Student and Community Involvement's Guide to Events and Opportunities


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Table of Contents
The Many Faces of Beauty
How to Get Involved on Campus
Hula Girls
Team Captain Meeting
Manage Your Budget
Veterans Organization
Mentor's Needed
Residence Hall Recycling Competition


Hula Girls? Yep, we have them - in our International Film at least. 


Are you having trouble with your budget? Check out the blog, Narrative of a Full-Time Freshman! This week's topic is about how to manage your budget! There are 3 links in the blog that could help you manage your money, so check it out! 


There is a Relay for Life Team Captain Meeting this Tuesday. All students are welcome to attend! See which Frostburg State team has raised the most money....

Want to spruce up your resumé? Tired of sitting around with nothing to do? Come out to the Social Marketing Team 's presentation on How to Get Involved on Campus! There will be several representatives from many different organizations on Frostburg's campus! Come have your questions answered and find an organization that suits you!


Have fun!

Bobbie Watson '12

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Delta Zeta presents: 
The Many Faces of Beauty 
Women's Learning Circle 
Monday, 2/20 7 PM 
Lane University Center, Atkinson Room 
Free and Open to the Public 
Join Delta Zeta and April Baer once a month to learn about and discuss issues facing women today. This month's session will discuss the definition of "beauty" imposed by our society. We will look at beauty through the ages and how today's "beautiful" compares to what was considered beautiful hundreds of years ago. This session will have an interactive portion to give the women of Frostburg State an opportunity to voice their opinions and concerns on various topics. 
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The Social Marketing Team presents:                 

How to Get Involved on Campus             

Monday, 2/20 7 PM                           

Lane University Center, Room 111                         



Bored? Stuck in your small, cramped room? Explore how to get involved in a campus organization. Meet with representatives from major organizations. Presented with Student Activities. For more information, contact Brandie Shackelford.

University Programming Council presents:          

Bridges to the World International Film Festival:

Hula Girls [Japan]

Tuesday, 2/21 7 PM 

Lane University Center, Room 111    

FREE and Open to the Public


This film is the story about the transformation of Iwaki, a struggling community in Fukushima. Inspired by actual events, Hula Girls won the Japan Academy award. The film takes place during the brink of economic collapse. One man proposes to turn the town into a Hawaiian-themed paradise to lure tourists and create jobs. The focal point is young girls he wants to recruit as entertainers, however they can't dance! But when a pro is brought in to teach the ancient art of Hawaiian hula; the girls turn into heroes of not only their town, but their country. For more information, contact Shannon Dunn.

Colleges Against Cancer is having a                 

Relay for Life
Team Captain Meeting      

Tuesday, 2/21 7 PM

Atkinson Room, Lane University Center

FREE and Open to the Public

Contact Patrick O'Brien for more information.    

Visit our blog Narrative of a
Full-Time Freshman
by Carissa Warnick 


 Being college students, we don't have a large amount of money to spend. Here is a list of links that can help you control your budget/spending: see the links...

Student Veterans Organization  


Attention veterans and dependents of veterans! A new Veterans' group is on the horizon. Frostburg State University Student Veterans Organization is a group designed to offer a place where veterans and dependents of veterans can come and be understood. Veterans share a common thread that few can understand. If you are interested in joining a group designed to help those like yourself, and want a place where you can talk to people who understand, this is the place for you. For further information you can contact Bernie McCarty. Let us continue to serve together as one voice.



Work with children in need of mentoring and academic enrichment! Volunteers are needed to help mentor students in Kindergarten to 8th grade on Thursdays at the South Cumberland Library. TRANSPORTATION IS PROVIDEDVolunteers are also needed on campus Monday-Thursday. Volunteers may be able to:

  • Earn money through Federal Work-Study  (Contact Financial Aid at 301.687.4301 for work-study eligibility)
  • Earn Volunteer and Service Learning Hours for course requirements.
  • Receive free training in mentoring/academic enrichment techniques

For more information or to apply: Contact the A STAR! AmeriCorps Read To Succeed! Program Coordinator Jamie Irvine or call 301.687.4191. 

Residence Hall Recycling Competition



The Learning Green Living Green Committee will be hosting a Residence Hall Recycling Competition as part of their 2012 Recyclemania efforts from February 17 to March 31st. The residence hall that recycles the most materials per captain will win a pizza party. Awards will be given out for first, second, and third place as well as for the best recyclers (This award goes to the hall that has the least contamination, removes caps, sorts properly etc.). If you have any questions about the Recycling Competition please contact Patrick O'Brien at 301.687.4210.


For recycling tips, follow Recycle This on Twitter! Follow us on Twitter

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