SUNY Oswego News

Thu Oct 28, 2004
Trio de Paz to bring Brazilian sound to Jazz Guitar Festival

imageSUNY Oswego’s fourth annual Jazz Guitar Festival will feature some Brazilian flavor with Trio de Paz joining the roster of musicians and educators. The daylong menu of performances, courses and workshops will unfold at the lakeside campus on Saturday, Nov. 13.



Thu Oct 28, 2004
Dominique Eade to jazz up Ke-Nekt' series

imageVocalist Dominique Eade will offer a jazzy take on classics, standards and originals in the next installment of the Ke-nekt’ music series at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 17, in the Sheldon Hall ballroom.



Wed Oct 27, 2004
Alumni to tell survival story on national TV

imageTwo SUNY Oswego graduates will appear on national television Thursday, Oct. 28.



Fri Oct 22, 2004
Oswego Hall of Fame inducts eight

imageEight former athletes and coaches were honored by the Oswego Alumni Athletic Association with induction into the Hall of Fame Saturday, Oct. 9, on the SUNY Oswego campus.



Wed Oct 20, 2004
'[sic]' to feature student director, cast, crew

imageSUNY Oswego students will play the roles of director, performers and crew in the college’s upcoming honors production “[sic],” which will open Nov. 17 in Tyler Hall’s lab theatre on campus.



Wed Oct 20, 2004
Jones jams jumping jazz, sizzling soul

imageThe sounds of renowned jazz/soul guitarist Rodney Jones will fill SUNY Oswego’s Waterman Theatre at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 13.



Wed Oct 20, 2004
Voting machines return to campus

SUNY Oswego students will be able to vote on campus again come Election Day on Nov. 2.



Wed Oct 20, 2004
Supplement grant broadens educational assessment project

The Teacher Education Program Assessment project that involves all SUNY institutions with teacher education programs has added Empire State College thanks to a $21,600 grant from the U.S. Department of Education.



Wed Oct 20, 2004
Business, art merge in Rich Hall mural

imageIn three weeks last summer, a SUNY Oswego art class in Tyler Hall conceptualized, designed and painted a mural that has now been installed in the atrium area inside the entrance to Rich Hall, the college’s School of Business.



Wed Oct 20, 2004
Grant to help Oswego continue landmark research

More than $900,000 in federal funding will help SUNY Oswego continue its landmark study on how an environmental toxicant affects growth and development.



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