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Cardinal Points. (Plattsburgh, N.Y.) 1940-current, September 18, 1997, Image 11

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CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS PI Kappa Phi The Brothers of Pi Kappa Phi would like to welcome everyone back to school and to the new stu- dents. We hope you find Pittsburgh to be a rewarding ex- perience. It is our hope you dis- cover all this school has to offer. As ever, the brothers 9 dedica- tion to public service grows with support to the Salvation Army and our recent adoption of a new, local philanthropy: North Coun- try Center for Independence which, helps out the disabled in the area. This involvement we see only as an extension of our national philanthropy PUSH America, and for this cause. On Oct. 25 and 26 we will be holding our annual 48 hour Roof- A-Thon to raise money for PUSH so show your support, help the disabled and register to win prizes. For those interested in campus related activities, look for our upcoming Flag Football Tourna- ment and test your skills on the grid-iron Oct. 4 and 5. The cost is five dollars but the memories will last forever. Finally, rush is upon us, and your first chance to **Meet the Brothers\ Thursday, Sept. 18 from 8 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. in the Car- dinal Lounge. Look for more RUSH dates posted around cam- pus. We hope everyone will look and see what Greek life has to offer and come meet the brothers of Pi Kappa Phi. Project Help What could your group or or- ganization do with an extra $50 - $100 this semester? Get involved with the American Heart Walk on Saturday, Oct. 4, 1997. $100 cash will be awarded to the team that raises the most money. $50 cash will be awarded to the team that raises the second largest amount. $50 cash for the group that involves the most num- ber of students. $50 cash will be awarded to the student who raises the most money. To be eligible, you or your group representative must stop by the Center for Civic Responsibil- ity and Wellness, across from Campus Life, to pick up a pledge form. Heartwalk will begin at 10:00 a.m. at the Pittsburgh Farmer's Market, downtown Pittsburgh. Alpha Phi Omega The brothers of Alpha Phi Omega would like to welcome everyone back and wish them good luck this semester. We began rushing this week however, it's not too late to rush. Friday, we will be having a tie- dye rush at the Newman Center at 8:00 p.m. Anyone can rush, we are a CO-ED National Service Fraternity. Mens Basketball If you are interested in playing Men's Varsity Basketball, you should contact either Coach Jones at 564-4143 or Coach Crosier at 564-3149, as soon as possible. Philosophy Club The Philosophy Club will be holding an organizational meet- ing on Monday, Sept. 22, from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.. The meeting will be held in the philosophy depart- ment lounge which is located on the third floor of Champlain Val- ley Hall. All are welcome to at- tend. For further information con- tact Beth Dixon at 564-2836. Student Association These upcoming events and in- formation are sponsored by the Student Association in conjunc- tion with your mandatory fee. This is not an inclusive list of all the opportunities and activities available.. Please call the SA at 564-3200, if you have any ques- tions. Thursday, Sept. 18 - President and Treasurer's Meeting for all PERSONALS Reilly. Happy Birthday. We love you. The sisters of Phi kappa Chi. What you want to do, you do. The rest is just talk. RUSH Alpha Phi. Janice, Happy 21st B-day. We love you. The sisters of Phi Kappa Chi. To the boys at 147 Brink, You teaUy flipped our cups. Love, The Clio's. To the Tau Clan, Thanks for Sat night. We kept it real. Love always, The Daisies. To the Boys at 72 Broad, Thanks for the BASH. Lets do it again soon. Love, The CUos Brothers of Pi Kappa Phi. Thanks for a great bne Friday. What a way to kick of the aenes- •er! Love, The Sisters of Alpha Phi To the Hockey team. You scored widi us! Thanks again. To Missy, Thanks for every- thing on Tuesday night I appre- ciate it. Thanks, love, D. Pick the right one. Pick the dai- sies. RUSH CLIOS ICLASSIFIEDS Taedo Ryo Jujitsu taught five nights a week at Big Hank Plaza. Effective, traditional Japanese martial Arts instruction,$25 a month. Call 565-3489, for infor- mation. Roommate wanted $150 a month plus utilities. Male or fe- male for single unfurnished bed- room hi a house on Salmon River Rd, 6 nwes from campas. Quiet, cheap place to study, not college slum. Mike or Dave 563-34S9. EXTRA INCOME *97 Earn $200 $500 weekly m*lmg travel brochures. For more information sead a self-addressed stamped envelope to: Seabreeze Travel, P.O. Box 018* Mint, FL 33261 clubs and organizations at 8 p.m., in the Pittsburgh Room Saturday, Sept. 20 - Club fair 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the ACC Courtyard Sunday, Sept. 28 - Hiking trip to Amersand Mountain which costs $5. The bus leaves at 11 a*m. Saturday, Oct. 4 - Defensive driving classes 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.. It costs $10 for SA mem- bers and $13 for non-SA mem- bers. Saturday, Oct. 12 - Vacation buses for Columbus Break, watch for more information. Friday, Oct. 17 - Homecoming Weekend, ask how to get in- volved. Wednesday, Oct. 29 - Mighty Mighty BossTones concert at the Field House at 8 p.m. It costs $5 for SA members. Don't forget You must come to the SA office to get your bus or movie passes. Refrigerators for rent by appointment only, call the SA at 564-3200. Revolving loan available through the SA, Mon- day thru Friday 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. Senate meetings are on Mondays at 10:15 p.m. at the Angell College Center. All sue welcome to attend. Theta Alpha Lambda The sisters of the Theta Alpha Lambda would first like to wel- come everyone back from their summer break. We are pleased to announce that we have a new philanthropy. It is for the mentally disturbed children at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. We have some community events planned this semester. One is for the Alzheimer's Associa- tion, North Country Branch, we will help them set up for their fourth annual Memory Walk on Sunday Sept. 28, at 9 am. We also plan to volunteer at CVPH where we will assist the elderly. Finally, we would like to wish all of you a fun and success- ful semester. WQKEFM You've never heard radio like this. You've never heard radio, until you've heard 93.9 - The Quake. The Quake, WQKE FM is the radio station here at Ptattsburgh State.. We do every- thing from call in talk shows, re- quest shows, sports, news, cam- pus information, contests and our wacky Morning Madness. We also manage to play a Httle mu- sic, too. The Quake broadcasts from 7 a.m. to 2:30 a.m. -every day, so plan your life accordingly. What can you hear on the Quake? Start off your school day with Morn- ing Madness, an eclectic mix of talk and music. You'll get weather, news and the musings of our highly opinionated DJs. It may be weird, but it'll never be boring! The rest of the morning is our main format; college alternative. Hear the best new music and art- ists before the other stations will dare to [Hay them. If you like new and different music that the com- mercial stations don't play (yet!), you'll love our format! At noon, we do the All Request Lunch. And that's all request. Not like those other stations. We play it all. The afternoon is chock full of our eclectic mix of specialty shows, from industrial to punk to classic rock. At 7 p.m., Campus Talk, our weeknight call-in talk show hits the air. We cover all the issues, from current events, to sports, to campus issues, the environment, and much more. 8 p.m. brings more specialty shows right through to midnight, with fun like 80's, The Beatles/Dead hour, and our Jams shows, featuring the only real urban music show in the North Country. From midnight to 2:30 p.m., is more format, which is also what you'll hear all week- end along with classic alternative, more punk and jams shows. The Quake is the only place around here where you can hear this mu- sic, so check it out and maybe you'll get some FREE STUFF! If your interested in the behind the scenes, technical exciting world of truck driving, you're in the wrong place, hope you can still get a tuition refund! But if you want to get in on the back room thrills of college radio, then you just might have a shot at be- ing a genuine local celebrity. If you're over the age of four and enjoy jobs that don't invofve heavy lifting, then you should join WQKE. We're an SA funded club that meets every other Wednesday night, at 10:15 p.m., in the Pittsburgh Room. Anyone can be involved in the station! You may be able to get on the air right away, if not, don't worry. There's still plenty you can do to be in- volved. You can join any department. Review new CDs in the music department, call the games with sports, get your creative KoolAid flowing with productions and pro- motions. Come on down to the meetings, or check out our studios in the middle of Yokum Hall, in front of the library. This year, the Quake will be a major part of life on campus, and you'll be a major part of us! Check us out everyday on 93.9, and call us at FM94 (3694) or 564-FM94, if you've wandered off campus. WQKE - it's EARTHSHAKING radio! Organization of Education Majors OEM is pleased to announce that they will be holding their weekly meetings on Thursday nights, at 7:30 pjn., in Sibley Hall 200. All Education majors are encouraged to join. Come join our fun activities with children. VQKE -Tttt QIM't 93.9 FIT)

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