More than 120 juniors and seniors from SUNY Oswego received advice from alumni representing a variety of careers at the annual New York City Career Connections event on Jan. 7. Afternoon events included visits to some of the workplaces of alumni, after which students traveled to the Fashion Institute of Technology for a keynote speaker
Alan Scott ’55 Dearie Goes to the Opera and Dearie Goes to the Dentist America Star Books, 2015. The second in Scott’s Dearie series, Dearie Goes to the Opera is an introduction to opera alongside 10-year-old Dearie, as her parents prepare her to see The Barber of Seville at the Metropolitan Opera House in New
Professor emeritus Richard Zakin’s home in Oswego reflects a life immersed in art. Walls and shelves display artwork both collected and made; Zakin’s own hand-built clay pieces capture his formidable skill at a variety of ceramic techniques. “I always liked art that forced me to use my brain,” Zakin said, as he showed how adding
According to a 2013 study by the University of Southern California, Los Angeles has “shifted from a place of transplants to a home where the majority are native Californians.” Yet, there is a common aphorism in LA that “you’ll never meet a native Angeleno.” This is because many residents of LA, or Angelenos, have a story
It wasn’t long after an adventurous Linda Schultheis Crawford ’60 earned a degree in education that she boarded an airplane for Chile. Tasked with teaching children in a small mining village in the desert region of northern Chile, her journey covered many legs of difficult rural travel that concluded in front of a desolate house.
The key to success as a student is setting goals and evaluating how well you are meeting them—every single day. That’s the advice one alumna offered to a crowd of about 50 students and other participants at an alumni leadership panel held Sept. 21 in the Marano Campus Center. The panel, part of the 29th annual