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The Press. (Cortland, N.Y.) 1972-1990, October 20, 1989, Image 2

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TWO{fhe Press/October 20, 1989 • rze C.L.U.E. (Corthmd Leadcrsllip Understanding a.nd Exploration) Workshop Please join us on Sat., Oct. 2 I for a DISCOVERY conference on \Organizational Success\. The conference will be held in Brockway Lounge from lOam- 3:30pm (lunch is included). Topics to be addressed are: How to Run a Meeting (including agendas and minutes), Needs Assessment, Group Dynamics/Motivation, and Organizational Struc- ture/Delegation. There is no charge for participating. Sign up in Corey, room 406. The Finger Lakes craftsrncn are holding their I Oth annual \Christ- mas in October\ arts and crafts show and sale Sat. and Sun., Oct. 28- 29 from 10 am- 6 pm both days at the Monroe County Fairgrounds Dome Arena in Rochester, NY. There will be over 180original ellhibits. It's the largest indoor show of its type in the northeast. Admission is $1 .50, under 12 free and free pa.rking is available. An orientation meeting for all EDU 377 students will be held on Tues. Oct. 24,1989from8 -9 am at Corey UnionintheFunctionRoom. EDU 377 placements will be distributed. The Latin Students Union cordially invites you and members of your organization to our Halloween Party. This event will take place on Oct. 28, at 8:30pm, in the Function Room of Corey Union. Tickets are $2.00 in advance and $3.00 at the door and they can be ()Urchased through our office or from any LSU member. We are working diligently in organizing this fund raising program to help the victims of Hurricane Hugo. We need y()ur support to help the people of Puerto Rico through this tragedy. If you can not attend donations are being accepted at this time. Honors Student Programming Committee announced. A student planning committee for the All-College Honors Program has been appointed. Tom Bonn, Acting Coordinator for the College Honors Program announced that Karen Brade, Teresa Eckhardt, Cathleen McDermott, Jean-Marie Murphy, Karen Jordan, Kim Knoeller, Pa.m Kocher, Kris Kreydatus, J ackiePetrie, Kimberly Roe, and Jennifer Wickham will serve on the committee. The group is charged with planning academic and social events and assisting in the design and management of the Honors Student Center in Winchell Hall. Dr. Marjorie Siegel, assistant professor of education at the Univer- sity of Rochester, will lecture on the role of \critical thinking\ as an educational tool at 7 p.m., Mon., Oct. 23, in the Corey Union Exhibition Lounge at State University College at Cortland. She will present two other on-campus programs Oct. 23. The first will be a sandwich seminar at noon in the Old Main Faculty Staff Lounge titled \Reflective Inquiry/ Reflective Practice: An Overview of Reading to Learn Mathematics.\ The second will be two-hour presentation to an education research class at 4:20p.m. in Van Hoesen room 140 titled \From Interpretive to Educative Research.\ R.S.V.P., Volunteer Student Escort Service on campus, is looking for new members. If you are interested in more information, please contact your Residence Hall Director or Resident Assistant. GET INVOLVED! SAFE TRICK OR TREATING IN DEGROAT HALL Faculty, staff and students are welcome to bring their children to DeGroat Hall on Sun. Oct. 29 from 2-5 p.m. for Safe Trick or Treating. Residents of DeGroat will pmvide treats for the children during this time as they travel from door to door in their costumes. Safe Trick or Treat rooms will be marked with a pumpkin sign on the door. Parents and children are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to Trick or Treat a few days before Halloween without battling the weather or the long walks througll the neighborhood. Refreshments will be served in the main lobby of DeGroat Hall. If there are any questions, please call Julie Phillips, DeGroat Director, at 753-2618. Hope to see you there! *HAUNTED HOUSE* The DeGroat/Cheney Haunted House will open its doors to the college and community on Thurs. Oct. 26 and Fri. Oct. 27 from 7 to 9 p.m. Spooks will greet visitors at the main entrance to DeGroat Hall to guide them through a maze of goblins, creepsa11d frights sure to make anyone's blood curl! The cost is $1 forlhose 16 and under and $1.50 for students and adults with proceeds going to the United Way. Any questions, please call753-2618 or753-2617. And join us for two nights of terrifying delight! Career Fair: Learn about your opportunities On Thursday, October 26, 1-4pm, Corey Union, visit with more then 70organizations from large and small business, government, education and not for profits (hu.man services, health, etc.) who come to Cortland to talk to you and the students from Elmira College, Keuka College, Tompkins Cortland Community College, and Wells College. . Learn about opportunities at representative organizations. Find out what entry level jobs are for graduatt:s. Ask how many chooses new hires: what are the important skills? Question the amount and kind of experience required. Match your strenghts and skills to their need!>! A career fair lets you ask about opportunities for marketing positions at hospitals, lets you determine how much math is required for actuarial exams, lets you discover the extent of teaching positions at BOCES, lets you learn about training programs in a bank, explore sales as a career, find out the variety of government agencies or any other question you may have. Jobs for the 90's is a Career Fair for you; visit, take, learn and follow up: You may find your perfect career goal on Thrusday afternoon! Career Servic_e Events: Credentials Workshop Monday, October 23 4pm Recruitment/Networking Tuesday, October 24 4pm Career Fair Thursday, October 26 l-4 Corey Resumes Monday, October 30 4pm Cover Letter Wednesday, November 14pm Resume Contest November 10 Please support the It. I. 989 SEFA Can1J?aigri:·~- campaign dates: October 16 to October 27~ 1989~ SEFA supports many worthwhile local~ national and int:ernat:ional Agencies. (Con't from front page) ow when the Supreme Court ruled ast June 21 in Texas v. Johnson hat flag-burning is a protected onn of expression under the First mendment? Does the definition f 'flag' include non-traditional mblems, such as clothing, paper, aintings, or a cake? What about eplicas of the flag that are not recis~ copies of the current 50-star ag? What about older flags, like he 13-star flag? And if, as the upreme Court says, fla:g-buming · s a form of protected speech, is it eally unpatriotic to defend this onn of expression?\ The cake-cutting ceremony ill take place in the quad between e Old Main and Miller buildings t noon on Oct. 20. In case of rain, he ceremony will be held in the obby of Old Matn. · Cartoonists Wanted!!! Report to The Press . ' o tee or m.ore tn o. Call Us Before Your Summer Tan D . ' ' 1sappears. Extenilefl hour.1 ~uring tanning Jea.Jon. PHONE: 756-2.222 or 756-2669: •... 83 · ... ·· '-' -' ; . . ' ' .I '}/'_ ·,t'!. ~ .. . 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