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ASU-NITY Week Packed with Fun and Enrichment for Students

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Author: Timothy C. Ervin

Release Date: Nov 08, 2017

The Division of Student Affairs will celebrate students during a week of homecoming events.

Alabama State University’s Division of Student Affairs will host its first ever “ASU-NITY: Student Appreciation Week” from Nov. 12 to 19. The weeklong event offers an opportunity for students to kick-off homecoming by celebrating campus life through educational, social, cultural, spiritual and health and wellness activities.
“ASU-NITY” will include a Fall Carnival and a “Real Talk” seminar with music and actress, Charnele Brown who portrayed the character Kim on “A Different World,” and a Pre-Turkey Day Classic student concert featuring Yo Gotti, Blac Youngsta and Jacquees.

Complete schedule:

Sunday, November 12

“Live from the Hive!” An Empowerment Sunday
Abernathy Hall Auditorium
10:30 a.m.

Fall Carnival! sponsored by Student Government Association
Hardy Center Amphitheater
4 p.m.

Monday, November 13

“Walk with Ross!” presented by Health Services
Councill Hall (Front Entrance)
Noon

ASU “Black Out” Pep Rally! sponsored by Student Government Association
Dunn-Oliver Acadome
4 p.m.

Lady Hornets vs. Savannah State University
Dunn-Oliver Acadome
7 p.m.

Tuesday, November 14

“We Are 1 ASU Chat and Chew” hosted by Miss ASU
Fred Shuttlesworth Dining Hall
11 a.m.

“What Would You Attempt to Do If You Knew You Could Not Fail?”: A Personal Journey on Sports, Music and Entertainment featuring Dr. Marc Williams
Abernathy Hall Auditorium
3 p.m.

“Vote…Like Your Life Depended on It!” sponsored by UPAAB
Abernathy Hall Auditorium
7 p.m.

“ASU-nity Homecoming Talent Show” sponsored by Student Government Association
Abernathy Hall Auditorium
9 p.m.

Wednesday, November 15

“Black and Gold Movie Afternoon” sponsored by UPAAB
Hardy Center Student Theater
1 p.m.

“Telling Our Story: A Sesquicentennial Celebration” presented by the College of Visual and Performing Arts
Tullibody Performing Arts Center (Leila Barlow Theater)
7 p.m.

ASU Family Night
(admission is free with an ASU faculty, staff or student ID)

This show will run nightly at 7 p.m. from Wednesday, November 15 through Saturday,November 18.

Thursday, November 16

“Real Talk” featuring actress, producer and singer Charnele Brown (“Kim” from “A Different World”)
Hardy Center Ballrooms A, B & C
11 a.m.

“Careers in Sports and Entertainment: Building Personal and Professional Relationships” presentation featuring Jackie Rinehart, former President of Motown and Senior Vice President of Universal Records, moderated by Dr. Marc Williams
Hardy Center Ballrooms A, B & C
3 p.m.

Lady Hornets vs. Troy University
Dunn-Oliver Acadome
7 p.m.

My ASU after Dark: Elite Fashion Show
Shuttlesworth Dining Hall
9 p.m.
Admission is one new, hygiene item (i.e., soap, deodorant, toothpaste, feminine hygiene products).

Friday, November 17

Pride Mixer hosted by Amplified
Dunn-Oliver Acadome (Front Steps)
11 a.m.

Pre-Turkey Day Classic Student Concert sponsored by Student Government Association
Dunn-Oliver Acadome
7 p.m.
Tickets available at https://omega.xorbia.com/asu-homecoming-concert/xt/?referral=xt-buy-tix

Saturday, November 18

ASU Cares Campuswide Clean-Up! hosted by Miss ASU
Councill Hall (Front Entrance)
1 p.m.

National Panhellenic Council Homecoming Step Show
Dunn-Oliver Acadome
7 p.m.

Sunday, November 19

Swag Surf Pool Party sponsored by Student Government Association
Norman Walton Aquatic Center
5 p.m.

“Hornets Give!”
All week long, Hornets are encouraged to give new, hygiene items (i.e., soap, deodorant, toothpaste, feminine hygiene products) that will be donated to the Family Sunshine Center. Items can be brought to the following locations and placed in the decorated boxes:

The SGA Complex (Hardy Center - 2nd Floor)

The Office of the Vice President of Student Affairs (Hardy Center-1st Floor)
 

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