News Release Archives: November 2004


Wed Nov 24, 2004

imageMembers of the college community shopped for 600 needy children in Oswego County in the SUNY Oswego Toy Drive’s 17th year of brightening the holidays.

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Wed Nov 24, 2004

Three actressesSUNY Oswego students will spoof more than 500 years of Western history with the theatre presentation “The Complete History of America (Abridged)” Dec. 10 to 12 in the Hewitt Union ballroom.

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Wed Nov 17, 2004

imageSUNY Oswego music faculty and students will join forces for “Collage,” the department’s annual scholarship concert, at 8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 10, in Tyler Hall’s Waterman Theatre.

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Wed Nov 17, 2004

imageAn interest in Japanese culture and encouraging other students to explore the world led to Liz Kalisiak becoming the first-ever SUNY Oswego student to earn a prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship for study abroad.

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Wed Nov 17, 2004

imageTim Delaney, an assistant professor of sociology, looks at where ideas about society have been—as well as where they may be going—in his new book “Contemporary Social Theory: Investigation and Application.”

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Wed Nov 10, 2004

The SUNY Oswego theatre department will hold open auditions for its spring production of “Big: The Musical.” Auditions will take place in Tyler Hall from 5 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 2, and 4 to 9 p.m. Friday, Dec. 3.

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Thu Nov 04, 2004

imageShaheen Ariefden, a pioneer of South African hip hop and an activist, will visit SUNY Oswego to discuss music, identity and global politics at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 16, in Room 107 of Lanigan Hall.

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Wed Nov 03, 2004

Organizers of SUNY Oswego’s Native American Film Series have announced that a panel will hold an informal discussion after the screening of “Smoke Signals” at 3 p.m. Friday, Nov. 12, at the Oswego Cinema in downtown Oswego.

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Wed Nov 03, 2004

imageAs Election Night unfolded and a nation turned its eyes toward who would lead the country for the next four years, a small group of SUNY Oswego students toiled in the lower level of Tyler Hall with a different focus: putting together a comedy that would open in two weeks.

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Wed Nov 03, 2004

The SUNY Oswego chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma has been recognized as an exemplary chapter for its superior level of membership acceptance last year. Of the 417 collegiate chapters, only 52 were recognized as exemplary chapters.

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Wed Nov 03, 2004

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

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Wed Nov 03, 2004

The SUNY Oswego music department will present a performance of Ludwig van Beethoven’s Mass in C major at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 21, at St. Paul’s Church on East Mohawk Street in Oswego.

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Wed Nov 03, 2004

imageThe traditional feast of food and entertainment will return to SUNY Oswego when the 11th annual Renaissance Madrigal Banquet unfolds on Dec. 4 and 5 at The Forum in Hewitt Union.

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Wed Nov 03, 2004

imageWhile a smaller percentage of SUNY Oswego graduates got full-time jobs as they entered a sputtering job market, the average salary of those who did get jobs continued to rise, according to the latest survey from the Office of Career Services.

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Wed Nov 03, 2004

Peter RosenbaumThe U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service New York Field Office has bestowed one of its first “Conservation Hero” awards on Dr. Peter A. Rosenbaum, professor of biology at SUNY Oswego.

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Tue Nov 02, 2004

The Catalyst Project — SUNY Oswego’s effort to help students make connections among all their courses — has already involved well over a thousand students and faculty on campus. Next month, a survey of all freshmen has the potential to show if the project has produced any early results in student attitudes and experiences.

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Tue Nov 02, 2004

imageWhen SUNY Oswego’s Poucher Hall reopens in early 2006, the first thing people may notice are physical changes to the building. But it’s the changes in how people interact that will truly define the project.

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