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Weekend Spotlight

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RED Talks

May is...

  • Allergy/Asthma Awareness Month
  • Arthritis Awareness Month
  • Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
  • Barbecue Month
  • Better Hearing and Speech Month
  • Bike Month
  • Civility Awareness Month
  • Fibromyalgia Education and Awareness Month
  • Foster Care Month
  • Gardening for Wildlife Month
  • Get Caught Reading Month
  • Gifts from the Garden Month
  • Good Car-Keeping Month
  • Haitian Heritage Month
  • Hamburger Month
  • Heal the Children Month
  • Healthy Vision Month
  • Hepatitis Awareness Month
  • Huntington's Disease Awareness Month
  • Jewish American Heritage Month
  • Latino Books Month
  • Meditation Month
  • Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month
  • Mental Health Month
  • Military Appreciation Month
  • Motorcycle Safety Month
  • Older Americans Month
  • Osteoporosis Month
  • Photo Month
  • Physical Fitness and Sports Month
  • Preservation Month
  • Salad Month
  • Salsa Month
  • Stroke Awareness Month
  • Teen CEO Month
  • Tennis Month
  • Ultraviolet Awareness Month
  • Victorious Woman Month
  • Women's Health Care Month
  • Young Achievers/Leaders of Tomorrow Month

Red Dragon Theatre 4/29-5/1

How to Be Single

Red Dragon Theatre 5/6-8


What's Happening

Friday 4/29




Ralph Watkins Lecture with Professor Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz

Softball Double Header

OFC Fourth Annual Student Film Festival

Central and South American Cuisine Night

How to Be Single

Second Chance Prom


List of Events
  • 10 AM Fundraising for Children in Peru, Hunt Union Living Room - There are two trips of students going to Peru this summer and we are collecting school supplies and funds for supplies for these children who desperately need them.
  • 11 AM SHIFT Icy Fundraiser, Schumacher Quad
  • 11 AM St. Jude Giants Run/Walk Sign Ups, Milne Bus Stop
  • 1 PM WONY CD/ Merch Sale, Hunt College Union - WONY accumulates a lot of merchandise from our music promoters as well as physical CD's which have stacked up for decades so we'd like to make all of this readily available to the public of the SUCO students and staff.
  • 2:30 PM Ralph Watkins Lecture with Professor Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, Milne Library - Alden Room - Dr. Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz will give a lecture titled "The Doctrine of Discovery and US Culture of Conquest.” Her lecture focuses on a reinterpretation of history by focusing on a bottoms up approach to understanding Indigenous Peoples' experiences in the United States. LEAD Credit Offered.
  • 3 PM Baseball, Damaschke Field – Oneonta Red Dragons vs. Oswego Lakers
  • 3 PM Softball Double Header, Oneonta Softball Fields - Oneonta Red Dragons vs. Cortland Red Dragons
  • 4 PM Biology Department Seminar: Can watercraft exposed to zebra mussels (Dreissena polymorpha) be decontaminated without hot water-high pressure wash stations? A combination of old and new techniques to combat an invasive bivalve, Science I (Room 121 or 313) - Presented by Eric Davis, SUNY Oneonta Biology Department
  • 4 PM OFC Fourth Annual Student Film Festival! IRC 2 - Join us as we premiere all the short films we made as a club as well as showcase work from other club members and students. Food will be provided! We encourage students to submit their class projects as well as any short narrative, documentary or music videos they have made! LEAD Credit Offered.
  • 5 PM Central and South American Cuisine Night, My Kitchen - Mills Hall - Are you interested in trying cuisine from another country? If so, you should attend this event sponsored by the Office of International Education. All students are invited to attend. Attendees will watch a chef prepare delicious Central and South American cuisine for everyone to enjoy, including banana black bean empanadas, soft chicken tacos, arroz con leche and more! You must sign up in order to attend this event.
  • 6:30 PM How to Be Single- Film, Red Dragon Theater - Taken from IMDb: " New York City is full of lonely hearts seeking the right match, and what Alice, Robin, Lucy, Meg, Tom and David all have in common is the need to learn how to be single in a world filled with ever-evolving definitions of love." 
  • 8 PM TERPS Concession Stand, Fine Arts Lobby
  • 8 PM Terps 365! Goodrich Theater- SUNY Oneonta
  • 8:30 PM Second Chance Prom, The Great Room in the Center for Multicultural Experiences (CME/Lee Hall) - The Second Chance Prom is a GSA-created dance event that gives people a second chance to attend prom. People are given a second chance to go with the person they wanted to but could not in high school because of their sexual orientation, to go as the gender they truly identify as if they could not be open to their identity in high school, to go if they did not go to their high school prom at all, or to go again with people they care about on campus! There will be an awesome DJ, dancing, and food!
  • 9 PM How to Be Single- Film, Red Dragon Theater
  • 11 PM ASE Bus Stop Bake Sale, Milne Library Bus Stop
Saturday 4/30









Softball Double Header
Baseball Double Header

Half Way There Party - Class of 2018

Spring Fashion Show

How to Be Single

Concert IV: The "Hans and Edith Wilk" Memorial Concert


List of Events
  • 10 AM Postcard Show and Sale, Elks' Lodge - The Greater Oneonta Historical Society (GOHS) is holding its 12th annual Postcard & Ephemera Show & Sale. Vendors will display vintage postcards of local and general interest as well as other vintage paper such as sheet music, posters, documents, advertising blotters, and sport and trade cards. GOHS will have a table selling donated postcards. There will also be a silent auction items including albums of vintage postcards. Admission is free, and free parking is available in the Elks’ parking lot. There will be a 50/50 raffle.
  • 12 PM Let's Get Intersectional with Activism, Le Cafe, Morris Conference Center - The Fabulous Oneonta Feminists invite you to an afternoon of activism! We are hosting students and professors to give workshops/presentations on different kinds of activism so we can learn from each other and build new skills while keeping an intersectional. LEAD Credit Offered.
  • 12 PM Softball Double Header, Red Dragon Softball Field – Oneonta Red Dragons vs. Oswego Lakers
  • 12 PM Alpha Psi Omega Induction Lunch
  • 12 PM Baseball Double Header, Damaschke Field – Oneonta Red Dragons vs. Oswego Lakers
  • 1 PM Half Way There Party - Class of 2018, Main Quad (or chase gym if there is rain) - Come celebrate with the 2018 class for making it half way there! There will be free BBQ food, live music, and other fun stuff at our beach themed party. All are welcome.
  • 1 PM Day of The Dragon, Morris Halls, Craven Lounge. - The biggest Day in gaming on campus! From 1-7 PM. Play some of the many Board games being featured and try your luck at our grab bag filled with awesome prizes! Plus a magic Tournament! $5 Entry fee, Begins at 2P.M. and a Yugioh tournament.
  • 2 PM Terps 365! Goodrich Theater- SUNY Oneonta
  • 2 PM TERPS Concession Stand, Fine Arts Lobby
  • 4:30 PM Spring Fashion Show, Alumni Field House - The Student Fashion Society is holding their annual Spring Fashion Show where original designs from student will be showcased.
  • 5 PM Orthodox Great Vespers, St. Innocent of Alaska Orthodox Church - Followed by Adult Education and Bible Study
  • 5 PM Oneonta State Equestrian Team Benefit Dinner, Otsego Grille - The dinner is to help support the horse that our team leases as well as to make a donation to a charity that is to be announced.
  • 6:30 PM How to Be Single- Film, Red Dragon Theater
  • 7:30 PM Concert IV: The "Hans and Edith Wilk" Memorial Concert, Ballroom - Featuring the combined voices of the Hartwick College Chorus, SUNY Oneonta Concert Choir, and members of the Catskill Choral Society, the choral work will be the Requiem of Maurice Durufle on a program that will include Leos Janacek's Sinfonietta.
  • 8 PM Terps 365! Goodrich Theater- SUNY Oneonta
  • 8 PM TERPS Concession Stand, Fine Arts Lobby
  • 9 PM Saturday Night Fever, Littell Hall - In pursuit of the coveted President's Disco Ball. All students are welcome regardless of residence hall status.
  • 9 PM How to Be Single- Film, Red Dragon Theater
Sunday 5/1


St. Jude Giants 7th Annual 5K Run/Walk

RSO's Annual Barbecue,

Men's Tennis


How to Be Single
Lavender Graduation



List of Events
  • 8 AM Trip to Stewart State Forest, Stewart State Forest - The Mountain Biking Club is trying to squeeze in another trip before finals week and our crushing responsibilities hit us!! The Club will be going to Stewart State Forest for a fun day of trail riding.
  • 9:30 AM Third and Sixth Hour, St. Innocent of Alaska Orthodox Church - followed by Divine Liturgy at 10 AM
  • 11 AM St. Jude Giants 7th Annual 5K Run/Walk, Alumni Field House - Join us for the St. Jude Giants 7th Annual 5K Run/Walk or donate online! All proceeds will be sent directly to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Prizes will be given to our top runners and fundraisers!
  • 12 PM RSO's Annual Barbecue, Chase Gym - The Resident Student Organization is putting on its annual end of the year barbecue! We'll have games, prizes, food, inflatables and more! All are welcome! Come celebrate and have fun with the RSO!
  • 1 PM Men's Tennis, Joe Heissan Tennis Courts – Oneonta Red Dragons vs. Farmingdale Rams
  • 1 PM How to Be Single- Film, Red Dragon Theater
  • 2 PM Lavender Graduation, Le Cafe - Greetings from the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center! Click here to access information about Lavender Graduation and directions on how to RSVP as a graduate, attendee, or make a nomination.
  • 5:30 PM Catholic Mass on Campus, Union Square in Hunt Union - All are welcome to attend and join in the celebration of the Eucharist.
  • 6:30 PM How to Be Single- Film, Red Dragon Theater
  • 9 PM How to Be Single- Film, Red Dragon Theater
Monday 5/2

Damascene Buy Back






List of Events
  • 8 AM Damascene Buy Back, Damascene Book Cellar - Damascene Book Cellar will be raising its buyback prices starting Monday, May 2nd!!!!
  • 9 AM Rockin' For Robbie, Schu Quad - We are raising money for our philanthropy, Sigma Serves Children. We will be in the Quad all day with baked goods and pizza for sale.
  • 11 AM Sigma Delta Tau's Good Luck on Finals Week Fundraiser, SUNY Oneonta Netzer quad – We will be selling candy and treats with attached good luck on finals notes. All the proceeds will go to future philanthropy events held by Sigma Delta Tau.
  • 5:30 PM Random Acts of Kindness Guided Meditation, Schumacher 102 - Join the Random Acts of Kindness group in a simple guided meditation. This is a great way to relax before finals.
  • 7 PM JSA 11th J-Party, Fitzelle 204 - Japanese Society for All will be hosting their last weekly J-Party of the semester! (So sad~) We will be having a quiz about every J-Party from this semester will win prizes for our regular general body members! It will be fun as we celebrate the end of the year and say good-bye to our old e-board members, those who are leaving and to those who are graduating! J-Party is going to be a blast with possibly snacks and drinks. Everyone is welcome to celebrate the end of the semester with us, with a bang :)
  • 9 PM Apollo Music Club Open Mic Showcase and Club Mixer, B Side Ballroom - The purpose of the event is to attract new members, celebrate our departing seniors, bring back alumni, and perform for the community.
Tuesday 5/3













Creative Writing Club Meeting


Team Trivia

Stress Free Zone

List of Events
  • 8 AM Damascene Buy Back, Damascene Book Cellar
  • 11 AM Sigma Delta Tau's Good Luck on Finals Week Fundraiser, SUNY Oneonta Netzer quad
  • 11 AM Council for Exceptional Children Fundraiser at Buffalo Wild Wings, Buffalo Wild Wings - Join us for fun night at Buffalo Wild Wings. All funds go to support our students work with exceptional children.
  • 12 PM Entrepreneurship Club Buffalo Wild Wings Fundraiser, Buffalo Wild Wings
  • 3 PM Stress Reliever Night, Fitzelle 135 - This event is hosted by the Psychology Club to help students de-stress around finals week. We will be having different stations of relaxing activities, and plenty of food! Everyone is welcome!
  • 7 PM Newman Club's Last Meeting of the Semester, Newman House - Join Newman Club for their last meeting of the semester. We will be going out for dinner to celebrate the end of the Spring semester as well as having a discussion about the semester's events.
  • 7 PM Oneonta State Dance Team End of the Year Celebration, SUNY Oneonta - This social will include all team members and we will be celebrating our achievements throughout the year. We would love to make this social a pizza party!
  • 8 PM Creative Writing Club Meeting, Susquehanna Room - Hunt Union - Do you love writing? Then come to our weekly general body meeting for the creative writing club! Every week we do a writing prompt, however members are encouraged to use club time in whatever way they can to improve their writing. At the end of the meeting we leave time for sharing and critiquing works. Creative Writing Club is a great way to network with other writers on campus.
  • 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.
  • 9 PM Stress Free Zone, Hunt College Union - Take some time out of your hectic schedule and have some fun! De-stress at the Stress Dree Zone!
  • 10 PM Teddy Madness, Hamblin Theatre - A yearly event in the theatre department- a night of sketch comedy, improv, and talent performances from students. In addition, the hosts will be giving out of the coveted Teddy Awards, voted on by Mask and Hammer Theatre Club members and awarded to the best in SUNY Oneonta theatre this year. Held in the Hamblin Theatre immediately following TERPS!
Wednesday 5/4

Golding Hall Bioswale Planting Day

Student Leadership Diversity Forum

List of EventsStudy Day

Thursday 5/5

GEARS General Body Meetings



List of EventsFinals
Friday 5/6

Outdoor Track and Field SUNYAC Championships

Race- Film





Mersey Brothers Beatles' Tribute

List of Events
  • 8 AM Damascene Buy Back, Damascene Book Cellar
  • 3 PM Outdoor Track and Field SUNYAC Championships, All College Track and Field - Outdoor Track and Field SUNYAC Championships
  • 6:30 PM Race- Film, Red Dragon Theater- Hunt Union - Taken from IMDb: "Jesse Owens' quest to become the greatest track and field athlete in history thrusts him onto the world stage of the 1936 Olympics, where he faces off against Adolf Hitler's vision of Aryan supremacy." 
  • 7 PM Indie Lens Pop-Up: Peace Officer, Fenimore Art Museum - Peace Officer by Scott Christopherson and Brad Barber The increasingly tense relationship between law enforcement and the public is seen through the eyes of someone who's been on both sides: a former sheriff who established Utah's first SWAT team, only to see the same unit kill his son-in-law in a controversial standoff 30 years later.
  • 8 PM The Mersey Beatles – Four Lads from Liverpool: US Debut Tour, Oneonta Theatre (47 Chestnut St) - Student Price: $10 with ID at the door for best available seats Meet JOHN LENNON’S SISTER and The Mersey Beatles – not your ordinary Beatles tribute band! The Mersey Beatles are an all-Liverpool born Beatles tribute band. They are the official band representing the City of Liverpool, England and the former decade-long resident tribute band at The Cavern Club, the nightclub in Liverpool where The Beatles perfected their act before launching a global rock music revolution. Julia Baird, Director of the Cavern Club, philanthropist, teacher, author and John Lennon’s sister, will be in attendance - introducing the show, meeting fans and signing copies of her book, “Imagine This: Growing Up with My Brother John Lennon” at the general merchandise table before, during and after the show.
  • 9 PM Race- Film, Red Dragon Theater- Hunt Union
Saturday 5/7

Outdoor Track and Field SUNYAC Championships

Race- Film

List of Events
Sunday 5/8

Race- Film


List of Events
  • 9:30 AM Third and Sixth Hour, St. Innocent of Alaska Orthodox Church - followed by Divine Liturgy at 10 AM
  • 1 PM Race- Film, Red Dragon Theater- Hunt Union
  • 6:30 PM Race- Film, Red Dragon Theater- Hunt Union
  • 9 PM Race- Film, Red Dragon Theater- Hunt Union


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