Men's Basketball Scrimmage tonight
Tonight is your first chance to see the Campbellsville University Tiger men's basketball team in action! CU will host Kentucky State University tonight, Oct. 27, at 7 p.m. in Powell Athletic Center for a FREE scrimmage. No admission will be charged.
KHIPP event to feature Election Forum Oct. 28
The Kentucky Heartland Institute on Public Policy (KHIPP) will hold an election forum titled "Elections 2014 and 2015" at 5 p.m. tomorrow Tuesday Oct. 28 in the Banquet Hall of the Badgett Academic Support Center. Trey Grayson, president and chief executive office of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce; Al Cross, director of the Institute for Rural Journalism and Community Issues; and Ronnie Ellis, state reporter for CNHI Newspapers in Kentucky, will lead the forum. Everyone is invited. Chapel credit is given.
Politics and Journalism Class working on blog for Senate race
The 2014 U.S. Senate race is coming to an end in just a few days, and has been a major buzz in Campbellsville University’s Politics and Journalism class. The class, taught by Bill Goodman from KET, has set their focus on following the upcoming Senate race and election. The students are using social media sources to not only get themselves involved in the race, but their peers on campus as well. The MAC 380 class meets every Friday from 1 – 3:30 p.m. to discuss aspects of the senate race that affects voters across Kentucky. The nine students have been working on a project to put the media in their own hands by creating a blog to increase attention for the race and a poll that they have conducted. The classmates each questioned Campbellsville University students on how social media was being used and their opinion on the upcoming senate election. The blog, "Kentuckians to DC," can be accessed at www.ky2dc.wordpress.com. The members of the class are Starla Bond, Meredith Eastham, James Higgins, Logan Johnson, Cameron Miller, Dylan Morse, Kendall Riddle, Michael Rothacke and Matthew Schmuck.
CU Students for Liberty needs you!
Whether you are a Republican, Democrat, or indifferent, the Campbellsville University Students for Liberty (CU-SFL) offers an exciting new unified, student-driven forum for students dedicated to liberty. The CU-SFL endorses the economic freedom to choose how to provide for one’s life, the social freedom to choose how to live one’s life, and intellectual/academic freedom. The CU-SFL supports liberty in a manner that does not dictate the foundations upon which individuals justify their belief in liberty and embraces diversity. If you are interested in this excellent campus involvement opportunity or have additional questions, please contact Dr. Bill Adams at firstname.lastname@example.org (phone 270-789-5171), Dr. Rick Corum at email@example.com (phone 270-789-5093), or check out the www.studentsforliberty.org website.
CU Tiger Athletics / Bluegrass Cellular Fall Festival
Campbellsville University athletics will open its doors Wednesday, Oct. 29 for the second annual CU Tiger Athletics Fall Festival, sponsored by Bluegrass Cellular. The free event is open to all members of the community and will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. EDT at Finley Stadium on the Campbellsville University campus. In case of rain, the event will be moved to the Indoor Practice Facility. Campbellsville University's coaches and student-athletes will host the event with each team having a different theme of costumes. Each team will also host a game. Games include: ping pong ball toss, football toss, duck pond, overhand radar pitch radar station, corn hole game, putting game, hopscotch, Jack-o-Lantern water squirt, sack races, human bowling pin game, soccer ball kicking game and more. This event is for community children only not college age kids.
CU personnel needed for CU Day at Casey County High School
Elijah Coffey needs professors, coaches or athletes who would like to help us out recruiting at Casey County next Wednesday, Nov. 5. There is a CU Day at Casey County High School in Liberty, Ky., and need CU personnel to be there and be involved…mainly being ‘faces of CU’ ! Contact Coffey at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (270) 789-5513 office or (270) 849-5380 cell if you'd like to be involved.
Posted on Mon, October 27, 2014
by Joan McKinney