Asia Taylor '11
would like to recognize the Cultural Events Series marketing intern
Asia Taylor for her outstanding commitment to the Department of Student and Community Involvement. Asia, a senior Mass Communications major
here at Frostburg State University, is responsible for producing and
editing promotional and archival videos for the Cultural Events Series
and coordinating the Cultural Events Series social media marketing in
an ongoing effort to brand CES amongst the student body here at FSU.
Asia is a member of the Presidents Leadership Council and an active
participant and leader in student life. Asia, along with other members,
is developing her leadership skills and
serving as an ambassador for the University. Asia recently competed in
a networking challenge with international students.Congratulations Asia on your acknowledgement! |
more information on internship opportunities with the Cultural Events
Series, please contact Mary Jane Plummer.
|TWILIGHT & |
NEW MOON DVDs
Maya Jones '13
Be sure an enter this week's giveaway for
LANE RENOVATION UPDATE:
The Derezinski Lounge will boast an 82" Plasma TV and a gas fireplace has arrived for installation in the Game Room. |
Rose Trimper '11
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STUDENT & COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT STAFF|
Student & Community Involvement
Missy Russell Martz
Graphics, Web & Social Media
Cultural Events Series
Mary Jane Plummer
Asst. Director of Production Services
Lane University Center
Information Center Manager
& Civic Engagement
& Greek Life
We are located in Tawes Hall & The Braddock House
YOUR GUIDE TO CAMPUS EVENTS & OPPORTUNITIES
October 1-8, 2010
Dive in and see all the great events
FSU has to offer you this week. Be sure to invite the family to visit FSU for Family Weekend, October 8-10.
Get out there and get involved,Robert Cooper
Director of Student Activities
OCTOBER 1 - 8, 2010
10/2 UPC Featured Film: Twilight Saga: Eclipse, 8 PM, Tawes Hall 232
10/4 Unity Day - Wear Green to promote UNITY!!
10/4 LASO Presents: The Cuban Guy, 8 PM, Leake Room
10/5 BSA Forum: "There Goes the Neighborhood," 8-10 PM, Dunkle 218
10/6 BSA Forum: "America vs. Homosexuality", 8-10 PM, Tawes Hall 232
10/7 Tim Wise Diversity Speaker, 7 PM, Cordts PE Center Main Arena (Doors Open at 6:30 PM)
10/8 Unity Week Field Day (Outdoor Games), Upper Quad,
10/8 - 10/10 - Family Weekend, Campus Wide
UPC - University Programming Council LASO - Latin American Student Organization
BSA - Black Student Alliance
More events and opportunities...
|FAMILY WEEKEND - Oct. 8-10|
|Join us in colorful Mountain Maryland for a weekend of fun-filled festivities during Family Weekend 2010
October 9, 2010
Tickets range from $10-$40
Lifehouse, an alternative band from L.A., will appear on the CES stage in a special Family Weekend concert. The group released its smash debut No Name Face in 2000, and since then, Jason Wade, Ricky Woolstenhulme Jr., Bryce Soderberg and Ben Carey have built on that initial success. With a formidable online presence - video streams are at 70 million - Lifehouse has delicately balanced two identities: song craftsmen and raucous rock-and-roll band. On the forthcoming Smoke and Mirrors, the band finally unites these personalities in an album loosely split between tracks that capture a live performance and catchy pop songs. Not only that, it feels as if they're doing it for the first time -"It's our fifth album but I feel like we're just starting as a band," explains Soderberg.
To purchase tickets, call 1.866.TIXX.CES (1.866.849.9237) or 301.687.3137 or online at ces.frostburg.edu.
Ball in the House
SaturdayOctober 8, 2010
9 PMPealer Recital Hall, Performing Arts CenterFree & Open to the Public The sounds of Motown performed by Ball in the House, a tour de force of vocal sound that must be heard and seen to be believed. This five-man, pop/R and B "mouth band" hails from Boston, Massachusetts and was originally formed as a quartet by founder and current vocal percussionist Jon J. Ball in the House has gone through numerous phases and changes on its way to becoming one of the best-known and most-loved acts in the acappella community today. Ball in the House on
Enter before October 7, 2010 at Noon |
No purchase Nessasary
|STUDENT ACTIVITIES |
|UPC Featured Film: |
Friday & Saturday
October 1 & 2, 2010
Tawes Hall 232
In Eclipse, Bella once again finds herself surrounded by danger as Seattle is ravaged by a string of mysterious killings and a malicious vampire continues her quest for revenge. In the midst of it all, she is forced to choose between her love for Edward and her friendship with Jacob -- knowing that her decision has the potential to ignite the struggle between vampire and werewolf. With her graduation quickly approaching, Bella is confronted with the most important decision of her life. Written by Summit Entertainment .
The Cuban Guy
October 4, 2010
Cordts PE Center Leake Room
Homeless at 16.....Millionaire at 26.
He's the author of several international-selling books including "Inspire The Sleeping Giant Within" which is published in Korea, Africa, and USA; "How To Stay Motivated During Difficult Times" and "The Finish Line" He has appeared in famous radio shows and been featured in countless news papers all around the country. He's currently the CEO of A. Success Training, former president of Inspiration Magazine, and a national known speaker. His messages reach millions every week in 33 countries around the globe through his site at www.TheCubanGuy.com. But what inspires his audiences the most is that he has accomplished all that by the age of 24.
Yet, not everything came on a silver spoon for him. You see, at the age of 16 he escaped from Cuba. He arrived to America not knowing a word of English, without his parents, without any money, and was even homeless for a while. How was he able to turn his life around? How did he go from living his worst nightmare (living on the streets) to living his dream? What inspired him? What had him succeed in spite of all his challenges? That's what he reveals in his speeches.
Black Student Alliance & Diversity Center Presents:
Tim Wise - Colorblind: The Rise of Post-Racial Politics and the Retreat from Racial Equity
October 7, 2010
Doors open at 6:30 PM, event begins at 7:00 PM
Cordts PE Center Main Arena
In his presentation for Diversity Week at FSU, Tim Wise will discuss the pitfalls of "colorblindness," urging color-consciousness in public and private practices. Wise argues that we cannot move toward social and economic equity until we acknowledge the diverse identities that have shaped our perceptions and the ongoing role of race in the maintenance of disparities between whites and people of color in the United States. Wise has spoken in 49 states and on over 500 college campuses. He received his B.A. from Tulane University and anti-racism training from the People's Institute for Survival and Beyond in New Orleans. His published works include "Between Barack and a Hard Place: Racism and White Denial in the Age of Obama" (City Lights) and "Speaking Treason Fluently: Anti-Racist Reflections From an Angry White Male" (Soft Skull Press).
For more information about Student Activities, contact:
Robert Cooper, Director of Student Activities & Greek Life
301.687.4049 · 129 Tawes Hall
This week only
SPIN TO WIN!FREE FRISBEES, CANDY, STICKERS! and a Chance to Win
2 Lifehouse tickets plus
a Large Gianni's Pizza
Tawes Hall 153 ~ 9:00 AM-3:00 PM
|CULTURAL EVENTS SERIES |
MARYLAND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Featuring Pianist Angela Cheng
October 15, 2010
Performing Arts Center Pealer Recital Hall
The critically acclaimed Maryland Symphony Orchestra will return to FSU with special guest pianist Angela Cheng. Under the artistic leadership of Music Director Elizabeth Schulze, the MSO is Western Maryland's premier professional orchestra and is currently in its 29th season. The program will include works from Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 4 and Schubert's Symphony No. 9, featuring Cheng. A resident of Canada, Cheng has been heralded for her "brilliant technique," has performed with countless symphonies across North America, and has released several classical CDs to glowing reviews. She was a Gold Medal winner at the Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Masters Competition, as well as the first Canadian to win the prestigious Montreal International Piano Competition. For her outstanding interpretations of Mozart, Cheng was honored with the Medal of Excellence at the Mozarteum in Salzburg.
For more information about Cultural Events Series, contact:
Mary Jane Plummer, Director of Cultural Events Series
|GREEK LIFE |
|Delta Omicron (ΔΟ)|
Delta Omicron is an international music fraternity whos purpase is to create and foster fellowship through music.
The members of Delta Omicron here at Frostburg State Univerisity would like to invite you to the following events:
Every Thursday - Greek Tutoring - 8:00 PM, 2nd Floor of the Library
10/4 - Probationary Member Recital - 8:00 PM in Pealer Recital Hall
11/20 Semi-Formal - 8:00 PM; Dry Social Event, all are welcome; $10/person
11/22 - Fall Concert "Rocks For A Cure"- 8:00 PM; canned goods or money donation for Relay for Life
For more information about Greek Life, contact:
Jamie Winters, Asst. Director of Student Activities & Greek Life
301.687.7398 · 130 Tawes Hall