Minor League baseball has come to Southern Illinois, in the form of this new team, the Miners. The team is in Marion, about a half-hour drive, and tickets are $5-$8 each, with games all summer though not every day.
Minor League baseball means relaxing fun, not the best quality baseball, but usually good games with players who might be famous in the future (on their way up). Usually the people are friendly and people like to talk baseball, if you don't know all the details. It may not be as exciting as the Ittihad-Hilal game, but for us baseball fans, it's baseball at its best, its players not corrupted by fame & media. Try it!
Thursday, May 31, 2007
Posted by CESL at 8:49 PM
Friday, May 25, 2007
While CESL students and teachers alike may enjoy the day off on Monday, you may not realize that this particular holiday may be said to have started in Carbondale. Of course, Carbondale is not the only town that claims it. But for a small town like this, any distinction is important- we don't get to pick & choose. You (may) live in the town that started it all- pass it along!
Posted by CESL at 11:44 PM
Wednesday, May 23, 2007
Saturday, May 12, 2007
Congratulations to all graduates, but especially to those who went to CESL:
So Young You- Bachelor of Music, College of Liberal Arts, summa cum laude
Taira Uematsu- Bachelor of Science, College of Education and Human Services
Ashraf Albeedh- Bachelor of Science, College of Engineering
Abed Salem Alkurashi- Bachelor of Science, College of Engineering
Saeromi Kim- Bachelor of Science, College of Science, cum laude
Dae Hwan Cho- Master of Fine Arts
Chi-Te Hou- Master of Business Administration
Yoshinori Ichimura- Master of Business Administration
Shuwen Olivia Yang- Master of Science, Workforce Education and Development
(And some who have taught here:)
Alex Konkolewski- Master of Arts, TESOL
Jodi Ludwig Marchal- Master of Arts, Applied Linguistics
Lisa Ruhlen- Master of Arts, TESOL
If you went to CESL but it didn't come to our attention, let us know and we'll put you on the list! Stay in touch!
Posted by CESL at 12:53 PM