Thursday, February 11, 2010
C-SC to feature cardiologist for lunch and learn event
In honor of February being "American Heart Month," Culver-Stockton College is bringing Dr. Edward Ha, interventional cardiologist from Hannibal Regional Cardiovascular Institute, to speak to students on Tuesday, February 16, at 11:45 a.m. in Meaders Lounge. Dr. Ha is an expert in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the heart and blood vessels and specializes in interventional and non-interventional cardiology services. Dr. Ha will speak about heart disease, risk factors, symptoms of heart attacks and what one can do to prevent heart disease. He will also speak about the cardiology services offered at Hannibal Regional Hospital and the different initiatives taking place to raise funds for the Cardiology Services Patient Assistance Fund, occurring in the month of February. This presentation is a "lunch and learn" event. Those in attendance are encouraged to bring their lunch with them. This event is free and open to the public. It is also a part of the C-SC Academic and Cultural Events program. More information is available online.
C-SC to stage absurdist theatre production
The Culver-Stockton College Theatre Department is stepping outside of the box. The first production of the Spring 2010 semester will be Eugene Ionesco's Rhinoceros, an absurdist show. "This is a totally different style than what we have done this season or the past two, for that matter," said Haidee Heaton, C-SC associate professor of theatre and director of the production. Rhinoceros is a play that speaks to the issues of conformity in life: social situations, academia, love, and friendships. It focuses on a small town that is besieged by a rhinoceros. The townspeople struggle to cope as they begin to turn into rhinoceroses themselves, until one townsperson remains and vows to fight against all of the rhinoceroses. The play will be staged February 18, 19, and 20, at 7:30 p.m. and on February 21, at 3 p.m. in the Mabee Little Theatre located in the Robert W. Brown Performing Arts Center on the C-SC campus. Ticket prices are adults, $6 and non-Culver-Stockton students, $4. For more information or to reserve a ticket, contact Judy Garkie in the C-SC Fine Arts Division at firstname.lastname@example.org or 573-288-6413.
C-SC students to give presentation on study abroad course to Egypt
Four Culver-Stockton College students will give a presentation about their study abroad course to Egypt, Wednesday, February 17 at 11:30 a.m. in Merillat Recital Hall. Sarah Bonasinga, senior biology/pre-med major from Quincy, Ill; Jonathan McReynolds, senior psychology major from Canton, Mo.; Corey Meyer, sophomore religion and philosophy major from Independence, Mo; and Melissa Tanner, sophomore biological chemistry major from Beardstown, Ill., will each speak about their experiences in Egypt. This event is free and open to the public. It is also a part of C-SC's Academic and Cultural Events program. For more information about this event contact Dr. Mohamed El-Bermawy, professor of chemistry/biology at 573-288-6344 or email@example.com.
Mock trial team gears up for regional tournament
C-SC's mock trial team recently competed against Quincy University's A and B mock trial teams in the newly renovated mock trial room, located in the basement of Johann Hall. Dr. Brian Borlas, coach of the QU mock trial team, served as the judge for the afternoon round and said he was very impressed with the facilities at C-SC. The scrimmage gave both teams practice before the regional tournament held at Mizzou Law School in late February. Culver-Stockton's Mock Trial Team consists of Casey Craft, junior criminal justice/law major from St. James, Mo.; Mike Sweeney, senior criminal justice major from Naperville, Ill.; Ian Heath, theatre/law major from St. Louis, Mo.; Jess Deters, sophomore criminal justice major from LaGrange, Mo.; Lee Goolsby, sophomore business major from Sheridan, Mo.; Caleb Shubert, junior criminal justice major from Edina, Mo.; Dallas Spurgeon, freshman criminal justice major from Canton, Mo.; Carrie Phillips, junior criminal justice/law major from Elk Grove Village, Ill.; Brandy Starks, sophomore English major from St. Louis, Mo.; JJ Davis, sophomore criminal justice major from Petersburg, Ill.; Dontay McGaffie, sophomore criminal justice major from Comstock Park, Mich.; and Jake Wengerski, sophomore criminal justice major from Niles, Ill.
C-SC politics course visits Jefferson City
The State and Local Politics class recently traveled to Jefferson City to meet with Missouri State Representative Bryan Munzlinger, who introduced the class in the Missouri House of Representatives. The class was able to stay and listen to debates about selective drug testing of welfare recipients and the constitutionality of a provision that selectively drug tests "suspicious-looking" people. After visiting the House of Representatives the class took a tour around the Supreme Court, where they saw the courtroom, the judges robing room, and the library. The class met with Judge Russell, who will be coming to campus on April 9, to dedicate flags for the mock trial court room. The class ate lunch in the cafeteria of the capital building and was able to explore the building after lunch. The class enjoyed the art work in the building, especially the mural of Missouri's history. The class then met with Representative Munzlinger's intern who took the class to the top of the capital building.
QSO to present Valentine's Day concert
The Quincy Symphony Orchestra will present a concert titled "From the Heart" on Sunday, February 14, at 3 p.m. in Morrison Theatre, located in Quincy Junior High School. The concert will feature John Reinhardt, III on alto saxophone and Xavier Zahnle on piano. The concert will also showcase other exceptional regional talent. This event is part of C-SC Academic and Cultural Events program. The concert is free to C-SC students, faculty, and staff with their Culver-Stockton ID.