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  • Let’s Kill Hunger: NPHC Can Wars

    Feb 28th, 2017
    All-day Event
    Campus-wide

    We want you to help decide who wins the arm race against hunger.

    CBU’s National Panhellenic Council (NPHC) will be holding its first ever annual canned food drive competition from February 15 to March 15 and wants the whole campus to get involved. Each organization within the NPHC has designed a box to represent their organization. All you have to do to help is put one or more canned goods in the box of the organization you support the most.

    As with any other war, there will be casualties and loss. Starting at 7:00 p.m. each night for the duration of the drive, other organizations are permitted to steal cans from an opposing team’s box if it is left out in the open.

    At the end of the competition on March 15, all of the cans will be counted and the team with the most cans will be granted immunity. The losers will get a pie in the face. We want the campus to get involved too so for $1 you too can pie a loser on March 15. May the best team win.

    Let’s kill hunger together!

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  • Pre-Ash Bash

    Feb 28th, 2017
    6:30pm - 8:30pm
    Wilson Family Commons, LLC

    Craving King Cake?
    Curious how ashes for Ash Wednesday are made?
    Got Lenten questions for Fr. Bill? 
    Want to create your own Mardis Gras mask? 

    Campus Ministry and the Catholic Student Association invite you to attend the 2017 Pre-Ash Bash on Tuesday in the Wilson Family Commons in the LLC, 6:30-8:30 p.m. 

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  • Ash Wednesday: Distribution of Ashes

    Mar 1st, 2017
    7:30am - 8:15am
    Cooper-Wilson Center Lobby

    This Wednesday is Ash Wednesday, the beginning of our Lenten journey. The following Ash Wednesday observances will be held on the  CBU campus:

    Mass & Ashes

    • Stritch Chapel, 5:00 p.m.

    Distribution of Ashes

    • 7:30-8:15 a.m. in Cooper-Wilson Center Foyer

    • 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 a.m. in Alfonso Dining Hall

    • 5:00-5:45 p.m. in Buckman Hall Foyer

    To learn more about Ash Wednesday and Lent, check out this video with Lego! Or this one by Busted Halo!

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  • Academic Internship Program Info Meetings

    Mar 1st, 2017
    9:00am - 4:00pm
    Buckman Hall 207

    If you're interested in pursuing an academic internship during the summer, or during the fall 2017 semester, stop by Career Services (Buckman 207) between 9:00-12:00 or 1:00-4:00 to pick up an application, site list, and instructions.

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  • Let’s Kill Hunger: NPHC Can Wars

    Mar 1st, 2017
    All-day Event
    Campus-wide

    We want you to help decide who wins the arm race against hunger.

    CBU’s National Panhellenic Council (NPHC) will be holding its first ever annual canned food drive competition from February 15 to March 15 and wants the whole campus to get involved. Each organization within the NPHC has designed a box to represent their organization. All you have to do to help is put one or more canned goods in the box of the organization you support the most.

    As with any other war, there will be casualties and loss. Starting at 7:00 p.m. each night for the duration of the drive, other organizations are permitted to steal cans from an opposing team’s box if it is left out in the open.

    At the end of the competition on March 15, all of the cans will be counted and the team with the most cans will be granted immunity. The losers will get a pie in the face. We want the campus to get involved too so for $1 you too can pie a loser on March 15. May the best team win.

    Let’s kill hunger together!

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  • Ash Wednesday: Distribution of Ashes

    Mar 1st, 2017
    11:30am - 12:30pm
    Alfonso Dining Hall

    This Wednesday is Ash Wednesday, the beginning of our Lenten journey. The following Ash Wednesday observances will be held on the  CBU campus:

    Mass & Ashes

    • Stritch Chapel, 5:00 p.m.

    Distribution of Ashes

    • 7:30-8:15 a.m. in Cooper-Wilson Center Foyer

    • 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 a.m. in Alfonso Dining Hall

    • 5:00-5:45 p.m. in Buckman Hall Foyer

    To learn more about Ash Wednesday and Lent, check out this video with Lego! Or this one by Busted Halo!

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  • PB&J Making with Campus Ministry

    Mar 1st, 2017
    3:00pm - 4:00pm
    Alfonso Dining Hall
    Join campus ministry to make Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches for St. Mary's weekly meal kithcen! 
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  • Ash Wednesday: Distribution of Ashes

    Mar 1st, 2017
    5:00pm - 5:45pm
    Buckman Hall Foyer

    This Wednesday is Ash Wednesday, the beginning of our Lenten journey. The following Ash Wednesday observances will be held on the  CBU campus:

    Mass & Ashes

    • Stritch Chapel, 5:00 p.m.

    Distribution of Ashes

    • 7:30-8:15 a.m. in Cooper-Wilson Center Foyer

    • 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 a.m. in Alfonso Dining Hall

    • 5:00-5:45 p.m. in Buckman Hall Foyer

    To learn more about Ash Wednesday and Lent, check out this video with Lego! Or this one by Busted Halo!

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  • Ash Wednesday Mass

    Mar 1st, 2017
    5:00pm - 6:00pm
    Stritch Chapel

    This Wednesday is Ash Wednesday, the beginning of our Lenten journey. The following Ash Wednesday observances will be held on the  CBU campus:

    Mass & Ashes
    Stritch Chapel, 5:00 p.m.

    Distribution of Ashes
    7:30-8:15 a.m. in Cooper-Wilson Center Foyer
    11:30 a.m. - 12:30 a.m. in Alfonso Dining Hall
    5:00-5:45 p.m. in Buckman Hall Foyer

    To learn more about Ash Wednesday and Lent, check out this video with Lego! Or this one by Busted Halo!

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  • Eucharistic Adoration: An Hour with Jesus

    Mar 1st, 2017
    7:00pm - 8:00pm
    Stritch Chapel

    Eucharistic Adoration is offered each Wednesday from 7-8pm in Stritch Chapel. The third Wednesday of the month, the Sacrament of Reconciliation will be offered.

    No adoration is offered on school breaks.

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  • Let’s Kill Hunger: NPHC Can Wars

    Mar 2nd, 2017
    All-day Event
    Campus-wide

    We want you to help decide who wins the arm race against hunger.

    CBU’s National Panhellenic Council (NPHC) will be holding its first ever annual canned food drive competition from February 15 to March 15 and wants the whole campus to get involved. Each organization within the NPHC has designed a box to represent their organization. All you have to do to help is put one or more canned goods in the box of the organization you support the most.

    As with any other war, there will be casualties and loss. Starting at 7:00 p.m. each night for the duration of the drive, other organizations are permitted to steal cans from an opposing team’s box if it is left out in the open.

    At the end of the competition on March 15, all of the cans will be counted and the team with the most cans will be granted immunity. The losers will get a pie in the face. We want the campus to get involved too so for $1 you too can pie a loser on March 15. May the best team win.

    Let’s kill hunger together!

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  • Peace Corps Opportunities

    Mar 2nd, 2017
    11:30am - 12:30pm
    Alfonso Foyer

    Stephanie Wade, regional recruiter and returned volunteer, will be on campus Thursday March 2 to discuss Peace Corps opportunities. Information will be provided at the Peace Corps table in front of Sabbatini Lounge from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Ms. Wade will also have office hours in the Student Life Conference Room, 1:00-3:00 p.m.

     Peace Corps is a U.S. Government agency dedicated to promoting world peace and friendship by providing practical assistance to countries that request it, helping promote a better understanding of Americans abroad and helping promote a better understanding of other cultures to communities in the U.S. Over 200,000 volunteers have served in 139 countries since 1961. Volunteers serve for 27 months in Education, Youth and Community Development, Health and HIV/AIDS, Agriculture, Environment, Business Development, and Information Technology assignments in one over 60 developing countries across the world. Peace Corps provides volunteers with full benefits, including:

    • A modest living allowance designed to have you live at the same level of those you are working with
    • Paid airfare and travel expenses
    • Full medical coverage
    • 48 days of paid vacation
    • Possible cancellation or deferment of student loans
    • Language, cultural and technical training
    • Opportunities for financial assistance to graduate school
    • One year of non-competitive eligibility for Federal jobs
    • International experience sought after for jobs in the global marketplace

    Competitive applicants have a college degree and applicable experience. For more information on how you might fit into a Peace Corps experience, click here. You can view current openings at www.peacecorps.gov/openings. To begin the application process, you can fill out an online application at www.peacecorps.gov/application. You must be a U.S. Citizen and at least 18 to apply to Peace Corps.

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  • In Arabic

    Mar 2nd, 2017
    11:30am - 3:00pm
    Sabbatini Lounge


    The CBU Saudi Students Asociation will present "In Arabic" on Thursday, March 2 in Sabbatini Lounge, 11:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Come meet CBU’s Saudi students and learn more about their culture and the Arabic language. You will get a FREE personalized card with your name written in Arabic or you can have a special message written to those you love. In honor of the National Day of Kuwait, also come celebrate with the Kuwaiti students and learn more about their culture.

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  • Lunch & Learn with Erick Ordoñez, Lead NASA Systems Engineer

    Mar 2nd, 2017
    12:30pm - 1:50pm
    Nolan Engineering Center 236

    Come meet Erick Ordoñez, Lead NASA Systems Engineer. Ordoñez is currently in the Systems Engineering Group at Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) and the lead systems engineer for The Additive Construction with Mobile Emplacement (ACME) Project at NASA MSFC as well as a System Engineer for Resource Prospector Lander. He has worked as a systems engineer for multiple projects including ISAT, Lunar Flashlight and NEA Scout, SLS, and the Warm Gas Test Article (Mighty Eagle). Prior to working as a lead systems engineer, Erick has worked at multiple NASA facilities including Jet Propulsion Laboratory, in Pasadena California, Johnson Space Center, Houston Texas, and White Sands Test Facility, in Las Cruces New Mexico.

    Hosted by: International Student Services & CBU School of Engineering

    **FREE FOOD**

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  • Peace Corps Opportunities

    Mar 2nd, 2017
    1:00pm - 3:00pm
    Student Life Conference Room

    Stephanie Wade, regional recruiter and returned volunteer, will be on campus Thursday March 2 to discuss Peace Corps opportunities. Ms. Wade will have office hours in the Student Life Conference Room, 1:00-3:00 p.m.

     Peace Corps is a U.S. Government agency dedicated to promoting world peace and friendship by providing practical assistance to countries that request it, helping promote a better understanding of Americans abroad and helping promote a better understanding of other cultures to communities in the U.S. Over 200,000 volunteers have served in 139 countries since 1961. Volunteers serve for 27 months in Education, Youth and Community Development, Health and HIV/AIDS, Agriculture, Environment, Business Development, and Information Technology assignments in one over 60 developing countries across the world. Peace Corps provides volunteers with full benefits, including:

    • A modest living allowance designed to have you live at the same level of those you are working with
    • Paid airfare and travel expenses
    • Full medical coverage
    • 48 days of paid vacation
    • Possible cancellation or deferment of student loans
    • Language, cultural and technical training
    • Opportunities for financial assistance to graduate school
    • One year of non-competitive eligibility for Federal jobs
    • International experience sought after for jobs in the global marketplace

    Competitive applicants have a college degree and applicable experience. For more information on how you might fit into a Peace Corps experience, click here. You can view current openings at www.peacecorps.gov/openings. To begin the application process, you can fill out an online application at www.peacecorps.gov/application. You must be a U.S. Citizen and at least 18 to apply to Peace Corps.

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  • CAPS Express Admissions Decision Evening

    Mar 2nd, 2017
    5:30pm - 6:30pm
    Montesi Executive Center | Second Floor of Buckman Hall

    This evening is a great opportunity for all adult students to meet the CAPS (College of Adult Professional Studies) staff and review your application package! The staff will also be present to answer any questions about the admission process, financial aid, and academic programs. 

    To register for the Express Admission Decision Evening, please RSVP to aps@cbu.edu or call (901) 321-3293

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  • Let’s Kill Hunger: NPHC Can Wars

    Mar 3rd, 2017
    All-day Event
    Campus-wide

    We want you to help decide who wins the arm race against hunger.

    CBU’s National Panhellenic Council (NPHC) will be holding its first ever annual canned food drive competition from February 15 to March 15 and wants the whole campus to get involved. Each organization within the NPHC has designed a box to represent their organization. All you have to do to help is put one or more canned goods in the box of the organization you support the most.

    As with any other war, there will be casualties and loss. Starting at 7:00 p.m. each night for the duration of the drive, other organizations are permitted to steal cans from an opposing team’s box if it is left out in the open.

    At the end of the competition on March 15, all of the cans will be counted and the team with the most cans will be granted immunity. The losers will get a pie in the face. We want the campus to get involved too so for $1 you too can pie a loser on March 15. May the best team win.

    Let’s kill hunger together!

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  • Science and Engineering Day

    Mar 3rd, 2017
    12:30pm - 4:00pm
    CBU Campus

    We’ve designed an Open House for STEM students!

    Participants will have an opportunity to engage in hands-on science experiments led by CBU professors and take part in active workshops led by engineering faculty. Come join with other prospective STEM students to find out why CBU’s small, highly individualized classes are best for you.

    Register here >

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  • Let’s Kill Hunger: NPHC Can Wars

    Mar 4th, 2017
    All-day Event
    Campus-wide

    We want you to help decide who wins the arm race against hunger.

    CBU’s National Panhellenic Council (NPHC) will be holding its first ever annual canned food drive competition from February 15 to March 15 and wants the whole campus to get involved. Each organization within the NPHC has designed a box to represent their organization. All you have to do to help is put one or more canned goods in the box of the organization you support the most.

    As with any other war, there will be casualties and loss. Starting at 7:00 p.m. each night for the duration of the drive, other organizations are permitted to steal cans from an opposing team’s box if it is left out in the open.

    At the end of the competition on March 15, all of the cans will be counted and the team with the most cans will be granted immunity. The losers will get a pie in the face. We want the campus to get involved too so for $1 you too can pie a loser on March 15. May the best team win.

    Let’s kill hunger together!

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  • Let’s Kill Hunger: NPHC Can Wars

    Mar 5th, 2017
    All-day Event
    Campus-wide

    We want you to help decide who wins the arm race against hunger.

    CBU’s National Panhellenic Council (NPHC) will be holding its first ever annual canned food drive competition from February 15 to March 15 and wants the whole campus to get involved. Each organization within the NPHC has designed a box to represent their organization. All you have to do to help is put one or more canned goods in the box of the organization you support the most.

    As with any other war, there will be casualties and loss. Starting at 7:00 p.m. each night for the duration of the drive, other organizations are permitted to steal cans from an opposing team’s box if it is left out in the open.

    At the end of the competition on March 15, all of the cans will be counted and the team with the most cans will be granted immunity. The losers will get a pie in the face. We want the campus to get involved too so for $1 you too can pie a loser on March 15. May the best team win.

    Let’s kill hunger together!

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  • Let’s Kill Hunger: NPHC Can Wars

    Mar 6th, 2017
    All-day Event
    Campus-wide

    We want you to help decide who wins the arm race against hunger.

    CBU’s National Panhellenic Council (NPHC) will be holding its first ever annual canned food drive competition from February 15 to March 15 and wants the whole campus to get involved. Each organization within the NPHC has designed a box to represent their organization. All you have to do to help is put one or more canned goods in the box of the organization you support the most.

    As with any other war, there will be casualties and loss. Starting at 7:00 p.m. each night for the duration of the drive, other organizations are permitted to steal cans from an opposing team’s box if it is left out in the open.

    At the end of the competition on March 15, all of the cans will be counted and the team with the most cans will be granted immunity. The losers will get a pie in the face. We want the campus to get involved too so for $1 you too can pie a loser on March 15. May the best team win.

    Let’s kill hunger together!

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  • Spring Break—No Classes

    Start: Mar 6, 2017
    End: Mar 10, 2017
    Campus-Wide
    There will be no classes during the 2017 Spring Break. Administrative offices will be open.
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  • Alternative Spring Break

    Mar 7th, 2017
    All-day Event
    Off-Campus

    Alternative Spring Break: A Service "Staycation" in Memphis

    Looking for Spring Break plans? How about a three-day service "staycation" here in Memphis?  Serve alongside and partake in fellowship with students from the U of M and Rhodes. Service sites include: De La Salle Elementary School, Catholic Charities of Western Tennessee, and Saint Mary's Soup Kitchen. The cost is $50, which covers meals and a Grizzlies game on March 9! Email Brother Ryan at bro.ryan@cbu.edu with any additional questions.You can sign up online using this link.

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  • Let’s Kill Hunger: NPHC Can Wars

    Mar 7th, 2017
    All-day Event
    Campus-wide

    We want you to help decide who wins the arm race against hunger.

    CBU’s National Panhellenic Council (NPHC) will be holding its first ever annual canned food drive competition from February 15 to March 15 and wants the whole campus to get involved. Each organization within the NPHC has designed a box to represent their organization. All you have to do to help is put one or more canned goods in the box of the organization you support the most.

    As with any other war, there will be casualties and loss. Starting at 7:00 p.m. each night for the duration of the drive, other organizations are permitted to steal cans from an opposing team’s box if it is left out in the open.

    At the end of the competition on March 15, all of the cans will be counted and the team with the most cans will be granted immunity. The losers will get a pie in the face. We want the campus to get involved too so for $1 you too can pie a loser on March 15. May the best team win.

    Let’s kill hunger together!

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  • Financial Aid Night

    Mar 7th, 2017
    5:00pm - 7:00pm
    CBU Campus
    Understanding Financial Aid is tough.

    Don’t worry — our Financial Aid Professionals will guide you through the process and provide you with all of the documents you need to complete your financial aid application.

    Meet one on one with your Admissions Counselor to review your Financial Aid Award Letter.

    REGISTER HERE

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  • Alternative Spring Break

    Mar 8th, 2017
    All-day Event
    Off-Campus

    Alternative Spring Break: A Service "Staycation" in Memphis

    Looking for Spring Break plans? How about a three-day service "staycation" here in Memphis?  Serve alongside and partake in fellowship with students from the U of M and Rhodes. Service sites include: De La Salle Elementary School, Catholic Charities of Western Tennessee, and Saint Mary's Soup Kitchen. The cost is $50, which covers meals and a Grizzlies game on March 9! Email Brother Ryan at bro.ryan@cbu.edu with any additional questions.You can sign up online using this link.

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  • Let’s Kill Hunger: NPHC Can Wars

    Mar 8th, 2017
    All-day Event
    Campus-wide

    We want you to help decide who wins the arm race against hunger.

    CBU’s National Panhellenic Council (NPHC) will be holding its first ever annual canned food drive competition from February 15 to March 15 and wants the whole campus to get involved. Each organization within the NPHC has designed a box to represent their organization. All you have to do to help is put one or more canned goods in the box of the organization you support the most.

    As with any other war, there will be casualties and loss. Starting at 7:00 p.m. each night for the duration of the drive, other organizations are permitted to steal cans from an opposing team’s box if it is left out in the open.

    At the end of the competition on March 15, all of the cans will be counted and the team with the most cans will be granted immunity. The losers will get a pie in the face. We want the campus to get involved too so for $1 you too can pie a loser on March 15. May the best team win.

    Let’s kill hunger together!

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  • PB&J Making with Campus Ministry

    Mar 8th, 2017
    3:00pm - 4:00pm
    Alfonso Dining Hall
    Join campus ministry to make Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches for St. Mary's weekly meal kithcen! 
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  • Alternative Spring Break

    Mar 9th, 2017
    All-day Event
    Off-Campus

    Alternative Spring Break: A Service "Staycation" in Memphis

    Looking for Spring Break plans? How about a three-day service "staycation" here in Memphis?  Serve alongside and partake in fellowship with students from the U of M and Rhodes. Service sites include: De La Salle Elementary School, Catholic Charities of Western Tennessee, and Saint Mary's Soup Kitchen. The cost is $50, which covers meals and a Grizzlies game on March 9! Email Brother Ryan at bro.ryan@cbu.edu with any additional questions.You can sign up online using this link.

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  • Let’s Kill Hunger: NPHC Can Wars

    Mar 9th, 2017
    All-day Event
    Campus-wide

    We want you to help decide who wins the arm race against hunger.

    CBU’s National Panhellenic Council (NPHC) will be holding its first ever annual canned food drive competition from February 15 to March 15 and wants the whole campus to get involved. Each organization within the NPHC has designed a box to represent their organization. All you have to do to help is put one or more canned goods in the box of the organization you support the most.

    As with any other war, there will be casualties and loss. Starting at 7:00 p.m. each night for the duration of the drive, other organizations are permitted to steal cans from an opposing team’s box if it is left out in the open.

    At the end of the competition on March 15, all of the cans will be counted and the team with the most cans will be granted immunity. The losers will get a pie in the face. We want the campus to get involved too so for $1 you too can pie a loser on March 15. May the best team win.

    Let’s kill hunger together!

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  • Let’s Kill Hunger: NPHC Can Wars

    Mar 10th, 2017
    All-day Event
    Campus-wide

    We want you to help decide who wins the arm race against hunger.

    CBU’s National Panhellenic Council (NPHC) will be holding its first ever annual canned food drive competition from February 15 to March 15 and wants the whole campus to get involved. Each organization within the NPHC has designed a box to represent their organization. All you have to do to help is put one or more canned goods in the box of the organization you support the most.

    As with any other war, there will be casualties and loss. Starting at 7:00 p.m. each night for the duration of the drive, other organizations are permitted to steal cans from an opposing team’s box if it is left out in the open.

    At the end of the competition on March 15, all of the cans will be counted and the team with the most cans will be granted immunity. The losers will get a pie in the face. We want the campus to get involved too so for $1 you too can pie a loser on March 15. May the best team win.

    Let’s kill hunger together!

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  • Let’s Kill Hunger: NPHC Can Wars

    Mar 11th, 2017
    All-day Event
    Campus-wide

    We want you to help decide who wins the arm race against hunger.

    CBU’s National Panhellenic Council (NPHC) will be holding its first ever annual canned food drive competition from February 15 to March 15 and wants the whole campus to get involved. Each organization within the NPHC has designed a box to represent their organization. All you have to do to help is put one or more canned goods in the box of the organization you support the most.

    As with any other war, there will be casualties and loss. Starting at 7:00 p.m. each night for the duration of the drive, other organizations are permitted to steal cans from an opposing team’s box if it is left out in the open.

    At the end of the competition on March 15, all of the cans will be counted and the team with the most cans will be granted immunity. The losers will get a pie in the face. We want the campus to get involved too so for $1 you too can pie a loser on March 15. May the best team win.

    Let’s kill hunger together!

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  • Let’s Kill Hunger: NPHC Can Wars

    Mar 12th, 2017
    All-day Event
    Campus-wide

    We want you to help decide who wins the arm race against hunger.

    CBU’s National Panhellenic Council (NPHC) will be holding its first ever annual canned food drive competition from February 15 to March 15 and wants the whole campus to get involved. Each organization within the NPHC has designed a box to represent their organization. All you have to do to help is put one or more canned goods in the box of the organization you support the most.

    As with any other war, there will be casualties and loss. Starting at 7:00 p.m. each night for the duration of the drive, other organizations are permitted to steal cans from an opposing team’s box if it is left out in the open.

    At the end of the competition on March 15, all of the cans will be counted and the team with the most cans will be granted immunity. The losers will get a pie in the face. We want the campus to get involved too so for $1 you too can pie a loser on March 15. May the best team win.

    Let’s kill hunger together!

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  • Let’s Kill Hunger: NPHC Can Wars

    Mar 13th, 2017
    All-day Event
    Campus-wide

    We want you to help decide who wins the arm race against hunger.

    CBU’s National Panhellenic Council (NPHC) will be holding its first ever annual canned food drive competition from February 15 to March 15 and wants the whole campus to get involved. Each organization within the NPHC has designed a box to represent their organization. All you have to do to help is put one or more canned goods in the box of the organization you support the most.

    As with any other war, there will be casualties and loss. Starting at 7:00 p.m. each night for the duration of the drive, other organizations are permitted to steal cans from an opposing team’s box if it is left out in the open.

    At the end of the competition on March 15, all of the cans will be counted and the team with the most cans will be granted immunity. The losers will get a pie in the face. We want the campus to get involved too so for $1 you too can pie a loser on March 15. May the best team win.

    Let’s kill hunger together!

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  • Let’s Kill Hunger: NPHC Can Wars

    Mar 14th, 2017
    All-day Event
    Campus-wide

    We want you to help decide who wins the arm race against hunger.

    CBU’s National Panhellenic Council (NPHC) will be holding its first ever annual canned food drive competition from February 15 to March 15 and wants the whole campus to get involved. Each organization within the NPHC has designed a box to represent their organization. All you have to do to help is put one or more canned goods in the box of the organization you support the most.

    As with any other war, there will be casualties and loss. Starting at 7:00 p.m. each night for the duration of the drive, other organizations are permitted to steal cans from an opposing team’s box if it is left out in the open.

    At the end of the competition on March 15, all of the cans will be counted and the team with the most cans will be granted immunity. The losers will get a pie in the face. We want the campus to get involved too so for $1 you too can pie a loser on March 15. May the best team win.

    Let’s kill hunger together!

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  • Life After College: Credit Scores

    Mar 14th, 2017
    12:30pm - 1:45pm
    St. Joseph Hall, Room 10

    Come learn about why your credit score is so important, and steps you can take to monitor your score, and keep it as high as possible!  Free pizza will be served.

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  • Let’s Kill Hunger: NPHC Can Wars

    Mar 15th, 2017
    All-day Event
    Campus-wide

    We want you to help decide who wins the arm race against hunger.

    CBU’s National Panhellenic Council (NPHC) will be holding its first ever annual canned food drive competition from February 15 to March 15 and wants the whole campus to get involved. Each organization within the NPHC has designed a box to represent their organization. All you have to do to help is put one or more canned goods in the box of the organization you support the most.

    As with any other war, there will be casualties and loss. Starting at 7:00 p.m. each night for the duration of the drive, other organizations are permitted to steal cans from an opposing team’s box if it is left out in the open.

    At the end of the competition on March 15, all of the cans will be counted and the team with the most cans will be granted immunity. The losers will get a pie in the face. We want the campus to get involved too so for $1 you too can pie a loser on March 15. May the best team win.

    Let’s kill hunger together!

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  • PB&J Making with Campus Ministry

    Mar 15th, 2017
    3:00pm - 4:00pm
    Alfonso Dining Hall
    Join campus ministry to make Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches for St. Mary's weekly meal kithcen! 
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  • Eucharistic Adoration: An Hour with Jesus

    Mar 15th, 2017
    7:00pm - 8:00pm
    Stritch Chapel

    Eucharistic Adoration is offered each Wednesday from 7-8pm in Stritch Chapel. The third Wednesday of the month, the Sacrament of Reconciliation will be offered.

    No adoration is offered on school breaks.

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  • First Impressions: How To Lose A Job In 10 Days

    Mar 16th, 2017
    1:00pm - 2:00pm
    Montesi Executive Center

    Hear from our panel of employers and alumni, and they recount some of the major faux pas committed by job candidates and new employees, that resulted in not being hired and/or quickly fired...and learn from their stories so that you don't repeat those same mistakes!

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  • Tri-Beta Trivia Night

    Mar 16th, 2017
    7:30pm - 9:00pm
    Alfonso Dining Hall

    Come out and support Beta Beta Beta in Trivia Night on Thursday, March 16 at 7:30 p.m. in Alfonso Dining Hall!! Test your wits and have a good time with your friends! We will have prizes for the winners! Admission is $5 per person. Teams can consist of 2-5 players.

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  • Blue Raider Awakening Retreat

    Start: Mar 17, 2017
    End: Mar 19, 2017
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  • Leading Ladies Panel

    Mar 21st, 2017
    1:00pm - 2:00pm
    Spain Auditorium

    Come hear from some of the most successful women leaders in the Memphis area, how they got to where they are in their careers, and their advice for how you can be just as successful.

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  • Financial Aid Night

    Mar 21st, 2017
    5:00pm - 7:00pm
    CBU Campus
    Understanding Financial Aid is tough.

    Don’t worry — our Financial Aid Professionals will guide you through the process and provide you with all of the documents you need to complete your financial aid application.

    Meet one on one with your Admissions Counselor to review your Financial Aid Award Letter.

    REGISTER HERE

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  • PB&J Making with Campus Ministry

    Mar 22nd, 2017
    3:00pm - 4:00pm
    Alfonso Dining Hall
    Join campus ministry to make Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches for St. Mary's weekly meal kithcen! 
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  • Muslim Women's Panel

    Mar 22nd, 2017
    6:00pm - 7:30pm
    Sabbatini Lounge

    In honor of Muslims in Memphis Month, the CBU Muslim Students' Association presents a Muslim Women's Panel. This event will have various Muslim women from different backgrounds share their place in society. This event will begin with a short video on "Women in Islam," and then the panel will share some stories and will be open to questions.

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  • Eucharistic Adoration: An Hour with Jesus

    Mar 22nd, 2017
    7:00pm - 8:00pm
    Stritch Chapel

    Eucharistic Adoration is offered each Wednesday from 7-8pm in Stritch Chapel. The third Wednesday of the month, the Sacrament of Reconciliation will be offered.

    No adoration is offered on school breaks.

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  • Pizza & Professionals: Gestalt Community Schools

    Mar 23rd, 2017
    12:30pm - 1:30pm
    Montesi Executive Center

    Join us to learn more about the organization, about the types of career opportunities that are currently available, and of course, enjoy free pizza!  Don't miss it!

    Open to all interested students...those majoring in education, or who are interested in a career in teaching, are especially encouraged to attend.

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  • Engage Scholarship

    Mar 25th, 2017
    10:05am - 11:05am
    CBU Campus

    The CBU Engage Scholarship is a competitive scholarship event designed for students who plan to become involved at CBU. Participants will be required to present ideas on what club they would like to see at CBU, and how they will work to be the leader in developing the new student club. Students who attend will also have the opportunity to take a campus tour, interview with a current student, and talk with representatives from our student clubs.

    Even if you aren’t the student awarded the Engage Scholarship, you’ll receive a $1,000 CBU scholarship just for participating in the day’s activities,

    Requirements: ACT Composite of 19 or higher

    APPLY HERE >

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  • PB&J Making with Campus Ministry

    Mar 29th, 2017
    3:00pm - 4:00pm
    Alfonso Dining Hall
    Join campus ministry to make Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches for St. Mary's weekly meal kithcen! 
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  • Eucharistic Adoration: An Hour with Jesus

    Mar 29th, 2017
    7:00pm - 8:00pm
    Stritch Chapel

    Eucharistic Adoration is offered each Wednesday from 7-8pm in Stritch Chapel. The third Wednesday of the month, the Sacrament of Reconciliation will be offered.

    No adoration is offered on school breaks.

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  • First Impressions: Professional Communication

    Mar 30th, 2017
    1:00pm - 2:00pm
    Montesi Executive Center

    Learn why professional communication — both written and verbal — is so important, and steps you can take to ensure you are communicating effectively with peers, colleagues, and superiors.

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  • MoonBuggy Reception—Huntsville, AL

    Mar 30th, 2017
    6:00pm - 8:30pm
    550 Sparkman Dr. Huntsville, AL 35816

    Join CBU president Dr. John Smarrelli, Jr. for a reception at the Univesity of Alabama-Huntsville Bevill Center to meet the 2017 Rover Team, hear about what's happening at CBU, and re-connect with fellow alums!

    Register here

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