Announcements Archives

School Supplies for Children

Posted on: April 28th, 2016 by Randy

We are collecting school supplies this week 4/27-4/29 and next 5/2-5-7! If you have any new or gently used items please bring them to the HUB table between 9am-2pm or student activities office between 9am-5pm. These supplies will be benefiting the Whole Village Family Resource Center here in Plymouth. They donate school supplies to families that will not be able supply the proper materials for their children to succeed in the academics. We are trying support education for education! Please support us in this initiative.

– Anne Marie Vaillancourt

Support Eating Disorders Online Auction

Posted on: April 22nd, 2016 by Amy

The Eating Disorders Institute holds its annual online auction from April 25 through May 13, 2016. Proceeds help provide eating disorders outreach and body image programs. Browse auction items.

Queering the Spirit

Posted on: April 20th, 2016 by Randy

Sex. Religion. Pizza. Our journey draws to its conclusion with two awesome guest speakers…

May 4th: Shaun Connors is a PSU senior social work major and transgender Christian. Come hear his story and celebrate his upcoming graduation! (For more info, visit the Facebook event page.)

  • WHEN: Wednesdays, 12pm — 1pm
  • WHERE: HUB Student Senate Room

All Are Welcome. Queering the Spirit is sponsored by C3: Caring Campus Coalition and the Office for Community Development & Diversity.

Shuttle Schedule Change Beginning April 11th

Posted on: April 8th, 2016 by dperrin

********NOTICE*********

DUE TO CONSTRUCTION WORK ON TOBEY ROAD

THE WMAC SHUTTLE STOP

WILL BE CLOSED BEGINNING MON APRIL 11

DROP-OFF & PICK-UP WILL BE AT THE CENTER LODGE CROSSWALK

ROUTE WILL BE FROM LANGDON WOODS TO HUB/PROSPECT VIA WEEKS ST & MERRILL ST

*THE SHUTTLE SERVICE MAY EXPERIENCE DELAYS DURING THIS TIME*

PSU Summer Camps 2016

Posted on: April 7th, 2016 by Kristen

PSU Summer Camps 2016 are here and better than ever! Mindflight, has been updated and is offering seven programs to choose from this summer. Check it all out at: https://www.plymouth.edu/community-education/children-and-youth-summer-programs/

Save the date for Lavender Graduation!

Posted on: March 24th, 2016 by Debbie

Monday, May 2, 2016 at 4 PM

Welcome Center (at the Ice Arena)

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Jim Hundrieser

Lavender Graduation, or LavGrad, is a celebration for graduating LGBTQ+ students, allies and their families. Faculty, staff, and students interested in  supporting these students and celebrating their accomplishments are encouraged to attend!  This year LavGrad will be hosted by Queer Council and the Community Development and Diversity Office.For more information about LavGrad go here: https://www.plymouth.edu/office/dean-of-students/community-development-and-diversity/lavender-graduation/

Registration For Graduates

If you or a student you know are graduating this year and are interested in being recognized please complete the registration form found in the link below before April 18th.

https://www.plymouth.edu/office/sage/lgbtqia-programming/queer-programs-and-events/lavender-graduation/registration-form/

Award Nominations

There are several awards given out at LavGrad. Please read the descriptions below and complete the quick and easy nomination form (all you have to know is the person’s name and a sentence or so about why you think they should receive the award) here before April 18th: https://plymouthstate.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_8ixTstfsFnoH8fr

  1. The Carol Perkins Community Advocate Award which recognizes a member of the community beyond Plymouth State University who has made a significant positive contribution to the causes of LGBTQ visibility, equality, and/or justice.

    b. The Outstanding Campus Ally Award: recognizes a Plymouth State University student ally who has demonstrated exceptional support and advocacy to the LGBTQ campus community and who reaches across differences to achieve mutual goals.

    c. The Rainbow Tassel Award which recognizes a Plymouth State University graduating senior who is LGBTQ-identified, and who has made a positive impact on campus.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Katie Herzig

Queer Council

Faculty Advisor for PSU Pride