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BROADCAST for March 19-29, 2015

Spotlight Program

Spotlight

 

March is...

  • Caffeine Awareness Month  
  • Colorectal Cancer Education and Awareness Month
  • Craft Month
  • Credit Education Month
  • Deaf History Month (Mar 13-Apr 15)
  • Expanding Girls' Horizons in Science and Engineering Month
  • Eye Donor Month
  • Frozen Food Month
  • Humorists Are Artists Month
  • Ideas Month
  • Irish-American Heritage Month  
  • Kidney Month
  • Listening Awareness Month
  • Mirth Month
  • Multiple Sclerosis Education and Awareness Month
  • Music in Our Schools Month
  • Nutrition Month
  • Optimism Month
  • Red Cross Month  
  • Save Your Vision Month
  • Social Work Month
  • Women's History Month
  • Youth Art Month  

Red Dragon Theatre 3/20-22

Hobbit

Red Dragon Theatre 3/27-29

Into the Woods


What's Happening

 

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Friday, 3/20
  • 8 AM Krispy Kreme Doughnut Sale, Schumacher Quad - It's that time of year again to fill everyone's doughnut cravings! A box of a dozen costs $7.00 and can be pre-ordered up unti Wednesday, March 18th. Boxes can also be bought in the quad on the day of the sale. Half dozen can be purchased for $4.00 and single doughnuts for $0.75 in the quad. Faculty/Staff may have their doughnuts delivered, and students can pick their orders up in the quad. Ask any OSES member or email us!
  • LEAD Credit Offered8:30 AM 7th Annual Undergraduate Political Science Conference, Hunt Union - An all day conference, with paper presentations in the morning and early afternoon. Presenters come from various universities and institutions to share their research with us. The paper presentations are then followed by a luncheon and a keynote speaker.
  • 10 AM Selling Hat's and Koozie's, Wilsbach - The Gender and Sexuality Alliance will be selling black beanie hat's with "Oneonta" in rainbow coloring printed on the rim along with koozie's that say "Closets are for clothes" and "Out is In"
  • LEAD Credit Offered10:10 AM Political Science Conference: Issues of Today, Union Square - The topic of this discussion is "Islamophobia in the West."
  • 11:45 AM Cake Pop Sales, Wilsbach - We will be selling Cake pops.
  • 4 PM SAAC Meetings, Hunt Union Leatherstocking Room - The SA Activities Council welcomes all students to come get involved in selecting, promoting, and assisting with campus activities.
  • 4 PM An Approach to Bedside Evaluation of Signs and Symptoms Related to Malnutrition in the Adult Population, Science I, Room 121 - Presented by Dr. Arthur Heller who practices internal medicine, gastroenterology, and clinical nutrition.
  • LEAD Credit Offered4:30 PM Taste of Ireland, Fitzelle 205 - Come join ISO and learn about the culture of Ireland and enjoy some soda bread and apple crumble pie!!
  • 5:30 PM The Philosopher's Agora, Fitzelle Hall, Philosophy Dept. - This is a great way to get to know everyone that is involved in the SUNY O Philosophy community. All students are welcome to join us!
  • 6:30 PM The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies, Red Dragon Theatre - Bilbo and Company are forced to engage in a war against an array of combatants and keep the terrifying Smaug from acquiring a kingdom of treasure and obliterating all of Middle-Earth.
  • 6:30 PM The Music Industry Club Presents: Prawn, Fossil Youth, Sleep In. and Chris Sauers, Hunt Union Waterfront - Come enjoy an energetic night full of great tunes.
  • 9:15 PM The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies, Red Dragon Theatre

 

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Saturday 3/21
  • 9 AM A-Lot-A-Con 3: Revenge Of The Fist, Hunt Union - A-Lot-A-Con is a Multi Genre Convention for Anime, Sci-Fi, Fantasy and Video Gaming. Featuring: Panels/Presentations- Done by Students and Guests on various subjects. Viewings- Showing Anime shows/films and more. Artist Alley-Artist selling their own art and crafts. Videogames-Tournaments and a Free Play gaming area.
  • 10 AM special Olympics tournament volunteering, Cooperstown - this event is volunteering to help out at the special olympics tournament at the springbrook campus in cooperstown. they are having their tournament march 21st.
  • 10 AM T-Shirt Sale, Hunt Union - We will be selling t-shirts at our convention with our personal design on them. They will cost $15 for students and $20 for non-students.
  • 10 AM A-Lot-A-Con Bake Sale, Hunt Union - We will be selling baked goods such as cookies, cupcakes, muffins, and other assorted baked goods.
  • 12 PM ZDC Bake Sale at A-Lot-A-Con, Hunt Union- In addition to running a game of Cards Verse Zombies, the ZDC will also be doing a Bake Sale at A-Lot-A-Con
  • 1 PM Women Lacrosse vs. Farmingdale, All College Track and Field
  • 2 PM Lost Oneonta Oral Histories, Greater Oneonta Historical Society (183 Main St.) - Alan Donovan and Mark Simonson will be recording memories of the buildings included in GOHS' current "Lost Oneonta" exhibit.
  • LEAD Credit Offered2:30 PM Let's Get Intersectional with Feminism, Craven Lounge in Morris Hall - This event will be a collaborated event with groups interested discussing feminism and interesectionality!
  • 3 PM Plushie Madness, Leatherstocking Room - Learn how to make your own cuddly plush toy. This year's pattern is a plushie mushroom. This will be an event held during A-Lot-A-Con in the Hunt Union.
  • 6:30 PM The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies, Red Dragon Theatre
  • See Campus Connection for Details9 PM Saturday Night Fever, Ford Hall - In pursuit of the coveted president's trophy disco ball. Open to all regardless of residential status. 
  • 9 PM The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies, Red Dragon Theatre

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Sunday 3/22
  • 10 AM Bagels, Coffee, and SDTea, Latte Lounge (196 Main St) - Join the sisters of Sigma Delta Tau from 10:00AM to 2:00PM! Present a special ticket at checkout and 15% of your bill will be donated to Sigma Delta Tau's Gamma Epsilon Chapter and their continued involvement on campus and in the local community!
  • 10 AM A-Lot-A-Con 3: Revenge Of The Fist, Hunt Union
  • 11 AM A-Lot-A-Con Bake Sale, Hunt Union
  • 11 AM T-Shirt Sale, Hunt Union
  • 12 PM Custom Bookmark Sale! Hunt Union - Creative Writing Club will be selling custom bookmarks at A-Lot-A-Con 3, in addition to our reading corner we are hosting for the convention. Each bookmark will be fandom/ geekery themed, selling between $1 for printed laminated ones and $5 for handcrafted ones.
  • 1 PM The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies, Red Dragon Theatre
  • 4 PM SCC Informational, 105 Fitzelle Hall - This event will give the Oneonta community an opportunity to become more informed of the Student Color Coalition and its origins. At this event we will also give those who are interested an opportunity to run for an eboard position.
  • 5 PM Lutheran Worship Service, Shineman Chapel, Hartwick College - Every Sunday when classes are in session. 5 PM Pizza followed by Christian worship with holy communion at 5:30 PM.
  • 6:30 PM The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies, Red Dragon Theatre
  • 7 PM Open Mic Night, Waterfront room at hunt union - Join the Creative Writing Club at our semesterly open mic night. Performers are invited to read, sing, or play a short orginal creative piece such as Poetry, Short fiction, Song, ect. Diversity Lead credit is offered to all in attendance. Effective communication goes to any performers. Light refreshments will be served.
  • 9 PM The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies, Red Dragon Theatre

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Monday 3/23
  • 10 AM Selling Hat's and Koozie's, Hunt
  • 10 AM Italian Pizzelle Cookie Sale, Schumacher Quad - PREGO Italian Club is selling delicious vanilla and chocolate Pizzelle Italian cookies; 1 bag of 5 cookies for $3 or 2 bags for $5.  
  • 12 PM Fashion in Action, living room - Selling items at a fair trade from India. All proceeds go to pay a teacher's salary in India
  • 12 PM Criminal Justice Club Book Drive, Campus Wide - By providing various reading materials to prisons, we hope to increase individual educational opportunity within the system, in hopes that rehabilitation into communities after sentence completion will result in a decrease in crime.
  • 1 PM Entangled Empathy: An Ethic for Human Animal Relations, Craven Lounge, Morris Hall - Presented by Dr. Lori Gruen, Department of Philosophy, Wesleyan University, as part of the Missing Links series on Animal/Human Contacts and Continuums.
  • 2 PM Responding to Biases, Red Dragon Theater - This in-service will coach student leaders on how to respond to a range of bias related incidences and provide student staff members with a foundation of knowledge and a range of speaking points on how to respond to bias language and acts in social situations.
  • LEAD Credit Offered3 PM Resume and Interview Workshops: Prepare for Upcoming Opportunities, Fitzelle 204 - Need help preparing for an upcoming job or internship opportunity? Impress employers with a great resume and excellent interview skills by coming to the resume and interview workshops!
  • 3 PM Sanford Society Meeting, 246 Fitzelle - Rachel Caterisano and Megan Luther will present research they have done on notebooks in the Alden Room, Milne Library. The notebooks contain notes on the student teaching of students at the college (then the Oneonta Normal School) during the period 1902-1915.
  • LEAD Credit Offered6 PM Transfers Take the LEAD: Catching Up with Campus Connections, 108 Fitzelle Hall - Do you know your way in and out of Campus Connection? It's a vital piece of the SUNY Oneonta tech puzzle and it's important you know how to utilize it! 
  • LEAD Credit Offered7 PM JSA Movie Night 'Spirited Away' and Shinto! Red Dragon Theater - Studio Ghibli is a phenom among Japanese anime studios! Hayao Miyazaki struck the hearts of millions with Spirited Away! This film is critically acclaimed and accredited for its visuals, story, and ability to WOW the masses! Underneath it all Mr Miyazaki ties in themes that not everyone will notice. Please come join JSA for another amazing movie night full of great people, good fun, and popcorn :)
  • 7 PM Philmosophy: It's Such a Beautiful Day, Alumni Hall, Little Theatre - Following the film will be a discussion with Dr. Michael Koch about the philosophical ideas that the film portrays. This event is open to all student of all majors. We hope to see you there!
  • 9 PM Laughin' in the SAAC: Nick Guerra, Hunt Union Living Room - With just under a decade into stand up, Nick Guerra has won over crowds from all walks of life. Whether it is performing from clubs to colleges to any place with a stage, Nick has shown that dedication and continuous work has paid off. His style balances all topics. Current events, relationship humor, and personal stories have become his arsenal when given a microphone.

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Tuesday 3/24
  • Noon Cultural Eruption, Mills - H.O.L.A.'s first bake sale.The bake sale consist of Churros and Mexican Gelatin. See you there!
  • 4:00 PM Resume and Cover Letter Workshop, Catskill - This in-service will provide helpful tips/guidelines for both resume and cover letter writing. Participants will be required to submit a copy of their resume a week before for review.
  • 4:30 PM G.E.a.R.S. general body meeting, leather stocking room
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  • 5:30 PM Mask Away, Fitzelle 205 - H.O.L.A. will be making PAPER MACHE FACE MASK!!! Come and learn how to make them!!
  • 6 PM The Urban Hip-Hop Show, Fine Arts m201 - The Urban hip-hop show gives members of the SUNY Oneonta community a chance to showcase various urban styles such as R&B, Rap and Hip hop. 
  • 6:30 PM Student Fashion Society General Body Meeting, IRC - We meet to discuss the spring fashion show, do various activities, and learn about the fashion industry! 
  • 6:30 PM SA Senate Meeting, Hunt Union Waterfront - Anyone is welcome to observe and give input. At the end of the meeting, there is a section called "Comments from the floor" where any guests can also introduce topics. Please come and let us know of any comments / concerns / issues you may have with the college community.
  • 7 PM Specticast: World Circus, Red Dragon Theatre - Over twenty-five countries are represented at the Monte Carlo Circus Festival, and only after years of discipline and sweat are acts allowed entrance into this elite competition. Winners are marked as the best of the best worldwide.This documentary film follows five top circus acts from different countries as they prepare to compete at the 'Academy Awards' of circus competitions.
  • 8 PM Creative Writing Club general body meeting, Catskill room @ Hunt Union - Every week we do a writing prompt, however memebers are encouraged to use the club in what ever 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, 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.

 

 

 

 

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Wednesday 3/25
  • 8:30 AM Coffee Hour with President Kleniewski, Fitzelle Hall Atrium - Join Dr. K in the Fitzelle Hall Atrium between 8:30 and 9:50 for coffee and conversation. A complimentary beverage from Seasons Cafe will be offered to all who join the conversation.
  • LEAD Credit Offered12 PM Marketing Your Leadership Skills, Catskill Room, Hunt College Union - Discover How to Show Off Your Leadership Skills on Your Resume. If you're looking to advance your career, you will want to market your leadership skills during the resume and interview process. This is a live broadcast from ACUI for students to attend.
  • LEAD Credit Offered2:30 PM Study Abroad Discovery Day, Craven Lounge - Morris Conference Center - Students will have the chance to talk with former program participants, international exchange students, and faculty members about a variety of study abroad and international internship programs offered around the world. Students may also enter to win raffle prizes and sign in to receive LEAD credit.
  • 4 PM There's More Than One Way to Pet a Kitty: Let's Talk About Sex, Toys and Masturbation, Leatherstocking Hunt Union - Coochie Conference Event: Join Fabulous Oneonta Feminist Jennie Bokser as she discusses types of toys and where to find them, methods of masturbation, and questions and concepts concerning masturbation, desire, and the body.
  • 5:45 PM Hip Hop and Black Culture, Fitzelle - The Interested Ladies will be hosting a program where they will be discussing hip hop culture and its orgins and role in black culture.
  • 6 PM Inequality for All, Hunt Union, Red Dragon Theatre - Come watch as former Labor Secretary Robert Reich "stands up for the little guy" and demonstrates the origins and destructive effects of income inequality in this Sundance award-winning documentary that inspired viewing parties across the nation. All members of the campus community are welcome to attend.
  • LEAD Credit Offered6 PM Transfers Take the LEAD: Diving Into Degree Works, Catskill Room - The ATMs sure do know their stuff when it comes to Degree Works. Live off campus?  Or haven't visited your Academic Team Member yet? These are the experts when it comes to navigating Degree Works! Bring your laptop!
  • 7 PM JSA J-Party! Fitzelle Hall rm 204 - The Japanese Society for All is a place where great people from around the world collide and have fun together! We experience Japan through the eyes of native Japanese students, play games, eat great food, and make lasting friendships! We love to learn about all kinds of cultures and experiences. Come show us who YOU are!
  • 7 PM PHI SIGMA SIGMA'S ANNUAL TALENT SHOW, Hunt Union Ballroom - Phi Sigma Sigma hosts a talent show each year, inviting all members of the Oneonta State campus community to come perform- whatever your talent may be! All the proceeds will go to our philanthropy, School and College Readiness, which supports our newest philanthropic partner- the Kids in Need Foundation (KINF).
  • LEAD Credit Offered8 PM Free CPR & AED Training, Little Theatre - The Oneonta State Emergency Squad (OSES) in conjunction with the NYS University Police Office of Emergency Management, will host an American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR & AED Class.*Classes are free of charge with a valid student or faculty/staff ID*
  • 9 PM Humans Vs Zombies Kick-off Meeting, IRC 7 - This meeting will introduce the rules and how the game is played.

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Thursday 3/26
  • 12:00 AM Humans Vs Zombies, SUNY College at Oneonta - A 4-day game of Humans vs Zombies. It is a game of tag with a twist of humans using socks and nerf blasters and zombies tagging humans.
  • 4 PM Women Lacrosse vs. Hamilton, All College Track and Field
  • 4:30 PM Working with OSES, Little Theater - This in-service will teach attendees the basics of how to effectively collaborate with OSES
  • 4:30 PM Film and Discussion: Thelma and Louise, Red Dragon Theater - Coochie Conference Event: Join Prof. Bambi Lobdell for a screening and discussion of this classic feminist tale.
  • 5 PM Asian Cuisine Night, My Kitchen - Mills Dining Hall - All students are invited to attend. Attendees will watch a chef prepare delicious Japanese, Chinese, and Thai cuisine for everyone to enjoy. The event will also be a great way for American students and international students to meet each other and mingle! You must sign up in order to attend this event.
  • LEAD Credit Offered5 PM Sexual Assualt Panel, HIRC 5 - We will be hosting a Sexual Assualt Panel consisting of people from various different backgrounds that will in form us on such matters as to how the law, school, police, and ourselves should deal with this terrible difficulty.
  • LEAD Credit Offered5:30 PM Ancient Studies Group Presents Joel Schlosser, Alden Room, Milne Library - "The Necessary Traumas of Liberal Education: From Socrates to James Baldwin" Another round of threats and defenses has led to arguments about the meaning and importance of liberal education in the United States. Is liberal education worth it? Does it prepare students for jobs? Should we replace liberal education with vocational training?
  • LEAD Credit Offered7 PM Meet a Senator, Hunt Union Ballrom - Do you have questions about being a Student Association Senator? Now's your chance to ask the current senators what they do!
  • 7 PM Kiss the Cast of The House of Bernarda Alba, Fine Arts Gallery - Come see a performance of The House of Bernarda Alba, student directed by Chris Mackin. Buy your favorite cast or crew member a rose or bag of Hershey kisses and we'll deliever it to them! Proceeds to benefit Alpha Psi Omega.
  • 7 PM Zombie Defense Corps General Body Meeting, IRC 7 - The Zombie Defense Corps is a great way to make friends and to take a break from school work. Our meetings consist of various event annoncments to stay in the loop with what the club has been up to, when Humans vs Zombies, dart tags or other events are taking place. We do several different zombie themed activites at our meetings as well.
  • 8 PM The House of Bernarda Alba by Federico Garcia Lorca, Hamblin Theatre - Presented by SUNY Oneonta's Theatre Department and Mask & Hammer Theatre club and student-directed by Christopher Mackin. The play tells the story of matron Bernarda Alba and the complete control she exercises over her five daughters, while examining the relationship between women during a time of mourning.

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Saturday 3/28
  • 12 PM Baseball vs. Brockport, Red Dragon Baseball Field - Double Header
  • 2 PM Specticast: World Circus, Red Dragon Theatre - Over twenty-five countries are represented at the Monte Carlo Circus Festival, and only after years of discipline and sweat are acts allowed entrance into this elite competition. Winners are marked as the best of the best worldwide. This documentary film follows five top circus acts from different countries as they prepare to compete at the 'Academy Awards' of circus competitions.
  • 6:30 PM Into the Woods, Red Dragon Theatre
  • 6:30 PM Memorial Concert in Honor of Dr. Orlando Legname, Hunt Union Ballroom - Rock to Cure, Music Industry Club and WONY are hosting a concert in remembrance of Dr. Orlando Legname of the Music Department. All funds raised from this event will be donated to Catskill Area Hospice and Palliative Care in Dr. Legname's name. Doors open at 6:30, music starts at 7. This event is open to anyone. Tickets are 3$ for students/ 5$ non-students pre-sale and 5$ for students/7$ non-students the day of the show. The show line up is as follows: Sorority Noise, Crying, The Traditional, Local Opening Acts TBA
  • 7 PM Kiss the Cast of The House of Bernarda Alba, Fine Arts Gallery
  • 8 PM The House of Bernarda Alba by Federico Garcia Lorca, Hamblin Theatre
  • 9 PM Into the Woods, Red Dragon Theatre
  • 9 PM Saturday Night Fever, Littell Hall - In pursuit of the coveted president's trophy disco ball. Open to all regardless of residential status.

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Sunday 3/29

Of note...

Information for celebrating Passover in Oneonta. This year Passover, the holiday celebrating the freedom of the Jewish people from slavery in Egypt begins  at sundown on Friday April 3rd and ends at sundown on Saturday April 11th.  Traditional there are two "Seders" one on the each of the first two nights. SUNY Oneonta will be hosting the first seder with the support of OAS, Sodexo and the Campus Ministries office in Morris hall at 8 PM and the second night (Sat) at 28 Walnut St at 8:30. The "on campus" Seder will be part of the regular meal plan and will be free for anyone with a meal plan and a regular priced meal ($8) for those without a meal plan. The second Seder is free, however people are asked to RSVP so there is a count of how many people will attend. To RSVP for either Seder please fill out this form. We are also VERY excited to announce that there will very likely be a "Kosher for Passover" meal plan available through Sodexo for the "Intermediate" days of Passover (Monday April 6- Thursday April 9th). The food will be Kosher as well as Kosher for Passover under the supervision of our campus Rabbi, Rabbi Meir Rubashkin. In order for Sodexo to get a idea of how much food to prepare please take a moment to sign up for the meal plan . You will be emailed details on the meal plan as we get closer to Passover. May we internalize the message of Passover, a message of personal freedom to be who we are.
Happy Passover!

Register NOW for Relay for Life! Friday, April 17th, 2015 from 6:00 pm - 6:00 am

Most college students have trouble sleeping at one point or another and it can have negative effects on other areas of functioning.  Visit the Counseling Center webpage and see the “Feature of the Month Box” to learn more about how to get a better night’s sleep.

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