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How to watch an eclipse safely

August 17, 2017

Scott Roby, director of the SUNY Oswego planetarium and an associate professor of physics, explains how to safely watch a solar eclipse, like the Aug. 21 event.

Campus

Series to feature writers of fantasy, comedy, poetry, plays

August 18, 2017

The author of the international bestselling "Eragon" and other books in a fantasy series; a columnist noted for her "Shrill" book on body image; a young comic book writer and illustrator; and a nationally known comedian, actor and writer with strong local ties are among the speakers in SUNY Oswego's Living Writers Series this fall.

Laker teams ready to kick off seasons

August 23, 2017

The fall sports schedule for Laker student-athletes will kick off at the end of the first week of classes.

Campus

'Together — We are SUNY Oswego'

August 28, 2017

President Deborah F. Stanley reports on state of the college and unveils new video at Opening Day Breakfast.

Campus

Incoming class sets high marks for applications, diversity

August 29, 2017

As fall classes started, the college greeted the most diverse class of new freshmen in its history.

Student life

ALANA conference to showcase multicultural fashions, music, dance

August 31, 2017

"United We Shine" sets the theme and the multicultural tone for the 31st annual ALANA Student Leadership Conference Sept. 13 to 19 at SUNY Oswego, featuring a peace walk, motivational keynote address, alumni panel discussion, community service project, fashion show and a performance by Grammy-nominated Tiempo Libre.

Latest Oswego alumni magazine now online

September 14, 2017

The summer issue of Oswego alumni magazine includes such highlights as SUNY Oswego students setting a new Guinness record for the longest conga line on ice during Rokerthon 3 as well as stories about Reunion 2017, Chancellor's Awards and our zoology program, including April the giraffe's zookeeper Alyssa Swilley -- and more.

Community

Circle of Security Parenting expands with new educator candidates

September 29, 2017

SUNY Oswego psychology professor Matthew Dykas and a team of certified parenting educators have gained critical momentum in a five-year effort to address one of society's great challenges -- reducing abuse and neglect of children by providing mothers and fathers with vital parenting insights and skills.

Community

Student-athletes to rake leaves for senior citizens Nov. 5

October 6, 2017

Hundreds of SUNY Oswego student-athletes are ready to rake leaves in the city of Oswego on Sunday, Nov. 5, and they want to hear from senior citizens interested in this free help.

Arts + culture

Grant will help explore 'Many Voices, One Oswego'

August 14, 2017

A SUNY grant will support a wide range of campus programs in its "Many Voices: One Oswego: Diversity and Inclusion Through the Arts" series, including the stories of veterans, the black experience in America and the tales of current international students.