Visit our website at involvement.frostburg.edu  November 14, 2016


UpliftStudent Organization
Uplift Bodyweight Burnout
Saturday, November 19 at 12 PM
Meet at Frostburg Clocktower

Want to work out, but can never find the time? Well, Uplift has a solution! Bring a buddy to the Clocktower this Saturday at Noon to test your limits with Uplift's 30 Second Bodyweight Burnout challenges. Make sure to bring plenty of water.
Thanksgiving is only a week away,
Find out what it means to go hungry. Tonight is the Oxfam Hunger Banqeut. Get a taste of how the world eats by recieving an amount of food dependant on your "class" for the evening.

Build a song with a Bystander Message. On Tuesday, the music fraternities Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Delta Omicron, and Sigma Alpha Iota, along with the help of BURG Peer Education Network, will be hosting a program where students will work the recording artist The Billies to build a song with a Bystander Message.

 UPC Movie Night: Sausage Party. Come out and enjoy the hilarious animated film Sausage Party in Lane University Center's Atkinson room on Wednesday!


Dare to witness the awesome acrobatic acts of Gravity and Other Myths. CES will present Graviy and Other Myths as they perform "A Simple Space" on Thursday. Don't miss this gravity defying show.


Sign up with ZipCar and Save! ZipCar has given Frostburg a discount code with $10 off the membership fee and $10 of driving credit for the month of November. There's never been a better time to sign up for ZipCar.



Hope everyone's having a great semester,
Garrett Willingham '18 
Social Marketing Team SpotlightOnline Coordinator
SMTHireStudent and Community Involvement
The Social Marketing Team is Hiring

The Social Marketing Team is hiring for the following positions for the Spring 2017 semester. There are openings for the following positions: Graphic Design Intern, Marketing Intern, and Journalistic Writer. If you are interested any of these positions you can apply here.
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BLMStudent Organizations
Black Lives Matter Presentation
Monday, November 14 at 7 PM
CCIT 397

Tonight, Black Student Alliance will be hosting guest speaker, Attorney Rasheed Ali Cromwell, as he discusses the Black Lives Matter movement. If you would like to learn more about this influential movement come listen to Cromwell's presentation and you may leave with a fresh perspective.
HungerCivic Engagement
Oxfam Hunger Banquet
Monday, November 14th at 7 PM
Lane University Center
Manicur Assembly Hall

Come learn about the hunger issues that are being faced around the world.  Participants will draw their fate at the door and find out if they will be in the low, middle, or high class for the evening.
Food will be provided based on class standing.
ASAPag
Animal
Student Activities
Sierra Student Coalition Meeting
Thursday, November 17 from 2 to 3 PM
Compton 3rd Floor Lobby

Sierra Student Coalition Meeting for community and campus action related to the environment and sustainability

BystanderStudent Activities
Music with a
Bystander Message

Tuesday, November 15 from 7 to 9 PM
Lane University Center
Atkinson Room

A special program, "Music With a Bystander Message," will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 15, in the Lane University Center Atkinson Room (232) where several campus organizations will partner with recording artist The Billies. The workshop is free and open to the public.

At this workshop, more than 50 students will join with The Billies to write and produce an original song that will focus on the importance of bystander intervention in sexual assault or discrimination situations. FSU students will be taught how to have confidence so they can successfully intervene to prevent or stop sexual assault and harassment.

UPCMovieUniversity Programming Council
UPC Movie Night: 
Sausage Party
Wednesday, November 16 from 8 to 10 PM
Lane University Center
Atkinson Room

Life is good for all the food items that occupy the shelves at the local supermarket. Frank (Seth Rogen) the sausage, Brenda (Kristen Wiig) the hot dog bun, Teresa Taco and Sammy Bagel Jr. (Edward Norton) can't wait to go home with a happy customer. Soon, their world comes crashing down as poor Frank learns the horrifying truth that he will eventually become a meal. After warning his pals about their similar fate, the panicked perishables devise a plan to escape from their human enemies.
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A Simple Space
by Gravity and Other Myths
Thursday, November 17  at 7:30 PM
Performing Arts Center
F Perry Smith Studio Theatre

CES at Frostburg State University will present Australia's spectacular acrobatic artists, Gravity and Other Myths, in their performance of "A Simple Space" on Thursday, November 17, at 7:30 PM in the F. Perry Smith Studio Theatre of FSU's Performing Arts Center.

The intimate and heart-pounding show features seven fearless performers defying gravity. "A Simple Space" is playful, joyous and stunning. With driving live percussion, audience members get a truly up-close-and-personal experience in acrobatic physical theatre as they feel the heat, hear every breath and immerse themselves in every moment. As Edinburgh Festivals Magazine declared, "You will laugh and you will gasp, and you will probably spend some time with your hands over your mouth in awe."

FSU Student Tickets $5     CES Members  $22   General Public Tickets $22  
F aculty/Staff   $22    Under 17 $19.80
For more info, contact CES  at 301.687.3137
ChineseStudent Activities
Art of Chinese Paper Cutting
Thursday, November 17 from 7:30 to 9 PM
CCIT 397

Artist Mrs. Changchang Zeng will be providing a demonstration on the traditional art of Chinese paper cutting. You will have the opportunity to see the artist and then try it for yourself.  Other activities include calligraphy, origami, knot tying, and mask making. The event is being sponsored by Frostburg's Chinese Culture Club.

SpeakingOUTStudent Organizations
Speaking OUT: 
Queer Youth in Focus
Thursday, November 3 through 
Wednesday, November 16
Stephanie Ann Roper Gallery
Fine Arts Building

Speaking OUT: Queer Youth in Focus is a photographic essay that collectively explores a wide spectrum of experiences told from the perspective of a diverse group of youth ages 14 to 24 identifying as queer(i.e. lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or questioning). Portraits are presented without judgement and/or stereotype by eliminating environmental influence with a stark white backdrop. This backdrop acts as a blank canvas to be filled with each subject's point of view handwritten onto the final print. With more than 65 portraits photographed over a period of ten years beginning in 2001, Speaking OUT provides a rare insight into the ever evolving passions, confusions, prejudices, fulfillment, joys, and sorrows voiced by queer youth.

For more information, see rachelleleesmith.com/speakingout


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This event has been made possible by the generous donations from the African American Studies program, Women's Studies program, the FSU Foundation Opportunity Grant Projects, the Faculty Development and Sabbatical Subcommittee Workshop/Speaker Grant, SPECTRUM, PRIDE at Allegany College of Maryland, the African American Student Society, and the Center for Student Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.  

ZipCar Zip Car is Moving 
for the Winter

Where are the Zip Cars moving to?
In anticipation of the winter weather the Zip Cars have now been moved to the first two spots in the Pullen Lot(Student Parking Side) in order to make plowing around them easier. All this is to make sure the cars are accessible during the winter months. Stay tuned and follow TheSocialBobcat on twitter for any developments.


Want a discount on this great service?
Zipcar wants to gift you a discounted membership, $10 off membership (normally $15 annual membership) plus $10 driving credit for use Mon-Fri.
Already a member? please use the same code to receive $10 driving credit for use Mon-Fri.  
 
gift code:  Frostburg16
 
To activate the gift code  zicar.com/gift/redem

Or login to  www.zipcar.com, click on the 'my stuff' tab > 'gift certificate' tab > 'redeem' 'go here' to enter the code.

 $10 driving credit to use in the month of November 2016.
 

SpotlightOnline - Student and Community Involvement's weekly newsletter to Frostburg State's students, faculty and staff highlighting events and opportunities, submit events two weeks prior to event  by tagging event type 'SpotlightOnline' when submitting to  events.frostburg.edu

FSU's Official Online calendar events.frostburg.edu -  submit an event to Frostburg State's official online calendar at least one week prior to the event. You may multiple select from the drop-down menus event type, department and group. If your organization does not appear in the drop-down menu, email  Robert Cooper, Director of  Student Activities and Greek Life to request it be added.

Advertise your event on Digital Signage. It's as easy as submitting a .jpg or .mov (size: 1920px wide x 1080 px high) at least two weeks in advance of your event, but be sure to follow the specifications listed at www.frostburg.edu/digitalsignage

For more information, contact Social Marketing Team advisor  Missy Martz at 301.687.7597.

STUDENT ORGANIZATION EVENTS
Sustainability Awareness Society Info Table
10 AM - 12 PM
Lane University Center Table

12 - 4 PM
Lane University Center Table

Spectrum
12:30 - 2:30 PM
Compton Science Center 
2nd floor

CCC Table
1 - 3 PM
Lane University Center Table

Social Marketing Team Meeting
5 - 6 PM
Lane University Center 234

Oxfam Hunger Banquet
6 - 9 PM
Manicur Assembly Hall

Fishing Club Meeting
7 - 8 PM
Compton Science Center 328

UPC General Body Meeting
7 - 9 PM
Lane University Center 113

TUESDAY   11 /15
African Student Association Table
11 AM - 2 PM
Lane University Center Table
Music With a Bystander  
5 - 10 PM
Lane University Center 
Atkinson Room

Cooking Series
6 - 8 PM
Lane University Center 133B-C

BURG: Marijuana Program
6 - 9 PM
Lane University Center 113