Christopher’s open today
Due to Tuesday’s campus closing, Christopher’s Restaurant will have a slightly different menu today from 11 a.m.–12:15 p.m. in Eibling Hall Room 05. Check out the menu here!
Theater group names two for awards
Frank Barnhart, Directing Award winner for two plays in 2009.
The cast of "How I Learned to Drive" with Acting Award winner Jourdan Sanderson, (seated at center) and Director Nancy Kephart, far left.
The Central Ohio Theatre Roundtable recently gave Frank Barnhart, adjunct faculty member in Theater, the Directing Award for his Theatre Columbus State production of “The Shape of Things.” Barnhart also received an award for his direction of “Parade,” presented by the Gallery Players.
Columbus State student Jourdan Sanderson was given the Acting Award for her work in “How I Learned to Drive,” a Theatre Columbus State production directed by Nancy Kephart, professor in Communication.
Computer repair class to donate PCs to veterans group
FreeGeeks @ CSCC will donate two PCs this quarter to Combat Vets for their fund raiser that benefits Fisher House. Fisher House provides free or low-cost lodging to veterans and military families receiving treatment at military medical centers.
FreeGeeks @ CSCC combines a traditional class with hands-on experience and service to the community. The students refurbish old PC equipment and grant them out to students in need. This also helps ensure that the equipment is given a new home so that it doesn't end up in a landfill.
FreeGeeks @ CSCC can use your unwanted computer equipment. Donations are tax deductible. Some of the items the FreeGeeks are looking for include:
1 GHz processor or better, 512 Mb of RAM memory or better
LCD (flat panel) or CRT’s, (working monitors only please)
Routers, Hubs, Switches
Handheld devices, such as Palm Pilots
For more information, contact Debra Dyer, Faculty, EET/Computer Electronics, at email@example.com
The Bookstore is stretching Presidents Day
Reminder: Arts & Science Lecture today
The Arts & Science Lecture Series will hear from Bob Fitrakis, Professor in Social Sciences, today at 1 p.m. in the Conference Center Ballroom on the fourth floor of WD. Fitrakis will give a presentation titled: To the Shores of Tripoli: Colonel al-Gaddafi's Legacy in the Post 9/11 World.” The presentation is free and open to the public.
Fitrakis recently joined a human rights delegation to Libya with former Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney and other journalists. Fitrakis will speak about his trip to Tripoli, his observations on the 40th anniversary of the Libyan revolution, and the legacy of Colonel Muammar Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi, whom he met in his tent.