Want to be an Orientation Mentor?
Applications are due Friday, March 14! If you had a great time at orientation and you love UC, there is a place on our team for you! We've expanded the positions to include more opportunities to be involved. This is a PAID position! July 9-19. For more information and to fill out the application, visit utica.edu/orientation. Applications are due Friday, March 14 at 10:00 pm! Questions? See Courtney Witherspoon 109 Hubbard Hall, firstname.lastname@example.org
The UC GSA (Gay-Straight Alliance) will be hosting Ally Week from March 3-7! Come see us from 12-2 pm outside the Caf on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday of this week for:
-NoH8 campaign: get your picture taken with your friends to show you're an ally!
-Hug An Ally: hug a member of the GSA and get a free sticker!
-Drag Show Sign-Ups: sign up to participate in our Drag Show, which will be held April 16 at 7pm in the Library Concourse.
If you are interested in checking out the GSA for yourself, feel free to stop in our meetings! We meet every Wednesday at 12:30 in Hubbard 109. Everyone is welcome!
It’s time to think about housing selection! The first steps in the housing selection process are paying your $200 housing deposit to Student Financial Services (between Monday March 3rd and Monday March 31st), and filling out the online Housing Agreement, which opens Monday March 3rd. All requests for a housing deposit extension must be sent to Director of Residence Life, Carl Lohmann (email@example.com) no later than 5pm on Friday March 28th. All requests to be released from campus housing as a rising sophomore must be sent to Director of Residence Life, Carl Lohmann (firstname.lastname@example.org) no later than 5pm on Friday March 28th. If you have questions feel free to stop by Residence Life, located in North Hall!
UC Theatre Presents Cinderella Waltz (March 6th-9th)
Performances of Cinderella Waltz will take place March 6th-8th at 8:00 p.m. and March 9th at 2:00 p.m in the Strebel Auditorium. Utica College Theatre promises an unforgettable tale as enchanting as it is hilarious. Come to more than one show -- there are two separate casts for alternating performances! Tickets available at the door; $4 general admission. "Rosey Snow is trapped in a fairy tale world that is by turns funny and a little frightening, with her stepsisters Goneril and Regan, her demented stepmother, her lecherous father, a bewildered Prince, a fairy godmother who sings salty old sailor songs, a troll and a possibly homicidal village idiot. Grotesque farce and romantic fantasy blend in a fairy tale for adults." — Samuel French
Backpack to Briefcase Seminar - Week 5
Laurel Simer, Assistant Sports Information Director at UC and PR ‘06 grad will present the 4th seminar in the Career Services’ Backpack to Briefcase Series on Wednesday, March 12th from 1:00 until 2:00 in the Willard Conference Room. Laurel will discuss job search strategies and what to look for in an employer. All students are welcome to attend and a goody bag will be raffled.
High: 41 Low: 20
High: 39 Low: 18
High: 31 Low: 23
3/6 vs. SUNYIT
For submissions to the Daysheet, e-mail email@example.com. Your post will go up within 2 days from the day it was sent.
Keep your refrigerator at 42 degrees Fahrenheit and your freezer at 0 degrees F. Maintaining these temperatures is best for food storage. Save energy and help the environment by not having your refrigerator and freezer too cold!
Sponsored by UC Christian Fellowship Tuesdays @ 7 PM
Meeting in Crisifulli Lounge Room 202 Deperno Hall
Led by Dr. Daniel Barr and Pastor Aaron Goerner
Commencement National Anthem
Are you a graduating senior? Do you possess a wonderful ability to sing? Would you like to sing the National Anthem at Commencement? If you answered yes to all three of these questions, contact Joe Gutowski, Director of Student Activities & Strebel Student Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or x3037 to sign up for an audition. Auditions will take place the week of March 24th and should take no longer than 15 minutes.
Nominations sought for 2014 Dean Robert Woods Student Life Awards
The Office of Student Affairs is seeking nominations of eligible students for the Dean Robert Woods Student Life Award. Please consider nominating students (usually completing their academic career) you know who have made significant contributions to the College through leadership, while maintaining at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA. You may nominate a student (or students) by forwarding the name of your nominee with an accompanying summary detailing what you consider to be the student’s qualifications for this award, to Louise Phelps at email@example.com. Nominations must be received no later than 5:00 pm on Friday, March 7. This is our “premier” student leadership award. Finalists chosen for this award will be invited to and recognized at the Annual Student Recognition Brunch in April.
PE Classes begin on March 24
The last day to add a PE class is March 26 at 5pm in the Registrar's Office (123 White Hall). You will need your academic adviser's signature on a registration card in order to add a PE class. Call 315-792-3393 for more information.
HS/PT Students: Required Meeting for Incoming DPT Students
All students planning to enter the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program this summer (the DPT Class of 2017) must attend a REQUIRED meeting on Wednesday, March 12 beginning at 12:00 PM in Romano 103. Please confirm your plans to attend by contacting Gayle Kilburn at 792-3059 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For further information contact Dr. Thomas Crist at 792-3092 or email@example.com.
History Brown Bag Lunch Lecture
On Wednesday, March 12 at 12:30 in the DuRoss Faculty Dining Room. Our speaker is Trais Pearson (Cornell University) whose talk will be “Medico-Legal Politics: Forensic Medicine and Sovereignty in Siam at the Turn of the Twentieth Century.” It’s a great story of how the British were literally able to get away with murder in 19th century Siam using forensic evidence and how this contributed to the debate of how under extraterritorial law, forensic medicine became a crucial but overlooked arena for the reconstruction of Siamese sovereignty.
What's CORE? Info Luncheon
Core requirements at Utica College are being revised. Did you have a required class that you really enjoyed? Did you want to take a class that you just couldn't fit in your schedule? Do you think all students should be required to do an internship or community service? Share with The Core Task Force what YOUR experiences have been and what you recommend for future UC students! Sign up to have lunch with us! Thursday, March 6 @ 11:30am in CDR, Wednesday, March 25 @ 12:30pm in FDR and Tuesday, April 15 @1pm in FDR. Sign up in Student Activities and contact bapirain@Utica.edu with questions.
Art Donation Drive
Artists of UC -- is there a piece you'd be interested in donating to a great cause? A Pro/Am Art & Artisan Auction will take place on March 20th to benefit The Parkway Center. If you’d like to donate artwork to be auctioned, visit the Arts & Sciences office (Gordon 286) to fill out an agreement form. Parkway Center must receive all artwork on or before March 1st; we can deliver everything to the center if requested. For more info check out the Utica College Fine Arts page on Facebook.
What: BIOLOGY 102
When: WEDNESDAYS 6 TO 8 PM
When: FRIDAYS, 4 to 6 PM
Where: FAC 102 (Faculty Center),
for BOTH DAYS
Also: CHE 212, PHYSICS & MORE
When: MONDAYS 6:30 to 8:30 PM
Where: Hubbard 104
When: TUESDAYS, 4 to 6 PM
Where: Hubbard 206
SMARTHINKING ONLINE TUTORING is NOW AVAILABLE!
· Connect With a Tutor and interact LIVE for a variety of subjects
· Submit your Writing for any class to our Online Writing Lab
· Submit a Question 24/7 and receive a reply from an online tutor!
Go to: www.utica.edu/smarthinking
Need to pick up one credit for the spring semester?
Check out these courses:
MUS 240 African Drumming
FIA 200 C Introduction to Book Arts
Enroll by: April 3rd.
Student Bloggers Needed!
Flexible job Blogging and Tweeting about your experiences at Utica College.
Contact Ryan Mortensen at: 792-3330.
Please join us for the Professor Harry F. and Mary Ruth Jackson Lunch Hour Series
Wednesday March 12th at 12:30pm in Macfarlane Auditorium.
Katherine Howe is the New York Times bestselling author of The Physick Book of Deliverance Dane and The House of Velvet and Glass. Her third novel, an updating of The Crucible set in a Massachusetts prep school, is called Conversion and will be released from Putnam on July 1, 2014. She has hosted “Salem: Unmasking the Devil” for the National Geographic Channel, and her fiction has been translated into over twenty-five languages.
Hope to see you there!
Classic 20th Century Fiction Discussion Group
The Institute for Excellence in Education, is hosting a discussion group of Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man. Ellison's work is a thought-provoking classic that examines a wide variety of life events as experienced by an intelligent, young Black man. Like a series of fascinating vignettes, the book will draw you in as you follow the protagonist's experiences and watch as others unravel what could have been his deservedly successful life.
Book discussion: Tuesday, April 22nd, 6:30 pm, Utica Public Library, 303 Genesee St.
Registered participants will receive a free copy of the book and a handout of discussion questions on a first-come/first-served basis.
If you would like to participate, please contact Patrice Hallock in the Education Office (792-3815) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dining Commons Menu for,
March 7, 2014
*Menu is subject to change*
Breakfast: Oatmeal, Grits, Fried Eggs, Scrambled Eggs, Sausage Gravy & Biscuits, Omelets, Bagels, Apple Pancakes, Home Fried Potatoes, Grilled Kielbasa, Apple Cinnamon Mini Scones, Low Fat Banana Muffin
Lunch: Lighthouse Clam Chowder, Three Mushroom Barley, Southwest Beefy Macaroni, Fish Sandwich, Summer Squash & Carrot Medley, Southern Cole Slaw, Garlic Bread, Baked Potato Bar, Vegetarian Burrito, Borracho Beans, Garden Pasta Salad, Chocolate Chip Cookies, Butterfinger Cinnamon Toast Bar, Dirt Pudding Cup
Dinner: Orange Pan-Seared & Roasted Salmon, Rice Pilaf, Quesadilla Bar, Steamed Fresh Baby Carrots, Green Benas w/ Lemon & Walnuts, Herb Grilled Chicken Breast, Mashed Potato Matini Bar, Vegetarian Shepard's Pie w/ Lentils, Pineapple Upside Down Cake, Oreo Delight Cheesecake