March 2012. In conjunction with the Cambria County Historical Society, History Club presented a “History Short,” consisting of readings of stories from Saint Francis University’s past.
Thanks to Elyse, Julie, Leah, and Lizeth for making SFU’s history come to life. Thanks also to the Cambria County Historical Society and Dave Huber for inviting History Club to participate in this event. Read more and see more pics after the jump.
Lizeth George, president of History Club, was recognized by SFU’s Student Government Association for all the work she’s done with History Club at the First Annual Student Involvement Awards held on Thursday, April 19th, 2012.
In the past year, Lizeth has coordinated:
- field trips to “History Shorts” put on by the Cambria County Historical Society
- the production of a History Short, “Saint Francis University Among the Pines”
- a bus trip – free and open to all SFU students – to Washington, D.C.
- and other activities, meetings, and fundraisers.
Thanks to Lizeth and all the History Club members, especially officers Elyse Grasser, Kelly Anne Heyden, and Leah Kletzi, for your hard work and participation. History Club adds extracurricular fun and opportunities to the HiPS department and the SFU community.
In March 2012 the History Club sponsored a bus trip to Washington, D.C., to visit museums and celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Cherry Blossom Festival. The trip was free and open to any SFU student who wanted to come along. Read more about it and see more pictures after the jump!
The History Club has attended two “History Shorts” (dramatic presentations about the past) put on by the Cambria County Historical Society, and is producing our own, entitled “Saint Francis University Among the Pines,” to be presented on March 21st at JFK.
If you would like to get involved with this activity or other History Club events, contact one of our officers or Dr. Damico. Our spring 2012 History Club officers are:
President: Lizeth George
Vice President: Elyse Grasser
Treasurer: Kelly-Anne Heyden
Secretary: Leah Kletzi
Watch this video to find out: HiPS Awesomeness
Do you like movies? Do you like kings and/or speeches?
Need CES credits and want to enjoy a good movie at the same time?! Join History Club this Tuesday September 20th at 7pm in Padua 110 as we watch The King’s Speech! All are welcome! Following the movie will be a brief discussion of the movie and its historical context with History professor Dr. Damico! See you then!
Merci beacoup to our “French gang,” Lisa Lafforgue, Coralie Frulio, and Coralie Pierre, for putting on a fantastic crepe sale. Hundreds upon hundreds of crepes were sold and we raised $458! That’s a lot of dough (and batter)!
Thanks also to everyone who helped out with the sale. Fantastic work! Washington D.C., here we come!
Sorry for the late notice on this one – but Dr. Woods, Dr. Damico, Ed Biemer and Samantha Smyers will be representing History Club at the Take Back the Night closing ceremonies today. We will be speaking (briefly) about the history of violence against women, and the role that legal systems and structures play in that violence.
4pm, today (Sunday, April 3rd)
Padua Lounge, 8am to 4pm
Friday, April 1st [NO FOOLIN!!]
The History Club is sponsoring a French Crepes Sale…
Come to enjoy some real French Crepes, made by French students !
1$ for 1 plain crepes, and up with toppings…
9$ for 10, 16$ for 20 crepes…
(If you want to order more than 5 crepes to share with your friends or family, please order by Wednesday 30th to email@example.com)