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TNotes
Campus newsletter
for students, faculty, and staff
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Today
  • tuCitizen Poetry auditions
  • tuCitizen Poetry, Transy's first spoken word team, will have auditions in Coleman Recital Hall at 8 p.m. Please prepare a 1-3 minute poem or monologue. Contact Teddy Salazar or Justin Wright for more information. Hope to see you there!
  • Constitution Day discussion
  • There will be a discussion titled "What the Constitution Means to Me" for Constitution Day from 7 to 8 p.m. in the Campus Center Gym. Panel members will include councilman Chris Ford, TUSGA president Tyler Baker, professor Don Dugi, and retired judge Jennifer Coffman.
Upcoming Dates
  • 'Space and Authority: A Study of a Women's Madrasah' on Thursday
  • Religion professor Carole Barnsley will discuss "Space and Authority: A Study of a Women's Madrasah" at 12:30 p.m. in the Faculty/Staff Lounge. All are welcome. For more information, contact Diane Cansdale Pruitt at 8121 or dpruitt@transy.edu.
  • Transy Bikes Maintenance Workshop on Thursday
  • Drop by the Transy Bikes Shop from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. to get some easy maintenance tips on how to keep your bike in great shape. For more information, contact Tori Wolff at vwwolff17@transy.edu.
  • Study Abroad Fair on Thursday
  • The study abroad office will host its annual Semester/Summer Study Abroad Fair in Forrer Front Lobby from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. There will be representatives from several study abroad programs to answer questions. And be sure to stop by the Transylvania table for information about how we can help you make it happen. For more information, contact Frankie Kozicky at 8124 or fkozicky@transy.edu.
  • Student art installation, 'Soaked as Sheep,' opens Friday
  • Senior artists Luke Gnadinger and Stevie Morrison will host a reception and opening for their installation "Soaked as Sheep" from 5 to 8 p.m. in the Shearer Student Gallery. This multimedia show is based on an 864-mile bike tour across France and includes ceramics, printmaking, sound art, and sculpture. For more information, contact Luke Gnadinger at at lagnadinger15@transy.edu.
  • Costco Wholesale Transylvania appreciation Saturday, Sunday
  • Costco Wholesale will have a Transylvania appreciation weekend 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sept. 20 and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sept. 21. No membership will be required to shop at Costco Wholesale on these days. Visit the membership desk for a special pass. All employees, students, and alumni of Transylvania are invited to come to Costco Wholesale on these dates. All who purchase an Executive Costco Wholesale membership will receive a $20 cash card. For more information, contact Debbie Clark at 3635 or dclark@transy.edu.
  • Windy Corner road ride Sunday
  • Join Transy Bikes from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for a 30-mile road ride finishing at Windy Corner Restaurant. We'll provide some desserts, but bring a few bucks if you'd like to buy a full meal! Don't have a road bike? No problem. You can rent one from the shop. This ride will be no-drop. Meet at the Transy Bikes Shop at 9 a.m. with your bike! Please e-mail Stevie at simorrison15@transy.edu if you plan on riding.
  • Diana Ferrus talk on Sept. 22
  • Creative Intelligence will present Diana Ferrus at 5 p.m. in Campus Center, Conf. Room A. She is a South African writer, poet, and cultural activist of mixed Khoisan and slave ancestry. Ferrus gained international recognition for her poem "For Sarah Baartman," which played a role in the French government's decision to return the remains of Sarah Baartman to South Africa. For more information contact Meg Upchurch at 8252 or mupchurch@transy.edu.
  • Money management for students Sept. 24
  • Learn money management and the art of budgeting from alum Sam Williams '13 and student Ben Miller '16 at 7 p.m. in the Campus Center, Conference Room A, as part of the Financial Literacy for Today's College Student program. The discussion "Books or Panama City Beach?" is open to all students. Free food and drinks will be provided. For more information, contact Marc Mathews at 8100 or mmathews@transy.edu.
  • President Carey to discuss 'The Death of Ivan Ilych' Sept. 25
  • President Carey invites you to join him for a conversation about Leo Tolstoy's 'The Death of Ivan Ilych' at 12:30 p.m. in the President's Room. Pick up your lunch in the dining hall and take part in the discussion. This is the first in an ongoing series of seminars with the president, as suggested by the August term scholars. President Carey hopes to use this forum to get to know as many students as possible. For more information, contact Sallie Showalter at 8148 or sshowalter@transy.edu.
  • Student Talent Coffee House Sept. 27
  • Attention students, do you have a talent that you want to show the community? We invite you to participate in the Student Talent Coffee House at 9:30 p.m. in Thomson Lobby. Please e-mail Diane Fout for more information at dfout.transy.edu. Click here if you'd like to participate.
  • 2014 Wellness and Benefits Fair on Oct. 16
  • Save the date: The 2014 Wellness and Benefits Fair is Oct. 16. The theme for the wellness fair is Passport to Health. We will have at least 40 vendors, flu shots, screenings, and as always lots of door prizes. Watch TNotes for more information. For more information, contact Debbie Clark at 3635 or dclark@transy.edu.
  • CAN-DO's Klein to give Kenan Lecture on Oct. 1
  • Eric Klein, founder and CEO of the disaster relief organization CAN-DO, will describe his unique approach to humanitarian aid at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 1 in Haggin Auditorium as part of the Kenan Lecture series. He will discuss his group's dedication to providing lasting solutions to some of the world's most critical problems, from natural disasters to environmental degradation, humanitarian crises to educational inequity.
  • Junior, senior pre-health advising meeting Oct. 2
  • Juniors or seniors who want to prepare for any health-related professional school are strongly encouraged to attend a meeting at 12:30 p.m. in BSC 120. If you cannot attend, see Kathleen Jagger in BSC 321 (kjagger@transy.edu) or Charlotte Taraba in BSC 111. For more information, contact Charlotte at 8228 or ctaraba@transy.edu.
  • Walk to benefit Torsie Haugli '14 on Oct. 18
  • Torsie Haugli '14 was diagnosed with a rare form of Acute Large Cell Lymphoma. Team Torsie will participate in the Light the Night Walk by the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society at Whitaker Bank Ballpark in Lexington at 5 p.m. The page where people can join the team and walk, as well as donate, is here. Torsie has been fighting for her life at the Cleveland Clinic, and this is a great way to show her our support!
In the News
Family Weekend
  • Family Weekend Sept. 26-28
  • Family Weekend will feature some great events for your family as well as students whose families can't make it! Encourage your family to join us and "Be a Part of Our (Transy) Family." Click here for a schedule of activities. Events of special interest to students include the Fraternity and Sorority Showcase on Sept. 26 at 7 pm, the Transy Family Picnic Saturday at dinner, and the Student Talent Coffeehouse Saturday at 9:30 pm. For more information, contact Diane Fout at 8133 or dfout@transy.edu.
  • Faculty invited to Family Weekend President's Brunch on Sept. 27
  • All faculty are invited to the Family Weekend President's Brunch from 11 a.m. to noon in the Campus Center. The event is free to faculty but please RSVP for catering purposes. Grab some something to eat; meet your students' families during the brunch; and then head over to the Fall Preview Day Information Fair following the brunch.
  • Student exhibit for Family Weekend
  • The Transylvania Student Art League is curating a student exhibit in the Campus Center for Family Weekend, Sept. 26-28. We hope to include art majors and non-art majors' paintings, photography and sculpture. This exhibit will a brief glimpse into the creativity of our student body that makes up such a wonderful part of our community. For more information on how to submit work, please email Teddy Salazar (tzsalazar17@transy.edu). Submissions are due Friday.
Career Development
  • Graduate school application assistance
  • The Career Development Center offers assistance with all applications for graduate and professional schools. Assistance includes whether or not to apply, how to choose among programs, help with resume and personal statement writing, and answering questions about the application. Please call the office or stop in to set up an appointment with Michael Cronk, mcronk@transy.edu.
  • Careers in Student Affairs conference on Sept. 20
  • Students interested in careers in student affairs or areas like admissions, Greek life, or advising should attend CPAK'S Careers in Student Affairs Conference at the University of Louisville on Sept. 20 from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The conference educates undergrads on student affairs work, including grad programs within the field. You can hear from current grad students and learn about the application process. Contact Olivia Feldkamp at osfeld01@lousiville.edu for info.
Recognition
  • Paden appointed to LexArts board
  • Congratulations to professor Jeremy Paden for being appointed to the LexArts Board of Directors.
  • Campbell and Nichols to present at annual conference
  • Librarians Robert Campbell and Lisa Nichols will rock the Galt House this Friday when they present at the Kentucky Library Association's annual conference in Louisville. Based on their experiences with Transy students, they seek to offer other instructional librarians in the state practical strategies for engaging college students in broader conversations around issues of intellectual property, copyright, and plagiarism. For more information, contact Lisa Nichols at 8403, or lnichols@transy.edu.
  • Mack earns Essential Piece Award
  • The Staff Appreciation Committee is proud to recognize Richard Mack as the September recipient of the Essential Piece Award. Richard works on second shift as a housekeeper primarily in the Beck Center, but helps out across campus as needed. He is known for his humility, consistency, and dedication to the university. Please congratulate Richard and thank him for his service to the university and being an essential piece to the success of Transylvania! For more information, contact Bob Brown at 8889 or robrown@transy.edu.
  • Poe to present at the Kentucky Association for Environmental Education Conference
  • Sustainability Director Angela Poe will present this weekend at the Kentucky Association for Environmental Education Conference on the university's R4 campaign. R4 emphasizes the hierarchy of the 4 Rs (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Re-buy) that encourage the Transylvania community to think beyond recycling when it comes to waste management. For information on the presentation or attending the conference, contact Poe at apoe@transy.edu.
  • Nichols' book chronicles history of ODK Honor Society
  • Mike Nichols has authored a book titled "The Laurel Crowned Circle: Omicron Delta Kappa and 100 Years of Leadership." It chronicles the history of ODK Honor Society. Copies first became available this summer at ODK's Centennial Convention at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Va. For more information, contact Mike Nichols at 8158 or mnichols@transy.edu.
  • Alpha Lambda Delta earns Alpha Award
  • The Transylvania Chapter of Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society has been recognized with an Alpha Award for its recruiting practices. The Society is currently celebrating the 90th anniversary of its founding at the University of Illinois. For more information, contact Mike Nichols at 8158 or mnichols@transy.edu.
  • Beta Mu chapter of Delta Sigma Phi awarded Pyramid of Excellence
  • The Beta Mu chapter of Delta Sigma Phi was awarded the Pyramid of Excellence by its national organization this summer. This is the highest honor that a Delta Sigma Phi chapter can receive from the national organization. This Pyramid marks the 32nd time the Beta Mu chapter has been recognized with this award. For more information contact chapter president Daniel Lyvers at dclyvers15@transy.edu.
Health and Fitness
  • Group fitness classes
  • Group fitness classes have begun. Start the year off right! Monday's schedule is: 12:10-12:30 p.m. Chisel Abs with Ashley; 12:30-12:50 Roll Out with Ashley; and 3:30-4:30 Boot Camp with Ty. Tuesday's is: 3:30-3:55 p.m. Tabata with Rebecca; and 4-4:30 Chisel Abs with Rebecca. Wednesday's is: 12:10-12:30 p.m. Chisel with Tracy; and 12:30-12:50 Chisel Abs with Tracy. Thursday's is: 12:10-12:30 p.m. Step Express with Tracy; 12:30-12:50 Chisel up with Tracy; and 3:30-4:30 Boot Camp with Ty. Friday's is: 12:10-12:30 Chisel with Tracy; and 12:30-12:50 Rock 'n Roll with Tracy.
  • TU fitness challenge
  • Start the school year off right by being a part of the TU fitness challenge! To get started, sign up in the Beck fitness center. Contact Erin Triplett at entriplett16@transy.edu if you have any questions.
  • Beck Center locker rental requests
  • All faculty and staff requesting lockers in the Beck Center for fitness use should complete the locker rental request form under Athletics>Campus Recreation>Locker Rental on inside.transy.edu ASAP. Note, lockers will be assigned on a first-come, first-serve basis (even if you have had a locker previously), and we ask you to review the information online before submitting your request. We will look to assign lockers beginning Aug. 18 and will assign until all lockers are filled. For more information, contact Kyle Dunaway at 8165 or kdunaway@transy.edu.
For Your Information
  • Navaratne hired as digital recruitment coordinator
  • Please welcome Hasanka Navaratne, who has been hired as the digital recruitment coordinator starting Sept. 22.
  • Open swim hours
  • Open swim hours have begun at the pool in the Campus Center! Only current students, faculty, and staff can access the facility, and all patrons will need to bring their Crimson Card. Open swim hours, which are posted at the facility, are: MWF: 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.; TTH: 11 a.m.-3:30 p.m.; M-TH: 7-9 p.m.; and SSU: 1-6 p.m. If you have any questions, please contact Kyle Dunaway at 8183 or kdunaway@transy.edu.
  • New Bike Shop hours
  • The Transy Bikes Shop will now be open to students/faculty/staff. The shop is in Forrer Front Lobby near the cafeteria. Please drop by during shop hours for any bike-related questions, or bring your bike by and we'll help you fix it! Hours are: Tuesdays 5-7:30 p.m.; Thursdays 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.; and Saturdays 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. For more information, contact Tori Wolff at vwwolff17@transy.edu.
  • Residence hall construction update
  • In the coming week, most of the activity will continue within the footprint of the building as under-slab utility work progresses. Exterior trenching to connect the geothermal HVAC piping will be visible on the outside of the building. Trucks will continue to deliver materials to the job site and remove dirt. Flaggers will provide safe passageway for students while trucks are present. For more information, contact Marc Mathews at 8100 or mmathews@transy.edu.
  • Winter 2015 Student Teaching and The Panama Experience
  • Applications are both due Oct. 6. Application packets are available in the education office, Cowgill 213. For more information about student teaching, please contact Cindy Hague at 8608 or chague@transy.edu.
  • Natural Science and Mathematics Tutoring Program starts Sunday
  • Biology, chemistry, mathematics, and physics tutors will be available Sunday through Thursday evenings from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Education Resource Center in the basement of the Library, Room 003, starting Sunday. A computer science tutor will be available Monday through Thursday evenings beginning Monday. For more information, contact Charlotte Taraba (8228) or ctaraba@transy.edu.
  • Peer Academic Mentoring starts Sunday
  • Peer Academic Mentoring starts Sunday in the library's ACE. Are you struggling with classes? Come in to get some extra help. Check out the schedule here. For more information, contact Susan Brown at 8408 or subrown@transy.edu.
  • Transylvania ranks high in U.S. News Great Schools, Great Prices
  • Transylvania ranked high in the U.S. News and World Report's Great Schools, Great Prices list that was released Tuesday. It's only part of the acclaim we've received recently.
  • Dean search committee named
  • The search committee for the vice president for academic affairs and dean of the university will be chaired by professor Paul Jones and will include 12 members: six faculty, five staff, and one student. The committee will begin reviewing applications Sept. 19 and will invite finalists to campus in January. President Carey would like to thank the members of the committee for serving, and he encourages everyone to take advantage of opportunities to participate in the search process. Read more about the committee and timeline here.
  • Food services consultant on campus Sept. 23 through 25
  • A food services consultant from Campus Dining, Inc., will be on campus Sept. 23-25. He will conduct one-on-one and group interviews, point-of-purchase surveys, and make observations at each of our dining locations. You may be asked to participate in one or more interview formats, and we hope you will take this opportunity to share what we are doing well with our campus dining services and what could be done to make this an area of distinction for the university. Information gathered from this visit will be used to develop a request for a proposal for campus dining services that will be issued later this year. For more information, contact Marc Mathews at 8100 or mmathews@transy.edu.
  • Mail room accepts only Crimson Card payments for postage and shipping supplies
  • Office services reminds the campus community that the Old Morrison mail room will accept only Crimson Cards as payment for postage and shipping supplies. To clarify, Bonus Points are a supplement to certain board plans and can be used only for food purchases in the dining halls. Cash Points make your crimson card work just like a prepaid debit card and can be used at numerous locations on campus such as the bookstore, vending machines, laundry facilities, mail room, and dining services. See Shawn Singleton at Campus Card Services in the Campus Center to learn how to load Cash Points onto Crimson Cards. For more information, contact Eric Ramsey at 8137 or eramsey@transy.edu.
  • New wireless expanding across campus
  • As IT rolls out the new wireless system across campus, you will no longer see TUAIR in certain buildings and will instead see TUWIFI and TUDEVICES. Please see the IT help site article here to find out which buildings have been upgraded and what you need to do to connect.
  • Articles by Harlan Beckley
  • Read some of convocation speaker Harlan Beckley's articles here. For more information, contact Susan Brown at 8408 or subrown@transy.edu.
  • Crimson Card needed to enter Beck
  • The Beck Center now requires all students, faculty, and staff to swipe their Crimson Cards when entering the building for any reason.
  • Sign up for library CE workshop
  • Calling all first years, don't forget to sign up now for your Library workshop for Creative Engagements (CE) credit. All first-year students must attend one of the Library workshops offered only during the fall term, so don't wait or you'll be too late to get credit. For information on each session and on how to sign up, see our site here.
  • Salsa lessons
  • Ever want to learn how to dance Salsa? Take lessons on Mondays from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. in the Beck multi-purpose room! No experience or is partner necessary, just a willingness to learn and have fun! Please see this link for details. For more information, contact Paul Dimayuga at 8524 or pdimayuga@transy.edu.
  • U.S. Department of State 2015 Summer Student Internship Program
  • Ten-week, unpaid internships are available at many of the over 270 U.S. embassies, consulates, and missions to international organizations around the world, as well as at the Department of State in Washington, D.C., and other locations throughout the U.S. Go directly to USAJobs to start the Gateway to State online application here. The deadline to submit completed applications is Oct. 17. For more information, contact Kathy Simon at 8124.
  • Parking changes
  • Click here to read about parking changes on campus. View the map here.
  • Parking enforcement
  • Because of construction on campus, there will be a stronger emphasis on parking enforcement this year to ensure everyone with valid permits and guests will have the opportunity to park. Parking citation fines have increased this year. You'll find a more detailed description of this year's parking enforcement here.
  • Home Free tickets available
  • Faculty, staff, and students can pick up free tickets for the Home Free concert beginning Sept. 8 at the information desk in the Campus Center lobby. The campus community will have a week to snag tickets for the Oct. 20 concert before they're available to the public. The a cappella group won NBC's "The Sing-Off" in December.
  • Staff Engagement Team organizing Wiffle Ball Game
  • The Staff Engagement Team is trying to organize a Wiffle ball game once a month for faculty, staff, and students. If anyone is interested in playing Wiffle ball on a Wednesday once a month, please contact Beth Mitchell at emitchell@transy.edu, and she will add you to the email list. Our next game will be sometime in September. Hope to see you all out there!
  • Reading groups for Cornel West
  • Continuing our campus-wide conversation about class, and in preparation for Cornel West's upcoming talk at LexEndPoverty, there are three faculty and student facilitated reading groups on The Rich and the Rest of Us: A Poverty Manifesto. These group are open to the entire Transylvania community and members of our neighborhood. Sign up here. For more information, contact Wilson Dickinson at 3691 or tdickinson@transy.edu.
  • Add co-curricular events to Creative Engagements calendar
  • Please remember to place all appropriate co-curricular events taking place this academic year on the Creative Engagements calendar. First-year students can receive .25 credit hours for attending six required events plus 10 additional ones drawn from a wide range of areas. For more information about the Creative Engagements program, please go here or contact Martha Billips (mbillips@transy.edu) or Susan Hofmann (shofmann@transy.edu).
  • Theater program needs Transy T-shirts
  • Got any outdated divisional, athletic, staff, or other Transy T-shirts? The Theater program wants them for "Shakespeare in Mind," our fall show. We'll upcycle them into promotional materials or even costumes! It's Sustainable Shakespeare! Contact Missy Johnston at 3524 or mjohnston@transy.edu.
  • Proud to Be a Pioneer yard signs
  • Are you proud to be a part of the Pioneer family? "Stake" your claim as part of the Transylvania community by placing a Proud to Be a Pioneer sign in your yard. You can pick up your sign at the all-campus reception in Haupt Plaza on Aug. 26 or in the alumni and development or admissions offices. Be sure to share a picture of your Pioneer family with your sign on Facebook or Twitter using the hashtag #beapioneer. For more information, contact Brad Goan at 8242 or bgoan@transy.edu.
  • Transy Phonathon calling all Pioneers to apply
  • Learn valuable work skills, connect with alumni, work with friends, and make extra cash. For more info on the Transy Phonathon, click here. To apply, click here.
For Faculty and Staff
  • Engagement Workshop resources
  • Any staff members who would like resources from the Engagement Workshop can visit here to see links and get more information. To find out more about the Staff Engagement Team and how you can get involved, visit here or contact set@transy.edu.
  • Faculty-staff meal plan
  • We are offering three meal plan choices for faculty and staff: 20, 40, and 60. You may pay for the meal plan in full at the Crimson Card office, or do a payroll deduction at the human resources office. Payroll deductions and meal plans will begin Sept. 2. For details, please go to either the Crimson Card office or human resources.
Community Service
May Term
  • May term travel course to England meeting on Sept. 18
  • Students interested in taking International Macroeconomics (ECON 3114) are invited to attend an informational meeting with professors Erfani and Williams at 3:30 p.m. in Cowgill Center 102. This course includes a two-week trip to England. For more information, contact G. Rod Erfani at 8196 or gerfani@transy.edu.
August Term
Clubs and Organizations
  • United Nations Association-USA meets Sept. 25
  • The Transylvania University Chapter of the United Nations Association-USA will have its first meeting in Conference Room A during open hour. New members are highly encouraged to attend. This year holds exciting opportunities for civic engagement; hearing, and meeting nationally recognized speakers; and leadership roles. We will partner with the Blue Grass Chapter of UNA-USA, headed by Eduardo Nino-Moreno. For more information, contact Rachel Smith at rasmith15@transy.edu.
  • Winter Guard seeks members
  • Do you like performing? How about acting or dancing? Become a member of Transy's all new Winter Guard! Winter Guard is an activity that combines dance, performance, acting, and spinning flags and weapons all to some pretty great music! No experience necessary! Also, check out some pro guards like Lexis and Zydeco on YouTube. Help make some Transy history by joining the first ever TU Winter Guard! For more information, call, text, or email Natassja Woodrum at 859-750-1510 or nwoodrum18@transy.edu.
  • Karate Club accepting new members
  • The Transylvania University Karate Club is accepting new members for fall term. Practices are from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays in Room 3070 of the Beck Center (new location). Join the club for a great workout while learning karate and self-defense techniques. No experience is necessary. For more information, contact Jared Catron (club president) at jhcatron16@transy.edu or 502-558-1415.
  • First-year students interested in TUSGA
  • If you are a first-year student interested in running for a seat on the Student Government Association, please follow this link to find the petitions for the TUSGA Activities Board and the TUSGA Senate. Please email Tyler Baker at jtbaker15@transy.edu if you have any questions.
International Education
  • Summer 2015 English-Speaking Union scholarship
  • The Kentucky branch of the English-Speaking Union offers scholarships worth over $3,000 for summer academic study at Cambridge or Oxford universities, or the Scottish universities program in Edinburgh. Applicants must be juniors qualified to undertake advanced coursework in their majors: English, history, political science, or PPE. Students who have studied abroad or will be abroad next semester are ineligible. Please email (ksimon@transy.edu) or call (8124) Kathy Simon in the study abroad office, 421 N. Broadway, for information and an application. The application deadline is Nov. 3.
  • Transylvania returning to Guatemala
  • This December, Transy will once again offer an Alternative Winter Break course, IDS-2291: Service Learning in Guatemala. From Dec. 13 to 21, students will have a chance to be immersed in the Guatemalan culture as we work on various projects in the Labor de Falla region. We will have the chance to build a home, play at a school, work at a children's home, and more. An informational meeting will be Sept. 16 at 12:30 p.m., BSC 108. For more information, contact Courtney Smith (cesmith16@transy.edu), Zach Maughmer (zjmaughmer16@transy.edu), or Mike LeVan (mlevan@transy.edu).
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