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  Events for November 22, 2013

Donate to the Equestrian Team Food Drive!

- Location: Powell Campus Center and Ade Hall
(10:00 AM - 2:00 PM)
- Attachment 1: Food Drive Poster
The Hunt Seat equestrian Team will be running a food Drive Tuesday, Nov. 19 through Friday, Nov. 22 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in Powell Campus Center and Ade Hall.

Donations will benefit the Hornell Salvation Army Food Bank. Please consider contributing any canned goods or other non-perishable items to support a good cause and give back to our community!

Environmental Studies Seminar - Modeling Watershed Hydrology

- Location: Roon Lecture Hall (247), Science Center
(12:20 PM - 1:10 PM)
Speaker - Karen Salvage, associate professor, Department of Geological Sciences and Environmental Studies, Binghamton University

Topic - "Modeling watershed hydrology: integrating hydrologic processes"

Alfred University Yoga Club

- Location: Miller 301
(5:00 PM - 6:30 PM)
Join Alfred University’s Yoga Club in meditative practices, such as yoga, T’ai Chi, and meditation, every Friday (except those before breaks) at 5 p.m. in Miller 301. Open to all!

Friday Night Hike

- Location: Pine Hill Trails
(6:00 PM - 7:30 PM)
Join us for ~3 mile hike on the Pine Hill Trails. We meet every Friday at 6pm on the 1st floor of Powell Campus Center next to the mail room. The hike takes a little over one hour.

Choral Concert

- Location: Alfred Seventh Day Baptist Church
(7:30 PM - 9:00 PM)
’From Darkness to Light’ - an evening of choral music with the University Chorus and Chamber Singers.

Human Vs. Zombies @ AU

- Location: Alfred Campus
(All Day)
- Link: Sign Up Here!

- Attachment 1: Rules for HvZ at Alfred
Humans vs. Zombies is a game of tag. All players begin as humans, and one is randomly chosen to be the "Original Zombie." The Original Zombie tags human players and turns them into zombies. Zombies must tag and eat a human every 72 hours or they starve to death and are out of the game.
Game information can be found at http://www.hvzsource.com/...

AU’s game timeline:
Start: Friday, Nov. 8 @ 12:01 A.M.
End: Monday, Nov. 25 @ 6 P.M.

Game rules:
All players must follow these rules or be banned from participating in the game:
https://docs.google.com/d...

Safety Information:

Safety Rules
Rules created for the safety of all players are strictly enforced. Violation of safety rules will result in a ban from the game.
1. No realistic looking weaponry. Blasters/Nerf guns are prohibited. Only socks will be used to stun zombies.
2. Players may not use cars or play where there is traffic.
3. No head shots allowed. Do not throw socks at the zombie’s head. Hits to the head don’t count as a stun.

Safe Zones
Some areas on campus are "no play zones," where the game is permanently suspended. These areas include:
• All academic and non-academic buildings
• Bathrooms
• Dorm rooms
• Dining Halls

Both players must have both feet outside of the no play zones in order to tag/stun.

Players:
Players of the game will be identified by a purple or gold bandana tied to an arm, leg or around their head.
Players can sign up at: http://www.hvzsource.com/...

Reporting Concerns:
To report concerns or game violation:
Contact person: Daniel Gonzalez
Email: hvz@alfred.edu
Reports can also be sent to Craig Arno at caa2@alfred.edu

Game sponsors:
This game is sponsored by Poder Latino.

SAGE on Stage Moved to January!

- Location: N/A

Students Advocating Gender Equality’s Annual Performance SAGE on Stage has been moved from this coming weekend to Jan. 31. However, SAGE is still looking for writers, actors, and directors to help with the performance.

SAGE on Stage involves short pieces of gender exploration (poems, monologues, stories, performance art, dance, etc.). If interested contact SAGE at sage@alfred.edu