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Trio of Alisons tries to comprehend relationship with father in 'Fun Home'

April 18, 2019

It takes three Alisons to interrogate a lifetime of memories of one brilliant, complex, self-destructive, but ultimately loving father in the SUNY Oswego theatre and music departments' soon-to-open spring musical, "Fun Home."

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'Recollections' exhibition portrays mementos as sparks for cherished stories

May 8, 2019

Randy Bowling treasures a ceramic bull, recalling his youthful days riding a Brahman bull named "Jack." His story is one of many highlighted in a traveling SUNY Oswego art exhibition, "Recollections: Storytelling Through Mementos," on display for the next month at Randy's home, Loretto Health and Rehabilitation Center, 700 E. Brighton Ave. in Syracuse.

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Finance major Ahmed Albajari named 2019 Outstanding Senior

May 16, 2019

For academic distinction and leadership activities outside the classroom, SUNY Oswego May graduate Ahmed Albajari earned the Oswego Alumni Association’s 2019 Outstanding Senior Award.

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Oswego Festival Chorus to offer free performance of Mozart's 'Requiem'

April 23, 2019

SUNY Oswego and community choral singers will perform Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s “Requiem” in a free concert, open to the public at Saturday's spring appearance of the Oswego Festival Chorus.

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Artswego season to serve up music, dance, science, more

August 5, 2019

This year’s Artswego performing arts season at SUNY Oswego will feature a variety of music plus dance, family-friendly science and more.

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Tyler Art Gallery to feature water-themed works of namesake painter, two emeriti faculty

August 14, 2019

A themed collection of work from James Gale Tyler, namesake of SUNY Oswego’s Tyler Hall and Tyler Art Gallery, plus emeriti art professors Paul Garland and Sewall Oertling, will open the college’s Tyler Art Gallery fall season in “Water: Swift, Slow and In Between.”

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Living Writers Series brings variety of creators to campus

August 30, 2019

This fall’s Living Writers Series at SUNY Oswego will feature speakers who craft poetry, novels, graphic novels, short stories, songs, plays and screenplays -- and even exposed the water crisis in Flint, Michigan.

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String quartet, Grammy-winning Native American musician to present ‘The River’

August 26, 2019

The ETHEL string quartet and Robert Mirabal, a Native American musician, instrument builder and Grammy award winner, will present “The River” to open the 2019-20 SUNY Oswego Artswego performing arts series at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 11 in Tyler Hall’s Waterman Theatre.

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Alumna artist to explore ‘Shape of Things’ at Oswego State Downtown

September 4, 2019

Three-time SUNY Oswego graduate Cala Glatz will convey “The Shape of Things” through her mixed media creations in an exhibition that opens Friday, Sept. 20, in Oswego State Downtown.

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2 theatre students presenting original play at Rochester Fringe Festival

September 16, 2019

SUNY Oswego senior theatre majors Michaela Buckley and Sean Ryan will perform a play they wrote, "Between Fourth and Fifth" to the KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival with performances on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 20 and 21.

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