New chapel seat assignments begin.
Fall 2013 preregistration activities begin and will continue through April 30.
Student tickets for Living Gallery will be available Monday at noon until 5 p.m. and Tuesday from 7:30 a.m. until 5 p.m.
Tuesday, 5 p.m., Stratton Hall
Radio talk show host Mike Gallagher will address students in the combined forums of Communication and Journalism and Mass Communication on Tuesday, March 26, at 5 p.m. in Stratton Hall. Gallagher, radio personality for WGTK, will share his career experiences. Dr. Heidi Campbell, faculty member in the Division of Communication, describes Gallagher as a talented communicator and a dynamic speaker. “I believe that those who come [to the forum] will leave knowing more about Mr. Gallagher, but also more about themselves — that’s the kind of speaker we have in Mr. Gallagher,” Campbell said.
Grad language proficiency exams
Thursday, 7 p.m., Seminary 214
The graduate language proficiency exams will be given in Seminary 214 at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 28. Two different tests, Greek and Hebrew, will be given.
The Hebrew exam is for doctoral students only. Dr. Randy Leedy, faculty member in the Division of Graduate Studies, said seminary students who are pursuing an advanced degree in either Hebrew or Greek will take the exams.
According to Leedy, both exams have a two-hour time limit, and to pass, students must score an 80 percent or higher. Students are allowed up to two retakes if they fail the first attempt.
Student body / Senior body
Friday, 11 a.m., FMA/Stratton Hall
This semester’s first student body is scheduled for Friday, March 29, at 11 a.m. for all university freshmen, sophomores and juniors. According to Ben Hicks, senior Bible major and senior student body chaplain, the theme for student body is “Secrets to True and Lasting Joy,” taken from John 15:11. “We want [the theme] to be encouraging and uplifting this semester,” Hicks said. “Last semester’s theme was more exhortational.” The program will include video testimonies and more congregational singing than last semester.
Seniors will meet separately in Stratton Hall for their own student body program. “It [will be] a reflective time of what God has done in the last four years for the senior class,” said Abbi Gregory, senior nursing major and senior class representative. She said the theme for senior body is “Running the Race,” based on Hebrews 12:1-2. Senior body will include a slide show, testimonies, singing and a challenge.