The Eagle’s Eye
Weekly Student Newsletter * www.umcrookston.edu/EaglesEye
October 17, 2011
National Collegiate Alcohol Inside
Awareness Week Free Flu Shots.............................2
Every year, the third week in October is National Collegiate Events this Week........................3
Alcohol Awareness Week (NCAAW) and over 1000 universities
take this opportunity to remind and educate students on the Volunteer Opportunities.............3
dangers of irresponsible drinking. The 2011 NCAAW campaign’s
theme is “Raise Your Voice! You Can Save a Life!”. The message Suduko Puzzles..........................4
encourages students to take a stand against irresponsible behav-
iors amongst their peers. It advocates social responsibility and
arms students with the necessary skills needed to make good NCAA Choices & ATOD................5
decisions regarding binge drinking and drinking and driving.
The University of Minnesota, Crookston campus is promot-
ing National Collegiate Alcohol
Awareness Week from October Major Fair....................................7
17-22. Many events are taking
place. Collect an Alcohol Aware- Message from Chancellor..........8
ness Week activities card to
receive stamps for a prize drawing College 101 Workshop...............9
for a KINDLE e-book reader to be
held Saturday, October 22, at the
football game when the U of M Brain Teaser..............................10
Crookston Golden Eagles take on
St. Cloud State at 1 p.m. at Wids- Classifieds.................................10
eth Field. You must have three
stamps from different events
throughout the week to qualify for
One of the activities being
held this week on the UMC cam- October 17:
pus is the Alcohol Goggles Driv- 2:00 p.m. - CSSD Meeting - Prairie
ing Course. If you think you can Room
handle driving after a few drinks 4:00 p.m. - S.P.A.C.E Meeting - Leader-
you'll definitely want to think twice ship Room
after taking part in this event. The 4:00 p.m. - SIFE Meeting - Dowell Hall
Crookston Police Department will 200
host a Driving Under the Influence October 18:
Driving Course set up with pylon 11:00am - UMC Campus Lions - Prairie
obstacles on Wednesday, October
19 , from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
on the UMC Campus Mall. All stu- 1:00 .p.m. - Communication Club Meet-
dents are invited to come on out ing - Leadership Room
and experience this event. October 21:
Fiber Noon Friday Group Gathering
Kiehle Heritage Room
Free Flu Shots Study Abroad
Wednesday, October 19
Free Flu Shots for UMC Stu- and
dents: Tuesday, November 15, 9:00
to 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.
Thursday, October 20
Monday, November 21, 11:00 a.m.
to 1:00 p.m., Bede Ballroom. Please Wednesday, October 19 -
bring your student ID. The cost of Alternative Spring Break in Spain -
the flu shots for students is cov- 2:00 - 3:00 p.m.
ered by UMC Student Health. 3 Week Program in Norway - 5:00 -
Free Flu Shots for UMC Em- 2 week Program in France - 6:00 -
ployees: Thursday, October 27, 2:00 7:00 p.m.
to 3:30 p.m., and Tuesday, Novem-
Contact Stacey Grunewald, ber 1, 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Bede Thursday, October 20 -
email@example.com, with questions Ballroom. Please bring your em- Repeat Session 3 Week Program in
or refer to the following web site for ployee ID. The cost of this free flu Norway 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
more info on the flu shot. http:// shot clinic is covered by the UPlan. Repeat Session 2 Week Program in
www.cdc.gov/flu/about/disease/ . France 1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
All sessions will be held in Kiehle
Donate your old greetings
cards for a good cause. The ladies from
The Valley Christian Fellowship in town
are collecting old cards to refurbish
and sell them. The money collected
from the sale will be given to Not For
Sale, an organization fighting against
human trafficking around the world.
Boxes will be placed
around the UMC campus for per-
sons to place their cards for reuse.
The cut off date for the donation of
cards will be November 3, 2011.
Contact Brooke Hamilton at hamil345@
umn.edu for further information.
Events this Week Volunteer Opportunities
Monday, October 17
• National Collegiate Alcohol Humane Society: Looking for students to assist with fundraising ideas and
Awareness Week (NCAAW) projects for area humane societies. If any clubs or individuals are interested in
assisting, please contact Whitney Lian <firstname.lastname@example.org> for more informa-
Booth, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Tuesday, October 18
• Third Annual Major Fair, 10:00 Humane Society: There is a huge need for volunteers to help clean cages from
a.m. - 2:00 p.m., Northern Lights 9:30 – 10:30 or 11 a.m. weekdays and 10 a.m. on weekends. Additionally,
Lounge dogs love to be walked! Get some exercise and share a walk with a very appre-
Wednesday, October 19 ciative friend! The Polk County Humane Society is located at 720 East Robert
• NCAAW Alcohol Goggles Driving Street. Please contact Tracy Janisch at 281-7225 to schedule a time to volun-
Course, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., teer. The Polk County Humane Society is located at 720 East Robert Street.
UMC Campus Mall
NightScreams Haunted House, a fundraiser for local charities: Project de-
• Career Services Webinar : ‘5 scription: Actors for Haunted House....dressing in costume, also make-up artists
Steps to Build Your Personal are welcomed as well. Project date and time: October 28 - October 31 5-10 p.m.
Brand’, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m., Number of volunteers requested: 7-8. Location: 513 Central Ave North,
Bede Ballroom A & B Crookston. Directions/Instructions: Between Alexander and Walsh St on Central
• Study Abroad Information Ave, 2 blocks from old court house. Contact person: Jeff Ronnei
Phone: 218-289-6395 Email: email@example.com Web site: night-
Session: Alternative Spring
Break to Spain, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00
p,m ., Kiehle 105
North Country Food Shelf: A second food shelf will be opening in Crookston on
• College 101 Workshop: Stress October 24. It is located at 424 N. Broadway. This food shelf is a “client choice”
Management for Students, 3:00 model, where people are able to select the foods they need and will use.
p.m., Prairie Room
• Study Abroad Information
Session: 3 Week Program in
Norway, 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.,
• Study Abroad Information UROC Funds Available
Session: 2 Week Program in
France, 6:00 p.m., - 7:00 p.m., From Thomas Baldwin, Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student
Kiehle 105 Affairs Undergraduate Research Opportunities-Crookston (UROC) In order
• Last day to cancel a class, all to encourage undergraduate research on the UMC campus, funding has been
set aside for projects approved on campus. The process for awarding these
funds is separate from the University-wide UROP. Total dollars requested per
Thursday, October 20 proposal may not exceed $1700 (maximum of $1400 in salary for the student
• NCAAW Be Wise Game, 11:00 a.m., plus a maximum of $300 for expenses).
Sargeant Student Center
Friday, October 21 All proposals submitted for campus funding need to be approved by the
• Friday Noon Fiber Group appropriate unit head and submitted to the Academic Affairs office by the fol-
lowing date and time. Late proposals will not be considered. October 17, 2011,
Gathering Heritage Room, Kiehle
4:00 p.m. – for spring semester 2012 projects For application forms and guide-
Hall lines, please open the attachments: Policy and Procedures 2011-2012; Applica-
• UMC Equestrian Team Spaghetti tion Fall 2011; Faculty Mentor Recommendation Fall 2011. Submitted projects
Feed Fundraiser, 5:00 p.m. - that do not follow the procedures and/or not submitted on the correct forms and
8:00 p.m., UTOC Horse Stables do not include all requested information will be returned and run the risk of not
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Answers to Sudoku on page 8.
Mixed Blood Theatre Presents
Mixed Blood Theatre of Minneapolis will present the
‘According to Coyote’
play “According to Coyote” on Monday evening, October
Monday, October 24 24, at 7 p.m. in Kiehle Auditorium. The event is open
to the public. This energetic collection of legends gives
life to Coyote, the trickster, teacher, magician, and hero
in American Indian traditions. Playwright John Kauff-
man employs age-old techniques of music, dance,
magic and narrative to bring to life this character in all
his guises--Coyote the Creator, the namer of animals
and bringer of fire; Coyote the Trickster, conniving for
an advantage that usually backfires on him; and Coyote
the Teacher, from whom lessons of humility, wisdom
and humanity are learned. This event is sponsored by
the Office of Diversity and Multicultural Programs.
Located at: 107 2nd St East
Crookston, MN 56716
Marty or Stacy
$2 off Hair cut
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National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week
October 17 – 22
“THINK BEFORE YOU DRINK”
October 17 begins NCAA/ATOD National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week. A week of activities to encourage UMC
students to “think before you drink.” A guideline motto developed by Amoy Carty, UMC senior, UMC student UROC re-
searcher, as a best practices guideline to promote UMC student healthy and safety.
“We know that drinking too much alcohol is bad for us. It gives us hangovers, makes
us feel tired and does little for our appearance – and that is just the morning afterwards.
Long term, it increases the risk of developing a long list of health conditions including
breast, oral cancers, heart disease, strokes and cirrhosis of the liver. Research shows
that a high alcohol intake can also damage our mental health, impair memory skills and
reduce fertility,” reported by Philippa Roxby, BBC News Healthy reporter, October 2011.
“Each person is responsible for their own alcohol consumption guidelines. This takes
information (know the laws and research), personal reflection (personal and career goals),
attention (to your own body and family history), and seek help when needed. (Vicki Sve-
darsky, UMC Counselor and ATOD Program Coordinator)
Katherine Brown, head of research at the Institute of Alcohol Studies summarizes, “It is
difficult to state exactly how much is too much” and we need to be very careful when sug-
gesting there is a ‘safe’ level of drinking for the population. Rather, we need to explain
that there are risks associated with alcohol consumption, and that the less you drink the
lower your risk is of developing health problems.”
Stay safe and participate in NCAA/ATOD National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week activities encouraging greater
awareness of alcohol effects and consequences.
Monday - October 17 “Take a bite out of OVER Consumption” SAAC for ALCOHOL AWARENESS
Sargeant Student Center - 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Tuesday - October 18 ==THINK BEFORE YOU DRINK==
Centennial Conference Room - 6:00 p.m.
Dig Pink: Golden Eagles Volleyball Lysaker Gym - 7:00 p.m.
MOCKTAILS FREE Taco in a Bag w/SAAC coupon
Wednesday - October 19 Crookston Police Department: Driving Under the Influence
UMC Mall 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Thursday - October 20 “”Be-Wiser”” Game to Dispel Myths and Understand Facts
Sargeant Student Center - 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Saturday - October 22 NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ALCOHOL AWARENESS WEEK DRAWING
Golden Eagle Football -- Eligible for “KINDLE” If Attend a Minimum of 3 Events -Must Be Present To Win-
Widseth Football Field - 1:00 p.m.
“We would also like to con-
U-SPORTS gratulate the offensive line and skill
athletes who block for him to make
this accomplishment possible.” Monday, October 17
Richard Haley Breaks Haley currently leads the NSIC Youth NFL Flag Football
Golden Eagle 1,000 in rushing and is 409 yards ahead of his 7 p.m. - 8:15 p.m.
next closest competition. He is averag-
Yard Rushing Record ing 5.8 yards/rush and 171 yards/game, Tuesday, October 18
almost 70 yards/game above the next Home Volleyball vs Minot State
The University of Minnesota, (Dig Pink Match)
closest rusher. Last week he was ranked
Crookston Athletic Department an- 7 p.m.
second in all of NCAA Division II just 3.4
nounced on October 10, 2011 that
yards behind the nation’s top rusher. Friday, October 21
junior, running back, Richard Haley
For more information, visit the Volleyball at MSU Moorhead
(RB, 6-0, 205, Jr., Detroit, Mich.) broke
Golden Eagle Athletics website 7 p.m.
the Golden Eagle 1,000 yard rush-
at www.goldeneaglesports.com . Club Hockey vs Minot State University
ing record against Upper Iowa Uni-
7 p.m. .
versity on Saturday, October 8, 2011. Follow the Golden Eagles on Face-
Haley, a transfer from Grand book at Golden Eagle Sports Saturday, October 22
Rapids Community College, has and on Twitter at @UMCAthletics. Home Football vs St. Cloud State
played in just six games as a Golden 1 p.m.
Eagle. In that time, he has rushed Soccer at Wayne State, Nebraska
178 times and amassed 1,026 yards Golden Eagle Western 1 p.m.
breaking the old record held by team- Equestrian Squad Sunday, October 23
mate Keith McBride (RB, 5-11, 195,
Jr., Lodi, Wis.) who accomplished the Learns from Show at Soccer at Augustana, Sioux Falls
UW-River Falls 1 p.m.
1,000 yard feat in 12 games for Min-
nesota, Crookston. Haley now has his
sights set on the all-time season rush- The Golden Eagle Western Game Results
ing record of 1,549 yards held by R.J. Equestrian team began the weekend
Rollins recorded in 2004. Rollins also with a slow start. Saturday started Football vs Northern State
holds the all-time UMC career rushing with a few rough performances in the Result : 45-21 in favor of Northern State
record of 3,073 yards (2002-2005). Reining and the Open. However, Yahna
“As coaches we are always Zastrow (Jr, Easton, Minn.) earned a Volleyball vs Northern State
very proud to see our athletes accom- second place finish in the advanced Result: 3-2 in favor of Northern State
plish goals. Richard is a tremendous division. In the Novice Division, Jenna Game Highlights: . Amanda Swann
talent and we are very excited for Podnar (So, Luxemburg, Wis.), Megan (OH, 6-0, Jr., Rochester, Mich.), Katie
him,” says Head Coach Chuck Moller. Kramer (Sr, Owatonna, Minn.) and Miedtke (MH, 5-10, So., Maple Grove,
Amanda Flint (Jr, Aberdeen, S.D.) all Minn.), Brittany Looker (OH, 5-10, Fr.,
earned second place ribbons in their Rochester, Minn.) and Rueter all fin-
classes with Anna Steen (Sr, Hanover, ished the match with double-digit kills.
Minn.) and Karen Carpenedo (Jr, Bes-
semer, Mich.) taking third place rib- Soccer vs Southwest Minne-
bons. Kramer’s points put her in the sota State - Result: 0-0 2OT tie
position to compete in the Regional
Horse show in March. Mitzi Marlin (So, Volleyball vs Wayne State
Nowthen, Minn.) earned the only blue Result: 3-0 in favor of Wayne State
ribbon of the day in her Intermediate Game highlights: Brittany Looker
Class with Kaytlin Weiger (Sr, Duluth, (OH, 5-10, Fr., Rochester, Minn.) and
Minn.) taking second place and Krista Alyssa Schneider (MH, 6-0, So., Ra-
Dale (Jr, Sartell, Minn.) finishing in third cine, Wis.) recorded seven kills each.
place. Mikayla Sich (Fr, Duluth, Minn.)
Soccer vs Minnesota State Uni-
Equestrian Squad Continued on versity - Result: 2-0 in favor of MSU
A Message from Please understand the pur- Career Services
Chancellor Casey - pose in writing this letter. We at the Webinar '5 Steps to
U of M, Crookston are in a position to
“Making Good Choices” help you reach your educational goals
Build Your Personal
and dreams. Let's work together to Brand'
make certain that an alcohol-related The Career Services Webinar
One of the University of
tragedy like those that have hit oth- “5 Steps to Build Your Personal Brand’
Minnesota, Crookston’s top pri-
er campuses never occurs on ours. will be held Wednesday, October 19
orities is to maintain a safe and
at 2:00 p.m. in Bede Ballroom A & B.
supportive environment for its
entire community of learners. Equestrian Squad Continued
from Page 6 Hi, I’m
October 17-22 is National
earned a second place ribbon in the Sherri
Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week
Beginner Class to help give the team Thomas,
(NCAAW). The University of Minnesota,
21 points overall. This was good for President
Crookston observes this annual event
third place overall on the day. Sun- of Career
by offering a variety of programs to help
day started a bit stronger with Kayla Coaching
everyone better understand the effects
Krueger (Sr, Walker, Minn.) winning 360, and I
of alcohol use. I hope you will take
the Open Horsemanship and placing know from
part in the planned activities so you
in the Reining. This earned her the my own
can make informed personal choices.
Reserve High Point Rider for the day. personal
I challenge you to make the
The next best ribbon of the day was experi-
choice not to abuse alcohol or other
Jenna Podnar’s second place ride in ence that
drugs and join UMC and our Alcohol,
the Novice Division. “From there, it personal
Tobacco and Other Drug (ATOD) pre-
was a middle of the pack kind of day branding
vention program in making our cam-
for us,” says U of M, Crookston West- can have a major impact on achieving
pus free from the negative effects of al-
ern Coach Nicky Overgaard. “Making a career that fills you with meaning and
cohol, tobacco, and other drug abuse.
mistakes during your go isn’t going to purpose. The key is learning how best
The harsh realities of alco-
get us very high in the ribbons. But to leverage your talents, strengths, and
hol-related deaths or injuries of stu-
some important lessons were gar- passions to transition into an organiza-
dents across the nation are a vivid
nered throughout the day. However, tion that appreciates and values you.
reminder of the threats that alcohol
at the end of the day, we somehow Mastering the art of per-
and other drug abuse pose to our
managed to get the 3rd place team sonal branding means that you are
campus community. These are trag-
for the day.” Coach Overgaard feels sending the right messages, network-
edies of the first order, tragedies that
that her team is finding out a great ing with the right career influenc-
took the lives of young people like
deal about themselves. “I thought ers, and successfully driving the per-
you. But much worse than that is the
our riding was pretty consistent this ceptions of clients, managers, and
fact that they didn't have to happen.
weekend but we found some holes potential employers. My book, “Career
While we have been free of
that we need to work on,” says Coach Smart – 5 Steps to a Powerful Per-
such tragedies at UMC, incidents like
Overgaard. “We are finding that we sonal Brand” will teach you how to:
these remind us of the importance of
are doing some things at horse shows • Leverage your passions,
good personal decision making. Loss
that we do not do at practice. We strengths, talents, and accom-
can be tragic in other ways as well—it
have to learn to work on nerves in the plishments to transition into
could be a student dropping out of
show environment and do what we do a career that gives you mean-
college due to poor academic perfor-
well, ride our horse and think through ing, purpose and inspires you.
mance resulting from alcohol or drug
the class. We are looking forward to • Strengthen your credibil-
use. We know that academic failures
hosting the next home western show ity and build visibility with people
are often directly related to excessive
on October 29th and 30th at the Uni- who can promote you, hire you,
or “binge” drinking. Faculty, staff, and
versity Teaching and Outreach Center and introduce you to others
those of us who devote our lives and
(UTOC) on the University of Minne- who could potentially hire you.
careers to the task of helping students
sota, Crookston campus. Saturday’s • Stretch yourself, flex your
learn and grow have a responsibility
show begins at 1 p.m. while Sun- professional muscles, and break
to help you make informed decisions.
day’s competition begins at 9 a.m.” through roadblocks to help you
move your career up to the next level.
Alissa Hernandez is the winner. She knew the answer to last week’s puzzle was “Open and Shut
Case.” She can pick up her free movie pass from Meloni in 236 Sargeant Student Center. Can you
guess this week’s puzzle? If you think you know the answer, send an e-mail to melonir. A winner will
be chosen from the correct answers. The winner will receive a free ticket to the Grand Theatre in
Crookston. Email your answer to Meloni prior to noon on Thursday, October 20, 2011. The winner’s
name will appear in the October 24, 2011 Eagle’s Eye.
Answers to Sudoku from page 4
Give Away: Two litters of kittens to give away. 5 kittens were born on 8-22 and 7 kittens were born on
9-6. They are adorable and cute. The owner would like to give them all to families so that she does not
have to take them to a shelter or pet store. You can reach Kimberly Gross at 218-281-4600 or via cell
218-280-0193 or you can email her to receive pictures of the kittens at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Help Wanted: New Horizon Foods now hiring dietary aide and cook positions. Full time available. Email resumes to Jasmin at nhori-
email@example.com or apply in person at Nutrition Services, RiverView Health, 323 S. Minnesota St., Crookston.
Lost Item: Black160 GB ipod classic, It has ‘Mandy Roelofs and Pslams 150:6’ engraved on the back, also has a few scratches and
dents on it, 50$ reward if found, please call (320)905-0232 if you have found it.
For Sale: 2004 Chevy Aveo for sale. 55k miles, 37mpg highway. Can get to the cities on one tank. New stereo and speakers. Replaced
half the engine for preventative maintenance over the summer. Great winter car, warms up fast and has a block heater. Never been in
an accident. Asking $6000 but all reasonable offers considered. Call, email, or text for more details; firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-388-
Help Wanted: B & E Meats in Crookston is currently hiring for the following positions: 2 skinners and 1 cutter needed during the 2011
venison harvest. There may also be future jobs for packaging. If interested, please contact Jeremy at 218-688-1035.
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