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The Office of Marketing and Communications is located on the second floor of Francis Hall on the east end of campus. 

Contact:
Tom Missel
Director of Media Relations and Marketing
P.O. Box 2509
Office of Communications 
St. Bonaventure University 
St. Bonaventure, NY 14778

Phone: (716) 375-2303
Fax: (716) 375-2380
Email: tmissel@sbu.edu 


The Office of Sports Information is located in the Reilly Center. 

Contact:
Steve Mest
Associate Athletics Director for Strategic Communications
P.O. Box G, Reilly Center
St. Bonaventure University
St. Bonaventure, NY 14778
Phone: (716) 375-2319
Fax: (716) 375-2382
E-mail: smest@sbu.edu
Web: www.gobonnies.com

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Alumni, keep in touch with your alma mater via @SBU, a monthly e-newsletter. Sign up and view past issues here.

Parents of first-year students can stay in the campus loop with an e-newsletter from the First-Year Experience office. 
 
Faculty, staff and students receive weekday Notice Board announcements regarding upcoming events and activities. Employees can submit notices via notice-board@sbu.edu.

The University Style Guide, logos, and forms requesting publicity and publications are available on the Communications Office's page on my.sbu.edu.

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Online auction to support Mt. Irenaeus begins November 9

Nov 08, 2013 |

Mt. Irenaeus, the Franciscan (retreat) community located in West Clarksville, invites friends and supporters to participate in an online auction. 

Visit www.mounti.com and click on the online auction link or visit the auction site directly at http://tinyurl.com/l6y8mll to bid on unique Franciscan and Mountain items. All proceeds will benefit Mt. Irenaeus.

Items up for bid include a Holy Bible blessed by The Mountain friars and inscribed by Fr. Dan Riley, O.F.M., an original watercolor of a Mountain scene by St. Bonaventure artist Anne Conroy-Baiter, an Orlando World Marriott vacation package and other unique items. 

The online auction begins Nov. 9 and closes at 10 p.m. Nov. 19.

Rooted in the Franciscan tradition, the Mt. Irenaeus community is committed to simple, joyful, healing communion with God and all creation through contemplation and the communal experience of God's justice, love and peace in contemporary everyday life.

Life at Mt. Irenaeus is centered on attending to what is primary: presence to God, others, one's self and earth. All who participate in the mission of the Mountain join with Jesus Christ in "making all things new" by creating and nourishing a community that transcends a particular place, opening to all peoples, ages and cultures.

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