Welcome Week Nights are in BASC upstairs
The Welcome Week Nights during the first two weeks of school are in the upstairs of the Badgett Academic Support Center and not in the Banquet Hall. Attached is a flier
with the information about each event.
Moodle workshop is Aug. 31
Want to know more about Moodle? Dr. Shane Garrison, dean of online education and associate professor of educational ministries in the School of Theology, will help you with information from 3 p.m. until 4 p.m. or 7 p.m. until 8 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 31 in the Banquet Hall of the Badgett Academic Support Center. Bring your laptop or tablet to follow along. See attached flier.
Open swim team tryouts today
From Casey Smith: swim coach
Today!! Wednesday 3pm
Bring a swim suit, towel, cap and goggles if you have them!!
CALLING ALL CURRENTLY CERTIFIED LIFEGUARDS:
Today! Wednesday, 4:30pm at the pool, Powell Athletic Center
Swim suit, a copy of certifications, a copy of schedule including classes, sports, or other jobs.
Hours are 1-10 a week, $10/hr
Contact the Head Swim Coach for more info email@example.com
See you there!!
Kentucky Classic Orchestra concert is Sunday
The Kentucky Classic Orchestra, directed by Dr. Lisa McArthur, professor of music at Campbellsville University, with several CU students and alumni in the group, will give its first concert on Sunday afternoon. The concert is at 3 p.m. in Angelic Hall in Centre Square, 237 N. Spalding Ave., Lebanon, Ky., about 20 minutes from CU. There is also a saxophone ensemble, Centre Saxes, that is associated with the group and will perform as well. The concert will be of music from a variety of styles and times, including some Rodgers and Hammerstein show tunes. The concert is free, and there will be a reception following the concert. Dr. McArthur said, "The group was founded and is sponsored by KY Classic Arts and KY Classic Theatre – the same group that has presented “The Music Man,” “Oklahoma,” “Guys and Dolls,” and “The Sound of Music.” Robin Humphress had the idea to begin this orchestra, based on knowing many musicians in the area who wanted to continue performing. Both the Orchestra and the Saxophone Ensemble are made up of people who are very talented musicians – some who are able to perform regularly and some who have not had an ensemble to perform with since they left the organized ensembles in school. We have rehearsed weekly since June, and we are excited to present our first concert! Members come from Lebanon, Campbellsville, Bardstown, Richmond, Lexington, and other surrounding places."
Posted on Wed, August 26, 2015
by Joan McKinney