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BROADCAST for April 24-May 3, 2015

Spotlight Program

OH-fest Carnival

April is...

  • African-American Women's Fitness Month
  • Alcohol Awareness Month
  • Autism Awareness Month
  • Cancer Control Month
  • Car Care Month
  • Card and Letter Writing Month
  • Child Abuse Prevention Month
  • Defeat Diabetes Month
  • Distracted Driving Awareness Month
  • Donate Life Month
  • Humor Month
  • Informed Woman Month
  • Jazz Appreciation Month
  • Poetry Month
  • Prevention of Animal Cruelty Month
  • Rosacea Awareness Month
  • School Library Month
  • Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) Education and Awareness Month
  • Stress Awareness Month
  • Workplace Conflict Awareness Month
  • World Habitat Awareness Month

Red Dragon Theatre 4/24-26

American Sniper

Red Dragon Theatre 5/1-3

Jupiter Ascending

What's Happening




Car Wash








Dominican Republic





Friday, 4/24
  • 10 AM Tie Dye your OH-fest shirt! The quad - Come down to the quad when the OH-fest shirts are being handed out to add your own touch by tie dying it!
  • 11 AM Plant Sale, Main Academic Quad - Join the Biology Club for our annual fundraising plant sale with the Botanical Society of America! Plants sold will include packets that give the scientific and common name of the plant and care instructions!
  • 11:30 AM Random Acts of Kindness Car Wash Fundraiser, Stewart's - We are hosting a free car wash at Stewart's in the town of Oneonta. Donations are encouraged
  • 12 PM WONY Does Commemorative Glasses, WONY Table - WONY will be purchasing and selling commemorative glasses (similar to the OH-Fest glasses). Sales will go directly to fill WONY's revenue line and fundraise for future events. Glasses will be sold at events we table at.
  • LEAD Credit1:30 PM Cultural Tools of Animal Rights Activists in France and the United States, Craven Lounge, Morris Hall - This is part of the Missing Links series on Animal/Human Contacts and Continuums and will be presented by Dr. Elizabeth Cherry, Department of Sociology & Anthropology, Manhattanville College. LEAD Credit Available
  • 3 PM Cloaking: The Mathematics Behind Invisibility, Fitzelle Hall 205 - A seminar hosted by the Department of Mathematics, Computer Science, and Statistics. Presentation by Silvia Jimenez Bolanos, Mathematics, Colgate University
  • 3 PM Baseball vs. Fredonia, Red Dragon Baseball Field
  • 3 PM Softball vs. Brockport, Red Dragon Softball Field - Double Header
  • 4 PM SAAC Meeting, Hunt Union Square - The SA Activities Council welcomes all students to come get involved in selecting, promoting, and assisting with campus activities.
  • 4 PM Student Film Festival, IRC 2 - The Oneonta Film Club will be holding its third annual Student Film Festival. All are welcome to attend the film festival and view works from the Oneonta Film Club and other Students from SUNY Oneonta.
  • 4 PM Metacommunity Structure in Ephemeral Wetlands, Science I, Room 313 - Our Friday seminar this week is presented by James Church, Ph.D. Dr. Church is a lecturer in the Department of Biology at the University of Wisconsin-Stout. In this presentation he will discuss his research, in which he is assessing the roles of local environmental conditions and dispersal on the aquatic invertebrate and plant communities in ephemeral wetlands in west-central Wisconsin.
  • LEAD Credit4:30 PM Welcome to the Dominican Republic, Fitzelle 205 - Presenting on the culture of the Dominicans LEAD Credit Available
  • LEAD Credit4:30 PM Four Fields Friday, IRC 5 - A discussion about forensic anthropology led by forensic anthropologist Dr. Crist. LEAD Credit Available
  • 6:30 PM American Sniper, Red Dragon Theatre - Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle's pinpoint accuracy saves countless lives on the battlefield and turns him into a legend. Back home to his wife and kids after four tours of duty, however, Chris finds that it is the war he can't leave behind.
  • 6:30 PM Pitch Slapped's AcoustaPalooza, IRC Lecture Hall 5 - Pitch Slapped joins forces with Rock to Cure to present our first ever Acoustapalooza! Featuring: -Cadosia -Naughty -August Air -Hooked On Tonics -Imagine Dragon Dollar$ -Geronimo and the Expanding Headbands Come out for a relaxing night of great music for an amazing cause! Sponsored by Rock to Cure, SA and WONY **Donations to Rock to Cure are encouraged and appreciated**
  • 7 PM Kiss the Cast of Spelling Bee, Fine Arts Gallery
  • 8 PM The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Goodrich Theatre -
  • 8:30 PM Second Chance Prom, Hunt Union Ballroom - The Gender and Sexuality Alliance puts on their second chance prom event as a way for individuals to bring their dates to a fun filled night of dancing, good music, and great food. Some high schools still frown upon non-heterosexual based dates at their proms, therefore GSA wants to give people a chance to go to an all-inclusive event where they will be able to bring anyone of their choice.
  • 9 PM American Sniper, Red Dragon Theatre -






Saturday 4/25





Sunday 4/26
  • 12 PM Halfway there BBQ! the Quad! - Want to eat your own custom burger while celebrating with your sophomore class?  Sunday April 26th, the Class of 2017 will be hosting a "Halfway there BBQ" with a custom burger bar, tie-dye, WONY, and other great activities! Have any friends up for OH Fest?  Bring them too!  First 100 people get a free white t-shirt to tie-dye! Starts at Noon!
  • 12 PM College Camp, College Camp - The Gender and Sexuality Alliance will be having a day event at college camp. It will be a picnic with cookout food and/or snacks, outdoor games, tie-dying and indoor activities as well. This event will allow people to bond and relax before the preparations for finals.
  • 1 PM American Sniper, Red Dragon Theatre -
  • 2 PM SSBROS WiiU Tourney, Dragon's Lair in Hunt Union - 1 Vs 1 with player limited to ONE character $5 entry fee winners gets a $25.00 Amazon Gift Card 2pm @ Dragon's Lair on Sunday April 26
  • 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 & 9 PM American Sniper, Red Dragon Theatre












Hook-Up Culture

Monday 4/27
  • 10 AM Super Terps! Popcorn and Lemonade Sale, IRC Quad - Terps will be selling popcorn, lemonade, and tickets to our upcoming show in the IRC Quad. Tickets are $3 with a student ID and $5 for the general public. Popcorn and lemonade are $1 each. Buy a ticket, lemonade, and popcorn for $4! Buy three tickets and get a free popcorn and a free lemonade!
  • 11 AM Annual Spring Fashion Show Pre-Sale ticket Sale, Wilsbach
  • 11 AM Pet a Puppy for your Pennies! April 27, 2015, Schumacher Quad - The Human Ecology Club will be hosting the Delaware Valley Humane Society (DVHS) on April 27th from 11 am to 2 pm in Schumacher Quad. DVHS will be bringing two trained volunteers and 2 puppies to campus. Club members will stand in the quad for a coin drop. All proceeds will go to DVHS.
  • 3 PM Sanford Society Meeting, 246 Fitzelle - SUNY Oneonta student Luis Diaz will give a presentation entitled Vedic Mathematics.
  • 5 PM Alumni Question and Answer, Room 103 Fine Arts - Alumni from the Theatre Department and Mask and Hammer Theatre Club will meet with current students to talk about life after college in the theatre profession and answer any questions brought up by students. Food and drinks will be available.
  • LEAD Credit5:30 PM Killing Us Softly - A look at Non Verbal Communication & The Media, Red Dragon Theater - RA Diversity In-Service Presented By: Brad Veach LEAD Credit: Media Literacy
  • LEAD Credit7 PM Kink 101 with Lyndon Cudlitz, Susquehanna Room, Hunt Union - Come learn that there's so much more than 50 Shades of Grey! In the wake of the cultural phenomenon that was 50 Shades of Grey, student participants will learn the basic tenants and philosophies on how to stay safe in practicing non-vanilla sexual activities. Lyndon Cudlitz brings 13 years of experience in social justice education, leading workshops across the country on positive sexuality, gender identity, storytelling, and more. LEAD Credit Available
  • LEAD Credit7 PM Hook-Up Culture, Red Dragon Theatre - Join us as Jordan Perry and Dr. Brenda Seery show and discuss the documentary "Spitting Game: The College Hook-Up Culture." LEAD Credit Available.




Human Ecology









Tuesday 4/28
  • 10 AM Super Terps! Popcorn and Lemonade Sale, IRC Quad
  • 11 AM Annual Spring Fashion Show Pre-Sale ticket Sale, Wilsbach and Quad
  • 1 PM Sigma Gamma Phi Lollipops, Schumacher Quad - Sigma Gamma Phi will be selling lollipops with encouraging notes to get students and faculty ready for finals week! All proceeds will be given to our philanthropy, Opportunities for Otsego.
  • 4 PM Baseball vs. Elmira, Red Dragon Baseball Field
  • 4:30 PM GEaRS general body meeting, leather stocking room.
  • 6 PM Student Fashion Society Pre-Sale Tickets, Irc 2 - At our weekly general body meetings in IRC 2 we will sell pre-sale tickets for the annual spring fashion show!
  • 6 PM Human Ecology General Club Meeting, Human Ecology room 127 - We will talk about upcoming events and brainstorm other ideas for fundraising and community service.
  • 6:30 PM Student Fashion Society General Body Meeting, IRC 2 @ SUNY Oneonta - We meet to discuss the spring fashion show, do various activities, and learn about the fashion industry!
  • 6:30 PM Student Fashion Society Executive Board Elections , IRC 2 - We will hold elections for next year's Executive Board: The following positions are available: 2 Public Relations 2 Model Coordinators1 Beauty Committee
  • 6:30 PM Senate Meeting, Hunt Union Waterfront - The Student Association senate meets every Tuesday at 6:30 pm in the 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.
  • 7 PM Psych Night, Fitzelle - Each semester prior to finals we hold a Psych Night. Psych Night is our biggest event where we hold stress eliminating games, meditation, color and etc. All are WELCOME!!!
  • 7 PM Specticast: Caesar and Cleopatra, Red Dragon Theatre - This is a witty and seductive comedy about the relationship between a veteran Roman political strategist and an enchanting Egyptian teenage queen. Stratford's production was hailed by The New York Times as "the climactic event in the company's impressive current season." Now movie audiences can witness the acclaimed performance of legendary Canadian actor Christopher Plummer, and experience the drama, intrigue and comedy of George Bernard Shaw's celebrated play.
  • 8 PM Creative Writing Club general body meeting, Catskill room @Hunt Union - Every week we do a writing prompt, however members are encourage to use club to 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
  • LEAD Credit8 PM S.H.I.F.T. Benefit Concert, Hunt Ballroom - S.H.I.F.T. stands for Setting Humanitarian Initiatives for Tomorrow and that is exactly what we plan on doing! We are a human rights-based student-led organization on campus that focuses on strengthening our understanding of our own human rights, and how they are being violated around the world. Performers will have free entry to this fundraising event and there will be a $10 donation fee for all others. Food and light refreshments will also be served!! All donations raised will be sent to the non-governmental, non-politically aligned human rights-based organization, LiNK (Liberty in North Korea) which has been recognized by the international community as a transparent organization. LEAD Credit Available
  • LEAD Credit8:30 PM Circles of Multicultural Self, 5A Lounge Hulbert Hall - This activity requires 30-60 minutes. Purpose: The Circles activity engages participants in a process of identifying what they consider to be the most important dimensions of their own identity. Stereotypes are examined as participants share stories about when they were proud to be part of a particular group and when it was especially hurtful to be associated with a particular group. LEAD Credit Available
  • 9 PM Left Shark, Right Shark What Are You Gonna Be? Little Theater - This will be an interactive presentation where we will discuss adapting to other peoples styles and working effectively as a team. We will explore this through the lens of Left Shark and Right Shark from Katy Perry's Super Bowl Half Time Show.
  • 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 4/29
  • 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.
  • 10 AM Super Terps! Popcorn and Lemonade Sale, IRC Quad
  • 11 AM Annual Spring Fashion Show Pre-Sale ticket Sale, Wilsbach
  • 12 PM Climate Change, Revitalizing Upstate Economies, and the Role of Planning: An Upstate Model Based on Sidney, NY, Otsego Grille, Morris Hall - John Redente, Development Coordinator, Village of Sidney and Allison Lundin, Assistant Grants Administrator, (Village of Sidney) will make a presentation for the April Food For Thought Meeting. A complimentary union lunch will be served and the event is open to the College community.
  • 12 PM Pizza with a twist, Schumacher quad - pizza with a twist is a fundraiser that is to raise money for spring brook organization. we sell tinos pizza. the price for the pizza is lowered depending on if the participate in an activity. the three activities is a blind fold test, oven mitt test (writing your name while wearing oven mitts) and reading dyslexic sentences.
  • 1 PM Sigma Gamma Phi Lollipops, Schumacher Quad and Wilsbach
  • 5 PM Disability Awareness Council Party and Elections, Susquehanna Room - Tino's pizza and dessert will hold elections fall 2015 e-board. End of year party to thank members and graduation e-board.
  • 6 PM Kente Graduation Recognition Ceremony, Hunt Union Ballroom - The Department of Africana/Latino Studies, the Office of Equity and Inclusion and the Office of Student Diversity and Advocacy cordially invite the campus community to the sixth annual Kente Graduation Recognition Ceremony. The Kente Graduation Recognition Ceremony is organized to recognize the achievements of our diverse student population - AALANA and Non AALANA students and allies.
  • 7 PM JSA J-Party! SUNY Oneonta 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! We host live music events, movie nights, sushi nights and more!
  • LEAD Credit7 PM On campus debate, IRC 3 - Three college professors, Dr Koeddermann, Mrs. Nardi, and Dr. Compton will be arguing with three graduating senior students: Colleges should protect their students from offensive ideas. LEAD Credit Available
  • LEAD Credit8 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. LEAD Credit Available













Thursday 4/30
  • 10 AM Hooked On Tonic's Garage Sale, Netzer Quad - Gently used items and brand new posters at a low price!
  • 11 AM Student Fashion Society Annual Spring Fashion Show-Ticket Pre-Sale, QUAD -
  • 1 PM Sigma Gamma Phi Lollipops, Schumacher Quad and Wilsbach
  • LEAD Credit5 PM Sex Education, Red Dragon Theater - At this event, Students will hear the stories from the Speakers Bureau on their experiences of coming out. Also at this event students will have the opportunity to ask Dr. Elliot Ruggles and Rebecca Harrington anonymous questions and have them answered in front of the crowd. The purpose for this event is to bring Sexual Awareness, as well as promote safe sexual habits. LEAD Credit Available
  • 5:30 PM Criminal Justice Final Meeting Pizza Party, Schumacher 201 - For our last meeting, we will celebrate a wonderful semester coming to an end as well as hold elections for the next semesters e-board.
  • LEAD Credit6 PM Free CPR & AED Training, Little Theatre
  • 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 announcements 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 activities at our meetings as well.
  • 8 PM Harry Potter and the Multicultural Campus, Catskill - What does Harry Potter have to do with diversity? Hogwarts is secular and sexual and multicultural and multiracial and even sort of multimedia, with all those talking ghosts. This interactive roundtable will set up premises from the books (more so than the movies) about topics like race, class, government oversight, homosexuality, disability and others for discussion and debate.
  • 8 PM Super TERPS: A Leap for Justice! Goodrich Theatre - The Terpsichorean Dance Company will be putting on their semesterly show.
  • 8 PM Wire TV's 3rd Annual LIVE NIGHT, IRC Studios - Wire TV is hosting its 3rd Annual LIVE NIGHT. All 6 of Wire TV's shows will be going LIVE in one night! Starting at 8PM and Ending at 11PM, tune in on channel 14/15 on campus/off campus! Or stop by and be part of Late Night Oneonta's LIVE studio audience at 10:30 in IRC Studios!








Friday, 5/1
  • 4 PM SAAC Meeting, Hunt Union Square - The SA Activities Council welcomes all students to come get involved in selecting, promoting, and assisting with campus activities.
  • 4 PM Annual Spring Fashion Show Dress Rehearsal, Alumni Field House - All models and designers are required to attend.
  • 6:30 PM Jupiter Ascending, Red Dragon Theatre - In the future, a young destitute human woman gets targeted for assassination by the Queen of the Universe, and begins her destiny to finish the Queen's reign. FREE with valid SUNY Oneonta ID, $3 for all others.
  • 7 PM Murder Mystery Party, Butternut Valley room @Hunt Union - Come join the Creative Writing Club for a night of mystery. Interact with our character to figure out who murdered who in this engagement party theme murder mystery party. Light refreshments and fun will be served.
  • LEAD Credit7 PM International Night, Craven Lounge, Morris Hall - COME JOIN ISO, HOLA, JSA AND KCC in a night of celebrating cultural diversity. Enjoy some cultural cuisine and good music! There will be: A Henna Artist Caricature Piñata Making Fashion Segment Raffles/Giveaways Calligraphy  LEAD Credit Available
  • 8 PM Super TERPS: A Leap for Justice! Goodrich Theatre
  • 9 PM MAY DAY RAVE 2015 @ The Oneonta Theatre, The Oneonta Theatre – Presented by JDJ Music Service. Early bird tickets are now available!!!! Get in one last party before finals week! Blow off the stress of studying and come party at the best EDM event Oneonta has yet to see. Don't miss out on intense light shows, earth shattering sound and special effects that will blow your mind. TICKETS START AT ONLY $5!!!!!  
  • 9 PM Jupiter Ascending, Red Dragon Theatre
  • 9:30 PM Teddy Madness, Hamblin Theatre - At the end of the Spring semester, the Mask & Hammer Theatre Club hosts a night of comedy, skits, and talent acts to commemorate the academic year. At the Teddy's, awards are given out to the best directors, designers, and performers of the fall and Spring shows. This year will be the first year we incorporate fundraising for the club into the event, with an auction of three flannel shirts that belong to our advisor, Scott Segar. All proceeds will go to the Mask & Hammer Theatre Club.









Saturday 5/2
  • 11 AM Project RED, Presidents Garden - Project RED is an event to promote the RED Campaign. The main goal of this event is to raise money for the RED Campaign and have students gain more awareness about HIV and AIDS in Africa.
  • 2 PM Specticast: Caesar and Cleopatra, Red Dragon Theatre -Stratford's production was hailed by The New York Times as "the climactic event in the company's impressive current season." Now movie audiences can witness the acclaimed performance of legendary Canadian actor Christopher Plummer, and experience the drama, intrigue and comedy of George Bernard Shaw's celebrated play. The production also stars Nikki M. James, who later went on to receive the 2011 Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical for her role as Nabulungi in The Book of Mormon. The high quality production captures the true experience of witnessing Shaw's celebrated play on the prestigious Stratford Festival stage.
  • 2 PM Silent Auction in the Lobby of spring Fashion Show, Alumni Field House - This year we are having a silent auction in the lobby of the fashion show. We are offering any donated items that we have received. This is to help raise money for future fashion society events.
  • 2 PM Super TERPS: A Leap for Justice! Goodrich Theatre
  • 3 PM Alexis Aida Boutique Trunk Show, Alumni Field House - At the Student Fashion Society Annual Spring Fashion Show on Saturday May 2nd, at 4pm the Alexis Aida Boutique will be setting up a trunk show in the lobby to sell fashion garments!
  • 3 PM Merchandise Sale in the Lobby of the Spring Fashion Show, Alumni Field House - We will sell our sweatshirts and mugs for one last time in the lobby of the Spring Fashion show.
  • 3:30 PM ANNUAL SPRING FASHION SHOW, Alumni Field House
  • 3:30 PM Fashion Show Bake Sale, Alumni Field House
  • 6:30 PM Jupiter Ascending, Red Dragon Theatre
  • 8 PM Super TERPS: A Leap for Justice! Goodrich Theatre
  • 9 PM Jupiter Ascending, Red Dragon Theatre








Sunday 5/3
  • 9 AM St. Jude Giants Annual 5k Run/Walk, Alumni Field House - First, second and third place winner will revise a prize. There will also be a raffle for gift certificates and other small prizes. People who race are able to pre-enroll weeks before the event for a discounted price as well as a free t-shirt, people who decide to race the day of can register at the event. There will be a DJ, games, and food.
  • 10 AM Writing Retreat, College Camp - Creative Writing Club will be having a writing retreat to get a change of location and enjoy nature while we write. We'll have a series of writing workshops and free writing activities.
  • 1 PM Jupiter Ascending, Red Dragon Theatre
  • 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 & 9 PM Jupiter Ascending, Red Dragon Theatre

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