Volume VI, Number XVI
|An E-News Service of Bethany College||
December 7, 2012
that treats young children in sub-Saharan Africa for parasitic worms that can cause anemia and even long-term developmental problems. It only takes $5 for them to protect a child for 10 years.
The students involved in the bake sale were Amber Ridings, Jared Roque, Allison Snyder, Cameron Cooper, Alexander Tyre, Peter Franklin, Evan Sargo, Kelly Becquet and Johntel Coleman.
In the picture are Dr. David Youngberg, adviser to the economics club; Dr. Anju Ramjee, adviser to the business and accounting club, Franklin, Cooper, Sargo, Tyre and Coleman.
Chad Barnett, headmaster of Linsley School and a Bethany alumnus, was the guest speaker. Following the ceremony, Angela Icard, assistant professor of education and Kappa Delta Pi adviser, introduced the new officers for the coming year: Chelsea Benson, president; Allison Pegg, vice-president; Jessica Miller, secretary; and Brenna Anderson, treasurer.
Selection as a member of Kappa Delta Pi is based on high academic achievement, commitment to education as a career, and a professional attitude that assures steady growth in the profession. Students must have sophomore status and have completed 12 credits in education with a 3.25 GPA to be considered for membership. The Alpha Beta Tau Chapter at Bethany College was installed on Oct. 24, 2004, and has inducted more than 200 members.
Bethany Professors Participate in International Studies Workshops
The event was titled “Global Crises, 2012” and was held at the Lakeview Resort and Conference Center in Morgantown, W.Va. The annual workshops focused on the following four sessions: “The Dynamics of Violence and Human Rights in Latin America,” moderated by session chair Lovano; “Youth and Transformation: How Young People are Grappling with Change in Eastern Europe, East Asia, and the Arab World;” “Energy, Resources and Crisis,” attended by Menz, who is Bethany College’s institutional representative to FACDIS; and “It’s All About Economics,” attended by Ramjee.
Traditional Tea Ceremony Held
During the event, the Japanese Culture Club presented a direct image of the ceremony. Professor Fujiko Sawtarie hosting with Mr. Nobuyuki Tanaka, Ms. Nobuko Felt, and Club members serving as demonstrators with opportunities for audience members to partake in the ritual following the demonstration. Commentary was provided by Professor Sachiko Wood. The club provided a dinner of yakisoba following the demonstration in Harder Hall.
2013 Girls High Schools FUTSAL Tournament to be Held
The tournament will be played using FUTSAL goals and the lines on the court as boundaries. The tournament will be a six-on-six format and games will last 32 minutes and will have a continuous clock. Each team will be allowed a maximum of 10 girls on the roster. The cost of the tournament is $250 per team.
The deadline for registration is Dec. 22, click here for a registration form. For more information, contact Peter Parikakis at 304.829.7031 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Each member of the team will receive a t-shirt.
Contributed by Katherine Shelek-Furbee
Humanities — Religious Studies
Humanities — English
More details to follow in future issues of the Old Main Journal.
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