Thursday, May 7 , 2009
Community, campus attend reception for Dr. Fox
Dr. William Fox; his wife, Lynn; and his brother, David, bid farewell to members of the Canton and campus communities Thursday afternoon at a reception. Board chairman Don Gnuse and Dean Joseph Dieker thanked the Foxes for their hard work and commitment to both the college and the city. Dozens of community leaders and campus faculty and staff attended to have a few moments with the Foxes. Dr. Fox spoke of how warm and welcoming Canton and C-SC have been to his family and thanked them for their support. The Foxes leave in mid-June for Canton, N.Y., where fox becomes president of St. Lawrence University.
"American Indian Performance" class treats Canton R-V
C-SC students who recently traveled to the pueblos of New Mexico, as a part of their 3-week class, shared what they learned about Native American culture and arts in a performance at Canton R-V Thursday, May 7. For a look at what they experienced, read their blog online.
End of year reminders
Students have two options for checking out of the residence halls at the end of this year. Students can schedule a traditional check-out with their hall CA for Friday, May 8, or Saturday, May 9, from 1 - 8 p.m. Bedroom and mail keys will be accepted at this time. Students may also have an express check-out. Students need to pick up an express check-out envelope from the Student Life Office, Johnson Hall 112. Bedroom and mail keys need to be deposited in the envelope after students have cleaned and vacated the space. Students will then need to sign the envelope and drop it off to the Student Life Office during business hours. Damage and cleaning charges for those who have used express check out are non-negotiable. Students who improperly check-out of their rooms will be charged $50. This does not include the cost to replace lost or unreturned keys. This charge as well as damage charges will be posted on the student's account. Damage appeals will only be accepted through e-mail at email@example.com or fax at 573-288-6470. Appeals must be sent within 30 days after the original charge was posted.
All residential students who will be checking out of their residence halls on Saturday, May 9, will need to move their vehicles to the parking lots near Shannon and Wood Halls to accommodate incoming traffic for commencement. All student vehicles must be moved by 10 p.m. on Friday, May 8, or they will be towed at the student's expense. No vehicles are permitted to pull up to residence halls between the hours of 7 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 9. After 1 p.m. vehicles may be parked near residence halls for loading purposes.
Students will not be able to pick up mail after Friday, May 8. C-SC will forward packages and mail delivered here to your home address until June 1. After that date, mail will be returned to sender. If your summer address is different than your permanent home address, please inform Susie Sutton in the Student Life Office. All change of address/forwarding requests that have been made at your local post offices to forward mail to C-SC need to be cancelled. It is the student's responsibility to alert those who send regular mail that their summer address has changed.
T.V. channel line-up announced for next Fall
The following 39 channels are the channel that will be available next year. There are 14 administratively predetermined channels, the other 25 were the ones with the highest votes from the SGA balloting.
Campus Info Channel
Top 25 Channels (in order of most votes)
Fox Movie Channel
Canton Area Arts Council to show "A Stitch in Time and Space"
The Canton Area Arts Council will host the work of fiber artist Ann Miller Titus at the CAAC Gallery, 309 Lewis Street. A gallery opening reception will be held Friday, May 8, at 6:30 p.m. and the show will run during weekend hours until Saturday, May 23. Titus, a member if the River Road Fiber Artists, the Great River Artisans Cooperative and the Quincy Quilting Guild, has been working with fiber for many years, her most recent work reflects her interest with mapping and graphing. She layers dyed fabric and paper to create imaginary spaces that are held together by lines of stitching. She also incorporates vintage fabrics and found objects into her art.
S. Rinaudo named HAAC Baseball Player of the Year
Culver-Stockton College third baseman/pitcher Steve Rinaudo was named the Heart of America Athletic Conference Baseball Player of the Year for his play during the 2009 season. He is the third Wildcat to be named conference player of the year, joining Jason Kaiser in 1996 and Steve Zimmerman in 1997. Rinaudo, a senior from Orangevale, Calif., was named to the league's first team as a third baseman, and to the second team as a starting pitcher. Offensively, Rinaudo led the Wildcats in batting average (.389), hits (72), runs scored (64), doubles (17), triples (5), total bases (114) and slugging percentage (.616). In addition, Rinaudo had a team-best 25 multiple hit games and eight multiple RBI games. In conference games, Rinaudo hit .408 with 14 doubles, four triples and five home runs. He garnered 24 runs batted in and had a slugging percentage of .669. On the mound, Rinaudo was 4-1 with 4.02 earned run average in eight starts for the Wildcats. He pitched 40.1 innings, recording 46 strikeouts and walking 16 batters. In conference play, Rinaudo was 3-0 with a 3.58 ERA in 32.2 innings pitched. He struck out 35 and walked 11. Joining Rinaudo on the first team were second baseman Chris Rinaudo, outfielder Jack Mikel and designated hitter Sal Rivera. Named to the second team were first baseman Lucas Cramsey, relief pitcher Sean McGinnis and outfielder Kurt Kessler. Catcher Adam Enloe was an honorable mention selection. Read full story online.
Goddard, Kaltmayer named to All-HAAC softball team
Culver-Stockton College shortstop Katelin Goddard was named to the All-Heart of America Athletic Conference (HAAC) first team for the first time by league coaches in voting done at the annual softball coaches meeting in Fayette, Mo. Designated player/first baseman Danielle Kaltmayer was named to the second team for the second straight season. Pitcher Katie Thomas was an honorable mention selection. Goddard, a junior from Lewistown, Ill., recorded team-highs in batting average (.381), hits (56), runs scored (22), stolen bases (19) and multiple hit games (19) during the season. She also accumulated an 18-game hitting streak, was second on the team with 16 RBI and hit her first career home run, a grand slam at William Jewell on March 25. In league play, Goddard was even better, batting .471 with 11 runs scored and 13 RBI in 20 HAAC games. She tallied 33 of her 56 hits against conference opponents. Kaltmayer, a junior from St. Louis, Mo., batted .303 with three doubles and a team-high eight home runs during the season. She garnered a team-best 22 runs batted in and led the team with 16 walks. In conference play, Kaltmayer batted .328 with two doubles and three home runs. She added 10 RBI and was walked seven times. Thomas, a junior from Camp Point, Ill., went 12-9 with a 1.65 earned run average in 24 appearances for the Wildcats. She hurled a team-high 135.2 innings, had 17 complete games and recorded four shutouts. She also struck out 80 and walked just 13 batters. In conference play, Thomas recorded just a 5-5 league record, but had a 0.94 earned run average. She completed all 10 of her starts against conference opponents and had three shutouts.
Wildcat golfers place 5th at HAAC Championships
After a strong start, the Culver-Stockton College men's golf team settled for fifth place in the Heart of America Athletic Conference Championships held at Alvamar Golf Course in Lawrence, Kan. The Wildcats started strong and was in third place after the first round of the three-round event. Culver-Stockton carded a 319 after 18 holes and was in fourth place after 36 holes on Monday with a 646 score (319-327). Culver-Stockton ended the tournament by shooting a 332 on the final day to end the event at 978, 114-over par. Lindenwood won the title with a 54-hole total of 918 or 54-over par. Missouri Valley was second (934/+70); William Jewell was third (969/+105); Evangel was fourth (978/+106) followed by the Wildcats, and then Graceland (983/+119) and Baker (1000/+136). Individually, three Wildcats, Jacob Newton, Brice Baker and Matt Sigman, tied for 14th place with 14-over par 244 scores. Tad Luebbenhusen tied for 21st place with a score of 246, or 30-over par. Craig Gibson of Missouri Valley earned medalist honors with a score of 223 or seven-over par.