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Joe Bohrer, Shannon Dunn and Kenny Pratt
These three Lane University Center student employees traveled to Penn State for the ACUI Region 4 Conference and brought back the SPIRIT STICK!
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FSU's SOCIAL MARKETING TEAM
|Baltimore Inner Harbor Trip|
Harlynn Wilson '14
|STUDENT & COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT STAFF|
Student & Community Involvement
Asst. Vice President
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 23-29, 2010
|Greetings! Sawubona means Hello in Zulu!!|Homecoming is right around the corner!
This year's homecoming will be bigger and better than before. Watch for flyers around campus and/or your inbox for details.
Get out there and get involved,Robert Cooper
Director of Student Activities
OCTOBER 23-29, 2010
10/22 Live @ The Lyric, 8 PM, Lyric Building on Main Street
10/23 Inner Harbor Trip, Bus leaves PAC at 10AM, Baltimore MD - $15 per person/Sign up at Tawes Info Center
10/25 Storybook Elves Workshop, 3:30 PM, Framptom 205
10/28 Frostburg Halloween Parade, 6:30 PM, Main Street
10/28 UPC Haunted House, 7-11 PM
10/28 SGA Meeting 7:30 PM, Osbourne Newman Center
More events and opportunities...
|Enter before Thursday, October 28, 2010 at Noon |
No purchase nessasary
|Lane University Center|
POINT OF PRIDEFSU wins ACUI Region 4 Spirit Stick Frostburg State University won the first ever spirit stick competition at the Region 4 ACUI conference hosted by Penn State last weekend. The competition included attending sessions, showing school spirit, and other tasks.
Pictured from left to right it is Joe Bohrer, Shannon Dunn, Rob Webber, Robert Cooper, Kenny Pratt, and Sarah Smith.Pic
Apply here to become a part of the Lane University Center student team!
For more information about Campus Center at Tawes Hall, contact:
Rob Webber, Director of Lane University Center
301.687.7084 · 129 Tawes Hall
|Cultural Events Series|
|Fancy Nancy and Other Story Books|
October 25, 2010
Performing Arts Center Pealer Recital Hall
FSU Students w/ID: $3
Adults, Under 17 and FSU Employees
General Public: $7
Purchase ticket at the CES Box Office, Tawes 128A from 9 AM-4 PM
(Tickets not available online for this performance)
Six delightful stories come to life in Theatreworks USA's musical revue Fancy Nancy & Other Story Books. Performed by a five-member cast who portray dozens of characters throughout the show, the stories represent various issues, themes and ideas relevant to our broad and diverse audience of children. Books featured in the show include: Fancy Nancy by Jane O'Connor, Babymouse, The Musical by Jennifer L. Holm, Duck For President by Doreen Cronin, I Have To Go! by Robert Munsch, Leonardo, The Terrible Monster by Mo Willems, and Pirates Don't Change Diapers by Melinda Long.
For more information about Cultural Events Series, contact:
Melanie Moore, Cultural Events Series Educational Outreach Coordinator
|Leadership & Civic Engagement|
Relay for Life Kickoff Meeting & Purple Day
November 1, 2010
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
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 Break Trip Meeting FridayNovember 5 20104:00-5:00 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.
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
|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
More events and information will be available soon!
Interested in Kappa Alpha Psi (KAΨ)
Email Jamie Winters
For more information about Greek Life, contact:
Jamie Winters, Asst. Director of Student Activities & Greek Life
301.687.7398 · 130 Tawes Hall