A Newsletter for the Viterbo College Community
Vol. 13  No. 7  September 20, 1999

All Aboard!
The 1999-00 Employee Campaign is ready to roll! All employees are invited to attend a kickoff reception in the Murphy Center lobby from 1-3 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 23. Make sure you stop by and join us for cake and refreshments.

Look for your pledge card and more information in your mailbox today. As an incentive to participate in the campaign, we are giving away several prizes, including a Grand Prize of two round-trip train tickets to Chicago, compliments of Amtrak, along with dinner in the Signature Room on the 95th floor of the Hancock Building. To enter, simply turn in your pledge card before or during the campaign’s kickoff reception.

Last year, nearly 70% of employees showed their support by participating in the Employee Campaign. Please offer your support and keep us on the right track!
          Barry Fried, Engineer
          Employee Campaign

D.B. Reinhart Lecture Series Kicks Off in November
"Virtue in Business: What is it? Why Do We Need it?” is the subject of a Monday, Nov. 1 talk by renowned author and lecturer Marianne Jennings.
Set for 7:30 p.m. in the Viterbo College Fine Arts Center, the presentation is sponsored by the D.B. Reinhart Institute for Ethics in Leadership. It is free and open to the public.

Professor Jennings is a member of the Legal Studies in Business Department at Arizona State University and a professor of legal and ethical studies. She has written six books on ethics and her bi-weekly column for the Arizona Republic is syndicated around the country. A collection of her essays, “Nobody Fixes Real Carrot Sticks Anymore,” was published in 1994. She was given an Arizona Press Club award in 1994 for her work as a feature columnist and she is business issues commentator on "All Things Considered" for National Public Radio.

Jennings is the first of four speakers who will be on the Viterbo campus this academic year as part of the lecture series.

Celebrating St. Francis
Join us on Monday, Oct. 4 to celebrate, through mass and shared activities, the life of St. Francis of Assisi, in whose spirit the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration and members of the Viterbo community shape their lives.
In order for students and faculty to attend these events, all 11 a.m., noon and 1 p.m. classes are canceled that day but will resume at 2 p.m.

Schedule of Events
11 a.m.    Mass in St. Rose Convent Chapel
12 p.m.    Lunch in Marian Hall (Lunch is free but tickets need to be picked up at the Murphy Center front desk from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. between Wednesday, Sept. 22                 and Tuesday, Sept. 28. Tickets are for employees and students only.)
2-3 p.m.  St. Rose Convent Chapel Tours
4 p.m.     Prayer Service, College Church
5 p.m.     Blessing of the Animals in Assisi Courtyard

Student Government Roster Update
Following are the elected student government officers for 1999-00 and the constituencies they represent:
Dana Pukrop, President; Wyatt Biel, Vice President; Cassandra Becwar, Secretary; Sam Hinton, Business Manager; Ann Borst, Senior Representative; Theresa Hoeger, Junior Representative; Nick Johnson, Sophomore Representative; Neil Blalock, Marita Hoeger, and Rebecca Timmerman, Freshman Representatives; Tony DePaolo, Sarah Johnson, and Juan Jimenez, Commuter Representatives; Matt Ida and Sarah Rahn, At-Large Representatives; Fr. Tom O’Neill, Administrative Advisor; Dr. Kim Fredricks, Faculty Liaison.

You're Invited
Brad Hodges, from U.W.-Stout’s Rehabilitation Center, will join us Thursday, Sept. 23 to share some insights into working with visually-challenged students. He will meet with the Music Department at noon in the Hospitality Suite and with any other interested Viterbo faculty, administration and staff from 2- 3 p.m. in the Robers Conference Room.
Brad is a ‘70s graduate of St. John’s University in Collegeville, MN and is blind. He is an advocate for blind students, and has been an excellent resource for us. Your attendance and participation at Thursday’s session is welcome.
For more information, contact Wayne Wojciechowski at ext. 3085.

Arts and Entertainment
• “A Flea in Her Ear,” classic French farce by Georges Feydeau, in a new translation set in America in the 1960s. Friday-Saturday, Oct. 8-9, 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, Oct. 10, 2 p.m., FAC Main Theatre. Tickets are $12/$9.
• Graphic Design Show, featuring works by five artists, through Friday, Sept. 24. Third Floor Gallery, FAC.

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