Centre College • March 11-17, 2003 • www.centre.edu/web/notesworthy
NEED HELP GETTING STARTED Convocations
WITH A WEB PAGE? The
March 11-12, 8 p.m., Newlin Hall, The Music
Communications Office can offer
help to those of you who want to Man.
create Web pages that are linked There's trouble in River City; and it's coming to the
to Centre’s Web site and represent Norton Center as Harold Hill, everybody's favorite
official parts of the College. We con artist-turned-conductor, rolls into town. A
can provide templates with a navi- Broadway classic here at Centre.
gation bar and design elements
that are visually consistent with March 13, at 7:30 p.m., Weisiger Theatre. Press
the homepage and other sections Distinguished Lecture/Book Signing.
of the College site. We can also
Arianna Huffington, noted columnist, author, and political
provide “how-to” information and
assist in getting your page linked commentator. Huffington will talk about her new book
and in your being able to access Pigs at the Trough: How Corporate Greed and Political
and update your information as Corruption are Undermining America. Named one of
needed. We can also provide tem- Washington's most influential commentators by both
plates and basic instruction for Newsweek and People, Huffington writes a syndicated col-
those desiring to create personal umn that appears in many newspapers including the Los
pages that are linked to the Centre Angeles Times, Chicago Sun-Times, Boston Herald, and
site. For more information call Tom Dallas Morning News. Voted the “Funniest Celebrity in Washington,”
at 5715 or visit: http://www.
Huffington exposes the corruption of our political system and the bankrupt-
guidelines.htm. cy of political leadership in a fearless and entertaining way. Her book is
available in the Centre Shoppes bookstore.
March 15, 8 p.m., Newlin Hall. Aeros.
Five renowned choreographers join with gold medal-
Notices ists from the Romanian Gymnastics Federation to
SUMMER JOBS AT CENTRE: create a unique, gravity-defying fusion of arts and
Applications for summer employ- athleticism. This will be one of the most remarkable
ment on campus may be obtained Norton Center performances in decades.
from the Human Resources
Department in Boles Hall, M– F, March 18, 8 p.m., Newlin Hall. James Galway: Flute.
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. The office is Known for his unique sound, superb musicianship, and dazzling virtuosity,
closed for lunch from 12 to 1 p.m. James Galway is a matchless interpreter of both classical and popular
There are a limited number of posi- music. He is the consummate entertainer whose charismatic appeal cross-
tions available. Please submit your
es all musical boundaries.
application before March 14.
—Kay L. Drake
NOTICE OF CANCELLATION: The convocation of April 22, Experiencing
STUDENT WORKERS NEEDED Christ: CCF Biographies, has been cancelled.
FOR SPRING BREAK: The Grace —Tom McKune and Kathy Nelson
Doherty Library will need 4 stu-
dents to work (M-F, 35 hrs.) over
Calendar Online campus calendar tips:
For a complete listing of events scheduled please The online calendar is searchable by month, day or week; click the
visit the online campus calendar at the following link: week, day or month to see what is happening. You can also search
http://www.centre.edu/usr/calendar/calendar for convo listings by typing convo in the search box.
Spring Break. The work will include Ganfield 244, phone: 6765. Carin room draw in the Warehouse at
heavy lifting while we shift some Brumback to Cooper 252, phone: 6:30 p.m.
books for the renovation project. 6722. Kana Hayasi to Cooper 352, April 28: Special draw in the
If you are interested, please come phone: 6728. Matt Durham to Warehouse at 6 p.m.
by the Library and talk to Bob Caldwell 104, phone: 6411. Ella April 29: Number draw in the
Glass or Diane Pasick. Slone to Acheson 303, phone: Warehouse from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
—Cynthia Woolcott 6361. Meeting for those who need a
—Anita Bertram roommate at 4 p.m. in the SLO.
STUDENT TECHNOLOGY ASSIS- May 5: Room selection in the
TANT: Like computers? Like SPRING BREAK RESIDENCE Warehouse from 6 to 10 p.m.
Money? Want to be an STA for HALL REMINDER: Residence
2003-2004? For more information Halls and houses close at 6 p.m. Students in the abroad programs
and an application, go here: March 21 and remain closed until for next year will be receiving sep-
http://helpdesk.centre.edu/sta/ noon, March 30 during spring arate information.
Deadline is April 1. break. There will be no food serv- —Ann Young
—Seth Thompson ice during this week. Please make
your travel arrangements accord- C.A.R.E. Applications for C.A.R.E.
INTERESTED IN FESTIVAL ingly. officer positions will be available in
PAGEANTS? Centre would like to —Ann Young the Student Life Office beginning
send one of its many female stu- March 13. If you are interested in
dents who has shown excellent ROOM SELECTION: Information serving as the chair for any type of
leadership, poise and character to regarding room selection for next service activity, please pick an
participate in the Kentucky year will be coming out soon. application up and see what is
Mountain Laurel Festival Pageant, Important dates: available. Feel free to contact
May 22-25. If you are interested, April 1: Off-campus applications Hannah Hoy with any questions.
pick up an application or call us for available in the Student Life Office —Heather Hayden
more information. Applications are (SLO).
due March 12. April 14-18: Sign-up for single, VANTAGE POINT: Accepting stu-
—Student Life Office special, apartments, and Hillsides dent submissions. Send poetry
in the SLO. and prose pieces as attachments
MUG BOOK UPDATE: Alex April 14: Off-campus applications to email@example.com by
Marsden to Nevin 219, phone: and special medical requests are March 20.
5805. Buddy Aubrey to Caldwell due in writing to the SLO. —Heather Hayden
314, phone: 6425. Bradlee Warren April 21: Greek House rosters
to Caldwell 314, phone: 6425. due.
Amanda Reinhardt to Breck 317, April 24: Off-campus meeting in
phone: 5650. Ryan Fowler to the Warehouse at 4:30 p.m. Single
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AVAILABLE: Adrianna Huffington’s
will be taken into consideration as there were some very good sugges-
bestselling and provocative book is
tions. I encourage you to send your comments and suggestions to me at
available at the Centre Shoppes
anytime (firstname.lastname@example.org), as I am always looking for ways to
Bookstore. Pigs At The Trough is a
improve Notesworthy. Thanks! Pizza coupons will be distributed in campus
compelling and scathing commen-
mail later this week for the free pizza drawing winners.
tary on corporate America. Ms.
—Mary Kay Jones Huffington, one of Washington's
compli a most well-known and controversial
Pizza Winners me
Little C nts of commentators will deliver a lecture
aesars at Centre College March 13, in
Lindsey Pritchard Heather Hayden and
Jessica Graff Tony Stefater Papa J Weisiger Theatre at 7:30 p.m. A
ohns booksigning will follow the lecture.
Dominic Barbato Sarah Smith
Ellen Wisner Lisa Cloud When purchased, the book will
Ben Campbell Vail Brennan have the Bookstore’s 30% best-
Amy Dedman Heidi Lampela seller discount. They can be pur-
Abby Winterberg Teather Sanders chased at both the Bookstore or
Travis Green Bryan Hess after the lecture. Hurry, quantities
Stacy Anne Hoehle Adam Johnson are limited.
Cara Roberts Laura Zanewicz —Georgie Heizer
GREETING CARDS: The campus UK COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY: of Crounse Academic Center and
bookstore has a special section of UK's College of Dentistry will be Sutcliffe Hall. This combined proj-
greeting cards that are only 59¢ hosting a DAT Workshop March ect, which will be simultaneously
each. Now is a great time to stock 15, beginning at noon. This work- undertaken, has been named The
up on cards to send to that special shop will immediately follow a College Centre in recognition of
someone...and maybe mom and Saturday morning clinic for chil- the central role these facilities play
dad, too. dren, sponsored by the American in the lives of Centre students. A
—Brenda Myers Student Dental Association. You three-dimensional scale model of
are invited to participate in the free The College Centre is displayed in
SENIORS: If you have not been clinic starting at 9 a.m. and in the the Doherty Library. Information
measured for your cap and gown, DAT Workshop. There is a $20 reg- sheets describing the construction
please stop by the bookstore this istration fee to participate in the project are available next to the
week. workshop; this fee includes lunch. model. The Groundbreaking
—Brenda Daniels The workshop will last from 12 Ceremony for The College Centre
p.m. to 3 p.m. in MN363 of the will be April 11.
Chandler Medical Center. Reg- —Jason Scott Embry
istrations are due March 12.
Lost and Found Contact Dr. Muzyka if you want a WEEKLY MEETINGS: Visit the
• Lost pig nose March 7 at copy of the workshop registration Centre Online Calendar for weekly
Sutcliffe ballroom. If found, call form or more details. meetings and events:
Whitney at 8767. —Jennifer Muzyka http://web.centre.edu/calendar/
• A gold elephant pin was found THE TEMPEST: The traveling act-
on the sidewalk in front of the ing company, Shenandoah
Greek Houses. Identify and Shakespeare Express, will perform
claim in the Student Life Office. The Tempest March 17 at 8 p.m.
in Weisiger Theatre. The company
• CVS Blue 35mm camera was describes Shakespeare's final play
lost between Old Quad and the as "a moving fairy tale, an extend-
Warehouse. If found, please call ed magic show, and a farewell to ENHANCE YOUR PUBLIC
6950. the stage that still defines our SPEAKING SKILLS: Check out the
humanity." Shenandoah will also weekly on-campus meeting of and
• A silver box chain with a square offer two workshops for get a free lunch. Toastmasters is
shaped silver pendant, believed DramaCentre stu- an international organization that
to have been lost in the workout dents in Weisiger has helped literally millions of peo-
room. If found, please call Katie Theatre. The first, on ple become more comfortable and
at 5985. Shakespeare, will be effective in public speaking. The
on March 18 at 11:20 meeting is every Wednesday, noon
a.m., and the second, to 1 p.m. in the Warehouse (3rd
on stage combat, will be on March floor). Meetings are informal, fun,
18 at 4:10 p.m. Anyone is wel- and there is no pressure in any
Meetings and come to attend the workshops as way to take part. Just come and
Gatherings an observer.
enjoy lunch. Call Mike at 5718 with
CENTREPEACE: —Mike Norris
You've undoubtedly OPEN FACULTY MEETING: An
heard the political accreditation team examining
arguments and seen Centre’s Education Program will be Volunteer News
the protests, but other
important issues concerning the
on campus March 16-19. As part
of the accreditation process, an
potential war against Iraq have open meeting must be held where RAPE CRISIS FUNDRAISER: The
been largely ignored. CentrePeace any member of the faculty can Rape Crisis Center is planning the
will host a forum highlighting these make comments about the annual Derby Tea fundraiser for the
issues March 12, 6:30 p.m. in Education Program to team mem- YWCA Spouse Abuse Center, and
Young 101. Panel members: Dr. bers. The opening meeting will be volunteers are needed to help
Alysia Fischer will be speaking held during the common hour, with kitchen management and
about postwar repercussions for beginning at 11:20, March 18 in food service. The Derby Tea is
Iraqi citizens, Dr. Brian Cooney will Young 104. scheduled for May 8 from 6 to
be addressing strategic and moral —Bradley Nystrom 8:30 (Volunteers are asked to
issues in the Iraq Crisis, and Dr. arrive by 5:30) at Southside
Robert Brownlee will be focusing COLLEGE CENTRE GROUND- Christian Church on Hwy 127 just
on the economic impact of war. BREAKING CEREMONY: Exciting south of Harrodsburg. If you would
Everyone is invited. plans have been made for the $22 like to volunteer, please call Cari
—Brittany Perrin million renovation and expansion Calico at 236-4445.
CAMP: Camp counselors are eRECRUITING ORIENTATION: of Science and Children, the ele-
needed this summer at Camp Learn how to use Career Service’s mentary level journal of the
Easter Seals Virginia. The camp is web-based system to find summer National Science Teachers
aimed at children and adults with jobs, internships, and full-time Association. The article was
disabilities such as cerebral palsy, employment during a brief orienta- based on a lesson Skila taught
spina bifida, autism, learning dis- tion session March 13 at 11:30. during her K-1 student teaching
abilities, Down Syndrome, muscu- Call 5283 to register. experience at Woodlawn
lar dystrophy, and all levels of Elementary. The article was also
developmental disabilities. To FIFTH THIRD BANK: A recruiter selected to be the feature article
request more information, call from Fifth Third will be in Career available on the NSTA Web site
(804) 633-9855 or (504) 864-5750 Services on March 14 to interview at: http://www.nsta.org/main/
or e-mail: email@example.com- students for post-graduation jobs. news/stories/science_and_
seals.org or firstname.lastname@example.org- Accepted students should have children.php?news_story_ID=47
seals.org. already scheduled their interview 966.
times through eRecruiting.
4-H CAMP: Camp Feltner, a 4-H
Camp in London, Ky. needs volun- INTERNSHIP OF THE WEEK: The coming soon...
teers to serve as camp counselors Louisville and Washington, D.C.
July 7-11. Counselors will super- offices of Congresswoman Anne
vise 15-20 youth, ages 9-13. M. Northup, Republican represen-
Counselors are also asked to tative of Kentucky’s Third District
attend a one day in-service prior to (Louisville), are seeking interns for
camp. Although the position is this coming summer and fall.
unpaid, each volunteer is given a Internships provide students with
full camp scholarship to award to a an excellent opportunity to learn
child of his or her choice. Please the inner workings of a congres-
see Trina in the Student Life Office sional office. Interns may partici- March 22-30
to pick up a job description, or con- pate in legislative, administrative,
tact Judy Burkhead at and press-related duties, including We want to know what you
email@example.com or 236-4484. working closely with the legislative do on spring break.
—Trina McFarland staff, researching policy and legis-
Send us some photos and let us
lation, and assisting with con-
know what you do on spring break
stituent correspondence. To apply,
this year. We may use them for
pick up an application in Career
Career Services Services. Summer applications are
photo-of-the-week or as a spring
break feature on the Web site.
SALES JOBS WITH MERCK due by March 28. Contact Annie
Send photos and descriptions to
PHARMECEUTICALS: The dead- Reed (‘02) at 202-225-5401 with
Robin Deaton. Digital images
line to apply for an on-campus questions.
accepted and can be sent via
interview with Merck —Joy Asher
e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pharmaceuticals is March 21. You
must apply through eRecruiting.
Interview day is April 8. Call Career
Services (5284) if you have ques-
SPOTLIGHT ON EMPLOYMENT -
RESCHEDULED: The job fair has Centre Sports
been rescheduled for March 31
Visit the Centre Web site for the
from 2 to 6 p.m. We hope that this
latest sports news and scores:
later time will enable more stu-
dents to attend. This is a great
chance to meet employers, give
them your resume, and make con-
tacts for potential jobs. If you have
already registered, there is nothing Faculty and Staff
more you need to do. If you would
like to register, however, you must News
come by Career Services for a • The Tree of Life, an article by
brief resume critique. We will pro- Donna M. Plummer, assistant
vide you with information packets professor of education, Jeannie
and a web site where you can go MacShara, primary literacy coach
to research companies and their at Woodlawn Elementary and
job openings. Call 5283 to regis- Skila King Brown '99 was pub-
ter or for more information. lished in the March 2003 issue