This Week in Orbit Media

Here’s a look at some of the things that Orbit Media is talking about this week!

Muskingum University Instructor of Saxophone Michael Torres will be performing alongside guest pianist Jiung Yoon in Brown Chapel on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. The recital is free and open to the public.

Auditions for the superhero comedy HEARTS♥LIKE♥FISTS will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday at 7 p.m. in Caldwell Hall 300.  No preparation is necessary, and the audition is welcome to all majors.  Scripts are available in Caldwell 131. Wear comfortable clothing; auditions will include a test of physical agility.

Career Services is offering an interview workshop on Tuesday at 4 p.m. and a resume workshop on Thursday at 11:30 a.m. Both workshops will be held in the TOC.

The Muskingum University Concert Choir and Chamber Singers begin their 2016 Domestic tour at Brown Chapel on Friday, at 7:30 p.m. The concert is free and open to the public.

NCAARD is holding Ukulele classes this Saturday and next Saturday, Feb. 20. Sessions will take place in the music classroom located in the NCAARD building on Comin Street. Pre-registration at least five days in advance is requested for the class. Contact their office at (740) 826-2293 for more information.

The Muskingum Valley Symphonic Winds will be performing on campus in Brown Chapel on Sunday at 3 p.m. The theme is Bookmarks from Japan.

First-years in the top 35% of their class are eligible for membership in Lambda Sigma, the Sophomore Honorary. Check your mail for more information!

There’s a new art exhibition at the Louis O. Palmer art gallery. Works from local artist Julie Keirle and her family, including former New Concord mayor Greg Adams, are featured in the Intimate Connections Exhibition. To visit the gallery, contact the Academic Affairs office at (740) 826-8122.

Sports Preview

The Denver Broncos beat the Carolina Panthers 24-10 in this past Sunday’s Super Bowl! Tune in to the Muskie Sports Blast Monday at 8 p.m. for a recap of the game!

Follow us on twitter @orbit907sports & check out the sports schedule on for updates and cancellations.

What Happened During the Week

A case of bacterial meningitis has been confirmed on Muskingum University’s campus. Hear the full story on The Muskie Daily.

Muskies earn first OAC win over Heidelberg

In a game that saw several lineup changes and constant adjustments, the Muskingum University Womens Basketball team came away with a 68-60 win over OAC rival Heidelberg Saturday.

The win was the first in conference play for the Muskies in the 2015 season.

Head Coach Beth Fox changed things up with the starting lineup for the game, giving Leigha Moran her second consecutive start in place of Jasmine Goings, as well as elevating Caitlyn Smith to a starting role over second leading scorer Olivia Besancon.

The Muskies fought hard in the first half, but didn’t shoot well from the field, going down 32-23 at the halftime break. The ladies shot just 27% from the field in the half, as well as making only three of 12 three-point attempts.

The Muskies flipped the script in the second half, using better shooting and a concerted defensive effort to get back in the game and take the lead in the fourth quarter. The Muskies made seven threes in the second half, including two from Mallory Taylor, on their way to building a 12 point lead with 2:06 left in the game.

The Student Princes tried to battle back, but couldn’t crack the Muskie defense late, only getting it down to an eight point Muskie lead near the finish.

Alex Carson led the Muskies offensively with 19 points, but also added five steals on the defensive end. Taylor chipped in with 18 in the contest to aid the effort.

The win puts the Muskies at 5-15 overall on the season and 1-12 in the OAC. The ladies will be back in action on Feb. 10 for the first of three straight road games when they travel to Capital.