• World Malaria Day/Movie Night

    As part of Hamline University's commitment to raise awareness about malaria, we are hosting a special movie night on World Malaria Day!

    This event, which will be held out on Old Main Lawn under nets, will feature several short films and documentaries about malaria.  Our feature presentation will be the showing of two documentary films, "Killer in the Dark" and "When the Night Comes."

    Actress Pauley Perrette (Abby from the hit show NCIS) invites viewers to watch a TV special about the extraordinary efforts to end deaths from malaria. "A Killer in the Dark" will explore grassroots work and scientific progress to help communities fight the deadly disease.


  • Directed by Bobby Bailey, founder of the organization Invisible Children, "When the Night Comes" is an entertaining, emotional and insightful look at the devastating effect of malaria in Africa and how it can be beat.

    Here's a trailer of the film:


  • The screening will take place on April 25th after dark and will be shown outside under mosquito nets!  There will be popcorn and drinks provided, so bring a friend and come ready to learn.  An informal discussion will follow the film.

    If you are interested in renting the documentary for you or your group, contact Daniel Campbell, dcampbell04@hamline.edu.

  • Wesley Center - Spirituality, Service, Social Justice 

  • Wesley Center News

    Hamline University's incoming first-year class engaged with organizations and members of the community as part of Piper Passages fall orientation as they participated in LEAP (Liberal Education as Practice) into St. Paul.

    Washington Monthly ranks Hamline first in Minnesota and 27th nationwide in its Master's Universities category for 2016. Hamline also named to the Best Bang for the Buck- Midwest Colleges list.

    The Wesley Center for Spirituality, Service, and Social Justice celebrated the accomplishments of student leaders at its annual luncheon and announced the recipients of special awards and scholarships.