Apr 21


Olive White Garvey Business and Technology Building, LAB7

student life Events

The Hack-A-Thon is open to all Friends students without regard to their major or class standing. Freshman through senior students from a variety of majors work together to combine their skills and help outside clients develop web sites and other applications; develop computer games; learn to configure and manage Linux servers and clients; and develop a personal portfolio website. Hack-A-Thons allow students to graduate with several “real world” projects on their resume. Hack-A-Thons are a way for students to learn new skills and gain confidence within and outside of their major area of study in a non-graded, learning community environment.

Apr 26

Chapel – Guy Chmieleski

Davis Administration Building, Alumni Auditorium

student life Events

Guy joined the Friends community in 2016 and serves as the Campus Pastor and Dean of Campus Ministries. He is a happy husband and proud father of five beautiful kids. Guy has spent his entire career serving students and campus communities through various campus ministry roles. Guy has also authored three books: Noise.Hurry.Crowds. On Creating Space for God Amidst the Chaos of Campus and Culture (Seedbed, ’15), CAMPUS gODS: Exposing the Idols That Can Derail Your Present and Destroy Your Future (Seedbed, ’13), and Shaping Their Future: Mentoring Students Through Their Formative College Years (Seedbed, ’13).