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Welcome back Bobcats! We hope your winter break was amazing. School is back in session and so are the various campus activities.
Lane University Center will be transformed to a tropical paradise at the first Late@Lane of 2014. Come out and have fun because "It's 5 O'Clock Somewhere!"
Bobcats, get ready for some football! University Programming Council, is hosting their 2nd Annual Super Bowl Party! See more information about this spectacular event below.
Are you interested in learning more about Sorority Life at FSU? Greek Life is having a Sorority Life Open House. So come learn about the various chapters at FSU as well as the history of sorority life.
Interesting in helping Hurricane Sandy victims? Check out the Alternative Break Trip - the deadline is February 10.
Have an amazing semester!

Dasia Scott '17

FSU Social Marketing Team

Office of Student Activities and Greek Life 

Social Marketing Team Open Meeting
Monday, January 27 * 7:30 PM
Lane University Center 110
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University Programming Council Open Meeting
Monday, January 27* 8:00pm
Lane University Center 113
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Haytarma 2013
Haytarma 2013
International Film: Haytarma
Tuesday, February 4* 4 PM
111 Lane University Center



Directed by Akhtem Seitablaev


Introduced by Dr. Benjamin Zajicek,

Assistant Professor of History,

Towson University


Haytarma tells the tragic, true story of the Srgnlik, the 1944 forcible deportation of the Crimean Tatars by Stalin to other parts of the USSR. May 18, 2014 commemorates the 70th anniversary of one of the world's most frighteningly rapid and thorough ethnic cleanings. Over three days, the entire Crimean Tatar population of about 195,000 was relocated to Siberia, the Urals, and Central Asia. It has been estimated that 110,000 individuals died of hunger, exposure, and disease during transportation and the first year of resettlement. This "special operation" remains a controversial topic (as evidenced by the public outcry following Russian Consul Vladimir Andreyev's recent comments that Haytarma distorted the historical truth). Many Russians insist all Tatars betrayed the USSR by collaborating with the Nazis and thus were an enemy nation; the Tatars insist that such a sweeping (and false) accusation served as an excuse for culturally, religiously, geographically, and economically motivated genocide.  

Tuesday, February 4 * 7 PM

Lane University Center Atkinson Room


Learn about the history of sorority life and the chapters at Frostburg State University. Contact Samantha Winkler 



February 5-8 * 6:30 PM - 10 PM
Lane University Center, Manicur Assembly Hall


Would you like to become more involved on campus? Would you like to learn more about leadership roles and become an active leader on campus? Would you like to become more involved in your community? Then come be a part of Sorority Life. 

Contact Samantha Winkler 



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