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Sisters earn Harlem Fashion Week's 'groundbreakers' award

February 19, 2019

A closet-cleaning chore spawned an ambitious and growing effort to lend prom dresses to girls who couldn't otherwise afford them, leading to a top award from Harlem Fashion Week for the founding sisters, both seniors at SUNY Oswego.


Circle of Security Parenting sees dramatic growth in trainer candidates, partnerships

March 11, 2019

The Circle of Security Parenting program to break the cycle of abuse and neglect of children in Oswego County -- founded locally by SUNY Oswego psychology chair Dr. Matt Dykas -- recently made a big leap in momentum.


Author to discuss food, sociology, marginalized communities

March 12, 2019

Author and sociologist Dr. Joseph Ewoodzie will discuss "Getting Something to Eat in Jackson and Other Stories of Our Social World" in an “I Am Oz” Diversity Speakers Series presentation at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 28, at the Marano Campus Center auditorium (Room 132) at SUNY Oswego.

Arts + culture

Oswego State Downtown to display Galins' photographic artistry

March 15, 2019

Chris and Arnold Galin aim to catch the eye of visitors to Oswego State Downtown with photography that captures "nature in motion" during an exhibition taking place from March 29 through May 3 as part of SUNY Oswego's Downtown Artist Series.

Arts + culture

Recital to feature electronic music, guests, inventions

March 18, 2019

SUNY Oswego faculty member Paul Leary, who specializes in music technology, composition and flute, will offer a recital at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 31, in Tyler Hall's Room 11, featuring two students, his wife, one or more of his electronic music inventions, and a mix video from the recent premiere of Leary's original multimedia work, "Larger Than Us."


Quest celebration to keep growing with kickoff at Oswego's Syracuse campus

March 1, 2019

Quest, a signature day -- now two days, for the first time ever -- to celebrate the scholarship and creativity of SUNY Oswego students, faculty and staff, takes aim again this year at engaging even more participants and audiences.


American Sign Language storyteller to entertain, enlighten

March 20, 2019

The American Sign Language Club at SUNY Oswego aims to build awareness of deaf culture and the beauty of the language through ASL storyteller Dack Virnig's performance on campus.

Arts + culture

Koto virtuoso Masayo Ishigure to perform March 27

March 15, 2019

A master of the traditional Japanese horizontal harp or zither, the koto, Masayo Ishigure will bring to SUNY Oswego the talent that led to her playing on a Grammy Award-winning soundtrack by famed composer John Williams.

Arts + culture

Exhibition to feature artwork of acrylics painter Wendy Stein

March 15, 2019

A free, public reception Thursday, April 4, will kick off a exhibition at SUNY Oswego in Syracuse titled "Somewhere Else: Paintings by Wendy Stein" and showcasing the abstract stylings of the artist's acrylic paintings through a lens of playful and empathic brush strokes.


Student's 'Sex and the City' analysis to encourage race, gender dialogue at Quest

March 28, 2019

Quest will provide a showcase Wednesday, April 3, for hundreds of scholarly and creative pursuits, such as senior broadcasting and mass communication major Tahirah Abdo's presentation on femininity and the absence of people of color in the television show "Sex and the City," still popular on a variety of media.