Three Women’s Lacrosse Players Earn All-Region Recognition, Two Make D3 Honor Roll

Three Women’s Lacrosse Players Earn All-Region  Recognition, Two Make D3 Honor Roll

Three members of the Oswego State women’s lacrosse team were named to the All-Empire Region squad as voted on by the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association. Esther Gab­riel ’16 earned a spot on the First Team while Erannan Shattuck ’16 and Teresa Shattuck ’19 both took home Second Team honors. The IWLCA and Zag Sports

Men’s Basketball Jason Leone Named Coach of the Year

Men’s Basketball Jason Leone  Named Coach of the Year

The Basketball Coaches Association of New York released its Coaches of the Year list in June, recognizing Oswego State men’s basketball head coach Jason Leone. Leone was named the NCAA Division III Men’s Coach of the Year in New York State. A Syracuse, N.Y., native, Leone led the Lakers to its deepest post-season run in school

Oswego Names Kapuscinski New Men’s Ice Hockey PA Announcer

Oswego Names Kapuscinski New Men’s Ice Hockey PA Announcer

The Oswego State Department of Athletics named Dan Kapuscinski its next public address announcer for men’s ice hockey games. Kapuscinski replaces 19-year veteran Bill Foley, who retired after the 2015-16 season. A 2007 graduate of St. John Fisher College in Rochester, N.Y., Kapuscinski holds a degree in communications. During his time at Fisher, Kapuscinski worked

National Rankings Recognize Oswego’s Excellence

National Rankings Recognize Oswego’s Excellence

U.S. News Ranking Rises Sharply SUNY Oswego jumped to 44th place in U.S. News & World Report rankings—a 14-place rise—in the list of 2017 Top Regional Universities in the North. SUNY Oswego’s tie for 12th in the North region for participating public institutions shows the college is a great value with an outstanding academic reputation

Seniors Celebrate Welcome Back Picnic

Seniors Celebrate Welcome Back Picnic

Senior Class Planning Committee Members (from left) Emily Pease ’16, Rachel Long ’17, Mary Kate Harrigan ’17 and Dorothy Davis ’17 welcomed more than 90 classmates to the Senior Picnic on Sept. 22. SUNY Oswego staff members from a variety of offices were on hand to help students prepare for their final year on campus,

ALANA Celebrates 30 Years

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In 1986, when then Assistant Provost for Academic Affairs and Social Equity Howard Gordon ’74 M’78 was approached by then Student Affairs employee Tyrone Holmes M’89 about starting an educational leadership program that brought together students from all backgrounds, he had no idea that they were establishing a transformative program that would be thriving 30

Find the Founder

Find the Founder

In the Summer 2016 issue, the Sheldon statue can be found in the lower left side of the photo of artist James Gyre that accompanies the Buckminster Fuller story on page 16. Grand prize winner of a College Store gift certificate and Sheldon Hall print is Norman G. Gunther ’63. Winning Sheldon Hall prints are

AIR Program Continues to Give Fresh Perspective to Students

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In the past five years, the number of alumni visits to campus through the Oswego Alumni Association’s signature Alumni-In-Residence program has grown exponentially from 34 in 2011-12 to 164 in 2015-16. And so far this fall semester is outpacing the numbers from last year. “I attribute the growth of the Alumni-In-Residence program to more students,

College Hires New Head Athletic Trainer

College Hires New Head Athletic Trainer

Mike Frawley joined Oswego State Department of Intercollegiate Athletics in August as the head athletic trainer. Frawley comes to Oswego with more than 20 years of experience in athletic training, with most of those years spent at the NCAA Division III level. After four years as an assistant athletic trainer at Union College in Schenectady,

First-Ever CNY Career Connections Unites Students and Alumni

First-Ever CNY Career Connections Unites Students and Alumni

Oswego Alumni Association Board Member Rick Yacobush ’77 encouraged students to network with other people during the first-ever Central New York (CNY) Career Connections Oct. 5 at the SUNY Oswego Metro Center in Syracuse. Yacobush, the event’s keynote speaker, retraced the major connections he made throughout his career that led him to his current role as