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Lunchtime Christian Meditation is open to all students, faculty and staff

September 11, 2018

Held later today  from noon to 1 p.m. in the Newman Center, and every Wednesday throughout the fall semester, Lunchtime Christian Meditation in the Catholic, Eucharistic tradition is open to all students, faculty and staff.

Lunchtime Christian Meditation is sponsored by The Newman Center, Dr. John F. Lalande, and a number of SUNY Oswego faculty, staff and students.

Salad Bowl luncheon menu: healthy lunch, conversation

September 11, 2018

EAP will sponsor this semester's first Healthy Salad Bowl Luncheon for faculty and staff at noon on Thursday, Sept. 20, in 114 Marano Campus Center. The event's goal is to gather employees for a healthy lunch and great conversation. 

The event is free to all who bring one salad topping. EAP -- the college's Employee Assistance Program -- will provide lettuce, bowls, salad dressings, utensils and napkins.

Sept. 17 Constitution Day party scheduled

September 11, 2018

Community Services and Vote Oswego will host a Happy Birthday Constitution Day party from 3 to 5 p.m. Monday, Sept. 17, in Marano Campus Center food court, to honor the signing of the Constitution of the United States by delegates on this day in 1787. 

All are invited to participate in games, play for prizes, take photo booth pictures, eat pizza and birthday cake, and learn about the U.S. Constitution along the way. 

Niche: Oswego has best campus food in CNY

September 7, 2018

When college search site Niche.com recently looked for the best campus food across America, they found the top college eating experience in Central New York here at SUNY Oswego.

Student, faculty, staff signups for alternative winter break available

September 13, 2018

Applications are now open for six different alternative winter break experiences in January 2019, as one local, one international and four domestic trips will focus on combating poverty, serving meals, teaching English, testing clean water, building homes and various issues of Oswego County.

Planned programs include:

Site puts Oswego among top in state for on-campus living

September 14, 2018

College search site Niche added another honor for Oswego, placing on-campus living facilities among its 2019 Best College Dorms in New York state.

Oswego's residence halls came in at #22, second in Central New York behind SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry.

Registration open for KidsTech programs

September 13, 2018

Registration is open for a pair of popular children's four-week technology programs hosted by the department of technology and Oswego Technology Student Association.

Every Wednesday from Sept. 26 and Oct. 17, STEM 4 Kids invites children in first through third grades to engage in exciting hands-on activities focused on the relationships among the different components of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics).

Efforts continue on thwarting attacks on hosting services

September 15, 2018

According to Oswego's Campus Technology Services (CTS), the hosting provider for Blackboard and Degree Works continues to work on a series of externally driven outages that have impacted these services.

Provost discusses new first-year classes on CELT podcast

September 19, 2018

Provost Scott Furlong discussed Oswego's new infusion of first-year programs that incorporate popular culture and current events into the curriculum in a recent edition of the weekly "Tea for Teaching" podcast hosted by John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare of the college's Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching.

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