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Health 101
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October is...

  • Adopt-a-Shelter-Dog Month
  • American Cheese Month
  • Animal Safety and Protection Month
  • Antidepressant Death Awareness Month
  • Arts and Humanities Month
  • Audiology Awareness Month
  • Bake and Decorate Month
  • Breast Cancer Awareness Month
  • Bullying Prevention Awareness Month
  • Celebrating the Bilingual Child Month
  • Celiac Disease Awareness Month
  • Chiropractic Health Month
  • Co-op Awareness Month
  • Crime Prevention Month
  • Critical Illness Awareness Month
  • Cut Out Dissection Month
  • Cyber Security Awareness Month
  • Dental Hygiene Month
  • Depression Education and Awareness Month
  • Disability Employment Awareness Month
  • Domestic Violence Awareness Month
  • Down Syndrome Awareness Month
  • Dyslexia Awareness Month
  • Emotional Intelligence Awareness Month
  • Field Trip Month
  • Gay and Lesbian History Month
  • German-American Heritage Month
  • Global Diversity Awareness Month
  • Health Literacy Month
  • Hispanic Heritage Month (9/15-10/15)
  • Intergeneration Month
  • Liver Awareness Month
  • Month of Freethought
  • Organize Your Medical Information Month
  • Orthodontic Health Month
  • Photographer Appreciation Month
  • Physical Therapy Month
  • Polish-American Heritage Month
  • Popcorn Poppin' Month
  • Positive Attitude Month
  • Reading Group Month
  • Rett Syndrome Awareness Month
  • Right-Brainers Rule Month
  • Roller Skating Month
  • Spina Bifida Awareness Month
  • Spinach Lovers Month
  • Squirrel Awareness and Appreciation Month
  • Stamp Collecting Month
  • Stop Bullying Month
  • Talk About Prescriptions Month
  • Vegetarian Month
  • Women Walking in Their Own Shoes Month
  • Work and Family Month
  • Workplace Politics Awareness Month

Red Dragon Theatre 10/2-4

Ant Man

Red Dragon Theatre

After Break

What's Happening



Field Hockey

Fall Fest


Ant Man


Friday, 10/2
  • 3 PM Men's Soccer vs. Brockport, Red Dragon Field - The Red Dragons battle SUNYAC for Brockport on Red Dragon Field.
  • 4 PM Field Hockey vs. Geneseo, All College Field - Red Dragons host Geneseo for a SUNYAC contest.
  • 4 PM You're Catholic. So What? Christ the King spiritual life center - We will be joining some of the other Catholic Campus ministries for a weekend to get away from everyday life. There will be several short talks but also a chance to build community with other Catholic college students and young adults. Everyone who attends retreat comes back refreshed and ready to go. LEAD Credit Offered
  • 4:30 PM Habitat for Humanity Fall Fest, College Camp - Even though the weather is getting cooler, SUNY Oneonta’s Habitat for Humanity is just heating up! To celebrate the approaching autumn season and the beginning of another great semester with Habitat, we'll be hosting our first Fall Fest! Come enjoy an afternoon at college camp filled with food, fun, and fall-themed activities!
  • 4:30 PM Taste of Dubai : City of Gold, The Center for Multicultural Experiences - Come join International Students Organization for the Taste of Dubai! Learn more about Dubai and its great cuisine! LEAD Credit Offered.
  • 6 PM What's Your Vision, Hunt Union - This program will allow participants to take a few moments and focus on themselves and their vision as they see fit. Some RAs may choose to create a personal vision board while others may want to create a vision board in regards to the RA position. Program is geared towards helping RA's understand what a vision board is & create their own vision board to keep you on task with the RA position, your personal life or their academics! LEAD Credit Offered
  • 6:30 PM Ant Man, Red Dragon Theatre - Armed with a super-suit with the astonishing ability to shrink in scale but increase in strength, con-man Scott Lang must embrace his inner hero and help his mentor, Dr. Hank Pym, plan and pull off a heist that will save the world. Tickets are available at the Hunt Union Information Desk and are free with valid SUNY Oneonta ID and $3 for all others.
  • 8 PM Minions, Laura's Lounge (Hartwick College) - Minions the movie. Free snacks and drinks.
  • 8 PM Latina/o Heritage Month Fiesta! CME Great Room, Lee Hall - Join students from all across campus for food, dancing, and fun! DJ Susy Salce will be playing great music - come dance and celebrate Latina/o Heritage Month with us!
  • 9 PM Black Light Dance Party, Hunt Waterfront - DJ OddYanni, food, fun, and more...
  • 9 PM Ant Man, Red Dragon Theatre
  • 10 PM Philosophy Club's Late Night Bake Sale, Mills Bus Stop (behind Schumacher) - Come join us for a sweet late night snack! The Philosophy Club is holding this fundraising bake sale in order to finance events and activities for this year. There will be both regular and vegan friendly options, so please enjoy!



Field Hockey

Ant Man


Saturday 10/3
  • 7 AM Thunder Mountain Bike Park, Thunder Mountain Bike Park
  • 1 PM Men's Soccer vs. Geneseo, Red Dragon Field - Red Dragons take on Blue Knights on Red Dragon Field.
  • 1 PM Field Hockey vs. Brockport, All College Field - Red Dragons versus Brockport.
  • 2 PM ONEONTA IN THE 1860s, Oneonta History Center - Rena Corey will speak about the 1865 and 1866 diaries of Elizabeth Niles of West Oneonta and the book she is writing about the diaries, which she purchased in 2007.
  • 4 PM Korean Game Night, Alumni Field House Dewar Area - The Korean Cultural Club brings you a set of Korean games for all students and cultural enthusiasts alike.
  • 6:30 PM Ant Man, Red Dragon Theatre
  • 9 PM Saturday Night Fever, MacDuff Hall - In pursuit of the coveted President's Trophy. Open to all regardless of residential status.
  • 9 PM Ant Man, Red Dragon Theatre


Ant Man

Sunday 10/4
  • 1 PM Ant Man, Red Dragon Theatre
  • 6:30 PM Ant Man, Red Dragon Theatre
  • 6:30 PM SUNY Oneonta Presents "Night of the Living Dead", MacDuff Hall Main Lounge - The SUNY Oneonta Zombie Defense Corps will be presenting the 1968 "Night of the Living Dead" There will be snacks. This event is the start of several zombie themed events we will be having this semester.
  • 9 PM Ant Man, Red Dragon Theatre










Club Forum


MIC Show



Monday 10/5
  • 10 AM Think Pink Week, IRC Quad – This week, hosted by Pi Delta Chi, will be full of fun events and games, where all proceeds will go to our philanthropy, Unite for Her, which advocates for Breast Cancer Awareness and Wellness.
  • 12 PM Leaders Lunch Series: Leadership Development, Leatherstocking Room - Lunch: Mashed Potato Bar. RSVP on Campus Connection Attend! LEAD Credit Offered.
  • 3 PM Sanford Society Meeting, Fitzelle 246 - This will be our first meeting for October
  • 4 PM Brazil and Brazilians, Craven Lounge, Morris Hall - Dr. Joao Sedycias, Dean of Humanities, will talk about Brazil and Brazilians, and the geographic, cultural, and linguistic heterogeneity of Latinas/os. What is Brazil's role in the mostly Spanish -speaking Latin America? Who are these Portuguese-speaking members of the Hispanic/Latino family? How are they similar or different from other Latinas/os? This talk will address Brazilian culture both in Brazil and in the US. LEAD Credit Offered.
  • 6 PM Student Association's Club Forum, IRC 5 - These forums are there for students involved in clubs or club leadership positions to ask any questions or concerns they may have regarding anything SA or club related, including how to use campus connection, ask about SA policies, advice, and much more.
  • 7 PM There is no "I" in Team, Fitzelle - In this presentation, attendees will learn how being on a Res Life staff is just like being a member of an athletic team across a variety of different sports. This relates to the student staff position because just like athletic teams, one person cannot do everything in order to achieve victory.
  • 7 PM Freshmen 15: The Genderbread Person, 5A Lounge, Hulbert Hall - Learn more about sexuality and gender with Dr. Elliot Ruggles. LEAD Credit Offered.
  • 7 PM The Music Industry Club Presents: Turnover, Modern Chemistry, Casey Bolles, Havenfield, and Discolor, Hunt Union Waterfront
  • 7:30 PM Screening of Brothers of the Black List, IRC 4 - The ALS Department along with SCC will be hosting this screening. Sean Gallagher (OSC'08) the film maker will be there for q+a.
  • 9 PM Kazual, Hunt Ballroom - Kazual (pronounced “casual”) is one of the hottest and freshest Acapella Troupes to hit the market! They offer the complete package--they sing, dance, write and produce, engaging audiences across the country through touring and their ever-presence on National TV. Kazual blends harmonious styles and eclectic mixes of R&B, Hip-Hop, and Dirty Pop with choreographed dance and dub-step. Opening for Nelly and Beyonce, Kazual’s unique tones remind you of an updated Boyz II Men; this is one group you don’t want to miss! 2012 GA Music Awards Winner. Featured on America’s Got Talent, The Maury Talent Show, BET & Showtime.










Tuesday 10/6
  • 10:30 AM The Past is a Foreign Country: The Inca Example, Hunt Union: Castskill Room – Presented by Professor Susan Ramirez who is Neville G. Penrose Endowed Chair of History and Latin American Studies at Texas Christian University.
  • 11 AM SUNY O Farmers' Market, Netzer Quad - The SUNY O Farmers” Market is back for the fourth year! Please join us to enjoy some of our locally grown products.
  • 11:30 AM Solar Observing, The Quad by the IRC - The Physics Club will have a telescope in the quad to look at and observe the sun.
  • 6:30 PM SA Senate Meeting, Waterfront - The Student Association Senate is the primary voice of the student body on campus. A typical senate meeting will include an invited campus speaker, student organization business, reports from your elected leaders, and discussion on topics of interest to students. Any student may attend and comment on any topic. Students may also introduce topics not already on the agenda during comments from the floor. We hope to see you there.
  • 7 PM 4th J-Party, Fitzelle 205 - Japanese Society for All will have their 4th J-Party. We will share an aspect of Japanese culture while having fun! We welcome everyone to come and join us.
  • 7 PM Women's Volleyball vs. Union, Alumni Field House - Red Dragons host Union College in Dewar Arena.
  • 7 PM New Findings on an Old Empire: The Inca and Peoples of the Andes, Morris Craven Lounge – Presented by Professor Susan Ramirez who is Neville G. Penrose Endowed Chair of History and Latin American Studies at Texas Christian University.
  • 7 PM Karaoke Night, Fine Arts M201 - Students and Faculty from SUNY Oneonta and Hartwick will come together for a night of embarrassment and horrible vocals as the Songwriter's Club hosts our second Karaoke Night.
  • 8 PM General Body Meeting, Catskill 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.
  • 8 PM Freshmen 15: Study Abroad, Tobey Hall - Do you have big dreams of traveling abroad but don't know where to start? Join TSMs Beth and Tiara as they uncover the wide range of study abroad possibilities you have access to as a SUNY Oneonta student!
  • 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 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.



Seasons with Dr. K



Gift of Life


Film ClubHuman Ecology Club

Missing Links

RED Talks


Bald Soprano

Wednesday 10/7
  • 12:15 AM Leadership Mentor Application, Apply Online - Leadership Programs at the Hunt College Union Seeks Applications for its New Leadership Mentor Positions to Begin Spring 2016! Click the link for more information and to apply.
  • 9 AM Coffee Hour with President Kleniewski, Season's Cafe - From Dr. Kleniewski: "I’m pleased to announce that the coffee hours I began last fall will continue this year. I enjoyed chatting with so many members of the campus community, and I look forward to more good conversation in the months to come. Look for me in the Fitzelle Hall atrium on Wednesdays from 9 until 10:30 a.m. A complimentary beverage from Seasons Café will be offered to all who join the conversation.
  • 11 AM Fall Fudge Fest, Netzer Quad - FNA will be selling homemade fudge and apple cider doughnuts!
  • 11:30 AM Voices of Serenity Bake Sale-10/7/15, Schumacher Quad - The proceeds will be going towards our Fall concert.
  • 12 PM Pizza with a Twist, Schumacher quad - this event is to generate money to the ARC in Oneonta. We also want to educate people on what it's like to have a disability. The twist part is an activity to do that.
  • 12 PM SUNY Oneonta's 2nd Annual Gift Of Life Bone Marrow Registration Drive, Hunt-Union Ballroom - Last year we registered over 330 people for the Gift Of Life and have even already found a match for a person in need. Come get swabbed and help save lives!
  • 1 PM Political Science Club Fundraiser, President's Garden - Selling Healthy Baked Goods
  • 3 PM DAC General Body meetings, Catskill room - We want to make the campus more accessible and accepting for people with disabilities and their allies.
  • 3 PM Oneonta Film Club General Body Meetings! IRC 6 - We will discuss our upcoming productions, opportunities, and more!
  • 4 PM Human Ecology Club Meeting, Human Ecology Room 127 - We'll kick off our first meeting of the year by introducing the eboard, introducing members, and sharing our ideas for this year's activities.
  • 4 PM Missing Links? Animal / Human Contacts and Continuums, Craven Lounge - A Lecture Series on the Topic of Human-Animal Connections and Communication. Dr. Stanley Sessions, Hartwick College: Selfish DNA and the Language of God
  • 5 PM Graduate School Workshop, IRC 1 - Presented by Matt Munson - A workshop geared specifically towards students who are interested in continuing with graduate school after their time at SUNY Oneonta. LEAD Credit Offered.
  • 6:30 PM Zombie Defense Corps General Body Meetings, IRC 9 - Do you like zombies, the undead, and brains? Then this club is perfect for you! Each week we will discuss upcoming zombie related events, (including humans versus zombies and zombie prom!) as well as play zombie and non-zombie related games and activities. Open to all SUNY Oneonta students, with open eboard meetings at 6:30 followed by general body meetings at 7! So if you are interested in participating in a fun, low stress club, we hope to see you there!
  • 7 PM Kiss the Cast, Art Gallery in Fine Arts Lobby 2 - Fundraiser for Alpha Psi Omega, selling roses and chocolates for students involved in the production.
  • 7:30 PM RED Talks, Hunt Waterfront - Come see some of Oneonta's best speak about topics they are passionate about. Theme: Inclusive Community. Host: Christine Edwards. Speakers: Elliot Ruggles, Betty Wambui, Zanna McKay.
  • 7:45 PM Association of Childhood Education (ACE) Meeting, Fitzelle Hall, 247 - We meet weekly to discuss education with other students, faculty, and professionals. We also discuss classroom activities and make crafts and manipulatives. Check out our bulletin board on the 3rd floor of Fitzelle Hall for more information!
  • 8 PM SHIFT General Body Meeting, Schumacher 200 - Come and learn about the humanitarian crisis happening in Myanmar (Burma) and help others become aware of the issues. Learn how you can be a part of changing the human rights violations happening there and around the world!
  • 8 PM Free American Heart Association CPR & AED Training, Little Theatre - Hosted by the Oneonta State Emergency Squad (OSES) in conjunction with the NYS University Police Office of Emergency Management. Classes are free of charge with a valid student or faculty/staff ID. To sign up for a class please E-mail SUNYCPR@oneonta.edu with your name, phone number, and the date you wish to attend. A confirmation email will be sent to you.
  • 8 PM The Bald Soprano & Jack or the Submission, Hamblin Theater - Two One-Act Absurdist Plays are being directed by Dr. John McCaslin-Doyle this fall semester. Tickets are free with student ID and $5 for general admission. You can get your tickets prior to the performances from the Hunt Union Information Desk.


Krispy Kreme


Gift of Life

Field Hockey



Thursday 10/8
  • 8 AM Krispy Kreme Doughnut Sale, Quad Area - Schumacher Quad A - Proceeds for this fundraiser will go towards the Oneonta State Emergency Squad, to help better serve the SUNY Oneonta community. A box of a dozen doughnuts costs $7 and can be pre-ordered up until Sunday, October 4th! Boxes can also be bought in the quad on the day of the sale. Half dozen doughnuts can be purchased for $4 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 oseskrispykreme@gmail.com!
  • 10 AM The GSA selling hats, koozies, shirts, and bracelets, Schumacher Quad C – Sales during Oneonta's Coming Out Day while the closet in the quad is going on in order to fundraise for our club.
  • 12 PM SUNY Oneonta's 2nd Annual Gift Of Life Bone Marrow Registration Drive, Hunt-Union Ballroom
  • 1 PM Political Science Club Fundraiser, President's Garden - Selling healthy baked goods for Poli Sci club
  • 6 PM Field Hockey vs. Hamilton, All College Field - Red Dragons host Continentals.
  • 6:30 PM Gender Equality and Rights Society (G.E.a.R.S.) General Body Meeting, Hunt Union Glimmerglass Room - G.E.a.R.S. holds its general body meetings every week to aim to keep our community informed of the various gender issues still present in today's society. Come join us for fun feminist discussion!
  • 7 PM B.A.S.I.C Meeting, CME (Lee) Hall - We are a Christian group named B.A.S.I.C. on campus. We meet for music, games, worship, fellowship and much more! Come Join Us!
  • 7 PM Kiss the Cast, Art Gallery in Fine Arts Lobby 2 - Fundraiser for Alpha Psi Omega, selling roses and chocolates for students involved in the production.
  • 8 PM The Bald Soprano & Jack or the Submission, Hamblin Theater
  • 8 PM Spoken Word: Carlos Andres Gomez, Laura's Lounge (Hartwick College) - Hailed as a "truth-telling visionary" by Brass Magazine and a "lyrical prophet" by the Caymanian Compass, CARLOS ANDRES GOMEZ is an award-winning spoken word poet from New York City who has performed at more than 300 colleges and universities and across four continents. A former social worker in Harlem and the Bronx, and public school teacher in Philadelphia, Carlos has been featured on NPR, TEDx, Upworthy, MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry, the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, and on Broadway with Savion Glover.
  • 8 PM Free American Heart Association CPR & AED Training, Little Theatre



Friday, 10/9


SoccerField Hockey

Saturday 10/10



Sunday 10/11
  • Have a safe and restful break!

Of note...

TipsNow that the semester is in full swing, it’s a good time to take a look at your alcohol use. Visit the Counseling Center’s website and check out the yellow “Feature of the Month” box to take a screening, find tips for cutting down, and learn how to help a friend in need.

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