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Nov. 29, Monday
  • ODU Chorus Performs "What Child is This?" – 7 p.m., Christ the King Chapel
    Under the direction of Sheila Cafmeyer, this concert features university musicians and accompanist Tessa Biskner. You'll enjoy 60 minutes of lullabies and songs of praise to the newborn King, sure to lift your heart and prepare you to receive Him once again. Tonight's event is open to the public as part of ODU's Christmas Celebration week. Admission is free.
Nov. 30, Tuesday
  • White Castle Winter Wonderland Breakfast – 7:45-9 a.m. in the Griffin Student Center’s Fireplace Lounge
  • Mass – Noon in Christ the King Chapel
  • 12 Stations of Holiday Magic – 5-7 p.m. in the Griffin Student Center’s Fireplace Lounge
  • Student Christmas Extravaganza – 8-9:30 p.m. in the Griffin Student Center’s lower level and Fireplace Lounge
  • Women’s Nights on Campus – 7 p.m. in the Griffin Student Center, room 281
Dec. 1, Wednesday
  • Holiday Art Market – 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. in Wehrle Hall
  • Advent Faculty and Staff Lunch & Learn – Noon in the St. Catherine of Siena Room
  • Community Dinner – 5-6:30 p.m. in Hamilton Hall
  • Visiting Santa’s Workshop – 5-7 p.m. in the St. Catherine of Siena Room
  • Christmas Tree-Lighting Ceremony and Blessing of the Crèche – 6:30 p.m. outside Erskine Hall


Dec. 2, Thursday
  • Mass – Noon in Christ the King Chapel
  • Mini Student Art Exhibition – 12:30-2 p.m. in the Griffin Student Center
  • Guided Meditation – 4 p.m. in the Griffin Student Center’s Meditation Room
  • Senior Honors Presentation: “The Influence of Music Tempo and Preference on Anaerobic Weightlifting in Men” – Presented by Sean Alden Marin ’21, Exercise Science, at 3:30 p.m. in the Griffin Student Center, rooms 258-259.
Dec. 3, Friday
  • Guatemala Study Abroad Info Session – 1 p.m. in Erskine Hall, room 204
    The deadline to apply for our ODU faculty-led study abroad trips to Prague and Guatemala during the May term is quickly approaching! We hope you will take some time over Thanksgiving break to discuss these exciting opportunities with your family. If you are interested in participating in either program, please submit your application. We have extended the deadline for both to December 10th. There will be a Guatemala Information Session on December 3rd at 1:00pm in Erskine 204. Dr. Julie Hart will be presenting details about what to expect on the trip and from the course. If you have any questions about either program, please do not hesitate to send them by email or set up an appointment with a study abroad advisor! We look forward to reviewing your application soon!
  • History Club / Dept. Movie Night "Lincoln"– 6 p.m. in Matesich Theatre, Erskine Hall
    History Club and History Department movie night, featuring “Lincoln.” In 1865, President Abraham Lincoln looks to defeat the Confederacy during the Civil War and pass the 13th Amendment, abolishing slavery in the U.S. forever. Starring Sally Fields and Daniel Day-Lewis.
Dec. 4, Saturday
  • No activities scheduled
Dec. 5, Sunday
  • Mass – 7 p.m. in Christ the King Chapel
Dec. 6, Monday
  • Stress-Free Zone – Noon-2 p.m., Griffin Student Center Fireplace Lounge
    Come out, relax and clear your mind. We’ll have arts & crafts, food & drinks, massage therapy, relaxation techniques and emotional support dogs.
  • Breakfast Under the Stars – 9-10 p.m., Hamilton Hall
Dec. 7, Tuesday
  • Mass – Noon in Christ the King Chapel
Dec. 8, Wednesday
  • Mass – Noon in Christ the King Chapel
Dec. 9, Thursday
  • Mass – Noon in Christ the King Chapel
Dec. 10, Friday
  • No activities scheduled
Dec. 11, Saturday
  • No activities scheduled

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