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Residence halls open for all students.

10:00am • Kilcawley, Lyden, Cafaro, Wick and Weller House Campus Rec Welcome Back

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Meet the PT

A personal trainer is a great way to get motivated to increase your exercise routine. Come meet one of the several nationally certified personal trainers and ask them how you can meet your fitness goals.

2:00pm– 6:00pm • Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center

Penguins Women’s Basketball 5:15pm • Beeghly Center Penguins Men’s Basketball 7:45pm • Beeghly Center

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Student Leadership Retreat

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Penguins Women’s Basketball 4:30pm • Beeghly Center Penguins Men’s Basketball 7:00pm • Beeghly Center

Guest speakers, interactive leadership sessions, giveaways and lunch will be the order of the day as we kick off the spring semester! Our leadership retreat provides a unique opportunity for student organization leaders to network and get to know other organization members, while learning of the many features that are available to all of our registered organizations. We encourage all registered student organizations to be represented, hoping that one or more (and yes, advisors are always welcome) officers attend. Advance registration is required. Call Student Activities at (330) 941-3575 for more information.

8:00am–1:00pm • Chestnut Room, Kilcawley Center

Spring Semester Begins!

10:00am-2:00pm • Andrews Student Recreation and The Andrews Student Wellness Center Lobby Recreation and Wellness College of Center will open its doors to start the Creative Arts and new year right. Come Communication explore how Campus Student Org Fair Recreation can help 10:00am–12:00pm • Bliss Hall Lobby you accomplish your fitness and wellness Mile High Club goals. There is Program Begins something for all levels.

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If you are looking for ways to get involved on campus, Fair (See January 12 listing) the Student Organization Fair is 10:00am–2:00pm • Kilcawley a visit you must simply make! Center Lower and Upper Arcade Whether you are interested in sports, sororities, fraternities, College of STEM religion, politics, dance, fencing, Student Organization Fair bowling, math, or science, The STEM College experience includes opportunities YSU has an organization for to join a variety of active student professional you! Take a walk through organizations. These organizations provide forums for the fair and decide which students to come together with like-minded students organization is the best fit for and faculty outside of the classroom, to experience other you! 10:00am–2:00pm • aspects of their academic discipline.

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Organization Fair (See Jan. 12 listing) 10:00am–2:00pm •

Kilcawley Center Lower Arcade

College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences CLASS– Student Organization Fair

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CLASS hosts a vast number of student organizations. Come meet organization leaders to learn how you can become an active part of CLASS outside of the classroom!

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Take a break between your Friday classes and listen to singer-songwriter Korby Lenker as he plays his ukulele and reads short stories from his new book, Medium Hero!

Penguins Swimming and Diving 1:00pm • Beeghly Natatorium

11:30am–1:00pm 11:00am–1:00pm • DeBartolo Hall Lobby • Kilcawley Center, Penguin Productions Lariccia International Presents: UPRIGHT CITIZENS 10:45am–12:45pm • Moser Hall Lower Arcade, Student Lounge BRIGADE TOURING COMPANY Kilcawley Center (located behind Jamba Williamson College of Business UCB TourCo brings the best improv comedians Juice) Administration–WCBA Student Beeghly from the legendary Upright Citizens Brigade Organization Fair College of Penguin Theatres in NY and LA to new audiences all Which WCBA student organization is the right fit for you? Learn Education Productions around the country– including Youngstown! The Mile High Club is an incentive more about our business organizations to enhance your experience Student Presents: KORBY and skills as you prepare for the future. program which challenges patrons to The UCB Theatre–founded by Amy Poehler, Matt Organization 12:00pm–2:00pm • WCBA Atrium climb 1 mile or 100 laps on our rock wall. LENKER Besser, Ian Roberts, and Matt Walsh–has been Once a mile is completed participants will Fair Join us downtown for a Meet the PT (See January 11 listing) home to some of the biggest stars in comedy today! receive a Mile High Club t-shirt! Welcome back to spring Happy Hour show with 12:00pm-4:00pm • Andrews Student Recreation and 8:00pm–10:00pm • Ford Theater, Bliss Hall semester! Come mix & folk-pop artist Korby Lenker January 11 through May 6 • Wellness Center Lobby mingle with the student at Suzie’s Dogs & Drafts! Andrews Student Recreation and NPHC Meet the Greeks organizations in the BCOE 5:00pm–7:00pm • Olympic Lifting Program Thinking about joining a historically African American fraternity Wellness Center Climbing Wall family! Music and prizes or sorority? Come join the NPHC Greeks of YSU for a night of fun Suzie’s Dogs & Drafts, Learn techniques and tips about clean, jerks, front squats and everything in are waiting for you. and information. A representative from each of the four chapters between from USA Weightlifting certified coaches. For all skill or background levels. 32 North Phelps Street will be available to answer your questions. 10:00am–2:00pm • 12:00pm–2:00pm • Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness 8:00pm–10:00pm • Ohio Room, Kilcawley Center BCOE Lobby Center Strength and Conditioning Floor


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Black Greek 101

Come to this information session to learn the meaning behind the letters including the creation and purpose of Black Greek organizations. Additionally, hear about the steps to joining one of these chapters. This session is for Non-Greeks only. For further information, please contact (330) 941-4702.

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Did you ever wonder what sororities do on a day-to-day basis? Come to the informational sessions to find a meaning behind the letters. The women will have information packets and pictures, and will be able to answer questions you have about Greek Life. For more information, 330 941-4702.

Emerging Leader Program Leadership Journey

(See January 20 listing)

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9:00am–12:00pm • Student Health Clinic Penguins Indoor Track & Field 2:00pm • Watson and Tressel Training Site

10:00am–11:00am • Hynes Room 2068, Kilcawley Center NPC Sorority Info Session

11:00am–1:00pm • Ohio Room, Kilcawley Center

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SPINNING Certification

Our comprehensive one-day training, led by a Spinning Master Instructor, prepares you for the online Spinning Instructor Exam and provides you with the knowledge and skills to become a dynamic indoor cycling leader. Certification is $325

8:00am–5:00pm • Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center SPINNING Area

Are you curious to know what fraternities here at YSU are all about? Well this is the place to find the answers! Hear about the steps to joining one of these chapters. For more information, (330) 941-4702.

5:00pm–7:00pm • Ohio Room, Kilcawley Center IFC Fraternity 101 (See January 20 listing)

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The Amazing Race to Spring Break 1:00pm–2:00pm • Bresnahan 1 & 2, is Campus Recreation’s Spring Kilcawley Center Incentive Program in which each AND contestant will race to popular spring break destinations around 7:00pm–8:00pm • Bresnahan 1 & 2, the world by completing Kilcawley Center workouts. The grand prize, a Garmin VivoFit2, will Emerging Leader Program/ be a given to the first Leadership Journey person to reach the last This foundational workshop is the kickoff to your membership in destination. the Emerging Leader Program. Join us to discuss the importance of understanding leadership as a life-long journey that benefits from Group consistent practice and enhancement of knowledge and skills.

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7:00pm–8:00pm • Bresnahan 1 & 2, Kilcawley Center Student Government Association Penguin Talk: Constitutions and Bylaws

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2:00pm–3:00pm • Student Activities Conference Room, Kilcawley Center

YSU Club and Intramural Sports

3:00pm–4:00pm • Hynes Room 2068, Kilcawley Center

Need help creating or updating your organizational constitution and bylaws? Then this is the workshop for you!

YSUnity Drag Show

Join host Denise Russell and an outstanding line up of performers at YSUnity’s Annual Drag Show! A Q&A session will follow the show. Don’t miss out!

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7:00pm–10:00pm • Chestnut Room, Kilcawley Center

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ELP Leadership Exploration: Aladdin: Learning to Delegate

Good leaders know how to lead, but great leaders know how to delegate! Join us to learn about the art of delegation in leadership.

3:00pm–4:00pm • James Gallery, Kilcawley Center Black Greek 101

Come to this information session to learn the meaning behind the letters including the creation and purpose of Black Greek organizations. Additionally, hear about the steps to joining one of these chapters. This session is for NonGreeks only. For further information, please contact (330) 941-4702.

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The purpose this course is to give individuals in the workplace the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize and provide care for breathing or cardiac emergencies. CPR Certification is good for two years and blood borne pathogens is good for one year.

10:00am–11:00am • James Gallery, Kilcawley Center Penguins Women’s Basketball 7:00pm • Beeghly Center Cabin Fever

9:00am–1:00pm • Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center Lobby Emerging Leader Program Spring Leadership Renewal

Beat the winter blues and get ready to take a step back in time to the 80s with Cabin Fever in The Hub! 80s cover band Edison’s Medicine will be playing your favorite tunes and YSU Dining will be providing your favorite snacks. Leg warmers optional! Cash bar 21+.

8:00pm–10:00pm • The Hub, Kilcawley Center

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ARC Adult CPR/AED/ Blood Borne Pathogens Certification

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Join ELP leaders for our spring renewal! Through fun team building activities, you will collaborate, make connections, and make new friends! This activity satisfies the LEAD Exploration component of the ELP requirements.

11:00am–2:00pm • Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center Lower-Level Basketball Court Penguins Women’s Basketball 1:00pm • Beeghly Center

Do you know a student or peer that is involved on tions! consider nominating them for Who’s Who Amon campus, excels in the classroom, and gives back to the community? Please g Students in American Universities & Colleges. Found program honors outstanding campus leaders annua lly for their scholastic and community achievemeed in 1934, this national nts. YSU has been allotted 150 places in this year’s direct cumulative grade point average in order to qualif ory. Nominees must be of junior status, or better, with a minimum 3.00 y for the award. Graduate students are also eligib community service participation, awards, and acade le. We ask that all supporting mic information be submitted along with the applic ation by February 12.  Applications can be found at www.ysu.edu/stude ntactivities. Should you have any questions, pleas e call 330-941-4702.

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The purpose of this core competency is to discuss the importance of communication in relation to effective leadership practice. Join us to learn helpful tips and techniques to be a more efficient communicator in everyday life!

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10:00am–11:00am • Hynes Room 2068, Kilcawley Center Penguin Talk: Secretaries and Symplicity

Penguins Indoor Track & Field 2:00pm • Watson and Tressel Training Site

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Penguins Women’s Basketball 4:30pm • Beeghly Center Penguins Men’s Basketball 7:00pm • Beeghly Center

Join us for tips on how to be a great secretary and learn how to use Symplicity to make life, well, simpler!

2:00pm–3:00pm • Student Activities Conference Room, Kilcawley Center Penguins Women’s Basketball 5:15pm • Beeghly Center Penguin Men’s Basketball 7:45pm • Beeghly Center Penguin Productions Presents: MIKE STYLES

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Head downtown to The Federal for a night of hip hop with Ohio-based rapper Mike Styles! See you there!

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8:00pm–10:00pm • The Federal 110 West Federal Street

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SGA Meeting

Open to all YSU students, the student representatives of YSU meet to discuss their work and the interests of YSU students.

4:00pm • Ohio Room

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Free, quick, and confidential

12:00pm–3:00pm • Student Health Clinic

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The deadline for Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges is today! This national program honors outstanding campus leaders annually for their scholastic and community achievements. YSU has been allotted 150 places in this year’s directory. Nominees must be of junior status or better, with a minimum 3.00 cumulative GPA to qualify for the award. For information, contact Student Activities at (330) 941-3575.

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College Bouldering Series Competition

Compete against students from other colleges for your chance at some great prizes. All skill levels are welcome and all equipment is provided.

9:00am–4:00pm Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center Climbing Wall Penguins Men’s Basketball 7:00pm • Beeghly Center

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Emerging Leader Program Leadership Journey

This foundational workshop is the kickoff to your membership in the Emerging Leader Program. Join us to discuss the importance of understanding leadership as a life-long journey that benefits from consistent practice and enhancement of knowledge and skills.

3:00pm–4:00pm • Bresnahan 3, Kilcawley Center Penguins Men’s Basketball 7:00pm • Beeghly Center

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Emerging Leader Program Emotional Intelligence

During this elective unit workshop we will discuss the awareness and control in expressing one’s emotions and the benefits of being an emotionally intelligent leader!

3:00pm–4:00pm and 5:00pm–6:00pm Both in Hynes Room 2068, Kilcawley Center

Emerging Leader Program Emotional Intelligence (See February 17 listing) 10:00am–11:00am • Kilcawley Center, Hynes Room 2068 Penguin Talk: Effective Communication

Effective communication is just one key to success within your student organization. Join us to learn how to better communicate with your team!

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HIV Testing

Free, quick, and confidential

9:00am–12:00pm • Student Health Clinic Penguins Women’s Tennis 12:00pm • Boardman Tennis Center

2:00pm–3:00pm • 2nd Floor Student Activities Conference Room, Kilcawley Center Ping Pong Tournament

All students welcome to join this one-day tournament. Grab your friends and test your skills against other YSU students.

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FiTour Group X Certification

The FiTOUR® Primary Group Exercise Instructor Certification Program will provide Group Fitness Instructors the tools necessary to teach a safe and effective fitness class in a group setting. This two year certification is $79.99

9:00am–5:00pm • Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center Aerobics Studio Penguins Women’s Basketball 1:00pm • Beeghly Center

7:00pm • Stambaugh Stadium Gymnasium Penguin Nights

A new late-night program designed to highlight Kilcawley Center with a variety of activities for students including live music, spoken word, and best of all–free food! Watch for details.

10:00pm–2:00am • Various locations in Kilcawley Center

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YSU Ski Trip

Come join the Adventure Recreation Club’s Ski & Snowboard Club on a Holiday Valley Ski Trip to New York’s favorite resort for skiing and snowboarding. For $85 you get transportation to the ski resort and an 8 hour lift ticket.

6:00am–9:00pm • Holiday Valley Ski Resort FiTour Yoga Certification

FiTOUR®’s Primary Yoga Instructor Certification Program provides knowledge on the most popular forms of Hatha Yoga and how to provide students with a safe Yoga class. $79.99

9:00am–5:00pm • Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center Aerobics Studio Penguins Men’s and Women’s Tennis Times TBA • Boardman Tennis Center

22 nirsa week SPINA-Thon for Charity

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Join us for a fun, motivating and challenging couple hours of SPINNING. Bring a non-perishable food item and win some campus rec prizes!

11:00am–1:15pm • Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center SPINNING Area SGA Meeting

Open to all YSU students

4:00pm • Ohio Room, Kilcawley Center

Come Bench Press in our mini-combine style bench press competition. Participants will try to bench their body weight or a percentage of their body weight for their chance to win a prize!

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ELP Leadership Exploration: Dumbo: Building Confidence

11:00am–1:00pm • Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center Ab Area 4 on 4 Bubble Ball Soccer

Being a confident leader will propel you through your many leadership endeavors. Join us to start building your confidence today!

Join campus rec staff for some Bubble Ball fun on the Andrews basketball courts! This new intramural sport is sure to be a “ball” to play.

3:00pm–4:00pm • Kilcawley Center, James Gallery nirsa week

12:00pm–1:00pm Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center Basketball Courts

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ELP Leadership Exploration: Dumbo: Building Confidence (See February 24 listing) 10:00am–11:00am • James Gallery, Kilcawley Center Penguin Women’s Basketball 5:15pm • Beeghly Center Penguins Men’s Basketball 7:45pm • Beeghly Center Penguin Productions Presents: BEHOLD THE BRAVE

Free Health Food/ Giveaways

Our staff would like to show our appreciation by handing out healthy food samples. Participate in our fun and quick fitness challenges to win a prize!

11:00am–1:00pm • Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center Lobby

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Check out rock & roll band Behold the Brave when they come to Youngstown for a show at the newest art gallery downtown! The YSU Downtown Express Shuttle will make an additional stop at The SOAP Gallery for those attending.

8:00pm–10:00pm • The SOAP Gallery, 117 South Champion Street nirsa week Racquetball Tournament

All students welcome to join this one-day tournament. Grab your friends and test your skills against other YSU students.

7:00pm • Stambaugh Stadium Gymnasium

nirsa week • National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association ALL WEEK: Let’s Get Knotty • Come join the Adventure Rec staff and get knotty. You will learn useful knots and how they can be used in everyday life. All participants will be entered to win Campus Rec swag • Monday through Friday • 12:00pm-2:00pm • Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center Climbing Wall

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Push-Pull Competition

Showcase your strength at the YSU Campus Rec 1st Annual Push-Pull Competition, highlighting deadlift and bench press. Donations will be accepted in conjunction with SRAC and Campus Rec’s mission to end world hunger.

11:00am–1:00pm • Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center Basketball Courts ARC Adult CPR/AED/ Blood Borne Pathogens Certification (See January 30 listing) • 12:00pm–4:00pm • Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center Lobby Penguins Women’s Basketball • 4:30pm • Beeghly Center Penguins Men’s Basketball • 7:00pm • Beeghly Center Penguins Track & Field Time TBA • Watson and Tressel Training Site


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Win prizes throughout the month of March! Enter at  participating Pepsi retail areas in Kilcawley Center.  Visit www.kc.ysu. edu today for official rules.  Sponsored by Kilcawley Center and Pepsi.

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Emerging Leader Program Interpersonal and Group Dynamics

This core competency workshop will enhance your interpersonal skills through the discussion of group dynamics. Join us to find out how your leadership will benefit from this knowledge!

10:00am–11:00am 3:00pm–4:00pm AND 5:00pm–6:00pm All 3 times in the Hynes Room 2068, Kilcawley Center Career Services Penguin Talk: Interviewing Skills

Annual Student Awards Deadline: 9:00pm

2:00pm–3:00pm • 2nd Floor Student Activities Conference Room, Kilcawley Center

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The deadline for applications for individual student leadership, advisor and organization awards is today! Please make sure all references have been submitted. Honorees will receive their awards at the Annual Student Awards Banquet, scheduled for Thursday, April 28. For further information, contact Student Activities at (330) 941-3575.

Join us to learn new interviewing tips, enhance your current skills, and increase your chances of landing that dream job!

FEBRUARY 29–March 4 Pre-Spring Break Programming

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Meet with a certified personal train er to discuss your training goals and receive a pers onalized program to help you achieve them. A FREE Fitness Assessment MUST be completed prior to scheduling an appointment.

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Emerging Leader Program Leadership Journey

This foundational workshop is the kickoff to your membership in the Emerging Leader Program. Discuss the importance of understanding leadership as a life-long journey that benefits from consistent practice and enhancement of knowledge and skills.

3:00pm–4:00pm • Bresnahan 3, Kilcawley Center

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Housing & Residence Life will be hosting their inaugural St. Patrick’s Day Madness party on Thursday, March 17th. Fill out a bracket, wear your green, and spend your St. Patrick’s Day with them! Watch for details.

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HIV Testing

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9:00am–12:00pm • Student Health Clinic

Penguin Talk: Organization Branding

Your brand is the best way to promote your group and recruit new members. Join us to talk about your organizational branding and pick up new branding ideas!

2:00pm–3:00pm • 2nd Floor Student Activities Conference Room, Kilcawley Center Penguin Nights

Penguin Nights is a new late-night program designed to highlight Kilcawley Center with a variety of activities for students including live music, spoken word, and best of all–free food! Please join us. Watch for details.

10:00pm–2:00am • Various location in Kilcawley Center

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April 8 The purpose of the American Red Cross Lifeguarding program provides lifeguards with skills and knowledge necessary to keep patrons of aquatic facilities safe in and around the water. This program includes training with aquatic-specific first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training.

See web.ysu.edu/reccenter for details • Beeghly Natatorium Women’s Health Week: Massage Therapy

Try a FREE 10 minute relaxation chair massage. Health benefits to a relaxation massage, include calming the nervous system, a sense of well-being, improved blood circulation, and more.

10:00am–2:00pm • Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center Meditation Studio

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Get in the dancing mood and learn about the Indian culture with a new Group X special class: Indian Dancing! The beautiful dances from the Indian culture will be taught in this aerobic and social event.

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Win groceries and other college friendly items!

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Open to all YSU students, the student representatives of YSU meet to discuss their work and the interests of YSU students.

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3:00pm–4:00pm • James Gallery, Kilcawley Center Emerging Leader Program: Conflict Resolution

Enhance your conflict resolution skills through the discussion of positive resolution styles and the recognition of win-win scenarios.

5:00pm–6:00pm • 2nd Floor Hynes Room 2068, Kilcawley Center Woman’s Health Week: Self Defense Clinic

Learn how to defend yourself from attackers with a martial arts twist in this interactive clinic taught by martial arts expert Andrew Murray. Make your body the ultimate weapon and fight off attackers with the new self-defense skills you’ll acquire from this interactive and free clinic.

Penguins Softball 3:00pm • YSU Softball Field

ELP Leadership Exploration: Little Mermaid: Resilience (See March 23 listing)

10:00am–11:00am • 2nd Floor James Gallery, Kilcawley Center Emerging Leader Program: Conflict Resolution (See March 23 listing) 3:00pm–4:00pm AND 5:00pm–6:00pm • 2nd Floor Hynes Room 2068, Kilcawley Center

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Register a team or as a free agent for our spring sports including men’s soccer and floor hockey. For full details on play dates visit www.ysu.edu/reccenter • 6:00pm

Penguins Baseball 3:00pm • Eastwood Field

11:00am–1:00pm • Kilcawley Center Lower Arcade The Summit FM and Penguin Productions Present: RAYLAND BAXTER Nashville-based singer-songwriter Rayland Baxter will be in Youngstown for what is certain to be an unforgettable show. This special concert is only open to YSU Students and members of The Summit. Be sure to bring your YSU ID. 8:00pm–10:00pm • B&O

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Enter at participating Pepsi retail areas in Kilcawley Center. Prize winners will be randomly drawn and notified next week!  Visit www.kc.ysu.edu for official rules. Sponsored by Kilcawley Center and Pepsi.

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This course is to give individuals in the workplace the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize and provide care for breathing or cardiac emergencies. CPR Certification is good for two years and blood borne pathogens is good for one year.

9:00am–1:00pm • Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center Lobby Penguins Softball 12:00pm • YSU Softball Field Penguins Baseball 1:00pm • Eastwood Field Penguins Men’s and Women’s Tennis Times TBA • Boardman Tennis Center

Volunteer Fair

Stop by to meet representatives from service agencies and student organizations to learn more about service opportunities in the greater Youngstown area!

4:00pm • Ohio Room

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Turn your group exercise classes into fitness-centric mini-communities through partner activities, team building games– and social networking. This progressive program shows you how to leverage technology to expand the impact of your classes beyond their weekly scheduled time spot. $119.00

8:00am–1:00pm • Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center Aerobics Studio Rec Your Sibs Day

Show your siblings what you’ve been up to at YSU. The Rec will have two inflatables in the facility for the kids; pool hours 12:00pm-4:00pm; Rock wall is open 11:00am-5:00pm

10:00am–6:00pm • Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center Emerging Leader Program, Core Series: Visionary, Ethical, and Inclusive Leadership

This Saturday series will satisfy three core competencies of the Emerging Leader Program requirements. Join us for great discussion and fun activities!

11:00am–2:00pm • Hynes Room 2068, Kilcawley Center Penguins Baseball • 2:00pm • Eastwood Field

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NETA Tires, Ropes, Squats CEC

This challenging, entertaining class teaches you how to train your participants like pro athletes by incorporating truck tires, battle ropes, body weight and “primal moves” that develop core stabilization, strength and metabolic endurance. $119.00

8:00am–1:00pm • Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center Aerobics Studio Penguins Baseball 12:00pm • Eastwood Field

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The Clothesline Project

The Clothesline Project is a program that addresses the issue of violence against women. It is a vehicle for women affected by violence to express their emotions by decorating a shirt. They then hang the shirt on a clothesline to be viewed by others as testimony to the problem of violence against women.

9:00am–4:00pm • Campus Core (Rain Location: Kilcawley Center Upper Arcade)

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This foundational workshop is the kickoff to your membership in the Emerging Leader Program. Join us to discuss the importance of understanding leadership as a life-long journey that benefits from consistent practice and enhancement of knowledge and skills.

3:00pm–4:00pm • Stambaugh Room, Kilcawley Center

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Join us for this elective workshop to discover some insights regarding personality type! Participants will complete a personality inventory and discuss how this knowledge can enhance their leadership!

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Recruiting new members can be difficult, so join us to discuss strategies that work!

2:00pm–3:00pm • 2nd Floor Student Activities Conference Room, Kilcawley Center 3 on 3 Volleyball Tournament

All students welcome to join this one-day tournament. Grab your friends and test your skills against other YSU students.

7:00pm • Stambaugh Stadium Gymnasium

Movie Event: Happy Gilmore 9:00pm • Christman Dining Commons

International Student Coffee Hour

Get the opportunity to socialize with the culturallydiverse YSU student body at this informal event! Enjoy foods from different cultures and meet people from different nationalities at this casual meet-n-greet coffee hour.

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Penguins Softball 12:00pm • YSU Softball Field Greek Sing

Greek Sing, the annual song-and-dance event featuring Youngstown State University fraternity and sorority students, is at Stambaugh Auditorium on Fifth Avenue just north of campus. The event is open to the public. The 64th annual competition is the culmination of all YSU Greek activities for the academic year and will include group and open class performances.

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Greeks in the Penguins Streets Open to all YSU students, All students welcome to join this The fraternities and Softball the student representatives of YSU one-day tournament. Grab your friends and 12:00pm–3:00pm • Student sororities are doing their part by 3:00pm • YSU meet to discuss their work and the test your skills against other YSU students. volunteering to help with a community Health Clinic Softball Field interests of YSU students service project, adding service hours to 7:00pm • Stambaugh Stadium This elective workshop will 4:00pm • Ohio Room count toward #ServeYoungstown during Penguins Gymnasium provide participants an National Volunteer Week. Baseball opportunity to explore what Take Back the Night 8:30am–12:30pm • Mill Creek mindful leadership means to 5:30pm • Eastwood Take Back the Night is a program dedicated to Metroparks and Youngstown them and explore what their Field honoring the survivors of sexual assault and The circle symbol indicates the department sponsoring each event. Contact volunteer efforts truly mean. Neighborhood Development educating the campus community about issues information for each department is available on the inside back cover. Join us to raise your level of Corporation related to rape and sexual violence. Participants commitment to others! take part in a rally, march around campus chanting Student Health Services Student Activities Penguins Softball 3:00pm–4:00pm together as a unified voice, and end with a candlelight 1:00pm • YSU Softball Field YSU Athletics Campus Rec vigil and bystander intervention program. AND 6:30pm–8:00pm • Begin at Campus Core 5:00pm–6:00pm Penguins Men’s Tennis YSU Dining by Chartwells Penguin Productions Pollock Room 2036, 12:00pm • Boardman Tennis Center Non-Traditional Student University Courtyard Apartments Housing & Residence Life Kilcawley Center Cookout Penguins Baseball Title IX Programs Come join Campus Rec at the re-vamped Wick Park Kilcawley Center 2:00pm • Eastwood Field for a fun family cookout complete with food and Free, quick, confidential

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Whether you are new to leadership position or changing a leadership position or leadership roles, this workshop changing leadership roles, this is for you! Join us for great workshop is for you! Join us discussion about the circle of for great discussion about the an organizational leader’s “life” circle of an organizational within a student organization. leader’s “life” within a 3:00pm–4:00pm • 2nd student organization.

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Endure for the Cure

Participate in this challenging obstacle course race of roughly 2 miles that will be run throughout campus. The race is comprised of testing your strength & endurance with obstacles that are sure to challenge participants of all skill levels.

9:00am–12:00pm 9:00am • Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center • Student Health Interfraternity Council Clinic Walk A Mile in Her Shoes Penguins Our Interfraternity Council, in conjunction with our Title IX Coordinator, is Baseball sponsoring Walk a Mile in Her Shoes. For the event, men literally walk one mile 1:00pm • in women’s high-heel shoes to raise awareness in their community about the serious causes and effects of sexual violence and raise money for rape-crisis centers Eastwood Field and domestic violence shelters. 8:00am–12:30pm • WATTS Center ARC First Aid with Adult CPR/AED/Blood Borne Pathogens This course is to give individuals in the workplace the knowledge and skills necessary to respond to common first aid emergencies, including burns; cuts; head, neck, and back injuries, and recognize and provide care for breathing or cardiac emergencies.

9:00am–1:00pm • Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center Lobby Penguins Baseball • 1:00pm • Eastwood Field Penguin Productions Presents: FEDERAL FRENZY

Penguin Productions is proud to once again collaborate with the City of Youngstown and The Rich Center for Autism to present this full day celebration of music and art in the heart of downtown Youngstown. Stay tuned for the announcement of our full line up of student, regional, and national acts.

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Flag Football Spring 1-day tournament. It is a fast-paced, passing extreme football game in which there is no contact and you must de-flag the runner.

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Reflecting on the semester of what works and what needs changed is a great way to ensure future success within your organization. This round table discussion will be a great way to end the semester with your group leaders!

Penguins Baseball 5:30pm • Eastwood Field

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10:00am–2:00pm • Kilcawley Center Upper Floor Arcade

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Join us at our 2016 Open House! Tours! Food! Prizes!

10:00am–2:00pm Friendly 9-Hole Golf Tournament for Participants in Campus ter Golf Fitness Clinic Times posted on www.ysu.edu/ reccenter • Stambaugh Golf Course, Youngstown

6:00pm–9:00pm • Chestnut Room, Kilcawley Center

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This is a one day tournament where you get your team registered in Symplicity only 6 spots available. Your team can consist of co-rec or all men or all women and you must be preregistered to participate.

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Studies have shown that petting dogs can reduce stress! So come relieve some end-ofthe-semester stress and play with adorable puppies at the Campus Rec!

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Tuesday Relaxation Week: Group X Class

Let the magic of mindfulness practices help you unwind in this special Group X class. Specifically geared towards helping you relax not only your muscles but your mind, this class of mindfulness and basic yoga poses will take you away from studying and help you focus in the moment.

Time TBA • Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center Aerobics Studio

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10:00am–2:00pm • Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center Meditation Studio

Breakfast for all residents to kick off a stressful finals week.

10:00pm • Christman Dining Commons

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Ongoing Programs at the Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center Fitness Assessments

January 11–May 6 • Monday-Friday 10:00am-5:00pm • Wellness Resource Center

Looking to start an exercise program but don’t know where to begin? Stop by the Wellness Resource Center and sign up for a FREE total-body fitness assessment given by trained personnel. These assessments will test the five components of fitness: cardio-respiratory endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, body composition, and flexibility. Stop by the Campus Recreation Wellness Resource Center to schedule an appointment.

Rx Drop Off Box

January 11–May 6 • Available any time the YSU Police Station is open • YSU Police Station Lobby, 266 W. Wood St. Youngstown, OH. 44555

The Drop-Off box provides a safe and secure location for, YSU students, faculty, staff, and Youngstown community members to dispose of any older and outdated prescriptions, as well as syringes and needles—all free of charge.

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Lactation Room

January 11–May 6 • Monday-Thursday 6:30am-10:30pm Friday 6:30am-9:00pm Saturday & Sunday 10:00am-6:00pm • Beeghly Center Room 200A

Campus Recreation offers a lactation room for students, faculty, and staff to assist women with balancing their busy schedule and their needs as mothers of young children. Stop by the Campus Recreation administration office to check out the room key.

The Office of Student Activities Monday–Friday • 8:00am–5:00pm Campus Rec Andrews Student Recreation & Wellness Center Monday–Thursday • 6:30am–10:30pm Friday • 6:30am–9:00pm Saturday & Sunday • 10:00am - 6:00pm Administrative Office Monday–Friday • 8:00am–6:00pm Saturday & Sunday • Closed Wellness Resource Center Monday–Friday • 10:00am–5:00pm Saturday & Sunday • Closed Climbing Wall Monday–Thursday • 12:00pm–9:00pm Friday • 12:00am–8:00pm Saturday & Sunday • Closed

Massage Therapy

January 11–May 6 • Room 200, Beeghly Center

A massage session is one way to decrease stress and relax during a hectic school or work day. Campus Recreation and Employee Wellness are dedicated to providing you healthy ways to unwind or de-stress and want to provide a holistic wellness environment for the entire YSU community! Campus Recreation is teaming up with massage therapist Jessica Johnson and is excited to announce that massages will be offered to YSU students, faculty, staff, and affiliate members on campus. Registration is by appointment; contact Ryan at 330-941-2207.

Cost: $20 (plus tax) for Students, $30 (plus tax) for Faculty & Staff and $35 for affiliate members.

YSU for Recovery

January 11–May 6 • For times and locations, please refer to the YSU for Recovery schedule at www.ysu.edu/ reccenter

Attention all YSU students! There is a group on campus that you can talk to about any problems that you, or someone you know, may be having with addiction. YSU for Recovery group is here at Youngstown State University. These will be closed meetings for YSU students in recovery from addiction.

Group Exercise Classes

January 19–May 13 • Monday-Sunday 6:45am-8:00pm (varies) • Andrews Student Recreation & Wellness Center Aerobics Studio/SPINNING Area

Drop in and take one of 35 Group X classes taught by our nationally certified instructors. There is something for all fitness levels.

Aerobics Studio-Open Hours

For dates and times, please refer to the schedule at www.ysu.edu/reccenter • Located at the Andrews Student Recreation & Wellness Center, Aerobics Studio

Come enjoy all the equipment in the Aerobics studio including TRX bands, kettlebells, heavy bag, and more for informal use! Campus Recreation staff will be available for assistance if needed.

Beeghly Natatorium Monday–Friday • 11:00am–7:30pm Saturday • 12:00pm–4:00pm Sunday • Closed

Online Video Education

Check out our nutrition and workout videos. They are a great option if you are looking for nutrition advice or you can’t make it to the gym.

Workout: http://cms.ysu.edu/administrative-offices/campus-recreation-and-wellness/exercise-form-videos Nutrition: http://cms.ysu.edu/administrative-offices/campus-recreation-and-wellness/nutrition-videos

Housing & Residence Life Monday–Friday • 8:00am–5:00pm

Ask the Nutritionist

Kilcawley Center Monday–Thursday • 7:00am–11:00pm Friday and Saturday• 7:00am–10:00pm

January 11–May 6 • Various times and locations on campus

Do you have questions about your diet? Do you want to seek nutritional information but don’t know where to go or who to ask? Worry no more because the Campus Rec’s licensed nutritionist is here to help you! Join her for a table talk and learn all there is to know about proper nutrition and a healthy lifestyle! Contact Anna Pompeo for specific locations or additional information at avpompeo@student. ysu.edu

Student Health Services Monday–Friday • 8:00am–4:00pm

New User Orientation

Offered year-round • Andrews Student Recreation & Wellness Center, Strength & Conditioning Area

Drop in for this orientation, which introduces participants to the basic layout and proper use of the cardiovascular, selectorized, plateloaded, and free weight equipment. For participating in an orientation, you will receive a T-Shirt!

Special Needs Orientation

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Offered year-round • Andrews Student Recreation & Wellness Center, Strength & Conditioning Area

Drop in for this orientation, geared to any individual who needs special consideration to workout. Exercises utilizing the major muscle groups will be explained and demonstrated to participants by a trained staff member. Ask a Strength & Conditioning Staff member for details.

Personal Training

Offered Year-Round • Andrews Student Recreation & Wellness Center

Meet with a certified personal trainer to discuss your training goals and receive a personalized program to help you achieve them. A FREE Fitness Assessment MUST be completed prior to scheduling an appointment.

Cost: See session prices for individuals, partners and groups at https://cms.ysu.edu/administrative-offices/campus-recreation-andwellness/ongoing-programs


our Contact Information Contact our division partners for more information on any of our programs and services.

The Office of Student Activities

Kilcawley Center, Room 2082 • 330-941-3575 • www.ysu.edu/ studentactivities YSU Student Activities @ysu_activities @ysu_activities

Campus Rec

Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center • 330-941-3488 • web.ysu.edu/reccenter YSU Campus Recreation @YSUCampusRec @ ysucampusrec

Penguin Productions

Kilcawley Center, Room 2082 • 330-941-3575 • www.ysu.edu/penguin_pro YSU Penguin Productions @ysupenpro @ysupenpro

Housing & Residence Life

Kilcawley House, Room 100 • 330-941-3547 • housing.ysu.edu YSU Housing & Residence Life @YSU_HRL

Kilcawley Center

Kilcawley Center, Kilcawley Staff Office • 330-941-3571 • kc.ysu.edu • YSU Kilcawley Center

YSU Athletics

Stambaugh Stadium Athletics Ticket Office, Room 2036 • 330941-1978 • YSUsports.com Youngstown State Penguins @YSUsports @YSUsports

University Courtyard Apartments 91 Wick Oval, Youngstown, OH 44502 • 330-941-1999 or 888-239-9375 • www.ucyoungstown.com UCYoungstownApts UCYOUNGSTOWN UC_YOUNGSTOWN

Title IX Programs

YSU students and Associate Vice President for Student Experience , Eddie Howard encourage you to take advantage of involvement opportunities on campus!

Developing a campus community that fosters and celebrates differences

Student Experience Division Partners:

INTEGRITY

Office of Student Activities

Accepting personal responsibility and a willingness to hold others in the community accountable

Campus Recreation

AUTONOMY

Kilcawley Center, Room 1031 • 330-941-3391 • www.dineoncampus.com/YSU Facebook: YSUDining @YSUDining @YSUDining

The Division of Student Experience at Youngstown State University enhances students’ collegiate experience by providing an environment conducive to cultivating relationships, creating a sense of belonging, encouraging personal growth and responsibility, and developing a strong set of interpersonal and professional skills. Through the programs and services offered by the units within our Division, students will learn the value of civic engagement, cultural awareness, and gain an appreciation for diverse perspectives. We foster a sense of respect for our community that also promotes pride and loyalty for YSU while creating lasting memories.

BELONGING

Kilcawley House, First Floor • 330-941-3489 • healthclinic.ysu. edu/

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Our Mission

We will accomplish this mission by subscribing to the following core values:

Student Health Services

ABOUT YSU's Division of Student Experience

Office of Equal Opportunity and Policy Development Title IX Coordinator. • 330-941-2216 • http://cms.ysu.edu/ administrative-offices/equal-opportunity-and-policy-compliance/ equal-opportunity-and-policy

Encouraging independence through promotion and education of healthy lifestyle choices

RESPECT Valuing each member’s contributions towards our collective successes while treating others how you would like to be treated

Office of Student Conduct Student Health Services Housing & Residence Life Kilcawley Center

PASSION Helping students identify their passion as well as pursue it appropriately

SERVICE Creating a sense of institutional pride that encourages community engagement

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Distracted Driving Simulator Youngstown State University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, disability, age, religion or veteran/military status in its programs or activities. Please visit www.ysu.edu/ada-accessibility for contact information for persons designated to handle questions about this policy.

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ENTER OUR PHOTO CONTEST!

Submit photos of you and your friends doing any of The YSU Bucket List’s “52 Things to Do While You’re a Penguin!” You could win prizes, see your photos in the Fall Semester Student Experience Calendar and on social media, and even in the hallways of Kilcawley Center! The contest runs January 12 through April 15, 2016. Enter as often as you like! Two prizes will be awarded. Best Photo and Most Photos Selected for inclusion in the Fall Student Experience Calendar. Each of the two prize winners will receive a $25 gift certificate to the YSU Bookstore and a framed print of your photo! Contest entries are due 5:00pm, Friday, April 15. To enter, email your photos to klleeper@ysu.edu along with your name, YSU Banner number (required for prize distribution), daytime phone number, and YSU email address. Note which item you are checking off your list in the photos. Shoot and submit photos at the highest resolution possible. This will increase the chances of us publishing your work! Entry of photos in the contest implies consent for the Division of Student Experience to use them in the upcoming Fall Semester Student Experience Calendar and/or to reproduce them for social media and/or the Kilcawley Center hallways. You must be a current YSU student to enter. Winners will be announced on Friday, April 29.

Make the most of being a Penguin

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Need inspiration? See Re-Pete’s Bucket List photos within the Student Experience Calendar.

Learn the fight song Cheer on our student athletes at an event Take a picture with Pete the Penguin Meet President Tressel (See page 1) Participate in Welcome Week Check out the Student Organization Fair Join a student organization—or start one! Attend a Penguin Productions Event- Fall Fire Fest, Federal Frenzy, or a show at Covelli (See page 5) 9. Ride on a float in the Homecoming Parade 10. Attend a Student Government Association (SGA) meeting 11. Attend the Leadership Retreat or Summit 12. Go to a formal - Greek, Residence Hall Association, or Diversity Prom, just to name a few! 13. Go to a Group X class at the Rec or join an intramural sport team 14. Climb the Rock Wall at the Rec (See page 2) 15. Paint the rock on the Campus Core (See page 4) 16. Go to a Drag Show 17. Attend the MLK Breakfast 18. Be a guest—or host!—on Rookery Radio (See page 6) 19. Play Humans vs. Zombies 20. Volunteer at Crash Day 21. Be on the Move-In Crew 22. Get a campus job (See page 3) 23. Join Pete’s Pride 24. Attend graduation-before you graduate 25. Grab a bite at the Newman Center Finals Week Pancake Study Break

Experience what campus has to offer

26. Visit each building on campus at least once 27. Sit by the fountain when trees are in bloom 28. See a show at Ward Beecher Planetarium

29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36.

Visit the Youngstown Historical Center of Industry and Labor Visit the Clarence R. Smith Mineral Museum Attend a University Theatre Production Attend a YSU Dance Ensemble Concert Attend a musical performance Get your teeth cleaned at the Dental Hygiene Clinic Get your taxes done for free at Williamson Check out the Summer Festival of the Arts

Learn outside the classroom

37. Utilize resources at the Center for Student Progress, Writing Center, Math Assistance Center, and Career Services 38. Attend a Career Fair 39. Complete an internship or co-op 40. Build a relationship with a faculty mentor 41. Conduct research as a student and present at Quest 42. Attend a conference 43. Attend SGA’s Last Lecture Series 44. Participate in a debate or discussion 45. Attend International Student Coffee Hour and befriend an international student 46. Visit the Holocaust Museum in Washington, DC on the annual Trip 47. Study abroad

Explore the Youngstown area

48. 49. 50. 51. 52.

Take the Penguin Shuttle downtown Visit an exhibit at the Butler Institute of American Art Visit the Holiday Exhibit at the Arms Museum Attend Carols & Cocoa at Stambaugh Auditorium Use your YSU discount at local establishments! For a full list of discounts, visit: http://sga.ysu.edu/discounts/

Out-takes with Re-Pete

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Youngstown State University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, disability, age, religion or veteran/military status in its programs or activities. Please visit www.ysu.edu/ada-accessibility for contact information for persons designated to handle questions about this policy.

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