Thursday, 3 April 2014 CBU
School of Sciences Charity Volleyball Game
6:30 p.m. in CBU's
Canale Arena. The traditional rivalry continues!
Youth & Vitality
Youth and Vitality
vs. Old Age & Deceit (Faculty,
Alumni, & Staff):
Youth and Vitality:Tri-Beta,
ACS, and other SOS students
Old Age & Deceit:
Faculty, alumni, and various "ringers"
2014 Results: Sad to say the Youth and Vitality of
the students won out over the Old Age
& Deceit of the faculty.
- A report from Dr. Johnny Holmes, School of Sciences Dean: "The
Faculty/Alumni/Staff team won the first game, but couldn’t hold off the
Students who won the next three in close contests. The Faculty
were somewhat hobbled this year due to the fact that several younger
faculty were at home with babies (Dr. King, Dr. Moore, Dr. Trimboli).
But of course the students were somewhat weighed down by the load
of work that the Faculty had assigned them." -- CBU School of Sciences Newsletter, April 2014 edition.
- "All donations as well as raffle sales went to support the Church Health
Center for the outstanding work that this organization has done for our
community. The total amount raised for the Church Health Center was an
outstanding $450! Thank you to all who came out to support such an
amazing organization." -- Article in the 5 May 2014 CBU Connection
Old Age &
- Special thanks to
the student volunteers.
2014: Coached by Dr. Mary
Ogilvie (Biology), the Old
Age & Deceit team included: Dr. Johnny Holmes, Dr.
William Peer (Chemistry), Dr. John Smarrelli
CBU), David Tran (Chemistry Alum).
Youth and Vitality team: Kevin
Pham, Elton Banks, Brent McGlaughlin, Matt Brint, JD Wolfe, Whitney Stepter,
Ellen Garner, Sushma Kalava, Katie Robinson, Anna Birg, Solomon Almiri,
and Michelle Pleasant.
Tomlinson was the MC and Hannah Kurtz was the referee.
Beta Beta at CBU
beta beta is
biology honor society for undergraduates.
"Beta Beta Beta (TriBeta)
is a society for students, particularly undergraduates, dedicated to improving
the understanding and appreciation of biological study and extending boundaries
of human knowledge through scientific research."
winning CBU (Mu Tau) Chapter of beta
also serves as a Biology Club welcoming interested students to participate
in a variety of social and career related activities.
Dr. Ogilvie is the faculty
advisor for BBB.
Tau Chapter Officers for 2013-14:
President: Kevin Pham
President of Membership: Elton Banks
President of Programming: JD Wolfe
Brent McGlaughin and
Emi Alautinen and
Katie Robinson and
Damien Stevenson and Solomon
Bailey Smith and
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