Mustang Sports Report: August 27, 2012

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MUSTANG SOCCER COMPLETES FIRST WEEK OF ACTION
The 2012 fall sports campaign began with feature match-ups against a pair of NCAA Division I opponents for our soccer programs. On Friday, the men’s soccer team traveled to Kalamazoo to take on mighty Western Michigan University. The road tilt against the heavily-favored Broncos ended in a 4-0 decision for the home team. The Mustangs fought hard and nearly notched a couple of goals against the D1 counterpart. Also on Friday, the women’s soccer team made the short trek to face the Titans of University of Detroit-Mercy. The Titans, picked as favorites to win their conference, were frustrated all match by a stellar Mustang defense that only allowed three goals to their favored opponent (Final: UDM 3, Marygrove 0).

HISTORY! MUSTANG VOLLEYBALL STARTS SEASON 2-0 FOR FIRST TIME IN PROGRAM HISTORY
Friday marked plenty of firsts for the volleyball program at Marygrove College. New head coach Jamie Baker coached intercollegiate contest No.1 and made the most of it in her first match with a new team. The team, anchored by four seniors that helped start the program in 2009, was able to help Baker win her first match as a college head coach. After all the action was complete, the Mustangs won both matches to earn a 2-0
record for the first time in program history. Coach Baker will sit down with MARYGROVEMUSTANGS.COM later this week for a recap of Friday’s events.

Please visit WWW.MARYGROVEMUSTANGS.COM for the latest information on Marygrove College Athletics.

THIS WEEK IN MUSTANG ATHLETICS

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29
Men’s Soccer: Scrimmage @ Schoolcraft College 4:00 PM
Volleyball: Scrimmage @ Schoolcraft College 7:00 PM

FRIDAY, AUGUST 31
Men’s Soccer HOME OPENER v. Spring Arbor University 2:00 PM – MARYGROVE COLLEGE SOCCER FIELD
Women’s Volleyball @ Penn State Invitational – Hosted by Penn State Greater Allegheny
Match 1: Cincinnati Clermont 4:30 PM
Match 2: Penn State-Fayette 6:00 PM
Match 3: Penn State-Beaver 7:30 PM

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1
Women’s Volleyball @ Penn State Invitational – Hosted by Penn State Greater Allegheny
Match 1: Penn State-New Kensington 9:00 AM
Match 2: TBA (based on round robin seeding)

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There’s still time to enroll for this course!

Originally posted on Marygrove Campus News:

A new topic has been added to the Fall, 2012 Social Work Course Program Schedule. Marygrove’s Social Work department will be presenting its first section of “Working with LGBT Individuals and Communities,” (SW 200-01 – Special Topics) and it promises to be an interesting and popular course.

Description
This 2-credit course is designed to enhance your professional competence in working with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) individuals and communities. Course content explores social work practice at the micro, mezzo, and macro levels and across social, political, and economic realms.

Take this course and raise your awareness of personal, interpersonal, and institutional values and beliefs and learn how biases may manifest as prejudice, discrimination, and oppression.

The National Association of Social Workers’ (NASW) Code of Ethics will guide discussions around viewing sexual orientation through a professional lens.

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Institute of Detroit Studies sponsors new presentation series

Fort Ponchartrain 1701

The Institute for Detroit Studies at Marygrove College is introducing a new multi-disciplinary series of presentations and discussions focusing on recent scholarship about Detroit.

You are invited to attend a presentation entitled “France and the Founding of Detroit, 1701” by Sara Chapman Williams, Associate Professor of History at Oakland University and author of Private Ambition and Political Alliances: The Phélypeaux de Pontchartrain Family and Louis XIV’s Government, 1650-1715. Continue reading

There’s still time to register for the new course: The Theology of Resistance

Does your faith inform your civic participation?
Do your values compel you to act, but you don’t know how?
Do you wonder what the role of the faithful is in reforming our society?

In this era of domination, illegitimate authority, social violence, and spiritual disempowerment, faith traditions can provide a resource for resistance and reweaving human community.

Locally, Detroiters are ruled by various forms of “Emergency Management. What are people of faith called to do in this moment? Continue reading

Please help us update Marygrove’s online calendar of events

For those of you who may not be aware, Marygrove has a calendar of events on our website to inform the faculty, staff, students and the community at large about important happenings at the College. The calendar is also a great resource for committees planning future events, as it can minimize conflicts and help you find available dates. Continue reading

Marygrove College to participate in TurboVote voting service for students

DETROIT, August 15, 2012 – Marygrove College is among four Southeast Michigan colleges and universities to partner with TurboVote, a national service which aims to make voting as convenient as renting a Netflix DVD. Continue reading

News from Campus Safety

CAPTAIN’S CORNER
The Campus Safety Department welcomes returning students and new students. We also wish you the best in your educational endeavors.

This department is dedicated to ensuring your safety while attending Marygrove College. Please feel free to call us anytime 24/7 for any assistance you require.

–Captain Shelby Continue reading

“No Family Left Behind” at Northwest Activities Center, Aug. 25

Hello Marygrove Facebook fans! Please pass this message along to people you think should receive it. Thanks so much!

On Saturday, August 25, 2012 between the hours of 10:00am and 3:00pm, at Northwest Activities Center, 18100 Meyers Rd, Detroit, MI 48221, in Northwest Detroit, Community Resource Forum is bringing together over 50 service providers, nonprofits, for-profits and governmental agencies and departments; and conducting over 20 workshops that will help enhance community awareness and increase accessibility to resources that these communities would not be ordinarily be privy. Continue reading