Monday, January 25, 2016

Crowder College weekly update

(From Crowder College)

Academic Information

· 2nd 8 week classes are available, so it isn’t too late to enroll for Spring 2016. 2nd 8 week classes begin the week of March 7.Check out the courses available at:

Student Activities/Events

· The Journalism and Mass Media Club at Crowder College will host local author Judy Haas Smith discussing her book, “Larger than LIFE: The Legacy of Dan Longwell and Mary Fraser Longwell” and the publishing industry. With experience in the newspaper, magazine, and book publishing industries, Smith provides a wealth of knowledge about print media. Her book focuses on former key characters in the staff of LIFE magazine. The event will be held in the Newton Hall Conference Room from 9:30-11 on Thursday, Jan. 28. Everyone welcome!
For more information contact Latonia Bailey, 417-455-5410 or email:

Roughrider Athletics

· The Roughrider Women’s Basketball team is now 12-10 on the season. They will play at Moberly, Wednesday, Jan. 27, 6:00pm and at home Saturday, Jan. 30, at 2pm vs Iowa Western. For a complete schedule go to:

· Roughrider Softball will begin their spring season Feb. 5 on the road. Their 1st home game will be Feb. 25 @ 2pm. For more information go

· Roughrider Baseball will begin their season Feb. 4 on the road. Their 1st home game will be Feb. 11 @ 2pm. Check out their schedules for more

· Roughrider Soccer will hold its 34th Annual Thunderdome indoor soccer event, March 18-19. Plan to enter and team and watch for registration updates. Contact Coach Brad Smith for more information: 417-455-5443 or email:

Crowder Foundation Events

· Buy a Book. Build a Future. Local author Allen Kent is donating 100% of the proceeds of all book sales to benefit the Crowder College Behavior Support Center. The goal is to sell 42,000 books before June 30. Find out more:

Campus Community Events

· Crowder Quill is accepting entries for the 2016 publication. Find entry forms and information at:

· Art Exhibit in Longwell Museum Jan. 12-Feb. 4. Kristine Allphin is an award winning artist. An artist reception will be held Saturday, Jan. 30, 5-7pm. Normal museum hours are Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm. This event is free and open to the public. Please call the museum at 417-455-5470 if you have questions. Allphin’s education in graphic design and illustration bring and original style, sensitivity and craftsmanship to her batik work. For more information on Allphin: or

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