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THE DEVIL'S TRIANGLE opens on Thurs.!!
THE DEVIL'S TRIANGLE, written, directed, staged, costumed, lit, and acted by Alfred University students opens on Thurs. Feb. 11 at 7:30 p.m. and runs through Sat. Feb. 13. Admission is FREE! This horror/thriller play is the senior project of Andrew Hazer and Cassidy Teagle. Don't miss seeing what theatre students accomplish! and, NEVER LET THE DEVIL SEE YOUR FEAR
Class Ring Sales
Order Your Official Alfred University Ring! A Balfour Representative will be on campus to take ring orders: Tuesday, Feb. 16: Noon - 4pm Wednesday, Feb. 17: 10 am - 3 pm Where: Powell Campus Center Lobby This is a unique and memorable time in your life - one you will always look back on and remember all of the people, places and successes that have contributed to what your future will become. Your Alfred ring will represent your most unforgettable years and the fine institution where it all happened. Don't forget - every ring comes with: A Lifetime Warranty An Interest-free Credit Card Payment Plan A Ring Loss Protection Plan
Environmental House Applications Due March 4!!
If you would like to live in the Environmental House, 16 Park St, next year, please fill out an application. The applications can be found in room 319 of the Science Center. This is an AU residence for students who would like to develop a "green" lifestyle and you must apply to live there because space is limited. The Environmental House is open to students of all majors. Applications are due March 4. If you have any questions or would like an electronic copy of the application, please send an email to Michele Hluchy at
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Men’s Basketball at Ithaca College
- Location: Ithaca College
- Time: 2:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Men’s Basketball at Ithaca College
The Devil’s Triangle - Play
- Location: Miller Performing Arts Center: C.D. Smith
- Time: 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
A family survives a ship wreck and washes up on an island in the Bermuda Triangle. With their father missing, the family must face the darkness of the island and two mysterious inhabitants. This is a play about fear, mystery, and supernatural presence, which then lead to a thrilling, climactic, and twisted end. (Please note: Viewer discretion is advised as "The Devil’s Triangle" contains mature content.)
Just Another ’Crumby’ Art Show
- Location: 3rd Floor Harder Hall, Printmaking
- Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
You are invited to join the Introductory Print Media class and its exploration of "a disturbing reality" through screenprint and monoprint techniques.

Opening: Friday, Feb. 12, 7-9 p.m.
3rd Floor Printmaking, Harder Hall

Duration: Feb.12 - 25
Work in progress will be uploaded to:
WILD About Snowshoeing
- Location: Powell Campus Center, 1st Floor Lobby
- Time: 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Start at Powell Campus Center 1st floor and come out to enjoy the outdoors with the WILD Committee. Pre-registration is required at the link below. There will be some snowshoes available to borrow.
Date Auction
- Location: Nevins Theater, Powell Center
- Time: 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
This event tries to put a respectful twist on a popular event connecting people for a casual date to the Valentine’s dance afterward. All funds to benefit a worthy charity.
St. Valentine’s Dance
- Location: Knight Club, Powell Center
- Time: 10:00 PM - 1:00 AM
All are welcome regardless of relationship status at this annual affair. Details on tickets coming, all proceeds go to charity.
‘Pour Your Heart Out’ Annual Community Valentines
- Location: National Casting Center, Foundry
- Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Date:Saturday, Feb. 13

Time of Event: 1-5 p.m.

Location: National Casting Center, Foundry

Cost: N/A

Sponsored by: Sculpture Dimensional Studies Division

The National Casting Center Foundry invites you to "Make Art For a Cause." All proceeds will go equally to benefit the Eaklor Medical Expenses Fund and The Foundry Guild Student Club.

There will be live hot metal pouring and several workshops for community members to participate in to create cast aluminum sculpture; such as cuttlebone casting and relief tile carving into sand molds. No experience needed but please do wear a long-sleeved cotton work shirt!

The event is free but there is a small donation cost to make your keepsake.


Scratch Block Molds will be available for the Public to carve their own relief Sculpture $10-$12

Cuttlebone carving and casting to create miniature sculptures $5

Personalized Forged Steel Hearts $7

Guild Cheese sandwiches cooked on a giant Comal.
Buy Cool T-shirts for a cause and much much more!

If you wish to pick up your sand mold or Cuttlebone to carve beforehand please contact the Foundry Guild President at her email below.

For further information please contact Foundry Guild President Ruby Wisniewski,
Sculpture Professor Coral Lambert @ or Foundry Tech Paige Henry @
SGC or Bust Silent Auction
- Location: Front Foyer of Harder
- Time: All Day
Feb. 8-13 silent auction; Feb. 12 live auction

Time: Silent: all day; Live: 7p.m. on the 12th

Location: Front foyer of Harder

Cost: N/A

Sponsored by Expanded Media and the Print Club

For the 4th year Print Club is sending students working in Expanded Media to the Southern Graphics Council International Conference with the mission to gain professional development, experience, mentorship opportunities, to learn about the broader field of careers in art, network with faculty from potential grad schools, and offer their portfolios for critique by artists from all over the world.

This year the conference is in Portland, OR, making travel costs significantly steeper. We are asking for your support in the form of donated artworks for our annual SGCI OR BUST auction Friday, Feb 12.

We love variety and so will our bidders! Please consider donating works of any medium to the auction. Work can be delivered to Billie Burns in the art office (or to the print club flat file) through 4 p.m. Feb 5.

The silent auction will open in the lobby of Harder Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 8, and the live auction begins on Friday, Feb. 12 at 6 p.m.

Please include your name, title, media and minimum bid with your art. If you would like to have your work picked up or need more info, you may reply to:

Print Club:;
Tivi Abosh:
Zach Shaw:
Nick Gelo:
Ryan Bane:

Thank you in advance for your generosity. We look forward to returning the favor and hope to see you on Feb 12!
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12-Feb-16 — Education faculty to expound on what it's like 'Still Teaching After All These Years'

Faculty from Alfred University’s (AU) Division of Education will relay what it’s like to be “Still Teaching After All These Years” during the Thursday, Feb. 25 session of the Bergren Forum set for 12:10 p.m. in Nevins Theater, Powell Campus Center. The longstanding lunchtime series program is free and open to the public.

11-Feb-16 — AU presents three evenings of Dance Theater Concert

Alfred University’s (AU) spring 2016 Dance Theater Concert programs will feature the work of internationally renowned choreographer/teacher/performer Bridget Moore and six University students in performances Thursday-Saturday, Feb. 18-20 at 8 p.m. in the Miller Performing Arts Theater.

Tickets are required for all shows. Reservations may be made by visiting the web box office at; by emailing, or by calling 607.871.2828. Admission is $5 for the general public; $2 for students.

11-Feb-16 — Alfred University Board names Mark Zupan as 14th president

ALFRED, NY (Feb. 10, 2016) – A world-class scholar and academic leader who can build on the strengths of Alfred University (AU) will become the 14th president of one of the oldest institutions of higher education in Western New York. The Alfred University Board of Trustees today announced the appointment of Mark Zupan as the 14th president of the University, effective July 1, 2016.

08-Feb-16 — Bergren Forum to offer winter driving tips via chemistry

Alfred University’s (AU) longstanding lunchtime series, the Bergren Forum, continues Thursday, Feb. 18, at 12:10 p.m. in Nevins Theater, Powell Campus Center with a new look at winter driving. The program is free and open to the public.

In the presentation “Understanding Chemistry through Cars – The Chemistry of Winter Driving” Geoff and Ruth Bowers, chemistry professors at AU, will not only lecture but also demonstrate how chemistry keeps us safe while driving during the winter using simple chemical demonstrations.