FCA meeting tonight
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes meets tonight at 8:30 o'clock in classroom 110 in the back of Ransdell Chapel. FCA is returning to CU, and everyone is invited! FCA meets reguarly on Tuesday nights in the chapel.
Send your sweetheart something as beautiful as they are!
The Sociology Club is selling single roses with cards for personalized messages for $4, with an optional on-campus delivery fee for an extra dollar.
Roses will be available for purchase Feb. 13 and 14 in the Winters Dining Hall lobby from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Song Festival is Feb. 19
Campbellsville University will host her second annual Song Festival “One, Come, Sing for Joy!” located on the campus of Campbellsville University Feb. 19 at 6:30 p.m. in Ransdell Chapel at 401 N. Hoskins Ave., Campbellsville. The event is free and open to the public for all ages and denominations. The theme for this year’s festival is “One” according to Dr. Tony Cunha, dean of the School of Music. The Robertson Worship Endowment is the sponsor of the event.
Books For Belize is Thursday, Feb. 13
The School of Education’s chapter of Kappa Delta Pi---Alpha Epsilon Omicron— will be collecting paperback children's books and monetary donations on Thursday, Feb. 13 at the Campbellsville University vs. University of RIo Grande basketball games. Those who donate will receive a ticket for a drawing for a CU T-Shirt. All donations will benefit CU's "Books for Belize" campaign. A team of 19 students and education faculty will be going to Belize during spring break.
Tickets on sale for 'Antigone'
Tickets are now on sale for the latest Campbellsville University play, "Antigone." Dates are Feb. 20-23. Ticket info is below.
The Campbellsville University Theater Department is proud to present, "Antigone"!
Russ Mobley Theater
Thurs. Feb. 20th, 7pm
Fri. Feb. 21st, 7pm
Sat. Feb. 22nd, 7pm
Sun. Feb. 23rd, 2:30pm
Ticket information/reservations available at:
general admission: $10
seniors (65-over): $7
children (12-under): $5
CU employees: $2
CU students: Free (Chapel credit available as well)
*Out of town special!
If you're coming from out of town, call 270-789-5266 to find out how purchasing Antigone tickets can get you a 10% at the Campbellsville Holiday Inn Express and at Brothers BBQ on Main Street.
We are excited to bring you this adapted version of Sophocle's greek tragedy, Antigone. Don't be misled. This ancient story addresses many universal themes: religion, family, love, betrayal, & war. It's Antigone vs Creon. Old world vs new world. Tradition vs progress. Law vs liberty. We hope you'll join us for this classic and thought provoking tale.
Antigone- Megan Kist (Elizabethtown)
Creon- Ian Shepard (Somerset)
Chorus- Michaela Parker (Hopkinsville)
Haemon- Tyler Abney (Somerset)
Eurydice- Jordan McMurray (Greenwood, IN)
Ismene- Shelby Knuckles (Elkton)
Nurse- Alia McClendon (Radcliff)
Page- Nathan Cahall (Oneida)
Messenger- Michael Jennings (Edmonton)
Guard 1- Raleigh Abbott (Powder Springs, GA)
Guard 2- Tyler Litton (Hodgenville)
Guard 3- Zach Wilson (Campbellsville)
Artistic Director-Starr Garrett (Campbellsville)
Technical Director-Nathan Allen (Lexington)
Marketing-Andrew Ward/Town Hall Productions (Campbellsville)
Stage Manager- Jennifer Coffey (Louisville)
Assistant Stage Manager- Amy Lair (Monticello)
Box office- Sarah Farrell (Hamersville, OH)
Lights- Steven Yospur (Friendswood, TX)
Sound- Becca Noel (Bardstown)
Costumes- Jacqueline Beaty (Albany)
Props- Jordan McMurray (Greenwood, IN)
Crew- Jalen Walton, (Compton, CA)
Jordan McMurray, (Greenwood, IN)
Jacqueline Beaty, (Albany)
Becca Noel, (Bardstown)
Sarah Farrell (Hamersville, OH)
Tue, February 11, 2014
by Joan McKinney