Archive for November, 2013

Cooking Up A Sound Christmas Gift!

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Ever wanted to know how to make almond tea punch, chicken tortilla soup, New Orleans shrimp and grits, or chocolate chip zucchini bread?The cookbook, “Mmm! Mmm! Sounds Good!” features these and more than 250 other delicious recipes submitted by ACU students, alumni, and professors. In addition, it has ideas for activities that would be useful in therapy and recipes for homemade face paint and play dough.The cookbook costs just $8 (plus $2 shipping) and makes a great Christmas gift! All proceeds benefit the scholarship fund of the ACU chapter of NSSLHA. To order yours, contact Dr. Barnett at

Students Spook Professor!

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Grad halloween

The first year of graduate school has its fair share of projects, research papers, exams, and deadlines. So, what better way to de-stress than to dress up for class in Halloween costumes?  The first year graduate students did just that and showed off their creativity in the process!  They surprised Dr. Austin, who teaches their childhood language disorders class, by planning the occasion days in advance.  As a result, Dr. Austin lectured that afternoon to a room that included a peacock, a bank robber, an M&M, Rosie the Riveter, Wednesday from the Adam’s family, Waldo, and Katniss from The Hunger Games. And for all their creative work, the imaginative students enjoyed some well-deserved candy!