SUNY Oswego News

Fri Apr 08, 2005
Comic relief balances weighty issues of 'Measure for Measure'

imageSUNY Oswego’s theatre department will close its season with one of Shakespeare’s weightiest pieces, “Measure for Measure.” While political and moral issues drive the play, a few characters provide a wicked sense of comic relief, director Mark Cole said.



Thu Apr 07, 2005
Quest set April 20

imageThe 25th anniversary of Quest, SUNY Oswego’s celebration of scholarly and creative activity by faculty and students, unfolds throughout the day on April 20. For the latest information, visit the updated Quest News page.



Wed Apr 06, 2005
Freshman key part of conservation research project

When SUNY Oswego biology Professor Peter Rosenbaum met Kyle Pursel at a campus admissions program last year, the future zoology major stood out. Pursel showed Rosenbaum a photo album of pictures he had taken of animals in the wild and shared his passion for fieldwork.



Wed Apr 06, 2005
SUNY Chancellor honors seven Oswego students

imageFrom organizing a statewide voter registration challenge to researching antibiotic peptides to working on community projects in the Himalayas, SUNY Oswego’s seven recipients of this year’s SUNY Chancellor’s Awards for Student Excellence have excelled both in the classroom and in a public pursuit.



Wed Apr 06, 2005
Students brushing new life into painting medium

imageA group of SUNY Oswego students and an art professor are trying to prove that the age-old art of painting can remain a vibrant medium for the 21st century.



Wed Apr 06, 2005
Study shows black students experience college through prism of racism

A quarter century has not made much difference in the way black students experience four years at a predominantly white upstate New York university environment, according to Dr. R. Deborah Davis, assistant professor of curriculum and instruction at SUNY Oswego.



Wed Apr 06, 2005
'Manic-depressive genius' anticipated discoveries, prof says

Robert Irwin of SUNY Oswego’s computer science faculty considers Emil L. Post “America’s unluckiest logician” and will explain why in his presentation at Quest on Wednesday, April 20.



Wed Apr 06, 2005
Student to display, discuss hand-made ceramic dolls

imageGraduate art student Margaret Goloski shows some of the dolls she will discuss and display at a Quest presentation at 2:15 p.m. April 20 in Room 106 of Lanigan Hall.



Wed Apr 06, 2005
Agyeman pins down third All-American honor

imageOswego State wrestler Tenkoran Agyeman recently became a three-time All-American when he placed sixth in the national Division III championships in the 141-pound weight class.



Wed Apr 06, 2005
Freshman diver Morgan makes national splash

imageOswego State freshman diver Kevin Morgan started his collegiate career with a splash, recently earning Honorable Mention All-American status.



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