Campus Announcements -- April 25, 2013

Campus Announcements -- April 25, 2013

Chick-fil-A® Express supports volleyball tonight

Campbellsville University Volleyball will be participating in spirit night at Chick-fil-A® Express tonight as a fundraiser for a mission trip to Costa Rica that we are planning in August. It is from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.! Thank you for supporting the CU Lady Tigers. Amy Eckenfels, head volleyball coach

Finals late night study hall

St. Thomas will be open from 8 p.m.-2 a.m. for a Late Night Study Hall on April 28-May 1 for CU’s Final Exams. They offer free WiFi, free healthy snacks, and free coffee for individuals and groups along with support from several CU faculty and staff. Separate rooms for both quiet and conversation study will be available. Within walking distance, St. Thomas is just two blocks southbound from CVS on 116 S. Columbia Rd.

Nursing testing is Saturday

On Saturday, April 27, the National League for Nursing entrance exam will be given in the Bennett Smith Nursing Building. To insure that examinees are not disturbed, please refrain from entering the building between the hours of 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Jennifer Richerson at ext. 5155.

Album release party at Vineyard

From Andrew Ward, director of student activities and intramurals: “You are cordially invited to an album release party this Friday night, April 26 at the Vineyard Church. The worship team from the Campbellsville Vineyard recently completed production on a live album entitled, Promises of Wonder. It is being released nationally by Vineyard Music USA. Most of the contributors on this album have significant Campbellsville University ties. Vineyard Music has had a dynamic impact on modern Christian worship music. Some of the most noted Vineyard releases include Sweetly Broken, One Thing Remains, Breathe, Hungry, and Come Now is the Time. Eight of the thirteen songs on the album were written by former students.
It is always rewarding to see former students succeed! If you are unable to attend the release party (where the band will be playing several songs from the album), you can preview or pre order the album from the links below.
Preview or purchase the album at
Pre order the album at a discount on iTunes
The album will also be sold for a discounted rate at the release party.
The release party will be held at 7 p.m. at the Vineyard.
The church is located at 105 Pleasant Drive off HWY 55.
Former students on the album:
*Sam Crabtree-(attended '06-'09), studied Public Relations, Resident Assistant; *Hannah Daugherty-('02, Psychology), active in BCM, Performed in CU music ensemble (Reflections), Miss Campbellsville, Admissions office employee '06-'07; *Kendal Harden-(attended '03-'05), studied Biology and Chemistry; *Pete Hurtgen-(graduating '14, accounting); *Matt Nall-(attended '05-'09) studied pastoral ministries, activie in BCM, currently employed in the CU theater department; *Matt Rogers-('02, Educational Ministries) active in BCM, member of the Tiger Marching Band drumline; *AdamRussell-('00, Biblical Studies); *Patrick Shofner-('08, Public Health), student worker in the athletic training room; *Josh Tucker-(attended '01-'03), studied Psychology and Biblical Studies; *Sam Yoder-('00, English), Resident Assistant, active in FCA and BCM, student worker in the office of Communications; and *Glen Yoder-('07, English), tennis team.