Boba Tea Party

Come grab a treat at Sullivan Library’s Boba Tea Party!
Supplies are limited, and it will be first come, first served.


Don’t want a Boba Tea? You can still participate in our raffle.

Thursday, December 7
2:30 – 4:00 pm
Sullivan Library Cafe

Bake Sale at Granito

Social Science Club Bake Sale

Stop by Granito and support the Social Work Club!

Bake Sale 🧁 Social Work Club

DUNY NAACP Interest Meeting

The Truth About Epilepsy: Dispelling Myths

Please join us Thursday, 11/9, Palisades Room, Casey Hall, 11:15 – 12:30, to debunk common myths and learn safety protocol from our local expert Michelle Quinn, Capabilities/Epilepsy Society of Southern NY.

According to the Epilepsy Foundation, more than 3.4 million people are affected by epilepsy, making this condition the 4th most common neurological disorder in the world. In the U.S. alone, about 150,000 individuals are diagnosed annually; 1 in 100 has had a single unprovoked episode or has a diagnosis. 1 in 26 people will develop epilepsy in their lifetime.

Kindly RSVP.

Sponsored by Special Services
Capabilities maintains an environment where adults with epilepsy, parents and caretakers of children with epilepsy can talk freely,
gain information and feel supported and stay connected.

Regina Rivera Memorial Tournament and Athletic Hall of Fame Induction

Join us on Sunday, November 19, 2023, at the Holt Room in the Hennessy Center at 12:30 PM for the Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Maureen and Monica Irwin will accept the honor on behalf of Regina Rivera. Following the ceremony, there will be a champagne toast and a light reception featuring sandwiches, soups, and salads.

At 2 PM, head to the Main Gymnasium for the Regina Rivera Memorial Basketball Game.

RSVP now to secure your spot.

This event has sold out.
Thank you!


Hot Cocoa Bombs

Mind Body Yoga

Please Join Us for Mind Body Yoga

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 Tuesdays at 5 pm

Starting October 10 through December 12, 2023

• Some yoga mats are available
• Wear comfortable clothes
• Bring water & a blanket


Holt Room, Hennessy Center


Alternative Spring Break Info Session

11am • Student Engagement Lounge • Granito 

El Salvador Pupusa Fundraiser

Please contact Dana McStowe for more information. 

Living the Legacy

The Living the Legacy speech is delivered each year by a very special Alumni of Dominican University. It is with great pleasure we share this year’s Founders Week Living the Legacy is:

Mr. Daniel Colon – Dominican University, Class of 2013
Research and Development Specialist 
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

And the 2023 Recipient of the Badami Outstanding Alumni Award

Spirit of the Founders: Student Recognition

Please join us for refreshments in the Granito Center as we celebrate Dominican University’s 2023: Spirit of the Founders honorees:

Stacy Eliezer and Louis Rodriguez

The “Spirit of the Founders Award” is highly regarded at Dominican University. This award represents a respect for the values and traditions that have endured for centuries and holds the promise that the Dominican tradition will be carried on. The “Spirit of the Founders Award” also represents for its recipients a strong belief in their potential as leaders, as they leave Dominican University to make their mark in the world.