Students are nominated to receive a personal invitation to attend a small, sit-down dinner featuring a speaker (often a Loyola faculty member or administrator) who shares his or her story of personal discernment, followed by small group discussions. The evening provides an opportunity to connect with other sophomores, as well as meet faculty and administers who can model a practice of reflection and discernment based on their own experiences.
Sophomore Supper is offered three times a year in the months of November, February and March. To nominate a student to be invited or to express interest in attending, email firstname.lastname@example.org
“I am so glad I went, it helped me relax a little and not think about school work, meet new people and the food was great.” (2010-2011 attendee)
“I was invited and I read the description about discernment and I was very excited! This dinner came at the perfect time for me because I had a lot of discerning to do!!!” (2011-2012 attendee)