Mascot Selection Steering Committee views graphics
ASU's Mascot Selection Steering Committee met for two hours Friday
with Jamie Skiles of Phoenix Design Works and viewed draft designs
and imagery as part of the next steps in selecting a new mascot.
After viewing Skiles' work, the committee narrowed the concepts for
consideration to imagery that will incorporate a train theme, such
as the A-Train or the Express, the Red Wolves, and the Ridge Riders.
Skiles will continue to explore any possible alternatives. At the
committee’s next scheduled meeting, set for Wednesday, Jan. 30,
Skiles will return with additional design options for consideration
by the group. For more information, see the
Lecture-Concert Series presents Luna Nova
Luna Nova New Music Ensemble, a
group of contemporary musicians, will be the featured performers in
the eighth event of Arkansas State University’s 2007-2008
Lecture-Concert Series. Luna Nova will present a concert
of the works of George Crumb, Toru Takemitsu, Chinary Ung, and
others, on Monday, Jan. 14, at 7:30 p.m. in Riceland Hall, Fowler
For more details,
contact Dr. Gil Fowler at ext. 2308. All
Lecture-Concert Series events are free and open to the public.
Dr. Guha publishes article in international journal
Dr. Gauri Guha, Economics, recently published an article, "A
Concurrent Evaluation of Trends in Commodity Exports, Economic
Growth, and Environmental Quality in the United States," in this
month's issue of the International Business and Economic Research
Journal. Guha's article examines the dual consequences of recent
U.S. exports, noting that economic growth is a logical motivation
for and an empirically determinable outcome of increasing exports.
The article also notes, however, that there are corresponding losses
in environmental resources.
Dr. Romero publishes chapter on whales, whaling
Aldemaro Romero, Biology, recently published a chapter on whales
and whaling in the Encyclopedia of Environment and Society, edited
by Paul Robbins and published by Sage Publications. The chapter,
co-authored with former ASU student Shelly Kannada, reviews the
world history of whaling and the current status of whale
of KAIT8 Drive for Life blood drive is today
Today is the last day of the four-day KAIT8 Drive For Life blood
drive on behalf of the American Red Cross, and blood donors are
needed urgently. Hours are 11 a.m.-5 p.m. at St. Bernards
Auditorium, 505 E. Washington Ave. There is a daily drawing for a
card, and great food and t-shirts are also available.
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