Congratulations to sophomore soccer forward Lauren Spivey, who scored the Mustangs' second goal of the game against Lycoming College on Oct. 7. It was also her second goal of the 2015 season, and helped the Mustangs to a 3-1 victory. Congratulations, Lauren! (Photo from gomustangsports.com)
Business Communication News
The Business Communication students in Lambda Pi Eta -- as well as those eligible for induction in the spring -- were putting on their creative hats for "Mustangs Make a Difference" Day, a campus-wide event dedicated to community service. The students in Lambda Pi Eta sponsored a station where all students could sit down and create a card or two for the children and families helped out by the "Cool Kids Campaign."
After the event, nearly 200 cards will be sent to the oprganization that is headed by a Stevenson/Villa Julie alumni, Chris Federico. The Cool Kids Campaign is "devoted to improving the quality of life for pediatric oncology patients and their families by focusing on the academic, social and emotional needs brought on by a cancer diagnosis," according to its website. The entire day's event demonstrated how many students want to get involved in community service. (Photos courtesy of Lanie Swanhart)
Leeanne Bell McManus and Chip Rouse, the Faculty in the Halls mentors for Western Run residence hall, enjoyed a night of Chick-fil-A and men's soccer on Tuesday, Oct. 6, with their residents. The students had dinner with their mentors on the patio at the end of the football field, where they were afforded a great view of the soccer game v. Lycoming and enjoyed some chicken nuggets, salad, cookies, snacks, and other goodies. It was a great night to be a Mustang!
Congratulations to Gage Markley, Emily Rosenthal, Emma Ragon and Kimberly Hahr who were invited to attend the President's Dinner on Sept. 25. The night honored donors who have given $500 or more to Stevenson University. The BizComms welcomed and interacted with guests, facilitated discussion at the dinner table and served as liasons for Career Services. Great job all, and thank you for continuing to successfully represent our major! (Photo courtesy of Judy Jackson)
Be on the lookout for our sock drive collection on the Greenspring campus! Dubbed Socktober, the drive will collect donations in order to buy and send socks to those in need. A $1 donation will donate one pair of socks to an individual at Helping Up Mission, a non-profit organization in Baltimore.
Lambda Pi Eta will be collecting donations at their table on Oct. 7 for Mustangs Make a Difference Day and continuing their collection throughout October. Please consider making a donation!