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Wanna Learn Chinese?

Have you ever thought of learning a totally different language?
Mandarin Chinese is available at AU, and it's waiting for you.
You can choose CHIN 102 or 202 for the spring semester.
To learn Chinese is to
Exercise your brain
Possibly get a scholarship to travel to China
Experience a culture as old as 5,000 years
Seize the chance for the up and coming Robot and Chinese age in the 21st century!
Join us today!
Contact Katie Wang for more

Posted By: ChenY

Learn Tai Chi for Free and Get Certificate in the Campus!

Tai Chi has been proven to be one of the world's best exercises, for your physical and mental health, learn Tai Chi with us! Taught by Master Fang, a award-winning martial art master from China, leading us step by step, you will learn 24 forms, Qigong, and Yang Style Tai Chi. And on April, Experts from China will be here for the Martial Art Level Exam, you can get one as long as you put efforts in it!

The time is 9:00-10:00 every morning, possible night course if there're enough people.

From Jan 16, 2018, on Mon, Wed, and Fri, we'll take lessons focusing on 24 Form. On Tue and Thurs, we'll take lessons focusing on Qigong and Yang Style Tai Chi.

The location will be on the second floor of Mclane Center, the multipurpose room.

Join the fun, no limitation to gender and age!

Contact Charles Chen at or 718-730-2616

Posted By: ChenY

Jr. Strings Winter Concert Tues. Dec. 12 at 7:00 pm Miller Theater

The Alfred University Junior String Program will present their annual Winter Concert Tuesday, Dec. 12 at 7:00 pm in Miller Theater. The concert features the Junior String Ensemble as well as the younger Suzuki String Ensemble, under the direction of Dr. Lisa Lantz, founder of the program now entering its 20th season. Violinists Grace Lee, Candy Zhou and Isabel Metz will perform solo works accompanied by the very talented Caroline Ding. The public is invited and families with young children are especially encourage to attend. A reception will follow in Miller Lobby.

Posted By: lantz

Walk Like A Penguin

Cold weather, ice and snow can increase the chances of slips and falls, so the office of Environmental Health and Safety wants to remind all Saxons to stay safe this winter. We remind you to dress warmly and wear the appropriate attire, and, when appropriate, walk like a penguin. It may sound silly, but short, shuffled steps can decrease your chances of slipping. Be sure to download a copy of our Walk Like A Penguin poster to post in your area as we enter the winter season.

Attachment: Poster

Posted By: perrydr

Winter Break Housing Requests

In an effort to streamline the process of break closing and early arrivals, please fill out this form if you have students who need alternate break accommodations, i.e. they need to stay late or return early. If you need to submit a request for a large number of students at a time, please email for the link to the google sheet to add them directly.

Winter Break Housing Accommodations

Posted By: gebel

Fried Chicken and Ribs Pop-Up

Wednesday, December 13th, 4-6 PM
Community Table, Second Floor of Powell Campus Center

Individual dinners are a Saxon Swipe
or $8 in cash, credit, dining dollars, or fiat bux.
Individual dinners include sides, cookie, and a drink.

8 and 12 piece dinners with sides are also available.
8 piece is $18, and 12 piece is $32.

Posted By: williamsmz

Last Sale of the Semester @ the AU Bookstore, Don't miss it!

25% OFF all outer wear, cold weather accessories, and ALL sweatshirts! NOW thru Dec. 15th!

Posted By: bradlemk

Return your RENTALS (before leaving for break)

Remember to return your rented textbooks back to the AU Bookstore BEFORE leaving for break. Textbooks need to be back by December 15. You will not be able to get back into your room after Dec. 12 to get them.

Posted By: bradlemk

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