Student Announce October 11, 2022

Homecoming Family Weekend 2022 Basket Raffle

Homecoming Family Weekend is fast approaching and it is time to start thinking about our Annual Basket Raffle! Is your department or organization interested in donating a basket for the raffle? We encourage you to come up with a unique and fun theme for your basket! Please reach out to Sandra Burdick at or by calling X4098 to let us know if you are planning on donating a basket. Baskets will need to be wrapped in cellophane and delivered to the Office of Student Engagement in the Student Leadership Center no later than Wednesday, October 19th. Baskets will be displayed and tickets can be purchased in the Student Leadership Center, Room 204 on Friday, October 21st from 10am until 4pm and again at Homecoming on Saturday, October 22nd during the tailgate festivities with tickets being drawn at halftime. Tickets will be sold as a sheet of 25 tickets for $10. You may purchase multiple sheets if desired.

- Sandra Burdick

Athletics Week Preview

Alfred State Pioneer Athletics continue the fall season. An action-packed Saturday includes women’s volleyball, women’s soccer, men’s soccer, and men’s and women’s cross country. Follow along on Instagram @ascathletics Twitter @ascathletics and our website


Tuesday, Oct. 11


Women’s Soccer vs. Penn.- State Behrend @ 6 p.m.


Wednesday, Oct. 12


Women’s Volleyball vs Penn.- State Behrend @ 7 p.m.


Men’s Soccer @ Penn.- State Behrend @ 7 p.m.


Saturday Oct. 15


Men’s & Women's Cross Country @ Canisius

Women’s Volleyball @ Mt. Aloysius @ 11 a.m.


Men’s Soccer vs Mt. Aloysius @ 1:00 p.m.

Women’s Soccer vs. Mt. Aloysius @ 3:15 p.m.

- Anna Shutt

Shuttle Schedule for Classes

We appreciate your patience as the shuttle buses may be running slightly off schedule due to the campus road construction.

Facilities: Notice of Road Closure

The Village of Alfred contacted ASC Facilities to make the college aware that Hillcrest Drive will be closed both directions for construction as soon as Tuesday Oct. 11. No completion date has been announced. Be advised that you should use the main or other entrances during the village’s work.

- Russell Nunley

Instrumental Music

Hope everyone’s semester is going great!  There is still time to join Instrumental Music before our end of the semester concert.  The music we are looking at this semester is….


“I Dreamed a Dream” arranged by Robert Longfield (From Les Misérables)

Highlights from “The Wizard of Oz” arranged by Michael Story

“My Shot” arranged by Michael Brown (from Hamilton)

“Singin’ in the Rain” arranged by Michael Brown

“The Lion King” arranged by Paul Lavender

Music from “Wicked” arranged by Michael Sweeney


Rehearsals are in the Orvis Auditorium on Tuesday and Wednesday nights 5:30-7pm.  

The Genesee Headwaters Watershed Association invites ASC Faculty and Students

The Genesee Headwaters Watershed Association invites faculty and student volunteers to take part in our annual macro invertebrate survey. We meet at the Genesee, Pennsylvania town park at 2 o'clock Sunday, October 16. Each volunteer team will be given collecting equipment and be directed to one of the three branches of the headwaters in our beautiful, wooded valleys. Each team of volunteers will also receive instructions and be trained to identify caddis fly, may fly, and stone fly larva. The Genesee headwaters is a high-quality, class  A trout stream, and this survey is very important to monitor the health of our stream. An outdoor lunch of hearth oven pizza, salads & deserts will be provided free of charge. Contact Associate Professor, Steven Richard at (585) 610-0166 or email him at

Ergo Submissions/Cover Contest/Poetry Reading


Take a break, sit quietly, and create a piece of artwork, poem, story, or whatever and send to Ergo, Alfred State’s literary magazine, at



Wondering what to submit?  Full wrap cover (front & back) 17.25" wide by 11.25" high or just the front cover 8.75" wide by 11.25" high, 300 dpi, jpeg.  All entries must fit these specifications for consideration.

And better yet, there's a prize!  Winner and a runner-up will both get a $100 gift certificate for the ASC Campus Store, and boasting rights for being featured as the author of the cover on the Fall 2022 ERGO publication! 


- Debra Tomm

Pioneer Trails During Hunting Season - University Police

Just a reminder to anyone that may be on the Pioneer Trails to be aware that early bowhunting season has begun with other hunting seasons to follow over the next couple of weeks and month.  

You should be aware that our neighboring landowners may be hunting nearby during this time. If you are on the trails especially during sunrise and sunset, we suggest you take steps to make yourself visible to hunters who are hunting on private property. Below are some safety measures to keep yourself safe while in the woods:

  • Wear a blaze orange hat, vest or backpack
  • Keep your dogs on a leash and put blaze orange on them as well  
  • Make yourself known by making some noise as you walk or run by whistling or talking
  • If you hear shooting nearby raise your voice to alert hunters of your presence
  • Once a hunter is aware of your presence don’t make unnecessary noise to disturb wildlife, be courteous and avoid confrontations
  • Stay on the trails


- Linda Acomb