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Monday, October 3, 2011

* Bob Wright Is the October Employee of the Month

Bob Wright from the Intensive English Department has been named October 2011 Employee of the Month. 

Bob came to work at UE in 2003.

One of those who nominated Bob praised him as "a dedicated professional who serves students with the utmost care and interest.  When international students arrive at UE, they have often already corresponded with Bob so he has become a familiar name in a strange place.  Bob is truly a UE 'ambassador.'  In addition to his work with students, Bob is the guy who keep the IEC running smoothly as the “go-to” guy for any technical, financial, business, and regulation questions."

Another noted that Bob “is a truly dedicated employee who constantly goes beyond the required duties of his position.  Bob is invaluable to all of us in the IEC… He is the epitome of the excellent employee”.



What's Happening Today

* Newman Dinner & Discussion Tonight: Going to the Fall Festival

There will be NO dinner at the Newman Center tonight, but everyone is welcome to join the Newman Club in making a trip to Evansville's West Side Nut Club Fall Festival. The festival has been called the largest street fair in the US other than Mardi Gras, and dozens of non-profit organizations set up food booths. Departures will be staggered between 5 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. Please remember to bring money for food, and RSVP to Mike at so that they don't leave you behind!

* A Cause, Some Cardboard, and an Open Mind

Come out to help end homelessness. Create a team. Build a box. Meet new friends. Share an experience you’ll never forget. Help make the 2011 Box City the biggest ever!

Homelessness is on the rise during these hard economic times, and it has even doubled in some states over the past year.  The main reason people become homelessness is because they cannot find housing they can afford.  Organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, work diligently to build cost-effective and affordable housing to end homelessness.  Our event will spotlight organizations like Habitat as well as share information about what homelessness really looks like for people here in Evansville, Indiana, the United States, and even for the world.
We would like to invite you or a group of your friends to form a team, compete in our Boxed-In Design Contest, and help us raise awareness on this important issue.  If you or your group wish to stay the night, that would be awesome as well.

Create a box shelter, bring a tent, or sleeping bag to Morton/ Neu Chapel Lawn. You’ll be served food and drinks. There will be a lot going on: activities, music, games and of course the Boxed-In Design Contest.

The setting - Monday, Oct. 3 -    Morton/ Neu Chapel Lawn
Registration can be sent anytime to Calvin Wertman,  in Residence Life
Speakers will begin talking about their experience with homelessness at 8 p.m.
Building start at 7 p.m. and run to a little after 10 p.m.
Sleep out from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. (activities 7 p.m. to 12 a.m.)

The Why
To raise awareness of and address the critical problem of homelessness in Southern Indiana, the United States, and the world.

The Organizers
The Hale Hall RAs and Village Neighborhood coordinatorsare just a good group of guys and one great gal looking to make a difference.

Habitat for Humanity International is founded on the conviction that every man, woman and child should have a decent, safe and affordable place to live. Through volunteer labor and donations of money and materials, Habitat invites people of all backgrounds, races, and religions to build together in partnership.


* Bi-Sci Plant Sale

The Biological Sciences (Bi-Sci) Club will be having its annual Plant Sale on Oct. 3 and 4 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Ridgway East Terrace.  They will be selling small and medium-sized potted plants, which have been painted and transplanted by members of the UE Bi-Sci Club.  All proceeds go toward funding the Bi-Sci Club, so come and get a nice, natural decoration for your room or apartment!


Upcoming Events

* Alton Brown Webcast Moved to Eykamp 251

The National Society for Leadership and Success’ first webcast of the year will be tomorrow at 6 p.m. Alton Brown from the Food Network will be presenting on “A Few of the Secrets of My Semi-Moderate Success”. The session has been moved to Eykamp 251, Ridgway University Center. This event is open to the campus community.


* SAB Presents Paul Varghese

Comedian Paul Varghese will be performing Tuesday, Oct. 4 at 8 p.m. in Eykamp 251, Ridgway University Center.  Paul Varghese's act includes a number of observations about being Indian, providing outsider-looking-in and insider-looking-out commentary, while also exploring an array of topics and issues outside that realm.  Don't miss it!

* This Week in Music

The Department of Music continues its First Tuesday Concert Series in Wheeler Concert Hall Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m. with a “Classical Jazz” concert.  Since its inception and rise to popularity in turn-of-the-century New Orleans, jazz has inspired composers of the Classical tradition, leading them to create works that bridge the gap between the two styles by creatively blending characteristics of each.  Several great jazz musicians have crossed the bar as well, composing jazz-flavored works for the traditional concert orchestra or a collection of instruments from it.  The performance Tuesday night will feature fifteen Department of Music faculty members performing various jazz-inspired works by Claude Debussy, Maurice Ravel, George Gershwin, and Duke Ellington, among others.  The concert is free and open to the public.

* Lunch & Learn on October 12 at Noon!

Mark your calendar!  UE faculty, staff, students and community are invited to attend the free (bring your lunch) Lunch & Learn Session on Wednesday, Oct. 12, from Noon–12:50 p.m. in Eykamp 253, Ridgway University Center.  The session will be presented by Centennial Wealth Advisory on " Saving for College - Take Advantage of UE's Tuition Remission and Much More." Sponsored by:  University of Evansville, Center for Adult Education.  Please contact Judy Caldwell at if you have questions. This event is being presented by the Society for Financial Awareness.

* I-House: Mongolia

Know where Ulaanbaatar, Ulaangom, and Uliastay are? If  not - find out this week at I-House: Mongolia, where student Erdene Chuluunhuu will present information on his home country.  Join us Wednesday at 7 p.m. on the second floor of Ridgway University Center in the Class of 1959 Gallery. Cookies will be available for all in attendance.


* It's Yearbook Picture Time!

Stop by the yearbook table and have your picture taken for the 2012 LinC.  It's FREE for freshmen, sophomores, juniors, exchange students, Intensive English students and non-graduating seniors.

Tuesday,  Oct. 4
Ridgway University Center, first floor
11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Wednesday, Oct. 5
Ridgway University Center, first floor
11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Thursday, Oct. 6
Ridgway University Center, first floor
5 to 9 p.m.


* 2011 LinCs Available at Ridgway University Center

Still haven't picked up your 2011 LinC?

Stop by the yearbook table in Ridgway University Center this week at the following times: Tuesday, Oct. 4 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Wednesday, Oct. 5 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.; and Thursday, Oct. 6 from 5 to 9 p.m. to get your book.  If you can't make it during those times, yearbooks can still be picked up in Student Publications, located on the second floor of Ridgway University Center.  

* Neu Chapel Organ @ Noon

University Organist Douglas Reed will present Neu Chapel Organ @ Noon on Thursday, Oct. 20, at 12:15 p.m. The informal program, dubbed The Last Rose of Summer, will include discussion and performance of a bokay [sic] of musical flowers by a variety of composers: Dudley Buck, Joseph Bonnet, and Johannes Brahms. Special features will include the Waltz of the Flowers and Tip Toe Through the Tulips played on that infamous portable reed organ, the accordion.  Refreshments will be served in Neu Chapel narthex following the concert.


* Sharon Kazee to Speak at Andiron Lecture

Dr. Sharon Kazee will be the speaker at the Andiron Lecture on Wednesday, Oct. 5 in Eykamp 252, Ridgway University Center. The lecture is at 4 p.m., with a social gathering with beverages at 3:45 p.m. Her topic will be “Arts for Our Sake: The Arts Imperative in Today’s Educational Climate.”

Sharon Kazee earned her PhD in educational administration at the University of South Carolina. Before coming to Evansville, she served as the dean and vice president for arts and academics at the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities, as fine arts coordinator with Greenville County Schools in South Carolina, and curriculum specialist for performing arts with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools in North Carolina. She recently received the Individual Research Initiative Award presented by the Arts Schools Network. Through her active community involvement, she is an advocate for arts and education initiatives.

In today’s educational environment, where uniform curriculum standards and high-stakes accountability are center stage, much of the recent research supporting arts education focuses on the extrinsic benefits of studying the arts. These studies indicate the arts are a vehicle for improvement in areas beyond themselves, such as academic performance, attendance, and behavior.  In contrast, this presentation will focus on the intrinsic value of the arts and why they are essential components of our students’ educational experience. Kazee will discuss her research related to musical expression and the current challenges encountered by arts advocates and educators.

For further information, call the series coordinator M. Christine Mohn at 812-488-2585 or the College of Arts at 812-488-2589.

* Appeals on Wheels

Interested in how an Appeals Court case is processed? If you are, you should come to Room 170 (Smythe Lecture Hall) in the Schroeder Family School of Business Administration Building from 3-5 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 4 and watch Appeals on Wheels! At this event, which is free and open to the public, three Indiana Supreme Court judges will hear oral arguments. If you have questions, contact Deb Howard, professor of law and director of legal studies, at ext 2389 or Kay Norris at ext. 2687. This event is being sponsored by the Department of Law, Politics & Society and Phi Alpha Delta.

* Graduate and Professional School Forum

The Graduate and Professional School Forum is scheduled for next Wednesday, Oct. 5, 6:30-8 p.m., in Room 170, Schroeder Family School of Business Administration Building. Faculty members, admission counselors, and alumni pursuing graduate degrees will answer questions on topics such as the decision to go to graduate school; making selections and applying; interviewing; admission processes; and program variants.

The complete list of panelists includes:
Dr. Mark Cirino  English Professor, University of Evansville
Derek Jones ’03  PhD Candidate in Philosophy, Indiana University
Dr. Wesley Durham  Director, Master of Arts in Communication, University of Southern Indiana
Sarah Rathbun  Asst. Director, Graduate Student Recruitment, SPEA Master's Program, Indiana University
Dr. Margaret Stevenson  Psychology Professor, University of Evansville

The hour long Q&A will be followed by a reception where students can talk to panelists informally. All students welcome! Contact with questions. This is sponsored by Career Services and Cooperative Education.

* Public Talk on Buddhism, Neu Chapel, Friday, October 7

The Ven. Bardor Tulku Rinpoche will present “Compassion: The Heart of the Spiritual Path” at 6:30 p.m. Friday, October 7, in Neu Chapel.

Bardor Tulku Rinpoche was born in 1950 in Kham, East Tibet. At an early age, he was recognized as the third incarnation of the terton Terchen Barway Dorje by His Holiness the 16th Gyalwang Karmapa. Terchen Barway Dorje, who lived at the end of the nineteenth and the beginning of the twentieth century, was a student of the 14th Karmapa, the 9th Tai Situ Rinpoche, Chokgyur Dechen Lingpa, and many other masters of his time.

In 1977, after completing many years of study and practice, and at the direction of the 16th Karmapa, Bardor Tulku Rinpoche relocated to the U.S. to help establish Karma Triyana Dharmachakra (KTD) in Woodstock, New York. Together with the Venerable Khenpo Karthar Rinpoche, the abbot of KTD, Bardor Tulku Rinpoche worked for 31 years helping establish KTD and its affiliates. In 2003, and with the blessing of H.H. the 17th Karmapa, Rinpoche founded Kunzang Palchen Ling (KPL), a Tibetan Buddhist Center in Red Hook, New York.

KPL is a religious organization that serves to bring teachings of all Tibetan lineages to the West, and especially to preserve the terma teachings of Terchen Barway Dorje.

* Aurora Orientation Session

Adults and high school-age youth interested in volunteering with Aurora are invited to an orientation session from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Friday, October 7 at Central Library, 200 SE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, in the Browning Room B. Individuals and groups will learn about Aurora, the homeless issue in southwestern Indiana and volunteer opportunities available to community members.
       Everyone needs a safe, decent and affordable place to call home. Aurora is a non-profit organization that exists to end homelessness in southwestern Indiana.  Aurora pledges to provide services to the homeless, promote services that prevent homelessness, educate the community on the issues, facilitate collaboration, and advocate for the social and economic changes necessary to make ending homelessness a reality.
      To make reservations or obtain more information, contact Jayme Walters with Aurora at 812-428-3246 or


Info You Should Know

* Fitness Center Fall Break Hours

Fitness Center Hours for Fall Break are as follows:
Friday, Oct. 7  - 6:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturday, Oct, 8  - Closed
Sunday, Oct. 9 – Closed
Monday, Oct. 10 – 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 11 – 8 a.m.  to 7 p.m.

Regular hours resume Wednesday, Oct. 12

* Sodexo Customer Service Satisfaction

Sodexo is requesting your participation in an important online survey about your recent dining experiences on campus.  In return for your participation, you will receive a coupon for 50% off any tall beverage at Jazzman’s! To log-in now and participate in this online survey, please visit and use Log-in ID 79404 .The survey will take about 7-9 minutes max to complete and will only be available from Oct. 3-16. Questions about the survey may be directed to Lindsey Mitchell at

* HPSAC Seeking Partner Organization

The Honors Program Student Advisory Committee (HPSAC) is currently looking for another organization to partner with to organize an educational or cultural trip this semester for an organization’s members and students in UE’s Honors Program. HPSAC is open to suggestions from all organizations. In past years, HPSAC partnered with the Psychology Club on a trip to the Kinsey Institute at Indiana University and collaborated with the Archaeology and History Clubs on a trip to the Indiana State Museum to see the Titanic Exhibit.

If you are interested, please contact Jessi Kraemer at by Oct. 5.



* Purple Aces Announce Basketball Ticket Information

The University of Evansville athletics ticket office has announced ticket information for the upcoming 2011-12 men?s basketball season.

Affordable season ticket options are still available and can be purchased anytime from the ticket office.  Single game tickets are set to go on sale on Oct. 20 at 10 a.m.  They will be available at the Carson Center Ticket Office, by calling 812-488 ACES, the Ford Center Ticket office and at

Another great opportunity to see the Aces is available through purchasing a 5-Pack.  For one low price, fans can get tickets to five of the top home contests of the season including; Indiana (Nov. 16), TCU (Dec. 3), Southern Illinois (Dec. 29), Illinois State (Jan. 21) and Indiana State (Jan. 29).

Tickets for the regular season opener against Butler are set to go on sale on Oct. 3 at 10 a.m.  They will be available at the Carson Center Ticket Office, by calling 812-488-ACES and at  If tickets still remain for the Indiana game on Nov. 16, an internet only presale will begin at 10 a.m. on Oct. 17.  The presale code is BEATIU.

Fans with any questions regarding tickets for any UE athletic events or to purchase tickets may call 812-488-ACES.

* Evansville Men's And Women's Golf To Play In Butler Invitational Tournament

For the first time this season, the University of Evansville men's and women's golf teams will compete at the same time as they will take part in the Butler Invitational on Monday and Tuesday at Highland Country Club in Indianapolis.

The men?s competition will feature 54 holes of action with 36 being played on Monday followed by a single round of 18 on Tuesday.  The women will play 18 holes each day.  A shotgun start will begin action at 8 a.m. both days.

Griffin Wood has led the Purple Aces through two tournaments this season, averaging just over 73 strokes per round.  Last time out at the UK Invitational, Wood notched one of the top round of the tournament, shooting a 5-under 67 on his way to a tie for 28th place.  In the season-opening Fossum Invitational, Wood shot a 2-over 218 on his way to a tie for third place overall.

Michael Sainz has also had a strong start to the season, averaging 74.8 strokes per round.  He is the only player on the UE squad to finish all six rounds with scores in the 70s.

On the women?s side, Lauren Ellerman has paced the Aces with a team-low average of 85.0.  She has been the most consistent Ace through a pair of tournaments, recording an 87 or lower in each round.  She is followed closely by Sydney Skiles, whose 85.8 average  puts her second on the team.  Her third-round score of 80 at the season-opening Redbird Invitational remains the lowest round of the season for UE.

Seven men?s teams will be playing in the Butler Invitational including; Butler, IUPUI, Green Bay, Valparaiso, Chicago State and Eastern Illinois.  The women?s event will field nine teams featuring; Butler, Ball State, IUPUI, Green Bay, Valparaiso, Indiana State, Western Illinois and Eastern Illinois.

Evansville is looking to match its success from last season as the Aces swept the individual and team championships.  Michael Sainz took medalist honors while leading UE to the team championship, 19 strokes ahead of second place IUPUI.

* Purple Aces Volleyball Edged By Southern Illinois

 Senior Brooke Maher led the Purple Aces with 18 kills, but Jessica Whitehead countered with 21 as Southern Illinois grabbed a 3-2 win over the Evansville volleyball team on Friday evening.

The loss marks the marks the sixth straight for Evansville, who falls to 11-9 and 1-4 in Missouri Valley play.  Southern Illinois improved to 8-6 and 2-3 in the MVC.

Maher’s 18-kill effort is just one short of her season high of 19.  Ellen Sawin and Jessica Knackmuhs each put forth the top offensive nights of their careers.  Sawin recorded a career-best 13 kills while Knackmuhs set her UE mark with ten.  Kaisi Nixon finished with 12.  Jenn Murphy saw a large amount of time at setter, tallying a personal best 51 assists.

Southern Illinois opened up the night with a 25-18 win.  SIU would make their first run, going up 9-6 before a three-point spurt by the Aces tied the set.  The Salukis came right back with a 6-0 run that began with a Rachael Brown kill and would not see their lead go under four points as they would cruise to the win.

Evansville started out hot in the second set and would cruise to a lopsided victory of their own in the next set.  Three straight errors gave UE a 3-0 lead, which would eventually stretch out to an 11-3 advantage on the strength of a pair of Knackmuhs kills.

Brooke Maher helped the Aces continue their run, notching three kills to help UE go up by a 19-6 tally.  Southern Illinois made the set a bit closer, going on a 10-4 run, but another Maher kill saw the Aces record the final two points to take a 25-16 victory.

Another quick start helped UE take a 2-1 lead in the match with a 26-24 win in game three.  Maher’s four kills helped Evansville jump out to a 10-5 lead.  The Salukis clawed their way back into the game, getting within a pair, 18-16, but Ellen Sawin notched two kills as UE would reel off the next five points to go up 23-16. 

A sure win turned the other way as SIU five straight points and eight of nine to tie the game at 24.  Jessica Whitehead had two kills in the run, but the Aces were able to regroup as Maher and Knackmuhs each had a kill to seal a 26-24 win.

Set four was the Salukis turn to parlay a hot start into a win as they opened up with a 7-1 lead.  Elly Braaten notched two kills to begin the game.  Sawin’s strong offensive play continued as she notched a pair of kills as UE would cut the gap to four points, 13-9, but SIU would use a 5-1 run to take a 25-19 win and send the match to a fifth and deciding set.

The final set saw the Salukis take a 2-1 lead and never look back, taking the match with a 15-10 win.  SIU stretched their lead to 6-2 early on before another Knackmuhs kill and an error brought UE within a pair.  The clinching run came in the form of an 8-2 stretch that saw SIU take a 13-6 lead and cruise to the win.

Evansville will have a week to regroup before taking to the road next Friday at Illinois State before traveling to Indiana State for a Saturday evening match.

* UE Women's Soccer Battles Back But Falls to Bluejays

In the 86th minute of play, the Evansville women’s soccer team fired back-to-back shots hoping to tie the match, but Creighton goalkeeper Alicia Montgomery made the save on the first and junior Kristen Davis’ rebound went just inches left of the goal, as the Purple Aces fell, 2-1, Saturday night at Arad McCutchan Stadium. With the loss, Evansville falls to 0-1 in Missouri Valley Conference play and 1-8-4 overall, while the Bluejays improve to 2-0 in the MVC and 6-4-1 on the season.

Brittney Neumann piloted Creighton with two first-half goals, her fifth and sixth of the season. Neumann lured UE goalkeeper Chaviel Harrison out of the net in both the eighth and 16th minute, and was able to have a clear shot at the goal, giving the Bluejays a 2-0 halftime lead.

However, the Aces made a run in the second stanza, finding the back of the net in the 55th minute. After a Creighton foul, sophomore Tasha Prentice kicked the ball from the left side of the field into the box. Montgomery’s tip gave Davis a wide-open look on the right side for her second goal of the season.

In the match, Evansville outshot the Bluejays, 15-13, including 10-4 in the first half. The squads each had eight shots on goal. UE also held a 4-0 corner kick advantage.

Sophomore Stephanie Thompson led UE with four shots, followed by Davis’ three, and Olivia Robinson and Prentice’s two.

Harrison played all 90:00 minutes in net, tallying six saves.

The Aces hit the road for three consecutive away matches, heading to Illinois State (Oct. 9), Northern Iowa (Oct. 15), and Indiana State (Oct. 19). UE returns home on Oct. 23 to face Drake at 1 p.m.

* Cross Country Notches Pair Of Top Ten Finishes In Louisville

The University of Evansville cross country teams recorded a pair of top ten finishes as the men took fifth and the women took seventh in Saturday’s Greater Louisville Classic.

Freshman Josh Genet was the top runner for the men, coming home in 20th place overall with a time of 25:28.86.  He was followed by sophomore Andrew Barrett, who was four spots behind with a 25:37.22.  Cody Stein was the third Ace to cross the stripe, taking 33rd place while Brian Denny came home in 77th place. 

The men earned a solid fifth place finish, tallying 232 points.  Lipscomb was the winner with 119 points while Ferris State tallied 146 and Southeast Missouri State was third with 173. 

Lauren Zeabart was the top finisher on the women’s side, coming in tenth place with a race of 18:52.36.  Kelby Jenkins came in 28th with a time of 18:45.84 while Melissa Truex was 42nd.

Evansville finished with a score of 237 to take seventh, 17 points behind sixth-place Centre College.  Missouri State grabbed the top two spots individually to take the team championship with 38 points while South Alabama recorded 125 to take second.

The Aces will have a week off before playing host to the University of Evansville Invitational on Oct. 15 at the UE Cross Country Course.

* Fifer And Dzakula Lead Aces In UK Invitational Finals

Freshman Gaby Fifer along with Aleks Dzakula recorded victories as the University of Evansville women’s tennis team finished up singles play at the UK Invitational on Sunday.

Fifer grabbed the first win of her Purple Aces career, taking down Kay Kay Magi of Purdue in three sets.  After topping Magi, 6-4, she fell by a 6-1 score in the second set before taking an 11-9 to take 7th place in her flight.

Dzakula also grabbed a victory in the top flight on Sunday, defeating Alix Young of Morehead State, taking a pair of 6-3 wins to take the victory.

Sunday wrapped up the three-day event for Evansville, who saw a strong weekend from Dora Kotsiou.  On Saturday, Kotsiou was victorious in her singles round and, along with Natasha James, took a doubles victory.

Evansville will finish off the fall season next weekend as will take part in the State Farm MVC Individual Championships, which will be hosted by Northern Iowa.

* UE Swimming and Diving Impressive in Season Opener

The University of Evansville men's and women's swimming and diving teams each opened the 2011-12 season with a win in today?s meet hosted by Butler University. The women claimed the top finish with wins over Butler, Saint Louis, Wright State and Valparaiso, while the men swept the meet with victories over Saint Louis, Wright State and Valparaiso.

"It was a great way to start the season,"said head coach Rickey Perkins. "Both teams have been working very hard in the pool and the weight room, and today it showed. I was impressed with our performances, but now we will refocus on the task of getting better today than what we were yesterday."?

Overall, Evansville had a swimmer finish in the Top-3 of all but one event on the day. In UE's best event of the meet, the women locked up the top four spots of the 200-yard breaststroke, led by Caroline Lee, who touched in at 2:26.21 in her collegiate debut.

Also for the women, Melissa Thurman captured the top-time in the 1000-yard freestyle while Alex Howard claimed first in the 200-backstroke. In her first meet of her collegiate career, Michelle Tipton won the 500-free with a time of 5:07.59. Last year?s Missouri Valley Conference Co-Diver Of The Year, Sadie Wells, picked up where she left off, posting a score of 225.85 to win the 3-meter.

The 400-yard relay team of Ryan Metzger, Gabriel Caradang, Alex Seward and Jake Harrington took first place with a time of 3:35.14 to open the meet for the men?s team. Alex Seward notched a first place finish in the 200-butterfly while Ryan Metzger took first in the 200-yard backstroke. On the boards, Mallet Reid won the 1-meter with a score of  243.05.

The Aces will return to action next weekend as the women host Southern Illinois while the men travel to Carbondale to take on both Southern Illinois and Miami of Ohio.


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