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CSC, halls recycle cans for Worker

first_imgThrough a partnership between the Center for Social Concerns (CSC) and the South Bend Catholic Worker, Notre Dame students will contribute to the local community this school year by recycling aluminum cans. The program, called Miraculous Metals, began this week and will continue as long as students support it, said Michael Hebbeler, director of student leadership at the CSC. There are currently 22 residence halls participating in the Miraculous Metals program, Hebbeler said. Students can collect aluminum cans and drop them in designated boxes in their halls. Catholic Worker staff members, as well as people who receive support from the Worker, will collect the cans and bring them to a local recycling center. The cans will then be exchanged for money, which will support the Worker’s daytime drop-in center, Our Lady of the Road, and the nighttime shelter, the St. Peter Claver House. “There’s a men’s house and women’s house, and they take in the poor and marginalized, so people looking for a home, looking for a roof, looking for community,” Hebbeler said. “The houses open up their doors to those in need, and the people live there.” Most of the proceeds will go to Our Lady of the Road, where people can eat a meal, do their laundry or take a hot shower. The center supports 60 to 130 people each day. The funds raised by the Miraculous Metals program will support the center’s operation as well as building repairs. Hebbeler said these funds are especially helpful in the winter when the St. Peter Claver House provides overnight shelter from cold weather. “They like to keep it small for fellowship and community, and they can take up to 10 men each night,” Hebbeler said. “They provide a roof and bedding and coffee and breakfast in the morning.” Hebbeler also said many Notre Dame students regularly volunteer at the Catholic Worker. He said the visits create “a sense of solidarity of walking together.” “There will be Notre Dame students spending the night with the homeless men as part of weather amnesty,” Hebbeler said. “Some of the money [from the metal collection] may be feeding volunteers. That’s what makes the Worker what it is — this sense of community. Notre Dame has a vital presence in the drop-in center and at the Catholic Worker.” Although the project is just beginning, Hebbeler said the CSC is looking forward to seeing the program’s results. He also hopes more Notre Dame students will become involved with the Catholic Worker. “There’s good enthusiasm from the [residence hall] social concerns commissioners, and we have a great partnership with the Catholic Worker community,” Hebbeler said. “We expect this project to bring more students into the community to see the impact.”last_img read more

Reiss Nelson confirms he wants to return to Arsenal next season to fight for places

first_img Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Nelson is yet to feature in a competitive match under Emery (Picture: Getty)Asked if he’d improved in Germany, Nelson replied: ‘One hundred per cent. I learned a lot of stuff. I made a lot of friends, and also I made a good connection with the managers.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘They taught me a lot of stuff that I can take on in my career. It was difficult, leaving, but Arsenal are my team and I want to go back to Arsenal and play.’‘I am Arsenal through and through. I support Arsenal. All my family support Arsenal.‘That’s an interaction I have with the fans. It’s a good thing. They support a lot of the young talent coming up through Arsenal. It’s good.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalArsenal are closing in on a deal for Celtic star Kieran Tierney and are preparing to submit an improved offer of around £18m for the Scotland international.Emery has no intention of selling Lucas Torreira, despite interest from AC Milan.The Spaniard will look to sign a midfielder and a forward once a deal for Tierney goes through.MORE: Arsenal confident of signing Kieran Tierney as Gunners prepare second bid of £18m Skip Ad However, the 19-year-old says he’s ‘Arsenal through and through’ and feels he’s ready to return to the Emirates. Comment Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 25 Jun 2019 11:04 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link537Shares Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling Read More Coming Next Full Screen by Metro About Connatix V67539 PLAY Top articles Skip Read More Read More 1/1 Read More Reiss Nelson wants to return to Arsenal (Picture: Getty)Reiss Nelson insists he’s ready to fight for his spot at Arsenal and does not want to go back out on loan next season.The winger spent last season with Bundesliga outfit Hoffenheim and impressed during his loan spell in Germany.Unai Emery has just £45m to spend this summer and often relied on wing-backs Sead Kolasinac, Ainsley Maitland-Niles andHector Bellerin for width last season.Hoffenheim would like to keep Nelson, while he would not be short on offers from other clubs.ADVERTISEMENT Video Settings Advertisement / Reiss Nelson confirms he wants to return to Arsenal next season to fight for places SPONSORED Manchester United captain Harry Maguire 1 min. story Read More Advertisementlast_img read more