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Course Number: REC 1510, Fall 2009

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Positive behavior Audio-Visual Services wins acclaim for DCS training video see page 2 Social Insecurity? MTSU study says problems no easy fix as nation ages see page 3 Cleaning up Biology professor teams up with firm to kill staph germs see page 8 PRE-SORTED FIRST CLASS MAIL U.S. POSTAGE PAID MURFREESBORO TN PERMIT NO. 16 a publication for the Middle Tennessee State University community Nov. 20, 2006 Vol....

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behavior Audio-Visual Positive Services wins acclaim for DCS training video see page 2 Social Insecurity? MTSU study says problems no easy fix as nation ages see page 3 Cleaning up Biology professor teams up with firm to kill staph germs see page 8 PRE-SORTED FIRST CLASS MAIL U.S. POSTAGE PAID MURFREESBORO TN PERMIT NO. 16 a publication for the Middle Tennessee State University community Nov. 20, 2006 Vol. 15/No. 10 Hes making a list ... IN BRIEF MY NAME IS WALLACE GETS FINALIST NOD IN HOLLYWOOD My Name is Wallace, a short film written and co-directed by Dr. Bob Pondillo, professor of electronic media communication, has been accepted as a third-quarter finalist at the Golden Shorts Fest 2006 in Hollywood, Calif., out of 108 submissions. The movie will be shown at the Egyptian Theatre in Los Angeles during the festival March 8-11, 2007. My Name is Wallace, a poignant comedy about a man afflicted with Aspargers syndrome and his search for love, has been entered in 117 film festivals worldwide, including Sundance and Tribeca. To see a one-minute trailer for the film, visit www.youtube.com and search for Pondillo. ICE DOWN SOME PREDS TICKETS, EARN COLD SCHOLARSHIP CASH MTSU Night with the Nashville Predators is back! Special ticket prices are being offered to the MTSU community for two upcoming Predators games: Saturday, Dec. 2, against the Chicago Blackhawks and Thursday, Dec. 14, against the Ottawa Senators. Both games begin at 7 p.m. at the Gaylord Entertainment Center in Nashville. Ticket prices will be discounted up to $6 for MTSU faculty, staff and students, and the Predators will donate $4 from each ticket sold to the Sports Marketing Scholarship in the Department of Management and Marketing. To order tickets or get more information, call Dan Schaefer, Nashville Predators group sales account executive, at 615-770-2115 and mention the MTSU Night promotion to receive the discount ticket pricing. HOLIDAY TO-DO LIST: BUY GIFTS, SEND INFO TO THE RECORD Make sure your winter campus events are included in the final edition of The Record for the Fall 2006 semester, publishing Monday, Dec. 4. Events occurring between Dec. 4 and Jan. 16, 2007, when the universitys Spring 2007 semester begins, should be e-mailed by Wednesday, Nov. 22, to gfann@mtsu.edu. see To publication dates and when to submit your information for The Record in 2007, visit www.mtsunews.com and click on The Record at the top of the page, then click Deadlines & Submissions. Honor veterans during Nov. 25 slate of events by Randy Weiler L ocal and regional military veterans will be recognized Saturday, Nov. 25, at the 25th annual MTSU Salute to Veterans during the 2:30 p.m. football game against Troy University. About 250 to 300 veterans and their families will attend, said Maj. Chuck Giles, assistant professor of military science. Activities will start with an 11 a.m. picnic outside Forrest Hall, Giles said, adding that veterans and their families can eat inside Forrest Hall if there is inclement weather. Giles said all service groups Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guardwill have activities and recruiters in Walnut Grove with other campus and student organizations during pregame tailgate events. About 2 p.m., well march to Floyd Stadium, Giles said. Four Army ROTC cadets who served in IraqSpcs. Matt Wallace and James Lax and Sgts. Ken McDevitt and Paul Wisewill be See Thanks! page 5 New software lets vendors bid online by Tom Tozer Journalism seminar set M TSU Procurement Services has acquired a new online software package, SciQuest E-Procurement Market Place, that allows vendors to access a Web site and register their contact information and services. That will put them into an active database of suppliers and provide MTSU with a broader range of choices and an easier way to make purchases. See Bid page 6 Covering the Front Lines M TSUs Seigenthaler Chair of Excellence in First Amendment Studies will host a one-day event focusing on war journalism on Monday, Nov. 20, that will feature Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Halberstam and Time magazine senior correspondent Michael Weisskopf. Covering the Front Lines: The Evolution of War Journalism and Lasting Effects of War Coverage on Journalists is free and open to the public. It will be held in the Keathley University Center Theater. We are very excited to hear from nationally recognized journalists and experts about the state of war journalism, as well as how dedicated reporters and photographers have See War page 5 www.mtsunews.com
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