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Fridays with B&B: women who inspire us

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A weekly conversation between your campus Marketing gals Brittney & Becca. TGIF! 

In celebration of Women’s History Month, we are talking women who inspire us.

Becca: It started with a mood board. There’s a lot of women up there.
Britt: I’m glad we are celebrating Women’s History Month this year. I don’t remember doing anything for it last year since we both just started at Ursuline.
Becca: I agree! Let’s jump right into it. If you were to dress up as your favorite influential woman, who would it be?
Britt: Hm. That’s really tough. My mom?
Becca: You would dress up like your mom?
Britt: Yeah! She’s a babe!
Becca: No, no, let’s return to the moms later. A historical, well-known woman.
Britt: OK. I gotcha. I’m not sure. I do not look like many of the women who deeply inspire me. Does that matter?
Becca: Not at all. You’re capturing her essence.
Britt: Definitely Billie Holiday, then.

Ursuline trio honored by the Great Midwest Athletic Conference

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By Tim Ertle, Sports Information Director for the Ursuline Arrows

Three members of the Ursuline College basketball program were honored by the Great Midwest Athletic Conference on Tuesday (March 4) afternoon. Point guard Erica Huber was named the conference’s ‘Freshman of the Year,’ while junior forward Emma Ricketts and freshman wing Tajanee Wells were each named second team all-conference.

Huber also earned honorable mention status after a vote of the conference’s nine head coaches.

Kentucky Wesleyan senior guard Karly Rhoads took home the Great Midwest Athletic Conference ‘Player of the Year’ Award and Gary Van Atta, the head coach of regular season champion Trevecca Nazarene University, earned the ‘Coach of the Year’ honor.

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Fridays with B&B: the 86th Annual Academy Awards

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A weekly conversation between your campus Marketing gals Brittney & Becca. TGIF! 

This Sunday is the 86th Annual Academy Awards, hosted by the always hilarious, Ellen Degeneres. We are talking nominees – who we think should win, because who really cares who actually wins, right? We know it’s up to the academy!

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