Oct. 13, 2003
Daedalus Quartet, Tuesday,
Oct. 14, 7:30 p.m.,
Fine Arts Center
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Alumni Center to be a reality
ASU Alumni Association announced a $2 million gift last week from
Charlotte and Darrell Cooper of Clarkston, Mich., and Reno, Nev.
Both Charlotte and Darrell Cooper are 1964 graduates of ASU and
are life members of the ASU Alumni Association. He was named a
Distinguished Alumnus in 2000. The contribution was given toward the
construction of a $5 million, 20,000 square-foot Alumni Center. The
facility, which will be called Cooper Alumni Center, will be built on
the grounds near the lake across from the pavilion. The area is known to
many ASU alumni as the site of the “old pavilion.”
to read more about the Coopers and their gift.
Former President Bill Clinton here
on Oct. 28
The Liberty Bank Distinguished
Lecture Series will be inaugurated this fall at ASU with an address by
former U.S. President Bill Clinton on Tuesday, Oct. 28, at 12:45 p.m. in
Riceland Hall of Fowler Center. A majority of the seating in
Riceland Hall will be designated for ASU students; visiting high school
students will be seated in the theatre and watch the speech by closed
circuit television. Tickets for the remaining seats will be available
through a random selection process. Tickets are free, but everyone
attending must have a ticket. To be added to the list of those wanting
to obtain tickets, interested persons should call 910-8154 between 9
a.m. and 5 p.m. today or tomorrow (Tuesday, Oct. 14).
Callers may request a maximum of two tickets each.
Torchbearer Campaign lifts off!
The ASU Torchbearer '04 campaign has achieved lift off status with more
than 300 members. Did you miss take-off? All current and retired
faculty and staff are eligible to join and it's not too late to board.
Everyone should have received a brochure by now; if not, please contact
the Development Office at 972-3940 or
email@example.com and they
will gladly furnish materials or information. If you have a
brochure but just haven't taken the time to fill it out, now is the time
to do so and return it to the Development Office.
Torchbearers is your opportunity to support academics
at ASU. Every college, academic department, and most programs
(such as Delta National Small Prints Exhibition, ASU Museum, Library
Enrichment, and KASU) have their own fund in the ASU Foundation that you
can designate for your gift. Every dollar you give goes
directly into that fund. The minimum gift to be a Torchbearer is $50 by
check, cash, or payroll deduction. The painless way to achieve
this gift is a continuous year-round payroll deduction of $2.
Membership privileges include a Torchbearer lanyard for
your ID badge and an invitation to the Nov. 12 afternoon reception at
Fowler Center. All members' names will be placed in a drawing
for 30 prizes, including a Peabody Little Rock bed and breakfast
package, a Joey Glaub photo session and wall portrait, lunch (pie
included) at Carr's, a ConAgra camo cooler, or a day at The Pink Palace
Strong-Turner Honors Day is
Honors Day will be this Saturday as African-American high school seniors
visit the campus for a day of activities.
An academic fair will be held from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. on the
lower level of the Dean B. Ellis Library.
All academic departments are asked to participate by displaying
information about their programs and by having a faculty member on hand
to answer questions. Those planning to set up a table should email Dr.
Veda McClain at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a space.
Who’s Who nominations due
The 2003-‘04 application/nomination forms
for Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges are
available through the Student Life office, Student Affairs, the Reng
Center, or the deans’ offices. Faculty
should encourage outstanding students to complete an application for
this prestigious honor.
The applications are due Oct. 24 in the Student Life, Room 202,
Daedalus Quartet to perform tomorrow
Tuesday, the Daedalus Quartet will perform in the Fine Arts Center
Recital Hall at 7:30 p.m., and admission is free. For their program,
Daedalus, a string quartet, will perform works by Haydn, Hindemith and
Beethoven. The ASU Lecture~Concert Series presents diverse programs to
enrich the cultural life of the campus, community and region. All
programs are free and open to the public. The next presentation in the
Lecture~Concert Series will be vibraphonist Jon Metzgar on Tuesday, Dec.
2, in Riceland Hall of Fowler Center.
Choir and Chamber Singers to perform
The ASU Department of
Music will present the Concert Choir and Chamber Singers in a fall
choral concert Tuesday, Oct. 21, at 7:30 p.m. in Riceland Hall at Fowler
Center. The ASU choirs will be joined by the Madrigals of Nettleton High
School and Encore of Paragould High School. Prior
to the concert, a silent auction will be held in the Grand Hall of the
Fowler Center at 6:30 p.m. to help defray the choir's expenses when the
travel to New York in March 2004 to sing in Carnegie Hall.
Humanities & Social
Sciences moves to new
In case you missed the email, the
Dean's Office for the College of Humanities & Social Sciences is now
located in Wilson Hall, Room 202. The
new telephone number is 972-3973 and the fax number is 972-3976.
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