Student and Community Involvement's Guide to Events and Opportunities
 Your Guide to Events & Opportunities at FSU
October 6, 2009 
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Sara Evans wows the Family Weekend crowd.

Taping the floor
Taping the floor signage down is just one of the many jobs in preparing for the concert.

You haven't seen anything 'til you've saw Delta Zeta work as a team to break down chairs after a concert. DZ is one well-oiled machine.

It takes more than DZ though! It takes a whole Family Weekend crew.

From moving rugs...

to moving out sound...

Working on the stage lights

UPC is colorful!

Face painting on Family Weekend

Echostars are all smiles

Regina Carter, jazz violinist

Waterstreet performs

Thumbs up from Sigma Tau Gamma!

Danielle and Fran ham it up for the camera!

Nicholas Mitchel and Jeanean Barley hanging out in the Lane Center

Alpha Phi Omega having a bake sale in Compton Science Center

Reginald Mack preparing for the Art Show

FSU students in line to get their name on a piece of rice

LaWanda Lewis, enjoying Frostburg weather

Zach Dodge making his music

 Student Activities

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6-8 > Jail Bail, 10 AM- Noon, LUC
7 > UPC Creation Station: T-Shirt Creation, 10 AM - 2 PM, LUC, FREE
7 >  Lindsey Goodman, Flute, 3 PM, PAC, FREE
8-10 > " The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940", 7:30 PM, PAC, Admission
8 > UPC Bingo Night, 8 PM- 10 PM, ARMAH, Food will be provided, FREE
9 >  CES Maryland Symphony Orchestra, 8 PM, PAC, FREE
10  > Men & Women as Allies Training, 12 PM - 5 PM, LUC Rm 201
11  > FSU Wind Ensemble, 3 PM, PAC,Admission
11  > Bare Eye Astronomy , 4 PM & 7 PM, Tawes 302
12  > SSS Program : Smashed, Sex, & Sleep, 7 PM. Edgewood
13 > Altar Boys Musical - Dinner Theatre, 5:30 PM, LUC ARMAH, $5
14 > Mentalist Robert Channing, 8 PM, LUC ARMAH, FREE
16 > Career Expo, 9 AM, LUC
18 > Bare Eye Astronomy, 4 PM & 7 PM, Tawes 302
20 > ROCKBAND Tournament, 4 PM - 11 PM, LUC
21 > Majors Fairs, 11 AM - 3 PM, LUC, FREE
22-24 > Fall Dance Concert, Drama Theatre,Admission
25 > Bare Eye Astronomy, 4 PM & 7 PM, Tawes 302
25 > UPC Off-Campus Trip: Renaissance Festival, 8 AM- 8 PM, PAC parking lot, Admission
27 > Perception IQ, 7:30 PM, Dunkle 218
27 > Vocal Studio Recital: Freshmen & Sophomores, 8 PM, PAC, FREE
29 > Vocal Studio Recital: Juniors & Seniors, 8 PM, PAC, FREE
30 > UPC Lecturer Ross Allison, Ghost Hunter, 8 PM- 10 PM, ARMAH, FREE


Legend: ARMAH - Alice R. Manicur Assembly Hall, CES - Cultural Events Series, LUC -  Lane University Center, PAC - Performing Arts Center, UPC - University Programming Council,
Creation Station:
T-Shirt Creation
Sponsored by University Programming Council

Wednesday, October 7 ~ 10am-2pm
Lane University Center Lobby


Come out and put your mark on your own T-shirt design. There is limited amount of t-shirts for this event.

UPC Off Campus Trip:
Renaissance Festival

For more info, contact Robert Cooper, Director of Student Activities
301.687.4049 I 237 Lane University Center
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 Student Government Association
Meet your SGA Senators
Anna Patron - On Campus Senator

Hi, my name is Anna and I am a junior on-campus senator. I was involved with student government in my high school days and wanted  to ge involved at the collegiate level- I like meeting new people and feeling as though I am making a difference on my own campus. I have been involved with SGA for about two and a half years, and anticipate being on SGA for the rest of my time at Frostburg. I am an excerise and sport science major, and with SGA, I find myself intermingled with variety of people who each have different majors and interests, all providing a myriad of perspectives and points of view. Finding compromise and making sure as many of the students and school needs as possible  are met are just some of the goals that I hope to accomplish while I am on SGA, and open communication is a big part of that. I hope we can work together to create positive change not only for Frostburg, but for Maryland, the entire U.S., and more!
Mary Biscoe - Off Campus Senator 
Hello! My name is Mary Biscoe. I am a sophomore off- campus senator. I am also a sister of Delta Zelta National sorority. I joined SGA in hope of reaching out to the students of Frostburg State University. My goal is to engage the students in what is going on around campus and to get all voices heard on any pertinent topic. The Student Government Association is the voice of the students, and I hope by the end of my term as senator to have an impact, in some way, on how the voices ae represented. Also, I want it to be known that I am available to hear any issue that is facing our community, no matter how simple or complex it may be. SGA seems to have been standing dormant for the past few years when it comes to reaching out,and this year, we as an organization hope to begin a change toward a more influential organization. The only thing about it is,  we are nothing without YOUR voices and opinions, so please let us know if there is anything we can do for you. That's why we are here and that is why I decided to become a senator! 

For more info, contact Kathi Perkins
301.687.4304 I 222 Lane University Center
 Office of Leadership & Civic Engagement
Students of Strength
Saturday, October 10, 2009 ~ Noon
Lane University Center 201
Join us for a dynamic and interactive training on bystander intervention. Many FSU students have attended this training which educates and prepares students to intervene in social situations that can become dangerous. Spend the afternoon with other FSU students who want to be part of the solution rather than the problem. We'll even provide you with a delicious dinner. You don't want to miss this life-changing training.
Call 301.687.4210 or 301.687.7598 to sign up and reserve a space today. This training fills up quickly, so don't delay.
For more info, contact Office of Leadership & Civic Engagement
301.687.4210 I The Braddock House at 20 Braddock Road
Open M-F 8am-4:30pm
 Cultural Events Series

Uroste MSO 2009Maryland Symphony Orchestra

Friday, October 9 ~ 8:00 pm
PAC Pealer Recital Hall
The highly acclaimed Maryland Symphony Orchestra, now in its 28th season, returns to Frostburg to perform a trio of captivating classical works. The premier professional orchestra of Western Maryland, under the energetic and exuberant direction of Conductor Elizabeth Schulze, will present Tomas Svoboda's "Overture of the Season," Antonin Dvorak's "Symphony No. 6 in D" and Samuel Barber's "Violin Concerto" with special guest violinist Elena Urioste. Recently named by "Symphony" magazine as an emerging artist to watch, Urioste made her debut with the Philadelphia Orchestra at the age of 13 and has been lending her rich tones and commanding stage presence to acclaimed orchestras throughout the U.S. and abroad. Now she is bringing her expertise to the MSO for what will be another memorable event at Frostburg.
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FREE! Arts Outreach: Maryland Symphony Orchestra Prelude
October 9 ~ 7:00 PM

MSO Musical Director Elizabeth Schulze and guest artist Elena Urioste
host an interactive discussion on the evening's musical selections
before the orchestra presents its concert.
Presented in partnership with the Allegany Arts Council.

background ces"Thank You, Gregory!"
A Tribute to the
Legend of Tap
Wednesday, November 4 ~ 7:30 pm
PAC Drama Theatre
Admission: FSU Employee $14, FSU Student $3
 When actor-dancer Gregory Hines passed away in 2003, the world lost one of its most influential ambassadors for the art of tap dancing. "Thank You, Gregory!" is a tribute to Hines and other legendary kings and queens of tap who put their souls into their "soles." The show celebrates such tap-dancing greats as The Nicholas Brothers, Fred Astaire, Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, Ruby Keeler, Ann Miller and Dr. Jimmy Slyde. Eight world-class hoofers, three jazz musicians and multimedia projections and narratives about the history of tap come together to make "Thank You, Gregory!" an entertaining and poignant salute to this great form of dance.
Add a Dinner Club! 
  Arts Outreach: Tap Dance Workshop
October 28 ~
Lane University Center, Alice R. Manicur Assembly Hall

As tap has changed from the "Broadway style" to "rhythm tap" and the
newest "jazz dance," this percussive dance workshop demonstrates how
the "tap dance" has evolved since the early 1900s. Although the
program is free, space is limited and reservations are required.
Hotel accommodations sponsored by Braddock Best Western.

Maryland Symphony Orchestra
Friday, October 9 ~ 8:00 pm ~ $ Tickets Required

Thank you, Gregory! A tribute to the legends of Tap
Wednesday, November 4 ~ 7:30 pm ~ $ Tickets Required 

For more info, contact Cultural Events Series
301.687.3137 I 235 Lane University Center
Lane University Center Box Office open M-F 9am-5pm, Sat. 1-6pm
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 Lane University Center
Lyric BuildingReserve the
Lyric Building

Reserve the Lyric Building beginning October 3. Charges will apply- before 5pm usage fee-market rate plus student labor cost if needed, Friday and Saturday $750, Sunday $600 and Weeknights $450

Construction Fence
will be closing soon

The construction fence surrounding the Lane University Center will remain open until Monday, October 5.
For more info
, contact Rob Webber, Director of the Lane University Center
301.687.7084 I Lane University Center

 Greek Life
Greek LifeMeet the Women of
Alpha Sigma Alpha

Monday September 28, 2009 ~ October 11, 2009
213 Lane University Center

A representative from the National Sorority Alpha Sigma Alpha will be in the Lane University Center to answer any questions you may have about this new colonizing National Sorority or visit them online.
Phi Mu and Alpha Sigma Alpha
Informational Recruitment Event
 Tuesday, October 6, 2009 ~ 5:00 pm
Lane University Center 201
Wednesday, October 7, 2009 ~ 1:00 pm
Lane Univeristy Center 201
Learn what these two new national Sororities have to offer. Learn more about what it means to be a member in a national sorority and the values of each organization.
Lip Sync
Thursday, October 15, 2009 ~ 7:00 pm
Lane University Center, ARMAH
Can you tell who is really singing that song? The organizations are betting you can't. Come watch as students perform to the latest musical entertainers at all time.
Admission is by donation of 2 canned goods per person. All canned goods will be donated to the Western Maryland Food Bank.
All Campus Sing
Firday, October 16,2009 ~ 8:00 pm
Join the ladies of Sigma Alpha Iota as the sponsor a musical talent contest iof your fellow classmates. Come watch as students perform musical numbers for your entertainment.
Admission is FREE.
For more info
, contact Jamie Winters, Asst. Director of Student Activities
301.687.7398 I 213 Lane University Center

Contact Info

Frostburg State University

Student & Community Involvement
101 Braddock Road, Frostburg, MD 21532-2303
301.687.4411 I Robert Cooper I Director of Student Activities