The Wackerlin Center hosts ‘Believe, Serve, Lead’ series every Tuesday

What do you build your life around? In our fast-paced, diverse and demanding world, finding some solid ground can be bewildering. Students looking to discuss the things that matter most in their life, can join others every Tuesday at The Wackerlin Center for the ‘Believe, Serve, Lead’ series.

‘Believe, Serve, Lead’ is an opportunity for students to gather in a relaxed, inclusive and informal setting to reflect on the questions and experiences that shape their lives’ meaning and purpose.

“Focusing on a range of topics — global issues, spirituality, democracy, service, character and identity — we will explore what we want our lives to amount to, and how we want to engage with the life of the world,” said Jonathan Dean, University Chaplain and Director of Campus Ministry. “We hope to discover the gifts we each have to offer, and how together we can make a real difference.”

All are welcome, and all perspectives are valued. Food will be provided.

Every Tuesday from 6:30 – 8 p.m.
The Wackerlin Center
430 S. Evanslawn Ave. (south of Vago Field)

September 4
What I Did This Summer
Cody Fuerst, AUSA President

September 11
We remember 9/11
Led by AU Students

September 18
Your Country Needs You!
Amy Manion, Information Services Librarian

September 25
Building a Life on What Matters
Kris Johnson, Director of Student Leadership

October 2
What I Did This Summer
Julie Gregg, AUHRO President

October 9
Open Forum: Hot Topics

October 16
Science and Religion?
Jane Davis, Associate Professor of Biology

October 23
Leadership for Service
Mary Tarling, Assistant Professor of Accounting and Director of Servant Leadership

October 30
Open Forum: Hot Topics

November 6
What I Did This Summer
Alissa Evans, B.A. Psychology ’13

November 13
Diwali Celebration

November 20
No meeting: Thanksgiving break

November 27
Open Forum: Hot Topics

December 4
Holiday Open House and Hanukkah Celebration
4:00 – 9:00 p.m.

December 11
Finals Week De-Stress Night