This week: Important Messages, Schedules, Reminders, Health & Wellness, Student Opportunities, and Announcements
On Friday morning, all the lights in Goetz were found on.
To turn the lights off, press the down arrow under the off button until the lights go out completely. I have someone trying to work on the programming of those controls to get the off button working, but for now press and hold the down arrow until the lights go off.
Lunch and Learn
Are you confused and stressed about registering for Spring 2020 classes? Don’t know what degree navigator is and how to use it? Bring your lunch and your laptop to Studio 111 on Thursday, 10/24 at 11:30am and get your questions answered!
Important Information for Spring 2020 Registration: Juniors and Seniors
Save the Dates!
The CWAH Dance & Philosophy lecture will take place on Tuesday, November 5th at 10am in Studio 110. All technique classes will be cancelled and the lecture is MANDATORY FOR ALL BFA STUDENTS. BA and Dance Minor students are encouraged to attend.
Sondra Horton Fraleigh is professor emeritus of dance and somatic studies at The College of Brockport, State University of New York, and the author of numerous books. A reception and book signing of Back to the Dance Itself: Phenomenologies of the Body in Performance, will follow.
LOOK HERE FOR Ballet and Technique Class Locations
Important Drop/Add Registration Dates:
- Wednesday September 11th – Monday, October 28th: Drop Period WITH a “W”
Concrète Jungle is a conversation between New York past and New York present, about New York’s future.
Concrète Jungle is a work of sound art performed live by composer Dan Siegler and special guests. The piece is inspired by and takes its title from musique concrète, an electroacoustic genre in which readymade sounds are employed in place of instrumentation. Featuring hundreds of intricately edited New York voices, Concrète Jungle highlights borough-specific accents, linguistic filler and word repetitions to form assembled sentences and musical grooves.
Dates + Times
Thursday, October 17, 7:30pm
Friday, October 18, 7:30pm
$15 Suggested Donation
The Main Gallery
51 Bergen St.
Pauline Kim Harris
ATTENTION ALL STUDENT CHOREOGRAPHERS
It has come to staff attention that students are interupting scheduled evening classes in order to start their rehearsal early. Students should not be interupting class. You are to wait until the class has ended before starting your rehearsal
Richard Carlson – Let’s Talk Hours
Mondays, 2:00 – 4:00pm
85 George Street (at Route 18), RH 011, Douglass Campus
It is near the covered bridge, in the basement.
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
CAPS Counselor: Richard Carlson
Visual Arts Building*
33 Livingston Ave
Office is in the Gallery: 2nd right and to the back
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
CAPS Counselor: Richard Carlson
*Building is in Downtown New Brunswick
Message from Ashton Waldron
Continuing Student Scholarship
Students of Mason Gross,
Each year the Mason Gross School of the Arts has a very limited/small amount of scholarship funds available to distribute to continuing students. To make the process of awarding of these funds fair and accessible to all students the New Scholarship Application for continuing students was created.
The Mason Gross continuing student application for NEW scholarship is now available online HERE:https://rutgers.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3gdDe47YffsRqyF
THERE ARE SOME CHANGES FROM LAST YEAR:
1. We have moved this application to a completely online format. No paper applications will be accepted.
2. Faculty recommendation letters will no longer be requested or accepted. You may choose to include the name and contact information of a faculty member as a reference you would like us to contact.
3. Please attach all required documents, including your most recent financial aid award letter found online here: https://finservices.rutgers.edu/faaward/letter/awardLogin.htm
WHO THIS APPLICATION IS FOR:
Students who wish to be considered for NEW scholarship money in ADDITION to any awards or loans they are already receiving.
WHO THIS APPLICATION IS NOT FOR:
Students wishing to renew a scholarship they are already getting. If your original award letter indicated your scholarship was renewable you do not need to fill out an application to renew your award. Those scholarships will automatically be renewed therefore no action is required.
DECEMBER 1 – PRIORITY CONSIDERATION
JUNE 1 – REGULAR CONSIDERATION
· We receive far more applications than we have money to award.
· Submitting an application will NOT guarantee you receive an award, only that you will be considered to receive some of the very limited funds that we have.
· Only students who receive an award will receive a response.
· Notification and assignment of awards will happen on a rolling basis until July 30th. All applications for regular consideration must be received no later than June 1.
· Scholarship funds are distributed on a first come/first served basis. The later you turn in your application the less money will be left for us to distribute.
Please contact email@example.com if you have any questions.
Winter Session 2020
- December 23, 2019 – January 17, 2020 (3 or 4 credit courses)
- January 2, 2020 -January 17, 2020 (1-2 credit courses)
You: I want to explore a new country, visit monumental sites, take cooking classes, learn about adopting a healthy lifestyle, work with non-profit organizations, and take part in nature sport activities!
How? Earn three credits over winter break, come join the Lifestyles of the Mediterranean Winter 2020 program!
All majors should check with their department for credit equivalency
When? Jan 2-15, 2020
Who can apply? Program open to Rutgers, Non-Rutgers, Undergraduate (sophomore and above) and Graduate students. Minimum GPA 2.5
Program Cost: $3,399*
Take a sneak peek into this course:
Rutgers Learning Center
Academic Success Series:
These workshops will run on Wednesdays from 5-6pm from 9/11-10/16. Workshops include Plan Your Success, Read to Succeed, Focus Concentrate Stay Motivated, Metacognition, Less Stress More Success, and Take Tests at Your Best.https://rlc.rutgers.edu/success-f19
Also, please feel free to register for a 1-on-1 academic coaching or writing coaching appointment at any time:https://webapps.rutgers.edu/student-rlc/Appt/Student
Health & Wellness
Rutgers Counseling, ADAP, & Psychiatric Services (CAPS)
Rutgers Counseling Centers:
61 Nichol Ave, New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 8:30am–4:30pm
17 Senior Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 8:30am–4:30pm
Students may also reach out to the following resources for support:
- NJ Hopeline: 1-855-654-6735
- Crisis Text Line: Text KNIGHTS to 741741 (anytime 24/7), Text STEVE for unmet mental health needs of students of color.
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 (TALK)
Block off dates for the fall Pilates Reformer classes at the Soma Center
BFA, BA majors and Dance minors, EdM & MFA grad. students are invited to sign up for free Pilates Reformer small group sessions in the Dance Department Soma Center. Students can sign up for a once-a-week, hour-long session. Sessions are available Mondays and Tuesdays 4-7 pm and begin on Monday, September 9th. The sign-up sheet for the first half of the Fall semester is posted outside the Soma Center, and sign-up is on a first-come basis.
Reformer classes are a wonderful opportunity to supplement your dance training with improved strength, core stability, alignment and flexibility, so please take advantage of this opportunity if your schedule permits. Weekly classes are also a great preparation for the Mason Gross Polestar Pilates Reformer Teacher Training on Saturdays in Spring 2020.
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Rutgers Homecoming 2019
Be a part of the Rutgers Homecoming tradition and at these can’t miss events celebrating our Scarlet Knight spirit and pride!
- Homecoming Bed Races Decorating: Wednesday, October 16th from 7pm-10pm
- 12th Annual Homing Charity Bed Races: Thursday, October 17th starting at 9pm
- Late Knight: Every Friday – October 2019 from 9pm-1am
- Rutgers vs. Minnesota Footaball Game: Saturday, October 19th
Events Happening on Campus
The Yard on College Avenue Fall Tour 2019 offers so much to do this month including: Fall Festival October 16; Halloween Family Movie Night October 27; as well as Zumba every Tuesday night; Movie Knight every Wednesday night; and morning yoga on Sundays.
Observe the night sky through a 20-inch optical telescope at the Robert A. Schommer Astronomical Observatory on Rutgers’ Busch Campus on select Thursdays of every month, weather permitting. This month’s dates are October 17 & 24.
Rutgers 12th Annual Homecoming Charity Bed Races return October 17. Watch teams of students race down Sicard Street (behind the College Avenue Student Center) for a great cause!
Pentacle Presents: Fall Further VIII Featuring works by Claire Porter, CoreDance Contemporary, DUNYC/Dancers Unlimited, Rachel Thorne Germond Performance Collage,Wellbeing Dance.
ABOUT THIS SHOW
The evening includes the work of five female-led dance companies, presenting a bit of everything for the stage—character narratives, multi-disciplinary studies, personal ancestral tributes—and more.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13TH, 2019 AT 7:00PM
$15 in advance
$18 at the door
To purchase tickets, visit:Dixon Place Hosts – Pentacle Presents
The Anatomy of Choice
Alexandra Beller/Dances is offering their Laban, Bartenieff and Anatomy course in a new one week structure. Please email us with any questions- firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
By focusing each class on Laban Movement Analysis, Bartenieff Fundamentals and Anatomy/Kinesiology, students will gain a 3-Dimensional awareness of the body in motion. Classes will start with one hour of movement practice based on deepening our somatic connections and re-patterning the body for greater efficiency. The course will equally utilize physical embodiment, deep analysis, and social contextualization.The workshop is geared towards teachers, bodyworkers, artists, healers, and movers who wish to expand their understanding of how, and why we move, and what meaning is derived from our choices.
This workshop counts as all three prerequisite Intro workshops required for entry into Laban Institute of Movement Studies Year-long and Modular programs. This includes Intro to LMA, Intro to BF and Intro to A/K.
For more information and how to enroll visit: Alexandra Beller/Dances
This fall, SpringboardX: rebel instinct unites Springboard artists Ryan Mason, Andrea Miller and Yin Yue. The two-day workshop will conclude with an informal showing at Gibney’s Agnes Varis Theater of excerpts from work by the three artists, followed by a Q&A moderated by Troy Ogilvie. The showing is free to rebel instinct participants!
Ballet Hispanico Invites you to the Apollo
Join us Friday, November 22 and Saturday, November 23 at 8:00pm for Ballet Hispánico’s return to the Apollo Theater featuring a program of works that deconstruct stereotypes and delve into cultural identity. We have affordable ticketing options starting at $10 to provide students at Mason Gross School of the Arts an accessible opportunity to experience the powerful and dynamic works of three leading Latina voices in dance.
Purchase tickets here. For groups of 8 or more, use promo code BHG19 for up to 20% off!
What’s Trending on Campus
Check out the first episode of a new Rutgers-New Brunswick video series highlighting lesser-known spots around campus.
Immersion On Dancing Around Race