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Distinguished Speaker Series Lucheon with Bill James - The man behind the "Moneyball" Sabermetrics

Posted: 2/20/17 10:44 AM

Welcomes Bill James, Writer, Historian and Statistician.

James is a prominent author on the subject of baseball from a statistical perspective. Though not a statistician by trade, he pioneered the field of saber metrics with his insightful, articulate, creative, knowledgeable, occasionally comical and always idiosyncratic writings on a plethora of baseball-related subjects. He is credited with coining the term sabermetrics, and is considered by most to be the father of the sabermetric movement. While many subsequent authors have refined and expounded upon James' theories, which often lacked citation and statistical rigor, it would be hard to argue that anyone has done more than James to advance the field of sabermetrics. He is currently employed by the Boston Red Sox as a Senior Baseball Operations Advisor.

Thursday, April 6, 2017
Luncheon at Noon
Schiff Family Conference Center
Cintas Center

Seating is limited    -     RSVP here by noon on March 30th

Attendance is complimentary and made available through PNC’s sponsorship which also provides funding for student and faculty development.

Questions? Call 745-4272 or visit

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Posted: 2/20/17 8:29 AM

First-year students and seniors: You can now take the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE). Your responses are critical in helping us shape the future of the university! If you were selected to participate, you will receive an email from Fr. Graham with a link to the survey. Participating students will also be entered into a drawing for Amazon gift cards.

For more information:

Posted: 2/19/17 11:35 PM

Join Alternative Breaks in Arrupe Overlook at 6 pm on March 2nd to learn more about the actual meaning behind the term social justice. 

Conversation facilitated by Dr. Sniegocki will include Dr. Smythe from the history department, Dr. Morris from the biology department, Dr. McManus from the economy department and Dr. Mescher from the theology department will be centered around social justice.  This conversation will also including how particular realms such as biology, history, economics and theology play a role in the daily view of this term. 

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Posted: 2/18/17 6:10 PM

3v3 basketball tournmanet hosted by Autism Speaks 

  • March 18th from 11am-2pm 

  • $10/person 

  • LaRosa's pizza will be provided, along with Buffalo Wild Wings and Graetar's giftcards for the winning team. 

*Each team may consist of a max of 5 players and a minimum of 3 players. A team may have only 3 players on the court at any time. 

You can register now:

Posted: 2/17/17 9:39 PM

Hello All,

The Saudi Club will be hosting Arabian Night in the Clocktower Lounge of Gallagher Student Center on February 23 from 7-9 pm.  All are welcome and if you have any additional questions, please contact Aliah Barnawi's email,



The Saudi Arabian Student Association! 

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