Lost Army jacket
Otto Tennant, vice president for finance and administration, has lost a khaki-green Army coat with a 9th division patch on the sleeve. The patch was his father's so there is sentimental value to the coat. A reward is being offered. If found, contact Mr. Tennant at (270) 789-5304.
Tigers' Den closed from 7 to 9 p.m.
The Tigers' Den will be closed from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. For the spring football game. It will reopen at 9 p.m.
Director of Student Activities and Intramural Sports
Jonah Bradley has lost a black and gray toolbox, and it was last seen under the front desk of Broadway lobby. If it is found, please email email@example.com.
3 on 3 Basketball Tournament for International Justice Mission
A 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament will be Saturday, April 25 at 1 p.m. at First Cumberland Presbyterian Church with proceeds to go to International Justice Mission. Cost is $5. Contact Sean Dotson at (270) 572-6263 NOW. See . All money goes to help stop modern day slavery.
5K Walk/Run tonight at 6 p.m.
Need something to do this evening? Want to support an important event? Tonight is the ACT to Stop Sexual Assault 5K Walk/Run on Campbellsville University's Campus. It starts at 6 p.m. on Stapp Lawn across from the Office of University Communications. You don't have to walk or run to participate. We would love the have people along the route to cheer on the runners and walkers. Contact Rebecca Price to find out the exact route (270-789-5092 or firstname.lastname@example.org) or come one out tonight and pick up a route map.
Dedication of Guest House
The Guest House at 705 N. Central AVe., Campbellsville, will be dedicated at 2 p.m. Tuesday, April 28. It is named in honor of the late Mary Colvin Crabtree, the daughter of Everett Colvin, former business professor, and his wife, Rose. Everyone is invited to attend. This will be following the Board of Trustees meeting.
Cardboard Nation is Friday
Cardboard Nation begins at 6 p.m. Friday and continues all night until 7 a.m. Saturday in the Alumni & Friends Park (Noe Plaza). Cardboard Nation is a fundraiser hosted by the CU Social Work Club that rasies money for Green River Ministries, a local homeless shelter. See the attached flier for information and the agenda for the night. Registration begins at 6 p.m. Dinner is at 7 p.m. And boxes will be decorated beginning at 7:30 p.m. There will be entertainment, yoga, a fire pit, games and fellowship. Boxes are broken down at 8 a.m. Saturday. In case of rain, the event might be moved to the Student Activities Center. Contact Autumn McKinley, Social Work Club president, at AMMcKi17@students.campbellsville.edu for more information. See
Do you want to learn about eating for a healthy lifestyle?
Michelle Fletchall, an adjunct yoga instructor at CU who is a nutritionist, will be leading a "Simply Healthy, Eating for a Healthy Lifestyle" session today at 2 p.m. in the Banquet Hall. It will last an hour.
Green Minds is paying for the presentation which is free to all faculty, staff, coaches and students.
Chapel credit is available for students.
Come see what you can learn from Michelle!
Part-time children's minister sought
Beechland Baptist Church is looking for a part-time Children’s minister. Beechland is a growing church on the southwest end of Louisville. This position began as a 20 hours a week position, and recently moved to 30 hours a week. As they continue to grow they hope to move this position to full time. Beechland's Minister to Children oversees all children's ministries from nursery to grade 5. In addition to Sunday morning, Sunday evening, and Wednesday evening services, Beechland's Minister to Children oversees a number of special activities (i.e. VBS, holiday activities, summer activities). If you would like additional information or to apply contact Dr. Kenneth Hollis at email@example.com
Student needs ride to Louisville
Isaiah Jackson needs a ride to Louisville Friday to catch a bus by 4 p.m. If you can help, call him at (901) 228-9014.
Cite with Certainty APA/MLA Formatting
Dale Furkin, instructor in English, will lead an Academic Success Series Workshop "Cite with Certainty: APA/MLA Formatting" Thursday, April 23 from 3 to 4 p.m. and from 7 to 8 p.m. in the Banquet Hall.
You will learn the dos and don'ts concerning mechanics, tips for citing in-text and the correct set up for a reference page.
Meg Brown has lost a white gold ring, size 6.5, with 3 diamonds somewhere between Powell Gym and the CU tennis courts.
If anyone finds it, please contact Meg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reward offered if found!!!
KHIPP: the growing movement raising concerns about the death penalty
CU's Kentucky Heartland Institute on Public Policy (KHIPP) series final spring 2015 forum will be held on Tuesday, April 21, 5:00 p.m. in the Banquet Hall of the BASC. The subject will be on "Concerns on the Death Penalty." Mr. Marc Hyden, who is involved with Equal Justice USA/Conservatives Concerned about the Death Penalty, is our special guest for the evening. He will be discussing the growing movement that are raising concerns about the death penalty - i.e., exoneration of some who have been penalized to the death penalty as a result of DNA and other advances in technology and evidence, the high costs of appeals for those on death row, over-reach of government, disproportionate number of people of color sentenced to the death penalty, etc. Students will receive convocation credit.
Found: jump drive
A jump drive was found in front of Books and Beans at approximately 1:00 today. Please come to the BASC #202 to retrieve it.
Benefit concert for 'Camp Horsin Around'
Dr. Budai's first class group will be performing and hosting a benefit concert for 'Camp Horsin Around' this Wednesday the 22nd at 8 pm, all the proceeds will go towards the camp to help pay for expenses and other things that will help them financially over the summer. It is a free admission concert but donations of any amount are appreciated and completely go towards Camp Horsin Around. Cameron Johnson, CMJohn23@students.campbellsville.edu
Used backpack being collected for needy children
I am collecting and sending backpacks to needy children in the poorest schools in Jamaica through the Issa Trust Foundation. I was able to go to one of the schools while I was there in February and take supplies and wanted to continue to help after I got home. Tell the student body if they are getting rid of their back pack at the end of this semester (and it’s still in good condition), please drop it off at our allied health office at 119 Nancy cox Drive, Suite 3 for donation. Christie Minor, RN, Allied Health Facilitator, email@example.com
Job Interview Skills Workshop
Wed, April 22, 2015 from 2:00 PM – 2:50PM in BASC Banquet Hall What are the keys to a successful interview? How to dress? What kind of questions should you expect? How to project you are right for the position. The Apr. 24, 2015 Interview workshop has been CANCELLED due to schedule conflict. Ashley Abner, Assistant for Career Services, firstname.lastname@example.org
Adobe Photoshop Workshop on The Basics of Image Editing and Creation
Do you have images or photos that you wanted to edit to make them look better or even just create stunning images?? Student or Teacher?? There will be a JumpStart Workshop to Image Creation and Editing with Adobe Photoshop On Wednesday, April 22, 2015 from 6:30pm-8pm in the BASC Banquet Hall.
You will be taught the fundamentals of Adobe Photoshop with easy to follow, practical examples so don’t worry if you don’t have prior experience with photoshop or other plugins. The idea is to make photoshop fun and easy! "Anyone can do this"
By the conclusion the workshop, you will be fully versed in the use of the basic tools of Adobe Photoshop CC, and able to draw, open, edit and prepare images and animation. There will be full work files, to allow you to learn right along with using the exact same files that are used in the workshop.
1) Before coming for the workshop You need to download the FREE copy of Adobe Photoshop from this link: http://adobe.ly/1FuKEK4
2) Bring a Laptop Along.
3) image work files for editing will be provided at the workshop.
Join the facebook group to get more updates at CU ADOBE 2015:
Contact: Elvis-Obukowho Ufuoma
5K rescheduled from tonight to April 23
Your safety is important to us. I have decided to reschedule the 5K to next Thursday, April 23, 2015, because the weather is still giving scattered thunderstorms for the race time this evening. I wanted to make the decision as early as possible so as not to inconvenience you later in the day. I hope you can still join us on the new date. I also hope that we may pick up a few extra registrants. Please encourage others to join us!
Thank you for your understanding.
Rebecca H.Price, LPCC
'To Kill a Mockingbird' to be shown tonight
“To Kill a Mockingbird," the second of two QEP ethical movies, will be shown on Thursday,April 16 at 6:00 p.m. in the Banquet Hall. There will be pizza, prizes, candy, soft drinks, and it is also a chapel credit.
Advanced PR class needs you to fill out survey
The Advanced Public Relations class is conducting a survey and requests you to fill it out. It is a quick 30-second survey, and if you have already taken it, please refrain from taking it again.
The survey is about the Hope Pregnancy Center of Taylor County and the community's awareness of the center and its needs. Here's the link:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/YPR9FZP. Please respond so their research will be more accurate.
'To Kill a Mockingbird' to be shown April 16
"To Kill a Mockingbird" will be shown Thursday, April 16 at 6 p.m. In the Banquet Hall. Dr. Joe Early Jr., director of the Quality Enhancement Plan and associate professor of theology, will lead post-film discussion. Admission is free and pizza and drinks will be provided with convocation credit given.Phi Alpha Theta to host initiation; Holocaust survivor to speak
The School of Nursing has a typewriter to give away. If anyone wants they can pick up in office 119 of the School of Nursing and contact Jennifer Richerson with any questions.
Lawyer and TV commentator to discuss political scene at 5 p.m.
John David Dyche, lawyer at Fultz Maddox Dickens PLC who is a political commentator for WDRB in Louisville, will speak at Campbellsville University’s Kentucky Heartland Institute on Public Policy (KHIPP) Forum today at 5 o'clock in the Banquet Hall. Dyche will speak on “The Kentucky Political Scene: Analysis and Prediction.” Everyone is invited to the free forum.
Congratulations to students Logan and Allyson Johnson
Congratulations to Logan Johnson, a senior mass communication major, and his wife, Allyson, who is a student in the Cosmetology School, on the birth of their son, Leland Timothy Johnson, April 10 at 3:11 p.m. at Baptist Health Hospital in Louisville. He was 9 pounds, 8 ounces and 22 inches long. Attached to the right is a picture.
An internship opportunity at Youth for World Peace (YWP) Homestay Network. It is an unpaid internship but would include free accommodation with a host family. The job description and information on the company is attached. For more information can be obtained by contacting Mystery Furtado, the CEO, at email@example.com.
Color To Conquer 5 K/walk is Sunday, April 19 at 3 p.m. at Miller Park.
Donna Wise, chair of the department of human performance and assistant professor of physical education and athletics, invites everyone to worship and then walk in a community effort to conquer obesity and diabetes by shaping up.
All proceeds benefit pediatric cancer research.
Get a team together and add a splash of colored powder to your day.
Registration is 2 to 2:45 p.m. at Miller Park tennis courts.
Contact Donna Wise for details at (270) 789-5261 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lawyer and TV commentator to discuss political scene
John David Dyche, lawyer at Fultz Maddox Dickens PLC who is a political commentator for WDRB in Louisville, will speak at Campbellsville University’s Kentucky Heartland Institute on Public Policy (KHIPP) Forum Tuesday, April 14 at 5 p.m. in the Banquet Hall. Dyche will speak on “The Kentucky Political Scene: Analysis and Prediction.” Everyone is invited to the free forum.
Student Art Exhibit Awards and Reception this afternoon
The Annual Juried Student Art Exhibit and Reception is today from 4 p.m. Until 5:30 p.m. With the awards being presented at 4:15 p.m. Everyone is invited to the reception and exhibit in the Pence-Chowning Art Gallery.
Bloodmobile here April 23
The next Blood Drive is scheduled for Thursday, April 23 in the Student Activities Center from 9:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. Donors can sign up by contacting Jennifer Richerson, secretary in the School of Nursing, at email@example.com or (270) 789-5155 or by visiting redcrossblood.org and signing up online.Book bag lost
Campbellsville University and the Kentucky Heartland Institute on Public Policy will host Mr. John David Dyche, commentator for WDRB in Louisville tomorrow, Tuesday, April 14, 2015 at 5:00 p.m. ET in the Banquet Hall of the Badgett Academic Support Center. Topics will include analysis on governors races, Paul's presidential run, etc. Please make every effort to attend, encourage your students to attend and participate. CONVOCATION CREDIT WILL BE GIVEN
Kentucky Heartland Institute on Public Policy Forum
Tuesday, April 14, 2015 – 5:00 P.M. in the Banquet Hall of the Badgett Academic Support Center
Topic: “The Kentucky Political Scene: Analysis and Predictions”
Featured Speaker: Mr. John David Dyche, is a native of London, Ky. He graduated with distinction from Centre College in Danville, Kentucky, in 1982 and was named the outstanding student of government in his class. After a stint with the state Administrative Office of Courts, he graduated from Harvard Law School in 1988, where he was a winner of the Williston contract negotiation and drafting competition and was elected Marshal of his class. John David is married, the father of three and lives in Louisville, where he practices law in the Louisville firm Fultz Maddox Dickens PLC. He wrote a political column for The Courier-Journal for 10 years and has done political commentary for Kentucky Educational Television. He is now a political commentator for WDRB in Louisville. His columns appear on WDRB.com on Tuesdays and Fridays and are carried in newspapers in Bowling Green, Danville, Glasgow, Hopkinsville, and Paducah as well as in The Kentucky Gazette and The Lane Report. His articles on Kentucky politics have appeared in The Weekly Standard, and he has appeared as a guest on The Sean Hannity Show, Fox and Friends, and C-SPAN’s Washington Journal. John David’s book, Republican Leader: A Political Biography of Senator Mitch McConnell was published by ISI Books in 2009. Fred Barnes called the book “enormously engaging, insightful, and fun to read,” while George Will said it is “respectful without being reverent” and “takes the measure of this remarkable man.”
The forum is free and open to the public.
Green Minds invites every CU student to participate in the Earth Week Photography Contest displaying the Beauty and the Beast of Nature. The contest begins Monday, April 13.
Every student can make one submission per category (Beauty or Beast). Winners will receive Tiger Cards and other little prices and their photos will be displayed at Montgomery Library. Detailed info about the contest is below.
If you’re interested, please email Green Minds your submission at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any submissions to be considered for a prize must adhere to the following guidelines:
- A submission must be made either for the category “Beauty” (any aesthetic, beautiful aspect of nature) or “Beast” (destruction and ugliness in nature) of nature
- There can only be one submission each for the categories from one person
- The photo must be at least 640 pixels
- The photo has to be originally taken by whoever enters the contest
- The photos will be judged on their composition, the creativity, its technical quality, and most, importantly, its message or content (displaying either the “beauty” or “beast” of nature)
Please submit the photos with a message saying where the photo was taken, what is captured in the photo (and why it was submitted to one of the two categories) and also the date or year in which it was taken.
Submission deadline is Friday, April 17.
A flier is attached.
Jason and Tara Lawson have baby girl!
Congratulations to Jason and Tara Lawson! The couple announces the birth of a daughter, April 7. She was named Kylie Danielle Lawson; she weighed 7 pounds and 5 ounces and was 20 inches long. Jason is men's housing housing coordinator, and Tara is data specialist in the Office of Student Records. They have another daughter, Sadie, who is 2. A picture of Kylie Danielle is attached.
CKAS to present Ming Ke Trio playing Chinese music tomorrow
The Central Kentucky Arts Series will be hosting the Ming Ke Trio tomorrow (Friday) evening at 7:00 p.m. in Gheens Recital Hall. This trio of professional musicians will present a program of Chinese music on traditional Chinese instruments. They now live in Cincinnati and together play seven different instruments. Admission is free with CU ID.
Rides available to spring formal in Lebanon
Formal is tomorrow! For all students needing a ride, vans will be in front of Stapp Hall at 6:30 p.m.
Tomorrow is last day to turn in FIRST CLASS mentor applications
Friday (tomorrow) is the last day to turn in FIRST CLASS Mentor Applications. All applications need to be dropped off at Sherry Bowen's office no later than 2:00!
Piano Ensemble to perform tonight
The Campbellsville University Piano Ensemble will give its spring concert tonight at 8 o'clock in The Gheens Recital Hall. The concert is free and open to the public.
This semester’s ensemble includes four undergraduate students: Steven Adams of Bardstown, Ky.; Colleen Ames of Elizabethtown, Ky.; Yun Jiang of Nimbo, China and Jingying Pang of Xian, China, and four graduate students: Chia-Yin Chen, Hsin-I Guo, Shu-Hua Lin, and Hsing-Yi Tsai, all from Taiwan. The two groups will be performing literature for four or more hands at one or two pianos. Among the music to be heard will be a Suite for piano, eight hands by Campbellsville University’s Dr. David Hedrick which he composed last year.
Other selections will be by Amy Beach, Georges Bizet, Witold Lutoslawski, Darius Milhaud, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Modest Mussorgsky, Francis Poulenc and Franz Schubert.
PRSSA meeting tonight
The Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) will meet tonight at 7:30 in the Davenport Student Commons. Everyone is invited.
Political commentator and advocacy coordinator to be on campus
Campbellsville University and the Kentucky Heartland Institute on Public Policy will host Mr. John David Dyche, Political Commentator for WDRB and a lawyer for Fultz Maddox Dickens PLC in Louisville, Kentucky on April 14, 2015 at 5:00 p.m. in the Banquet Hall; and Mr. Marc Hyden, Advocacy Coordinator for Conservatives Concerned About the Death Penalty on April 21, 2015 at 5:00 p.m. in the Banquet Hall.
Both addresses will receive chapel credit and are open to the public.
University’s final Noon Organ Concert in this year’s
series will be tomorrow Tuesday, April 7 at 12:20 p.m. in Ransdell
Chapel. The series ends each year with School of Music faculty
performing with organ.
Everyone is welcome to attend the concert
which ends at 12:50 p.m. in
time for those on their lunch break to return to work.
Joining Dr. Wesley Roberts, professor of music, on the organ will be Dr.
Reese Land, associate professor of music/trumpet, for a performance of
John Williams’ “With Malice Toward None” for trumpet and organ; Juliana
Moura, assistant professor of voice, for a performance of “Wenn die
Frühlingslüfte streichen”by J. S. Bach for soprano, violin and organ
with CU Graduate Saelim Henderson on violin, and Dr. Bill Budai,
associate professor of piano, for a performance of Denis Bédard’s “Duet
Suite”for piano and organ.
Holy Week services tonight, Thursday and Friday at Ransdell Chapel
Please help spread the word and fill Ransdell Chapel tonight, Thursday and Friday evenings (April 1, 2, & 3) for the celebration of Holy Week. Each of the three nightly services begins at 7 p.m. EDT. Each night is a different service to recount the last week of the life of Jesus Christ on earth -- His entrance into Jerusalem, His persecution and His death on the cross. This is a time of reflection before celebrating His Resurrection on Easter Sunday. Bishop C. James King Jr.of the Eleventh District of the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church, Louisville, will speak at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 1. Dr. John Hurtgen, dean of the School of Theology, will speak at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 2; and “Christ’s Final Journey to the Cross,” led by the Rev. David Johnson of Campbellsville Baptist Church will be at 7 p.m. Friday, April 3. Everyone is invited to attend all services.
Last Noon Organ Concert is April 7
Campbellsville University’s final Noon Organ Concert in this year’s series will be on Tuesday, April 7 at 12:20 p.m. in Ransdell Chapel at 401 N. Hoskins Ave., Campbellsville. The series ends each year with School of Music faculty performing with organ.
School of Nursing having fundraisers
The School of Nursing is having two upcoming fundraisers. The School of Nursing KANS members will have a fundraiser this Thursday evening, April 2nd. They would appreciate your support by dining at CU Chick-fil-A Express restaurant from 4:30-7:30 p.m. A portion of all cash/credit/debit purchases will be donated to help nursing students with upcoming NSNA conference expenses. Thanks in advance for your support. On Monday, April 6 from 4 p.m. until 9 p.m., 10 percent of the proceeds at Colton's Steakhouse and Grill will go toward the Nursing Program KANS Club to provide funds for their trip to the NSNA national convention in Arizona. See flier.
5 K T-shirts from the Office of Counseling
T-shirt orders must be received no later than April 6th to guarantee a shirt. We will have a limited number of extras but sizes and availability shirts but will be on a first come first serve basis.
CU Summer Theater & Town Hall Productions present:
Youth Theater Camp: The Jungle Book
*A little red truck pulls into our town with everything it takes to mount a full-scale production…except the cast! This is where the children of Central Kentucky come in. The Missoula Children’s Theater will be sending 2 professional directors along with all the sets, lights, costumes, and expertise needed to stage a full-length one-hour production at the end of the week. In addition to auditioning, rehearsing, and performing the show, there will also be 3 theatrical enrichment workshops during the week. CU Theater & Town Hall Productions are so happy to partner with Missoula Children’s Theater to bring this incredible opportunity to our community! We truly hope to see your children there.
*What will our children get out of this?
live theater experience, enrichment workshops, arts education, team building, & memories to last a lifetime
*What is the cost?
$125 early bird special if $50 deposit per child received by April 3rd. ($100 each additional sibling) $150 after April 1st. Balance due May 2nd. (No refunds after this date)
**contact us to inquire about possible scholarship opportunities!
**Children are welcome to bring their lunch or purchase the meal of the day (provided by local vendors) for $4/day. Options TBD.
*What are the dates & times?
-Camp Week June 8th-13th
-Auditions Mon. June 8th, 9am
-Dailey schedule M-F, 9am-3pm
-Friday performance 7pm
-Saturday performance 2:30pm
*Will there be adult supervision present during rehearsals?
*Should they prepare for auditions?
Given the audition format, that won’t be necessary
*If my children can’t make the audition time, can they still be in the show?
If a child is not able to audition, unfortunately, they will not be able to participate in the show. However, there could be some need for backstage assistance.
*How reputable is Missoula Theater?
They’ve worked in 1200 communities around the world including all 50 states, 17 countries, 5 Canadian provinces, & 2 territories totaling 65,000 cast members and 750,000 audience members!
*What ages can participate?
Rising 1st grade through rising High School Seniors.
*Online registration available at:
More info available by contacting the theater department at:
Business Ethics lecture by Dr. Bill Adams
Business Ethics lecture by Dr. Bill Adams
Tuesday evening, March 31, at 6:30 p.m., Banquet Hall
Snacks and drinks provided
Convocation credit opportunity
School of Nursing holding Chick-fil-A fundraiser
The School of Nursing KANS members will have a fundraiser this Thursday evening, April 2nd. They would appreciate your support by dining at CU Chick-fil-A restaurant from 4:30-7:30pm. A portion of all cash/credit/debit purchases will be donated to help nursing students with upcoming NSNA conference expenses. Thanks in advance for your support.
Holy Week services this week
Please help spread the word and fill Ransdell Chapel this coming Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings for the celebration of Holy Week. Each of the three nightly services begins at 7 p.m. EST.
Each night is a different service to recount the last week of the life of Jesus Christ on earth -- His entrance into Jerusalem, His persecution and His death on the cross. This is a time of reflection before celebrating His Resurrection on Easter Sunday. Please see flier.
A flier by Rev. Pamela Buford is attached for sharing by email or printing and handing out.
Blood Drive is April 23
The next American Red Cross Blood Drive is scheduled for Thursday, April 23 in the Student Activities Center Donors can sign up by contacting Jennifer Richerson, secretary for the School of Nursing, at email@example.com or (270) 789-5155 or by visiting redcrossblood.org and signing up online.
Formal Tickets available
Starting tomorrow, SGA will have formal tickets available in the Office of Student Services. They will also be in the Winters Dining Hall lobby during lunch on Tuesday and Thursday this week, and Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday this week.
Business Ethics lecture
Dr. Bill Adams, assistant professor of business, will present a Business Ethics lecture at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday March 31 at the Banquet Hall. Snacks and drinks will be provided. Convocation credit will be given. See flier.
Summer Job Opportunity on Campus!