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Hunt College Union

Seeking Top Notch Student Managers
The Charles W. Hunt College Union (#HouseOfChuck)  is hiring student building managers for fall 2016.  The successful candidates will have a desire to make significant contributions to community building in the college union, and simultaneously develop their talents and skills.  We desire dependable, enthusiastic, motivated, and responsible persons with strong customer service and excellent time management skills who want to be challenged.  A 2.5 cumulative GPA is required and must be maintained.    For proper consideration please be sure to submit all completed materials including application, resume, and cover letter by 4:30pm Friday  February 26, 2016  to Robb Thibault, Hunt Union Director Room 220C or by email. Incomplete applications will not be accepted.   Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled.  Preliminary training for the new Student Manager begins in April and fall training will start on Sunday night August 21, 2016.

February is...

  • AMD/Low Vision Awareness Month
  • American Heart Month 
  • Bake for Family Fun Month
  • Bird-Feeding Month 
  • Black History Month 
  • Boost Self-Esteem Month
  • Cherry Month
  • Condom Month
  • Expect Success Month
  • Library Lovers' Month 
  • Marfan Syndrome Awareness Month 
  • Mend a Broken Heart Month
  • Parent Leadership Month
  • Pet Dental Health Month 
  • Plant the Seeds of Greatness Month
  • Renaissance of the Heart Month
  • Return Shopping Carts to the Supermarket Month
  • Spay/Neuter Awareness Month
  • Spunky Old Broads Month
  • Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month
  • Time Management Month
  • Wise Health Care Consumer Month
  • Women Inventors Month
  • Youth Leadership Month


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The box office is open daily from 1 PM to 10 PM and we accept cash or Dragon Dollars only. Some events are available online at oneontatickets.com which takes Credit and Debit cards.

Red Dragon Theatre 2/12-14


Red Dragon Theatre 2/19-21

Secret In Their Eyes

What's Happening

Friday 2/12







Women's Basketball vs. Brockport,

Spectre- Film

Slumber Party

List of Events
  • 9 AM Valentine's Day Bake Sale, Martha Pratt Suite, Human Ecology Building - FNA will be making and selling homemade (and made with love) Chocolate Truffles, Chocolate Covered Strawberries and Personalized Red Velvet Cakes!
  • 11 AM CAC Valentines Day Fundraiser, Mills Lobby - Colleges Against Cancer fundraiser for Relay for life. Selling Candy grams and baked goods by donation.
  • 12 PM Habitat for Humanity Bake Sale, Fitzelle Hall - Support Habitat for Humanity and buy some baked goods between 12-3pm!
  • 4:30 PM Valentine Day Celebration, CME Upper Level - Come join the students of International Students Organization in our Valentine’s Day Celebration. All are Welcome! Learn how other cultures from around the world celebrate Valentine’s Day. LEAD Credit Offered.
  • 5:30 PM Women's Basketball vs. Brockport, Alumni Field House - Red Dragons vs. Eagles
  • 6:30 PM Spectre- Film, Red Dragon Theater- Hunt Union - Taken from IMDb: "A cryptic message from Bond's past sends him on a trail to uncover a sinister organization. While M battles political forces to keep the secret service alive, Bond peels back the layers of deceit to reveal the terrible truth behind SPECTRE." 
  • 9 PM Slumber Party, Hunt College Union - Sometimes you just need a break! A slumber party break! This event will be full of fun, snacks, music and games!
  • 9 PM Spectre- Film, Red Dragon Theater- Hunt Union
Saturday 2/13









SAC Photo Headshot Fundraiser

Warhammer intro!

Women's Basketball vs. SUNY Geneseo
Men's Basketball vs SUNY Geneseo

Spectre- Film

Saturday Night Fever

List of Events
  • 9 AM USITT Conference, Fine Arts Center - United States Institute for Theatre Technology (USITT) Conference is being held at the Fine Arts Center of SUNY Oneonta. Activities include alumni panel, guest speakers, resume building workshop and various other activities.
  • 11 AM Breed Fitness TRX Class, Breed Fitness - First come first serve- there are 16 spots available open to BEfit Club members to attend a TRX Class at Breed Fitness on Main Street in Oneonta. This class consists of a one hour circuit workout with the use of stability balls, weights, jump ropes, kettle bells, etc. It is not only a fun activity, but will also get our members active and motivated. Once we know which 16 of our club members are attending, we will set up a carpool to get to and from the facility.
  • 1 PM SAC Photo Headshot Fundraiser, Butternut Valley, Hunt Union - The Student Advisory Council for the School of Business and Economics will be taking professional headshots for students (or faculty) that can be used on professional media outlets. We will be charging $2/picture and all of the proceeds will go to our council, which works diligently to enhance the School of Business and Economics.
  • 1:30 PM Warhammer intro! Hunt Union Waterfront Room - Warhammer 40k is a tabletop Wargame and gamers’ guild is running an introductory game, if you're interested in tabletop wargames or warhammer 40k please come, you don't need anything to play, Just interest new players welcome!
  • 2 PM Women's Basketball vs. SUNY Geneseo, Alumni Field House - Red Dragons vs. Knights
  • 4 PM Men's Basketball vs SUNY Geneseo, Alumni Field House - Red Dragons vs Knights
  • 6:30 PM Spectre- Film, Red Dragon Theater- Hunt Union
  • 9 PM Saturday Night Fever, Curtis Hall - In pursuit of the coveted President's Disco Ball. All students are welcoem regardless of residence hall status.
  • 9 PM Spectre- Film, Red Dragon Theater- Hunt Union
Sunday 2/14

Catholic Mass on Campus


List of Events
Monday 2/15

SHIFT Chocolate Covered Pretzels Fundraiser

SAC Photo Headshot Fundraiser

SUNY SA Town Hall Meeting

Film Club Auditions!

B.A.S.I.C. Women's Bible Study

Rajiv Surendra

List of Events
  • 11 AM SHIFT Chocolate Covered Pretzels Fundraiser, The HUB at The Hunt Union - Would you like to help out child soldiers in Burma? Swing by our table at the Hunt Union and enjoy a chocolate covered pretzel! SHIFT partners with the Karen Human Rights Group based in Burma to help villagers in Burma achieve full human rights and justice.
  • 1 PM SAC Photo Headshot Fundraiser, Butternut Valley Room, Hunt Union
  • 2 PM LEAD@Oneonta Drop-In Hours, Hunt Union 220 - Have Your LEAD Questions Answered By Leadership Mentors. No Appointments Needed!
  • 6 PM SUNY SA Town Hall Meeting, Red Dragon Theater - Want your voice heard? Do you want to know what's going on in SUNY? Then come to our Town Hall forum in which SUNY SA President Thomas Mastro and Vice President Melissa Kathan will come to talk about current plans that the SA has. Tom serves as the student representative on the SUNY Board of Trustees and thus he has influence over policies within our system. He is knowledgeable on the politics and the legislation currently being discussed and will be discussing some key features as it pertains to SUNY Students. They will also be open to all questions and concerns. LEAD Credit Offered.
  • 6 PM Film Club Auditions! IRC 7 - Come audition for a role in our original short film! Email ofc@oneonta.edu for more information and a copy of the script!
  • 8 PM B.A.S.I.C. Women's Bible Study, Blodgett Hall - The women's bible study meets to discuss the bible, different topics/issues that we as women of God go through, as well as a time for fellowship and just getting to know each other. Come join us!
  • 9 PM Rajiv Surendra, Hunt Union Ballroom - Rajiv Surendra is a modern-day renaissance man; he's a painter, potter, woodworker, and calligrapher. He's also an actor and is best known for his scene-stealing performance as the rapping mathlete, Kevin G, in Mean Girls. Rajiv will share the profound lessons he has learned pursuing his passions with all of his heart and that the journey can be just as important as the goal.
Tuesday 2/16

LEAD@Oneonta Drop-In Hours

Human Ecology Club Meeting

The MIC and Rock to Cure Present: WATERMEDOWN

Chinese Dragons 2nd Meeting!

Creative Writing Club Meeting

Team Trivia

List of Events
  • 9 AM LEAD@Oneonta Drop-In Hour, 220 Hunt Union
  • 12 PM LEAD@Oneonta Drop-In Hour, 220 Hunt Union
  • 1 PM Webinar: Engaging Residential Students through CollegiateLink, Glimmerglass Room - Residential life can be an essential component of the student experience. The outreach capabilities and data collection on the engagement and involvement of residential students can be enhanced with the Campus Labs® CollegiateLink platform.
  • 4 PM Human Ecology Club Meeting, Human Ecology Room 127 - We will meet with members on a biweekly basis, and the e-board will meet on opposite weeks. The club will plan and execute events and fundraisers with the goal of giving back to the Oneonta community.
  • 6:30 PM The MIC and Rock to Cure Present: WATERMEDOWN, Hunt Union Ballroom - Benefit show raising money for the Tyler DeMarco Foundation! Featuring:WATERMEDOWN, Buffalo, NY Alternative/Chase Huglin, Fort Wayne, IN Acoustic Indie/Pitch Slapped, SUNY Oneonta A Cappella/Nobody's Babe, Oneonta DIY Indie. Tickets:$2 with donations appreciated
  • 7 PM Newman Club - Discussion, Newman House - Come join Newman Club in a conversation titled, "What is Lent?" All are welcome. LEAD Credit Offered.
  • 7 PM Chinese Dragons 3rd Meeting! Fitzelle202 - Since Valentine's Day just passed, we would like to introduce you Chinese Valentine's Day. If you want to know the differences between Chinese Valentine's Day and the Western one, come to our meeting!
  • 8 PM Creative Writing Club 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.
  • 9 PM Team Trivia, 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 2/17






Changing Legal Approaches to Sex Crimes in 13th Century England


Oneonta Peer-led Cancer Support Group

Film Club General Body Meeting

Habitat for Humanity Meeting

Free CPR & AED Training

List of Events
  • 11 AM Release Your Words Fundraiser, Wilsbach Dining Hall - For a small contribution to the Creative Writing Club, students can draw, write out their favorite quotes, and get creative on a piece of canvas, generously donated by the Damascene Book Cellar, that will be displayed in the International Lounge at the Hunt Union. Half of the proceeds will go to Greater Plains Elementary School to support literacy and library skills in young children. Come join us in supporting this great cause!
  • 12 PM Changing Legal Approaches to Sex Crimes in 13th Century England: The Evidence of Domestic Violence Cases. Le Café - April Harper, Associate Professor of History, will present this presentation which will focus on the dramatic changes that took place in the definition and prosecution of sex crimes in thirteenth-century England. Seating is limited. To reserve a seat please call X2517 prior to February 15.  Vegetarian meals are available.
  • 4 PM Oneonta Peer-led Cancer Support Group, Butternut Valley Room - If you have been touched by cancer in any way, you are welcome here! Presentation: Sara Nelson O’Brien, Author, will speak about her book, The Bald Headed, Tattooed, Motorcycle Mama’s Devotional Guide: For Women Battling Cancer and Those Who Love Them
  • 5:30 PM Film Club General Body Meeting, SCHUMACHER 102 - Get involved with our student productions, outside opportunities, workshops and more! Every Wednesday at 5:30pm in SCHUMACHER 102.ofc@oneonta.edu
  • 5:30 PM Habitat for Humanity Meeting! IRC 9 - Come join Habitat for Humanity for their bi-weekly meetings! Hope to see you there!
  • 6 PM Free CPR & AED Training, Little Theater - 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 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. This course does not meet standards for Lifeguarding, nursing, athletic trainers or coaches. Need a different course? No problem! We have Basic Life Support
  • 7 PM Bouldering Wall Open Climb, Ford Hall - A limited number of climbing shoes will be available on a first come, first serve basis but you can climb in sneakers or running shoes if you’d like. If you don’t live in Ford Hall the entrance for climbing is the back door to the building, directly opposite of Grant Hall. You will be expected to present your SUNY Oneonta ID card to gain access to the building. A climbing instructor will be on hand to assist you in developing your skills or you can climb on your own. This weekly opportunity is free and everyone is welcome to attend.
Thursday 2/18

Coffee with the President

Catholic Coffee Hour

Transfers Take the LEAD: Career Development Center's Top 5

GEARS General Body Meetings

Sigma Delta Tau's Second Annual Walk for Women for Women International

B.A.S.I.C. Meeting

List of Events
  • 9 AM LEAD@Oneonta Drop-In Hour, 220 Hunt College Union
  • 9 AM Coffee with the President, Atrium - A complimentary beverage from Seasons Café will be offered to all who join this campus conversation with Dr. Kleniewski.
  • 11 AM Release Your Words Fundraiser, Hunt Union
  • 12:15 PM Catholic Coffee Hour, Starbucks in Hunt Union - We will discuss the weekend’s upcoming readings. All are welcome!
  • 4 PM Transfers Take the LEAD: Career Development Center's Top 5, Butternut Valley, Hunt Union - There are so many facets of the Career Development Center, how are you supposed to know them all? Join Cassandra Mullinnex as she explains the Top 5 things you need to know in order to be successful after graduation! February 18 at 4pm, Butternut Valley, Hunt Union. LEAD Credit Offered.
  • 6 PM GEARS General Body Meetings, Susquehanna room - We're a club set up to communicate and advocate for gender equality
  • 6 PM Sigma Delta Tau's Second Annual Walk for Women for Women International, Hunt Union Ballroom, SUNY Oneonta - Women for Women International is an organization dedicated to educating and improving the lives of women in war-torn countries.
  • 7 PM B.A.S.I.C. Meeting, CME (Lee) Hall - We are a Christian group on campus and we meet every Thursday for music, games, worship, and fellowship. Come join us!
  • 8 PM Free CPR & AED Training, Little Theater
Friday 2/19




Secret In their Eyes


List of Events
  • 11 AM Release Your Words Fundraiser, Mills Dining Hall
  • 4 PM Biology Department Seminar: fish parasites and species boundaries, Science I Room 121 or 313 - Presented by Dr. Florian Reyda, SUNY Oneonta Biology Department
  • 6:30 PM Secret In their Eyes- Film, Red Dragon Theatre, Hunt Union - Taken from IMDb: "A tight-knit team of rising investigators, along with their supervisor, is suddenly torn apart when they discover that one of their own teenage daughters has been brutally murdered." 
  • 7:30 PM Nathaniel Dett Chorale, Ballroom - The Nathaniel Dett Chorale is Canada’s first professional choral group dedicated to Afrocentric music of all styles, including classical, spiritual, gospel, jazz, folk and blues, and was named in honor of the late-19th-century composer and musicologist Nathanial Dett. The Nathaniel Dett Chorale’s mission is to build bridges of understanding, appreciation, and acceptance among communities of people, Afrocentric and other, by uniting its audiences in a love of Afrocentric choral music, and by creating an understanding of the complex roots of this music.
  • 9 PM Secret In their Eyes- Film, Red Dragon Theatre, Hunt Union
Saturday 2/20

SUNY OnMark Salt Rinse

Secret In their Eyes

Yule Ball 2016

List of Events
  • 10 AM Alpha Psi Omega Welcome Event, Fine Arts 103 - Welcome the new members of APO with games
  • 12 PM SUNY OnMark Salt Rinse, Stewart's - SUNY OnMark will be hosting a salt rinse from 12-3pm. Come by and support OnMark and get your car rinsed off as well!
  • 6:30 PM Secret In their Eyes- Film, Red Dragon Theatre, Hunt Union
  • 8 PM Yule Ball 2016, Ballroom, Hunt Union, SUNY Oneonta - Harry Potter Club presents the fifth annual Yule Ball! Join us for a night full of dancing delicious Harry Potter themed treats and mocktails, live performances by Pitch Slapped and the Chamber Singers, a magician, activities such as ornament decorating, snowflake making, a photo booth, herbology class, and wizard's chess. This is a formal event. All proceeds go toward Reading is Fundamental- America's largest non-profit promoting literacy in children.
  • 9 PM Secret In their Eyes- Film, Red Dragon Theatre, Hunt Union
Sunday 2/21

Secret In their Eyes

List of Events

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