SUNY Oswego News

Fri Feb 11, 2005
Music, theatre, art alumni return to campus to help current students

imageTheatre students clustered around the stage in Waterman Theatre to hear advice from three SUNY Oswego graduates who made it big in their chosen profession, as part of the first Tyler Hall Symposium Feb. 6 to 8.



Wed Feb 09, 2005
New arts management minor to boost student marketability

imageA new arts management minor will allow SUNY Oswego students to have the best of both worlds, said program coordinator Dr. Julie Pretzat.



Wed Feb 09, 2005
Science Today lecture series continues

The third semester of SUNY Oswego’s Science Today lecture series will explore issues ranging from the impact of road salt on the environment to the “big bang” theory to Great Lakes ecology.



Wed Feb 09, 2005
Professor's book examines changing images of minorities on TV

imageSUNY Oswego communication studies Professor Tina Pieraccini explores how the camera lens has impacted the wide view of minorities in the new book “Color Television: Fifty Years of African American and Latino Images in Prime Time Television.”



Wed Feb 09, 2005
Donations sought for Penfield fund-raiser

Penfield Library Associates and Penfield Library are now accepting donations for the SUNY Oswego library’s annual book sale, the library’s major fund-raising effort, to be held from April 18 to 20 in the library. 



Wed Feb 09, 2005
Civil rights leader's legacy celebrated at SUNY Oswego

image The 16th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration at SUNY Oswego recognized the legacy of the civil rights leader and the contributions of some members of the campus community.



Thu Feb 03, 2005
'Contrasts' concert to present range of classical compositions

imageSix musicians will team up to perform a range of four classical compositions in “Contrasts,” the next installment of the SUNY Oswego Ke-nekt music series. The concert will begin at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 16, in the Sheldon Hall ballroom on campus.



Thu Feb 03, 2005
'Big' production to explore process of growing up

imageAudience members of all ages should be able to identify with the heart-warming tale of 13-year-old Josh Baskin who just wants to grow up and be “big” in the upcoming theatre production of “Big: The Musical,” director Jonel Langenfeld-Rial said.



Thu Feb 03, 2005
Wellman chronicles first women's rights convention

imageJudith Wellman, a professor emerita of history at SUNY Oswego, recently published the first full-length account of the event that launched the women’s movement with “The Road to Seneca Falls: Elizabeth Cady Stanton and the First Woman’s Rights Convention.”



Thu Feb 03, 2005
Body acceptance day offers experts, information, activity

Helping people examine their attitudes toward eating and body image is the motivation for Body Acceptance and Eating Awareness Day—Wednesday, Feb. 16—National Eating Disorders Screening Program.



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