News Release Archives: September 2005


Fri Sep 30, 2005

image“Our Town,” the Pulitzer Prize-winning story that kick off the college’s theatre season, relies on few set pieces to create the imaginary town of Grover’s Corners. Author Thornton Wilder calls upon audiences to focus on the spoken word of the show and the message of the characters to build the story. More...



Fri Sep 30, 2005

imageShortly after 9 a.m. on Sept. 30, the message of the Campaign for Oswego reached America as around two dozen enthusiastic SUNY Oswego students and Al Roker mentioned it live on the NBC-TV “Today” show. More...



Wed Sep 28, 2005

Members of SUNY Oswego’s faculty will examine issues related to Hurricane Katrina in two panel discussions this fall that will be open to the public. The first at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 6 in the basement lounge of Hart Hall will focus on the psychological, political and international reactions to the disaster. More...



Wed Sep 28, 2005

imageThe Arrogant Worms will bring a blend of humor and harmony to campus when they perform at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 21. More...



Tue Sep 27, 2005

imageMembers of the campus community are needed to put the “O” in Oswego at 3:30 p.m. Friday. And the “S.” Plus a “W.” As well as an “E,” a “G” and another “O.” More...



Thu Sep 22, 2005

imageMarimbist Linda Maxey and clarinetist Larry Maxey will perform with the College-Community Orchestra, directed by Juan Francisco La Manna, at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 12, in the Sheldon Hall ballroom at SUNY Oswego. More...



Thu Sep 22, 2005

The American Management Association and the SUNY Oswego Institute for Professional and Organizational Development have partnered for their first two-day professional development classes. More...



Thu Sep 22, 2005

The American Management Association and the SUNY Oswego Institute for Professional and Organizational Development have partnered to offer a series of noncredit classes at the institute in Phoenix. More...



Wed Sep 21, 2005

imageShortly after 9 a.m. this morning, the message of the Campaign for Oswego reached America as around two dozen enthusiastic SUNY Oswego students and Al Roker mentioned it live on the NBC-TV “Today” show. More...



Wed Sep 21, 2005

Carolyn Hosley and her dog MadisonTwo SUNY Oswego employees left Friday, Sept. 16, for hurricane-damaged areas in Mississippi and Louisiana to help rescue pets of all kinds left behind in the evacuation.  More...



Wed Sep 21, 2005

imageScience fiction and fantasy writer Elizabeth Moon, author of the award-winning novel “The Speed of Dark,” will speak at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 18, in Laker Hall’s Max Ziel Gymnasium. More...



Wed Sep 21, 2005

Drs. Manjula and Ravindra ShahThe children of two prominent local physicians who perished in a plane crash Sept. 27, 2003, have established an endowed scholarship at SUNY Oswego in memory of their mother, Dr. Manjula R. Shah. More...



Wed Sep 21, 2005

imageThornton Wilder’s tale “Our Town” reflects the enduring idea that humans never take enough time to appreciate the beauty of everyday life, said Mark Cole, who will direct the play as the opening production of SUNY Oswego’s theatre season. More...



Wed Sep 21, 2005

Linda MaxeyThe sounds of “Klezmer and More: Linda and Larry Maxey” will continue SUNY Oswego’s Ke-Nekt Chamber Music Series at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 11, in the Sheldon Hall ballroom on campus. More...



Wed Sep 21, 2005

image Mary Mantelli of Seneca Falls, a junior majoring in childhood education at SUNY Oswego, is one of four recipients of this year’s Eugene P. Link College Scholarships from United University Professions. More...



Wed Sep 21, 2005

Mental health professionals from SUNY Oswego’s Counseling Services Center will offer the opportunity to learn about the signs and symptoms of depression and to participate in a free screening as part of National Depression Screening Day, Oct. 12. More...



Fri Sep 16, 2005

Youngok Choi, one of the Science Today speakersThe fall semester of the SUNY Oswego Science Today lecture series will feature topics from ranging from the universe’s large celestial bodies to minuscule genes in human bodies. More...



Wed Sep 14, 2005

imageMore than 150 people—students, faculty, alumni and families—gathered beside Glimmerglass Lagoon on Sept. 11 to pay tribute to the 12 Oswego alumni lost in the terrorist attacks four years earlier.  More...



Wed Sep 14, 2005

cast members of Our TownSUNY Oswego’s theatre department will start its season with “Our Town,” Thornton Wilder’s classic study of the magic of life’s everyday moments. More...



Wed Sep 14, 2005

Overview of the London skylineA new study-abroad program at SUNY Oswego will allow students and members of the community to experience life in London or Australia in January. More...



Wed Sep 14, 2005

Rob AulerRobert M. Auler of SUNY Oswego’s music faculty will present a full-length recital at 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 2, at Tyler Hall’s Waterman Theatre. Admission is free, and the public is invited. More...



Wed Sep 14, 2005

The Office of Intramurals and Recreation will offer several six-week Red Cross certified swimming and water safety instruction sessions for children starting on Oct. 8. More...



Wed Sep 14, 2005

In an effort to meet the ongoing professional development needs of the local business community, the SUNY Oswego Institute for Professional and Organizational Development in Phoenix offers classes in partnership with the American Management Association. More...



Wed Sep 07, 2005

cover of Princeton Review guidePrinceton Review has selected SUNY Oswego for the second edition of its college guide “The Best Northeastern Colleges.” More...



Wed Sep 07, 2005

A new version of a civil law textbook represents an expanded collaboration by SUNY Oswego faculty.

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Wed Sep 07, 2005

imageAs long as newspaper headlines continue to tell of gang-related violence, the new book by Dr. Tim Delaney of SUNY Oswego’s sociology department will remain topical. More...



Wed Sep 07, 2005

imageTwo SUNY Oswego students are among only a handful of United States students studying in Cuba this fall. More...



Tue Sep 06, 2005

Students, faculty and staff at SUNY Oswego are organizing to respond to the disruption and devastation wrought by Hurricane Katrina in the Gulf states. More...



Tue Sep 06, 2005

Civil liberties will be in the spotlight this month at SUNY Oswego’s Penfield Library with a traveling exhibit, “Faces of Liberty,” showing through Sept. 27 and a guest speaker Sept. 15. More...



Thu Sep 01, 2005

The 19th annual African, Latino, Asian and Native American Student Leadership Conference will bring its message of empowerment and unity to the SUNY Oswego campus Sept. 22 to 25. More...



Thu Sep 01, 2005

imageWhen the 16th annual Oswego State Fall Classic tees off Sept. 9 at the Oswego Country Club, it will have some familiar support. Constellation Energy is once again a major sponsor of the event. More...



Thu Sep 01, 2005

image PHOTO CAPTION: Tee time—Preparing for the Oswego State Fall Classic Sept. 9 in support of scholarships at SUNY Oswego are, from left, Melissa Manwaring of Oswego State, Will Weimer of the Oswego Country Club and Bill Fernandez of Sithe. More...