Le Bonheur Benefit Concert
Death Warmed Over — composed of (above left, l-r) Steve Ritter (Aramark Dining Services), Dr. Stan Eisen (Biology), Matt Vincent (Psychology '12), Kathleen Nelson (Biology '11), Rex Browning, and Larry Anderson (Chemistry '12) — performed a Halloween benefit concert on October 30 in Alfonso Dining Hall, raising $200 for LeBonheur Children's Hospital. The winner of the Faculty/Staff costume contest was Ray "Chik-fil-A" Karasek (Administration & Finance), above right.


KUDOS

• Lady Buc goalkeeper Christina Barone ('10) has won her second straight Gulf South Conference Defender of the Week award, for the period ending November 5. Barone turned in eight saves in the Lady Bucs' win over West Georgia to clinch the No. 4 tournament seed, and she made eight saves in a 2-1 loss to Alabama-Huntsville earlier in the week.
• Lady Buc soccer defender Roma Rozanska ('12) has been named to the All-Gulf South Conference First Team by GSC women's soccer coaches. Rozanska started 15 of 16 games and was a stalwart on a Lady Buc defense that logged six shutouts and posted a 1.34 goals against average.
• Gulf South Conference men's soccer coaches voted four Buccaneer players to the All-GSC First Team: defender Robert Mingo ('10), midfielder Clark Bradford ('10), senior midfielder Gordon Blum ('10), and forward Zach Tubinis ('10). Tubinis led the Bucs with eight goals and 18 points in 17 games this season, while Bradford logged a team-high six assists to go with five goals. Mingo was a stalwart on the Bucs' defense and scored two goals as he started all 18 games, and Blum picked up two assists as he was a steady force in the midfield.

WELCOME, BABY BUC

Maya Denise BrownMaya Denise Brown, daughter of Bridget Denise Brown and Mario Brown (Student Life), was born on October 23, weighing in at 7 lbs. 9 oz. and measuring 19.75 inches. Mario says "We have been most appreciative of all the congratulatory remarks. The Lasallian community, as a whole, has been a great blessing in our lives." He says that Maya's favorite activities are modeling (at least it seems like it by the picture), sleeping, and eating. "She’s not a real big fan of crying," he says with relief.

THIS WEEK AT CBU

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MARKETING YOURSELF: Jenny Cowell (Management/Marketing/Economics) will be giving a presentation on "Marketing Yourself—Internships, Careers, and You" on Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. in the Montesi Executive Center (Buckman 211).This presentation is sponsored by Delta Sigma Pi, the national business fraternity.
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THE ENTREPRENEUR EQUATION: Delta Sigma Pi is hosting its last professional event for the semester and invites all students, faculty, and staff to attend. If you plan to own your business one day or are trying to get one started now, then you should attend "The Entrepreneur Equation" on Wednesday in the Montesi Executive Center (Buckman 211) at 5:00 p.m. Jerry Lee from Pro-Touch Services, Inc. and John Vergos from the Rendezvous are the speakers for the evening. Refreshments and snacks will be provided.
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LOOKING FOR FUN AND GAMES? Join the Psychology Club and Psi Chi for Game Night! On Wednesday, 8:00-10:00 p.m., they will break out the board games (and maybe even some good ol' Charades and Twister) in Kenrick 211. Food and drinks will be served. Please RSVP to bsims2@cbu.edu or mobrien@cbu.edu by Wednesday at 4:00 p.m.if you want pizza!
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Katherine Buckman GibsonPOWER TALKS FOR WOMEN: Katherine Buckman Gibson, chairman of the board of Buckman, will be the next CBU "Power Talks for Women" featured speaker on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in Spain Auditorium. Her address is entitled "Packing Parachutes: Servant Leadership in Companies on the Good to Great Journey." Prior to joining Buckman, she worked as an analyst for Citicorp and at Smith, Gambrell & Russell as an associate in mergers & acquisitions. In 1993, Buckman Gibson joined Buckman Laboratories International, Inc. as Vice-President, Legal and Corporate Secretary. In 2000, she was named Chairman of the Board of the Buckman parent company. The "Power Talks for Women" series is presented by CBU's Graduate & Professional Studies program and sponsored by Fidelity Investments. This event is free and open to public but seating is limited, so advance registration is required. For reservations and more information, please contact the CBU Graduate & Professional Studies office at 321-3291.
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FALL JOB FAIR: CBU's Fall Job Fair is scheduled for Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the Sabbatini Lounge of the Thomas Center. Among the companies and employers attending are AutoZone, U.S. Secret Service, Strategic Financial Partners, Becker Professional Education, Fastenal Company, Regions Bank, Education Realty Trust, Memphis Teacher Residency, Bott Radio Network, and Shelby County Schools. Click here for a full listing of participants and for "Job Fair 101" tips for students.
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FALL EXHIBITION AT FAIRVIEW: The Fall 2009 Exhibition of Student Work event is being held on Thursday. These exhibitions of student work will allow students to excel in areas that may not be captured in the traditional school format and will allow students to demonstrate what they know and can do. The projects may be analytical (original books, essays, displays), practical (models, brochures, 3-D constructions), or creative (dances, recitations, paintings). CBU faculty and staff will once again be jurors at Fairview Middle School as well as the Early College High School, located in the second floor of the Fairview building. Please click here to register electronically. Be sure to note Fairview or Early College High School as your site. PLEASE SIGN UP — if only for thirty minutes — to serve as a juror on Thursday.

FACULTY/STAFF UNITED WAY CAMPAIGN

Reminder that the CBU United Way Campaign ends this Friday, November 13. Please send your pledge forms to Human Resources right away so that we can continue our giving tradition at CBU. Thank you for your kind gifts. No gift is too small.