LSC Late Nite Spring 2017

With finals week comes another LSC Late Nite. The student center will be open for extended hours with discounts on selected food vendors, multiple study zones and free massages! Below are the details for this semesters Late Nite Schedule. This Late Nite is sure to send you into finals as prepared as possible.

FUEL

  • 50% discount off of food vendors from 8:00 p.m. until midnight.:
  • Sunday, May 7: Bagel Place
  • Monday, May 8: Subway
  • Tuesday, May 9: Spoons
  • Wednesday May 10: Garbanzos
  • The coffee shops, Sweet Sinsations and Intermissions will offer 50% discounts from 7 to 10 p.m. Sweet Sinsations will be featured Sunday, May 7 and Tuesday, May 9; Intermissions will be featured Monday, May 8 and Wednesday, May 10.

FUN

  • Free Massages, 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
  • Board Games & Puzzles available for check out
  • Coloring Books and Giveaways
  • Learn more at Campus Information and Box Office

 

FOCUS

  • Multiple Study Zones
  • Building hours: Open until midnight
  • Laptop & Technology Checkout open until midnight

Little Shop of Physics Open House

Million-Volt Tesla Coil, Giant Fog Rings, and Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream… oh, my! Over 300 hands-on experiments, science spectacles and interactive presentations are coming to the Lory Student Center on Feb. 25. Make sure you don’t miss the wind tunnel too; it’ll blow your mind! (Get it?)

The annual Little Shop of Physics Open House will feature experiments and programs run by Colorado State University interns, volunteers and science partners. For a full list of attractions and partners, click here.

 

 

Schedule Overview: 

10:30 a.m.: UNC Science Demos
11:00 a.m.: Giant Fog Rings
11:30 a.m.: Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream
Noon: Plush Projectiles
12:30 p.m.: The Million-Volt Tesla Coil
1:00 p.m.: Giant Fog Rings
1:30 p.m.: Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream
2:00 p.m.: Plush Projectiles
2:30 p.m.: The Million-Volt Tesla Coil
3:00 p.m.: Giant Fog Rings
3:30 p.m.: UNC Science Demos
4:00 p.m.: Grand Finale

 

Get The Scoop

Off-Campus life is excited to host the upcoming event – Get The Scoop. The organization will be giving away free ice cream to anyone in the neighborhoods surrounding Colorado State University. On Aug. 6-7 from noon to 3. Off-Campus Life will travel through different streets in the Fort Collins community.

The program began as the “Kona Ice Project” in 2013. Since, then the name has transformed, but the mission is still the same. The Get the Scoop Program aims to welcome both students and community members back toe the neighborhoods and new school year.

Come join the the rest of the community, grab some free ice cream and get to know your neighbors.

LSC at the Lagoon Concert Series

The Lory Student Center is proud to present The Burroughs at the Summer Lagoon concert series for a night of staff appreciation on Wednesday, July 13. This summer long series is in celebration of NoCo life and the LSC welcomes its staff to honor their hard work.

The Student Center will have a booth near the Lagoon that will feature interactive games with chances to win Ram Gear. All prizes will be provided by the Bookstore.

Food Trucks from Northern Colorado will also accompany the event. Human Bean Coffee Truck, Sustainable Spoon, Wing Shack, The Taco Shop and A-Maize’n Kettle Corn will be located along Meridian Ave.

About the Band

The night’s performers began creating music is the summer of 2013. The band’s trademark soul music showcases a four-piece horn section, a powerful rhythm section and a talented front man, Johnny Burroughs.

Nine band members work together to to invoke sounds the resemble soul music from legends such as Etta James and Ray Charles. The Burroughs provide a high energy performance that is sure to get any crowd involved. The band includes: Tom Amend on keyboard and organ, Sean Hagermeister on guitar, Jeremey Fallis on trombone, Brian Claxton on bass, Alec Bell on trumpet, Briana Harris and Hayden Farr on saxophones, and Johnny Burrourghs on lead vocals. Each member is proud to call Northern Colorado their home.

 We are looking forward to seeing you at the concert. Be sure to share your photos with us by using #CSULSC and #lagoonconcert.

Display Case Marketing at the LSC

Did you know that the Lory Student Center has display cases located on the 100-level that reach 20,000 people each day during the academic school year? Do you want to know what’s even better? They are FREE for use.

Who Can Use Display Cases?

These display cases are open for use for any registered student organizations, University departments, and LSC entities and partners.

What Can Be Placed Inside?

We encourage people to be as creative as possible. That means banners, colored paper, photos, fabric, photos, trinkets, etc. are all perfect for display case designs.

How Long Can We Use it?

A maximum of 15 days per academic year (August-May) may be used by any group that meets the user requirements. Also, because traffic isn’t as high on the weekends, Saturdays and Sundays are not counted toward those 15 days.

Want more information?

Visit the Display Case webpage for more information. Ready to reserve your Lory Student Center display case today? The marketing team at Colab:LSC Marketing Shop is looking forward to hearing from you!

Band Interview: Sour Boy, Bitter Girl

For the past three years, Sour Boy, Bitter Girl has been performing their “Red Hot Regret Rock”.

“I’ve never been able to pin down a really accurate name for what we do,” Benjamin Buttice the guitar player and vocalist explained, “It’s somber. But not without humor. It’s loud. But not without subtlety.”

Sour Boy, Bitter Girl plays original songs written by by Benjamin and arranged with the band. However, they are known to do a cover every once in a while.

The band members include Benjamin who plays the guitar and sings. Alex Bailey plays the bass and sings as well. And the drum player, Mitchell Keller, also sings but only in the studio.

The band has played all over the country. The locations include 1000 cap venues to living rooms. They have even played in several barns in different states. However, they cannot pick one place that absolutely tops the others.

Sour Boy, Bitter Girl has their own particular reason for enjoying playing shows at the Ramskeller.

 

“I like to think that there might be one or two students in that room that are paying enough attention to realize that there is real culture in their town,” Said Benjamin, “Maybe, they’ll invest some time and heart into it. Even if it’s fleeting.”

 

Benjamin went to Colorado State University for a bachelor degree in Fine Arts. To hear recent updates from the band, click here. To view the full schedule for the LSC Live performances click here.

 

 

Human Rights Film Festival begins this weekend

The Act Human Rights Film Festival begins this weekend, April 15 – 22. The festival’s name, ACT, stands for “awaken, connect, transform”.

Colorado State University’s Department of Communication Studies debuts the inaugural, weeklong Act Human Rights Film Festival on CSU’s campus and the Lyric Cinema in Old Town, Fort Collins.

What to Expect at the Film Festival

Throughout the week, human rights films from around the world will be shown at either the Lory Student Center or Lyric Cinema. Fifteen films address several topics, such as human trafficking, homelessness, and political corruption.

Each film screening is hosted by a moderator who will provide a background to the film and lead a post-film Q&A session with individuals familiar with the creation, production and subject matter of the film: from filmmakers and producers to policy experts, scholars, and journalists.

This film festival is exemplary because after the screening and Q&A nonprofit representatives will be on-hand to help connect film-goers to additional information, opportunities for action and organizational involvement. Films are paired with a nonprofit organization whose mission and programming align with the topic of the film.

Students and community members can purchase tickets to individual films here.
Learn more about the film festival by visiting the website or by reading the College of Liberal arts Magazine article.