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The Telefund is the student operation that supports the Saint Joseph’s Fund. Our primary goal at the Telefund is to contact alumni, friends, and parents of the University.
THE HAWK WILL NEVER DIE!
The Telehawks program provides a student’s perspective on their school and supplements the information that students get from those brochures, visits, and admission counselors.
SECOND ANNUAL SUMMER BBQ
Newsletter Staff: Writers: Kashif JohnsonJoel Mendonca
Graphic Designers: Nikyah Walker Editors: Tim Higgins
Study Abroad Fair When: Tuesday, Sept 21st
Fall Career Fair When: Thursday Sept 23rd
What time: 10:30 am– 2:30pm
What time: 10am to 2pm Where: Campion Student Center Where: Fieldhouse/Sports complex Location: North Lounge Contact Kelly Horning at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 61-6601835
Location: Athletics Center Contact Jean Burke at email@example.com or cal 610-660 -3100
July 31, 2010
The summer heat to say the least has been scorching so far. Even more reason to bring out that sleek barbecue and engage one and all in fun filled food, drink and bonding. June 23rd marked that special day of the year when students at the Center for Food Marketing’s operations could enjoy a community meal and socialize with one another. CFM’s tradition of barbecue cookouts is only two years old, but brings forth the same spirit of friendship, team work and dedication that have characterized the success of this operation for eight long years. The cook out was organized by CFM’s supervisory team. They did a really professional job of planning the menu, actually shopping for the grocery and food items and setting up the day of the event. The party started at 3pm with the grill letting out its smoky fumes. Ideally placed not too far away from the glistening cars in the parking lot, the barbecue seemed like an oasis for fun and frolic in a bright, but relatively empty expanse. As Tim, Donny and Chetan got the grill fired up, a group game was played by students. It involved getting a list of different students’ names on the quiz sheet handed out to everyone. The exercise was intended to break barriers and get people mixing around with each other freely. Delicious hot dogs, aromatic beef and veggie burgers, an assortment of mustard, tomato and chili sauce were the first offerings on the menu. Salads and desserts were arranged on a separate table amidst sylvan surroundings. The party was a great opportunity for employees to meet each other and socialize freely.
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French Toast Casserole Spring of 2010 Fred spent the semester aboard immersed in Belgium’s academia, politics and culture. He took four classes: Politics, History, Economics and Art at the Institute of Leuven in Belgium. The schedule was very laid back with classes starting early afternoon and no classes on Fridays. The course work was a bit light due to the fact that the professors expected students to be travelling. As a Political Science major, Fred's semester aboard included a converted internship with the European Union. He worked with Parliament member, Zuzana Rothova, representative for the Czech republic. He noted that meetings were interesting which involved current topics such as European security issues and Economics and were televised on the news. During his downtime, Fred spent time with other students visiting bars, cafes, restaurants and shopping outlets. His travel stops included Italy, Ireland, and the Czech republic. A senior in the fall 2010 Fred is off to another internship in the nations capital, Washington , D.C. His plans after graduation include working for the Federal Government or going to graduate school. Cont’d from pg 1 In fact with students from so many different countries and cultures, the barbecue looked international fair rather than only a party. The TRO is very diverse; but the act of sharing grilled food on a hot day transcends social and cultural boundaries and forges vital relationships. The menu also included potato salad, different types of chips and dips, and pasta salad as starters. A variety of drinks including Coke, Sprite and a few other brands were available. After the initial socializing, Ralph, Mallik and Lynn joined the party to share their thoughts and ideas with student workers. The barbecue is an event awaited by the CFM family every year not only for the barbecuing, but for the opportunity it provides to enjoy the company of new employees and to foster friendship!
The Dialing Times
Prep Time: 10 Minutes Cook Time: 40 Minutes Ready In: 1 Hour
Ingredients 1 (22 ounce) loaf Organics(TM) Seeds and Grains Bread Butter-flavored cooking spray 8 Organics Large Egg whites 2 cups Organics Fat-Free Milk 1 cup Organics 100% Pure No Pulp Orange Juice 1 tablespoon Organics Ground Cinnamon 2 tablespoons Organics Maple Syrup 1 tablespoon vanilla extract 1 teaspoon ground nutmeg Dash salt 1/2 cup Organics Blueberries 1 cup Organics Maple Syrup Powdered sugar (optional)
Directions Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Arrange bread slices in 2 overlapping rows in a 13 x 9–inch baking dish coated with cooking spray. Place egg whites in a large bowl; stir well with a whisk. Add milk and next 6 ingredients, stirring well with a whisk. Pour egg mixture over bread, covering all surfaces. Let stand 10 minutes. Coat with cooking spray; sprinkle with blueberries. Bake, uncovered, at 350 degrees F for 40 to 45 minutes or until top is golden. Cut into squares and serve with maple syrup and powdered sugar, if desired.