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Brehanna Edwards
Brehanna Edwards '11,
a Business Admistration - Marketing major, serving as a marketing intern for the Social Marketing Team leads the team meetings; builds Constant Contact emails (including SpotlightOnline), polls and surveys; and has stepped up to even photograph events.

For more information on how to get involved with the Social Marketing Team, contact Missy Martz.

Meeting here, meeting there. The new Lane University Center will have seven meeting rooms!
Jonathan Franklin
Jonathan Franklin
Graphic Design

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Brehanna Edwards
Sean Clark

Jennifer Beard
Daniel Meiselman
Victoria Sherman
Rose Trimper

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Whitney Cosby

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Jonathan Franklin
Princess Restaurant
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Kate Nyers

Kate Nyers '12
Business Administration


Student & Community Involvement

William Mandicott
Asst. Vice President
Autumn Brode
Administrative Assistant
Missy Russell Martz
Graphics, Web & Social Media

Cultural Events Series
Mary Jane Plummer
Austin Huot
Asst. Director of Production Services
Donna Briner
Susan Manger
Melanie Moore

Lane University Center
Rob Webber
Karen Reidler
Reservation Specialist
Judy Abbott
Information Center Manager

& Civic Engagement

Amy Shaffer
Patrick O'Brien
Assistant Director
Lisa Clark
Jeff Sellers
Richard Sours

Student Activities
& Greek Life

Robert Cooper
Jamie Winters
Assistant Director

We are located in Tawes Hall & The Braddock House
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Mosaic of Photos
October 16-22, 2010

Frostburg State University may be a small, rural campus, but there are plenty of activities and events happening here to keep you busy.

Enjoy these fine, crisp Fall days with a walk through the colorful, foliage-filled Arboretum.

Check out the bands playing LIVE! at Lyric on October 22. This event is FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. The Lyric is located on Main Street, Frostburg next to FSU's Creative Writing Center.

Get off-campus with a UPC trip to the Baltimore Inner Harbor on October 23.

For more events, check out the University calendar of events.

Get out there and get involved,
Robert Cooper
Director of Student Activities

OCTOBER 16-22, 2010

10/18 Spring Fest Meeting, 8 PM, Tawes Hall 232
10/18 Alpha Phi Omega (APO) Bake Sale, 10-4 PM, Tawes Hall
10/21 Delta Omicron (DO) Bake Sale, 10-4 PM, Tawes Hall
10/22 Live @ The Lyric, 8 PM, Lyric Building on Main Street
10/23 Inner Harbor trip, ALL DAY, Baltimore MD -$15 per person
10/25 Storybook Elves Workshop, 3:30 PM, Framptom 205
10/28 Frostburg Halloween Parade, 6:30 PM, Main Street

More events and opportunities...
 2 tickets to the
Baltimore Inner Harbor Trip

Enter before Thursday, October 21, 2010 at Noon 
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Student Activities
Fall FestSpring Fest Meeting
October 18, 2010
Tawes 232
8:00 PM

Come and give your input and ideas for Spring Feast 2011. Great ideas equals a great time in the spring.

Inner Harbor Trip
Baltimore Harbor
October 23, 2010
10:00 AM

Baltimore MD
$15 per person

Come along for the ride and experince all of the different actvites offered at the Baltimore inner harbor. The bus will be departing form the PAC parking lot at 10am. The cost is $15 per person and your ticket can be purchsed at the Information desk in Tawes Hall.

For more information about Student Activities, contact:
Robert Cooper, Director of Student Activities & Greek Life
301.687.4049  129 Tawes Hall

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Cultural Events Series
Maryland Symphony Orchestra
Featuring Pianist Angela Cheng
October 15, 2010
8:00 PM
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

Leadership & Civic Engagement
Relay Banner
Relay for Life Kickoff Meeting & Purple Day

November 1, 2010
7:00 PM
Dunkle Hall 218

All participants are welcome. Please send at least 2 representatives from each team. (One of which should be the team leader) Prizes will be given for the most purple/spirited Relay Teams

Colleges Against Cancer Meetings
Mondays at 6:30 PM
Tawes 228

Come get involved with Relay for Life. Questions? Contact Ashley Daniels or Richard Sours.

ECHOSTARS Van Drivers Needed
If you are Van Certified and would like to make a little extra cash, contact Jeffrey Sellers at 301.687.7615.

Alternative BreakAlternative Break Meeting 

November 5 2010
4:00-5:00 PM
Dunkle Hall 218

On Friday, November 5th in Dunkle Hall 218 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.


For more information about
Office of Leadership and Civic Engagement
, contact:

Amy Shaffer, Director of Leadership and Civic Engagement
301.687.4210  Braddock House

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Greek Life
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

Alpha Signa Tau (ΑΣΤ)
October 20, 2010
Pizza Hut

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 Crest
Phi Mu Delta (ΦΜΔ) Presents : Fall Fest
October 29, 2010
7:00 - 9:00PM
Frostburg Museum
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
SGRho Shield
Time and place varies

11/8 Self Defence, 9:00PM, Practice Gym
11/9 Sigma Showcase,
 8:30PM, Practice Gym

Interested in Kappa Alpha Psi
Jamie Winters

For more information about Greek Life, contact:
Jamie Winters, Asst. Director of Student Activities & Greek Life
301.687.7398 130 Tawes Hall