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Frostburg State University's Department of Student and Community Involvement
Office of Student Activities and Greek Life
Homecoming Candidates
Office of Civic Engagement
Department of Communication Studies
Lane University Center
Cultural Events Series
Student Organizations
Brady Health
Diversity Center
Baltimore Ravens vs Pittsburgh Steelers game. You can enjoy the game on the big screen in the Alice R. Manicur Assembly Hall. Light refreshments will be served, this event is free for students. To enter to win a Sheetz Gift Card from Social Marketing Team, take a picture of your team spirit at the event, post it on Instagram and tag @frostburgupc and #instaFrostburg.

Support the College Interfraternity Music Council with their upcoming concert featuring Humming House a diverse group with musical roots in classical composition, bluegrass, soul and traditional Irish music. The event is FREE but donations are being accepted for the Mountain Ridge High School Music program.
Frostburg State University's Late @ Lane: Nightmare on Lane Street 
Frostburg State University's Late @ Lane: Nightmare on Lane Street
Check out the Late@Lane video compilation created by Social Marketing Team videographer Florence Kargbo '14!

This week, the Department of Communication Studies is hosting the Peace March and Community Dialogue Series to emphasize how our campus is working to strengthen the community. Community members will come together to create tangible solutions for deeper-level, sensitive and structurally challenging town-and-gown tensions that bring about safe, secure living conditions and civil relationships between long and short-term residents in the college town. 

Have an amazing semester!

Allie Nickels '15

FSU Social Marketing Team

Office of Student Activities and Greek Life
Social Marketing Team Open Meeting
Monday, October 14 * 7:30pm
Lane University Center 234
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University Programming Council Open Meeting
Monday, October 14* 8:00pm
Lane University Center 108
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Sigma Alpha Iota Broadway Musical
Tuesday, October 15 * 7:00pm
Performing Arts Center, Pealer Recital Hall

Humming House Concert
Humming House - Gypsy Django 
Humming House - Gypsy Django
Lane University Center Box Office
Wednesday, October 16 * 7:00pm
Lane University Center, Alice R. Manicur Assembly Hall

College Interfraternity Music Council is sponsoring this event. Humming House is a diverse group with musical roots in classical composition, bluegrass, soul and traditional Irish music. The event is FREE but donations are being accepted for the Mountain Ridge High School Music Program and other local charities.

Student Government Association Meeting
Thursday, October 17 * 7:30pm~10:00pm
Delta Omicron's Kylie Oosterink Senior Recital
Saturday, October 19, 2013 * 7:30pm 
Performing Arts Center, Pealer Recital hall

UPC Sports Series Ravens vs Steelers
Sunday, October 20 * 4:15pm
Lane University Center, Alice R. Manicur Assembly Hall  
Join the University Programming Council to see the rivalry unfold between the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers. The game will be shown on the big screen and light refreshments will be served! This event is free for students
For more information, contact Robert CooperDirector of Greek Life and student at 301.687.4049.
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Delta Zeta Sorority Panhellenic Pumpkin Patch  
Monday, October 21 * 5:00pm
Frostburg State University, Upper Quad


Cost is $3 to cover the cost of pumpkin. Event is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, while supplies last. 

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Student Organization and Advising Resources

Monday, October 21 * 6:00pm~7:30pm 

Lane University Center, 133C (Back of Alice R. Manicur Assembly Hall)


This session of Student Organization and Advising Resources is about Inclusion Resources and Workshops. Join the Diversity Center to learn about different resources they can provide for your student organization through trainings and events.


Congratulations to our reader, Lauren Miller, for randomly being selected as the winner of a Sheetz gift card from the Social Marketing Team! 

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Student Government Association
Homecoming Candidates 

Voting will be held on October 21 and 22, beginning at 10:00am on October 21, and ending at 12 Midnight on October 22.  Voting takes place on your PAWS account and instructions will be emailed to all students on October 21.
Office of Civic Engagement 
Mentors are needed for Read to Succeed!
Read to SucceedMentors are needed
for the Fall 2013 semester! The Read
to Succeed! Academic Enrichment program is in need of volunteers interested in working with children in Kindergarten to 8th grade on Thursdays at the South Cumberland Library on campus Mondays through Thursdays, and on select Saturdays in Cumberland. All volunteers will receive free mentor training. Volunteers may also be able to earn money through federal work study. (Contact Financial Aid at 301.687.4301 for work-study eligibility). You can also earn Volunteer and Service Learning Hours for course requirements. For more information, contact Meghan VoelkelA STAR! AmeriCorps Read to Succeed! coordinator, at 301.687.4191. 
American Cancer Society's 
Making Strides Against  
Breast Cancer of Western MD 
Committee is Seeking Volunteers
Making Strides Against Breast 
Saturday, October 19
Canal Place Festival Grounds in Cumberland, MD
Volunteers are needed for the following areas:
Hanging banners, creation of balloon arch/clusters, pink ribbon distribution, entrance crew/greeting, advocacy clipboards, survivor registration, survivor activities, t-shirt distribution, water station management and registration. For more information, contact Corey Ryan by October 16 at 301.268.9844.
Mission of Mercy MD/PA - Healing Through Love 2013 
Mission of Mercy MD/PA - Healing Through Love 2013
Free Dental Cleaning

Friday, October 25-26 

Allegany County Fairgrounds in Cumberland, MD

Clinic starts at 6:00am First come, first served!


The Western Maryland Mission of Mercy is a FREE, two day dental clinic for adults 18 years and up (children are not permitted onsite). No insurance needed! Mission of Mercy is a free dental clinic program that began in Virginia in 2000. It has spread across the country and this year they expect to serve close to 1,000 people that would not be able to afford dental care. 


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Volunteers Needed for Late@Lane on November 16!

Please contact Alex Williams, Volunteer Coordinator for the
Office of Civic Engagement at 301.687.7599.
Thanksgiving Sponsor-A-Family
Would you like to help the less fortunate have a happy Thanksgiving? The annual Sponsor-A-Family event accepts non-perishable food items, grocery store gift cards, and monetary donations to deliver to local families in need of assistance. For more information, contact Alex Williams, volunteer coordinator for the Office of Civic Engagement.
Department of Communication Studies
Peace March  
Tuesday, October 15 * 5:00pm
Frostburg State University, Upper Quad

The Sustaining Campus and Community Dialogue Series is holding the march to promote the education and use of alternative dispute resolution to celebrate the American Bar Associations Mediation Week and the Association for Conflict Resolution's International Conflict Resolution Day. Those who want to participate in the peace march are invited to bring signs that promote the march's theme of peace on campus and in the community of Frostburg. By walking together from the campus through local neighborhoods, the march will emphasize how, by walking and learning together, we strengthen our community for a better future. For information, contact Dr. Elesha L. Ruminski at 301.687.4880.

Community Dialogue Series
Tuesday, October 15 * 5:30pm
Main Street, Lyric Theatre 

In this second year of the series, community members will come together to create tangible solutions for deeper-level, sensitive and structurally challenging town-and-gown tensions that bring about safe, secure living conditions and civil relationships between long and short-term residents in the college town. Nationally recognized conflict resolution scholar-practitioners Dr. Frank Dukes, lecturer and director of the Institute for Environmental Negotiation at the University of Virginia, and Dr. Marvin Johnson, founder and executive director of the Center for Alternative Dispute Resolution, will continue to help facilitate the sessions, along with Ruminski, chair of FSU's Department of Communication Studies and an associate professor in that department.
Lane University Center
Digital Signage

Digital signage is now FREE for on-campus entities. Visit our
website for for details on how to create your ad and upload your advertisement.

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Game Room Tournaments

Smash Brothers Tournament

Thursday October 17th * 6:30pm  
Just Dance Tournament
Friday October 18th * 4:30pm


For more information, contact Jackie Lukasewicz.

Cultural Events Series
Julie Fowlis: Music of the Scottish Isles
Julie Fowlis: Music of the Scottish Isles
Tuesday, October 29 * 7:30 PM 
Pealer Recital Hall, FSU Performing
Arts Center
Singing in the Gaelic language of her ancestors, charismatic Scottish folksinger Julie Fowlis is a standard-bearer for the music and culture of her homeland. Named by the Scottish Parliament as its first-ever Gaelic ambassador, Fowlis shares the music of centuries past in Music of the Scottish Isles.It is little wonder that when Disney's PIXAR sought an authentic voice to feature in its 2012 animated film, Brave, set in 10th-century Scotland, they recruited Fowlis, who sings two of the film's st
irring songs, "Touch the Sky" and "Into the Open Air" Critics and audiences have been enamored since Fowlis first emerged on the scene. London Evening Standard raved, "There are some voices that carry much more than a melody. They transport you to another place, give you goose flesh and make magic out of thin air. Julie Fowlis has just such a voice." BBC Radio described her music as being like "beautiful messages from another world." Fowlis, who sings as well as plays the pipes, is supported by a gifted ensemble of musicians, including husband Eamon Doorley on bouzouki, Duncan Chisholm on fiddle and Tony Byrne on guitar. This impressive lineup has become known for their expressive and high-energy live show. 

Purchase tickets at the Lane University Center Box Office Monday-Friday from 9:00am to 4:00pm. $5/FSU Students w/ID * $20/Adults * $17/Youth Under 17 and FSU staff. 

For more information, contact Mary Jane Plummer, Director of Cultural Events Series


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Student Organizations
United Campus Ministry Bible Study
Monday, October 14 * 7:00pm ~ 8:00pm
Lane University Center 111
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Anti-Bullying Club Meeting
Tuesday, October 15 * 7:00pm ~ 8:00pm
Lane University Center 109
United Campus Ministry Spiritual Study Break
Wednesday, October 16 * 9:00pm ~10:00pm
Lane University Center 108
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Pre-Professional Medical Society's Haunted Trail
Friday, October 18 6~8pm
Frostburg State University, Arboretum
The haunted trail is themed after is a computer game in which the player is placed in the woods at night and the objective is to find 8 pages about Slender man while being chased. The more pages you find, the more adamant he gets about catching you. They are asking for donations of at least $1 to participate, all proceeds will go to Relay for Life. Come enjoy this spooky adventure and help raise money for Relay for Life.


Nothing But Nets Campaign
Now through October 31
United Campus Ministry would like to remind all student organizations about the  of the FSU Nothing But Nets Campaign that will end October 31. Make sure your organization gets your nets now! Last year FSU student organizations bought 170 nets ($10 per net) which saved 680 lives for 3 years. We would like to double that this year - your group can make a significant difference. Every group that participates will get their name listed with how many nets they were able to buy this year in The Bottom Line in November. United Campus Ministry is coordinating the campaign and they will donate the money on Frostburg State University's behalf. For more information, contact Cindy Zirlott.

Brady Health
Flu Vaccine Clinics   
Wednesday October 16 *8:30am~11:00am
Brady Health Clinic
You can pay by cash, check or bobcat card, no appointment necessary! If you are not able to meet this clinic time, call Brady Health at 301.687.4310. If you are under 18 years of age, make an appointment for your flu shot and provide parental consent. The cost for the flu shot is $25.
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Diversity Center 
Dress for Success Program
Friday, October 18 *11:00am~2:00pm
Lane University Center, Alice R. Manicur Assembly Hall
The Women's Studies Steering Committee will host a Dress for Success 
Program. As part of the program, the group will help create a professional dress closet for young women. For a small amount, the women can purchase pieces for their closets. The Diversity Center is accepting donations and is looking for gently worn items for the girls. Items needed include sweaters, slacks, suits, button-down tops, skirts, belts, jewelry, dresses and blazers in all sizes.
For information, contact Tori Snyder, Assistant Director of the Diversity Center at 301.687.4050. 


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Latin American Student Organization Meeting
Wednesday. October 9 * 7:00pm ~ 8:00pm
Lane University Center 110
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