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Weekly Broadcast for
5 May 2014

Spotlight Program

Spotlight Program

Red Dragon Theatre

Movie

May is:

  • Inventor's Month
  • Photo Month
  • Hamburger Month
  • Get Caught Reading Month
  • BBQ Month
  • ALS Awareness Month
  • American Wetlands Month
  • Celiac Awareness Month
  • Clean Air Month
  • lobal Civility Awareness Month
  • Global Health and Fitness Month
  • nternational Victorious Woman Month
  • Jewish-American Heritage Month
  • Latino Books Month
  • Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection & Prevention Month
  • ational High Blood Pressure Education Month 
  • National Inventors Month
  • National Meditation Month
  • National Mediterranean Diet Month
  • National Mental Health Month
  • National Salad Month
  • National Smile Month 
  • National Water Safety Month
  • Older Americans Month
  • Personal History Month
  • Spiritual Literacy Month
  • Strike Out Strokes Month
  • Women's Health Care Month
  • Young Achievers of Tomorrow Month
  • National Family Month (5/12 to 6/16)
  • Revise Your Work Schedule Month
  • National Salad Month
  • National Salsa Month
  • National Osteoporosis Prevention Month
  • National Photo Month

Ongoing/Of Note

Milne 24

With the support of the Milne Library staff, Colleges Against Cancer will be handing out snacks on the 1st floor of Milne Library. The goal of this event is to promote healthy eating while giving everyone a boost while they're studying for finals.

Damascene

Monday

  • Bonza Bottler Day
  • Cartoonists Day
  • National Wildflower Week begins (May 5-11). 
  • Birth anniversary of philosopher Søren Kierkegaard (1813-1855).
  • Birth anniversary of Karl Marx (1818-83).
  • 100th birth anniversary of actor Tyrone Power (1914-58).
  • Birthdays Today: Adele, Chris Brown, Henry Cavill, Richard E. Grant, Lance Henriksen, Paul Konerko, Jean-Pierre Leaud, Michael Murphy, Michael Palin.

 

 

 

CPR

  • Donate
  • 10 AM Acoustic Show, IRC Quad - Rock to Cure will be having an outdoor acoustic show with performers throughout the day. The show will be free, but donations are welcome.
  • 10 AM Final Goodie Bags, CME - Hillel will be making goodie bags for finals week to distribute to students.
  • 5 PM Stress Busters for Finals, Union Square -Local energy healers, Reiki practitioners, and other professionals offer their stress reduction services for free to students, faculty and staff of SUNY Oneonta. Come in, sit down, relax and think of nothing, but taking care of yourself for a few minutes. We are happy to help and are looking forward to seeing you there! Each day from 5-8 PM.
  • 6:30 PM The Music Industry Club Presents: Bray, Undesirable People, The Promise Hero, and Naughty, Hamblin Theater - Come see the last show of the semester for The Music Industry Club: Bray: Oneonta pop-punk; The Promise Hero: Ohio rock pop; Undesirable People.: Michigan alt. rock; Naughty: Oneonta rock. Students: $2, Non-Students: $3 Come celebrate the end of a semester full of rocking shows!
  • LEAD Credit7 PM CPR Course Little Theater, Alumni Hall - To enroll in a course, email your name, phone number, and the requested course date. LEAD: Healthy Behavior

Tuesday

  • World Asthma Day
  • National Teacher Day
  • Joseph Brackett Day
  • No Diet Day
  • No Homework Day
  • 100th birth anniversary of poet Randall Jarrell (1914-65)
  • 60 years ago, in 1954, Roger Bannister broke the four-minute-mile barrier with a time of 3:59:4
  • In 1915, Babe Ruth of the Boston Red Sox hit his first major league home run.
  • Birthdays Today: Tom Bergeron, Tony Blair, George Clooney, Roma Downey, Leslie Hope, Ben Masters, Willie Mays, Chris Paul, Bob Seger, Gabourey Sidibe, Lynn Whitfield. 

GEaRS
Trivia

  • PIZZA
  • 5 PM Stress Busters for Finals, Union Square -Local energy healers, Reiki practitioners, and other professionals offer their stress reduction services for free to students, faculty and staff of SUNY Oneonta. Come in, sit down, relax and think of nothing, but taking care of yourself for a few minutes. We are happy to help and are looking forward to seeing you there! Each day from 5-8 PM.
  • 6:30 PM GEARS General Body Meeting, Susquehanna Room, Hunt Union - G.E.a.R.S. meets to discuss issues of gender and sexuality each week. We focus on issues and intersections in race, age, gender, sexuality, physical ability, and other aspects if individuals. G.E.a.R.S. participated in a variety of events and projects that seek to achieve equality throughout society.* WE ARE A SAFE SPACE FOR ALL! ** EVERYONE IS WELCOME! *
  • Identity
  • 9 PM Team Trivia, Hunt Living Room - Form a team as small or large as you'd like (remember that there is only a team prizeâ - no individual prizes). Sign up your team with the moderator. The game is played in 5 rounds with the challenge level increasing at each round and music played between each song (when the song ends, your answer must be in). Team with the highest number of points wins a $25 Starbucks Gift Card.

Wednesday

  • National School Nurse Day
  • Great American Grump Out
  • Beaufort Scale Day
  • 225 years ago, in 1789 at New York City, the first US presidential inaugural ball was held--to honor new president George Washington.
  • In 1824, Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony premiered at Vienna, Austria.
  • Birth anniversaries of Johannes Brahms (1833-97), Robert Browning (1812-1889), Gary Cooper (1901-61), Archibald MacLeish (1892-1982), Peter Tchaikovsky (1840-93) and Johnny Unitas (1933-2002).

 

Donate Hair
Grow your hair out over the summer for a good cause.

  • 8 AM Gabrial Garcia Marquez Photo Exhibition, International Lounge, Hunt Union
  • Trade
  • 10:30 AM Political Science Club Picnic, College Camp - Every year we do a picnic for the club members and students in the department.
  • 4PM Action Hero Reception, CME, Lee Hall
  • Pig Roast
  • 5:30 PM Habitat for Humanity General Body Meeting, IRC 2
  • Planets
  • 8 PM ODK Candy-Grams!, Milne Library - ODK Members will be walking around the library lifting the spirits of those suffering from finals week studying. Look out for us walking around with candy with encouraging messages attached!
  • 9 PM Stress Free Zone, Hunt Union - Take a break before finals and join us in Hunt for massages, make your own lip balm, make your own air fresheners, arts & crafts, and plenty of food.

Thursday

  • Iris Day
  • Free Trade Day
  • No Socks Day
  • 1794 - The United States Post Office was established.
  • 1886 - Pharmacist Dr. John Styth Pemberton invented what would later be called "Coca-Cola."
  • 1933 - Gandhi began a hunger strike to protest British oppression in India.
  • 1999 - The first female cadet graduated from The Citadel military college.
  • Birthdays Today: Paul Samwell-Smith, Gary Glitter, Chris Frantz, Phillip Bailey, Billy Burnette, David Keith, Stephen Furst, Alex Van Halen, Ronnie Lott, Eric Brittingham, Melissa Gilbert, Dave Rowntree,
    Del Gray.
  • 12 AM Midnight Breakfast, Wilsbach Dining Hall
  • Finals
  • Photos
  • 10 AM Jewelry Sale Hunt Union Living Room - We are having a great jewelry sale with accessories and jewelry. Support local business come out and get some great spring attire!
  • 12 PM Dance Team Senior Goodie Bags, Downstairs Mills - Dance Team will be selling goodie bags to people who want to give their friends who are graduating a nice note and gift before they leave. Each bag will be $2.
  • 5 PM Stress Busters for Finals, Union Square -Local energy healers, Reiki practitioners, and other professionals offer their stress reduction services for free to students, faculty and staff of SUNY Oneonta. Come in, sit down, relax and think of nothing, but taking care of yourself for a few minutes. We are happy to help and are looking forward to seeing you there! Each day from 5-8 PM.

Friday

  • Lost Sock Memorial Day
  • Military Spouse Appreciation Day
  • 1936 - The first sheet of postage stamps of more than one variety went on sale in New York City.
  • 1960 - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved for sale an oral birth-control pill for the first time.
  • 1962 - A laser beam was successfully bounced off Moon for the first time.
  • 1994 - Nelson Mandela was chosen to be South Africa's first black president.
  • Birthdays Today: Steve Katz, Candice Bergen, Clavin Murphy, Billy Joel, Alley Mills, Dave Gahan, Ghostface Killah, Rachel Boston, Prince Fielder, Audrina Patridge, Rosario Dawson.
  • Finals
  • 8 AM Gabrial Garcia Marquez Photo Exhibition, International Lounge, Hunt Union
  • 12 PM Dance Team Senior Goodie Bags, Downstairs Mills - Dance Team will be selling goodie bags to people who want to give their friends who are graduating a nice note and gift before they leave. Each bag will be $2.
  • 5 PM Stress Busters for Finals, Union Square -Local energy healers, Reiki practitioners, and other professionals offer their stress reduction services for free to students, faculty and staff of SUNY Oneonta. Come in, sit down, relax and think of nothing, but taking care of yourself for a few minutes. We are happy to help and are looking forward to seeing you there! Each day from 5-8 PM. Also offered on 5/13 and 14.
  • Movie
    6:30 PM The Monuments Men, Red Dragon Theatre - An unlikely World War II platoon is tasked by FDR with going into Germany to rescue artistic masterpieces from Nazi thieves and returning them to their rightful owners. It would be an impossible mission: with the art trapped behind enemy lines, and with the German army under orders to destroy everything as the Reich fell, how could these guys seven museum directors, curators, and art historians, all more familiar with Michelangelo than the M-1 possibly hope to succeed? But as the Monuments Men, as they were called, found themselves in a race against time to avoid the destruction of 1000 years of culture, they would risk their lives to protect and defend mankind's greatest achievements FREE with valid SUNY Oneonta ID, $3 for all others.
  • 9 PM The Monuments Men, Red Dragon Theatre

Saturday

  • Fair Trade Day
  • Windmill Day
  • Train Day
  • World Lupus Day
  • Mother Ocean Day
  • Stay Up All night Night
  • 1872 - Victoria Woodhull became the first woman nominated for the U.S. presidency.
  • 1962 - Marvel Comics published the first issue of "The Incredible Hulk."
  • 2002 - Dr. Pepper announced that it would be introducing a new flavor, Red Fusion, for the first time in 117 years.
  • 2011 - It was announced that Microsoft had closed a deal to purchase the internet phone service Skype for $8.5 billion.
  • Birthdays Today: Sid Vicious, Bono, Suzan-Lori Parks, Linda Evangelista, Jason Brooks, Young MC, Erik Palladiono, Richard Patrick, Amanda Borden, Kenan Thompson, Jason Dalyrimple.

 

  • Finals
  • Mud
  • 10 AM SHIFT New York Holistic Living & 10th annual Spiritual Arts Fair, Hunt Union - Featuring private, “tried and true” psychic readings and alternative energy healings which can be booked ahead thru the website www.shiftnewyork.com , or just drop in. Over 22 Free Workshops from Renowned Spiritual Teachers over 2 days including; Guided Meditation, Mediumship Gallery- Messages from Beyond, “Happiness is a Choice”, Energy Self-Healing, “Ghosts, Spirits & Spooks!”, Flower Essences & Aromatherapy, Living Stress Free, Spirit Guides, Manifesting Your Dream Life, “Careers, Wholeness & Meaning”; “Connecting with Your Higher Self” & more; Additional Fees for Aura Photos, Chakra Portraits, Massage, Henna Tattoos. Tried and True Psychic Readers, Mediums & Energy Healers from all across the Northeast. Vendors of Spiritual & Metaphysical items & beautiful hand-crafted gifts just in time for Mother’s Day- healing crystals, custom artistic wood working of ancient symbols, Fairy Fantasy Figures, natural personal products, Candles, Original Jewelry, pendulums, handbags, scarves & much more.
  • Track11 AM Dance Team Car Wash -  Each wash is $5 a car
  • 12 PM Dance Team Senior Goodie Bags, Downstairs Mills - Dance Team will be selling goodie bags to people who want to give their friends who are graduating a nice note and gift before they leave. Each bag will be $2.
  • 2 PM Outdoor Track and Field Meet for Men and Women
  • 6:30 PM The Monuments Men, Red Dragon Theatre
  • 9 PM The Monuments Men, Red Dragon Theatre

Sunday

  • Eat What you Want Day
  • Root Canal Appreciation Day
  • Twilight Zone Day
  • 1910 - Glacier National Park in Montana was established.
  • 1947 - The creation of the tubeless tire was announced by the B.F. Goodrich Company.
  • 1949 - Siam changed its name to Thailand.
  • 1997 - Garry Kasparov, world chess champion, lost his first ever multi-game match. He lost to IBM's chess computer Deep Blue. It was the first time a computer had beaten a world-champion player.
  • Birthdays Today: Dr. Robert Jarvik, Frances Fisher, Shohreh Adhdashloo, Boyd Gaines, Mark Herndon, J.J. Jeczalik, Martha Quinn, Natasha Richardson, Jeffrey Donovan, Austin O'Brien, Jonathan Jackson, Cory Monteith, Matt Leinart.
  • Finals
  • SHIFT
  • 12 PM Dance Team Senior Goodie Bags, Downstairs Mills - Dance Team will be selling goodie bags to people who want to give their friends who are graduating a nice note and gift before they leave. Each bag will be $2.
  • 1 pm The Monument's Men, Red Dragon Theatre
  • 6:30 PM The Monument's Men, Red Dragon Theatre
  • 8 PM ODK Candy-Grams!, Milne Library - ODK Members will be walking around the library lifting the spirits of those suffering from finals week studying. Look out for us walking around with candy with encouraging messages attached!
  • 9 pm The Monument's Men, Red Dragon Theatre

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