Study Abroad for 2015-16

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Welcome all students to Christian Brothers University. While getting adjusted to your classes and campus, it’s time to start thinking about studying abroad.

There are two travel study trips for the 2015-2016 academic school year. Remembrance of WWI in Paris, France, and Belgium in Spring Break of 2016 will be taught by Dr. Neal Palmer. Chemistry of Cooking in San Sebastian, Spain in May 2016 will be taught by Dr. Anthony Trimboli. Both trips are open to everyone. Study abroad opens up your world to new people, new places, and new culture. It is a life changing experience. Freshman through seniors are eligible and Honors sections are available.

Do not delay, as space is limited on both trips.

For more information on these trips or studying abroad, go to www.cbu.edu/studyabroad, email studyabroad@cbu.edu, come by the office in Buckman Hall 346 and 342, or leave a message at (901) 321-3264.

You can also contact Dr. Trimboli for Chemistry of Cooking at atrimbol@cbu.edu and Dr. Palmer for WWI trip at npalmer@cbu.edu

Upcoming Events

FRESHMAN ORIENTATION: The last session of Freshman Orientation, welcoming the Class of 2019, is Thursday, July 30 through Friday, July 31. Their busy schedules will include sessions to inform them about CBU services and resources, group academic advising, placement tests, class scheduling, and LOTS more!

COMMUNITY CONVOCATION: The annual pre-semester meeting of all faculty and staff will be held Thursday, August 20 at 10:00 a.m. in the University Theater with reports from the CBU Administration and recognition of faculty/staff service. Faculty meetings will follow in the afternoon.

WELCOME (BACK) WEEKEND: The 2015-16 academic year begins at 9:00 a.m. on Friday, August 21 when the resident students of the Class of 2019 starts moving into the residence halls. All first-year freshmen are required to attend, and parents are strongly encouraged to join their students. You’ll have an opportunity to learn more about campus, give back to the community, enjoy activities and start building lifelong friendships. Upperclassmen will be welcomed back to campus on Saturday, August 22. A tentative schedule of events is available at cbu.edu/welcome-back-weekend.

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OPENING RECEPTION FOR NICK 
PEÑA EXHIBITION:
Crosscut,” an exhibition of paintings by CBU’s own Nick Peña (Visual & Performing Arts) will open with a public reception on Friday, August 21 in the Beverly & Sam Ross Gallery, 5:30-7:30 p.m. The exhibition will continue through October 8 in the gallery and foyer, which is located on the lower level of Plough Library.

MARK YOUR CALENDARS: More details to come on these upcoming events!
Academic Convocation: August 27
Alumni & Family Weekend: October 1-4
Memphis Reads with Dave Eggers: November 6
Bell Tower Gala: November 14

From the Vatican to Memphis

Archbishop-Di-Noia-2012The initial presenter for the 2015 Lumen Civitatis Speaker Series is Archbishop J. Augustine Di Noia, O.P., a key contributor to the magisteriums of both Pope John Paul II and Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, who will address “The Legacy of Pope John Paul II” on Tuesday, April 28 in the University Theater

Archbishop Di Noia was for years a beloved professor on the Trinity and Catholic Dogma at the Dominican House Studies in Washington, DC and has also served as Executive Director of the Secretariat of Doctrine at the USCCB and as Undersecretary of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF) under Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger. He is currently Adjunct Secretary of the CDF.  Archbishop Di Noia has authored and edited numerous books and articles, including The Love that Never Ends:  A Key to the Catechism of the Catholic Church and Veritatis Splendor and the Renewal of Moral Theology.

There is no charge to attend this public talk, but please register by clicking here to confirm your attendance. Light refreshments will begin at 5:00 p.m, followed by the talk at 5:30.

Study Abroad Information Meeting

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Studying abroad is a remarkable opportunity for college students.
It’s a chance to not only earn college credit, but to make lifelong friends, strengthen language skills, and see the world from a different perspective. Studying abroad also looks good to prospective employers when seeking a job. Students will develop lifelong skills and grow as a person.

Freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors, and all interested, come to find out details about what CBU has to offer  at our meeting on April 9 at 12:30 p.m. in Buckman Hall 357. Join us for pizza, cookies, and soft drinks. Meet professors, previous travelers, and ask questions. Travel study trips next year will be Spain, France, and Belgium. Information on semester destinations in 18 countries across five continents will also be available. Come for a while or just pop in!

For more information on studying abroad and upcoming trips, visit www.cbu.edu/studyabroad.

Homecoming Week 2015

Mark your calendars now for the Homecoming festivities next semester!

Tuesday, January 20: Wacky Olympics beginning at 7:00 p.m. in Canale Arena
Wednesday, January 21: All-Sing Competition beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the University Theater
Thursday, January 22: Buccaneer and Lady Buc basketball games (vs. Shorter Hawks) beginning at 5:00 and 7:00 p.m. in Canale Arena with a “Throw Back Thursday” Fashion Show & Competition at halftime, plus a banner competition
Friday, January 23: Trivia & Games Night beginning at 7:00 p.m. in Alfonso Dining Hall and Sabbatini Lounge
Saturday, January 24: Float parade begins by noon; Lady Bucs Homecoming Game vs. the Lee University Flames begins at 2:00 p.m. and the Bucs Homecoming Game vs. the Flames begins at 4:00 p.m. Homecoming Court will be announced at halftime!
Homecoming Dance from 10:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. with buses leaving every 15-30 minutes from Central Lot.

Buccaneer Bulletin

STANDINGS
The CBU Bucs finished No. 18 in the final NSCAA/Continental Tire Division II Men’s National Soccer Rankings. The Bucs went 14-3-1, earning the No. 2 seed in the NCAA South Regional but falling in penalty kicks to Saint Leo. The Bucs are the only GSC team in the rankings, and they are one of three South Region teams in the final poll.
CBU’s Buccaneer basketball team climbed to No. 20 in the National Association of Basketball Coaches Division II Poll and No. 17 in the D2SIDA Media Poll last week. In the NABC poll, the Bucs rose four spots to No. 20, and they are the top-ranked GSC team and the third of four South Region teams in the rankings. In the D2SIDA poll, the Bucs are the only GSC team in the rankings, and they are also the third of three South Region teams in the poll.

SCOREBOARD
MEN’S BASKETBALL (5-2, 3-1 GSC)
12/11: Bucs 68, Delta State 72 (at Canale Arena)
12/13: Bucs 77, Mississippi College 70 (at Canale Arena)
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL (3-6, 1-3 GSC)
12/11: Lady Bucs 61, Delta State 40 (at Canale Arena)
12/13: Lady Bucs 45Mississippi College 56 (at Canale Arena)

THIS WEEK’S SCHEDULE
MEN’S BASKETBALL
12/18: University of West Georgia (Canale Arena; 7:00 p.m.)
12/20: University of West Alabama (Canale Arena; 4:00 p.m.)
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
12/18: University of West Georgia (Canale Arena; 5:00 p.m.)
12/20: University of West Alabama (Canale Arena; 2:00 p.m.)

UPCOMING HOLIDAY SCHEDULE
MEN’S BASKETBALL
12/31: Harding University (Canale Arena; 3:00 p.m.)
01/03: Valdosta State University (Valdosta, GA; 7:00 p.m.)
01/05: University of West Florida (Pensacola, FL; 7:00 p.m.)
01/10: University of North Alabama (Florence, AL; 3:00 p.m.)
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
12/31: Harding University (Canale Arena; 1:00 p.m.)
01/03: Valdosta State University (Valdosta, GA; 5:00 p.m.)
01/05: University of West Florida (Pensacola, FL; 5:00 p.m.)
01/10: University of North Alabama (Florence, AL; 1:00 p.m.)

This Week at CBU

FEAST OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION: Monday, December 8 is the Feast of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, a holy day of obligation for U. S. Catholics. Mass will be offered at 5:00 p.m. in the De La Salle Chapel, near Lambert Hall.

MEDITATION FOR STRESS RELIEF: Dr. Pong Malasri will offer a session on “Meditation  for Stress Relief” on Tuesday,  December 9  at 1:00 p.m. in Nolan Engineering Center Room 235. Sponsored by the President’s Commission on Women

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C.A.P.S. HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE:
Please join the CBU College of Adult Professional Studies for its 1st Annual Holiday Open House! There will be warm beverages, sweets to nosh, and holiday music for you to enjoy. So be sure to stop by and mingle with the C.A.P.S. staff on December 9, 2014, 2:00-4:30 p.m., in Buckman Hall, Room 214.

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STRESS FREE ZONE: If finals have you stressed, you should definitely come to Paws to Relax with the Therapy Dogs, Thursday, December 11, 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. on the Buc Patio. It’s a proven fact that petting a dog can relieve stress and lower blood pressure.  Come visit with the Therapy Dogs, brought to campus by the Mid-South Therapy Dogs and Friends Organization and sponsored by the Departments of Counseling and Health Services.

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SUSTAINABLE CRAFTS DAY:
If you like arts and crafts and being creative, you should come to the Sustainable Crafts Day event. We will be taking old bottles and toilet rolls and such, and reusing them to make awesome new things. You will get to make and decorate whatever you would like. The event will be held on Thursday, December 11 at 1:00 p.m. in the LLC Classroom.

ADVENT PENANCE SERVICE: The mid-city and downtown churches are gathering together for an Advent Penance Service on Thursday evening, December 11 beginning at 7:00 p.m. at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. All members of the CBU community are cordially invited! If any student needs a ride, contact Brother Tom in the Campus Ministry office at tsulliv1@cbu.edu or (901) 321-3477.

THE NUTCRACKER: Join Student Life at the Orpheum Theatre at 2:00 p.m. on December 13 for “Nutcracker 2014.” More than 100 professional dancers, children, musicians, and vocalists make this holiday tradition the one to see, and an extraordinary experience for all. With magical sets that change before your eyes, snowflakes trickling from the sky and dances from around the world.  Tickets are limited so sign up now at https://www.cbu.edu/memphis-community-programs

Black Lives Matter

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In light of recent events in Ferguson, MO and New York, CBU’s Collegiate Chapter of the NAACP will be hosting “Black Lives Matter” in order to educate, raise awareness and promote positive action.

DEC. 8: SHOW YOUR SUPPORT
Show your support by stopping by the table outside Alfonso Dining Hall to sign the banner and tweet #CBUNAACP.
DEC. 9: WALK OUT TO THE CHALK OUT
Whether you are in class, your dorm, or the caf, walk out at 12:00 p.m. and join the NAACP in Buckman Quad to drink hot cocoa and draw chalk body outlines in the Quad to represent all African Americans who have been gunned down by police officers!
DEC. 10: CHANGE FOR CHANGE
Stop by the table in Alfonso Dining Hall 11:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m. as the NAACP collects change and books to donate to the Ferguson Public Library!
DEC. 11: KNOWLEDGE IS POWER
Join the chapter at 5:00 p.m. in Sabbatini Lounge for the Knowledge is Power teach-in led by Dr. Jeffrey Gross and Dr. Leigh Johnson, and hear from community leaders about the Ferguson case and other justice disparities that still exist even today.
DEC. 12: CANDLELIGHT VIGIL co-sponsored by CBU’S Black Student Association
The vigil will begin at 5:00 p.m.

More info: naacp@cbu.edu

Buccaneer Bulletin

SCOREBOARD
MEN’S BASKETBALL (4-1, 2-0 GSC)
12/04: Bucs 73, Lee University 70 (at Cleveland, TN)
12/06: Bucs 74, Shorter University 61 (at Rome, GA)
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL (2-5, 0-2 GSC)
12/04: Lady Bucs 51, Lee University 78 (at Cleveland, TN)
12/06: Lady Bucs 64, Shorter University 66 (at Rome, GA)

THIS WEEK’S SCHEDULE
MEN’S BASKETBALL
12/11: Delta State University (Canale Arena; 7:00 p.m.)
12/13: Mississippi College (Canale Arena; 4:00 p.m.)
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
12/11: Delta State University (Canale Arena; 5:00 p.m.)
12/13: Mississippi College (Canale Arena; 2:00 p.m.)

UPCOMING HOLIDAY SCHEDULE
MEN’S BASKETBALL
12/18: University of West Georgia (Canale Arena; 7:00 p.m.)
12/20: University of West Alabama (Canale Arena; 4:00 p.m.)
12/31: Harding University (Canale Arena; 3:00 p.m.)
01/03: Valdosta State University (Valdosta, GA; 7:00 p.m.)
01/05: University of West Florida (Pensacola, FL; 7:00 p.m.)
01/10: University of North Alabama (Florence, AL; 3:00 p.m.)
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
12/18: University of West Georgia (Canale Arena; 5:00 p.m.)
12/20: University of West Alabama (Canale Arena; 2:00 p.m.)
12/31: Harding University (Canale Arena; 1:00 p.m.)
01/03: Valdosta State University (Valdosta, GA; 5:00 p.m.)
01/05: University of West Florida (Pensacola, FL; 5:00 p.m.)
01/10: University of North Alabama (Florence, AL; 1:00 p.m.)

Spring Break in Spain, London & Paris in May

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The Moors developed a very sophisticated civilization in Spain during the Middle Ages. These great Moorish monuments still stand today! See them in person studying environmental studies in Spain. See the flamenco dancing, the tapas bars, famous local painters, and even enjoy the beautiful coast of Malaga! While absorbing Spanish culture, you can take Economics 347 — discussing current topics in economics — renewable energy courses (ME 497 is three credits while ME 498 is one credit) or, for engineering majors, a three-hour engineering course. This is an amazing opportunity that no one should miss out on.

Broaden your horizon by taking “Global Citizen” (GS 300), and satisfy a general education requirement or International Finance 437 in London and Paris! Absorb knowledge in the classroom and outside the classroom. Many of these must see sights and activities include Big Ben, House of Parliament, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Montmartre, a Seine River Cruise, Eiffel Tower, and financial institutions!

These trips are open to all students. The Spain trip is Spring Break of 2015, and the London-Paris trip is May of 2015. For more information on these trips click here.

SCHOLARSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE THIS YEAR! We have four $500 scholarships available for our spring break trip and may trip. Apply now for these as they are limited!

Note: Spain travelers must pay $1,318 by Tuesday, November 25 to cover airfare and assure a seat on the plane. No exceptions! Later payments are negotiable with Study Abroad office.

Make your Spring Semester Pop!

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With the first semester almost over, make your Spring semester “pop” by going to London and Paris or Southern Spain.

Explore the Moroccan Mystic ambience, Generalife Gardens, the Mosque-Cathedral, Synagogue, cafes, and more while having fun, learn about renewable energies. You can take a 1-credit or 3-credit renewable energy course or economics course and visit the Abengoa Plant and Vejer De la Fontera Wind turbine facility.

If Spain is not your cup of tea, then wander the streets of London and Paris. Enjoy the culture London and Paris have to offer by seeing Kensington, House of Parliament, St. Paul Cathedral, changing of the guards, and more. This trip offers a Global Studies course and Finance 437.  Both trips are open to all students. For more information click here.

The Study Abroad office is having an interest meeting November 13 at 1:15 in Buckman Hall Room 357. Current trips, future trips, semesters abroad, and other Q & A will be discussed.

Bell Tower Gala

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CBU’s third annual Bell Tower Gala will be held on November 15 in the Tennessee Grand Ballroom at the Hilton Memphis at 6:00 p.m. This year CBU will be awarding  Maurelian Medal to Bishop J. Terry Steib (above left) and honoring Michael Pohlman (’79, above center) and Analice Sowell (’02, ’05, above right) with the Distinguished Alumnus and Distinguished Young Alumna awards.

This unforgettable evening will be a festive charitable event, a tribute to the history of Lasallian education in Memphis, and a great way to reconnect with old friends. And since all proceeds support CBU’s exceptional academic programs and scholarships, it’s a great way to invest in the future of our students and our community.

Individual tickets to this event are $175. To purchase your ticket and reserve your spot today, contact Karen Viotti at kviotti@cbu.edu or (901) 321-3254.

 

Upcoming Events

JUVENILE JUSTICE SUMMIT: The CBU Chapter of the NAACP will present a Juvenile Justice Summiton Tuesday, November 16 in Spain Auditorium. Confirmed panelists include  Shelby County Mayor Mark Lutrell, Memphis Mayor A C Wharton, Police Director Tony ArmstrongAndrew Collins of Stain Your Brain, and Charlie Caswell executive director of the Rangeline Neighborhood CDC.  The discussion will be led and moderated by CBU’s NAACP members and we will solicit questions via a live Twitter feed with the hashtag #CBUJJ. A reception will precede the summit at 5:00 p.m., with the panel discussion beginning at 6:00 p.m. Engage in this community conversation and learn about the roles in the juvenile justice system, including the part you can play! Email naacp@cbu.edu for more information.

STRESS REDUCTION THROUGH MEDITATION: Please join us for a meditation workshop on Wednesday, November 19 in the LLC Classroom, 1:00-1:30 p.m. Led by Dr. Emily Holmes (Religion & Philosophy), this workshop will cover basic techniques of mindfulness meditation to help focus our attention and awareness as we begin a very busy and frequently stressful time of the year.

THANKSGIVING LUNCH: Skip breakfast on Thursday, November 20 and save room for a  Thanksgiving feast with all the trimmings in Alfonso Dining Hall, 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

fleshmadewordREADING & RECEPTION: The President’s Commission on Women presents a reading by Dr. Emily A. Holmes (Religion & Philosophy) on November 20th, 3:30-4:30 p.m. in Plough Library. Dr. Holmes will be reading from her book, Flesh Made Word: Medieval Women Mystics, Writing, and the Incarnation, in which she displays how medieval women writers expanded traditional theology through the incarnational practice of writing and draws inspiration for feminist theology from the writings of these medieval women mystics as well as French feminist philoso­phers of écriture féminine. 

CBU’s GOT TALENT: Are you a performer? If so, the BSA is looking for people who are interested in participating in this year’s “CBU’s Got Talent” Talent Show on November 21 in the University Theater at 7:00 p.m.

PETER PAN: Join Student Life at the Playhouse on the Square on November 22 at 7:00 p.m. for Peter Pan. The boy who won’t grow up is flying with Wendy, John, and Michael Darling in this musical based on the play by J.M. Barrie. Peter leads the gang to Neverland where they encounter the cunning and evil Captain Hook, villainous pirates, a crafty crocodile, and the sprightly fairy Tinker Bell. Tickets are limited so sign up now at www.tinyurl.com/cbutrips

Lasallian Day Memphis

TOGETHER AND BY ASSOCIATION!

Please Join Brother Larry Schatz, Provincial of the Midwest District, for the Second Annual Gathering of the Christian Brothers & Lasallian Family in the greater Memphis area on Wednesday, November 5, 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at the Memphis Botanic Garden Goldsmith Room. Single tickets are $20 or tables of eight can be purchased for $160, payable at the door or online. Ticket prices include salad, choice of panini, and dessert. Please RSVP by October 28 to Megan Davison at (630) 323-3725, ext. 218 or at www.cbmidwest.org/WP1/lasallian-days.

Juvenile Justice Summit

The CBU Chapter of the NAACP will present a Juvenile Justice Summit on Tuesday, November 16 in Spain Auditorium. Confirmed panelists include  Shelby County Mayor Mark Lutrell, Memphis Mayor A C Wharton, Police Director Tony Armstrong, and Andrew Collins of Stain Your Brain. A reception will precede the summit at 5:00 p.m., with the panel discussion beginning at 6:00 p.m. Engage in this community conversation and learn about the roles in the juvenile justice system, including the part you can play! Email naacp@cbu.edu for more information. 

 

 

 

Spice Up Your Spring Semester

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Spice up your spring semester by going to Europe.
Study abroad has two magnificent trips that not only help you with your major but enhance your knowledge of different cultures and the problems that face the world today. The Environment Studies in Spain trip is open to all majors. There is a three-hour Mechanical engineering course, a one-hour Sustainability course, and a three-hour Economics course.

There is also a Study Trip to London and Paris in May 2015 open to all majors. Courses offered are Global Studies and Finance 437. The London Paris trip is approximately $2,300 plus airfare.

Make your spring semester one-of-a-kind by studying abroad. For more information on either of these trips, click here.

Career Services Calendar

THIS WEEK
PIZZA & PROFESSIONALS: Come learn about the Mass Mutual on Thursday, October 16 — who they are, what they do, and about some of the positions they typical hire… and, enjoy free pizza!  What a deal!  Buckman 112, 12:30-1:30 p.m. RSVP by October 14.  Open to all interested students; students in business, accounting and finance may have particular interest!

UPCOMING EVENTS
PIZZA & PROFESSIONALS: Come learn about the Peace Corps on Thursday, October 30, who they are, what they do, and about some of the positions they typical hire… and, enjoy free pizza!  What a deal! Buckman 112, 12:30-1:30 p.m.  RSVP by October 28.  Open to all interested students and alumni.
CAREER PANEL: Come listen to Advice From The Big Bucs, an exciting new career panel on Tuesday, November 4, featuring some of CBU’s most famous and successful alumni! Learn how they got to where they are, and how you can follow in their footsteps!  1:00 p.m. in Spain Auditorium RSVP
CUPCAKES WITH theGRIND: Come learn about internship and writing opportunities with Memphis’ online magazine, theGRIND on Wednesday, November 5 in Montesi Executive Center (Buckman 211) at 3:00 p.m. And enjoy some Muddy’s Bakeshop cupcakes!
PIZZA & PROFESSIONALS: Come learn about CBIZ on Thursday, November 6 — who they are, what they do, and about some of the positions they typical hire… and, enjoy free pizza!  What a deal!  RSVP by November 4. Open to all interested students and alumni in Accounting & Finance majors.

Opportunities in Spain

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In the near future, the world will need people who can find innovative ways to fix the environment through renewable energies.
The world will also need people who have the ability to work with diverse groups of all backgrounds. Environmental Studies in Spain can give you both! Not only are you increasing your knowledge on renewable energies, but you are also increasing your “intercultural development.” The Environmental Studies in Spain courses are approved electives for all engineering majors, and the trip exposes you to Spanish life. Don’t miss out on this opportunity. The deadline is flexible, but airlines seat must be paid in full by Thanksgiving. For more information click here »»

October Eclipses

Brother Kevin Ryan (Physics/Astronomy), CBU’s local chronicler of the stars and sky, has informed us that October will offer glimpses of two eclipses — one lunar and one solar!
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A total lunar eclipse will be visible this Wednesday, October 8 at approximately 4:15 a.m. Brother Kevin suggests that you set your alarm for 4:15 and peek out the window. If you can’t see anything, just go back to sleep.
A partial solar eclipse will be visible (using the pin-hole method — don’t look straight at the sun!) on Thursday, October 23 at approximately 4:30-6:30 p.m.

Have You Ever Wanted to See the Eiffel Tower?

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What about Big Ben? The Louvre?  Fulfill that wish by going on the May 2015 trip to London and Paris. Take a Global Studies course with Dr. Forsdick or a Finance course offer by Dr. Claassen. This trip is open to all students and is a General Education requirement through Global Studies.

If you are an engineering or environmental science major and want to learn about renewable energies, sign up for the Environmental Studies in Spain over Spring Break. Enjoy the sites in three major cities (Cordoba, Seville, and Granada) while taking courses in renewable energy.

For more information on both of these trips, click here or email studybroad@cbu.edu.

This Week at CBU

INTRAMURAL SAND VOLLEYBALL REGISTRATION OPEN: Registration is now open online for the 2014 Intramural Sand Volleyball season! Sign up online at imleagues.com/cbu now as an individual or as a team to compete for the coveted Intramural Championship Shirt. Games will be held on campus at the Sand Volleyball Courts by Rozier.

BLOOD DRIVE: The American Red Cross is hosting a Blood Drive on Tuesday, September 30, 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., in the Sabbatini Lounge on the 2nd level of the Thomas Center.  All donors will receive snacks & drinks for your donation. You can make an appointment online at www.redcrossblood.org and enter the sponsor code CBROS  or come visit after your classes. Please make a donation for disaster victims and those in need.

CBU-Day-of-GivingSEPTEMBER OF SERVICE DAY OF GIVING: Join the CBU Community on Tuesday, September 30, 3:30-5:30 p.m.
Volunteer: Help with the Kenrick cleanout, campus cleanup, and various other projects around campus. Register to volunteer at www.cbusos.com
Donate: Make a gift to the Leadership Scholarship Fund, which supports students each year for outstanding leadership and service in the community. Each gift made that day will be matched dollar for dollar! Make a donation here for scholarships!!

Following the S.O.S. Day of Giving, join us for a Picnic Dinner on Maurelian Lawn at 5:30 p.m. Students will use their student ID for dinner. All other guests should RSVP to rsvp@cbu.edu for accurate catering counts.

AKA WEEK
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• Take PrecAKAtion: Alpha Kappa Alpha will be hosting a driving forum on Monday, September 29 to educate students on how serious driving is and on precautions that need to considered while driving on the road. Although statistical information is important, hearing genuine situations and stories about how driving accidents have affected the lives of loved ones will have a major impact on this campus. Sorority acquaintance Ketia Francis, CBU alum Jamal Threlkeld, and CBU Kappa Sigma Junior Nash Lanigan will all share their stories on how a car accident affected their lives. This event will be held in Spain Auditorium at 7:00 p.m.
Greenhouse Effect: As a part of the environmental movement, one of the factors of going GREEN is restoring and repairing what is presently in place. AKA will work along with CBU SOS for their event to clean up the campus on Tuesday, September 30.
• Poise N Ivy: On Wednesday, October 1 at 5:00 p.m. on the Front Lawn, AKA will help bring awareness to our community on how mental health issues and stress relate, and ways to relieve stress. A guest professor will speak about mental illness and its relationship to college life, and then participants will engage in an art therapy session by painting on a large canvas on the lawn. Once the artwork is completed and dry, AKA will donate it to Lakeside Behavioral Health System.
Have Lunch with M.E.:  AKA will be spreading awareness about food deserts (neighborhoods don’t have access to a traditional grocery store) and how they have an impact in our Memphis community. This event will take place on Thursday, October 2 in Alfonso Dining Hall, 12:15-1:30 p.m.
The Big Bang Theory: Throughout the week, AKA will be collecting canned goods for overseas members of the armed services. AKA will also have arts and crafts in Alfonso Dining Hall on Friday, October 3 for students, faculty, and staff to make cards of appreciation and gratitude between 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.
Step Show: AKA Week will wrap up with performances by local NPHC chapters in Memphis on Friday in the University Theater at 7:00 p.m. Admission is $3 for CBU students and all Greek students; $5 for guests.

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FEAST OF ST. FRANCIS LUNCHEON:
Creating a Climate for Solidarity
—In celebration of the Feast of St. Francis, CBU will join hundreds of other Catholic parishes, schools, and colleges across the nation in this lunch discussion program to discuss the wisdom of the visions of Saint Francis and the current Pope Francis regarding the simultaneous duty to take care of both Creation and the poor. This program highlights the impacts of climate change on the world’s poorest and most vulnerable people, and offers concrete ways that individuals and communities can respond. Thursday, October 2, 12:30-1:50 p.m. in the LLC Classroom 104. Hosted by the Sustainability LLC, please RSVP to Dr. Ben Jordan at bjordan1@cbu.edu.

PINK OUT GAMES: CBU’s chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha will be sponsoring Pink Out games for the Buc and Lady Buc soccer matches against Alabama-Huntsville on Friday, October 3 to benefit Breast Cancer Education and Awareness. The Lady Bucs play at 5:00 p.m., and the Bucs play at 7:00 p.m., both at Signaigo Field.

This Week at CBU

YOUR PATH TO WELLNESS: Trainer Heather Jordan will speak on personal motivation for exercise and nutrition on Tuesday, September 23 in the Wilson Family Commons in the Living Learning Center, 5:00-6:30 p.m. Exercise and nutrition are both good for your brain, and both contribute to better academic performance. Learn to utilize nutrition, fitness, and time management to reach life goals and fuel passion and purpose. Dinner will be served. If you are interested, please RSVP to Dr. Ben Jordan at bjordan1@cbu.edu.

ALUMNI TRIVIA NIGHT: It’s time for our Semi-Annual Alumni Trivia Night with Brother Ignatius Brown! Friday, September 26, 7:00-9:30 p.m. Pre-register your team on or before September 24 for $15 per person. After September 24, registration is $20 per person — CBU students can register for $5 per person. BYOB/BYOF (food and drink). Free soft drinks and bar snacks will be available. Teams are comprised of 6 to 8 people. More info and registration »»

MILLION CALORIE BURN 5KMayor AC Wharton’s Commitment to Fitness Million Calorie Burn 5K will be held on September 27, beginning at Highpoint Church with registration starting at 7:30 a.m. This family fun run will benefit the Common Table Health Initiative‘s fight against childhood and family obesity in Memphis, and will feature a post-race awards ceremony with live music and food. Register online here »»

CBU GAY STRAIGHT ALLIANCE @ MID-SOUTH PRIDE PARADE: Do you have a LOT of Buccaneer Pride? Do you have LGBT or Straight Ally Pride too? Then join CBU’s Gay Straight Alliance in the annual Mid-South Pride Parade on Saturday, September 27 at Robert Church Park (4th and Beale St.), 4:00-7:00 p.m. Sign up to march in the parade by emailing your GSA President at aswims@cbu.edu.

cannonball
THE CANNON BALL CONCERT
CBU’s first Cannon Ball is a concert event featuring country music star Ben Bradford and local rock group Fingertrick. Open to CBU students and high-school seniors. The Cannon Ball will also host several local food trucks! Saturday, September 27, 7:00-10:00 p.m. at Nolan Field and the Gazebo area.

Buccaneer Bulletin

SCOREBOARD
MEN’S SOCCER (4-0, 0-0 GSC)
09/16: Bucs 4, Union 3 (at Signaigo Field)
09/18: Bucs 1, Rhodes 0 (at Signaigo Field)
WOMEN’S SOCCER (5-1. 1-1 GSC)
09/16: Lady Bucs 10, Lyon 0 (at Signaigo Field)
09/21: Lady Bucs 1Valdosta State 2 (at Valdosta, GA)
09/16: Lady Bucs 2, West Georgia 0 (at Carrollton, GA)
VOLLEYBALL (3-7, 2-4 GSC)
09/16: Lady Bucs 2, Alabama-Huntsville (at Canale Arena)
09/19: Lady Bucs 0, West Florida 3 (at Pensacoloa, FL)
09/20: Lady Bucs 1Valdosta State 3 (at Valdosta, GA)

THIS WEEK’S SCHEDULE
MEN’S SOCCER
09/22: Mississippi College (Signaigo Field; 6:00 p.m.)
09/22: Spring Hill College (Mobile, AL; 4:00 p.m.)
WOMEN’S SOCCER
09/21: University of West Georgia (Carrollton, GA; 11:00 a.m.)
09/26: Spring Hill College (Mobile, AL; 2:00 p.m.)
VOLLEYBALL
09/23: Mississippi College (Clinton, MS; 7:00 p.m.)
09/26: Trevecca Nazarene University (Canale Arena; 6:00 p.m.)
MEN’S & WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY
09/27: Rhodes College Invitational (Plough Park; 9:45 a.m)

Upcoming Events

YOUR PATH TO WELLNESS: Trainer Heather Jordan will speak on personal motivation for exercise and nutrition on Tuesday, September 23 in the Wilson Family Commons in the Living Learning Center, 5:00-6:30 p.m. Exercise and nutrition are both good for your brain, and both contribute to better academic performance. Learn to utilize nutrition, fitness, and time management to reach life goals and fuel passion and purpose. Dinner will be served. If you are interested, please go HERE to RSVP.

ALUMNI TRIVIA NIGHT: It’s time for our Semi-Annual Alumni Trivia Night with Brother Ignatius Brown! Friday, September 26, 7:00-9:30 p.m. Pre-register your team on or before September 24 for $15 per person. After September 24, registration is $20 per person — CBU students can register for $5 per person. BYOB/BYOF (food and drink). Free soft drinks and bar snacks will be available. Teams are comprised of 6 to 8 people. More info and registration »»

MILLION CALORIE BURN 5K: Mayor AC Wharton’s Commitment to Fitness Million Calorie Burn 5K will be held on September 27, beginning at Highpoint Church with registration starting at 7:30 a.m. This family fun run will benefit the Common Table Health Initiative‘s fight against childhood and family obesity in Memphis, and will feature a post-race awards ceremony with live music and food. Register online here »»

CBU GAY STRAIGHT ALLIANCE @ MID-SOUTH PRIDE PARADE: Do you have a LOT of Buccaneer Pride? Do you have LGBT or Straight Ally Pride too? Then join CBU’s Gay Straight Alliance in the annual Mid-South Pride Parade on Saturday, September 27 at Robert Church Park (4th and Beale St.), 4:00-7:00 p.m. Sign up to march in the parade by emailing your GSA President at aswims@cbu.edu.

cannonball
THE CANNON BALL CONCERT: 
CBU’s first Cannon Ball is a concert event featuring country music star Ben Bradford and local rock group Fingertrick. Open to CBU students and high-school seniors. The Cannon Ball will also host several local food trucks! Saturday, September 27, 7:00-10:00 p.m. at Nolan Field and the Gazebo area.

renee-emersonPOETRY READING: Renee Emerson, author of the poetry collection Keeping Me Still, will read from her poetry on Tuesday, October 7, at 2:00 p.m. in the Wilson Family Commons in the Living Learning Center. Emerson received her M.F.A. from Boston University, where she was awarded the Academy of American Poets Prize in 2009. Previous publications include three chapbooks: Something Like Flight (Sargent Press), The Whitest Sheets (Maverick Duck Press), and Where Nothing Can Grow (Batcat Press). Her poetry has been published in Christianity and LiteratureBoxcar Poetry ReviewIndiana ReviewRock and Sling32 Poems and others, and she was nominated for a Pushcart Prize in 2010. Emerson teaches creative writing and composition at Shorter University, in Rome, GA.


HUMANS VS. ZOMBIES: Student Life is hosting a Humans vs. Zombies game at CBU from Thursday, October 9 until Monday, October 13. Humans vs. Zombies (HvZ) is a game of tag played at schools, camps, neighborhoods, military bases, and conventions across the world. Human players must remain vigilant and defend themselves to avoid being tagged by a growing zombie horde. More info at humansvszombies.org. The basic premise of the CBU game is that students are trying to avoid being tagged by other students (zombies) and to survive the apocalypse. This year’s game features a team component, epic missions and assignments and bandanas and socks galore. Sign up online at www.hvzsource.com/cbu. Contact Thien Nguyen at tnguye25@cbu.edu for more info.

CORN MAZE AND SPOOKY TRAIL: Sign up now for a ticket to the Agricenter Corn Maze OR Shelby Farm’s Spooky Trail on Saturday, October 11. The Corn Maze is an 8-acre puzzle of twists and turns and some dead ends! It¹s all carved into stalks of corn that tower over your head, offering an experience that is fun for kids from 2 to 92! The Spooky Trail is the only haunted trail in Memphis at Spooky Nights at Shelby Farms with a half mile full of scares. Sign up online TODAY at www.tinyurl.com/cbutrips.

CBU in the News

The Commercial Appeal published an article entitled “Christian Brothers High in Memphis sets $25 million goal” on September 7 which covers the CBHS campaign to launch a Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and Medicine (STEMM) training ground in conjunction with CBU. CBHS and CBU will also be offering graduate-level STEM certification for local K-12 teachers who may not have been math or science majors in college. (For those who do not have an online subscription for The Commercial Appeal, click here for a PDF of the article. There is also more information on the STEMM CoLab at stemmcolab.com.)

Upcoming Events

CAREER POWER HOUR: Attend the Career Power Hour: Resume Writing session on Tuesday, September 9, 1:00-2:00 p.m. in Buckman 102. Contact Career Services at career@cbu.edu.

ACADEMIC INTERNSHIP INFORMATION SESSIONS: Attend an Academic Internship Information Session on September 10 to register for a spring term internship. Thirty-minute meetings will be held every half hour from 9:00 to 12:00 and 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. You only need to attend one session. All sessions take place in Buckman 207. Contact Career Services at career@cbu.edu.

PIZZA & PROFESSIONALS: Attend Pizza & Professionals on September 11 in order to learn about job and internship opportunities from a local employer. Buckman 102, 12:30-1:30 p.m. Contact Career Services at career@cbu.edu.


COOPER YOUNG FESTIVAL:
 The Cooper-Young Festival
, hosted by the Cooper Young Business Association, is Memphis’ most anticipated outdoor celebration. Held in Memphis’ largest historic district, the Cooper-Young Festival is scheduled for September 13, 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Experience art with over 425 artists from all over the nation.  Experience the music of local Memphis bands playing original tunes on three stages.  On the Main Stage, Cory Branan is this year’s headliner along with other popular Memphis musicians like Marcella Simian, Candace Ashir, James and the Ultrasounds, Mighty Souls Brass Band, Darrel Petties and Devil Train.  On the Memphis Grizzlies Stage, listen to your favorite garage punk bands with a lineup by Goner Records that will make you scream.  Be sure to catch Subtractions, Talbot Adams, Nots, Mark Edgar Stuart and the Manatees performing at 4:30 p.m.  The School of Rock Stage is located in the First Congo parking lot.  School of Rock students will be performing from noon until 5:00 p.m.  Go listen to a tribute to U2, some indie rock and more by these talented young people. CBU is a proud sponsor of the Cooper Young Festival! (If the video above doesn’t play or appear in your email or on your portable device, please click here »»)

THEATRE AUDITIONS: Theatre auditions for the Southern farce, Dearly Departed by David Botrelle and Jessie Jones, will be September 15 and September 16 in the University Theater at 6:00 p.m. Not since Steel Magnolias and Greater Tuna has a more colorful and dysfunctional group of Southern eccentrics gathered below the Mason-Dixon line. When the patriarch of the Turpin family keels over dead in the first scene, the struggle to get him buried involves the whole clan, including the not-so-grieving widow who wants to put “Mean and Surly” on the tombstone. For more information about the play and rehearsals, contact Matthew Hamner at mhamner@cbu.edu.

IMAGE IS EVERYTHING: PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS ETIQUETTE: Attend the First Impressions Series program, Image is Everything: Professional Business Etiquette, on Tuesday, September 16. 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. Montesi Executive Center, Buckman Hall. Contact Career Services at career@cbu.edu.

MOCK INTERVIEW DAY: Participate in Mock Interview Day for a 30-minute practice interview with an employer. Wednesday, September 17. Students must sign-up for an interview time in advance. Note: Deadline to sign-up for an slot is September 15. Contact Career Services at career@cbu.edu.

BINGO IN THE BUC: Bingo, drinks, snacks and more in the Buccaneer Gallery & Grill on Friday, September 19 starting at 7:00 p.m.

INTERNATIONAL RED PANDA DAY AT THE ZOO: Join the Memphis Zoo in celebrating the 5th International Red Panda Day anniversary on September 20 as an expected 100,000 visitors at more than 40 zoos worldwide and over 1,000 students at schools in five states and abroad help us create as many Red Panda Rangers as possible in a single day! 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Contact Thien Nguyen at tnguye25@cbu.edu for CBU student ticket information. OR click here to see if registration for tickets is open »»

ALUMNI TRIVIA NIGHT: It’s time for our Semi-Annual Alumni Trivia Night with Brother Ignatius Brown! Friday, September 26, 7:00-9:30 p.m. Pre-register your team on or before September 24 for $15 per person. After September 24, registration is $20 per person — CBU students can register for $5 per person. BYOB/BYOF (food and drink). Free soft drinks and bar snacks will be available. Teams are comprised of 6 to 8 people. More info and registration »»

PHANTOM OF THE OPERA AT THE ORPHEUM: Join Student Life to view this timeless musical on September 27 with production overseen by Matthew Bourne and Cameron Mackintosh. The beloved story and thrilling score – with songs like “Music of the Night,” “All I Ask Of You,” and “Masquerade” is being hailed as “bigger and better than ever before.” Saturday Matinee Performance at 2:00 p.m. Limited availability – 20 free tickets! Sign up today at www.tinyurl.com/cbutrips.

cannonball
THE CANNON BALL CONCERT: 
CBU’s first Cannon Ball is a concert event featuring country music star Ben Bradford and local rock group Fingertrick. Open to CBU students and high-school seniors. The Cannon Ball will also host several local food trucks! Saturday, September 27, 7:00-10:00 p.m. at Nolan Field and the Gazebo area. 

KATY PERRY CONCERT: Registration is open for Katy Perry tickets at www.tinyurl.com/cbutrips. The Prismatic World Tour is the third concert tour by American singer Katy Perry, in support of her fourth studio album, Prism. Join your CBU friends at the FedEx Forum for a spectacular show that  is designed to be a “multi-faceted spectacular” and will include a special standing pit around the stage called “The Reflection Section” that will allow Katy to be “closer than ever to her fans. Sunday, October 5 at 7:00 p.m.

Upcoming Events: September

footballARE YOU READY FOR SOME FLAG FOOTBALL? Registration is now open online for the 2014 Intramural Flag Football season! Sign up online at imleagues.com/cbu now as an individual or as a team to compete for the coveted Intramural Championship Shirt. Games will be held at the Kroc Center and the Liberty Bowl soccer fields. Contact Thien Nguyen at tnguye25@cbu.edu with any questions. Season starts September 2, so sign up today

MEET THE ACCOUNTING FIRMS: Accounting and Finance students, attend Meet the Firms on Tuesday, September 2 to meet with representatives from local and national Accounting/Finance Firms in order to obtain information on internships and jobs. 6:00 to 7:15 p.m. in Montesi Executive Center (Buckman Hall). Contact Career Services at career@cbu.edu.

CHEERLEADING TRYOUTS: CBU will have cheerleaders for the first time in many years! Look for a table at the Involvement Fair this week! Tryouts will begin Friday, September 5, 5:00-8:00 p.m., at the Kroc Center in the indoor soccer arena. This will be a clinic time where the cheer, dance, and jumps will be taught. On Saturday, September 6, 10:00-12:00, there will be a review of the information that has been taught and tryouts will be held that evening 5:00-8:00 p.m. (all at the Kroc Center). Please contact Kenzie Bergloff at hberglof@cbu.edu with any questions.

NAACP CHARTERING CEREMONY:  CBU’s Collegiate Chapter of the NAACP will hold a Chartering Ceremony on September 4 at 6:00 p.m. in the University Theater. CBU is the FIRST Lasallian University to have its own chapter of the NAACP and there has not been a chapter of the NAACP installed in the state of Tennessee in years —  so join the CBU Chapter as it makes history! All faculty/staff, alumni, NAACP friends and members of the press are invited.

PIZZA & PROFESSIONALS: Attend Pizza & Professionals on September 4 and September 11 in order to learn about job and internship opportunities from a local employer. Buckman 102, 12:30-1:30 p.m. Contact Career Services at career@cbu.edu.

CAREER POWER HOUR: Attend the Career Power Hour: Resume Writing session on Tuesday, September 9, 1:00-2:00 p.m. in Buckman 102. Contact Career Services at career@cbu.edu.

ACADEMIC INTERNSHIP INFORMATION SESSIONS: Attend an Academic Internship Information Session on September 10 to register for a spring term internship. Thirty-minute meetings will be held every half hour from 9:00 to 12:00 and 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. You only need to attend one session. All sessions take place in Buckman 207. Contact Career Services at career@cbu.edu.

marypoppinsMARY POPPINS AT PLAYHOUSE ON THE SQUARE: Saturday, September 6 at 8:00 p.m. Sign up online now for limited tickets to see Mary Poppins at Playhouse on the Square at www.tinyurl.com/cbutripsThe consummate Disney production features the irresistible story and unforgettable songs from one of the most popular Disney films of all time, plus brand-new breathtaking dance numbers and astonishing stage-craft to make it everything you could ever want in a hit Broadway show. Tickets are limited! Contact Thien Nguyen at tnguye25@cbu.edu with any questions.

COOPER YOUNG FESTIVAL: The Cooper-Young Festival, hosted by the Cooper Young Business Association, is Memphis’ most anticipated outdoor celebration. Held in Memphis’ largest historic district, the Cooper-Young Festival is scheduled for September 13, 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Enjoy free transportation from CBU to the festival with a valid CBU student ID. Experience art with over 425 artists from all over the nation.  Experience the music of local Memphis bands playing original tunes on three stages.  On the Main Stage, Cory Branan is this year’s headliner along with other popular Memphis musicians like Marcella Simian, Candace Ashir, James and the Ultrasounds, Mighty Souls Brass Band, Darrel Petties and Devil Train.  On the Memphis Grizzlies Stage, listen to your favorite garage punk bands with a lineup by Goner Records that will make you scream.  Be sure to catch Subtractions, Talbot Adams, Nots, Mark Edgar Stuart and the Manatees performing at 4:30 p.m.  The School of Rock Stage is located in the First Congo parking lot.  School of Rock students will be performing from noon until 5:00 p.m.  Go listen to a tribute to U2, some indie rock and more by these talented young people. CBU is a proud sponsor of the Cooper Young Festival!

THEATRE AUDITIONS: Theatre auditions for the Southern farce, Dearly Departed by David Botrelle and Jessie Jones, will be September 15 and September 16 in the University Theater at 6:00 p.m. Not since Steel Magnolias and Greater Tuna has a more colorful and dysfunctional group of Southern eccentrics gathered below the Mason-Dixon line. When the patriarch of the Turpin family keels over dead in the first scene, the struggle to get him buried involves the whole clan, including the not-so-grieving widow who wants to put “Mean and Surly” on the tombstone. For more information about the play and rehearsals, contact Matthew Hamner at mhamner@cbu.edu.

IMAGE IS EVERYTHING: PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS ETIQUETTE: Attend the First Impressions Series program, Image is Everything: Professional Business Etiquette, on Tuesday, September 16. 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. Montesi Executive Center, Buckman Hall. Contact Career Services at career@cbu.edu.

MOCK INTERVIEW DAY: Participate in Mock Interview Day for a 30-minute practice interview with an employer. Wednesday, September 17. Students must sign-up for an interview time in advance. Note: Deadline to sign-up for an slot is September 15. Contact Career Services at career@cbu.edu.

BINGO IN THE BUC: Bingo, drinks, snacks and more in the Buccaneer Gallery & Grill on Friday, September 19 starting at 7:00 p.m.

INTERNATIONAL RED PANDA DAY AT THE ZOO: Join the Memphis Zoo in celebrating the 5th International Red Panda Day anniversary on September 20 as an expected 100,000 visitors at more than 40 zoos worldwide and over 1,000 students at schools in five states and abroad help us create as many Red Panda Rangers as possible in a single day! 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Contact Thien Nguyen at tnguye25@cbu.edu for CBU student ticket information. OR click here to see if registration for tickets is open »»

ALUMNI TRIVIA NIGHT: It’s time for our Semi-Annual Alumni Trivia Night with Brother Ignatius Brown! Friday, September 26, 7:00-9:30 p.m. Pre-register your team on or before September 24 for $15 per person. After September 24, registration is $20 per person — CBU students can register for $5 per person. BYOB/BYOF (food and drink). Free soft drinks and bar snacks will be available. Teams are comprised of 6 to 8 people. More info and registration »»

PHANTOM OF THE OPERA AT THE ORPHEUM: Join Student Life to view this timeless musical on September 27 with production overseen by Matthew Bourne and Cameron Mackintosh. The beloved story and thrilling score – with songs like “Music of the Night,” “All I Ask Of You,” and “Masquerade” is being hailed as “bigger and better than ever before.” Saturday Matinee Performance at 2:00 p.m. Limited availability – 20 free tickets! Click here to see if registration for tickets is open »»

THE CANNON BALL CONCERT: CBU’s first Cannon Ball is a concert event featuring country music star Ben Bradford and local rock group Fingertrick. Open to CBU students and high-school seniors. The Cannon Ball will also host several local food trucks! Saturday, September 27, 7:00-10:00 p.m. at Nolan Field and the Gazebo area. 

 

Career Road Show: Fall Break Networking Trip

roadshow
Apply now for this unique opportunity to network with alumni/professionals in Houston and New Orleans! During Fall Break, 45 students will be selected to participate in the Career Road Show, which will allow you to travel via bus with students, faculty and staff to both Houston and New Orleans. While in each city, you will be able to attend a company site visit, career panel, and networking reception.  Food, travel and hotel accommodations will all be covered for the student rate of $100.00. The bus will leave CBU on Sunday, October 19, and return to CBU on Wednesday, October 22.

We anticipate that spots on the bus will go quickly so apply today! Sign in to your CareerLinX account and reference position #3852 for full details and application procedures.