Thursday, November 1, 2007
New partnership increases visibility with young marketRespond now for free tickets to tonight’s Eddie Money concert
Several new Columbus State signs—up to 10 feet by 6 feet in size—at Lifestyle Communities Pavilion, Newport Music Hall, The Basement, and The House of Crave will feature a dancing Christopher Columbus, colorful backgrounds, and the slogan, “Education that Rocks,” (a play on the college tagline, “Education that Works”).
The artwork was created by Institutional Advancement’s Giselle White and Paul Rehg.
“We have some very talented designers on our staff who created signs that grab your attention and are extremely appropriate for the PromoWest venues. The vast majority of their shows appeal to a young audience,” says Will Kopp, VP of Institutional Advancement.
Kopp says the “Education that Rocks” tagline will be used only at the PromoWest venues.
As part of the sponsorship, the college will also have a number of tickets to PromoWest concerts, which will be given to students through a variety of promotions.
The first concert under the new partnership is tonight’s Eddie Money show at Lifestyle Communities Pavilion, and 12 free tickets are being made available to Columbus State employees. The first six Columbus State faculty or staff who respond to email@example.com will each receive two free tickets.
Visiting Authors Series presents author of “Dumb Things We Write”The Columbus State's Visiting Authors Workshop program welcomes Clint Friedley, author of “101 Dumb Things We Write,” and “I Feel Badly and I Enjoyed Myself,” Saturday, November 10, from 2–4:30 p.m. in NH Seminar Room D. The workshop is free and open to the public.
Friedley is a grammarian as well as a professional speaker and seminar presenter. His two books are widely used in high schools and businesses as guides to good English.
Originally from Flint, Mich., Rashid says “I started drawing before learning how to walk really. From what my father conveyed to me, at the age of two, I began drawing figures on paper. From there I was encouraged to expand on my art and concentrated on fine art projects and large presentational pieces. At the age of eight, I was exposed to comic books and became fascinated by the idea of mythology of the characters and history of the world projected on those pages.”
Rashid said while he was an undergraduate at the College of Wooster, he read about superstitions and mythologies, “to get a better understanding of the world’s cultures and similarities in the things that ‘go bump in the night.’”
The exhibition will be on display in the Art Gallery North area of ERC located on Level 1 of Columbus Hall through November.
With the regular season completed, the Cougar women’s volleyball team will travel to the Region 12 Tournament this weekend at Grand Rapids Community College in Michigan. The team finished the regular season at 27–10 and is seeded fourth in the regional tournament.
Head volleyball coach Scott Nichols was named the Ohio Community College Athletic Association (OCCAC) 2007 Volleyball Co-Coach of the Year. Michelle Hammond and Amanda Warrick were named to the OCCAC All-Conference Volleyball Team, and Mariah Alford was named to the OCCAC Honorable Mention Team. Hammond also was recently named National Setter of the Week by the NJCAA Div. II, as well as Conference Player of the Week in OCCAA Div. II.
In the first game of the tournament on Friday, the team will take on third-seeded Schoolcraft Community College. Good luck to the Cougars!
In-service session on November 5 for nursing license renewal Jan Lanier, Director of Health Policy at the Ohio Nurses Association will speak to the 7th-quarter student nurses on Monday, November 5, from 1- 2 p.m. The content in this in-service will meet the mandatory law requirement for nursing license renewal.