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Fiddling with history: Musical manuscript unlocks America's past

April 13, 2017

How is a collection of fiddle music a key to the past? David Deacon of SUNY Oswego's history faculty explains the importance of Thomas Wilson's 1823 fiddle manuscript.

Community

Students form sweet partnership with Man in the Moon

April 14, 2017

SUNY Oswego students taking classes in a wide range of majors recently celebrated a two-semester partnership to promote downtown Oswego's Man in the Moon Candies, a sweet campus-community project under the Smart Neighbors initiative.

Arts + culture

Pride & Prejudice to feature 'contemporary heartbeat'

April 19, 2017

The spring production of Pride & Prejudice, opening April 21 in Tyler Hall's Waterman Theatre, will feature a "contemporary heartbeat."

International

International Coffee Hour offers refreshing language opportunities

April 19, 2017

International Coffee Hour is a SUNY Oswego program that benefits international students as well as American students trying to improve their language skills over a cup of coffee.

Oswego welcomes appointment of SUNY's 13th chancellor

April 26, 2017

Dr. Johnson is a Former Johns Hopkins University Provost, Duke University Dean of the Pratt School of Engineering, & U.S. Under Secretary of Energy.

Campus

Oswego goes miles for Yards for Yeardley

April 28, 2017

Led by SUNY Oswego's It's On Oz, more than 1,000 students, faculty and staff supported the One Love Foundation in April 2017 by walking, running and rolling more than 5 million Yards for Yeardley, a national initiative to publicize and prevent relationship violence, especially among college-age students.

Faculty profile: Tom Ingram

May 15, 2017

Meet marketing and management faculty member Tom Ingram.

Faculty profile: Tom Kee

May 15, 2017

Meet theater faculty member Tom Kee.

Society

April's keeper: 2015 grad cares for world's most famous giraffe

April 16, 2017

Millions around the world followed the pregnancy of April the giraffe -- and the care of her favorite keeper, Allysa Swilley, a 2015 SUNY Oswego zoology graduate.

Campus

Photographer Irving Schild, former Safe Haven refugee, to speak

April 20, 2017

Photographer Irving Schild, a wartime resident of the Fort Ontario Emergency Refugee Shelter, will speak as part of SUNY Oswego's Jewish American Heritage appreciation evening starting at 5 p.m. in the Marano Campus Center food and activity court on Monday, April 24 -- the day widely observed as Yom HaShoah, or Holocaust Remembrance Day.