Alive is a night of praise, worship and adoration held on the third Monday of each month at 9 pm. ALIVE wants to provide Duquesne students with an escape from the stress of schoolwork to worship in song. Afterwards, there are always refreshments provided across the street from the Chapel in Bayer Hall. Contact Brenda Merrick at email@example.com for more information.
Agape Latte is a new monthly event brought to Duquesne from Boston University. It includes coffeehouse music from Duquesne students, a speech from a Duquesne faculty member and lots of free coffee and desserts. Stay tuned for our 2020 Agape Latte events!
Duquesne Students Aganist Climate Change
Campus Ministry has spent the Fall 2019 semester fighting against climate change. You've probably seen us in the Union encouraging students to sign a petition for the U.S Senate to act on climate change, or seen our social media posts all about it. We interviewed Duquesne students on why they care about climate change, and this is what they had to say.