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Candlelight Vigil

A quite new event from Miriam Kwietniewska ’13:

Stressed out? Overworked? A lot of things on your mind? Like candles?

On November 1st Memorial Chapel will be lit up with hundreds of candles and open to everyone on campus as a safe space for quiet reflection, meditation, thought, prayer, and/or relaxation. Stop in anytime from 8-10pm and utilize this beautiful and peaceful space for your own personal reflections.

Free and open to all!! Memorial Chapel will glow like never before.

Date: Nov. 1
Time: 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Place: Memorial Chapel
Cost: The chance to attend all the other candlelight vigils on campus that night, but I’m pretty sure this one will be the most popular anyway. Go for it!

Vigil for Gaza

Please join us for a vigil that commemorates and reflects upon the innocent lives lost and disrupted in the recent conflict in Gaza. We plan to join in solidarity with the hope of peace.

This event is hosted by AMES (Arab and Middle Eastern Students), ADAPT (Awareness, Dialogue, and Action about Palestine/Israel Today), the IJL (Interfaith Justice League), the MSA (Muslim Student Association), and the Havurah (Jewish student association).

What: Vigil for Gaza
When: Wednesday, Jan 28th from 9pm – 9:30 pm
Where: Smith Reading Room (usually the quiet room inside Olin)

Candlelight Vigil for Mumbai Terror Attacks

There will be a candlelight vigil tomorrow to reflect, respond, and pray for those affected in the recent terror attacks and for peace in our world.

What: Candlelight vigil
When: Friday, Dec 5th at 5 PM.
Where: Olin steps (lobby if raining).