Indie concert: Arms & Sleepers, American Royalty and Gianni Paci
Arms & Sleepers is an electronic duo from Boston. American Royalty is a psych-pop trio from Brooklyn. Guitarist Gianni Paci is a recent graduate of New York University and is influenced by Buddy Holly and The Beatles. Performer Magazine recently featured him on its cover. $5 at the door; parking for those without a campus parking sticker is $1 -- see oswego.edu/administration/parking. 312-4581.
Location: Lounge, Hewitt Union
Friday, April 25, 7 p.m. - 10 p.m.
Theatre performance: "Young Frankenstein"
$15 ($7 for SUNY Oswego students), including parking in front of Culkin Hall and in lot E-18 east of Culkin. 312-2141. www.oswego.edu/arts
Location: Waterman Theatre, Tyler Hall
Friday, April 25, 7:30 p.m. - 9:45 p.m.
Baseball vs. Ithaca
Location: Oswego, NY- Laker Baseball Field
Wednesday, April 23, 4 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Men's Lacrosse vs. Potsdam
Location: Oswego, NY- South Athletic Field
Wednesday, April 23, 4 p.m. - 6 p.m.
GOLD Third Thursdays
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Location: Various Cities
Thursday, May 15, 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Reunion Weekend 2014
More information: alumni.oswego.edu/reunion
Location: SUNY Oswego, New York 104, Oswego, NY, United States
Thursday, June 5, noon - noon
TATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK at OSWEGO
CAMPUS CONCEPT COMMITTEE
RECOMMENDED TRAFFIC AND PARKING GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
Recommended by Campus Concept Committee 7/3/01
Reviewed and amended by President’s Council 7/16/01
Implementation of the 1999 capital plan is progressing to the point where some campus-wide issues are able to be defined. Rich Hall, the School of Education, Swetman/Poucher and the Campus Center all have, or are developing, detailed program studies that will allow a full definition of the impacts of these projects on campus traffic. As part of the Campus Center study, Cannon Design will complete a traffic engineering design that will recommend solutions to the issues identified by the preliminary discussions that have taken place across the campus. Prior to that effort, it is the role of the campus concept committee to summarize and make recommendations concerning the goals and objectives
that these solutions must meet to be considered successful.
Certain parameters of the campus configuration and capital plan should, to the extent possible, take into account the following goals in any and all project plans:
1. Safe, convenient, and available parking and transport for all members of the campus community is an important college service that should be improved at each opportunity.
2. The integrity of the pedestrian corridor or spine from Rich Hall, along Takamine St., through and around Swetman Hall, and proceeding west to Penfield Library, Lanigan Hall, and to the western residence halls is a critical unifying element of the campus and should be preserved and enhanced.
3. The residential nature of the lakeside buildings and areas along Rudolph road should be preserved and enhanced.
4. All projects and improvements should be fully accessible and meet the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The campus concept committee should ask the campus parking committee to provide input to project consultants on possible solutions within the goals listed above and the following guidelines:
A. Traffic should be drawn away from Centennial by providing more prominent vehicle accesses to the campus from Sheldon Ave. and Washington Blvd.
B. In general, parking lots to the north of the pedestrian spine should be for residential use and parking lots to the south of the spine should be for commuter use. This would reduce traffic across the spine and reduce “hunting” trips along the lakefront.
C. Greenspaces, landscaping, and surfaces should be used to differentiate and buffer the pedestrian areas from vehicle areas.
SOME OF THE ISSUES REMAINING TO BE ADDRESSED:
1. Should building vehicle drop-offs and short term parking be available for each building?
2. Given the Oswego weather, what is a reasonable walking distance from parking to an interior space or protected corridor?
3. How much emphasis should the campus put on providing parking close to buildings as opposed to providing effective shuttle services?
4. How should we resolve the conflict between vehicles and pedestrians at Centennial and Takamine?
5. What is the appropriate mix of residence, commuter and employee parking?
6. What are the implications of extending the main campus access road to the east of Funnelle Hall and through to Washington Blvd?