Campus Ministry

Art of dating to be subject of discussion

When Vicki Thorn talks about chemistry, she makes it clear she means the art, not just the science.

A registered nurse, biologist, and committed Roman Catholic, the sex expert will lead a discussion on relationships entitled “The Imperfect Art of Dating,” at 6 p.m. Thursday, February 7, in Assumption University’s Freed-Orman Centre.

She promises a thought-provoking evening on an aspect of young adulthood which can be both exhilarating and extremely frustrating.

Campus Ministry dinner to feature Iron Chef-style competition

Diners will be the judges during an Iron Chef-style cooking competition at Assumption University on Monday, February 6.

Three teams will compete to use a secret ingredient in the tastiest and most creative dishes during Campus Ministry’s Monday dinner. For just $2, student diners can try all three meals and pick their favourites.

Set to start at 6 p.m. in the Freed-Orman Centre, the event follows 5:30 p.m. Mass in Assumption University Chapel. Find more information on the Facebook events page.

Students empowered by community volunteer project

A commitment to helping the community and practicing their faith in a meaningful way gave a group of UWindsor students the impetus to devote two months this past summer to living and working as a group.

The Empower project, an initiative of Assumption University Campus Ministry, saw eight young people living rent and expense-free in a home paid for by Assumption University from mid-May to mid-July, in exchange for service to local community agencies and a willingness to develop a long-term strategy for community service in the west end of Windsor.