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Student tax preparers get perfect marks

April 3, 2017

SUNY Oswego's student-driven Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program, currently providing free tax-return services to local residents, recently earned perfect marks from an Internal Revenue Service field site visit.

April 5, 2017

April 3, 2017

Read about Oswego's physics department's robust representation at an international conference, as well as faculty and student publications and presentations, and a staff member's selection to a distinguished mentorship program.

Juan Perdiguero

Juan Peridiguero

April 3, 2017

Juan Perdiguero, professor of art and coordinator of drawing in the studio art program, frequently travels between the United States and his native Spain, bringing multicultural influences, his classical training, and his unique and contemporary media and techniques to his students at SUNY Oswego.


Cruisin' the Campus invites community to range of events

April 4, 2017

As area school districts approach spring break, SUNY Oswego President Deborah F. Stanley welcomes the greater Oswego community to enjoy opportunities for recreation, education and events in theater, art and athletics during the family-friendly Cruisin' the Campus, April 14 to 23.

Arts + culture

College to stage loathing-to-love story 'Pride & Prejudice'

April 3, 2017

The SUNY Oswego theater department will premiere its spring play, "Pride & Prejudice," at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 21, at Waterman Theatre -- a show that one of its lead actors, freshman Sean Ryan as Mr. Darcy, describes as about "first impressions."

Lakers earn All-American honors in 3 sports

April 3, 2017

Four Oswego State athletes earned All-American honors across three sports recently: Jordan Bushey in wrestling, Stephen Johnson and Kenny Neil in men’s hockey, and Brian Sortino in men’s basketball.


Grant supports student experiences with Rice Creek collection

April 3, 2017

A state-administered grant program recently boosted its longtime support of Rice Creek Field Station to $175,000 over five years -- a $10,000-a-year bump that has enabled hiring of student curators for animal collections and much more.