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BROADCAST for Feb 27 - Mar 8, 2015

Spotlight Program

We are Dr. Joni Frater & Esther Lastique, best-selling authors, radio hosts and trained sexologists. Funny, sassy and informative, we empower your students to make better decisions about their sexuality with knowledge and confidence.

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 2/27-3/1

Hunger Games

Red Dragon Theatre after break

Red Dragon Theatre3/20-22
The Hobbit:
Battle of the Five Armies

Into the Woods


Exodus: Gods and Kings

Hot Tub Time Machine 2

American Sniper

Jupiter Ascending

What's Happening







Friday 2/27
  • 10 AM IGC New Member Red Cross Donation Drive, Hunt Union
  • LEAD Credit12 PM Young Scholar's Lunchtime Lectures, Hunt College Union - The lecturers are Dr. Thomas Eatmon, Allegheny College; Dr. Michael Hannon, Montclair State University; Ms. Khristian King, University of Buffalo; and Mr. Vincent Briley, Cleveland Heights Oh. A light lunch is provided at each lecture.
  • 3 PM Department of Mathematics, Computer Science, and Statistics.Presentation, Fitzelle Hall 205 - Presentation by Jonathon Brown, Mathematics, SUNY Oneonta
  • 4 PM SAAC Meetings, Hunt Union Square - The SA Activities Council welcomes all students to come get involved in selecting, promoting, and assisting with campus activities.
  • 4 PM First Production - The Oneonta Film Club will be having their first student production of the semester at a location TBA. Members can apply as a crew position by filling out an application form.
  • 4 PM Life in Professional School: Experiences of SUNY Oneonta Biology Alumni in Physicians Assistant and Physical Therapy Programs, Science I Room 121 - As part of the Friday Seminar Series in Biology. Jointly presented by four SUNY Oneonta alumni who were all Biology majors who are currently enrolled in programs in the health professions: James Dewey, Michael O'rourke, Jason Sheehan, and John Longo. 
  • 4 PM Game Tournament, Fitzelle 254 - A game night for CPU members and any other students who want to come and have fun. Free pizza and small prizes. We'll be playing a fun game that most, if not all, of you have never heard of.
  • LEAD Credit4:30 PM ALL ABOUT HINDUISM, Fitzelle 205 - Come learn about Hinduism!
  • LEAD Credit5 PM Shabbat 301, Hunt Ballroom - We will be hosting our own Shabbat dinner! Shabbat is the closing of the work week for the Jewish religion. We will be having a three corse meal as well and providing entertainment for all the attendees. Hope to see you all there!
  • 6 PM Weekly Gamers' Guild Meeting, Hunt Union Lounge - Every Friday from 6 PM until Hunt Union closes. We are a Table Top Gaming Club who plays anything from Magic the Gathering, to Dungeons and Dragons, to Settlers of Catan, and much more. Feel free to bring your own games to play with friends or borrow a game from our ever expanding collection.
  • 6 PM Campus Ambassadors Winter Retreat, Hunters Field Christian Training Center  
  • 6:30 PM Hunger Games - Mockingjay Part I, Red Dragon Theatre
  • 7 PM Kiss the Cast of Nagamandala, Fine Arts Gallery - Come see a performance of Nagamandala and send your favorite cast or crew member a rose or a bag of Hershey kisses! Proceeds to benefit the Lambda Omega Chapter of Alpha Psi Omega, the National Theatre Honor Society.
  • 8 PM Nagamandala, Hamblin Theatre - SUNY Oneonta's Theatre Department presents Nagamandala, an Indian play written by Girish Karnad, directed by Andrew Kahl. The play deals with the issues related to marital life.
  • 9 PM Hunger Games - Mockingjay Part I, Red Dragon Theatre




Hunger Games


Saturday 2/28
  • 10 AM Howe Caverns Trip - EAC will be visiting Howe Caverns to learn more about a unique natural feature and how it is being preserved.
  • 10 AM Oneonta Film Club First Production
  • 2 PM Specticast: The Tempest, Red Dragon Theatre - This culminating masterpiece of Shakespeare's career pits the desire for revenge against the demands of love and asks if man is capable of creating a brave new world. Filmed LIVE in high definition over three performances, this spectacular and griping play is captured by 14 high definition cameras that gives the viewer an upfront and intimate theatrical experience unlike any other. Tickets are $5 with valid SUNY Oneonta ID and $8 for all others.
  • LEAD Credit2 PM Lunar New Year Event, Morris Craven Lounge - Lunar New Year Event is a collaboration between Japanese Society for All, Chinese Dragons, Korean Cultural Club, and International Student Organization showcasing each culture's new year celebration. Please come and enjoy free food & crafts!! LEAD credit will be offered.
  • 2 PM Critique Day, Hunt Union Catskill room - Do you want become a better writer? Do you have a piece that you want feedback on? Then come to Critique Day! Bring a short story, poem, section of a novel, etc. and find out ways to improve it. Please keep the piece to around five pages. Hosted by the Creative Writing Club.
  • 2:30 PM Student Fashion Society Beflawesome Beauty Forum Event! Hunt Union Waterfront Room - This event focuses on body image and is in correlation with Eating Disorder Awareness Week. We will have activities and presentations by the Beauty Committee and the Women's Feminist club.
  • 6 PM Alpha Phi Omega's Girl Scout Frozen Fling, Hunt Ballroom
  • 6:30 PM Hunger Games - Mockingjay Part I, Red Dragon Theatre
  • 8 PM Nagamandala, Hamblin Theatre
  • 9 PM Saturday Night Fever, Golding Hall - In pursuit of the coveted president's trophy disco ball. Open to all regardless of residential status.
  • 9 PM Hunger Games - Mockingjay Part I, Red Dragon Theatre





Sunday 3/1
  • 11 AM SUNY OnMark Salt Rinse Fundraiser, Stewart's, 47 Main Street, - SUNY OnMark will be rinsing cars off to rid them of salt and slush deposits at Stewarts's located by River Street and accepting donations as a fundraiser.
  • 1 PM Hunger Games - Mockingjay Part I, Red Dragon Theatre
  • 1 PM Nagamandala, Hamblin Theatre
  • LEAD Credit4 PM AALANA presents Yoga for Everyone, Morris Hall 130 - Easy yoga designed for everyone at any physical level, following by meditation in hopes of destressing students. Attendees will be able to feel relaxed and calm before the week where they might have a lot of assignment.
  • 4:00 PM Living on One Dollar, Red Dragon Theatre - Discussion followed by the "A dollar a Day" project led by Victoria Gander (Education Major) and facilitated by Diana Cervantes (Foodservice Restaurant Admin Major). Join us in the discussion. Bring a Friend.
  • 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 SAAC @ The Movies: Hunger Games - Mockingjay Part I, Red Dragon Theatre









Monday 3/2
  • 8 AM Summer Course Registration Begins - on line * on campus * on track - make summer count!
  • 8 AM Transfer Student Mentor Application, 101 Wilsbach - 5 reasons why being a Transfer Student Mentor matters: 1. TSMs network with all sorts of amazing people. 2. TSMs learn valuable and transferrable leadership skills. 3. TSMs help new transfers in their transition to SUNY Oneonta. 4. TSMs program and plan great transfer events. 5. Awesome apparel. 'Nuff said. Applications are available March 2 - March 27.
  • LEAD Credit12 PM Leaders Lunches 2015: Encourage The Heart, Union Square, Hunt College Union - The Student Leadership Challenge is based on the research of Kouzes and Posner, asking students to share their personal best leadership experiences. Each session will be limited to 30 people due to food, so please RSVP to reserve your spot. Lead Credit: Meaningful Interpersonal Relationships
  • 12 PM Reslife Housing Selection, Online @ MyOneonta - It's that time of the year. Room Selection for 2015-2016! Important Dates: 3/2: Email sent to all students about room selection 3/16: Deposits and housing key numbers available online 3/23: Room selection appointments available online (not a physical appointment you have to go to, it is an online appointment) 3/30 - 4/10: Housing appointments. Note: All of this process is done online through myoneonta. Any further questions, check the email/talk to your RD
  • 3 PM Sanford Society Meeting, 246 Fitzelle - Dr. Keith Jones will present the Department of Mathematics, Computer Science, and Statistics' newest course, Mathematical Modeling, which will run for the first time in Fall 2015. Dr. Leah Bridgers will give a presentation entitled Origami and Mathematics.
  • 6:30 PM Issues of Today, Susquehanna Room - The Political Science Club will be hosting a discussion regarding the upcoming Supreme Court decision on same sex marriage. We will give a brief overview of the issue and then have a discussion. Come join us and express your opinions amongst your peers.
  • LEAD Credit7:30 PM ACIPP Lecture with Simon Tsike Sossah, M.S., Morris Hall 130 - Programs in Ghana, Liberia, Sierra Leone*** What is "development work?" What can I learn if I intern in West Africa? What are the current issues that need to be addressed?? How has the Ebola epidemic affected the educational and health systems in affected countries?
  • LEAD Credit7:30 PM National Hazing Prevention Week, Hunt Union - The IGC is sponsoring a week of hazing prevention week activities. The panel discussion on 3/3 will have LEAD credit.
  • 8 PM Literary Trivia Night, International Lounge, Hunt Union - Sponsored by Parnassus: The English Club.  Come join us in the International Lounge in Hunt Union for the chance to win a gift-card to the Green Toad Book store, eat pizza, and have fun!
  • 9 PM Consent is NOT a Grey Area, Hunt College Union We are Dr. Joni Frater & Esther Lastique, best-selling authors, radio hosts and trained sexologists. Funny, sassy and informative, we empower your students to make better decisions about their sexuality with knowledge and confidence. We offer a fresh perspective on human sexuality, sharing information that your students don't know they don't know.


Back to the Future
Human Ecology






Tuesday 3/3
  • 11 AM Release Your Words, Wilsbach Lobby - Creative Writing Club is holding a fundraiser where students can write, draw, or express themselves however they choose on a large canvas. Half of all proceeds will be donated to Riverside Elementary to go towards purchasing new books for their library. Once the canvas is complete, it will be displayed in the Hunt Union Atrium as a collaboration of all the creativity of SUNY Oneonta students. The suggested donation is $1.
  • 4:30 PM GEaRS general body meeting, leatherstocking room
  • LEAD Credit4:30 PM Back to the Future: Imagining Alternatives to Apocalyptic Doom, 300 Milne Library - Sigma Tau Delta presents a faculty lecture featuring Dr. Kathryn Finin of the English Department. She will be discussing the theme of Utopias and Dystopias in popular culture, as well as theoretical solutions to the issues facing our society as seen particularly in Science Fiction (population control, global warming, etc.). 
  • 5:30 PM Break Away Pinata Style, Fitzelle 205 - We will be making and decorating Pinatas.
  • 6 PM Human Ecology Club 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 - Student Fashion Society meets to discuss the spring fashion show, do various activities, and learn about the fashion industry! 
  • 6:30 PM 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.
  • 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 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 Daniel Seddiqui "Living the Map" Campus Lecture, Hunt Union Ballroom - Daniel was unemployed and unable to land a job with his Economics degree, he traveled to 50 states for 50 jobs in 50 weeks! He did this to explore diverse careers, environments, and culture in America.
  • 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.*Classes are free of charge with a valid student or faculty/staff ID*
  • 8 PM Nagamandala, Hamblin Theatre
  • 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 3/4
  • 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.
  • 11 AM Release Your Words, Mills Lobby
  • LEAD Credit 3:00 PM "Say Thank You:" A Micro-ethnography of Language Socialization and Gender, 318 Milne Library - The Women's & Gender Studies Department invites you to attend a Gender Out of Bounds Seminar presented by Dr. Sallie Han of the Anthropology Department.
  • 5 PM Relay for Life Kickoff! Wilsbach
  • LEAD Credit6 PM Free CPR & AED Training Little Theatre
  • 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!
  • 8 PM Nagamandala Hamblin Theatre








Thursday 3/5
  • 11:00 AM Release Your Words, Hunt Union International Lounge
  • LEAD Credit4 PM & 5 PM Transfers Take the LEAD: Identity Safety, Susquehanna Room - Learn more about how you can protect your identity and keep yourself safe with Melanie Grossman from the NYS Division of Consumer Protection. You will earn the Personal & Educational Goals LEAD credit!
  • 5 PM Introversion: Energy from Within, Catskill - In some instances, a person might be a bit confused if they encounter someone who is a bit shy, reserved, quiet, standoffish, or distant. Questions may arise whether a person is in a bad mood, or if they are not happy when in actually that person is introverted.
  • 6:30 PM The Music Industry Club Presents: Such Gold, and more! Hunt Union Waterfront
  • 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.
  • LEAD Credit8 PM Free CPR & AED Training, Little Theatre
  • 8:00 PM Nagamandala Hamblin Theatre


Break begins at close of classes

Friday 3/6
Safe Break



Al Anon


Saturday 3/7



Sunday 3/8
  • 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.

Of note...

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

Eating disorders are serious, potentially life-threatening conditions that need appropriate treatment. In the United States alone, 30 million people will be impacted by an eating disorder at some point in their lifetime. Head to the Counseling Center webpage and look for the yellow “Feature of the Month” box to educate yourself about eating disorders and helpful resources.


Cash or Dragon Dollars at Hunt (weekdays 10-10) and Debit/Credit online at oneontatickets.com


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