Campus Announcements -- Jan. 17, 2013

Campus Announcements -- Jan. 17, 2013

Holiday Monday

Campbellsville University offices will be closed and day classes will be canceled Monday, Jan. 21 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. However, night classes will be held. *******************
Change in Winters brunch hours

Starting Saturday, Jan. 26, brunch on Saturdays at the Winters Dining Hall will only be served from 12:30 p.m. until 1:30 p.m. as a response to students’ wishes.
Congratulations to Dr. Michelle Tucker

Congratulations to Dr. Michelle Tucker and her husband, Frank, on the arrival of their first grandchild, Noah Ray Tucker, born Wednesday, Jan. 16. He weighed 8 pounds and 9 ounces. Tucker is associate professor of social work at CU.
CU observing MLK

Campbellsville University will observe the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Service with an address by Dr. C.B. Akins Sr., pastor of First Baptist Bracktown in Lexington on Wednesday, Jan. 23 at 7 p.m. in Ransdell Chapel. Everyone is welcome; chapel credit is available for students.

Two CU grads on ‘Snapped’

Two Campbellsville University graduates, Angie Marcum Call (’99), a local attorney, and Calen McKinney (’05), a local journalist, will be featured on the Oxygen network’s show “Snapped” Sunday at 9 p.m. “Snapped” is a true-crime series profiling female murderers and recalling the events that led them to kill. The show details the murder trial of Tonya Ford of Campbellsville. The two were interviewed about their knowledge of the case. McKinney is an adjunct instructor at CU who wrote stories about the trial for the Central Kentucky News-Journal, and Call was a prosecutor in the case. Oxygen is on 123 on Comcast and 127 on Dish.