1919, the Service of Remembrance remembers with honor and affection those Princetonians alumni, students, faculty and staff whose deaths were recorded during the prior calendar year.
2/25, 5-7:30pm: Manna International Student Dinner
2/25, 7-10pm: MSA Hijabi Monologues - Our Stories. Our Words
It is about a space for Muslim American women to share their experiences; a space to breathe as they are; a space that does not claim to tell every story and speak for every voice.Through sharing stories, strangers touch and connect. Through stories, we are challenged. Through stories, we are human.
Hijabi Monologues: Our stories. Our words.
2/24, 4:30-5:30pm: PBSG Meditation
2/24, 6-8pm: Muslim Life Program Kalaam Cafe
2/24, 12:30-3pm: Muslim Life Program Friday Prayer
2/24, 5-11:55pm: PEF Friday/Night Fellowship
2/24, 10-11:55pm: Cafe
2/24, 8-9am: Manna Morning Prayer
2/24, 6-7pm: Sikhs of Princeton Weekly Meeting
2/23, 4:30pm: The Veritas Forum at Princeton - "Why Would Anyone Believe in God?" with Professor John Lennox
A personal conversation and Q&A with Professor John Lennox, University of Oxford professor, mathematician, and philosopher of science. Throughout history, ideas and ethical systems have come and gone, religions have emerged and faded, and intellectual movements have thrived only to be supplanted. The questions arise: what, if anything, is worth believing ¬Ö and why?
2/23, 4:30-5:30pm: PBSG Meditation
2/23, 12-1pm: ORL Meditation Lunch
2/23, 4:30-5:45pm: Aquinas Bible Study
2/23, 7-8:30pm: Muslim Life Program Beautiful Names of God
2/23, 7:30-9pm: Wesley/Baptist Discussion Group
2/23, 10-12:30am: Cafe
2/23, 6-7:30pm: PUSH Weekly Meeting
2/23, 8-9am: Manna Morning Prayer
2/23, 7pm: Sikhs of Princeton Movie Screening "A Little Revolution
The Sikhs of Princeton would like to invite you to attend the campus screening of the movie "A Little Revolution." This movie records the real and current horror stories of north India's most recent phenomenon, orphans. By tonight, 45 Indian farmers would have committed suicide due to the pressures of debt in the corrupt business of the seed industry. Multi-National Corporations and their business practices are forcing farmers to take their own lives, as they cannot pay off the debt they owe foreign companies. Feeling immense shame and despair for losing their ancestral land and dignity, farmers take their own lives leaving behind thousands of orphans monthly.
The majority of Sikhs live in North India and the overwhelming rate of Sikh orphans is growing exponentially. This investigative documentary discusses historical, political, and economical factors that have led to the difficulties of farmers in the farming communities of India. It is a powerful movie that sheds light on what Dr. Vandana Shiva calls "a genocide of over 250,000 farmers thus far".
Who: Director and Producer will attend to answer questions
What: A Little Revolution
When: Feb. 23, 7 PM
Where: Frist Theater
Why: Because you care.
2/23, 8pm: The Veritas Forum at Princeton: "Making Sense of Suffering: A Dialogue Between an Atheist and a Christian" with Gideon Rosen and Professor
Featuring: Gideon Rosen, Professor of Philosophy, Princeton University and John Lennox, Professor of Mathematics and Philosophy, Oxford University.
Moderated by: Eric Gregory, Professor of Religion, Princeton University
The Veritas Forum at Princeton will be hosting a dialogue between two experts with different worldviews on the topic of how Christianity and Atheism make sense of suffering. John Lennox, professor of mathematics at Oxford University will provide the Christian perspective, while Princeton's own Gideon Rosen, professor of philosophy, will offer the Atheist viewpoint. Professor Eric Gregory will moderate the discussion
2/22, 4:30-5:30pm: PBSG Meditation
2/22, 6-7:30pm: Hindu Life Program Bhagavad Gita Study Group
2/22, 4:45-6:30pm: Hallelujah! Bible Study
2/22, 7:30-9pm: PEF Jr. Women's Bible Study
2/22, 12-1pm: ORL Hour of Power with Rev. Deborah K. Blanks and Rev. Dr. David Buschman
A weekly one hour interdenominational gathering for faculty and staff held on Wednesdays at noon. Diverse clergy from local churches and distinguished faculty clergy from Princeton Theological Seminary are the primary preachers.