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BROADCAST for March 27-April 5

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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
  • Ideas Month
  • Irish-American Heritage Month  
  • Kidney Month
  • Listening Awareness Month
  • Multiple Sclerosis Education and Awareness Month
  • Music in Our Schools Month
  • Nutrition Month
  • Red Cross Month  
  • Social Work Month
  • Women's History Month

Red Dragon Theatre 3/27-29

Into the Woods

Red Dragon Theatre 4/3-5

Selma


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Bernarda Alba

Friday, 3/27

 

 

 

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Saturday 3/28
  • 11 AM Fashion show Model Bootcamp, Alumni Field House Dance Studio - This is the model casting call for the annual spring fashion show! ALL MODELS AND DESIGNERS ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND!
  • 12 PM Baseball vs. Brockport, Red Dragon Baseball Field - Double Header
  • 2 PM Critique Day, IRC 6 - 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 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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ZDC

Sunday 3/29

 

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Monday 3/30
  • 10 AM Solar Observing, Schumacher Quad - Presented by the Physics and Astronomy Club. Come out and safely observe the sun through a solar filtered telescope and learn more about what the Astronomy community at SUNY O has to offer. We will also be selling solar filtered glasses!
  • 11 AM Blood Drive - Urgent Need! Hunt Union Ballroom - We need you! Our goal is 100 units. Free T-Shirts! .
  • 12 PM ASE T-Shirt Sale, Fitzelle - We will be selling our shirts to students and faculty who would like to buy them. Our proceeds will go to ASE. 
  • 1 PM Girl Scout Cookie Booth, International Lounge @ Hunt Union - A Cookie Booth to benefit Oneonta Girl Scout Troop 30328 with Sigma Tau Delta
  • 3 PM Sanford Society Meeting, Fitzelle 246 - Kathy Meeker (Grants Development Office, SUNY Oneonta) will speak about grant and fellowship opportunities for students in the Department of Mathematics, Computer Science, and Statistics
  • 3 PM New York State Food Hubs, Red Dragon Theatre - Are you interested in strengthening local food systems? If so, stop by to hear Finger Lakes Fresh present on NYS Food Hubs. Food hubs present an opportunity for communities to make healthy food sourcing a profitable enterprise for producers, distributors, and retailers, while simultaneously improving access to local foods.
  • 6 PM OH-Fest Battle of the Bands, Hunt Ballroom - Come vote on who will play on Main St and the Main Stage.
  • 6 PM Battle of the Bands fundraiser, Hunt Union - Environmental Activism Club will be sellin baked goods and refreshments at the Battle of the Bands as a fundraising activity.
  • 7 PM Passover- Chocolate Sader, SUNY Oneonta - Will will be having the tradtional Passover Sader with an all chocolate twist. 
  • 8 PM 100 things that I love, Fitzelle 107 - Guided discussion on the power of positivity subconsciously as well as the importance of balance. Participants walk away with tips on how to keep burn out away.

 

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Tuesday 3/31
  • 10 AM Solar Observing, Schumacher Quad
  • 11:30 AM Heart Warming Hand Warmers, Wilsbach Lobby - The Random Acts of Kindness Club will be selling hand warmers with heart warming messages on them ($2). All proceeds go to Relay for Life.
  • 11:45 AM I Love Boobies, Mills - Interested Ladies will have a game booth set to bring awareness to breast cancer.
  • 3 PM Women Lacrosse vs. Hartwick, All College Track and Field
  • 4:30 PM G.E.a.R.S. general body meeting, leather stocking room
  • LEAD Credit Offered5:30 PM Do You Know How To Recycle? MacDuff Hall - Come to this recycling program to find out just what is recycable and what isn't! There will be a short lecture and fun activity involved. Free homemade smoothies will be available for attendees as well as prizes!!! This program will be held in the main lounge of MacDuff Hall but don't let that stop you from attending. All are welcome! Social Responsibilty LEAD credit offered!
  • 5:30 PM Caseros Remedios, Fitzelle 205 - Discussion in tradition Hispanic Remedies and we will be making face mask! We will have FREE food!!!
  • 6 PM "No! The Rape Documentary" Film/Discussion, Milne Alden Room 300 - Moderator: Dr. Leigh-Anne Francis. ALS Social Justice Film Series. Producer/Director: Aishah Shahidah Simmons (AfroLez), incest & rape survivor. Stories from Black women rape survivors who defy victimization.
  • 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 - 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 What is Feminism? Fitzelle - We will be having a program that educates our attendees on the real definition of feminism. 
  • 7 PM Specticast: The Vatican Museums, Red Dragon Theatre - For the very first time Ultra HD 4K/3D film cameras have been allowed inside the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel, bringing never before seen art to theaters.Admire the paintings of Caravaggio, touch Laocon and the Belvedere Torso, and feel swathed by the figures in the Sistine Chapel. From the outstanding artistry of classic statues to the Cast of Michelangelo's Pieta , right up to Fontana's modern sculptures; from paintings by Giotto, Leonardo da Vinci, Van Gogh, Chagall and Dali; from the extraordinary frescos in the Rooms of Raphael to the spectacular work by Michelangelo in the Sistine Chapel, theater audiences will experience the journey under the artful guidance of the Director of the Vatican Museums. Tickets are $5 with valid SUNY Oneonta ID and $8 for all others. They can be purchased at the Hunt College Union with cash or dragon dollars and online at oneontatickets.com.
  • 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
  • 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 F.A.T. City, IRC 2 - Must be staff who have NOT attended this program in the past. Learning disabilities are all around us, in and out of the classroom. They can affect the social habits of residents and explain why a student may react to jokes, stories or questions in a certain way.  F.A.T City is an in-service that is going to expose some of the frustrations and traits of a learning disabled student. This interactive in-service will be a fun and eye opening experience for those who attend.
  • 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 4/1
  • 8:30 AM Coffee Hour with President Kleniewski, Fitzelle Hall Atrium - Join Dr. K 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 Solar Observing, Schumacher Quad
  • LEAD Credit Offered4 PM Financial Literacy Series: Making Cents of Life After College, Morris Conference Center - This program is intended to give you a realistic glimpse of your post-graduation finances. You will receive a "salary" based on your career path and anticipated geographical location.You will then proceed through a series of stations simulating the budgeting of your salary to meet monthly expenses based on the cost of living in your proposed geographical location. Your goal is to meet all of your needs within the confines of your salary.We will help you review your choices and empower you to make smart financial decisions. Light refreshments will be served. LEAD Credit: Career Path and Critical Thinking. When you RSVP please complete the event registration.
  • LEAD Credit Offered5 PM Know Your Rights Seminar, IRC 5 - Join the Young Republicans and a Panel of lawyers including Mr. Kehoe and Mr. Hegeman, as we discuss student rights.  Topics will range from:-Arrests -Noise Violations-Underage Drinking-and much more!
  • LEAD Credit Offered5 PM Disability Awareness Council Movie Night, Susquehanna Room, Hunt Union - We are showing the movie "It's Kind a Funny Story." It is a movie about mental ilness and not letting you deprive yourself from happiness.
  • LEAD Credit Offered6 PM Free CPR & AED Training, Little Theatre
  • 6 PM Greek Week Greek Sing, Hunt Union Ballroom - Come watch the first annual Greek Sing at SUNY Oneonta! Teams will be competing with dance to songs that have to do with fire and light. RSVP is necessary!
  • 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! We host live music events, movie nights, sushi nights and more!
  • LEAD Credit Offered7:30 PM Human Rights Watch Film Festival: Scheherazade's Diary, Red Dragon Theatre - This engaging tragicomic documentary follows women inmates through a 10-month drama therapy/theater project set up in 2012 by director Zeina Daccache at the Baabda Prison in Lebanon. Through their unprecedented theater initiative, entitled Scheherazade in Baabda, these "murderers of husbands, adulterers and drug felons" reveal their storie; tales of domestic violence, traumatic childhoods, failed marriages, forlorn romances, and deprivation of motherhood. The women of Baabda Prison share their personal stories, and in doing so, hold up a mirror to Lebanese society and all societies that repress women.
  • 9 PM Wacky Chad, International Lounge - Laugh until it hurts as stunt comedian Wacky Chad rides another person on his tiny bicycle and handstands on a skateboard. Wacky Chad will reach neck-straining heights on his tall unicycle and defy gravity on an air powered pogo stick. Chad's award winning pogo stick skills, charmingly funny jokes and antics got him on America's Got Talent (Twice!), and a performance at the Superbowl.

 

 

 

 

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Thursday 4/2
  • 9 AM March Madness, Red Dragon Outfitters - Sale at the Red Dragon Outfitters! Shoot Hoops and Win Prizes (while supplies last) 25% Off All Jackets 15% Off All Sweatpants 15% Off All T-Shirts $30 Select MV Hoodies
  • 10 AM Solar Observing, Schumacher Quad
  • 12 PM Autism Awareness, SUNY Oneonta - The Council for Exceptional Children will be hosting a table on the quad to increase Autism Awareness
  • 12 PM St. Jude Merchandise Sale, Hunt Union - We will be selling St. Jude merchandise to raise money and awarness for the St. Jude Childrens Reserach Hospital
  • 3 PM Responding to Sexual Assault and Student in Crisis, Butternut Valley - Trigger Warning! This in-service contains topics that may be challenging for students who have experienced or supported someone close to them through these experiences or who are currently in sensitive state. This in-service will coach student leaders on how to respond to students who may be disclosing information to an RA who may have experienced a sexual assualt. Students will have the chance to practice the skills they have learend and gain skills to know how to better assist a student who may share this information with them. 
  • 6 PM Sweethearts and Serenades, Hunt Union Ballroom - Part of traditional Greek Life is recognizing members of organizations that aren't your own for their dedication to your organization. These people are your sweethearts. Come watch all the fraternities and sororities on campus serenade their sweethearts at this classy event. This event is semi-formal.
  • 7 PM Zombie Defense Corps General Body Meeting, IRC 7 - The ZDC 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 Credit Offered8 PM Free CPR & AED Training, Little Theatre

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Friday, 4/3
  • 9 AM March Madness, Red Dragon Outfitters
  • 10 AM Solar Observing, Schumacher Quad
  • 10 AM Phi Sigma Sigma and Phi Kappa Psi's Pie a Phi, President's Garden - As a part of the Greek Week Community Fundraiser. All proceeds will be going to the Oneonta School District's Backpack Snack Program.
  • 11 AM Alpha Sigma Phi, Sigma Delta Tau and Alpha Epsilon Pi's Bake Sale, Hunt Union - Lemonade stand and bake sale. All proceeds will be going to the Oneonta School District's Backpack Snack Program.
  • 11 AM Sigma Gamma Phi and Alpha Phi Delta Water Balloon Toss, Schumacher Quad - As a part of the Greek Week Community Fundraiser. All proceeds will be donated to the Oneonta School District's Backpack Snack Program.
  • 11 AM Tri Sigma and Zeta Beta Tau Bake Sale, Fitzelle Lobby - As a part of the Greek Week Community Fundraiser. All proceeds will be going to the Oneonta School District's Backpack Snack Program.
  • 11 AM Pi Delta Chi, Chi Phi and MGC Kissing Booth, Mills Dining Hall As a part of the Greek Week Community Fundraiser. All proceeds will be going to the Oneonta School District's Backpack Snack Program.
  • 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 Softball vs. New Paltz, Red Dragon Softball Field - Double Header
  • 4 PM SA Activities Council Meeting, Hunt Union Square - SAAC welcomes all students to come get involved in selecting, promoting, and assisting with campus activities.
  • LEAD Credit Offered5 PM Flawless Charm School, Hunt Union Ballroom - Frequency is SUNY Oneonta’s step team that is dedicated to expose a unique dance art that originated in Africa. Stepping is a form of percussive dance in which people use their entire body as an instrument to produce complex rhythms and sounds through a mixture of footsteps, spoken works and hand claps.Our purpose is to perform at school and community events throughout the year, develop leadership skills and independently develop mentally, physically and morally. This is also a good opportunity to be exposed to a sub-culture, different from traditional college life.
  • 6:30 & 9 PM Selma, Red Dragon Theatre - The unforgettable true story chronicles the tumultuous three-month period in 1965, when Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. led a dangerous campaign to secure equal voting rights in the face of violent opposition. The epic march from Selma to Montgomery culminated in President Johnson signing the Voting Rights Act of 1965, one of the most significant victories for the civil rights movement. Director Ava DuVernay's "Selma" tells the story of how the revered leader and visionary Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr and his brothers and sisters in the movement prompted change that forever altered history. FREE with valid SUNY Oneonta ID, $3 for all others.

 

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Saturday 4/4
  • 8:30 AM Howe Caverns Trip, Howe Caverns NY - Howe caverns is a large living limestone cave in upstate New York. This cave offers a wonderful first hand experience of the chemical processes involved in creating these unique structures. Cave chemistry is a fun subject among chemical topics but is hard to understand without visual representation.
  • 2 PM Specticast: The Vatican Museums, Red Dragon Theatre - Admire the paintings of Caravaggio, touch Laocoan and the Belvedere Torso, and feel swathed by the figures in the Sistine Chapel. From the outstanding artistry of classic statues to the Cast of Michelangelo's Pieta , right up to Fontana's modern sculptures; from paintings by Giotto, Leonardo da Vinci, Van Gogh, Chagall and Dali; from the extraordinary frescos in the Rooms of Raphael to the spectacular work by Michelangelo in the Sistine Chapel, theater audiences will experience the journey under the artful guidance of the Director of the Vatican Museums. Tickets are $5 with valid SUNY Oneonta ID and $8 for all others.
  • 6:30 PM Selma, Red Dragon Theatre
  • 9 PM Paintball Laser Tag, Hunt Ballroom Come as a team or join one on the spot.
  • 9 PM Selma, Red Dragon Theatre

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Sunday 4/5
  • 1 PM Selma, 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 Selma, Red Dragon Theatre

Of note...

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

LAvendar

Apply for a Youth Environmental Grant. Today is a Great Day to Give Away Money! We are thrilled to announce a new grant program that launches today! Levi Strauss & Co. gave us $75,000 this year to fund youth environmentalists all over the world. We will use that money to fund 20 young people working on grassroots environmental projects anywhere in the world. These grantees will be eligible for more funding from us, promotional support and leadership training scholarships. It is a huge opportunity. Please help us identify the best young environmentalists and get them some financial support. Applications are open NOW and will stay open until we've funded 20 people as part of this program. Anyone age 22 and younger, anywhere in the world, is eligible. Environmental issue areas we are focused on include: • promotion of plant-based diets • climate change education and advocacy • water access and conservation • environmental justice • community gardens • air quality • protecting biodiversity • natural resource conservation and management • population growth Projects should be early in their lifecycle. We don’t fund established organizations with paid staff and prefer to fund individuals directly when possible.

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.

Tips
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