"THIS WEEK ON CAMPUS"
F R O S T B U R G S T A T E U N I V E R S I T Y StateLines For and about FSU people Volume 39, Number 8, October 20, 2008 www.frostburg.edu/news/statelines.htm A publication of the FSU Office of Advancement Copy deadline: noon Wednesday, 228 Hitchins or email@example.com THIS WEEK ON CAMPUS MONDAY: Project, Prendergast has written a American Chemical Society Chapter number of books, including a recent co- “HAZE” video, 8 p.m., Lane Manicur Hall In September 2004 Pledge Gordie Bailey authored work with “Hotel Rwanda” Wins National Honor died from alcohol poisoning after passing actor Don Cheadle, “Not on Our Watch: FSU’s chapter of the Student Affiliates out on the couch in his fraternity house The Mission to End Genocide in Darfur of the American Chemical Society following a hazing initiation at the and Beyond.” He served as the Director (SAACS) has been selected to receive an University of Colorado. Come join Greek of African Affairs at the National Outstanding Chapter Award for its 2007- organizations in watching the “HAZE” Security Council in President Clinton’s 2008 activities. The FSU SAACS is one of video. Video will be followed by a administration. Free and open to the only 40 among more than 1,000 chapters discussion. Refreshments and snacks will public. Info: x4724 or overall to receive an Outstanding rating. be provided. Info: x4311. firstname.lastname@example.org. “Receiving an Outstanding rating is a Lijie, 2 p.m., Lane Loft. Lunch in the remarkable achievement, and a first for TUESDAY: Loft presents Los Angeles-based our SAACS organization,” said Weser, Reading by Author Susan Perabo, 7:30 musician Lijie, who moved to the who has been the faculty adviser for the p.m., Cook Chapel, Frost Hall. Perabo, United States from China at age 5. Her past 31 years. “This past year we had writer in residence and never-fail habit of falling hard and fast excellent leadership from the president, associate professor of in love became the impetus for her Christa Kucharczyk, her officers and English at Dickinson music. After completing college, Lijie other members in spearheading many College in Carlisle, Pa., moved to L.A. and waited tables for projects. It is through the combined and will read selections of two years while she developed her first thorough efforts of the SAACS members short stories. She is album, “Roam.” Free and open to the that this level of national recognition by the author of a public. Info: x4411. the ACS was attained.” collection of stories, Live at Loft Java Jams, 8 p.m., Lane In past years, the chapter has re- “Who I Was Supposed Loft. ceived numerous Commendable or to Be,” that was Honorable Mention awards. The FSU named a Book of the Year by the Los SATURDAY: Comedian Rebecca Corry, 9 p.m., Lane chapter was noted particularly for its Angeles Times, The Miami Herald and efforts in community service, communi- the St. Louis Post Dispatch. Perabo has Manicur Hall. Corry says her career in comedy began “when I came out of my cation and recruiting new members from also published a novel titled “The the chemistry and biology majors. The Broken Places.” Recently, Perabo’s work mother’s womb thinking, ‘What is this, some kind award-winning chapters will be recog- has appeared in “The Missouri Review,” nized in the November/December issue “Glitter Trails” and “CrazyHorse.” Info: of joke?’” After an 11- month run in the Chicago of “In Chemistry” magazine and “Chemi- x3092 or email@example.com. cal and Engineering News.” The winners production of “Tony and WEDNESDAY: Tina’s Wedding” as the will also be presented with plaques for “Discover the Power of One Decision,” pregnant maid of honor, their efforts at the 237th ACS National Bobby Petrocelli, 7 p.m., Lane Manicur Corry moved to Los Meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah, on Hall. Petrocelli has travelled the county Angeles, where, following her arrival, Sunday, March 22, 2009. sharing his inspirational message and life she appeared on HBO in her one-woman experiences to motivate and empower show, “Have You Ever Been Called a crowds all over the United States. The Dwarf?” Corry was a finalist on “Last title of his speech comes from his belief Comic Standing” and Comedy Central’s that each life’s choice impacts our future. “Premium Blend.” Free and open to the This presentation provides insight into public. Info: x4411. responsible decision making. The better prepared our foundation is, the greater SUNDAY: our chance is for success, significance Czech Pianist Radoslav Kvapil, 3 p.m., and fulfillment. Free and open to the PAC Pealer Recital Hall. The renowned public. Info: x7955. pianist was born in Brno, Moravia, and From left are Christa Kucharczyk, past Election Panel Discussion, 7 p.m., Lane he founded the International Dvorak president of FSU SAACS; Dr. Don Weser; 201. The panel will include Dr. Peggy Society, which has organized a number and current President David Morris. Dalton, who will compare the energy of concert series, including the Vysocina policies of McCain and Obama; Dr. David Lewis, who will talk about the 2008 Music Festival, Afternoon Concerts for Seniors and the American Spring Music election and the U.S. Supreme Court; Dr. Festival, the largest-running project of Steve Simpson, who will discuss the Czech-American cultural cooperation in Second Performance the Czech Republic. Kvapil’s visit to hazards of polling in the 2008 elections and Dr. Steve Twing, whose topic will be Western Maryland is in advance of his Added for CES Show, “McCain vs. Obama Foreign Policy: performance at the Kennedy Center. ‘A Celtic Christmas’ What’s the Difference?” Dr. Steve Admission Due to ticket demand for Tomáseen Hartlaub will moderate. Free and open to $10 at the Foley’s “A Celtic Christmas,” the Cultural the public. Info: x4386. door, cash Events Series at FSU has decided to add only. Info: a second performance at 7:30 p.m. on THURSDAY: x4115 or AAST Lecture: John Prendergast, “The Monday, Dec. 1. Tickets for the addi- joandevee2 tional performance in FSU’s Pealer Ongoing Genocide in Darfur,” noon, @aol.com. Lane 201. Co-chair of the ENOUGH Recital Hall, Performing Arts Center, are StateLines / 2 now available for sale. a Montana Air Force base. “I am of the Edwards, GEOG “We originally scheduled ‘A Celtic opinion that it is just a matter of time • Oct 29 – Using Rubrics & Giving Christmas’ for Tuesday, Dec. 2, and that before all the truth comes out,” Feedback - Building on the learning date sold out almost as soon as tickets Hastings says. “We are in for a very objectives and assessment activity went on sale. We were very fortunate to interesting future.” Come and hear the choices covered in the previous sessions, be able to add a second performance to “secret stories” about UFOs and decide this session will focus on creating our schedule,” said Mary Jane Plummer, for yourself if they are fact or fiction. detailed evaluation and feedback rubrics director of CES. The event is free and open to the for specific constructed response “A Celtic Christmas” is a joyous and public. For information, contact the learning activities such as an oral unforgettable celebration of the season. Lane University Center Information desk presentation, a written project paper, a An acclaimed Irish storyteller, Foley at x4411. research/laboratory report, a case recreates the joy and innocence of a analysis, a mathematical or science night before Christmas in a farmhouse in the remote parish of Teampall an Visual Art problem solution, or an artistic or athletic performance. Rubric topics Ghleanntain in the west of Ireland, covered will include types of rubrics, when the neighbors gather around the rubric design and construction, and fire to grace the long wintry night with ‘Local Landscape’ rubric evaluation. Feedback topics the laughter of their stories and the joy Juried Exhibition at AAC covered will include sources of of their music and dances. The Juried Local Landscape Art feedback, characteristics of good Foley’s “A Celtic Christmas” features Exhibition will be on display through feedback and sources of resistance to Grammy-award winning guitarist William Oct. 18 in the Saville Gallery in Cumber- feedback. – by Tom Hawk, MGMT Coulter, renowned Irish fiddler and Irish land. The theme is the artist’s interpre- • Nov 5 – Wrap Up – Putting the dancer Kathleen Keane, acclaimed piper tation of the term “Local Landscape.” Pieces Together into the Assessment Brian Bigley and world champion Irish Shirley Giarritta is the juror for the Process - This session will provide basic harpist and champion Irish step dancer exhibit. The exhibit is sponsored by the insight into and guidance on how to Marta Cook. FSU Art Club, the Allegany Arts Council link classroom assessment with the Tickets for the additional performance and Kappa Pi. There will be a closing overall program assessment efforts of are $18 for adults and $13 for those reception on Oct. 18 from 6 to 8 p.m. departments/programs/units. – by John under 17; discounted group tickets are For information, call Jackie Brown at O’Rorke, POSC available. Tickets may be ordered by x4319 or firstname.lastname@example.org. • “Reflection Reception,” Friday calling x3137 or online at http:// Nov. 7, 3 to 5 p.m. in the upstairs room ces.frostburg.edu. of Sand Spring Saloon for all teachers at “A Celtic Christmas” is graciously Community Art Exhibition FSU. Before the end of term, but after supported by The Peter and Iris Halmos Family Foundation. to Display at Roper we have been hard at work for a few months, come ask and answer questions FSU’s Juried Community Art Exhibi- about what you have been doing, what tion will be on display through Nov. 8 Speakers could you do better, what’s working, in the Stephanie Roper Art Gallery. what can you change – before it’s too Susan Dodge, lecturer in art at FSU, late in the semester. Finger foods, was the juror for the exhibit. There will appetizers and wine will be served. Ghost Hunter Offers be a $100 award for the winner in each Pre-Halloween Talk category. Categories include best in show, painting, sculpture, photography, Protect Yourself Stephanie Davisson, vice president of Advanced Ghost Hunters of Seattle- printmaking, ceramics, illustration, jewelry and best student work from the Flu Bug Tacoma (AGHOST), will speak at FSU on For information, contact Patti Graham Flu vaccinations will be available at Thursday, Oct. 30, at 8 p.m., in the at x4797 during normal business hours, Brady Health Center on Tuesday, Oct. Lane University Center Manicur Assem- or Dustin Davis at 301-722-6397 after 21 from 3 to 5 p.m. and Wednesday, bly Hall. business hours. Oct. 22, from 3 to 5 p.m. on a walk-in Hollywood has worked to convince basis. Cost is $20 for the flu shot and Take Note moviegoers that a scene from “The $25 for the Flu Mist nasal vaccine Poltergeist” is an accurate representa- payable by cash, check or Bobcat tion of a paranormal investigation. Express. However, professional ghost hunters like Davisson are quick to point out that Student Learning & Campus to Community although such scenarios are exciting, they are completely fictional. Davisson Assessment Series Grant Applications will attempt to dispel certain myths and The Center for Teaching Excellence Advisory Group is hosting a series of The Gira Campus to Community Grant educate the audience on the realities of has sent by e-mail an Invitation for the supernatural world. Davisson’s presentations on Student Learning and Assessment in the Compton Conference Applications for spring 2009 project lecture will be followed by a real ghost awards. More than $6,000 will be hunt on campus. Room at 3 p.m. on the following Wednesdays. available to support spring 2009 projects The event is free and open to the and programs that involve students in public. For information, contact the While these are designed as a set of complementary sessions, each building community outreach/leadership/ Lane University Center information desk mentoring/internship/travel opportuni- at x4411. on and reinforcing the earlier ones, please feel free to pick and choose ties. The invitation, which includes an which you wish to attend and which fit application and criteria for grant awards, UFO Researcher to your schedule. was e-mailed recently. The deadline for grant applications, which can be Discuss the ‘Secret Story’ • Oct 8 – Student Learning Assess- ment Primer – by John O’Rorke, POSC submitted by individual students or Robert Hastings, professional Uniden- • Oct 15 – Creating Learning faculty or by student or departmental tified Flying Object researcher, will Objectives – by Jodi Welsch, EDUC organizations, will be Monday, Oct. 20. speak at FSU on “UFOs: The Secret • Oct 22 – Designing Assessments - For information, contact Dave Fell, Gira Story” Tuesday, Oct. 28, at 8 p.m., in Using a hands-on approach, this session Committee Chair, at FR 110, x4218 or the Lane University Center Manicur will focus on using learning objectives email@example.com, or any member of Assembly Hall. to build in-class assessment activities the committee (Lynn Neddo, Cherie Hastings has been a believer in the that can help you accurately gauge Krug, Bill Mandicott, Shannon Gribble). existence of aliens and UFOs since age student learning while engaging stu- 16, when he said he witnessed one from dents in the learning process. – by Tracy StateLines / 3 Planning to Graduate www.gmac.com/gmac. GRE and Praxis are both administered at the FSU testing learning what issues concern you the most. in December? center. While there are many topics to cover, If you are planning to graduate at the your input matters, and members of the campus community are a key part of the Deadlines end of this semester, please note the following: online discussion Blog from the ‘BURG The 133rd Commencement Ceremony hopes to generate through thoughtful comments posted by readers. So let us is scheduled for Saturday, Dec 20, in the Harold J. Cordts Physical Education Graduation Exceptions: know what would interest you, and what Center. The College of Liberal Arts and Deadlines For December you want to hear more about by sending Sciences will hold its ceremony at 10 Are you planning a December 2008 your suggestions to a.m., while the College of Business and graduation? If your official degree BURGblog@frostburg.edu. And visit College of Education will present their progress report indicates you have not Blog from the ‘BURG at http:// graduates at the 2 p.m. ceremony. Please completed all requirements and you blogfromtheburg.blogspot.com. complete your graduation application in have a basis to request an exception, PAWS now. This will enable you to receive information about your upcom- submit your written appeal letter and Blackout Days @ FSU supporting letters and documentation to Every Thursday, the Sierra Student ing Commencement. the Academic Standards Subcommittee, Coalition is declaring Blackout Day, a • The first Commencement mailing Office of the Provost, Hitchins 213, by 4 day of energy awareness and conserva- was sent the first part of October to p.m. on Nov. 13 for the November tion. The SSC encourages everyone to both your local and your permanent meeting (last chance for graduation use this day to really look at the address. Please update your address exceptions and inclusion in the Com- amount of energy you are using and to information in PAWS to assure that you mencement Booklet). If you have find ways to reduce that amount. Simple will receive all the details. questions or concerns, please call the actions like making sure lights are off, • Caps and gowns are provided at no Provost’s Office at x4212. unplugging cell phone chargers and cost to all graduates and may be Get Involved turning your computer off instead of ordered online along with graduation putting it in sleep mode can add up to a announcements, class rings and other HUGE amount of energy saved. items at the Bookstore’s Graduation To show your participation and make Center Web site http:// frostburg.collegestoreonline.com. Your V-Day Handbag Drive a significant statement for energy V-Day is a global movement to stop conservation, please make sure all your order must be placed by Oct. 24. sexual violence against women and girls. lights are turned off from noon to 1 Full details about Commencement are Help the movement out with a used p.m. every Thursday, as well as any on the University’s Web site. Go to handbag drive now through Oct. 24. The electronic devices you do not absolutely “Current Students.” Commencement bags will be given to La Posada, a teen- need to use. Noon was chosen because it information is under Academics on the mother transitional home, and will help is the middle of the day, so on most left side. fund the V-Day program here at FSU! days the sun will be shining its bright- If you have any other questions about Bags can be dropped off at the est. If we all take just one hour from Commencement, please contact Brittni Braddock House anytime or at the V-Day our day to drastically reduce our energy Teter at x4423 or table in the Lane University Center usage, we can save a lot of energy, keep firstname.lastname@example.org. Monday, Oct. 20, to Thursday, Oct. 23. a lot of carbon out of the atmosphere Come to the Braddock House for a and take a huge step toward a more News for Grad Students meeting Monday, Oct. 20, at 8 p.m. environmentally friendly campus. Like to know more? Contact Dawn Lucas If you have any questions about December 2008 Commencement Blackout Day @ FSU or any other Graduate students who plan to at email@example.com. environmental issue, please e-mail graduate in December 2008 need to SSC@frostburg.edu. complete the “Application for Gradua- Raise Your Vote Voter tion” by Nov. 4 to be listed in the December 2008 Commencement Program. Registration Returns Catholic Campus Ministry The forms are available at the Office of As the general election nears, the CCM’s annual celebration of German Graduate Services, 141 Pullen Hall, or by Student Center for Volunteerism is food, “Oktoberfest Dinner,” will be calling x7053. reminding everyone that the Raise Your Tuesday, Oct. 21, at 6 p.m. in the Vote Voter Registration Campaign is Osborne Newman Center’s Bishop Murphy Graduate Program Open House under way. Hall. Call 301-689-5041 for info. Frostburg Campus and USM Hagers- During this fall’s campaign, students town – Students who may be interested will have the ability to register to vote in continuing their graduate studies in the General Election, request an Writing Green: E=(LG)2 through FSU should plan to attend an absentee ballot for the General Election Students are encouraged to submit Open House and Advising Seminar on and get general information about work to the Fall ‘08 issue of the student Wednesday, Oct. 22, from 5 to 8 p.m. voting in Maryland. magazine E=(LG)2. We will consider at the USM Hagerstown at 32 W. Wash- Tables will be the Lane University 200- to 1,000-word articles with an ington St., Hagerstown, or Wednesday, Center Second Floor Lobby on Mondays environmental or sustainability empha- Nov. 5, from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Lane through Oct. 20, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. sis, including photos and digital art- University Center Manicur Assembly All SCV members at the table will be work. For info, contact Sydney Duncan Hall. See the Web site for details at certified Voter Registration Volunteers. at firstname.lastname@example.org. Send www.frostburg.edu/grad ). For info, visit materials to Lgmag@frostburg.edu by MBA Applicants for Spring 2009 organizations.frostburg.edu/ Oct. 21. The Web site is The MBA program requires that studentvolunteerism/ryv2008/ or organizations.frostburg.edu/LgMag. students entering the MBA Program contact the Office of Leadership and complete the GMAT (Graduate Manage- ment Admissions Test) or the GRE Civic Engagement at x4210. International (Graduate Record Examination). GRE What’s on Your Mind? testing registration information is Got an idea for a topic that could be Thinking About Study available through the Educational Testing Services Web site at www.ets.org posted on Blog from the ‘BURG, Dr. Abroad Summer or Fall? or by calling the FSU Counseling Center Gibralter’s blog about FSU? E-mail your Visit the Center for International at x7990. For information regarding the idea to BURGblog@frostburg.edu. We Education in the Fuller House to check out GMAT please review the Web site at are interested in hearing from you and the many different opportunities avail- StateLines / 4 able. Some programs allow students to pay FSU tuition for universities located in teens and young adults, with prerequi- sites including a round-off and a kick ‘FSU This Week’ Ireland, England, Japan and many other over from a bridge (back walk-over). “FSU This Week,” a 15-minute TV countries. The CIE office number is x4714. Classes are limited to 12 students and newsmagazine about FSU, will air on Don’t delay! Deadline for summer and fall will be conducted on Tuesdays, Oct. 21 FSU-TV3 at 3 and 6 p.m. on Thursdays ‘09 applications is Feb. 27. to Nov. 18, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. starting Tuesday, Oct. 23. The program Advance registration is required. is a production of the Department of Grad Student Study Abroad Opportunity Mass Communication’s TV News Produc- The Fulbright Scholarship Kayak Rolling Sessions tion class. Please check out the Charlie Program will accept applications until Kayak Rolling Sessions will be offered Gibsons and Katie Courics of tomorrow, Oct. 20. Students have a few more in the FSU swimming pool in the Cordts and if you can, give them some feedback weeks to apply for one of approximately PE Center on Tuesdays, from Oct. 21 to and support. 1,500 grants to over 140 countries. This Nov. 18. The sessions will be conducted Also, be advised that for the rest of federally sponsored program provides from 9 to 10:30 p.m. the semester you may encounter the students the opportunity to study, The sessions do not have an instruc- crews of “FSU This Week” at work on conduct research and teach in other tor. Experienced kayakers will have the campus. Please give them your coopera- countries. For more details, visit the opportunity to practice their rolling tion. Fulbright Scholarship Program Web site skills. Participants must provide their For more information about the show, at www.us.fulbrightonline.org or contact own kayak. Kayaks must be clean and please contact Thomas A. Lewis, Artist the Center for International Education: free of leaves and river debris. The cost in Residence, Department of Mass x4714. will be $5 per session. A lifeguard will Communication at be present. email@example.com. Activities for Life Youth Climbing Classes Two four-week climbing classes for Schedule for Oct. 20–24 For information and registration, contact children ranging in age from 6 to 9 the junior climbing class and 10 to 14 for Monday: Amy Nazelrod, AFL coordinator, at x7934 the regular climbing class. The junior 3 p.m. NASA SCI Files “The Case of the or firstname.lastname@example.org. climbing class will be held on Monday Zany Animal Antics” Infant/Toddler and Pre-School Swimming evenings from Nov. 2 to Nov. 24, from 5 4 p.m. Human Geography: People, Places Infant/toddler and pre-school swim- to 7 p.m. The regular climbing class will and Change: “The World of the Dragon” ming lessons will be offered in the FSU be held on Wednesday evenings from 4:30 p.m. Earth Revealed: “Intrusive Pool in the Cordts PE Center. All classes Oct. 29 to Nov. 19, from 5 to 7 p.m. Igneous Rocks” will be conducted on Monday and Both classes will be conducted in the 5 p.m. African American Studies Guest Wednesday evenings. The classes will be Cordts PE Center, Room 170. Each class Lecturer: Dr. David Taft Terry held from Oct. 27 to Nov. 12, from 7 to is limited to six participants, with a Tuesday: 7:45 p.m. minimum of three for the classes to be 3 & 6 p.m. Going Green with Dr. G. The Infant/Toddler Swimming Class is held. 3:30 & 6:30 p.m. FSU Women’s Soccer vs. for children ages 3 to 36 months, and The courses are designed to introduce Penn State Behrend the Pre-School Swimming Class is for children to the sport of climbing. The children ages 3 to 4. Both classes courses will include instruction in safety Wednesday: require parents to be in the water and to as well as proper stretching and climb- 3 & 6 p.m. Learning Math: Patterns, participate along with their children. ing techniques. The courses will also Functions & Algebra: “Non-Linear Func- Advance registration is required. include instruction in teamwork, tions” Youth and Advanced Swimming Lessons communication skills and responsibility. 3:30 & 6:30 p.m. FSU Clarinet Ensemble The instructor will be Tylor Street. Fall 2006 Youth and advanced swimming Street holds a Maryland TopRope 4:30 & 7:30 p.m. The Habitable Planet: lessons will be offered for children Certification and is currently an AMGA “Water Resources” (Repeat at 5 & 8 p.m.) ranging in age from 5 to 12 on Monday Gym Instructor Candidate. 5:30 & 8:30 p.m. Democracy in America: and Wednesday evenings from Oct. 27 to “Interest Groups: Organized to Influence” Nov. 12. The classes will be conducted in the FSU pool in the Cordts PE Center Thursday: from 6 to 6:50 p.m. 3 & 6 p.m. FSU This Week Youth swimming lessons are separated 3:30 & 6:30 p.m. FSU Men’s Soccer vs. into skill levels. Advanced swimming Penn State Behrend lessons are for those interested in Going Green With Dr. G. Friday: learning advanced swimming skills or FSU-TV3 and the Department of Mass preparing for a swim team. 3 & 6 p.m. Bridging World History: Communication wish to announce a new “Human Migrations” Advanced registration is required. television program, “Going Green With 3:30 & 6:30 p.m. NASA “Destination Tumbling Classes Dr. G.” University President Jonathan Tomorrow” A variety of tumbling classes will be Gibralter hosts the show that features 4 & 7 p.m. Essential Science for Teachers: offered for children ranging in age from topics related to global environmental “Properties & Classification of Matter” 5 to teens and young adults, all starting sustainability and the Green Initiative at 5 & 8 p.m. Social Studies in Action: “The on Oct. 21 and held in the Cordts PE FSU. Executive produced by Assistant Amistad Case” (Repeat at 5:30 & 8:30 Center in room 170. Professor Micheal McAlexander and p.m.) The Beginner Tumbling classes are for produced by Mass Communication children ages 5 to 12 and are limited to students Chris Landrum and Richard 15 students. They will be conducted on Sours, the show will tape five episodes during the Fall 2008 semester. Community Tuesdays, Oct. 21 to Nov. 18, from 5 to 6 p.m. The class will include basic floor The first episode will air on FSU-TV3 tumbling exercises and some work on on Tuesday, Oct. 21, at 3 to 6 p.m. and the low balance beam. will be available online shortly thereaf- University Neighbors The Intermediate Tumbling classes are ter. The series producers are still consider- Planning Fall Fest for children ages 5 to 12, with prerequi- University Neighbors, an association sites including a round-off and a kick ing topics and guests for this semester, of residents and property owners in the over from a bridge (back walk-over). so if you have an idea for the show, neighborhood adjacent to the FSU Classes are limited to 12 students and contact McAlexander at campus, will host a Fall Fest on Sunday, will be conducted on Tuesdays, Oct. 21 email@example.com or Oct. 26, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Frost- to Nov. 18, from 6 to 7 p.m. x3013. burg Museum, 69 Hill St. The event is an The Advanced Tumbling classes are for StateLines / 5 opportunity for year-round residents and FSU students to get to know one another in a fun, family-oriented atmosphere. FSU Events Calendar The Fall Fest will include various activities for all ages, including pumpkin MONDAY, OCTOBER 20 decorating and caramel apple making. * FSU Bookstore Grad Fair ......................... 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. ........ Lane Lower Lobby The public is invited to come dressed in * Voter Registration .................................... 11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. .................. Lane Lobby costume and prizes will be awarded for * Greek Council ................................................... 5:45 p.m. ............................... Lane 201 * GOLD Council ................................................... 8:00 p.m. ............................... Lane 201 both children and adults. There will be haunted museum tours complete with TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21 ghost stories and theme music. Refresh- * FSU Bookstore Balfour Ring Day ............ 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. .................. Lane Lobby ments will be served. Door prizes * RHA Meeting ..................................................... 5:00 p.m. .................... Dunkle Hall 218 donated by local businesses will be * Women’s Volleyball: Pitt-Greensburg ............... 7:00 p.m. ..................................... Home awarded throughout the evening to those in attendance. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22 University Neighbors is an association * Student Recital Series #3 ................................. 3:00 p.m. ........ PAC Pealer Recital Hall built by and for neighbors who live in * BURG General Body Meeting ........................... 4:00 p.m. ..... Cordts PEC Leake Room the area near the FSU campus. Its * Women’s Field Hockey: Goucher ..................... 4:00 p.m. ...................................... Away mission is to work for neighborhood * S.A.F.E. Office: Bobby Petrocelli ...................... 7:00 p.m. ........................ Lane ARMAH revitalization by advocating for positive * Political Science: Election Panel ...................... 7:00 p.m. ............................... Lane 201 community change. Because the neigh- borhood is shared by both year-round THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23 residents and off-campus students, the * African American Studies Lecture Series: John Prendergast, Humanitarian & Co association strives to build stronger, Chair, ENOUGH Project, “The Ongoing Genocide in Darfur” ........................................................................ noon-1:30 p.m. .......................... Lane 201 more positive relationships among these * UPC Lunch in the Loft Music Series: Lijie ........ 2:00 p.m. ......... Derezinski Lounge/Loft groups. * SGA Meeting ..................................................... 7:30 p.m. ............................... Lane 201 The Fall Fest caps a weekend of * UPC Life at the Loft: Java Jams ....................... 8:00 p.m. ........................ Lane ARMAH activities designed to bring the campus and the community closer together. On FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24 Saturday, Oct. 24, from 1 to 3 p.m., the * UPC Off-Campus Trip: Glass Menagerie @ Cumberland Theatre, Cumberland, MD downhill residence halls on the FSU Bus departs at 7:00 p.m. from the PAC Lot campus will host the annual trick or treating for area children. There will be SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25 a haunted house in Cumberland Hall and * Football: Randolph Macon ................................ 1:00 p.m. ...................................... Away face painting, games, mask making and * Women’s Soccer: Mt. Aloysius ......................... 1:00 p.m. ...................................... Away movies in both Annapolis and Cumber- * Women’s Volleyball: Franciscan ...................... 1:00 p.m. ..................................... Home land Halls. * Women’s Field Hockey: York ............................ 1:00 p.m. ...................................... Away * Men’s Soccer: Mt. Aloysius ............................... 3:00 p.m. ...................................... Away * Women’s Volleyball: FSU Alumni Game .......... 4:00 p.m. ..................................... Home * UPC Comedy: Rebecca Corry .......................... 9:00 p.m. ........................ Lane ARMAH SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26 * CCM Mass .................................................. noon & 8:00 p.m. ................... Cook Chapel * Women’s Field Hockey: Wesley ....................... 1:00 p.m. ..................................... Home * Planetarium: How Stars are Born and Shine ... 4 & 7 p.m. ............................ Tawes Hall * Open to the public. Questions? Call 301-687-4411. All information subject to change. Note: FSU is committed to making all of its programs, services and activities accessible to persons with disabilities. To request accommodations through the ADA Compliance Office, call 301-687-4102 or use a Voice Relay Operator at 1-800-735-2258. 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