Lindsey Plummer '12, Music major, coordinated University Programming Council's (UPC) involvement in Family Weekend 2010. Lindsey worked with members of UPC to plan, schedule events and create the production schedule for events such as Snakes Alive, Segway Tours, Clearly You Crystals and Photo Magnets. Be sure to stop by "Family Adventure" this Saturday in the Clock Tower Quad to experience all of Lindsey's hard work first hand.
For more information on how to get involved with University Programming Council, contact Robert Cooper, Director of Student Activities
LANE RENOVATION UPDATE:
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Asst. Director of Production Services
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& Civic Engagement
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We are located in Tawes Hall & The Braddock House
YOUR GUIDE TO CAMPUS EVENTS & OPPORTUNITIES
October 9-15, 2010
OCTOBER 9 - 15, 2010
10/8-9 UPC Featured Fim: Toy Story 3, varies showings at varies locations
10/8 3 on 3 Basketball Benefit Game, 5-9 PM, Cordts Practice Gym
10/8 Bent by Martin Sherman, 7:30 PM, PAC Perry Smith Studio Theater,
$6 Students & 12 General Admission
10/8 Ball in the House, 9 PM, PAC Pealer Recital Hall, FREE
10/9 Clearly You Crystals, 10 AM-4 PM, Tawes Hall 153
10/9 Passport FSU, 10:30 AM-12:30 PM, Various Locations
10/9 Family Picnic at Edgewood, 12-2 PM, Edgewood Commons
10/9 Family Adverntures (Segway Ride), 1-5 PM, FSU Clock Tower Quad
10/9 Snakes Alive w/ Tom Kessenich, 1-4:30 PM, FSU Clock Tower Quad
10/9 Lifehouse, 8:30 PM, Cordts PE Center Main Arena
10/12-13 - Delta Zeta Dental Hygiene Table, 11-2 PM, Tawes Hall
10/13 UPC Creation Station - Stuff a Buddy, 10 AM, Tawes Hall 153, FREE
10/13 Meet the Greeks (NPHC), 7 PM, Leake Room
10/14 Delta Zeta, Womenless Beauty Pagent, 7-10 PM, Dunkle Hall 218
10/15 CES Presents: Maryland Symphony Orchestra, 8 PM, PAC Pealer Recital Hall
*events highligted in red are during Family Weekend (October 8-10)
UPC - University Programming Council CES - Cultural Events Series
More events and opportunities...
|FAMILY WEEKEND |
|Join us in colorful Mountain Maryland for a weekend of fun-filled festivities Click below to learn more!!!!
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 14, 2010 at Noon |
No purchase Nessasary
|UPC Presents: Stuff a Buddy|
October 13, 2010
Tawes Hall 153
Free and open to all FSU students
Come to Tawes Hall on Wednesday and make your own stuffed animal.
Stuff it. Name it. Give it Love.
For more information about Student Activities, contact:
Robert Cooper, Director of Student Activities & Greek Life
301.687.4049 · 129 Tawes Hall
|CULTURAL EVENTS SERIES |
|Maryland Symphony Orchestra |
Featuring Pianist Angela Cheng
October 15, 2010
Performing Arts Center Pealer Recital Hall
FSU Students w/ID: $10
Adults, Under 17 and FSU Employees: $30
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
|Meet the Greeks (NPHC)|
October 13, 2010
7:00 - 9:00PM
Come out and meet Frostburg's own divine nine fraternities and sororities. The fraternities and sororites present will be Alpha phi Alpha (ΑΦΑ), Omega Psi Phi (ΩΨΦ), Phi Beta Sigma (ΦΒΣ), Sigma Gamma Rho (ΣΓΡ) & Iota Phi Theta (ΙΦΘ)
If you are interested in Kappa Alpha Psi or Delta Sigma Theta a sign up sheet will be avalible.
Delta Zeta (ΔΖ) - The Womenless Beauty Pagent
October 14, 2010
7:00 - 10:00PM
Admission: $2, All proceeds benefit The American Cancer Society
Everyone in the audience will be entered into a raffle for a gift card
Iota Phi Theta (ΙΦΘ) Presents : Iota Week
October 17-23, 2010
Times and place vary
10/17 - 3 on 3 basketball Tournament, $20 entry fee applies.
1st place takes half of the cash intake.
10/18 - Forum: Gangs vs Greeks, 8:05PM, Tawes 156
10/19 - Step Exhibition, 5:00PM, Echo Circle
10/21 - Open Mic Night, 8:05PM, Tawes Hall 153
10/22 - Green Dance, 10:00 PM - 2:00 AM, Practice Gym (Also sponsered by Sigma Gamma Rho and Alpha Phi Alpha)
Alpha Signa Tau (ΑΣΤ)
October 20, 2010
Help support the ladies of Alpha Sigma Tau by purchasing your lunch or dinner at Pizza Hut. When you do tell them that you would like your order to go for Alpha Sigma Tau or AST!
Phi Mu Delta (ΦΜΔ) Presents : Fall Fest
October 29, 2010
7:00 - 9:00PM
FREE & Open to the public
Come and enjoy a night of fright as the brothers of Phi Mu Delta scare you with a haunted house and other halloween activites!
Sigma Gamma Rho (ΣΓΡ) Presents: SGRho Week
November 8th - 12th, 2010
Time and place varies
11/8 Self Defence, 9:00PM, Practice Gym
11/9 Sigma Showcase, 8:30PM, Practice Gym
For more information about Greek Life, contact:
Jamie Winters, Asst. Director of Student Activities & Greek Life
301.687.7398 · 130 Tawes Hall
|Leadership & Civic Engagement|
|Alternative Break meeting |
October 13, 2010
Tawes Hall 156
On Wednesday, October 13th in Tawes 156 the Office of Leadership & Civic Engagement will be holding an informational meeting about Alternative Breaks from 4-5 pm and will be offering FREE PIZZA for all who attend. This year we have exciting news for those interested in going on an alternative break. Not only has our office partnered with the Leadership Minor to offer students 1-4 academic credits for their experience, but we also have money to help pay for trips! Our office will serve as a resource for where students could go, best practices for these trips, and we'll be highlighting the structure for how leadership is incorporated into these vital experiences. Our ultimate goal is to help individuals, student organizations and their advisers to thrive by ensuring this opportunity is based around the essential components of a successful experience: a predeparture orientation, training, reflection, and a reorientation once they come back.
SO COME OUT, LEARN MORE, AND GET ACTIVE!!!
For more information about
Office of Leadership and Civic Engagement, contact:
Amy Shaffer, Director of Leadership and Civic Engagement
301.687.4210 · Braddock House