News Releases - February 2004

•   BAROQUE, VOCAL SONGS PRESENTED MARCH 10
The music department will present "Baroque Pearls and 20th Century Gems" at 8 p.m. Wednesday, March 10, in the Sheldon Hall ballroom on campus. This admission-free concert will feature the College Choir and Chamber Singers and the College-Community Orchestra.

•   KERRY STRAYER SEPTET TO PERFORM MARCH 20
The Kerry Strayer Septet will perform jazz at 8 p.m. Saturday, March 20, at Tyler Hall's Waterman Theatre at SUNY Oswego. Strayer's 1998 tribute album, "Jeru Blue: A Tribute to Gerry Mulligan," reached the top five on the jazz chart and scored six Grammy nominations.

•   MEDIEVAL POEM'S PUBLICATION REPRESENTS 'LABOR OF LOVE'
An allegorical poem written more than six centuries ago in vernacular Greek is now available in English for the first time, thanks to 13 years of devoted attention from a math professor at SUNY Oswego.

•   WOMEN ALOUD PERFORMANCE TO SUPPORT SCHOLARSHIPS
Readings and musical performances will mark the 15th annual Women Aloud at SUNY Oswego, benefiting scholarships for the women's studies program, at 7:30 p.m. Monday, March 8, in Bell Auditorium in Hewitt Union.

•   GRANT TO BOLSTER ACTIVITIES OF RED CROSS CLUB
The formation of an American Red Cross club at SUNY Oswego is a legacy of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. While that day's events took thousands of lives, the club's goal is to help save lives.

•   TWO SUNY OSWEGO PUBLICATIONS HONORED
Two publications of the Oswego Alumni Association at SUNY Oswego were recognized as part of the Accolades Program at the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education's District II conference recently.

•   EVENT, AWARDS HONOR KING'S LEGACY
The recent 15th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration at SUNY Oswego continued a tradition of honoring the legacy of the civil rights leader.

•   ROCKWELL, CORNELL INFLUENCE LOOK OF PRODUCTION
A surreal set plus an alternately frightening and touching story should make the upcoming production of two Ray Bradbury stories, "The Traveler" and "The April Witch," at SUNY Oswego a compelling experience, director Mark Cole said.

•   FREE SCREENINGS OFFERED FOR STRESS, ANXIETY
  Mental health professionals from the Counseling Services Center at SUNY Oswego will offer local residents the opportunity to learn about the signs and symptoms of stress and anxiety and to participate in a free screening as part of the National Anxiety Screening Disorders Week on Wednesday, March 3.

•   COLLEGE OFFERS RARE SEMESTER-LONG STUDY IN CUBA
When a dozen students started a study abroad experience in Cuba in early February, SUNY Oswego established one of only three comprehensive college-run semester-long programs in that country.

•   ORIGINAL CHOREOGRAPHY, MUSIC SPICE UP BRADBURY STORIES
A sprinkle of music and dance will spice up Ray Bradbury's mythical, eerie and supernatural stories in Waterman Theatre when the SUNY Oswego theatre department presents "The Traveler" and "The April Witch" beginning Feb. 27.

•   SCIENCE TODAY LECTURE SERIES CONTINUES
cience Today, a lecture series launched last semester at SUNY Oswego to explore the interdisciplinary nature of science, continues through the spring with talks touching on such subjects as digital images, weather disasters and the environment.

•   ADAPTATIONS OF TWO BRADBURY STORIES STAGED
Two of Ray Bradbury's nostalgic and myth-filled short stories will come to life at SUNY Oswego's Waterman Theatre in director Mark Cole's original adaptation of "The Traveler and The April Witch," beginning Friday, Feb. 27. 

•   EATING DISORDERS FOCUS OF PROGRAM
Helping people examine their attitudes toward eating and body image is the motivation for Body Acceptance and Eating Awareness Day, which is Feb. 18 at SUNY Oswego




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