SUNY Oswego News

Wed Nov 14, 2007
College-Community Orchestra to perform Dec. 2

SUNY Oswego’s College-Community Orchestra will present a concert of classical music at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 2, at the Church of the Resurrection, corner of West Fifth and Cayuga streets in Oswego.

Thu Nov 08, 2007
Tyler Art Gallery to feature student work

student paintingTyler Art Gallery will feature original student work in a variety of media in the fall semester’s Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition on display from Nov. 30 to Dec. 12.

Wed Nov 07, 2007
Sweet Honey in the Rock to perform Dec. 1

The Grammy-winning gospel-flavored Sweet Honey in the Rock will perform at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 1, in the Hewitt Union ballroom at SUNY Oswego.

Tue Nov 06, 2007
'Sing! Sing! Sing!' to feature international sounds

Eclectic music from around the world will infuse the SUNY Oswego music department concert “Sing! Sing! Sing!” at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 18, at St. Paul’s Church, 50 E. Mohawk St. in Oswego.

Fri Nov 02, 2007
Five inducted into Oswego Athletic Hall of Fame

Hall inducteesFour Oswego alumni athletes and a former Laker coach and athletic director were inducted into the Oswego Athletic Association Hall of Fame in recognition of their outstanding contributions to the program’s success.

Thu Nov 01, 2007
Concert Band to present 'Solace and Wonder' Nov. 16

The SUNY Oswego Concert Band, directed by Trevor Jorgensen, will perform a variety of wind music invoking “Solace and Wonder” at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16, in Tyler Hall’s Waterman Theatre.

Thu Nov 01, 2007
Children invited to audition for 'A Doll's House'

The SUNY Oswego theatre department will host an open audition for children ages 7 to 10 for the spring production of Henrik Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House.” The audition will take place from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, Nov. 17, in Tyler Hall’s lab theatre on campus.

Thu Nov 01, 2007
Recorder Consort 'Going for Baroque' Nov. 11

Recorder ConsortThe SUNY Oswego Recorder Consort will perform “Going for Baroque” at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 11, at the Church of the Resurrection, corner of West Fifth and Cayuga streets in Oswego.

Thu Nov 01, 2007

Find out more about students currently enjoying our lakeside campus

Oswego students are friendly and helpful people. Some of them have shared their thoughts on college and their lives. Click on a link to learn more about them.

Priya RavindranInternational politics and journalism double major Priya Ravindran: “For all the traveling I’ve done, the people here are the most friendly.”


Mike HowardEducation major and student-athlete Mike Howard: “I think wrestling helps a lot with focus. You learn to keep your mind on whatever you’re doing.”



Sherrifa BaileyPsychology and public justice major Sherrifa Bailey: “I’ve learned so much about myself through my involvements and working with other people.”



Ruthie BrassChildhood education major Ruthie Brass: “Oswego is known for having an amazing and accredited education program.”



Christine ClemmensMarketing major Christine Clemmens: “Most of the classes I’ve had are smaller and have been more discussion-based. Students get involved in every way possible …”



Derek DunningJournalism major Derek Dunning: “Everybody is interested in meeting new people, especially in Johnson Hall. This is really an outgoing place.”



Cathleen RichardsBroadcasting major Cathleen Richards: “There is always an opportunity to try something new, go to new places, see something new.”



Patrick WillomeMarketing major Patrick Willome: “I’m happy that I’ve managed school, getting involved and having fun at the same time.”

Wed Oct 31, 2007
College makes major effort guiding undeclared students

class discussionStudents who come to Oswego without declaring a major are not alone. It could be considered the largest major at the college, with about 525 undeclared students starting the fall semester.

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