Campus Announcements -- Oct. 29, 2012

Campus Announcements -- Oct. 29, 2012

KHIPP canceled for Oct. 30, 2012

Dr. Wayne Barnard, director of student ministries for the International Justice Mission, is unable to attend events this week at Campbellsville University due to Hurricane Sandy. He is in New York City and cannot make it to Campbellsville.

He was scheduled to speak at a Kentucky Heartland Institute for Public Policy Tuesday, Oct. 30 and also speak at chapel Wednesday, Oct. 30. Chapel will be held with another speaker.

Black Student Association selling brisket sandwich plates

The Black Student Association is pre-selling fundraiser tickets for a brisket sandwich plate lunch for $5. Tickets will be on sale until Nov. 2 . The meal will be a smoked brisket sandwich, baked beans and potato salad. The plates will be ready for pick up on Nov. 8 in the Banquet Hall of the BASC from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. Plates can also be delivered to offices on campus. The funds will go toward apparel and hosting open socials.

If interested in tickets please find a BSA member or contact Dr. Lindsay Anderson

English Honor Society Elects Officers

CU's Sigma Tau Delta affiliate Upsilon Kappa elected the following 2012-13 officers: President Shelby Cash, Vice President Daniel Williams, Secretary-Treasurer Kaitlyn Terry, Historian Rebecca Cassell and Public Relations co-chairs Tori Lepage and David Emerson.

The next meeting will be Nov. 9 at 10 a.m. in CH 108. Anyone interested in joining is warmly welcome to attend. Membership requirements and info about Sigma Tau Delta are available on its website. Contact any officer for inquiries.

Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes

Please bring your filled Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes to chapel on Wednesday, Nov. 14. First CLASS will be bringing their boxes to FIRST CLASS on Monday, Nov. 12.

The School of Theology has Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes in Druien Hall if anyone needs boxes. For a story on the event, see


Art Shop to have open house Nov. 10

The Campbellsville University Art Shop, located in the Turner Log Cabin Park, will hold an open house Saturday, Nov. 10 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.The art shop features work by CU faculty, staff, alumni and students. Various artists who have artwork on display will be available to greet and talk with guests, as well as discuss their work.