College to greet diverse class of 1,500 freshmen
SUNY Oswego’s enrollment of about 1,500 first-year students for the fall semester will approach and possibly surpass 2013’s class of first-year students—the largest since 1988—and establish a new high-water mark in ethnic diversity.
Wed Aug 03, 2011
SUNY Oswego's EOP summer program students volunteer at Harborfest
PHOTO CAPTION: Artist’s helpers—More than 90 SUNY Oswego incoming freshmen who attended the Educational Opportunity Program’s four-week college preparatory program volunteered to help in a wide variety of jobs at the 2011 Harborfest on July 29. Eleven peer leaders accompanied them.
Pouring it on behind the T-shirt painting table in the Harborfest Children’s Pavilion are, left rear, peer leader Karisa Clark, a SUNY Oswego senior from Glens Falls who majors in marketing, and EOP summer program volunteer Esther Bussi, a freshman business major from Bronx Leadership Academy.
Foreground, volunteers Krisztina Arseneau, left, and Franchesca Marte, right, join a young artist-in-waiting. Clark received her stylish headgear from balloon man David Jackman.
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