SUNY Oswego News

Tue Feb 15, 2005
Performance to honor Adirondack women

Sandra Weber and Peggy Lynn will recognize some unsung heroes when they perform a concert program titled “Mountain Women Can Be Heroes” at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 3, in Timepieces in the Hewitt Union at SUNY Oswego.



Tue Feb 15, 2005
Dance elements put 'Big' production in motion

imageChoreographer Cheryl Wilkins-Mitchell describes the dance element in the upcoming SUNY Oswego production of “Big: The Musical” as “the universal language, where dance reinforces the struggle of adolescence, and the age-old struggle of the rite of passage.”



Tue Feb 15, 2005
Oswego alum, Fox News VP to speak

SUNY Oswego alumnus Bill Shine, senior vice president of programming at Fox News, will return to his alma mater and speak at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 1, in Room 107 of Lanigan Hall.



Tue Feb 15, 2005
Behm joins college's professional development institute

imagePaula Behm has been named business development specialist at the SUNY Oswego Institute for Professional and Organizational Development in Phoenix.



Tue Feb 15, 2005
Campus offers screening for stress, anxiety

Mental health professionals from the SUNY Oswego Counseling Services Center 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 a part of the National Anxiety Screening Program on March 2.



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. 



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