July 24, 2006

Basic Disaster Life Support, training class,
today & tomorrow

New Student Orientation, tomorrow, all day

Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf? opens Wednesday

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Dr. Reese publishes article on 'line-item veto'
Dr. Catherine C. Reese, Political Science, had an article published in June with Dr. Thomas P. Lauth of the University of Georgia in the journal Public Budgeting & Finance titled, "The Line-Item Veto in Georgia: Fiscal Restraint or Inter-Branch Politics?"

Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf? opens this week
The second production of the 2006 Summer Children’s Theatre season by the Department of Theatre will be Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf by Tom McCabe. Join this hilarious comedy, which cleverly combines the tale of The Three Little Pigs and Little Red Riding Hood. Children and adults will delight in the whirlwind antics of the three pigs, a French Canadian woodsman, and Cornelius B.B. Wolf. This is a wonderful entertainment opportunity for the whole ASU family.
   Performance dates are Wednesday, July 26, at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., Thursday, July 27, at 10 a.m. and Friday, July 28, at 10 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sponsored by The Golden Grotto of Jonesboro, all performances will be held at Fowler Center. All seating is reserved. Tickets should be purchased in advance at the Central Box Office for $4 or by calling 972-ASU1. Tickets may also be purchased at the door (if available) on the day of the performance for $5 each. Reservations are highly recommended.

Bluegrass Monday, this evening in Paragould
The bluegrass music group Acousticatz will perform this evening at 7 p.m. in Atkins Celebration Hall, 101 South Pruett St., downtown Paragould. The concert is part of the Bluegrass Monday concert series presented by KASU. Admission is free, but KASU will “pass the hat” to collect money to pay the band. The Acousticatz are steeped in bluegrass, but also have influences of pop, jazz and country music. In 2003, the band won the Arkansas Colgate Country Showdown, qualifying to compete with other bands from around the nation. The group then placed in the top ten nationwide out of more than 100,000 entrants in the competition. This feat is even more impressive, because the talent competition was designed to find the next country music star, but the Acousticatz impressed the judges performing traditional bluegrass music.

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