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  • Summer Orientation Session 3

    Start: Aug 1, 2016
    8:00am
    End: Aug 2, 2016
    2:00pm
    Campus Wide

    We are very excited to welcome you on campus! When you sign up for CBU Orientation, you officially transition to CBU as a Buccaneer! Please make sure to do the following BEFORE showing up for orientation. You can also visit the official CBU Orientation Page for all information

    1) Pay Orientation deposit (you will not be allowed to stay overnight if deposit is not paid) https://luna.cbu.edu/cashnet/aracntpay.php

    2) Download the Guidebook Mobile Apphttps://guidebook.com/g/cbuorientation2016/

    3) Send all final high school transcripts to admissions, including any AP scores, Dual Enrollment credit, etc...

    4) Submit 2016-2017 FASFA5) Fill out Health Form before August 1 and return the form to The Office of Student Life

    5) Please note: ALL students wishing to live on campus MUST have proof of the meningitis immunization. Failure to provide proof of this immunization - along with an incomplete health form - will prevent residential students from moving on to campus at the beginning of the academic year.

    6) Fill out the Online Housing Form: All incoming students who wish to live on campus during the 2016-2017 academic year, must complete the residential housing contract and pay the $150 security deposit. Housing assignment notifications will be available behind your BannerWeb log-in beginning mid-June. 

    7) Update Emergency Contact information: All full-time incoming students are encouraged to update their emergency contact information through their BannerWeb log-in credentials. Please complete this step by August 1.

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  • Opening Reception for Hapax Legomena by Cory Dugan

    Aug 12th, 2016
    5:30pm - 7:30pm
    Beverly & Sam Ross Gallery, CBU Plough Library

    The Beverly and Sam Ross Gallery at Christian Brothers University (CBU) announces the opening of “Hapax Legomena,” an exhibition of recent work by Memphis artist Cory Dugan, on August 12. A public reception for the artist will be held that evening in the gallery, which is located on the lower level of Plough Library on the CBU campus, 5:30-7:30 p.m. The exhibition will remain on display in the gallery until October 12.

    Dugan, who holds a BFA from the University of Memphis, exhibited widely during the 1980s through the early 2000s and has returned to actively making art and exhibiting in recent years. Dugan was also the founding editor of the regional arts journal Number: and the original art critic for The Memphis Flyer. His writings on art have also appeared locally in The Commercial Appeal and Memphis magazine, and nationally in Art News, Art Papers, New Art Examiner, and Sculpture.

    Dugan’s art has long been concerned with language, words, and literary topics—ranging from conceptual works and installations to two-dimensional and digital works alternating between linguistic explorations and the visual patterns made by words to more blatant and whimsical wordplay.

    His current series is drawn from the linguistic term that gives the exhibition its title, “Hapax Legomena.” The simple dictionary definition of the term is usually for the singular hapax legomenon: a word appearing only once in a document or corpus. It comes from the Greek, meaning “something said only once.” Taking form in works on paper and canvas, photography, and video, Dugan’s new work explores the idea of words that appear only once—only once in the entire Hebrew Bible, only once in the Christian New Testament, only once in all the plays by William Shakespeare. They are not inherently special words when isolated and removed from their context; they become random patterns when sprinkled across a sheet of paper. In the case of John Donne’s Holy Sonnets or Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot, they read like rambling gibberish when strung out consecutively in narrative form and are juxtaposed (and superimposed) with appropriated drawings by Leonardo da Vinci and Marcel Duchamp.   

    Additional information and artwork is available at www.corydugan.com.

    Also on exhibit concurrently in the foyer of the Ross Gallery is a series by Memphis photographer Paul Clarke, entitled “Seeking Salvation.”

    For more information on the Beverly & Sam Ross Gallery at CBU, contact Rollin Kocsis at (901) 321-3243 or visit www.cbu.edu/gallery.

     

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  • CAPS Fall Semester Kick-Off Reception

    Aug 16th, 2016
    5:00pm - 7:00pm
    De La Salle Hospitality Suite
    The College of Adult Professional Studies invites potential students to a kick-off reception for the start of the Fall semester!  
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  • Welcome (Back) Weekend

    Start: Aug 19, 2016
    End: Aug 21, 2016
    On Campus

    Whether you're coming to campus for the very first time or returning for another year as a Buc, Welcome Back Weekend is a great opportunity for the CBU community to gather and celebrate the beginning of another school year. 

    Click HERE for more information about Welcome Back Weekend including registration, schedule, and more!

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  • Slip N' Slide Kickball

    Aug 26th, 2016
    5:00pm - 9:00pm
    Nolan Field

    It's kickball with a twist! CBU Recreation is hosting a Slip-N-Slide Kickball night to celebrate the first week of school! Sign-Ups can be done online at imleagues.com/cbu or sign up in the office of Student Life. Come out for this first time ever event!

    #RecOut

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