Pastor Keith Norman receives the Dozier Award for Peace & Justice from Dr. John SmarrelliNORMAN HONORED WITH DOZIER AWARD: The Bishop Carroll T. Dozier Award for Peace and Justice was presented to Pastor Keith Norman (pictured above with CBU President Dr. John Smarrelli) on October 2 at a ceremony in the University Theater. As pastor of First Baptist Church, located in the Binghampton community, Norman is the shepherd of a ministry that is dedicated to serve a community in transition, which is targeted for revitalization in housing, education, and crime prevention. Norman was honored for his faithful community activism and dedication to serving those most in need. The Dozier Award for Peace and Justice is named for the late Bishop Carroll T. Dozier, the first Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Memphis and a leader in race relations, peace and justice.

EVENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

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FLU SHOTS: Flu shots are available in Health Services for a fee of $15. Shots will be given from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Monday-Friday in the Health Services office in the Thomas Center. Quantities are limited!
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SENIOR MEETINGS: Do you plan to graduate in December 2012, May 2013 or August 2013? Then you need to attend one of these important meetings! Critical information about graduation (cap and gown, invitations, etc.) will be provided by the Registrar's Office. The Career Center will be there as well to speak briefly about your senior year job search.
Tuesday (October 9) at 12:30 or 5:15 p.m. in Spain Auditorium
Wednesday (October 10) at 12:00 or 5:15 p.m. in Spain Auditorium
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Flamenco dancerSPRING BREAK IN BARCELONA: Two information meetings for the study abroad trip to Barcelona over Spring Break will be held on Wednesday (October 10) at 12:30 and 1:00 p.m. in Buckman 357. Courses offered will be in Economics, taught by Pat Papachristou, and Global Studies, taught by Mary Burns. Additional courses may be added later. Sights will include the art and architecture of Picasso, Dali, Gaudi, and Miro along with the grand boulevards, the historic Bari Gothic alleys, the Mediterranean seaside promenade, and the teeming market place. A day trip to the historic village of Figueres, Spain, and the ancient walled city of Carcassonne, France is also included. More info at the Study Abroad website.
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PRAYER SERVICE FOR VATICAN II: On October 11, 1962, the Roman Catholic Church "Opened the Windows" as articulated by then-Pope John XXIII, initiated a need for a second Vatican Council. While he didn't see to live it into reality, Pope Paul VI carried the mandate out. This month we commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Vatican Council and will observe it with a commemorative prayer service on Wednesday (October 10) in Sabbatini Lounge at 12:00 noon. Dr. David Dault (Religion & Philosophy) will lead the prayer service. All are welcome! Later in the academic year, a Round Table Discussion will be conducted with a keynote speaker noted for study and research on the outcomes of Vatican II. These events are sponsored by the Religion & Philosophy Department, the Office of Mission & Identity, Campus Ministry and the Special Assistant to the President.
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SUMMER IN ENGLAND: An information meeting for the study abroad trip to England next summer will be held on Thursday (October 11) at 12:45 p.m. in Kenrick 200.This unique three-week program at Edgehill University in Ormskirk allows you to experience life abroad in an authentic 18th century market town near the bustling metropolis of Liverpool with its rich culture of arts, theater, music, and shopping. Then, mid-way through the trip, see the exciting international city of London for three nights! Trip dates are June 8-29, 2013. Two classes are being offered: Social History of British Rock and Introduction to Travel Writing. More info at the Study Abroad website.
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SAE GOLF TOURNAMENT: The fifth annual Sigma Alpha Epsilon Golf Tournament will be held on Saturday (October 13) at The Club at North Creek. The format will be a four-man scramble with a shotgun start at 1:00 p.m. The cost of the tournament is $75 per person, or $300 per team. Proceeds will go to benefit Children's Miracle Network. Please feel free to fill your team with coworkers, family, and friends. Registration will close October 7 for catering purposes — to register online, click here. For more information, contact Kyle Talley at ktalley@cbu.edu.
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CBU BOOKSTORE NEWS & SPECIALS:
10% off PINK clothing!
Bookstore Halloween Treat or Treat! Sign up for a give away now through October 31st!
Extended Hours for the October Term: October 22-25, 8:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.; October 29-30, 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
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ART EXHIBITION: The Beverly and Sam Ross Gallery is exhibiting the sculpture of Ellen McGowan in an exhibit entitled "Nearing Ninety." The exhibit will be on display through November 1. More info >>>
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CBU PHONATHON JOBS: Like to talk on the phone? Now get MONEY for it! Call alumni and friends of Christian Brothers University. Prizes! Fun! Great Pay! Interviewing begins October 15 only at www.phonathon.com (Entry code: CBU12F). Phonathon training is November 3, and calling runs November 3-15. Contact Miranda@wilson-bennett.com with any questions.

OFF-CAMPUS EVENTS

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CATHOLIC, SOCIETY AND POLITICS: A five-part series on "Catholic, Society, and Politics" be held on Mondays during October (October 8, 15, 22, and 29) at Catholic Church of the Incarnation, 6:45-8:45 p.m. The series will provide accurate information and perspective on how Catholics engage American society and culture, including modern politics. It is timely as Catholics prepare to enter voting booths in November and make their voices heard on a number of policies. The series will present the teaching of the Catholic Church, nothing more and nothing less, on many important issues—without partisanship. For more information, or to register, contact (901) 850-2682 or Derek.rotty@incarnation.cdom.org.
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ST. ANN SPECIAL ATHLETES FUN DAY: The 21st annual St. Ann Special Athletes Fun Day will be on Saturday (October 13) at Christian Brothers High School. Approximately 125 special athletes will participate in a day filled with smiles, cheers and hugs. Ranging in age from six years old to adults, these special people will compete in a number of track and field events, including the 25-meter dash, softball throw, soccer kick, Frisbee throw, and bean toss, as well as events for wheelchair participants. Registration and check-in will begin at 8:00 a.m. and opening ceremonies will begin at 9:00 a.m. Volunteers from St. Ann Church and School, Christian Brothers High School, Christian Brothers University, and the Knights of Columbus Council 7170, among other organizations, will be on hand to help. Those individuals or groups who would like to volunteer to help should call Eddie Robinson at (901) 371-9091. For more information, contact Dianne Dolan at dianne.dolan@cc.cdom.org.
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VOLUNTEER FOR THE COLOR RUN! The Color Run™ is coming to Memphis on Saturday (October 13), and DeNeuville Learning Center, the run's charity, needs your help! DeNeuville must sign up 150 volunteers for the run, and volunteers must arrive at the Liberty Bowl by 6:00 a.m. The Color Run™ is a one of a kind experience that is less about speed and more about enjoying a color crazy day with your friends and family. The non-timed 5K starts and ends at Liberty Bowl Stadium and volunteers will throw the Color (colored corn starch that is 100% natural and safe), work water stations, help with registration, and do other exciting things. If YOU are fun and would like to volunteer for this first-ever Memphis event, go to www.deneuvillecenter.org/color-run for more information and to volunteer. If you wish instead to run, walk, or cartwheel in the Color Run™ itself, go to www.thecolorrun.com/memphis to sign up. Every registration helps DeNeuville Learning Center. Be sure to tell your friends about this neat opportunity!! Contact Dr. Ellen Faith at esfaith@cbu.edu if you need further information.

KUDOS

Alumin Weekend Honorees
CBU honored three alumni at the 2012 Alumni Dinner & Celebration on October 6, culminating the Alumni Weekend festivities. Pictured above (l-r): Mark Baricos (Accounting '02) was honored as the 2012 Distinguished Young Alumnus; Mitch Graves (Finance & Economics '83) was recognized as the 2012 Distinguished Alumnus; and Dick Gadomski (Engineering Chemistry '62, pictured with Dr. John Smarrelli) was honored as the recipient of the prestigious Brother Lawrence Egbert Distinguished Service Award. Baricos is the youngest partner in the firm of CBIZ/Thompson Dunavant. Graves, a CBU Trustee, is president and CEO of Methodist Healthcare's Affiliated Services Division. Gadomksi, also a CBU Trustee and past Chairman, founded the PSI Group of Companies (which he sold to the German engineering conglomerate, Lurgi). His generosity can be seen in buildings on campus and the multiple scholarships that bear testimony to his lifelong dedication to CBU.
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• Lady Buc libero Corinne Doder (Business Administration '13) earned the Gulf South Conference Defensive Volleyball Player of the Week award for the period ending October 2. Doder led the Lady Bucs to a 2-1 week, averaging six digs per set. She also etched her name into the CBU record books, tying the single-match school record with 38 digs in a five-set loss to Shorter. Doder also moved into first place in school history in career digs in the match against Shorter. She capped the week with a 23-dig effort as the Lady Bucs defeated West Georgia in five sets.
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Dr. (Louie) L. Yu Lin (Civil & Environmental Engineering) was one of the coauthors of “EnviroFish, Version1.0: User’s Manual (ERDCEL-TR-12-19)” in August 2012. The project was funded to Christian Brothers University in 2009 by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers: Engineering Research and Development Center on JAVA Programming.  The software was used to compute the floodplain habitat suitable for fish reproduction under various hydrologic ad hydraulic conditions. Over the funding period, three engineering students — James Brown ('10), Gurret  Brook ('12), and Martin Tribo ('13) — participated in the project.
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Phi Alpha Theta Initiates
The CBU chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, the national history honor society, initiated four new members on October 2. Pictured above are new initiates (l-r) Marie Joiner (History '14) and Julia Kueter (History '14); not pictured are Eddie Gallarno (History '13) and Alicia Russell (English '13).
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Dr. Ric Potts (Education) has coauthored a book, Impressions From the Middle: Content Literacy Strategies for Improving Student Achievement (2012), published by Research for Better Schools, Philadelphia.
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Cathy D. Ross (Accounting '78), CFO of FedEx Express, was listed as one of the "100 Most Powerful Executives in Corporate America" in the September issue of Black Enterprise magazine.
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Bob Wilson, friend of CBU and son-in-law of Dr. Marguerite Cooper (Chemistry Emerita), is being inducted into the San Diego Air and Space Museum Hall of Fame on November 17. Wilson is the founder and president of Wilson Air Center, an award winning fixed base operation company with four locations in the United States. He served in the Tennessee Air National Guard for thirty years, retiring as Operations Group Commander. Bob has received several awards for his career in aviation and was inducted into the Tennessee Aviation Hall of Fame in 2006. Among the other inductees to the San Diego Hall of Fame are James McDivitt, Russell "Rusty" Schweickart and David Scott (the crew of Apollo 9, one of the most important missions in the entire NASA space program).
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Hospitality and Tourism Management students at the Peabody Hotel
Pictured above (l-r) are Hospitality and Tourism Management students Patrick Ghant (Management '14), Gina Bui (International Business '13) and Jahleel Nelson (Business '15), who were escorted on a site visit on September 25 by Dr. James Allen (Sport Management) where they met with the top managers of the Peabody Hotel and were able to gain valuable insight into the hospitality and tourism management industry. Patrick and Gina left for Austria the following day to spend three months (October-December) studying at CBU's Austrian partner university in Bad Gleichenberg which is located in the Spa Region of eastern Styria. Bad Gleichenberg has a long tradition as a spa resort and training centre for the tourism and hotel industry. Gina will be blogging about her experience in the program abroad at gbui.blogspot.com.

BELL TOWER GALA

In celebration of its rich history, Christian Brothers University is proud to present its inaugural Bell Tower Gala on November 17 at 6:00 p.m. at the Memphis Hilton Hotel. This exclusive event will honor CBU's
past presidents while giving alumni and supporters an opportunity to celebrate over 140 years of Lasallian tradition. Guests will enjoy fine dining, cocktails, and the opportunity to mingle with CBU luminaries past and present.

Six past presidents will be spotlighted:

Past Presidents Honored at Bell Tower Gala
This unforgettable evening will be a festive charitable event, a tribute to the history of Lasallian education in Memphis, and a great way to reconnect with old friends. And since all proceeds support CBU's academic programs and scholarships, it's a great way to invest in the future of our students and our community. To purchase your ticket and reserve your spot today, please use the online reservation form. Faculty, staff and alumni will receive a $50 discount on tickets if they reserve them by October 15!

CBU SUNDAY MOVIE SERIES

The Office of Student Life is sponsoring a monthly Sunday Series of Movies. All movies are shown in Spain Auditorium at 7:00 p.m. Below is the schedule for the rest of the semester:

November 4, 2012
Men in Black 3: Agent J travels in time to MIB's early years in the 1960s, to stop an alien from assassinating his friend Agent K and changing history. (PG-13)

December 2, 2012
Brave: Determined to make her own path in life, Princess Merida defies a custom that brings chaos to her kingdom. Granted one wish, Merida must rely on her bravery and her archery skills to undo a beastly curse. (PG)

UPCOMING EVENTS

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TEE UP WITH TAPPI & CBU DRIVING RANGE FUNDRAISER: TAPPI and the CBU Packaging Department will host a driving range fundraising event at the new Vantage Point Golf Center in Cordova, TN on October 22, 5:30–9:30 p.m. The event will raise money for scholarships for CBU packaging students. Many prizes including "Get a Hole-In-One and WIN A TOYOTA 4RUNNER from Wolfchase Toyota"! For more information: www.tappi.org/CBUFundraiser.
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PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE: Don't miss CBU's Presidential Debate on Tuesday, October 23, at 7:00 p.m. in the University Theater. Moderated by Benjamin Head (Plough Library), the debate will feature Dr. Robert Brittingham (Management/Economics) and Justin Joy (Chairman of the Republican Party of Shelby County), representing the Republicans, and Pastor Keith Norman (Senior Pastor of First Baptist Church) and Dr. Max Maloney (Religion & Philosophy), representing the Democrats. Sponsored by the Black Student Association and the Student Government Association.
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FALL JOB FAIR: CBU's Fall 2012 Job Fair will be held on Thursday, October 25, in Sabbatini Lounge, 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Companies already confirmed to attend include: Diocese Of Memphis (Memphis Catholic Schools), Energizer, Valero Energy, MassMutual, SRVS, Fastenal, AutoZone, MLG&W, Northwestern Mutual, Unified Health Services, ServiceMaster, Azo Inc., UT Health Science Center, EdR (Education Realty Trust), ThyssenKrupp Elevator Manufacturing, CBRE, and ABC24/CW30. Be prepared! Bring plenty of resumes on high-quality, bond paper. (Look for a watermark!) Dress appropriately! Wear an appropriate business suit. (Just as you would for an interview.) Got questions? Stop by the Career Center in the Thomas Center or check out their Job Fair Preparation packet. Register to attend through your Nace-Link account.
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BROTHER MARK SULLIVAN GOLF TOURNAMENT: The 24th annual Brother Mark Sullivan Golf Tournament will be held on Monday, October 29 at TPC Southwind. Registration and lunch are at 11:00 a.m., with a shotgun start at noon. Four-Person Scramble, $165 per player/ $660 per team. Proceeds from the tournament benefit the CBU Buccaneer Athletic Scholarship Fund. For more info, contact Donna Crone at (901) 321-3478 or dcrone@cbu.edu.
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Andy AndrewsAUTHOR ANDY ANDREWS IS SEIDMAN LECTURER: Andy Andrews, author of the bestsellers The Traveler's Gift and The Noticer (CBU's summer "Fresh Reads" book) and now How Do You Kill 11 Million People?, will be the keynote speaker at the Fall 2012 M.L. Seidman Town Hall Lecture on Tuesday, October 30 at 7:00 p.m. in the University Theater. Andrews will address the topic "How Do You Kill 11 Million People? Why the Truth Matters More Than You Think." Andrews believes that the only way to keep the United States of America the greatest country in the world is to demand the truth from our elected officials. By illuminating the startling history of how great countries have gone bad, Andrews will demonstrate in his lecture how we, as American citizens, can avoid the same mistakes by refocusing our standards of leadership. The M.L Seidman Town Hall Series was established by Mr. and Mrs. P.K. Seidman in memory of Mr. M.L. Seidman, founder of an international accounting firm who maintained an active interest in public issues. This series of lectures is scheduled every year in light of current public issues. The town hall forum format encourages the active participation of students, faculty and members of the Memphis community.

BUCCANEER SCOREBOARD
MEN'S SOCCER (4-5-1, 2-2 GSC)
10/07:
Bucs 1, Harding University 0 (at Signaigo Field)
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WOMEN'S SOCCER (5-6, 1-4 GSC)
10/01:
Lady Bucs 3, Union University 0 (at Jackson, TN)
10/05:
Lady Bucs 1, Delta State University 0 (at Signaigo Field)
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VOLLEYBALL (11-5, 6-2 GSC)
10/02:
Lady Bucs 3, Union University 0 (at Jackson, TN)
10/06: Lady Bucs 2, University of North Alabama 3 (at Florence, AL)
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CROSS COUNTRY
10/06: Triton Classic Invitational (at La Jolla, CA; UC San Diego Course) Bucs 10th of 14 teams; Alex Shipp led the Bucs (48th of 158, 27:45.8); Lady Bucs 22nd of 22 teams; Courtney Morris led the Lady Bucs (164th of 238, 26:08.8 ).
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GOLF
10/01-02: Murray State Invitational (at Murray, KY) Bucs 11th of 14 teams; Kyle Johnson led the Bucs with a 30th-place finish, 149.

THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE

MEN'S SOCCER
10/12: University of Alabama-Huntsville (Huntsville, AL; 3:30 p.m.)
10/14: Shorter University (Rome, GA; 3:30 p.m.)
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WOMEN'S SOCCER

10/12: University of Alabama-Huntsville (Huntsville, AL; 1:00 p.m.)
10/14: Union University (Signaigo Field; 1:00 p.m.)

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VOLLEYBALL
10/12: University of West Alabama (Canale Arena; 7:00 p.m.)