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Weekend Distractions CXXI

Thursday, September 11th, 2014

THURSDAY
5:30pm – Tang Welcome Back Celebration @ Tang Teaching Museum
7:00pm – Auditions for Cab Troupe: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee @ Zankel 214
8:00pm – Lively Lucy’s Presents Stolked for Folk @ Falstaff’s
8:00pm – Poetry/Fiction Reading: Jay Rogoff & Anthony Wallace @ Davis
10:00pm – Auditions for The Sketchies @ Studio B (JKB)

FRIDAY
3:30pm – Auditions for The Ad-Libs @ Upstairs of JKB
3:30pm – Darkmatter Spoken Word Workshop @ ICC
7:00pm – Auditions for Cab Troupe: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee @ Zankel 214
8:00pm – Veena Chandra, Sitar Faculty Concert @ Zankel
10:00pm – Darkmatter Spoken Word Performance @ Spa

SATURDAY:
1:00pm – Field Hockey vs. New Paltz
3:00pm – Men’s Soccer vs. Nazareth
3:35pm – Auditions for Rey and Lemay LIVE House Band @ Band Trailer
5:40pm – Auditions for Rey and Lemay LIVE Writer’s Room @ Studio B (JKB Theater)
6:30pm – MoonGlow: Hot Air Balloons @ South Park Green
8:00pm – Los Elk and Midnight Snack @ Putnam Den
10:00pm – Ad-Libs Newbie Show @ Wiecking Basement

SUNDAY
1:00pm – Field Hockey vs. Babson
3:30pm – Skidprov @ Filene Recital Hall
8:00pm – WSPN Big Meeting @ Gannett

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Spring Soccer Season Canceled Over Hazing Allegations

Friday, February 22nd, 2013

Skidmore has canceled the men’s spring soccer season after reports of hazing, according to an email sent last night by President Glotzbach.

The incident in question—”Rookie Night”—allegedly took place on November 30 at an off-campus location. Glotzbach emphasized that “the students in question have not only endangered a number of their fellow students but also threatened the core values that bind and undergird our entire community.”

While no one was injured or hospitalized, the hazing comes at a point when colleges across the country have been cracking down on similar incidents. At Cornell, the Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity was recently barred from campus after two pledges were hospitalized, while in December, almost two dozen brothers in the Pi Kappa Alpha chapter at Northern Illinois were charged with hazing crimes after the death of a pledge

Campus Safety investigated the initial allegations, providing information to the Saratoga Springs Police Department and District Attorney James Murphy. In total, 28 students and 24 current members of the soccer team are undergoing disciplinary proceedings.

More as this story develops.

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