February 12 - February 15
Capital University Theatre presents: HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE
Is It Spring Break Yet? - Improvisational Comedy
MOD I Ends- Spring 2015
Capital University Celebrates First Albert Schweitzer Fellow, Tracy Hoag
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Congratulations to Planning and Advancement! Participants win a movie night with President Bowman.
Thanks again to everyone who attended the kickoff. For those that are curious, the two pumpkins weighed 39.9 lbs combined, and there were 764 candy corn in the jar. The contest winners below from each campus can collect their prize from Stefanie Hansen, room 222 Yochum Hall.
Main Campus - Lindsey Sherwood and Shelly Miller guessed 38 lbs.
Law School - Jason Griffin guessed 39 lbs.
Main Campus - Anna Biszaha guessed 763 candy corn
Law School - Rebecca Rayner guessed 776 candy corn
Capital is partnering with Columbus City Schools, Barack Community Recreation Center, Whole Foods Market, Hazel's House of Hope, and Community Development for All People to support a community garden, cooking and nutrition program benefiting the Lincoln Park community.The garden provides fresh produce to families of Lincoln Park Elementary students and the surrounding community who are in need. Lincoln Park Elementary is managing the project, and Capital students, faculty and staff have volunteered to work in the garden throughout the growing season, giving us another opportunity to give back to the community.
» Learn more about the Lincoln Park Community Garden project.
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