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    The Fosdick-Nelson Gallery is happy to announce the opening of "In Good Company: Alfred Foundations". There will be an opening reception on Wednesday, March 6 from 7-9pm. The exhibition celebrates the diversity of artistic voices across the School of Art and Design; both faculty and students who contribute to the vibrant culture of the first-year program. The show will be on view through April 3, 2019. Gallery hours are 11-4pm weekdays, 1-3pm Saturday and Sunday, and closed during university holidays (including Spring Break: March 9-17).


    Posted by: mcconnells
    March 7th, Thursday 1PM in Terra Cotta

    Concerns? Questions? Praises?

    I am interviewing International Students to talk about their experience and ways we can make their time here better! For more information email kio1@alfred.edu

    Attachment: Interviewing International Students


    Posted by: kio1
    Interested in German automobiles, lean manufacturing, robotics, business or culture?

    There will be an Allen Term 2020 class focused on the German auto industry. We will spend 10 days in January in Germany with German, Indian, Australian, Chinese and Belorussian college students visiting Porsche, Mercedes, BMW, and Kuka Robotics. If you are a junior or senior, this is an excellent APEX opportunity.

    All these topics will be covered in the Allen Term 2020 class on the German Auto Industry. If you are interested, come to an information session Tuesday, March 26 at 4:45 pm in Olin 308.


    Posted by: lewism
    Everyone is welcome! Eat what you cook!

    Tuesday, March 19, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
    with Chef Jason

    Saxon Swipe or $8
    (Cash, Credit, Dining Dollars, or Fiat Bux)
    Sign up by Monday, March 18.
    Call 871-2247 or email snyderhg@alfred.edu.
    Class size is limited.

    The Community Table is on the second floor of Powell Campus Center, next to the bookstore.


    Posted by: williamsmz
    Students and Advisors: Check out these exciting courses in Performing Arts for the Fall 2019!
    Offering courses in Theatre, Music, Dance, Performance Design & Technology
    THEATRE
    THEA 110 Introduction to Theatre
    THEA 240 Acting I
    THEA 205 Playwriting
    Opportunities on stage and behind the scenes for all Theatre Productions- email Lantz@alfred.edu

    PERFORMANCE DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY
    PDAT 120 Technical Theatre
    PDAT 200 Costuming on the Half Scale
    PDAT 222 Stage Make-up
    PDAT 220: Design Fundamentals: Stage/Dance & Film

    MUSIC
    Private Lessons available to ALL Students from Beginners to Advanced: Guitar, Piano, Strings, Winds, Brass, Percussion, Voice and the Chinese Guzheng- available for credit as listed in Banner
    MUSC 110 Music Appreciation
    MUSC 214 Music & Film "Reel Music in America"
    MUSC 200 Fundamentals of Music & Technology
    MUSC 200 Hand Percussion
    MUSC 130 Piano I
    MUSC 133 Music of the Guzheng
    MUSC 271 University Chorus
    MUSC 273 Concert Band
    MUSC 274 Jazz Ensemble
    MUSC 275 Symphony Orchestra
    MUSC 279 Chamber Music
    Music Ensembles are Open to Everyone- NO Audition necessary Instruments are available- Contact Lisa Lantz: Lantz@alfred.edu
    MUSC 272 Chamber Singers*
    *Audition information, contact Luanne Crosby: fclarke@alfred.edu

    DANCE
    DANC 120 Fundamentals of Dance
    DANC 200 African Dance !
    DANC 200 Costume Development for Dance
    DANC 222 Modern Dance I
    DANC 225 Laban Movement Practicum
    DANC 224 Contact Improvisation
    DANC 230 Improvisation/Composition
    DANC 325 Laban Movement Plenary



    Posted by: lantz
    Tuesday nights, 8:30 pm - 10:30 pm, in the Knight Club, PCC. We learn and enjoy dances from around the world. No experience necessary, we welcome beginners!
    Link: Alfred University International Folk Dancing

    Posted by: fmuller
  • Alfred Today

    May graduates, it is time to order your cap & gown at the AU Bookstore for May Commencement. Cap, gown, hood and tassel are required. The price for a Bachelor's complete unit (cap, gown, tassel, and hood,) $70.49 inlc. tax and Master complete unit $75.05. Pay at the time of ordering. Individual items can be purchased. Must be ordered by March 28th.

    Submitted by: Marcy Bradley

    If you will be a student at AU for the 2019-20 academic year and you have not already filed your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) ... It's FAFSA filing time!

    The 2019-20 FAFSA became available on October 1, 2018.

    You'll need your Federal Student Aid ID (FSA ID) to sign the 2019-20 FAFSA. Go to https://fsaid.ed.gov/npas... to create an FSA ID (if you do not already have one) or if you have forgotten your Username or Password..

    Proceed to https://studentaid.ed.gov... to get started with the FAFSA filing.

    For 2019-20, you will be using 2017 income information. No need to wait until 2018 tax return is filed!

    It is strongly recommended that you use the Data Retrieval Tool on the FAFSA to upload the 2017 income directly from the IRS to more quickly complete the form.

    The Alfred University FAFSA school code is 002668.

    Upon completion of the FAFSA, you will be directed to "Start your state application" if your home state requires it. For NY State residents, this form is called a TAP Application and is required for TAP and other NY State aid.

    For New York State Residents only: Be sure the proper Alfred University TAP school code is listed for both the fall and spring semesters.

    Alfred's Code is 0020 for programs in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, School of Business, College of Professional Studies, and Mechanical, Renewable Energy, and Undecided Engineering.

    Use code 0960 for all other Engineering Programs and the School of Art and Design.

    For more general information about financial aid at Alfred University, please visit our web page https://www.alfred.edu/ad... . Our telephone number is 607-871-2159 and our email address is financialaid@alfred.edu.

    Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

    Submitted by: Elena Wallace

    Join us for an African dance master class! Miller 300 1-2:15 on Tuesday, March 19th.

    The Alfred University Dance and Music departments in the Division of Performing Arts are honored to co-host Saakumu Dance Troupe for a four-day residency March 18 - 22, 2019. The award winning Saakumu Dance Troupe is one of the leading traditional/contemporary dance and music groups in Ghana, West Africa. Formally led by master musician Bernard Woma who passed away last April, the company continues to honor his legacy with their commitment to introducing audiences to traditional and contemporary African dance and music. Their repertoire features a wide range of West African dance from spiritual, ceremonial, and recreational genres to contemporary African dance forms. As the Director of Saakumu, Woma shared the performance stage with renowned artists such as Maya Angelou, Yo Yo Ma, and Glen Velez. Saakumu, in partnership with Slyboots Music, Art, and Dance School located in Buffalo New York, brings traditional and contemporary African dance and music to the communities in western and central New York.

    This residency will include drumming, dance, and song workshops, as well as a full performance in the Miller Performing Arts Center at Alfred University on Friday March 22nd at 7pm. Admission is free. The artists will also conduct a lecture demonstration for middle school students at Alfred-Almond Central School. There are master dance classes that are open to the community on Tuesday March 19th 1 - 2:15 and Thursday March 21 (Miller Performing Arts Center Studio 300) and an open drumming class Wednesday March 20 from 4:00 - 5:00 Miller Performing Arts Center Studio 302). The AU Performing Arts Division will supply the drums. The final performance on March 22nd in the Miller Performing Arts Center will include dance and music performed by the company. In addition, participants in Saakumu workshops will be invited to join the rehearsal on Friday and then to perform alongside the Saakumu Dance Troupe at the Friday night performance.

    This project is made possible with funds from the NYS DanceForce, a partnership program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. Additional support is provided by The Marlin Miller Dance Residency Program, and The Herrick Gallman Fund at Alfred University.

    Submitted by: Colleen Wahl

    Date of Event: Friday, March 22
    Time of Event: 7:00 pm (3:00 pm rehearsal for performers)
    Location of Event: Miller Performing Arts Center

    Join us for an uplifting and vibrant dum and dance concert featuring Saakumu Dance Troupe! It is sure to be a full house so come early. Those who want to perform with Saakumu can come to Miller Performing Arts Center at 3 pm for rehearsal to prepare for the show.

    The Alfred University Dance and Music departments in the Division of Performing Arts are honored to co-host Saakumu Dance Troupe for a four-day residency March 18 - 22, 2019. The award winning Saakumu Dance Troupe is one of the leading traditional/contemporary dance and music groups in Ghana, West Africa. Formally led by master musician Bernard Woma who passed away last April, the company continues to honor his legacy with their commitment to introducing audiences to traditional and contemporary African dance and music. Their repertoire features a wide range of West African dance from spiritual, ceremonial, and recreational genres to contemporary African dance forms. As the Director of Saakumu, Woma shared the performance stage with renowned artists such as Maya Angelou, Yo Yo Ma, and Glen Velez. Saakumu, in partnership with Slyboots Music, Art, and Dance School located in Buffalo New York, brings traditional and contemporary African dance and music to the communities in western and central New York.

    This residency will include drumming, dance, and song workshops, as well as a full performance in the Miller Performing Arts Center at Alfred University on Friday March 22nd at 7pm. Admission is free. The artists will also conduct a lecture demonstration for middle school students at Alfred-Almond Central School. There are master dance classes that are open to the community on Tuesday, March 19 from 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm and Thursday, March 21 (Miller Performing Arts Center Studio 300) and an open drumming class Wednesday March 20 from 4:00 - 5:00 Miller Performing Arts Center Studio 302). The AU Performing Arts Division will supply the drums. The final performance on March 22nd in the Miller Performing Arts Center will include dance and music performed by the company. In addition, participants in Saakumu workshops will be invited to join the rehearsal on Friday and then to perform alongside the Saakumu Dance Troupe at the Friday night performance.

    This project is made possible with funds from the NYS DanceForce, a partnership program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. Additional support is provided by The Marlin Miller Dance Residency Program, and The Herrick Gallman Fund at Alfred University.

    Submitted by: Colleen Wahl

    The Fosdick-Nelson Gallery is happy to announce the opening of "In Good Company: Alfred Foundations". There will be an opening reception on Wednesday, March 6 from 7-9pm. The exhibition celebrates the diversity of artistic voices across the School of Art and Design; both faculty and students who contribute to the vibrant culture of the first-year program. The show will be on view through April 3, 2019. Gallery hours are 11-4pm weekdays, 1-3pm Saturday and Sunday, and closed during university holidays (including Spring Break: March 9-17).

    Submitted by: Sharon McConnell

    Now through March 31, ALL BARGAIN BOOKS are 50% OFF at the AU Bookstore! Regularly $3.99-$9.99, NOW $1.99-4.99. Come browse the large selection!

    http://alfred.bncollege.com

    Submitted by: Marcy Bradley

    Support Staff Council invites you to enjoy a Mexican feast Thursday, March 21 from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm at the Community Table in the Powell Campus Center. This is our premier fundraiser for the Gail Walker Book Fund. Each year, the fund assists qualified students with textbook purchases.. Cash and cards accepted. Your support is appreciated!

    Submitted by: Gayle Gebhard

    Everyone is welcome! Eat what you cook!

    Tuesday, March 19, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
    with Chef Jason

    Saxon Swipe or $8
    (Cash, Credit, Dining Dollars, or Fiat Bux)
    Sign up by Monday, March 18.
    Call 871-2247 or email snyderhg@alfred.edu.
    Class size is limited.

    The Community Table is on the second floor of Powell Campus Center, next to the bookstore.

    Submitted by: Marie Williams

    Summertime here on campus has become a very busy season filled with many different activities including summer term courses, academic and sports camps, sports clinics, conferences, weddings and receptions as well as meetings and special events. In fact, the schedule for Summer 2019 is already filling up!

    If you are planning to hold a summer program, event or activity on campus and have not already notified the Office of Summer Programs, please do so as soon as possible. It is important that you contact us to check on space availability prior to confirming any events that will take place between May 20 and August 9, 2019. The Office of Summer Programs maintains the master summer calendar and will work with everyone involved to avoid scheduling conflicts.

    Your understanding and cooperation are much appreciated. We look forward to another busy, successful summer!

    Submitted by: Bonnie Dungan

    In order to have activities and achievements publicized we need to have a permission form on file for the student involved. If you have not done so please fill out the Hometown Permission Form and return it to Jen Guarasci, Office of Communications, Greene Hall, 2nd Floor. Or you may email it to guarascij@alfred.edu.

    This would include performances, dean's list announcements or any special project you are involved in.

    Attachment: Hometown Permission Form

    Submitted by: Jen Guarasci

    Tuesday nights, 8:30 pm - 10:30 pm, in the Knight Club, PCC. We learn and enjoy dances from around the world. No experience necessary, we welcome beginners!

    Alfred University International Folk Dancing

    Submitted by: Otto Muller

    Ever wonder what a day in the life of a German college student is like? (College is tuition-free, students are paid by their employer to go to school half the year and work the other half.) How humans and robots can work together? How businesses compete for customer market share globally? What it is like to be inside a medieval city? What makes Munich one of the most popular cities to visit in Europe? How the automobile evolved over the past 100+ years? What would it be like to see two of the most extensive car collections in the world? If you are a junior or senior, this is an excellent APEX opportunity.

    As an added bonus, we will be joined by students from Australia, India, China and Belarus making this a unique opportunity for cultural exchange.

    All these topics will be covered in the Allen Term 2020 class on the German Auto Industry. If you are interested, come to an information session Tuesday, March 26 at 4:45 pm in Olin 308.

    Submitted by: Mark Lewis

    Hip Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes explores the issues of masculinity, violence, homophobia, and sexism in hip hop music and culture through interviews with artists, academics and fans. This film is FREE and open to all! A short discussion will follow the film.

    WHEN: Monday, March 18
    WHERE: Holmes Auditorium
    TIME: 7:00 pm

    Submitted by: Amanda Khodorkovskaya

    In the Brick basement
    Every Thursday night from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
    Bring your own drawing materials

    Attachment: Open Draw

    Submitted by: Sage Gonzalez

    The Bergren Forum sponsored by the Division of Human Studies, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and The Provost Office will be meeting at 12:10 pm on Thursday, March 21 in the Nevins Theater, Powell Campus Center.

    Bring a brown bag lunch, coffee and tea will be provided

    Speaker: Georgina Berestain-Kendall
    Topic: SN Refsdal: The Supernova that Wouldn't Go Away

    Visiting Asst. Prof. of Astronomy Georgina Berestain-Kendall will discuss the 2014 discovery of the first multiply imaged, gravitationally lensed Supernova in the field of the Galaxy cluster MACS J1149, and its subsequent predicted reappearance about a year later. The talk will touch on general aspects of General Relativity, Cosmology, and Stellar Evolution.


    Submitted by: Marilyn Saxton

    Soulful Sit-downs are meaningful student-run conversations centered on weekly topics ranging from authenticity and mindfulness to vulnerability and fear.

    We meet EVERY WEEK ON THURSDAY FROM 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm AT THE TERRA COTTA COFFEE HOUSE in the upstairs lounge area. We are open to all AU and A-State students and encourage newcomers of all backgrounds to join the conversation space, even if it's just coming to listen!

    Submitted by: Mandela Franciscono

    Thursday, March 21, 2019
    4:30 - 5:30 pm
    Alfred Ceramic Art Museum

    In conjunction with the exhibition Kilns of Alfred: Transactions with Fire - as viewed through the lens of photographer Brian Oglesbee on view through July 29, 2019, Fredrickson's gallery talk will focus on the highlights of his career working with the luminaries of Alfred ceramic art and the Ceramic Art Division of the art school. He will share his insight into the nature of ceramics via the kiln and will concentrate his remarks on the role of the kiln in the individual artist studio.

    Alfred Ceramics Art Museum Events

    Submitted by: Alfred Ceramic Art Museum

    The Spring Career Fair is an event where representatives from a wide variety of companies attend the fair to recruit Alfred University students for internship, and entry-level full-time positions. There are 60+ companies signed up this year. Below are a few, check out the growing list on Handshake.

    Sponsored by: OWENS-ILLINOIS-Saxon Circle Member, SAMTEC-Saxon Circle Member, THE COLLEGIATE-Saxon Circle Member, KOHLER-Saxon Circle Member, NSG-Saxon Circle Member, CORNING-Saxon Circle Member

    Berkshire Farm Center and Services For Youth
    Bach to Rock Penfield
    United States Marine Corps Officer Programs
    City Year
    Simmers Crane Design & Services
    NYS Department of Transportation
    Alliance Advisory Group
    Playworks
    Kohler Company
    glassybaby
    Superior Tire & Rubber Corp.
    Addison Precision Manufacturing
    AIC Companies, LLC
    Camp Chateaugay
    AVX Corporation
    Evergreen Health
    NYS Department of Transportation
    Corelle Brands (Formerly World Kitchen, LLC)
    Jewish Community Center of Greater Buffalo
    Baker Victory Services
    Jones Memorial Hospital
    Mercury Aircraft Inc
    Northwestern Mutual - Rochester
    NSG
    ALSTOM
    HarbisonWalker International
    Thomas Electronics, Inc.
    National Veterinary Associates
    Siemens Industry, Inc.
    Vitro
    Enterprise Holdings
    BorgWarner
    Chemung Canal Trust Company
    Bartell Machinery
    Spencerport Central School District
    ACCORD Corporation
    Veterans Crisis Line
    AXA Advisors-Rochester
    Freed Maxick CPAs, P.C.
    Federal Bureau of Investigation
    Social Security Administration - Upstate, New York
    Gorbel, Inc.
    Office of the New York State Comptroller
    Ring Precision Components
    Hillside Family of Agencies
    Corning Federal Credit Union
    Summitville Tile Inc.
    Napoleon Engineering Services
    U.S. Army Health Care Recruiting
    NYS Parks and Recreation
    New York City Department Of Correction
    Pro Unlimited
    Nippon Electric Glass
    The Service Collaborative of WNY, Inc.
    Sandia National Laboratories
    Arc of Steuben
    Zircoa, Inc.
    Blasch Precision Ceramics
    United Parcel Service (UPS)
    Saint-Gobain Ceramic Materials


    Submitted by: Valerie Daciw

    Stop by the Career Development Center for resume critiques prior to the career fair. March 19th and 20th between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm.

    *** All Students*** Please have a printed copy of your resume with you.


    Submitted by: Valerie Daciw

    SAVE THE DATE!!
    Alfred University will be presenting the Undergraduate Research Forum on Thursday, April 25 from 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm in the McLane Center.

    The Undergraduate Research Forum showcases the creative and scholarly activities of undergraduates engaged in research. Be part of the celebrating all the hard work put in by the students and their project advisors.

    Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to attend and support their colleagues and peers.

    This event is open to the public.

    Submitted by: Shannon Yocum

    Are you a Jewish student who wants to be more involved with Jewish life at Alfred University? Are you not Jewish, but like living in a communal space and working alongside Alfred's Jewish community? Apply to live at the Hillel House next year!

    The Hillel House has 5 bedrooms (many can be either singles or doubles). This residence hall features a kosher kitchen with separate utensils for meat and dairy and a well equipped non-kosher kitchen where anything can be cooked. It is also equipped with 3 bathrooms (with 2 showers and a shower/bath)

    Please send your completed application to fgreil@alfred.edu. If you have any questions please email fgreil@alfred.edu.

    Attachment: Application

    Submitted by: Rachael Pettinicchi

    April 6 - August 9, 2019
    Opening Reception: Saturday, April 6, 5-8pm
    Cohen Gallery

    Fitting In and Standing Out showcases a comprehensive sampling of Monica Duncan and Lara Odell's work, starting with the collaborative pieces they created while at Alfred (they met in 2000, when Monica was a BFA student and Lara was working at the IEA as Technical Associate) and ending with their most recent individual projects.

    In Duncan and Odell's collaborative works, a recurring theme is the close observation of how bodies fit in or take on the qualities of their environment. Whether it be in a physical space or on a 2-dimensional surface, the artists play with how bodies blend in and out, mimicking shapes, colors and gestures, and in doing so, rearrange the figure-ground relationship. Utilizing custom garments and other props as extensions of the body, Duncan and Odell are interested how we experience and perceive bodies and objects in space-how to be simultaneously seeing and the ones being seen?

    Although in different capacities and interpretations, the idea of the "cut-out" has been a common trope in both Duncan and Odell's collaborative and individual artworks. Duncan plays with the notion of the cut-out in video-based performance pieces, using sets, luma-keying and other processing effects and props; Odell takes the concept into the realm of painting and drawing, merging the two practices. Both explore ways in which the body and objects mimic or defy their surroundings; where they deviate, Duncan uses actual bodies and props; Odell creates paper representations. Odell's cut-outs play with ideas of transience, mutability, the fragility of identity. She uses cut paper and paint to create figurative scenes, calling to mind the artifice and ephemeral nature of being.

    About the Artists:
    Monica Duncan and Lara Odell began their working relationship and friendship at Alfred University in 2000, when Monica was an undergrad art student and Lara (BFA '98) was the Technical Associate at the Institute for Electronic Art. Their first collaborative project, Antibodies (2002), was realized both at Alfred and the Experimental Television Center in Owego, NY.

    Submitted by: Caitlin Brown

    Did you know that the IRS has announced updated retirement plan contribution limits for 2019?

    403(b) Plan Contribution Limits:
    For 2019, the contribution limit for employees into this type of account is rising from $18,500 in 2018 to $19,000 in 2019.
    For participants who are age 50 and older, the catch-up contribution amount of $6,000 has not changed. Meaning that older savers can choose to defer up to $25,000 of their compensation into their accounts.

    How do you open a Supplemental Retirement Account (SRA) with AU?
    1. First you have to decide how much money you want to set aside.
    2. Secondly you have to decide if you want that money to be a Pre-Tax or Post-Tax deduction.

    -Pre-tax contribution is the amount of deductions you make from your bi-weekly gross wage into your 403b retirement savings account, BEFORE taxes have been deducted. By making pre-tax contributions, you are lowering your current taxable income.
    -Post-Tax contribution is the amount of deductions you make from your bi-weekly gross wage into your 403b retirement savings account, AFTER taxes have been deducted. By making post-tax contributions, you do not have to pay tax on withdrawals because you've already paid taxes

    3. Third, you contact HR, as detailed below, and we would be happy to help you!

    Non-Statutory (Regular AU Employees):
    With this type of account we are able to process your contribution as a flat dollar amount, not a percentage. If you wish to open a new account you should fill out the form attached and return to Kim Wyant, HR Assistant, in Human Resources.

    Statutory (NYSCC):
    With this type of account we are able to process your contribution as a flat dollar amount, not a percentage. If you wish to open a new account you should contact, Kayleigh Misner, HR Generalist, to set up your appointment to enroll in either a pre-tax or post-tax SRA account.

    Attachment: SRA

    Submitted by: Kayleigh Misner

    March is Women's History Month. Come browse our shelves, all female authored trade books are 20% OFF through March 31 at the AU Bookstore.

    http://alfred.bncollege.com

    Submitted by: Marcy Bradley

    Annual Russell Lecture
    Aram Goudsouzian , University of Memphis
    Monday, March 18
    Nevins Theater, PCC

    Submitted by: Gary Ostrower

    You can be part of a unique international student exchange held in Germany over Allen Term 2020. Students from Alfred University will join with students from Germany, India, Australia, China and Belarus for an international class to explore culture as well as the German Auto Industry. You do not have to speak German - English will be spoken in the classroom and company visits.

    To learn more, come to an information session Tuesday, March 26 4:45 - 5:45 pm in Olin 308.

    Submitted by: Mark Lewis

    With the Fiscal year end fast approaching, Payroll is asking that departments send in their redistribution requests as soon as possible. Payroll has created a new Redistribution form in an effort to make redistribution requests more streamlined. Please use the new form found on the Payroll web page. All future requests will need to be completed on this form and sent to the Payroll department for processing.

    Payroll - Redistribution Form

    Submitted by: Jessica Clinger

    Looking to make a little extra cash? We are looking for usher's for Honor's Convocation and Commencement. Come see your friends graduate without needing a ticket! Spots are limited so contact as soon as possible summerpro@alfred.edu or by phone (607.871-2612) no later than April 1.

    Submitted by: Emma McDowell

    Enjoy basketball?! Feeling lucky on who will win this year's March Madness tournament?! The Accounting Club is hosting a March Madness fundraiser and everyone is welcome to join. Create your own bracket(s) and if you get the most correct games, you win half the money raised! You can either create your bracket on paper or online through an app. Only $5 to join. A great way to support a local club and earn some easy cash. This year's tournament is going to be intense. Don't miss out!

    If interested, contact the Accounting Club at auaccountingclub@alfred.edu or come visit us at the beginning of this week in Powell until Tuesday. We will be on the 3rd floor during lunch and dinner.

    Submitted by: Kourtney Keys

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