|Verse of the Week
"Consequently, you are no longer foreigners and strangers, but fellow citizens with God's people and also members of his household."
Ephesians 2:19 (NIV)
Volleyball and soccer begin their seasons this week. Check out the home openers:
Tues, Sept 6 vs Centenary College
7 pm in the Solheim Arena
Thurs, Sept 8 vs Dallas
5:30 pm at the South Intramural Field
Sat, Sept 10 at the UT Tyler Invitational in Tyler, TX
*Come out and cheer your YellowJackets as LeTourneau aims to pack Solheim for the first volleyball Spirit Day. The 2011-12 Game Day t-shirts will be handed out for the first time this semester as the 'Jacket volleyball team makes their first appearance at home. There will be in-game competitions and a variety of prizes, including free gasoline cards.
*The 2011-12 season will also mark the beginning of the Fall dorm floor competition. When you sign in at any LeTourneau soccer or volleyball competition this season, mark down your dorm and floor; the floor with the highest attendance during the fall sports seasons will win $250!
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Welcome to the first edition of The Communicator--a newsletter designed by students, for students. Our hope is that this becomes a valuable resource for you, mapping out the activities for the week and giving you the information you want to know. If you have questions, events to share, or things you'd like to know, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org
As an educational institution, LETU is planning some special activities to commemorate the 10th anniversary of 9/11. Students this fall were as young as 6 years old when the twin towers fell, the Pentagon was attacked and others died in a field in Pennsylvania. Our goal is to create memorable events to educate and brings us together, as well as to give honor to first responders for the work they do.
- Thursday, Sept. 8, Faculty Forum, 7 p.m., Education Center, Rooms 117 & 120.
- Friday, Sept. 9, 9/11 Memorial "We Remember" chapel with Corey Ross, Belcher Center, 10:50 a.m.
- Saturday, Sept. 10, Longview Blitz to assist first responders and veterans at locations around town, 8 a.m. - noon.
- Monday, Sept. 12, "Honoring Our Troops" chapel with Steve Russell, the Navy Seal who found Saddam Hussein, Belcher Center, 10:50 a.m.Try using casnterest for your readers.
|Intramurals Begin This Week!
With a new director and an online registration and scheduling system, the perennial favorite of LETU students should prove to be the best year yet. Be sure to get your teams signed up by the deadline and stay up-to-date on the new Intramural Website
|Student Center Focus Groups
As mentioned in the Student Government Chapel, planning has been underway on a new Student Center. The need for a space for students to call their own--to study, to hang out, to build community--is an important reality for Dr. Lunsford and the President's Cabinet. Enough plans were developed to enable University Development to begin raising funds. In the meantime, there is a great need for student input.
There will be one large group meeting where anyone and everyone can attend to hear the plans and share ideas. That will be Thursday, Sept 22 at 7 pm in MSC-3.
If you're interested in being interviewed in a focus group the week of Sept 19, please email email@example.com
and let us know.
|Save Lives, Give Blood |
Carter Bloodcare will be on campus, September 15, 2011 in MSC-3, to receive donations. You can make an appointment by clicking here or you can just stop by.
|Bandwidth Management System|
Based on feedback from the student body, Information Technology and Student Affairs have collaborated to develop a bandwidth management system that provides students the best available bandwidth based on the usage of the community at that moment.
Returning students will recognize that the 24-hour regulative window has been eliminated. While there may no longer be a daily "cap" on bandwidth, our network is still a utility that is finite and must be shared responsibly among the student community.
IT will continue to monitor general usage patterns and adapt the management system to meet individual and community needs. For more detailed information, visit the LETU IT Knowledgebase.
|Representing Christ in Filesharing
Your help in representing yourself, LeTourneau University, and the cause of Christ is very important to me. It is easy to rationalize away our integrity as we consider file sharing. Our team counts it a privilege to provide technology services for your use in your academic pursuit here at LeTourneau University. Along with this provision of services comes responsibility to use what is provided in accordance with applicable Federal and State laws.
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