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Missy Russell Martz
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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
November 13-19, 2010
Hej means "Hello" in Swedish!
The Thanksgiving season is quickly approaching. Remember to give thanks for the things that you have in your life. I know that all of the faculty and staff here at Frostburg State are thankful that you chose to go here.
Remember to stay strong in your class and that we are all here to help each other!
Get out there, get involved and finish the semester STRONG!Robert Cooper
Director of Student Activities
November 13-19, 2010
11/13 UPC Movie: Inception, 8 PM, Dunkle Hall 218
11/16-18 Annual Turkey Bowel, 6 PM, Bobcat Stadium
11/14-21 -Omega Week (ΩΨΦ), varies times and locations
UPC - University Programming Council
More events and opportunities...
|Annual Turkey BowlThursdayNovember 18, 20108:00 PMBobcat Stadium
Come out to watch and cheer on fellow Bobcats as they play a furious game of flag football. During the half time there will be a Punt, Kick and Pass competition. All proceeds will be will go to the American Cancer Society.
So come out and show Frostburg how you play!For more information please contact Jamie Winters.
UPC Presents: InceptionFriday & SaturdayNovember 11 & 12, 20108:00 PMDunkle 218In a world where technology exists to enter the human mind through dream invasion, a highly skilled thief is given a final chance at redemption which involves executing his toughest job till date, Inception (imdb.com)
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|
|KATHY MATTEA SONGS AND THE SEASON|
November 30, 2010
Performing Arts Center Pealer Recital Hall
Adult - $25
Under 17 - $25
FSU Employee - $20
FSU Student - $10
Kathy Mattea, the two-time Grammy Award-winner and twice-named Country Music Association's Female Vocalist of the Year, brings the sounds of the holiday season to the FSU campus. After winning a Grammy for "Good News," her first collection of Christmas songs, Mattea followed up with the critically acclaimed "Joy for Christmas Day." With close to 30 Top 40 country hits, Mattea's beautiful voice is the perfect match for her holiday tunes, which are a blend of old favorites and new songs in various musical styles. According to Mattea, a native of South Charleston, W.Va., her holiday concerts are "more about the spiritual side of Christmas, and not so much about the holiday." The result is a concert that focuses on the reverence and joy of the Christmas celebration.
"While songs can be many things, they cannot be given life without a singer. ... In Mattea's instrument, the grains of truth add up to something incalculable: high art." - All Music Guide
For more information about Cultural Events Series, contact:
Mary Jane Plummer, Director of Cultural Events Series
| Student Government Association |
|The Student Government Association would like to take this opportunity to announce the winners of the Homecoming Student Competitions:|
1st Place Banner: Alpha Phi Omega
2nd Place Banner: Alpha Sigma Tau
3rd Place Banner: Pre-Professional Medical Society
1st Place Window Decorating: Phi Mu Delta
2nd Place Window Decoration: Alpha Sigma Tau
3rd Place Window Decoration: Alpha Phi Omega
1st Place Fence Decorating: National Broadcasting Society
2nd Place Fence Decorating: UPC
3rd Place Fence Decorating: Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNERS!!
|Leadership & Civic Engagement|
|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.
Sponsor-A-Family: Thanksgiving Baskets
LAST DAY TO DROP OFF DONATIONS
November 22, 2010
Through the annual Sponsor-A-Family, academic and administrative departments, student groups, or individuals can help make a difference in a family's life in Western Maryland by providing a Thanksgiving food basket to a family in need. Since its beginning the Sponsor-A-Family has provided Thanksgiving baskets for over 250 families in Western Maryland. If you or your group is interest in sponsoring a family for the Thanksgiving holiday or just making a donations, drop off your non-perishable food item(s) at the Office for Leadership and Civic Engagement. All baskets will be delivered on the Monday & Tuesday before Thanksgiving.
For more information about
Office of Leadership and Civic Engagement, contact:
Amy Shaffer, Director of Leadership and Civic Engagement
301.687.4210 · Braddock House
Omega Psi Phi (ΩΨΦ) Fraternity Inc.
Presents: Omega Week
November 14-21, 2010
Time and place varies
11/15 Manhood Day(a fourm on Safe Sex), 9:11PM, Tawes 153
11/16 Library Lockdown, 6-9 PM, Tawes 311
11/17 Step Exhibition, 9:00-11:00 PM, Dunkle 218
11/18 Rock Climbing
11/19 Clean Up Day (Bowery St. Clean-up)
11/21 Flag Football Tournament, 1-7PM, FSUBobcats Field
Omega Psi Phi - Official Website
Interested in Kappa Alpha Psi (KAΨ) Fraternity Inc.
Email Jamie Winters
Kappa Alpha Psi - Official Website
For more information about Greek Life, contact:
Jamie Winters, Asst. Director of Student Activities & Greek Life
301.687.7398 · 130 Tawes Hall