Fund set up for CU-Louisville student, Tijuana Twyman, for burial of her granddaughter
A fund has been set up for donations to assist in burial preparations for Neriah Miller, the granddaughter of CU-Louisville student, Tijuana Twyman. The account is in the name of Tijuana’s daughter, Cierra, who herself was also shot. Contributions can be made at any Fifth Third Bank, and should be made into the account of “Cierra Twyman, in memory of Neriah Miller.” Currently, funds are needed for the purchase of a headstone.
Student Activities information and deadlines
Intramurals: Men's Flag Football is open for sign ups on IMleagues.com. Sign ups will be open through this Friday. The entire team must be on the roster on IMleagues.com
Dave and Ed Show: It's that time of year again. The incredible Dave and Ed show is Sept. 19. Sign your group up to enter the Lip Sync competition where you have the chance to win prizes from $100 to $300. Pick up an application at the SAC. Details for the Dave and Ed show are included on the application. Acts must be submitted by Sept. 12 and approved no later than the 15th.
Cheap Movie Night: Reminder about Cheap movie night on Tuesdays. You must have your CU id with you in order to get the cheap ticket. Without your id you will have to pay the regular price.
Director of Student Activities and Intramural Sports
Student needs ride to Louisville Sept. 17
A student needs to take a GRE test in Louisville, KY on Wednesday, Sept.17 at 9 a.m. If you know anyone who is going to Louisville on Wednesday, please let Davaa Dorjsuren
know at firstname.lastname@example.org or (270) 789-5464. She can pay for her gas going back and forth.
Tori Hester has lost her keys. They are on a Campbellsville lanyard and her ID is also attached in a clear pouch. There is also a navy and pink chevron circle keychain on it with the stamp DYW 2014. If you find them, email her at TNHest39@students.campbellsville.edu.
KHIPP and Chapel speaker is Tabitha Scott Crawford
Tabitha Scott Crawford, senior vice president of sustainability and innovation at Balfour Beatty Investments, will speak at chapel at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 10 in Ransdell Chapel. She will also speak at a Kentucky Heartland Institute on Public Policy (KHIPP) at 2 p.m. Sept. 10 at Badgett Academic Support Center Banquet Hall. The symposium will consist of the presentation by Crawford with responses from CU’s science department, the School of Business and Economics and School of Theology with a panel of Dr. J. Dwayne Howell, professor of Old Testament and Hebrew, representing the School of Theology; Dr. Richie Kessler, associate professor of biology/environmental studies program coordinator, representing the Division of Natural Science; and Dr. Sunny Onyiri, professor of business and accounting. A flier is attached
Posted on Mon, September 8, 2014
by Joan McKinney