|Your guide to events and opportunities at FSU |
September 10-17, 2010
9/10 UPC Featured Film: Sex and the City 2, 8:00 PM, Tawes Hall 232, FREE
9/10 Delta Zeta Sorority Recruitment, 8:00 - 9:00 PM, FREE
9/10 Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority Recruitment, 9:00 - 10:00 PM, FREE
9/11 UPC Featured Film: Sex and the City 2, 8:00 PM, Tawes Hall 232, FREE
9/10 Alpha Sigma Alpha, 7:00 - 8:00 PM, Upper Quad, FREE
9/13 Alpha Sigma Alpha, 7:00 - 8:00 PM, 191 Welsh Hill Commons Apt 58, FREE
9/13 Kappa Beta Gamma, 8:00 - 9:15 PM, Tawes 208, FREE
9/14 Alpha Sigma Alpha, 7:00 - 8:15 PM, Library 237, FREE
9/14 Alpha Sigma Alpha, 8:00 - 9:00 PM, Dunkle 219, FREE
9/14 Alpha Sigma Tau, 9:00 - 10:00 PM, COB, FREE
9/15 Alpha Sigma Tau, 8:00 - 9:00 PM, COB, FREE
9/16 Kappa Beta Gamma, 8:00 - 9:00 PM, Library 237, FREE
9/16 CES: Step Afrika!, 9:00 PM, FSU Performing Arts Center Drama Theatre, FREE for Students
9/17 Bid Day Unveiling, 5:00 - 6:00 PM, Upper Quad
9/17 UPC Live After 5 at the Lyric, 8:00 PM Lyric Building, FREE
9/17 UPC Featured Film: Get Him to the Greek, 8:00 PM, Dunkle 218, FREE
CES - Cultural Events Series, UPC - University Programming Council
More FSU events....
UPC Featured Film: Sex and the City 2Thursday, Friday & SaturdaySeptember 9, 10 & 11, 2010
Free and open to the public
Follow the four best friends; Carrie, Miranda, Samantha & Charlotte as they tackle their next adventure along with work, life and love. Catch up with other characters like Mr. Biggs, Charlotte's children and more. On top of all that you get great fashion and a great movie!!!
Julia Butterfly Hill
September 14, 2010
FSU Performing Arts Center Pealer Recital Hall
Book sale & signing preceding talk
Free and open to the public
environmentalist . poet . writer . educator . speaker
Julia Lorraine Butterfly Hill, founder of the nonprofit organization Circle of Life, earned international fame as an environmental activist by protecting an old-growth forest in Northern California from clear-cutting by a logging company. To prevent the logging, she lived in one of the trees, a 1,000 year-old redwood that was named Luna, for 738 days until an agreement was reached with the pacific Lumber Company. Hill is the author of the national best-seller, "Legacy a Luna," and the co-author of "One Makes the Difference," both published by Harper Collins. The subject of the 2000 documentary "Butterfly," Hill is also featured in another documentary, "tree-sit: The Art of Resistance," both chronicling her time in the redwood tree.
To date, Hill is the youngest person ever elected to the Ecology Hall of Frame and was named by John F. Kennedy Jr. in George Magazine as one of the 20 most influential women in politics.
See more about Julia Butterfly Hill on YouTube!
For more information contact Ann Townsell at 301.687.7794
Sponsored by the Office of the President, Student and Educational services, University Programming Council, and the Learning Green/Living Green Committee.
UPC Presents: Poetry SlamWednesdaySeptember 15, 2010
8:00 PMTawes Hall 156
Free & Open to the Public
Come and join UPC and members of the FSU community as we enjoy a night of poetry and spoken word!!
UPC Live at the LyricLive Bands!Friday
September 17, 2010
8:00 PMLyric Building ( Main Street)
Free & Open to the Public
UPC would like to introduce to you a new segment in the line up. UPC Live at the Lyric is where students can come to listen to different bands perform and chill with friends. So come out and enjoy a great time of music and fun!!
Wanna go to Pittsburgh?
UPC Special Events Presents: Pittsburgh Pirates Game
September 18, 2010
Are you a Pirates fan!!! Or would you like to enjoy a day in Pittsburgh, PA!!
UPC invites you and your friends to come and join them as they travel to Pittsburgh for a day of fun . Travel to see the many sites, shop or enjoy a Pirates game
The bus will depart from FSU Performing Arts Center Parking Lot at NOON.
Click the picture to learn more about the Pittsburgh Pirates!
For more information contact Robert Cooper at 301.687.4049
How about a movie?
UPC Featured Film:
Get Him to the Greek
Friday & Saturday
September 17 & 18, 2010
Dunkle Hall 218
Jonah Hill and Russell Brand reunite with the director of Forgetting Sarah Marshall
in this outrageous comedy about Aaron Green (Hill), an aspiring music
executive, who has 72 hours to deliver the wild rock legend, Aldous
Snow (Brand), from London to Los Angeles for a comeback concert. In
order to keep his job, Aaron must navigate a minefield of mayhem and
debauchery to get Snow to the world famous Greek Theatre on time! From
the producer of Knocked Up and Superbad comes the movie that's "a raucous, rowdy good time" (Ty Burr, The Boston Globe). (gethimtothegreek.net)
For more information about Student ActivitiesRobert "Coop" Cooper
I Campus Center at Tawes Hall 129 I 301.687.4049
Director of Student ActivitiesWebsite
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Two Tickets to Pittsburgh!!!
No purchase necessary.
Tickets are courtesy of University Programming Council
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||Student Government Association |
Student Government Association
Why are we here?
· To bridge the gap between students and administration
· To help unify the campus
· To push for more student involvement
· To support other organizations
· To raise school spirit
· TO ANSWER STUDENTS NEEDS
The Student Government Association is here to provide all this and more for the student community. We welcome all students to stop by our office in Tawes Rm. 137. Tell us what you want to see on campus, how you feel about our school, and what ideas you have to improve this great campus! If you don't tell us then who will? Make the change, Make your mark; this is your campus as well as ours.
Isn't time you said something?
Would you like to be a member of the Student Government Association?
Monday & Tuesday
September 13 & 14, 2010
Tawes Hall 137
Interviews will be held for the following positions:
On Campus Senator
Off Campus Senator
If you are interested call or stop in the SGA Office
(137 Tawes, 301-687-4304) to set your appointment. Interviews will be
held Monday, Sept. 13 and Tuesday, Sept. 14 beginning at 5:00 pm. You
must call or stop in ahead of time to set an appointment.
Saferide offers a safe alternative to walking home alone or driving late at night to the students of Frostburg. Saferide runs Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights from 10:00 pm until 2:30 am. and will pick you up and take you home, FOR FREE, as long as it is within the Frostburg city limits. Just call 301-687-RIDE (7433).
The Saferide program is a totally student run program. It is completely non-judgmental. Saferide also gives FSU recognized organizations the opportunity to earn some money by volunteering for the program.
For more information contact Ian Spears, Saferide President
For more informationKathi Perkins I Campus Center at Tawes Hall I 301.687.4304
Student Government Association
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Lane University center is looking for experienced Tech Crew members. If
you have prior lighting, sound, or event management experience please
email Rob Webber for an application.
Frostburg Catering: Pit Time!
FACULTY & STAFF ONLY
September 15, 2010
11:00 AM - 1:30 PM
Clocktower (Tawes 153 if it rains)
$6 for Faculty & Staff (cash only)
to the Clocktower this coming Wednesday to enjoy pit beef, pit turkey,
vegetarian sausage, chips, soda, apples & cookies with your fellow
faculty and staff members!
For more informationRob Webber
I Campus Center at Tawes Hall 129A I 301.687.7084
Director of the Lane University Center & Lyric BuildingWebsite
||Leadership & Civic Engagement |
Turn out the lights every Thursday from 12:00 Noon - 1:00 PM
For more informationAmy Shaffer
Director of the Office of Leadership & Civic Engagement
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Two free student tickets to
No purchase necessary. Tickets are courtesy of Cultural Events Series.
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September 16, 2010
FSU Performing Arts Center Drama Theatre
Tickets: FSU Student FREE, General Public $10
Get ready to raise the roof as Step Afrika! the first professional company in the world dedicated to the tradition of stepping, will bring down the house with its high-energy performance. The art of step dancing is a mix of body percussion and poetry slam and has been popular among the African-American fraternity and sorority circuit for decades, The body is used as an instrument to produce unique rhythms through tightly choreographed footsteps, claps and spoken word. You will be amazed as performers mix traditions found in dances from Africa with contemporary moves. Celebrating over 15 years, the Washington, D.c.-based Step Afrika! has performed in concert halls around the world and has been featured on CNN, BET, PBS, and NPR. Step up, watch and celebrate this high-energy and unique cultural art form.
Presented with: Black Student Alliance & Univeristy Progamming Council
ENTER TO WIN 2 FREE STUDENT TICKETS TO STEP AFRIKA!!
DIRECT FROM RENT -
ADAM PASCAL AND ANTHONY RAPP LIVE!
Saturday, September 25, 2010
Pealer Recital Hall, Performing Arts Center
FSU Student tickets: $10
of the original stars of the Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning
musical "Rent" will bring Broadway straight to Frostburg! Adam Pascaland Anthony Rapp will present a pop/rock concert celebrating their
individual musical careers, as well as sing hit songs and share stories
from Jonathan Larson's ground-breaking musical. Pascal originated the
role of Roger Davis in "Rent," the struggling HIV-positive musician,
for which he landed a Tony Award nomination. After playing Roger in the
West End premiere of the show, Pascal returned to Broadway with lead
roles in Tim Rice and Elton John's "Aida" and Sam Mendes and Rob
Marshall's "Cabaret" at Studio 54. Rapp is best known for his role as
Mark Cohen, the documentary filmmaker and narrator of "Rent." His other
Broadway credits include "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" and the
play "Six Degrees of Separation." Rapp also penned the book "Without
You: A Memoir of Love, Loss and the Musical 'Rent,'" which he adapted
into a one-man show. Both Pascal and Rapp revived their stage roles for
the 2005 movie version of "Rent" and recently starred in the show's
ARTS FOR ENRICHMENT - RIOULT MASTER CLASS
September 27, 2010
Cordts PE Center Dance Studio, Room 106
dancers present a master class that will engage the imagination and
encourage using the body as a means of expressing creativity. The
master class will stimulate creative problem solving and cognitive
skills and enhance communication and discipline. Space is limited.
Intermediate and Advanced dancers can make reservations by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or 301.687.7420.
September 28, 2010
FSU Performing Arts Center
FSU Student tickets: $3
RIOULT us a leading company in the world of modern dance, under the direction of Pascal Rioult, who has been called "perhaps the most adept and courageous choreographer in mainstream modern dance today". When Rioult came to the United States from France
Click the picture to learn more about RIOULT!
For more information about Cultural Events Series
Mary Jane Plummer I Campus Center at Tawes Hall 128A I 301.687.3137
Director of Cultural Events Series
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|Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fall Rush
September 6-18, 2010
Are you interested in being GREEK! Are you interested in the brothers of Sigma Alpha Epsilon? Then come out and meet the brothers of Sigma Alpha Epsilon (ΣΑΕ) during their Fall Rush 2010. The Brothers of ΣΑΕ are about brotherhood, leadership, scholarship & fun. If you like those qualities then come to their Fall Rush events to see what they are all about.
Their schedule is as follows:
Friday Sept 10th
- 4 square in the Upper Quad @ 5:00PMSaturday Sept 11th
- School Yard Games @ 156 Spring Street 6:00PMSunday Sept 12th
- Football Feast / 4 Square Challenge @ 156 Spring Street (Warn's Lane) 1:00PMMonday Sept 13th
- Volleyball at Annapolis Hall 5:00PM & Brotherhood Dinner @ 156 Spring Street 7:00PMTuesday Sept 14th
- Ultimate Frisbee in the Upper Quad 5:30PMWednesday Sept 15th
- Spades/4 square @ 156 Spring Street (Warn's Lane) 7:00PMThursday Sept 16th
- Poker Night ($50 Prize awarded) @ 156 Spring Street Time:TBAFriday Sept 17th
- Preference Night (INVITE ONLY)Saturday Sept 18th
- Bid Day (INVITE ONLY)
For more information, contact Evan Kullberg @ 240-393-2249
On Facebook SAE FrostburgPi Lambda Phi Fall 2010 Recruitment
at Yale University in 1895, Pi Lambda Phi was the first non-sectarian
fraternity in the United States, accepting men of good character
without regard to race or religion. Today, Pi Lambda Phi chapters at
colleges and universities in the United States and Canada cultivate
communities that promote academics, leadership, social skills, and
lifelong fraternal bonds. Pi Lambda Phi men build skills that will help
them succeed in their post-graduate endeavors in an environment free
from hazing, drugs and alcohol abuse.
Their schedule is as follows:
Friday, Sept 10th - Get to know a Brother night @ 201 Ext. Bowery Street @ 8:00 PM
Sunday, Sept 12th - Football night! ( Games for different teams will be available) @ 6:00 PM
Monday, Sept 13th - Chill Day! Hang with the brothers, and do different activities @ 6:00 PM
Tuesday, Sept 14th - Movie Night @ 201 Ext. Bowery Street @ 7:00 PM
Wednesday, Sept 15th - Dinner with the Brothers @ 6:00 PM
*For all of these events the brothers will meet at 201 Ext Bowery Street, and then depart to the event.
For any questions regarding the schedule please contact:Tom Adams
@ 240.291.7658John Adams
@ 240.329.6070Michael Maras
@ 240.434.1447Alpha Phi Omega
Alpha Phi Omega is a national, co-ed service fraternity that has set the standard for college campus-based volunteerism since 1925. For more information about the Alpha Phi Omega chapter here at Frostburg State University visit their website.
Their Fall 2010 Rush schedule is as follows:Sunday, Sept 12
- Soccer with the Brothers. Meet them in front of the Library at 3 PMMonday, Sept 13
- Meet & Greet: Cafe with the Brothers. Meet at the Chesapeake Dining Hall at 5 PMTuesday, Sept 14
- Field Games. Meet in the Upper Quad at 4 PMWednesday, Sept 15
- Wounded Warrior Card Making Night. Meet in Tawes Hall 153 at 8 PMThursday, Sept
16 - APO Info & Game Night. Meet at the Echo Circle at 7 PMFriday, Sept 17
- Mt. Savage Firehouse. Meet At Campus Police Parking lot at 3 PMFriday, Sept 17
- Campus Clean Up. Meet at the Echo Circle at 4:30 PMFriday, Sept 17
- Popcorn and a Movie Night. Meet outside of Cambridge Hall at 8 PMSaturday, Sept 18
- Appalachian Festival. Meet in the Upper Quad at 9 AM
For more information contact Mark FreemanDelta Sigma Pi Fall Recruitment
Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the
study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship, social
activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement
by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation between the
commercial world and students of commerce, and to further a higher
standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial
welfare of the community.
Founded on November 7, 1907 Delta Sigma Pi is the largest co-ed international Business Fraternity.
To learn more about the Omicron Chi Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi here at Frostburg State University come and meet the Brothers on Monday September 13th in Framptom 302 at 8 PM. (Food will be provided)
*You must be a Business Major
in order to be considered.
For more information and/or questions please contact Dominque TyndleFor more information about Greek LifeJamie Winters
I Campus Center at Tawes Hall 130 I 301.687.7398
Asst. Director of Student ActivitiesWebsite
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