SUNY Oswego News

Wed Oct 18, 2006
Pep rally Thursday in Campus Center

Laker logoStudents and other supporters are welcome to show their Laker spirit for a pep rally on Thursday, Oct. 19, among opening activities in the Campus Center. The first 2,000 students will receive a free T-shirt.

Thu Oct 12, 2006
Parking, traffic advice for opening Campus Center events

SUNY Oswego’s new Campus Center will open with two big events the week of Oct. 16. Because of high demand, University Police at the college are offering advice on parking and traffic flow, including letting visitors know about a direct shuttle.

Wed Oct 11, 2006
Gallery to host contemporary paper art exhibition
vase in exhibition“Paper Cuts: The Art of Contemporary Paper,” an exhibition opening Monday, Oct. 23, at SUNY Oswego’s Tyler Art Gallery, explores paper’s versatility as an art form.

Wed Oct 11, 2006
Oswego's Jazz Guitar Festival slated Nov. 11

Mike SternSUNY Oswego will host the sixth annual Jazz Guitar and More Festival, headlined by the Mike Stern Quartet, on Saturday, Nov. 11, in Tyler Hall’s Waterman Theatre.

Wed Oct 11, 2006
Student-athletes to rake leaves for senior citizens

athletes raking leavesMembers of SUNY Oswego’s Student-Athlete Advisory Council want to rake leaves Sunday, Nov. 5. But first, they need to hear from senior citizens around Oswego who would like this free help.

Wed Oct 11, 2006
Professor's original play coming to downtown Oswego

“The Day the Performance Artist Came To Town,” an original production by Mark Cole of SUNY Oswego’s theatre department, will be staged at 7 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 29, in the Oswego YMCA Armory on West First Street.

Wed Oct 11, 2006
Free screening for depression Oct. 25

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. 25.

Fri Oct 06, 2006
Speaker to share tragic tale of driving drunk

During spring break of his senior year in college, Mark Sterner killed three of his best friends. On Oct. 23, he will visit SUNY Oswego to tell young people not to repeat his mistake.

Fri Oct 06, 2006
'Antigone' production offers several levels of lessons

Antigone couple“Antigone” opens SUNY Oswego’s theatre season by offering educational lessons on several levels. Jean Anouilh’s adaptation of the classic Greek tragedy is currently running in Tyler Hall’s Waterman Theatre.


Wed Oct 04, 2006
Grants fund students studying Appalachians, lightning, aquatic microbes

geology samplesSUNY Oswego has awarded campus funding to three more student-faculty pairs to pursue research projects this academic year under its Student-Faculty Collaborative Challenge Grant program.

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