VDay 2024 a Success!

Congratulations to our VDay 2024 organizers, featured performers, and crew for a fantastic recent event! VDay is a performance-based fundraiser that aims to raise awareness and provide financial resources for the Women’s Rights Information Center in downtown Englewood. The funds raised from the event will be used for operational expenses, programming fees, and purchasing grocery store gift cards and bus passes, at the discretion of the center. This year's performance, which included spoken word, music and dance related to the theme of connections, raised over $600 for the Women's Rights Information Center. Photos credit: Defne Eskicakit ‘27.

“The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” – Cast & Crew

Opening Night is near! Cast and crew for “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” can’t wait to share the results of their hard work - including some amazing costumes! Showtimes are Friday, March 1 (7 PM) and Saturday, March 2 (2 PM & 7 PM). This is a can’t-miss, entertaining show, recommended for ages 10 & up.  Here’s a D-Elightful incentive: Everyone who purchases a ticket to any of the “Spelling Bee” shows will be entered into a random drawing to win two (2) tickets to the new Broadway musical "The Outsiders"! NOTE: The winning ticket holder must be present (in attendance) for at least one of the "Spelling Bee" shows, to claim their "Outsiders" tickets.  

LUNCH & LEARN WITH DR. CHUMAN on “War & The Value of Human Life”

Last week, Dr. Joe Chuman, the former leader of the Ethical Culture Society of Bergen County, stopped by Hulst House to speak with students and faculty on his article, “War and the Value of Human Life.” In a conversation moderated by Joe Murphy, D-E Ethics Department Chair, Dr. Chuman spoke eloquently about his life work, philosophy, and current topics such as crises in the Middle East. It was a fantastic conversation and dialogue. Thank you to Dr. Chuman, and here’s to productive discussions!