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From: jane mary (mjart49_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Mar 26 2003 - 16:57:32 PST





I mixed all kinds of colors when I painted a mural at my public library. They mixed well . I bought all my paint from the reject section at Home Depot. I did have to buy a shade of red, blue, and a very dark brown. You can check it out by scrolling down to alumni spotlight. MJ

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>From: "Jenny Giessler"
>To:
>Subject: NEWS@NAZ - March 2003
>Date: Fri, 14 Mar 2003 13:13:31 -0500
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>We want to hear what you think of this newsletter and our Web site . Drop us a line at alumni@naz.edu.
>
>In this month's issue:
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>- NPR's Juan Williams to speak at 2003 Commencement
>- Eastman Kodak Pledges $300,000 to Capital Campaign
>- Real World 101 for Seniors
>- Mardi Gras in "Naz" Orleans
>- Students Spend Spring Break Serving Those in Need
>- Students Find Unique Ways to Raise Funds for Charities
>- Nominations for Outstanding Alumni Award Sought
>- Spring Phonathon is Back
>- Alumni Spotlight
>- Upcoming Events
>- Athletics Report
>- Subscription Information
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>- NPR's Juan Williams to Speak at 2003 Commencement
>One of America's leading journalists, Juan Williams, will be the college's 2003 Commencement speaker for both the undergraduate and graduate ceremonies on May 10, 2003, on the campus' east lawn. Williams is a senior correspondent for National Public Radio's (NPR) "Morning Edition." From 2000-2001, Williams hosted NPR's national call-in show, "Talk of the Nation." Read more about Williams .
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>- Eastman Kodak Pledges $300,000 to Capital Campaign
>Nazareth's Capital Campaign received a boost in its efforts to raise $20 million for campus expansion when Eastman Kodak announced a $300,000 gift to the campaign in February. This is the largest gift by a corporation to the campaign to date.
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>- Real World 101 for Seniors
>Seniors were offered a taste of the real world on March 1, when they took part in the second annual "S.O.S.-Saving Our Seniors" program. The workshop, which is sponsored by the Offices of Career Services and Alumni Relations, offered seniors strategies to tackle a variety of post-graduation issues. Alumni panelists and presenters offered sessions on job search issues, first year success, graduate school adjustments, apartment hunting, car shopping, insurance issues, financial management, and men's/women's fashion. Seniors also learned the finer points of dining during a special etiquette luncheon.
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>- Mardi Gras in "Naz" Orleans
>Students, faculty and staff members enjoyed traditional New Orleans' Mardi Gras fare and entertainment last Tuesday, as the campus celebrated "Fat Tuesday." While enjoying jambalaya, gumbo, Po boy sandwiches, dirty rice, bread pudding, and king cakes, community members were entertained by renowned pianist and Rochester favorite Gap Mangione. The event, now in its fifth year, is sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Affairs.
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>- Students Spend Spring Break Serving Those in Need
>Each spring, Nazareth's Campus Ministry Department offers students the opportunity to spend their Spring Break on a service trip. This year, students had the choice of two trips, one to Nazareth Farm in West Virginia and the other to Clairvaux Farm in Maryland. Clairvaux Farm is a 20-acre place of refuge for homeless men and women, including families with children. Nazareth students live on site and assist with projects on the farm. At Nazareth Farm, students work on home repair and construction, tutoring, and care for the elderly and isolated in Appalachia.
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>- Students Find Unique Ways to Raise Funds for Charities
>Students are devoting their time to more than their studies this spring. Several groups have organized events to raise funds for various worthy causes.
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>Students in the Physical Therapy Program are holding a special "Massage-A-Thon" on March 21 & 22 to raise money for the charity "Olivia's Fight." At seven months old, Olivia Williams recently became the youngest person ever to receive a multi-organ transplant. Read more .
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>Music students are hosting a "Naz Idol" competition, Friday, March 21, 7 p.m. in the Shults Center Forum. Just like the popular TV show, students pre-audition and perform before a live audience on the night of the competition. Seats for "Naz Idol" are open to the public, and tickets are $5 at the door. Admission includes food and drink. All proceeds will be split among the Nazareth Music Educator's Club, the Music Educator's National Conference, and Hope Hall's Music Department. The "Naz Idol" competition coincides with Music in Our Schools Month.
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>Members of Nazareth's Chapter of the Freshmen Honor Society, Phi Eta Sigma, will be holding a book drive to provide reading materials to several Rochester area women and men's shelters, including Women's Place, Sanctuary House and the Francis Center. The drive will be held Monday, March 17 through Friday, March 21. Drop-off is the Information Desk, located in the Shults Center Forum. Books of greatest need are novels, non-fiction material, children's books and cookbooks.
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>- Nominations for Outstanding Alumni Award Sought
>The deadline for nominations for this year's Outstanding Alumni Awards has been extended to May 1. If you know of a Nazareth College graduate who is deserving of this honor, please consider nominating him or her. Alumni may be nominated for achievements in one of the following categories: Professional, Personal or Community Service. Recipients will be honored at Reunion 2003, September 26 and 27. To obtain a copy of the nomination form, visit or contact the Alumni Relations Office at 585-389-2472.
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>- Spring Phonathon is Back
>It's Phonathon time.and our own Nazareth students are back on the phones. Beginning March 23rd they will be calling to let you know how you can support Nazareth College and offer our students the best education possible. Last year many of our alumni indicated they would like to speak with current Nazareth students and we've listened. We are pleased to tell you that current students will make these calls from campus! Thank you in advance for your support. If you have any questions, please call Mary Ellen Nixon '98 in the Development Office at 585-389-2414 or email at menixon@naz.edu.
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>- Alumni Spotlight
>Storybooks characters have come to life for children visiting the Cooley Storytime Room of the Cranberry Library in Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania. Alumna Mary Jane Roberts Hadley '72 spent much of last summer and spring painting an expansive and entertaining mural in the new children's library and reading room. Mary Jane painted nine beloved characters, including Harry Potter and Winnie-the-Pooh, along with Eloise from Eloise in Paris, Clara from Sweet Clara and the Freedom Quilt, and characters from The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses and The Five Chinese Brothers. Mary Jane is an elementary school art teacher.
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>- Upcoming Events
> Campus Events
>Thursday, March 20: The Honors Program is proud to present renowned embryologist, professor, and author Anne Fausto-Sterling as this semester's distinguished lecturer. The lecture, which is free and open to the public, is at 7 p.m. in the Shults Center Forum. Fausto-Sterling is a professor of Biology and Women's Studies in the Department of Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, and Biochemistry at Brown University. Her lecture is based on her recent book Sexing the Body: Gender Politics and the Construction of Sexuality, which examines the social nature of biological knowledge about animal and human sexuality. Read more about the lecture .
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>Saturday, March 22: The William H. Shannon Chair in Catholic Studies at Nazareth College is sponsoring an all-day conference on the theological, moral, social, and ethical aspects of human cloning. The conference, titled "Human Cloning and Stem Cell Research: A Catholic Approach," takes place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Shults Center Forum. It is free and open to the public. Read more about the conference .
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>Wednesday, April 9: Dr. Michael Berkowitz, a renowned scholar of Jewish History, is speaking at the college at 7 p.m., in the Shults Center Forum as part of Jewish Awareness Week. His lecture is titled "Jewish Identity and the New Anti-Semitism in Europe," and is open to the public. Berkowitz will be visiting Nazareth classes on April 10. Read more about the Berkowitz lecture .
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>-Chapter Events
>Boston: Sunday, April 6. Join alumni hosts Jean McLeod Semple '61 and Stacey L. Joyce '90 for brunch at "The Boathouse" of the Newton Marriott in Newton, Massachusetts. Reunite with old friends and learn about what's new at Nazareth College from the Director of Alumni Relations, Jenny Giessler '95. The brunch is scheduled from 12 noon - 2 p.m. at the Newton Marriott. The cost is $15 per person. Please R.S.V.P. by March 24. For more information or to make your reservation visit .
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>-Alumni Travel Opportunities
>Alumni are invited to participate in two exciting opportunities for travel in the coming months:
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>Trip to Italy with the Casa Italiana staff! July 30 - August 9. The itinerary includes visits to Rome, Florence, Pisa, Siena, Venice, Sirmione, and Milan. For more details, visit .
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>Stratford, Ontario Trip 2003
>Make your reservation now for the annual Alumni & Friends trip to Stratford, Ontario October 21-22! The itinerary includes the performance of three plays, "Taming of the Shrew," "Present Laughter," and "Triple Espresso." Lodging will be at the Festival Inn, where dinner and breakfast will be included. The trip will also include a backstage tour of the Festival Theater, lunch at the historic Waterlot Inn, and shopping in St. Jacobs.
>For more information, please contact the Office of Alumni Relations, (585-389-2472) or or click on .
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>-Arts Center Performances
>Visit the Arts Center Web site for details on upcoming shows!
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>Sunday, March 16, 7 p.m.: Cherish the Ladies. Tickets are $31 with alumni discount.
>Saturday, March 22, 11 a.m. & 2 p.m.: Go Dog. Go! Children's performance. Great for children 4 and over. Tickets are $8 with alumni discount.
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>Alumni can claim a $4 discount on all Arts Center subscription series events for adults and a $1 discount on all Arts Center sponsored events for children. To order tickets and for additional information, contact the Arts Center Box Office at (585-389-2170.) Be sure to mention your alumni status.
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>- Casa Italiana Events
>Wednesday, March 19, 6 p.m.: Italian Mass and St. Joseph's Table. Fr. Michael Costanzo will preside. Mass will take place in the Otto Shults Community Center Forum. Table will follow in the Casa Italiana. Free and open to the public. Learn more about the history of St. Joseph's Day Feast < http://www.naz.edu/news/story.cfm?pressID=520>.
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>Sunday, April 6, 3 p.m.: Tasting and Sample: Oil and Wine for Life. Vincenzo Giordano and Maurizio Clemente present Italian wines, homemade olive oil and cheeses in the Casa Italiana Lounge. Tickets are $25.
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>For more information on these and other Casa Italiana programs, including the film series schedule, please call (585-389-2468), e-mail , or visit the Casa Web site .
>
>Athletics Report
>Save the date! Several events for alumni athletes are planned in the upcoming months:
>Saturday, April 12, time TBD: Women's Alumnae Soccer Game
>Saturday, May 3, time TBD: Women's Alumnae Lacrosse Picnic
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>For updates on all of the second semester action for Nazareth athletics visit the Athletics Web site .
>
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