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Weekly Broadcast for
21 April 2014

Spotlight Program

Spotlight Program

Red Dragon Theatre

Movie

April is:

  • African-American Women's Fitness Month
  • Alcohol Awareness Month
  • Cancer Control Month
  • Car Care Months
  • Card and Letter Writing Month
  • Child Abuse Prevention Month
  • Couple Appreciation Month
  • Customer Loyalty Month
  • Decorating Month
  • Donate Life Month
  • Emotional Overeating Awareness Month
  • Grange Month
  • Holy Humor Month
  • Humor Month
  • Informed Woman Month
  • Jazz Appreciation Month
  • Kite Month
  • Knuckles Down Month
  • Landscape Architecture Month
  • Month of the Young Child
  • Occupational Therapy Month
  • Pecan Month
  • Pet First Aid Awareness Month
  • Pharmacists War on Diabetes
  • Physical Wellness Month
  • Poetry Month
  • Prevention of Animal Cruelty Month
  • Rosacea Awareness Month
  • School Library Media Month
  • Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) Education and Awareness Month
  • Soyfoods Month
  • Straw Hat Month
  • Stress Awareness Month
  • Twit Award Month
  • Women's Eye Health and Safety Month
  • Workplace Conflict Awareness Month
  • World Habitat Awareness Month
  • Youth Sports Safety Month

Tickets
Tickets currently on sale at Hunt Union Info Desk:

  • Carousel, Free with valid SUNY Oneonta ID, $10 for all others
  • Terps: Road Trip, $3 with valid SUNY Oneonta ID, $5 for all others

Ongoing/Of Note

Green

Bracelet

Tip

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month.  Visit the Counseling Center webpage to learn how to do your part in stopping interpersonal violence and what to do if you’ve been a victim.

 

 

Video COntest

Monday
Munch

 

 

 

 

 

Compost

 

 

 

LEAD

  • Kindergarten Day
  • Bulldogs are Beautiful Day
  • 753 BC - Today is the traditional date of the foundation of Rome.
  • 1789 - John Adams was sworn in as the first U.S. Vice President.
  • 1972 - Apollo 16 astronauts John Young and Charles Duke explored the surface of the moon.
  • 1987 - Special occasion stamps were offered for the first time by the U.S. Postal Service.
  • 1998 - Astronomers announced in Washington that they had discovered possible signs of a new family of planets orbiting a star 220 light-years away.
  • 2009 - UNESCO launched The World Digital Library. The World Digital Library (WDL) is an international digital library operated by UNESCO and the United States Library of Congress.
  • Birthdays Today: Elizabeth II, Silvana Mangano, Carl Belew, Elaine May, Charles Grodin, Reg Fleming, Iggy Pop, John Weider, Al Bumbry, Paul Davis,
    Patti LuPone, Tony Danza, Paul Carrack, Andie MacDowell, Robert Smith, Michael Timmins, John Cameron Mitchell, Michael Franti, Nicole Sullivan, James McAvoy, Tony Romo, Cadillac Williams.
  • 9 AM Zero Waste Morning Munch, Schumacher Quad - Come help yourself to dougnuts and coffee in the quad! Remember to bring your reusable mug!
  • Bike
  • 1:30 PM Compost Demonstation, IRC/Schumacher Quad - Come to the Quad to see how our Wilsbach Composter turns your food into gardening soil!
  • 3 PM The Tassel is Worth the Hassle Bracelet Sale, Mills Dining Hall - Chi Alpha Epsilon Honor Society will be having a bracelet sale, we will be selling white rubber bracelets that say "The Tassel is Worth the Hassle" in red. You can send these bracelets to your friends in order to encourage them to work hard during finals week. We will be delivering them a few days before finals week to on campus addresses. We will be selling the bracelets 1 for $2 and 3 for $5.
  • 4 PM Chess Talk in Sanford, Schumacher 203 - We will be having a guest speaker come in and talk to the club about chess and the math and strategies involved.
  • LEAD Credit5 PM NYU Guest Speaker On Graduate Studies in Communications, HIRC Lecture Hall #3 - NYU Admissions Representative will accompany the Assistant Director of Communications Professional Studies for an informational visit on the Graduate Program and new 2014 Summer Intensive PR and Advertising Program. LEAD: Career Path
  • 6 PM Who's says you can't be Platinum? Littell Hall
  • SPAR
  • Who
  • LEAD Credit9 PM Constructive Criticism? ACA-SCUSE ME, IRC 6 - This will be an interactive presentation about what constructive criticism and feedback is and how to effectively receive and implement it. In addition we will discuss the various styles of constructive criticism, the do's and don'ts, and how to give it. We will be examining it through the lens of Pitch Perfect and will be showing supportive clips from the movie. LEAD: Balancing Independence and Collaboration

Tuesday
Plants

Softball

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alden

 

 

LEAD

  • Jelly Bean Day
  • Earth Day
  • 1914 - Babe Ruth made his pitching debut with the Baltimore Orioles.
  • 1970 - The first "Earth Day" was observed by millions of Americans.
  • 1987 - The American Physical Society said that the "Star Wars" missile system was "highly questionable" and would take ten years to research.
  • 1976 - Barbara Walters became first female nightly network news anchor.
  • Birthdays Today: Jack Nicholson, Deane Beman, Jason Miller, Mel CarterM, Cleve Francis, John Waters, Larry Groce, Spencer Haywood, Peter Frampton, Paul Carrack, Tom Lysiak, Joseph Bottoms, Ryan Stiles, Byron Allen, Chris Makepiece, Jeffrey Dan Morgan, Sheryl Lee, Sherri Shepherd, Heath Wright, Ingo Rademacher, Eric Mabius, Daniel Johns, Amber Heard.

 

Trivia

  • 10 AM Connect-123 Information Session and Lunch on 12 s.h. internship placements in Barcelona, Buenos Aires, Cape Town, Dublin, Shanghai, Morris C0nference Center - Please join representatives for informational sessions, luncheons (RSVP required), and individualized meetings during office hours (sign-up available in the CDC). Learn more about the benefits of international internships, program locations, internship opportunities within your major, program fees, and MORE! Applications are due by May 17 for Fall 2014!
  • 11 AM Biology Club Plant Sale, Main Academic Quad - the Biology Club will be holding its annual fundrasing plant sale as part of Green Dragon Week! Plants sold will include packets that give the scientific and common name of the plant, care instructions, and an explaination of how plants are involved in the carbon cycle and reducing CO2 emmissions!
  • 12 PM Phi Sigma Sigma's Clothing Drive to benefit the Family Services Association, Wilsbach
  • 1 PM Crisis in Crimea and the New World Order, Hunt Union Waterfront room - The presenters are: Dr. Paul Macharia (Political Science), Dr. Yuriy Malikov (History), and Dr. Pavel Vasiliev (Sociology).  Everyone is welcome to learn and contribute to the panel while the crisis is unfolding.  The panel is organized by the Sociology Club and the Center for Social Science Research (CSSR).
  • 1 PM The Tassel is Worth the Hassle Bracelet Sale, Mills Dining Hall
  • 3:30 PM Softball Double Header vs Union
  • Justice
  • 4 PM Alison Black and Jane Miller to present Fifth Lecture of the Alden Scholar Series, Alden Room (300 Milne Library) - Drs. Alison Black and Jane Miller (Elementary Education and Reading) will give the fifth Alden Scholar Series lecture (rescheduled from March 25th) The lecture, based on their book Writing is Like Real Talk! Coaching Conversations for Preschool to Grade Six Writing will be followed by a reception. All are welcome.
  • 5:30 PM ODK Leadership Workshop: Building Your Resume, Union Square - Megan Ackley from the Career Development Center will be presenting a leadership workshop for building resumes.  All are welcome to attend!
  • LEAD Credit7 PM Sexual Assault Prevention Seminar, IRC 5 - The brothers of the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity, with help from UPD and the counseling center will be putting on a presentation about Sexual Assault Prevention. LEAD: Social Responsibility & Personal Compentence/Confidence
  • 7:30 PM Want to know how I became the LEAD Intern and reached Platinum Level?, Wilber Hall - From my first step into Wilber Hall my Freshman year, I knew I wanted to be involved on campus and to be a part of something bigger than myself. From Hall Government to becoming a Regional Director of an international organization I am so thankful for the support I have had here on campus. Also, becoming the Leadership Intern has opened my eyes to the inner workings of the LEAD process and campus connection. I will share my story with you all about how beneficial this process has been for me and for my future career.
  • Reading
  • Age
  • 9 PM Team Trivia, 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

  • World Book Night
  • Lost Dog Awareness Day
  • Talk Like Shakespeare Day
  • Administrative Professionals Day
  • 1348 - The first English order of knighthood was founded. It was the Order of the Garter.
  • 1872 - Charlotte E. Ray became the African-American woman lawyer.
  • 1900 - The word "hillbilly" was first used in print in an article in the "New York Journal." It was spelled "Hill-Billie".
  • 1985 - The Coca-Cola Company announced that it was changing its 99-year-old secret formula. New Coke was not successful, which resulted in the resumption of selling the original version.
  • 2005 - The first video was uploaded to YouTube.com.
  • Birthdays Today: Narada Michael Walden, James Russo, Captain Sensible, Michael Moore, Judy Davis, Jan Hooks, Craig Sheffer, Valerie Bertinelli, Steve Clark, George Lopez, Gen, Melina Kanakaredes, Tim Womack, Stan Frazier, Scott Bairstow, Andruw Jones, Kal Penn, Daniela Hantuchova, Rachel Skarsten, Camryn Walling, Dev Patel.

Chocolate

 

 

 

 

 

LEAD

  • 9 AM Phi Kappa Psi Car Smash, Schumacker Quad - To raise money for the boys and girls clubs of america (our national philanthrapy organization) the brothers of Phi Kappa Psi will be hosting an event that will allow students to blow off end of the year stresses. 2/3 of all proceeds will go to the boys and girls club of america
  • Ice Cream
  • 12 PM Chocolate Wasted, Mills Dining Hall - Join the T.I.A.R.A.s of Mu Sigma Upsilon Sorority, Inc. in our amazing chocolate dipped wonders! We will be having Chocolate dipped strawberries, pretzels, and marshmallows! So let's chocolate wasted! See you there!
  • 1 PM The Tassel is Worth the Hassle Bracelet Sale, Wilsbach Dining Hall
  • 4 PM LAST J-PARTY, Schumacher 214 - We, Japanese Society for All, will have our weekly meeting, J-Party, in Schumacher 214 at 4pm in April 23rd. For this J-Party, we will have a fun time by making a photo album together with all photos we took in the past J-Parties so far. This will be the summary of out all activities that we have done in this semester, and this will also be something we can always take a look to see what we have done in the past.
  • 5:30 PM Habitat for Humanity General Body Meeting, IRC 2
  • 5:30 PM Sexual Assualt and Domestic Violence Peer Support Group, Gender and Sexuality Resource Center - Throughout the month of April, the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center will be directing a student lead support group focusing on issues of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. Meetings will begin with education on the topic following an open discussion and support. The discussions will be a safe space for LGBT identities. April 23rd - How to Cope/Help with Domestic Violence Educator: Nicole Murdocca of the Violence Intervention Program
  • Chasing Ice
  • 8 PM On Your Way to Platinum, Golding Hall Seminar Room
  • 8 PM Carousel by Rodgers and Hammerstein, Goodrich Theater - Carousel is the second musical by the team of Richard Rodgers (music) and Oscar Hammerstein II (book and lyrics). The 1945 work was adapted from Ferenc Molnár's 1909 play Liliom, transplanting its Budapest setting to the Maine coastline. The story revolves around carousel barker Billy Bigelow, whose romance with millworker Julie Jordan comes at the price of both their jobs. He attempts a robbery to provide for Julie and their unborn child; after it goes wrong, he is given a chance to make things right. A secondary plot line deals with millworker Carrie Pipperidge and her romance with ambitious fisherman Enoch Snow. The show includes the well-known songs "If I Loved You", "June Is Bustin' Out All Over" and "You'll Never Walk Alone". Richard Rodgers later wrote that Carousel was his favorite of all his musicals.

Thursday

  • Teach Your Children to Save Day
  • Pig in a Blanket Day
  • 1800 - The Library of Congress was established with a $5,000 allocation.
  • 1962 - MIT sent a TV signal by satellite for the first time.
  • 1990 - The space shuttle Discovery blasted off from Cape Canaveral, FL. It was carrying the $1.5 billion Hubble Space Telescope.
  • Birthdays Today: Glenn Cornick, Eric Bogosian, Vince Ferragamo, Michael O'Keefe, David J., Boris Williams, Glenn Morshower, Billy Gould, Paul Ryder , Djimon Hounsou, Cedric the Entertainer, Patty Schemel, Omar Vizquel, Aaron Comess, Chipper Jones, Brian Aubrey, Eric Balfour, Carlos Beltran, Rebecca Mader, Kelly Clarkson.

 

 

GSRC

  • 10 AM Academic Insternship Council 12 s.h. internship placements in New York City, San Francisco, Boston, Toronto, Singapore, Mumbai, IRC 3- Please join representatives for informational sessions, luncheons (RSVP required), and individualized meetings during office hours (sign-up available in the CDC). Learn more about the benefits of international internships, program locations, internship opportunities within your major, program fees, and MORE! Applications are due by May 17 for Fall 2014!
  • Coffee
  • 12 PM Phi Sigma Sigma's Clothing Drive to benefit the Family Services Association, Wilsbach
  • 1 PM The Tassel is Worth the Hassle Bracelet Sale, Wilsbach Dining Hall
  • 4 PM Gender Out of Bounds: Community readiness and intimate partner violence (IPV) in same-sex relationships, 318 Milne Library - presented by Dr. Susan C Turell, Dean Shool of Social Science
  • 5 PM Sigma Tau Delta presents Dr. Richard Lee, Alden Room, Milne Library - Dr. Lee speaks about Flash-y Fiction, Examples and Implications of very short narratives
  • 5 PM Do your part, save a heart, Nina's (299 Main St) - Raising money for the American Heart Association by having a buffet style dinner for all attending. 
  • 7 PM HOT bods and Hot rods: Masculinity in advertising, Leather stocking room at hunt - Join Richard Cebada as he addresses the representation of men and masculinity in the media. It covers topics such as media stereotypes of masculinity, how children see masculinity portrayed in media, how various media contribute to stereotypes of masculinity, male authority in media news coverage, and address the role that the media play in shaping attitudes about masculinity. LEAD: Effective Communication
  • Glow
  • 8 PM Carousel by Rodgers and Hammerstein, Goodrich Theater
  • Wire

Friday
Krispy Kreme
Softball

  • Hug a Plumber
  • DNA Day
  • 1860 - The first Japanese diplomats to visit a foreign power reached Washington, DC. They remained in the U.S. capital for several weeks while discussing expansion of trade with the United States.
  • 1928 - A seeing eye dog was used for the first time.
  • 1961 - Robert Noyce was granted a patent for the integrated circuit.
  • 1983 - The Pioneer 10 spacecraft crossed Pluto's orbit, speeding on its endless voyage through the Milky Way.
  • Birthdays Today: Meadowlark Lemon, Jerry Leiber, Anthony Lukas, Al Pacino, Stu Cook, Bjorn Ulvaeus, Talia Shire, Jeffrey De Munn, Michael Brown, Hank Azaria, Andy Bell, James Barbour, Eric Avery, Jane Clayson, Renée Zellweger, Jason Lee, Emily Bergl, Tim Duncan, Sara Paxton.
  • 8 AM Krispy Kreme Sale! Schumacher Quad - The Oneonta State Emergency Squad will be co-hosting the 9th Oneonta Krispy Kreme donut sale! These donuts are coming from Scranton, PA. You cannot buy them locally! Pre-order from an OSES member or stop in the quad on Friday to buy donuts on a first-come, first-serve basis! Donuts are $7/dozen or $0.75/each. Please help support our squad!
  • 11 AM Psi Chi's Get Your Brownie On! Hunt Union Living Room - Choose from a wide variety of delicious baked goods made by our dedicated Psi Chi members. 
  • 2 PM The Tassel is Worth the Hassle Bracelet Sale, Wilsbach Dining Hall
  • 3 PM Softball Double Header vs Buffalo State
  • Spa Day
  • 5 PM Music Department Student Recital, Fine Arts M201
  • 6:30 PM Saving Mr. Banks, Red Dragon Theatre - Walt Disney spent twenty years in pursuit of the film rights to P.L. Travers' popular novel, "Mary Poppins," a quest he began in the 1940s as a promise to his two daughters. When Travers travels from London to Hollywood in 1961 to finally discuss Disney's desire to bring her beloved character to the motion picture screen, Disney meets a prim, uncompromising sexagenarian not only suspect of the impresario's concept for the film, but a woman struggling with her own past. During her stay in California, Travers reflects on her childhood in 1906 Australia, a trying time for her family that not only molded her aspirations to write, but one that also inspired the characters in her 1934 book. None more so than the one person whom she loved and admired more than any other-her caring father, Travers Goff, a tormented banker who, before his untimely death that same year, instills the youngster with both affection and enlightenment (and who would be the muse for the story's patriarch, Mr. Banks, the sole character that the famous nanny comes to aid). While reluctant to grant Disney the film rights, Travers comes to realize that the acclaimed Hollywood storyteller has his own motives for wanting to make the film-which, like the author's, hint at the relationship he shared with his own father. FREE with valid SUNY Oneonta ID, $3 for all others.
  • Conspirator
  • 8 PM Carousel by Rodgers and Hammerstein, Goodrich Theater
  • 9 PM Saving Mr. Banks, Red Dragon Theatre

Saturday

  • Help a Horse Day
  • Richter Scale Day
  • Hug an Austrailian Day
  • Sense of Smell Day
  • World Veterinarian Day
  • Pretzel Day
  • Save the Frogs Day
  • 1514 - Copernicus made his first observations of Saturn.
  • 1906 - In Hawaii, motion pictures were shown for the first time.
  • 1929 - First non-stop flight from England to India was completed.
  • 1941 - An organ was played at a baseball stadium for the first time in Chicago, IL.
  • Birthdays Today:
    Gary Wright, Giorgio Moroder, Boyd Matson, Donna De Varona, Giancarlo Esposito, Roger Taylor, Chris Mars, Joan Chen, Michael Damian, Jet Li, Kevin James, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, T-Boz, Jordan Brewster, Marnette Patterson, Jessica Lynch.

 

W LAX

Softball

M LAX

  • Clean Up
  • 12 PM Women's Lacrosse vs Oswego
  • 12 PM Chi Alpha Epsilon Car Wash, Stewarts - We will be having a car wash in order to raise funds for student members to be able to attend the National Conference that will be held next semester.
  • 12 PM Softball Double Header vs Fredonia
  • Carnival
    1 PM OH-Fest Carnival, Main St - Arts and Crafts Fair, Sidewalk Sales, Carnival Food Vendors, Inflatable rides, live music, and more
  • 2 PM ESTHER BARTOW BRESEE'S SCRAPBOOKS, GOHS History Center - the Greater Oneonta Historical Society (GOHS) will present "Esther's Scrapbooks", a program about the three scrapbooks of Esther Bartow Bresee that are in the GOHS collection. The presentation is by SUNY Oneonta student Natalie Newton of Canandaigua, a double major in anthropology and history. The scrapbooks date from about 1926 to 1940, covering Bartow Bresee's years at Oneonta High School and the Oneonta Normal School as well as her travels and other leisure activities after her 1931 graduate from college. Newton will also speak on the value of scrapbooks as historical resources. Newton said, "I really enjoyed this project, it's interesting looking at these scrapbooks, seeing Oneonta through Esther's eyes and then walking outside and seeing it again through mine."  Newton's research and presentation are part of a collaborative effort called "Oneonta in 100 Objects". Hartwick College and SUNY Oneonta students choose an object or group of related objects in the GOHS collection, enroll in an indepedent study course in their institution, research the object(s), then present the results of their research as a presentation and/or exhibit. The event is free and open to the public.
  • 2 PM Carousel by Rodgers and Hammerstein, Goodrich Theater
  • 2:30 PM Men's Lacrosse vs Oswego
  • 5 PM Crafts at College Camp - Knit Wits will be holding an event overnight in the cabin at College Camp. We will be doing various crafts and eating food. We will also have movies and board games. Thirty spots are available. Bring your friends and bring crafts to work on or do crafts we will have there. If you want to play a particular game you can bring it. Come and have fun!
  • Concert
    6 PM OH-Fest Concert, Neahwa Park - FREE
  • 6:30 PM Saving Mr. Banks, Red Dragon Theatre
  • 7:30 PM Catskill Symphony Orchestra Concert, Ballroom, Hunt Union - The Hans and Edith Wilk Memorial Concert will feature the Suite No 1. Of Johann Sebastian Bach, Music for Shakespeare by Edward Green, and the Coronation Mass of Mozart with the voices of both the Hartwick College Chorus (Dr. Colin Armstrong, Director) and the SUNY Oneonta Concert Choir (Dr. Robert Barstow, Director). The concert is generously sponsored by Bassett Healthcare Network with additional support from Excellus Blue Cross Blue Shield. For tickets and information: 436.2670 or catskillsymphony.net. An anonymous donation provides free tickets for adults who bring children to the performance, and also covers college students.
  • 9 PM Saving Mr. Banks Red Dragon Theatre

Sunday

  • Pinhole Photography Day
  • Prime Rib Day
  • Morse Code Day
  • Tell a Story Day
  • 1880 - Francis Clarke and M.G. Foster patented the electrical hearing aid.
  • 1992 - Russia and 12 other former Soviet republics won entry into the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.
  • 2006 - In New York, NY, construction began on the 1,776-foot Freedom Tower on the site of former World Trade Center.
  • Birthdays Today: Keith Magnuson, Pete Ham, Dave Peel, Kate Pierson, Herbie Murrell, Douglas Sheehan, Clive Taylor, Paul Daniel "Ace" Frehley, Gary Huff, George Gervin, Sheena Easton, Marco Pirroni, James Le Gros, Rob Squires, Mica Paris, Chris Carpenter, Travis Meeks, Patrick Stump.

 

Video Contest

  • Walk
  • 12 PM Day of the Dragon, Hunt Union Ballroom - Our annual gaming event!
  • 1 PM Saving Mr. Banks, Red Dragon Theatre
  • Smash Bros
  • LEAD Credit4 PM Paper Clips, IRC - In memory of the Holocost we will be watching Paper Clips. Paper Clips talks about the 6 million lives that were lost in the Holocost during WWII.  LEAD: Spiritual Awareness
  • 6:30 PM Saving Mr. Banks, Red Dragon Theatre
  • 9 PM Saving Mr. Banks, Red Dragon Theatre
 
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