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Weekly Broadcast for
22 September 2014

Spotlight Program

Spotlight Program

Red Dragon Theatre

Movie

September is:

  • AKC Responsible Dog Ownership Month
  • Animal Remembrance Month
  • World Atrial Fibrillation Awareness Month
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Month
  • Baby Safety Month
  • Backpack Safety America Month
  • Be Kind to Editors and Writers Month
  • Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
  • Childhood Obesity Awareness Month College
  • Savings Month
  • Coupon Month
  • DNA, Genomics and Stem Cell Education and Awareness Month
  • Fall Hat Month
  • Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month
  • Happy Cat Month
  • Head Lice Prevention Month
  • Hispanic Heritage Month (through 10/15)
  • Honey Month
  • Hunger Action Month
  • Library Card Sign-Up Month
  • Mushroom Month
  • One-on-One Month
  • Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month
  • Pleasure Your Mate Month
  • Preparedness Month
  • Prostate Cancer Awareness Month
  • Recovery Month
  • Rice Month
  • Service Dog Month
  • Shameless Promotion Month
  • Skin Care Awareness Month
  • Sports Eye Safety Month
  • Subliminal Communications Month
  • Superior Relationships Month
  • Update Your Resume Month
  • Whole Grains Month
  • Wilderness Month
  • Women's Friendship Month

Tickets on Sale
Listed below are tickets currently on sale at the Hunt College Union Box Office which is open weekdays from 10AM-10PM and accepts cash and Dragon Dollars.

Ongoing/Of Note

Casting Call

This program, funded by the College at Oneonta Foundation and the SUNY Oneonta Alumni Association, provides funding for independent research and creative activity projects conducted by students with faculty sponsorship. Guidelines and application materials for the fall 2014 round of the Student Grant Program (for 2015 funding) are available. The application deadline is November 12, 2014.
Program highlights:

  • Separate guidelines and application forms are used for Research projects and Creative Activity projects.
  • Student awardees are eligible to receive fellowships of up to $300 per project (not per student, if multiple), so students should be encouraged to apply even if they don’t need funding for materials, supplies or other expenses.
  • Faculty mentors will receive a $300 fellowship or travel award for each project sponsored (two maximum per grant cycle); for projects with multiple mentors, the $300 award will be split.
Contact a member of the Committee on Research (available on the website) if you have questions.

innovation

SUNY Oneonta is soliciting participation from students in all majors to take part in the Innovative Challenge New York: Mohawk Valley; an inaugural student competition centered on transforming novel ideas into actions and greater quality of life for all New Yorkers. On Friday October 24-Saturday, October 25th, CNSE/SUNY IT will be hosting for the first time, students from schools throughout the Mohawk Valley to collaborate across disciplines to create innovative solutions to our area’s most challenging social and economic issues. The ICNY MV will combine the best of business modeling and innovation with collaborative design methodologies developed and used by Architects, designers, and urban planners. It is modeled after an event held at Temple University. The Challenge topic for 2014 will center on “How do we harness the Do it Yourself (DIY) ethos to build community, economic and cultural sustainability” The goal of the topic is to challenge participants to explore and propose ways to tap into the potential of the DIY movement in the Mohawk Valley region. Click here for more details about the event, or call Carolyn Lewis, Economic Development Coordinator at 607-436-2572. Registration must be completed by October 1.

 

Monday

Today Is:
-Autumnal Equinox (Autumn)
-American Business Women's Day
-Car Free Day
-Chainmail Day
-Dear Diary Day
-Elephant Appreciation Day
-Family Day
-Ice Cream Cone Day
-Hobbit Day
-International day of Radiant Peace
-National Centenarian's day
-National Rock n' Roll Dog Day
-National White Chocolate Day
-National Woman Road Warrior Day
-Mali: Independence Day

HEC

Today's History:

-Congress established the office of Postmaster General on this day in 1789, following the Departments of State, War, & Treasury.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

YouTube

  • 10 AM WONY's first CD sale! Schumacher Quad - Come on by to pick up CDs of every genre for only a few dollars!
  • 1 PM Defeat Child Abuse, Schumacher Quad - Come support the sisters of Sigma Delta Tau as we sell blue rasberry candy apples to raise money and awareness for our national philanthropy Prevent Child Abuse America!
  • 3 PM Making the Most of Your Greek Experience, Butternut Valley - This program will teach students how to get the most out of Greek Life. There are many opportunities available to students in fraternities and sororities and this program will teach you to make the most of those opportunities to give you an advantage when applying for internships, grad school and for jobs after graduation. 
  • 6 PM Human Ecology Club Meeting, Human Ecology Building room 204 - This is a general body meeting. All are welcome to attend! 
  • Ruff
  • Blacklist
  • LEAD Credit7:30 PM Leadership & Ethics, Wilber Hall Seminar Room - Leadership and Ethics is an interactive program that will allow students to directly interact with their own values, the idea of morals, and how to respond to the ethical needs of the community. Through three activities, students will get to experience and actively interact with their values, compare morals to other students, and to try to make decisions based on a strict ethical environment. This program requires 1.5 hours due to the time of the activities but is well worth the time. This training is specifically designed for leaders in student development.
  • Darren Brand

Tuesday
CPR

Today Is:
-Innergize Day
-Celebrate Bi-sexuality Day
-Checkers Day or Dogs in Politics Day
-National Voter Registration Day
-Restless Legs Awareness Day

Today's History:

-After over two years in the American West, the Lewis and Clark expedition returned in 1806 to St. Louis.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fashion

 

 

 

 

 

 

CWC

 

 

Trivia

  • 9 AM Fall 2014 Free CPR & AED Training Little Theatre, Alumni Hall - The Oneonta State Emergency Squad (OSES) in conjunction with the University Police Department Office of Emergency Management will host this American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR & AED Class. *Classes are free of charge with a valid student or faculty/staff ID* This course does not meet standards for Lifeguarding, nursing, athletic trainers or coaches. E-mail your name, phone number, and the date you wish to attend to sign up. A confirmation email will be sent to you. Need a different course? No problem! We have Basic Life Support Healthcare Provider Level CPR and Heartsaver 1st Aid courses available! Just ask.
  • 11 AM SUNY O Farmers' Market, Netzer Quad - Come to enjoy some of our locally grown products. 
  • 11 AM APO Pie a Brother, IRC Quad - Come pie a brother of Alpha Phi Omega for $1 and help us raise money for the conference we are hosting next semester!
  • Haze
  • 1 PM Defeat Child Abuse, Schumacher Quad - Come support the sisters of Sigma Delta Tau as we sell blue rasberry candy apples to raise money and awareness for our national philanthropy Prevent Child Abuse America!
  • LEAD Credit4 PM Goal Setting, How to Make your Goals S.M.A.R.T, Hunt Union - Union Square - When it comes to setting goals or creating your own personal imprint within the community, whether it's within a floor community or the campus in general, it is beneficial for people to set goals that are S.M.A.R.T. "S" for specific, "M" for measureable, "A" for attainable, "R" for realistic, and "T" for Timely. Within this in-service, it is my hope to influence our student staff members AND professional staff to not only have an agenda and cross things off, but know the deep importance for why we set goals and how our goals can affect the community we live in.
  • 5:30 PM DESIGNER INTEREST MEETING for SPRING FASHION SHOW, IRC 4 - If you are interested in designing for the Annual SFS Spring Fashion Show, please attend this interest meeting *You do NOT need to be a member of the club nor do you need to be a fashion major to design in the show.
  • 5:30 PM J-Party for The Japanese Society for All! Fitzelle 202 - It will be a semester for meeting awesome people from around the world, making friendships, and having fun learning about Japan! Please come join us for this amazing experience!
  • English
  • SA
  • 8 PM Creative Writing Club general body meeting, Catskill room @Hunt - Come join the Creative Writing Club at our weekly meeting!
  • 9 PM Team Trivia, Hunt Union Living Room - Form a team as small or large as you'd like (remember that there is only a team prize - 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
Pizza

Today Is:
-National Women's Health & Fitness Day
-Punctuation Day
-Rosh Hashanah
-Cambodia: Constitutional Declaration Day
-Mozambique: Armed Forces Day
-Schwenkfelder Thanksgiving

Today's History:

-The groundbreaking album Nevermind was released by grunge-rock group Nirvana on this date in 1991.

CPR

KCC

  • 11 AM Pizza with a Twist, schumacher quad B - Pizza with a Twist is an event to raise money for the spring brook organization. this event has three activites each pulling from differnt types of disabilities. we will be selling pizza in return of doing an activity, the way the price for the slice works is with each activity done it lowers the cost of the pizza.
  • 12 PM Chit Chat with Professor Ashok Malhotra, Fitzelle Hall Snack Bar - Dr. Malhotra will share his 47 years of experience teaching at SUNY Oneonta: his ventures into writing (his first book in the Fitzelle Snack bar during the 1970s) and publishing 16 books and more than 100 articles, reviews, poems, essays and a monthly Yoga Life Column for the newspaper. All are welcome to this informal chit chat in Ashok's favorite snack bar!
  • 12 PM These Hands Don't Haze, Wilsbach Dining Hall - Join Sigma Delta Tau in their persuit to end hazing! Place your hands and your handcock on our banner and be entered to win a prize! The banner will be displayed in the quad for the end of Anti-Hazing Week!
  • 3 PM Photoshop 101- The Basics, Schumacher Hall - SCHU 09 COMPUTER LAB - This presentation will consist of a tutorial of the basic functions of Adobe Photoshop. This software can be a very helpful tool for the RAs, specifically as it relates to program advertising, bulletin board and door tag making. They will learn how to navigate the Photoshop interface, and how to use several of the tools within the software
  • Study Abroad
  • 4 PM English Club weekly meeting, Hunt Union across from Starbucks - Parnassus: The English Club holds weekly meetings to discuss books, play word games, take trips, and generally get involved in all things literary! Each year we also hold the New Critics conference where students get to share the work they've done and meet with an important literary guest speaker. Come check us out, our club is open to all students, not just English majors!
  • Ferguson
  • 8:00 PM Fall 2014 Free CPR & AED Training Little Theatre, Alumni Hall - The Oneonta State Emergency Squad (OSES) in conjunction with the University Police Department Office of Emergency Management will host this American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR & AED Class. *Classes are free of charge with a valid student or faculty/staff ID* This course does not meet standards for Lifeguarding, nursing, athletic trainers or coaches. E-mail your name, phone number, and the date you wish to attend to sign up. A confirmation email will be sent to you. Need a different course? No problem! We have Basic Life Support Healthcare Provider Level CPR and Heartsaver 1st Aid courses available! Just ask.
  • 8 PM 2nd KCC General Body Meeting, Morris Hall Craven Lounge
  • 8 PM Big O Poetry Slam #120, Hunt Union Waterfront - The slam is open to the first ten SUNY Oneonta Students who sign up at the stage. The first five Big O Poetry Slams this fall serve as qualifiers for the Grand Slam on November 12 to determine the 2014-15 SUNY Oneonta Poetry Slam Team. Feature Poet: Danny Solis has been teaching and performing poetry for over twenty years. The art and craft of poetry has taken Solis to Europe, Asia and most recently Botswana, Africa. Solis has won Poetry Slam championships that include, city, regional, national and international titles. Solis has taught and facilitated the creation of poetry with Advanced Placement students, gang members, teachers, the elderly, and many others. In 2005, Solis served as Artistic Director of the National Poetry Slam, the largest poetry performance festival in the world.

Thursday
Fish

 

Today Is:
-Math Story Telling Day
-National One-Hit Wonder Day
-National Psychotherapy Day
-World Ataxia Awareness Day
-World Pharmacists Day

Today's History:

-Sandra Day O'Connor was sworn in as the first woman associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court on this date in 1981.

 

 

 

ZDC

Persepolis

CPR

  • 11 AM Fish Pong!, Quad - Beginning of the semester got you homesick and lonely? Play pong to win your new best friend! SDT is back with their annual fundraiser! $3/Play $2/Bowl $1/Food
  • 12 PM Casting Call, IRC TV Studios - Do you love SUNY Oneonta? Share your story with prospective students! The offices of Communications and Admissions are looking for students to represent the college in brochures, videos and other promotional materials. Come to our Casting Call on Thursday, Sept. 25, from noon to 7 p.m. at the IRC TV Studios. We'll interview you about your experiences at Oneonta, take your photo, and videotape you answering a few questions. The entire process should take about 30 minutes. As a thank-you, we'll send you a copy of your professional headshot. There will also be free door prizes!
  • Apollo
  • 6:30 PM The Music Industry Club Presents: Survay Says, Bray, Abraskadabra, The Bailouts, Doldrums, and JT Turret, Hunt Union Waterfront - Celebrating the cd release of Red Dragon Records artist Bray. Presale tickets are $3 for students and $5 for non-students. Tickets at the door are $5 for students and $7 for non-students.
  • 7 PM Zombie Defense Corps, General Body Meeting IRC 7
  • Scotland
  • LEAD Credit7 PM Persepolis Discussion Groups! FYE Residence Halls - Join SUNY Oneonta faculty and staff for a discussion of the 2014 Common Read, Persepolis. These discussions will take place in each FYE residence hall at the same time. The conversation will focus on the various themes of the book and will be very interactive. Some of the themes that could be covered are: Diversity, Transition, Family, War, and Love.
  • LEAD Credit7 PM Fall 2014 Free CPR & AED Training Little Theatre, Alumni Hall - The Oneonta State Emergency Squad (OSES) in conjunction with the University Police Department Office of Emergency Management will host this American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR & AED Class. *Classes are free of charge with a valid student or faculty/staff ID* This course does not meet standards for Lifeguarding, nursing, athletic trainers or coaches. E-mail your name, phone number, and the date you wish to attend to sign up. A confirmation email will be sent to you. Need a different course? No problem! We have Basic Life Support Healthcare Provider Level CPR and Heartsaver 1st Aid courses available! Just ask.

Friday
SoccerField Hockey

Today Is:
-Johnny Appleseed Day
-Love Note Day
-Save the Koala day
-Shamu the Whale Day
-World Contraception Day
-Hug A Vegetarian Day

Today's History:

-The first televised presidential debate took place on this date in 1960 between John F. kennedy and Richard Nixon.

  • VolleyballBINGO3 PM SUNYAC Volleyball Weekend, Dewar Arena
  • 4 PM Men's Soccer vs. SUNY Oswego, Red Dragon Soccer Field 
  • 4 PM Women's Field Hockey vs. SUNY Cortland, All College Field
  • 4 PM SAAC Meetings, Hunt Union Square - The SA Activities Council welcomes all students to come get involved in selecting, promoting, and assisting with campus activities.
  • 6:30 PM 22 Jump Street, Red Dragon Theatre - After making their way through high school (twice), big changes are in store for officers Schmidt (Jonah Hill) and Jenko (Channing Tatum) when they go deep undercover at a local college.FREE with valid SUNY Oneonta ID, $3 for all others.
  • 9 PM Late Night BINGO, Hunt Union International Lounge - Play BINGO. Eat Food. Win Stuff.
  • 9 PM 22 Jump Street, Red Dragon Theatre

Saturday

Volleyball
Field Hockey

Today Is:
-Ancestor Appreciation day
-USA Family Health and Fitness Day
-Fish Amnesty Day
-Gay Men's HIV/AIDs Awareness Day
-International Lace Day
-Internation Rabbit Day
-National Hunting and Fishing Day
-National Museum Day
-National Public Lands Day
-R.E.A.D. in America Day
-RAINN Day
-Support Purple for Platelets Day
-World Tourism Day

Today's History:

-Revolutionary leader and Massachusetts state politican Samuel Adams was born on this date in 1722.

  • Soccer7 AM Broadway Trip: Wicked - SOLD OUT! Bus Trip - Cost for this trip is $70 and includes show ticket and round-trip bus transportation. Tickets will be on sale starting at 10 AM on Monday 8/25 and are first come, first serve.
  • 10 AM SUNYAC Volleyball Weekend, Dewar Arena
  • 11:15 AM Volunteering: Heart of the Catskills Humane Society, 46610 State Highway 10, Delhi, NY 13753 - Club members will be volunteering at the
    Humane Society in Delhi, NY. Activites include walking dogs and socializing cats.
  • 1 PM Men's Soccer vs. SUNY Cortland, Red Dragon Soccer Field
  • 1 PM Women's Field Hockey vs. SUNY Oswego, All College Field Women's Field Hockey
  • 6:30 PM 22 Jump Street, Red Dragon Theatre
  • SNF
  • 9 PM 22 Jump Street, Red Dragon Theatre

Sunday

Today Is:
-National Good Neighbor Day
-International Right to Know Day
-World Heart day
-World Rabies Day
-Gold Star Mother's Day

Today's History:

-The first night football in America was played on this date in 1892 between Mansfield State Normal School (currently Mansfield University) and Wyoming Seminary in Mansfield, PA.

  • CarWash
  • Movie
    1 PM, 6:30 PM, and 9 PM in the Red Dragon Theatre
 
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