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  • Vol. 11 Issue 21 April 7, 2005

    Local rock band Navar, heard playinglocally in Allegany, will now rock theReilly Center Arena at St. BonaventureUniversity as it opens for this years SpringWeekend concert headliners, Reel Big Fish, at8 p.m. Thursday, April 28.

    We are honored to play the St.Bonaventure springconcert, mainlybecause we have allattended this annualSBU tradition asmusic fans, saidPat Barry, leadsinger. It makes iteven more specialfor Tim and ourmanager, Adam, tobe a part of this asSt. Bonaventurealumni.

    Navar, a self-man-aged and independentband founded in 2002 in Fillmore, N.Y., hasopened for multi-platinum recording artistsThird Eye Blind and The Goo Goo Dolls. Theband has played nearly 90 shows all over NewYork state, including Rochester, Buffalo andNew York City.

    Navar was the dream of lead singer and gui-tar player Pat Barry. Barry began playing withhis brother, Ben, a bass veteran, and the tworecorded a 12-song, self-titled debut.

    Over the next year, Navar saw band mem-bers come and go. Fortunately, Mike SkippyYudichak on guitar and Tim Lindhome ondrums soon joined the band to create what is

    now Navar. Together they created theUnreleased EP. EP was never formallyreleased because their popular Everythingsthe Same single drove them into the studio torecord their second full-length album YourWindow.

    Together with producer Marc Hunt andRobby Takac, produc-

    er and member ofThe Goo GooDolls, Navarentered ChameleonWest recording stu-dio, owned byTakac, to create the15-track albumYour Window. Thealbum is full ofwhat Navar hasbecome known for passion.Navar has also

    been broadcasted onthe nationally syndicated Howard Stern Showand featured on XM Satellite Radio. The bandhas played many shows in the heart of NYCsmusic scene, including such venues as CBGB,Arlene Grocery, The Luna Lounge and TheAlphabet Lounge.

    Navar can be heard locally on FM Radio101.5-the Mix in Olean and is in rotation atBonas WSBU-FM the Buzz, which has alsodone two on-air interviews with the band.Articles have been written about Navar in localpapers, including the Cuba Patriot and The(Olean) Times Herald.

    Local band Navar to open for Spring Weekend concert

    photo by: Brady Dillsworth

  • CAB Movies on SBU Channel 9

    Monday, 4/11: Old SchoolTuesday, 4/12: Final Cut

    Wednesday, 4/13: SpanglishThursday, 4/14: Oceans 12Friday, 4/15: Hotel Rwanda

    Movie Showtimes Nightly:7:30 p.m., 10:30 p.m. & 1:30 a.m.

    Be part of the fun at this years SpringWeekend! When your team isnt com-peting in the softball tournament,come to the carnival midway where you canplay such games as milk can toss, penny pitchand pop-a-pimple right next to your favoritecarnival food (fried dough, sausage sandwichesand caramel apples).

    Better yet, get your club, organization orteam together to man a game booth Friday,April 29, and Saturday, April 30. The booths as well as a number of prizes for winners will be provided. And, better yet, your organi-zation gets to keep a portion of the money your

    booth brings in. Game booths will be centrally located on the

    outdoor basketball courts between the ReillyCenter and the Sandra A. and William L.Richter Center and need to be manned from 4-7 p.m. Friday and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday.In addition to being close to the cotton candystand, the game booths will be adjacent to theoutdoor stage, which will feature entertainmentincluding the student band Stop Seven (for-merly Nullnvoid).

    For information about running a booth, con-tact Spencer Peavey, director of new students,at ext. 2051 or speavey@sbu.edu.

    Be part of the fun at the 2005 Spring Weekend!

    All are invited as St. Bonaventure University cele-brates 30 years of service by its student-runsoup kitchen, The Warming House, with a briefceremony at 7 p.m. Monday, in the atrium of The ReginaA. Quick Center for the Arts.

    Fr. Michael Duffy, director of St. Francis Inn, aFranciscan soup kitchen in Philadelphia, will give a briefkeynote address on The Dignity of the Poor.

    The Warming House, which began in academic year1974-75, was honored in fall 2003 with a national awardfor Forming Christian Conscience from the CatholicCampus Ministry Association, one of only seven such

    ministry programs to be recognized nationally. The awardwas presented during a Bishops Reception with the U.S.Conference of Catholic Bishops on Nov. 12, 2003, inWashington, D.C.

    For 30 years, University students, faculty and friars,working in collaboration with community volunteers, haveprovided food and companionship to the needy of theOlean area. The soup kitchen is currently located at 110W. State St., Olean.

    For more information about The Warming House or toRSVP for the event, please contact director Sarah Niesat (716) 375-2601.

    Warming House celebrates 30 years of service

  • Sunday Monday Tuesday

    Wednesday Thursday Friday

    SaturdayCABNews is a joint publication

    of the Office of Student Activitiesand the Office of Communications.Submissions should be directed toAnna E. Button, editor ofCABNews. E-mail submissions arepreferred; send toCABNEWS@SBU.EDU.

    Please direct questions and sug-gestions to Anna at ext. 2080 orBeth Eberth at ext. 2453.

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    - Ring the Bell ofRemembrance during Dignity of

    Life weekAnytime before 9 p.m. Mass

    *During the week at lunch timeOutside the Thomas Merton

    Ministry Center

    - Sr. Ellen Dauwer, Ph.D.Challenges Facing Small

    Liberal Arts Universites4 p.m.

    Murphy Aud.- 30th Anniversary of Warmimg

    House Dessert Reception7 p.m.

    Quick Center for the Arts

    - Carol Cross discussesChanging the Face of Pro-Life

    Politics7:30 p.m

    Thomas Merton MinistryCenter

    - Rosary for Lifemidnight

    Statue of Mary- Mens Baseball double-

    header vs.Canisius College

    2 p.m.- Womens Softball double-

    header vs.Cornell Univ.

    3 p.m.

    - Teddy KatzIsrael, the Palestinians and the

    War on Terrorism7 p.m.

    Murphy Aud.

    Evening Away at Mt. Irenaeus

    - Mens Baseball vs. Fordham Univ.

    12 p.m.

    Weekend Away at Mt. Irenaeus

    - Avner The Eccentric8 p.m.

    Rigas Family Theater

    - Womens Lacross vs. Univ. of Massachusetts

    3 p.m.

    Weekend Away at Mt. Irenaeus

  • Sunday Monday Tuesday

    Wednesday Thursday Friday

    SaturdayCABNews is a joint publication

    of the Office of Student Activitiesand the Office of Communications.Submissions should be directed toAnna E. Button, editor ofCABNews. E-mail submissions arepreferred; send toCABNEWS@SBU.EDU.

    Please direct questions and sug-gestions to Anna at ext. 2080 orBeth Eberth at ext. 2453.

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    Mens Baseball vs. Fordham Univ.

    12 p.m.

    - Dick Joyce SportsSymposium

    Separating Sports ReportingFrom Opinion

    2 p.m.Murphy Aud.

    - Curators Choice: Workson Paper from the QAC

    Collection7 p.m.

    Rigas Family Theater

    Mens Baseball double-header vs. Niagra

    2 p.m.

    - Jazz Band Concert7:30 p.m.

    Rigas Family Theater

    Evening Away at Mt. Irenaeus

    - On the Town:Glimmerglass opera

    7 p.m.Rigas Family Theater

    - Auditioning Alchemy2 p.m.

    The Robert R. Jones Board ofTrustees Room, Doyle Hall

    - Womens Softball double-header vs.

    Univ. of Massachusetts3 p.m.