Oct 9, 2013
JEFF CHU, author of "Does Jesus Really Love Me? A Gay Christian's Pilgrimage in Search of God in America" will be speaking at Kutztown University on Oct. 10, at 4:30 p.m. in MSU 218. A book signing will follow at 5:30 p.m. Activist and author Dan Savage wrote in his April 11, 2013 NYTimes book review that "...Chu has written a fascinating, thoughtful and important book. He captures the fractures and conflict at a moment when the issue of what to do with L.G.B.T. people is tearing Christian denominations apart. "Does Jesus Really Love Me?" deserves to be widely read."
Due to unforeseen circumstances Kutztown University chapter of ZTA has cancelled the Campus Community Yard Sale originally scheduled for this Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013.
We erred and announced the wrong names as our winners for our Amazing Language Race and the Reverse Scavenger Hunt.
Devin Spence (2014), Briana Norton, and Waskar Paulino finished first in our Reverse Scavenger Hunt on Thursday, Sept. 26.
The team that came in first was "Los Oros" and the students were JoAnn McLaughlin (2014), Taylor Stone (2015), Kelsey Halligan (2015) and Jozel Bryant (2015). The photo was of the correct team http://www.flickr.com/photos/87132065@N03/10024010386/sizes/c/in/set-72157636057843015/.
Please help us in congratulating these students, and our apologies to all for the error printed in the Daily Brief on Tuesday.
Deanne Cobb-Zygadlo, director, Language Resource Center
America's Music film series comes to Kutztown. On Friday, October 11 at 6:30 pm in Schaeffer 13G see documentaries on Swing Jazz (a segment of the Ken Burns series on jazz) and on a multi-racial women's band from the 1940s called the International Sweethearts of Rhythm, with discussion following led by Dr. R. Todd Rober of the Kutztown music faculty, and then a performance by a combo of KU jazz students. This is the third in a six-part film series called America's Music, a project of the Tribeca Film Institute, funded by a National Endowment for the Humanities grant and organized by the Lower Macungie Library. The other five events are taking place across the Lehigh Valley. See http://www.lowermaclib.org/main/adult_book_groups.cfm#ART_249 for more information on the entire series.
R. Todd Rober, associate professor, Department of Music
Geography of Pennsylvania Field Trip - Please excuse the following students from class today, Wednesday, Oct. 9 and allow them to complete any work missed as a result of this mandatory trip: Andrew Bischof, Justin Burker, Tara Cherwony, Patricia DelGrosso, Charles Dombrowsky, Mandy Fenno, Hannah Frey, Samuel Frey, Sarah Fullerton, Joe Gess, Philip Godschall, Alicia Hornberger, Cory Kotyuk, Nicholas Mann, David Matejka, James May, Tyler Smarr, Lauren Smith, Rebecca Vanderwerf, Zackery Wilson, Jon Yeager.
Robert C. Ziegenfus, professor, Geography
GOLDEN BEAR ATHLETICS
GOLDEN BEAR CLUB SPORTS
Kutztown Men's Rugby jumped two spots in the national rankings to number 4 after a 45-15 win over nationally-ranked Davenport University Saturday. Kutztown heads to State College this Saturday at 2 p.m. to face the Nittany Lions of Penn State who are currently ranked 5th in the nation. This will be the first East Conference game of the year. View coverage of KU men's rugby at http://www.d1arugby.com.
Kutztown Ice Hockey travels to Kalamazoo, Michigan, this weekend to take on Louisville, Texas State and Dayton Universities. You can follow their progress on Twitter at @kutztownhockey or online at www.kutztownhockey.com. Go Golden Bears!