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The Advanced Event Planning class, under the direction of Business Communication professor Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus,  collaborated with the Offices of Alumni Affairs and Athletics to host VillaFest, a spring fling event welcoming alumni, students, parents, staff, faculty and friends of the university. The weather cooperated, offering lots of sun and cool breezes, and all of the monies raised during the event were donated to the Cool Kids Campaign, under the management of CEO and SU alum Chris Federico.

Stevenson alums came back to visit, the beach volleyball team had a great tournament, and lots of good sports (including Dr. Bell McManus and student Steven Thomas --seen below) took their turn in the dunk tank. It was a day filled with lighthearted happiness. Congratulations to all who helped make the day a success! (Photos from the Alumni Office and various Facebook pages)

Two of Business Communication's professors and Faculty in the Halls mentors, Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus and Chip Rouse, hosted a ChickFilA night on Thursday, April 6, 2017, for their first-year residents in Western Run Hall. The event corresponded with pre-registration preparation, so the faculty could answer any questions from the first-year students and help calm their jitters about fall schedules. It was a great success, as students found the Hall of Fame room in Caves by following the delicious scent. Many students stayed for the men's volleyball game afterwards.

Business Communication professors Leeanne Bell McManus and Chip Rouse joined the other first-year Faculty in the Halls mentors for a terrific tailgate picnic on a cold but sunny Saturday in April in the first-year residence Quad. The first-year Success Coaches joined in on the fun that included raffles, grilled picnic food, cheese nachos and dessert treats. Professors Laurel Moody, Romas Laskauskas, and Art Fifer were serving up the food, talking with the residents, and joining in the dancing.  Missing from the event (and missed as well) was Business Communication Professor Christine Noya, who was there in spirit with everyone.

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