• Thirteen CBU Honors Program students presented their work at the Tennessee Collegiate Honors Council (TCHC) conference in Cookeville on February 22 and 23. Michael Sanford (Mechanical Engineering ]13) presented “CBU 2013 Moonbuggy Race.” Lauryn Murphy (Biology ’13) presented “Determination of Axonal Loss and Optic Nerve Head Degeneration in Glaucomatous Eyes.” Tyler Stranburg (Mechanical Engineering ’15), Caitlin Terry (General Studies ’16), and Trey McGinnis (Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, and Mathematics ’16) presented “Nerding Out: How the Honors Retreat Brings the Freshman Class Together.” Rebecca Wauford (Mechanical Engineering ’16) presented “Save the World and Have Fun Doing It! (How Sustainability Can Be Not Boring).” Lauren Harrett (Civil Engineering ’15) and Danielle Hobbs (Psychology ’13) presented “Brothers’ Keepers: Who’s Keeping Who? We are all benefitting in service.” Johnny Blount (Religion & Philosophy ’13), John Tubbs (Religion & Philosophy and Chemistry ’14), and Kelsey Coolican (Biomedical Sciences ’14) presented “September of Service: Thirty Days of Good Deeds.” Bentley Smith (Religion & Philosophy ’13) and John Tubbs presented “Radioactive Waste and Environmental Justice.” Rebekah Herrman (Mathematics and Physics ’14) presented “The Best Honors Class Ever.” Rebekah Herrman and Rebecca Wauford presented “Come to the Honors Program, We Have Cookies.” More than 100 students from eleven Tennessee colleges and universities attended the conference, at which Dr. Tracie Burke was elected president of TCHC and was envied by the other honors directors for having the best bow-tied students. CBU will host the TCHC conference in 2014.
CBU Career Services will present the Spring 2013 Career & Internship Expo on February 26 in Sabbatini Lounge, 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. More than two dozen employers are expected to attend, seeking to fill full-time, part-time, internship and co-op positions across many different academic majors and functional areas.
Companies scheduled to attend as of February 8 include: ALSAC/St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, AmeriCorps Program at the Exchange Club Family Center, Becker CPA Review, Church Health Center, Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP, Dupont, EdR, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Gestalt Community Schools, International Children’s Heart Foundation, Memphis Light Gas & Water, Mueller Industries, Northwestern Mutual, Paladin Freight Solutions, Prudential Collins-Maury Realtors, Regions Bank, ServiceMaster, SRVS, The Martin Institute for Teaching Excellence, UCI Fram Group, University of Tennessee Health Science Center.
Make plans now to attend!
- Dress professionally (an interview suit)
- Bring plenty of resumes
- Prepare to ask questions about the company
- Prepare to answer questions about yourself
Ever wonder what the FBI is really like? What do FBI agents and other employees really do? What are the career options in the FBI? Find out Tuesday, February 26, at 6:00 p.m. in Spain Auditorium. Co-sponsored by the CBU Honors Program, the Department of Behavioral Sciences, and CBU Career Services.
The next Community Conversation with the President is Thursday, February 28 in the University Theater. Faculty and staff, please show up at 12:30 for snacks and conversation in the lobby. Conversation with Dr. Smarrelli will begin afterward in the theater to discuss matters of relevance in an informal setting. No agenda will be formulated. Dr. Smarrelli hopes to use this as an opportunity to discuss topics large and small.
Dr. Pong Malasri (Packaging Department Chair & Healthcare Packaging Consortium Coordinator) will give a talk entitled “Healthcare Packaging Consortium: A Model for Industry-University R&D Partnership” on Thursday, February 28, 4:00-5:00 p.m. in Nolan Engineering Center 241. The meeting is hosted by the CBU R&D Forum with pizza/drinks sponsored by CBU Packaging.
You probably know by now that I am retiring and my last day at CBU will be February 28. I have been blessed to work with students and families for 37 years, the last 18 of those being here at CBU. I want to apologize for my stupid jokes and
to say “Thank You” to the students and parents who trusted me to help, my colleagues, the Brothers and my terrific staff who will still be here to serve. I know it is time for me to retire because in April my age (70 ) will exceed my I.Q. (69 ).
Note: As Jim stated above, he has served CBU as Dean of Student Financial Assistance since 1994. Jim was also honored by CBU and United States/Toronto Region of the Christian Brothers with the Distinguished Lasallian Educator Award in 2008, citing that: “His display of faith, integrity, zeal for the Lasallian Mission, personal concern for individual students, especially the disadvantaged, and concern for social justice is worthy of emulation.” God Bless You, Jim — and Happy Retirement!
The Registrar’s Office is providing a “Candy Bar” for faculty and students during midterm exams. Drop by the office (Barry Hall 40) Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. to sweeten up your exam week!
The CBU Honors Program has submitted a film to the “On Location: Memphis International Film and Music Fest (Memphis Rocks category). The Memphis Rocks category is for any group or individual who wants to make a short (five-minute) film depicting why Memphis is a great place to live and visit. Here’s the YouTube trailer for A Buccaneer Family Vacation! (If the video below doesn’t appear in your browser or mobile device, click here.)
When the film is finished, it will be posted to the “On Location: Memphis Rocks” YouTube Channel. We’ll let you know when that happens, and the Honors Program would love to have your vote! The film festival takes place April 25-27.
CBU’s Nursing Program and the Church Health Center partnered recently to present a workshop course in Foundations of Faith Community Nursing at CBU. This course is designed to introduce and prepare registered nurses for the specialty practice of faith community nursing. Spirituality is a content thread woven through out each module. The modules are divided into the units of spirituality, professionalism, wholistic health and community. The modules, spread over several weeks, have varying lengths from two to four hours for total contact hours of 34 hours and include such topics as prayer, self-care, ethical issues, documentation, health promotion, life issues of violence, suffering and grief, assessment and care coordination. The entire course is being videotaped and put into an online format with a target date of August 2013. For more information on faith community nursing, please visit the Church Health Center’s website.
The Mu Tau chapter of Beta Beta Beta biological honor society held inductions for new members on Wednesday February 20. The ceremony included a presentation by our very own Dr. James Moore (Biology), who gave a talk about the “Causes & Consequences of Channel Modification: Examining the Alteration of Ecological Patterns in Western Tennessee.”
Tri Beta would like to congratulate the following students who were inducted as Associate Members for the year of 2013: Emi Abutineh, Cale Alexander, Tachele Anderson, Joanna Arnett, Matthew Brint, Rachel Depperschmidt, Majdi Elias, Alma Godoy, Patrick Held , Shannon Joyce, Tierney Kizer, Sarah Langsdon, Shelby Malcolm, Alex McCormick, Brent McGlaughlin , Megan Mosier, Toni Patrick, Gabriela Quiroz, Mehak Rajani, Tiffany Rice, Katherine Robinson, Marie Ryall, Matthew Skelton, Bailey Smith, Whitney Stepter, Hema Sura, Ben Tansey, Colt Terhune, Camisha Terrell, Ryan Tomlinson , Nhu-Phuong Vo, Will Walsh, Kevin Young and Anqi Zheng.
Tri Beta would also like to congratulate those who were inducted as Full Members: Stephanie Allen, Alex Bickenbach, Darianne Butler, Lauren D’Surney, Jessica Jameson, Hannah Kurtz, Shannon McDonald , Erika Olvera, Charlene Ann Patino, Matthew Pointer, Don Rautine, JD Wolfe and Erika Yates.
Are you unsure what you’re going to major in? Are you in a declared major but think it might not be the best fit for you? If so, please join Academic Services and Career Services to learn how to find a major that fits with your interests, abilities and values. You’ll learn more about the majors and minors offered at CBU and will receive a great list of resources to help you develop your own personal action plan. The workshop will be held Thursday, March 14, from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. in Buckman Hall 102. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brother Jerome Cox, director of the Lasallian International Art Culture Center near Florence, Italy, and one of the most celebrated artists of the Christian Brothers, is exhibiting some of his sculptures at James Gattas Jewelers (4900 Poplar Avenue) this week, Monday-Thursday, 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. All proceeds from the exhibit go toward Brother Jerome’s mission work for the Christian Brothers.
Brother Jerome was born in Minneapolis and studied art at the University of Notre Dame, Washington University in St. Louis, and the Illinois Institute of Technology. He has a master’s degree in art education, and received several grants to study at the Villa Schifanoia School of Fine Arts in Florence, where he was awarded the the Master of Fine Arts.
Currently, Brother Jerome directs the Lasallian International Art and Culture Center in Florence. This center is dedicated to providing a place for contemplation, creation, and communication in the modern world, from fostering an upbuilding community among its members to creating brilliant works of art, like Brother Jerome’s sculptures.
The 2013 Gerard A. Vanderhaar Symposium will be held on Thursday, March 14 in Spain Auditorium at 7:00 p.m. The symposium’s topic will be “Communities Engaged in Resolving Urban Social Conflict.” A distinguished panel of community organizers will address issues regarding immigration, gang violence, racism, labor rights and other challenges facing our communities and discuss positive steps on how to make a difference in our neighborhoods, city/county, nation and the world. Panelists include Delvin Lane, team leader of Mayor Wharton’s Gang Violence Prevention Team; Gabriela Benitez, coordinator of West TN Immigration and Refugee Coalition; Malik Shaw, vice principal of Pleasant View Islamic School and co-founder of American Muslim Intercultural Network; and Kyle Kordsmeier, organizing director of Workers Interfaith Network.
The program will also include the presentation of the Vanderhaar Student Peace Award. A reception following the program in the Montesi Executive Center will honor the recipient and previous Peace Laureates. For more information, visit www.gvanderhaar.org.
Boot Camp classes are Thursdays from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in the Swashbuckler. Bring water and a towel and be prepared to sweat! Head to toe workout to keep you strong and fit! Open to all CBU students, faculty and staff — free of charge!
MEN’S BASKETBALL (16-8, 11-5 GSC)
- 02/21: Bucs 68, University of West Georgia 49 (at Carrollton, GA)
- 02/23: Bucs 65, University of West Alabama 83 (at Livingston, AL)
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL (6-17, 3-12 GSC)
- 02/21: Lady Bucs 55, University of West Georgia 60 (at Carrollton, GA)
- 02/23: Lady Bucs 41, University of West Alabama 57 (at Livingston, AL)
BASEBALL (4-7, 0-0 GSC)
- 02/23: Bucs 1, Kentucky Wesleyan College 9 (at Buc Field)
- 02/23: Bucs 3, Kentucky Wesleyan College 2 (at Buc Field)
- 02/24: Bucs 12, Kentucky Wesleyan College 4 (at Buc Field)
- 02/24: Bucs 1, Kentucky Wesleyan College 8 (at Buc Field)
THIS WEEK’S SCHEDULE
- 02/28: Valdosta State University (Valdosta, GA; 7:00 p.m.)
- 03/02: University of West Florida (Pensacola, FL; 4:00 p.m.)
- 02/28: Valdosta State University (Valdosta, GA; 5:05 p.m.)
- 03/02: University of West Florida (Pensacola, FL; 2:05 p.m.)
- 03/02: University of West Georgia (Carrollton, GA; 1:00 p.m. doubleheader)
- 03/03: University of West Georgia (Carrollton, GA; noon)
- 03/02: Shorter University (Rome, GA; 1:00 p.m. doubleheader)
- 03/03: University of West Georgia (Carrollton, GA; noon doubleheader)
MEN’S & WOMEN’S TENNIS
- 02/28: Men: Lindenwood University (TPC Southwind; 1:00 p.m.)
- 03/01: Men & Women: Shorter University (TPC Southwind; 2:00 p.m.)
Formerly called the Exhibition of Student Work, ThinkShow! will be on display at every Memphis City School on Thursday, March 7. Our neighbor, Fairview MIddle School, is in need of volunteer jurors who can give feedback to students based upon their projects. You can volunteer for as long as you are able. The show will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and serving a light breakfast and lunch for jurors.
For this year’s ThinkShow!, every student at Fairview will develop and exhibit a project that demonstrates his/her best work for the school year. ThinkShow! will provide students with an opportunity to showcase their unique talents and abilities and inform their teachers, administrators and the community of their potential. Some of the artifacts last year included student-produced animated stories; a scale model of the Globe Theatre; an authentic replica of the Lorraine Motel; and multimedia games about cancer for the cure4kids.org website.
Training will be provided to all volunteers on the use of the scoring tools prior to the event. Please extend this invitation to community members that you may know, and consider joining the ThinkShow! juror team. You may sign up to be a juror online by visiting http://www.mcsk12.net/thinkshow/application.php or call Fairview at (901) 416-9510.
Congratulations to CBU’s 2013 Homecoming King and Queen (Mr. and Ms. CBU), Thaddeus Williams and Mary-Kate Cooke! Kudos also to the gentlemen of Kappa Sigma, the reigning Homecoming Champions for 2013!
Congratulations also to the CBU Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2013 who were inducted Friday night at Alfonso Dining Hall. Basketball players Jana Jones, Jim Killeen, and Patricia Plunk; baseball players Larry Barton and Tom Turner; and soccer coach Richard Bute comprise the Class of 2013. GO BUCS!
And (last but not least) kudos to the Bucs and Lady Bucs for leading CBU to victory in both Homecoming Games!
- Pictured are students from the CBU chapter of the Institute of Management Accountants Accounting Club at the Voluntary Income Tax Assistance (VITA) workshop for for Spanish-speaking taxpayers held at the Church of the Resurrection on February 10. Clockwise from top left are John Wigley (Accounting ’91), Francis Ginski, Jenna Schletty (Business Administration ’15), Ivan de Souza (Accounting ’13) and Catherine DelBove (Accounting ’13).
Raquel Stevens (Chemical Engineering ’12) of Experitec, Inc. was an invited guest speaker for CHE 426 Process Design II class on February 15. Her topic was “Control Valve Assemblies and Their Selection.”
- Mandy Wang (Accounting ’15), Jonathan Holliday (Business ’15) and Catherine DelBove (Accounting ’13) were awarded accounting scholarships by the Memphis chapter of the American Institute of CPAs at a luncheon February 12. Catherine DelBove also received the 2012 Paul L. Royston Tennessee Society of CPAs state scholarship and the Memphis Chapter scholarship for the outstanding college student.
- For the fourth consecutive year, CBU’s TN Theta chapter of Alpha Chi has received the Star Chapter Award from the national organization. Alpha Chi is a coeducational, interdisciplinary honor society comprised of the top 10 percent of juniors and seniors. In addition to individual academic standards, Alpha Chi members must meet group requirements to be recognized as a Star Chapter. Among the requirements for becoming a Star Chapter, groups must send at least one sponsor and one student member to the annual regional/national convention and at least one of those students must present during the event. The Award will be officially presented at the convention in Nashville in April.
Come out on Tuesday, February 19 and meet Bucky and R. J. Kroc at Signaigo Field! The race will begin with the ringing of the CBU Bell Tower at 12:30 p.m. as CBU students, faculty and staff race through the balloon arch to begin the 1k run/walk. Bucky and R. J. Kroc will lead us down East Parkway and across Central Avenue.
The race ends at the new facility where a reception will be held. Student Life and the Kroc Center staff will be on hand to provide tours of the facility and assist with membership cards for those of you wanting to join the Center. At 1:30 p.m., a historical photo will occur in the Kroc Center gym where the winner of the race will be announced.
Competition will be fierce as CBU sororities and fraternities are vying to see who can recruit the most participants and win the free class being offered by the Kroc Center.
So put on your walking/running shoes and be part of this historical event! Like CBU on Facebook to follow along as Bucky trains for the race.
Registered full-time undergraduate days students can receive a Kroc Membership Card at no extra cost; it’s covered by your CBU student activity fee! All other registered undergraduate/graduate students, faculty and staff are eligible to receive a discount of $10.00 per month when you join, making your rate $20.00 per month. Please note that this discount does not apply to family memberships or Charter Membership.
Questions about the “Flock to the Kroc” event? Contact Student Life at (901) 321-3531. For additional details on membership at the Kroc Center, go to www.cbu.edu/kroc.
- TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19: Soul Food Day and Art Exhibit: Come celebrate heritage and art as members of the CBU Community and the Memphis area display some of their artistic pieces celebrating the past, living in the present, and embracing the future. Afterwards, come enjoy some delectable soul food. Aramark Food Service will put together a spread you won’t soon forget in Alfonso Dining Hall, starting at 11:00 a.m.
- WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20: Journey of Negro Spirituals: A history of Negro spirituals will be presented by Elaine L. Turner, owner of Heritage Tours and Slave Haven Museum, in Spain Auditorium at 1:00 p.m. Special musical selections will be performed by Karen Conway-Barnett (Dean of Students), Dr. Mary Ogilvie (Biology) and CBU students.
- SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23: The Burkle Estate: Tour of the Slave Haven Underground Railroad Museum, 12:00-1:00 p.m. The white clapboard house built in 1849 by Jacob Burkle 825 N. Second Street is rumored to have served as a way station on the Underground Railroad for runaway slaves. A tour of the house includes a visit to a small cellar where slaves waited to escape. Tickets are $8 for adults, $7 for students and $6 for kids (4-17) and can be purchased at the museum. Free tickets and carpooling is available on a limited basis and can be reserved by emailing email@example.com.
- SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24: Sunday Worship Service at First Baptist Church, Broad (2835 Broad Avenue, 10:00 a.m.) Pastor Keith Norman, Senior Pastor and Recipient of CBU Dozier Award, will deliver the sermon and preside over the service. Dinner will be served for the CBU community at the church immediately after the service. Go to this link to RSVP for dinner and/or carpooling.
To help you prepare for next week’s big Career Expo, CBU Career Services presents a Career Expo Boot Camp on Thursday, February 21 in Buckman Hall 112 at 1:00 p.m.
- Get basic training on professional dress
- Learn to navigate the obstacle course of questions you should be prepared to ask and answer
- Go through boot camp on how to research companies prior to the expo
- Earn your stripes by following up appropriately and sending thank-you cards
- Put yourself at ease, knowing you’re fully prepared for the Career & Internship Expo on February 26.
Make plans to be there! And that’s an order!
New Boot Camp class starting Thursday, February 21 in the Swashbuckler Fitness Center at 7:00 p.m. One hour aerobic workout to keep you strong and fit! Get ready to sweat — bring a towel and water!
The School of Engineering at the University of Mississippi will host the 2013 Mid-South Annual Engineering and Sciences Conference (MAESC) in Oxford, MS, on September 12-13, 2013. Call for Papers can be found at www.maesc.org. MAESC was first hosted by CBU in 1999. Since then most conferences have been held on the CBU campus in May. Proceedings of past conferences can be found at the conference website above.
Ever wonder what the FBI is really like? What do FBI agents and other employees really do? What are the career options in the FBI? Find out Tuesday, February 26, at 6:00 p.m. in Spain Auditorium.
Co-sponsored by the CBU Honors Program, the Department of Behavioral Sciences, and CBU Career Services.
Class evaluations are open! We need your feedback! Let us know what you think of your instructors. Here’s the link: www.smartevals.com/login.aspx?s=cbu&r=true&hadStart=true2
Save the Date! The 6th Annual CBU “Last Lecture” will be presented by Dr. Max Maloney on April 23 at 12:45 p.m. in Spain Auditorium.
Please join the Honors Program and the CBU community for this extraordinary event during which Dr. Max Maloney will give his hypothetical “Last Lecture.” If you like big words, tall professors, and yummy food for thought, this is your lucky day! Last Lectures usually include the professor’s reflections on their academic career, advice for better living, and even a few laughs. Let’s see what Dr. Maloney comes up with. Light refreshments will be served prior to the talk. Based on past Last Lectures, this is a not-to-be-missed event!
The Mu Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. will be conducting Rush on March 3. Please contact Auta Boykins at (901) 412-0088 or visit www.aka-cbu.com for more information.
Delta Sigma Pi would like to congratulate Kasey Beekman (Accounting ’16), Meetal Parag (Finance ’15), Jenna Crain (Marketing ’15), Miles Anderson (Finance ’15), Jack Parker (Accounting ’16) and Sasha Hill (Marketing ’15) for their acceptance into the business fraternity. The new members will now join a six-week pledging process to learn more about the history, values and expectations of becoming a true Deltasig. Congratulations!
Sigma Alpha Epsilon is holding its 2nd Annual Children’s Miracle Network Week this week (February 18-22) and it’s a CBU Carnival! This week is going to be filled with fun and games all with the ultimate goal of raising money to donate to CMN! Below is a list of each day as well as the event associated:
- Monday – Baseball Throw: Players get to test out their aim and accuracy in a carnival favorite. Three standard milk bottles will be stacked and for $1, you get one chance to knock all three bottles over! For every player that knocks all three bottles over, they will be awarded a CMN Balloon to go toward the organization of their choice.
- Tuesday – Balloon Pop/Ring Toss: Step right up and show us what you got! For $1, a player will be given one dart to throw at a wall of balloons with various prizes inside! Prizes include extra throws, extra CMN Balloons for your organization, and even cash money! For another $1, players will be given 6 rings to throw at bottles in hopes of landing a ring around the neck winning a CMN Balloon!
- Wednesday – Corn Hole: Who doesn’t like a good ole’ game of corn hole! CBU’s campus is littered with corn hole stars in the making and here’s your chance to prove what you got! For $1, each player will be given three bags to toss at a standard board. For every three points the player gets, he/she is awarded a CMN Balloon!
- Thursday – Cottage Cheese Eating Contest: Cottage cheese is notoriously healthy so why not try and scarf down as much as possible before the person next to you?! Each organization is allowed to enter 2 men/women to compete in a cottage cheese eating contest with the winning organization being awarded 15 CMN Balloons with second being awarded 10 CMN Balloons and third place being awarded 5 CMN Balloons.
- Friday – Car Smash!: School stresses everybody out so why not take out that stress on an old car! For $1, you will be given a sledgehammer, safety goggles, and four swings at a junker waiting to be smashed!
As mentioned above, CMN Balloons will be awarded for each event and at the end of the week, the organization with the most balloons awarded in their honor will be awarded $100 cash prize! Also, the individual who has won the most balloons throughout the week will be given a $25 Visa Gift Card! In addition to winning balloons for playing games, CMN Balloons can be bought all week in the cafeteria for $2 apiece.
Let the games begin!
MEN’S BASKETBALL (15-7, 10-4 GSC)
- 02/14: Bucs 54, University of Alabama-Huntsville 48 (at Canale Arena)
- 02/16: Bucs 84, Shorter University 69 (at Canale Arena)
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL (6-16, 3-11 GSC)
- 02/14: Lady Bucs 47, University of Alabama-Huntsville 77 (at Canale Arena)
- 02/16: Lady Bucs 47, Shorter University 39 (at Canale Arena)
BASEBALL (2-5, 0-0 GSC)
- 02/13: Bucs 1, Loyola University 3 (at Buc Field)
- 02/13: Bucs 8, Loyola University 6 (at Buc Field)
- 02/16: Bucs 2/1, Drury University 9/7 (at Buc Field)
- 02/17: Bucs 2, Drury University 12 (at Buc Field)
SOFTBALL (1-1, 0-0 GSC)
- 02/17: Lady Bucs 3, Rhodes College 7 (at Bland Field)
- 02/17: Lady Bucs 13, Rhodes College 6 (at Bland Field)
THIS WEEK’S SCHEDULE
- 02/21: University of West Georgia (Carrollton, GA; 7:00 p.m.)
- 02/23: University of West Alabama (Livingston, AL; 4:00 p.m.)
- 02/21: University of West Georgia (Carrollton, GA; 4:30 p.m.)
- 02/23: University of West Alabama (Livingston, AL; 2:00 p.m.)
- 02/19: Victory University (Buc Field; 1:00 p.m.)
- 02/23: Kentucky Wesleyan College (Buc Field; noon doubleheader)
- 02/24: Kentucky Wesleyan College (Buc Field; noon doubleheader)
- 02/20: Martin Methodist College (Bland Field; 1:00 p.m. doubleheader)
- 02/24: Cumberland University (Lebanon, TN; 1:00 p.m. doubleheader)
MEN’S & WOMEN’S GOLF
- 02/17-18: Frito-Lay/Taco Bell Intercollegiate (Philadelphia, MS; Dancing Rabbit Golf Club)
MEN’S & WOMEN’S TENNIS