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Dedicated in 1967, the Texas Southern University Newman Center has been part of the fabric of the TSU Campus and the Third Ward Community for over 45 years. See Page 2
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CSO Team The Catholic Student Organization, revived by Deacon John Lane, provides a spiritual, intellectual, and social environment meant for TSU students, administrators, faculty, and staff regardless of religious faith or beliefs. See Page 2
Building Upgrades The Newman Center has been undergoing some major upgrades this summer in an effort to create a comfortable environment conducive to a refuge for study, fellowship, and spiritual reflection. See Page 3
TSU Newman Hall was founded in 1967 and has been a withstanding symbol of the community.
Just a few upcoming events that will be occurring this semester. See Page 4 Around The N.C. 3535 Wheeler Avenue Houston, TX 77004 | 713-747-7595 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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Welcome to the Newman Center
edicated in 1967, the Texas Southern University Newman Center has been part of the fabric of the TSU Campus and the Third Ward Community for over 45 years. The center is a warm and welcoming refuge to all who have entered it’s doors throughout its illustrious history The new couches and recliner add a brand new feel for the focal point of the room.
Under leadership of Director Deacon John Lane, and Chaplin Reverend Father Rodney Armstrong, S.S.J., an array of evolving programs and activities are in place to help students develop a mature faith through
study and practical application of God’s Word. There are currently many events planned for the upcoming fall semester that are both spiritually and socially fulfilling. The Newman Center welcomes not only Catholics but members from all
religious backgrounds. We encourage all to visit and participate in our events throughout the year.
CSO Team: Catholic Student Organization
Seated Left to Right: Pharon Beaver, Historian; Precious Gibson, President; Alyssa Bourgeois, Vice-President; Standing Left to Right: Sam Roy, Member, Bobby Scott, Treasurer; Not Pictured: Veronica Russell, Secretary;
The Catholic Student Organization, revived by Deacon John Lane, provides a spiritual, intellectual, and social environment for TSU students, administrators, faculty, and staff regardless of religious faith or beliefs. Thus, C.S.O. strives to create a welcoming atmosphere for the entire TSU community. Deacon John Lane, Newman Center Director, begins his fourth year with the start of the Fall 2013 semester and is committed to serving the entire TSU community. Precious Gibson, President for the 2013-2014 school year, states, “ The Newman Center is coming along well and we are getting more students involved in the center’s activities.” Other leadership team members for the academic year are: Alyssa Bourgeois, Vice-President; Bobby Scott, Treasurer; Pharon Beaver, Historian; Veronica Russell, Secretary; and Sam Roy, General Member.
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been undergoing some major upgrades this summer in an eﬀort to create a comfortable environment conducive to a refuge for study, fellowship, and spiritual reflection.
wrong did go wrong at the most inopportune times. Beyond building systems, the more visible changes include new furniture in the foyer, library and the newly created media room. The media room is furnished with a large sectional, 60’ TV and Playstation game system with surround sound.
The Archdiocese of Galveston Houston, through Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, made a substantial investment in upgrading an obsolete and temperamental A/C and heating system. In addition, the other noncosmetic upgrades included an investment in the plumbing system that at one time could be counted on to follow Murphy’s Law - What could go
The different changes that the Newman Center has undergone will improve the atmosphere and help the Center progress into the future along with the TSU community.
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Study rooms have been improved to accommodate every student that needs a break from their classes.
Computers were put in the library for students to use at their convenience. The access to these computers is free for everyone to use.
The library was rearranged so that students could feel comfortable when spending time in the Newman Center
The Newman Center has added a TV room so students have a place to relax and unwind after those long study sessions
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U pcomin g E v e n t s
Texas Southern University
Starting Sunday, September 15th
@10am Health & Physical Education Building
Freshmen Rock the House September 27th
@12:30pm Newman Center Chapel
Campus Organization Membership Drive
(1st & 2nd Floor)
ar d n e l a C Just a few upcoming events that are occurring October Newman Center Events Reflection Every 1st Monday 12:45-1pm CSO Events Cram for Exam Oct 4th TSU Events Midterms; Homecoming November Newman Center Events Reflection on 1st Monday 12:45-1pm CSO Events Game Night Nov. 15th
Texas Southern University Newman Center
TSU Events Apollo Night; Thanksgiving Break
3535 Wheeler Avenue Houston TX, 77004 713-747-7595
Tsunewman@gmail.com Deacon John Lane Director of TSU Newman Center
Rev. Rodney Armstrong,SSJ Newman Center Chaplain www.tsunewmancenter.com
@txsunewman @ TSU Newman Center @TSUNewman
Newman Center Events Cram for Exam CSO Event Blanket Drive TSU Events Finals; Graduation