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Chi Beta Tau to host chili cook-off

By Collin Overton Chi Beta Tau will host their first annual  chili cook-off on Saturday, November 11 at the Richmond Fire Department training center. For $5, students can taste an unlimited amount of chili from contestants. The fee to compete is $20. All proceeds will go to The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation. Pre-register for competition by contacting Joshua Hottle at...

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Amazon hosting recruiting event in Kennamer

By Collin Overton Amazon is looking for students who reside in Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati area and are looking for seasonal positions during their winter break. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on November 9 in Kennamer, recruiters will be making contingent job offers on campus for anyone interested. Pay rate for the jobs are up to $14 an hour for part-time and up to $18 an hour for full-time. Students should bring 2 forms of identification (Picture ID and Federal Government issued ID) and contact Kennedy Jewell (859-622-9958) for any additional questions. Free pizza and drinks will be...

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Let’s Talk!

By Collin Overton Let’s Talk is a program for EKU students that provides easy access to informal consultations with clinicians from the EKU Counseling Center. Students can stop by room 104 in Powell from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. to...

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Thank you from Chi Omega

By Annabelle Beam, Chi Omega The Gamma Theta chapter of Chi Omega would like to take a moment to say thank you for all the support received during our third annual Dance for Wishes dance marathon. The event was held on Friday, Oct. 27 at Weaver Gym. All proceeds from the dance marathon go directly to the Make-A-Wish foundation, which is Chi Omega’s national philanthropy. Teams participating in the marathon were taught short dance pieces, which they performed for judges. During breaks, performances by EKU’s dance team, dance theater, and Waco Elementary’s line dance team were enjoyed by all. The ladies of Chi Omega are proud to announce that we raised over $36,400, which will enable the Make-A-Wish foundation to grant approximately three wishes. A special thanks goes out to those who supported us during Wish Week activities on the Powell corner, and those who participated in our event. We’d like to recognize the following organizations, which were recognized with special awards at the conclusion of our event: Sigma Nu with the Team Spirit Award, Kappa Delta as the Dance Marathon Champs and Kappa Alpha with the award for Best Overall Team...

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Campus group talks mental health

The EKU chapter of National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) hosted guest speakers Russell Hollis and Cheryl Anness in the Dick Mayo Allen Auditorium on Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2017 to speak to students about reducing the stigma of mental illness.

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