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SUNY Oswego celebrates Earth day with “Shining Waters” clean-up

OSWEGO, NY — Earth Day 2019 marked a time of service for SUNY Oswego. Students from all across campus had united to take part in the “Shining Waters” Lakeside clean-up in celebration of the preservation of the earth. The Department of Community Services had sponsored...

Earth Week

Earth Week may be coming to a close, but what did you miss? Quite a bit tobe frank. This past week SUNY Oswego celebrated everything that earth does for us and demonstrated support for environmental protections. This week the campus celebrated and presented the...

University Police To Enforce Strict Policies On Seatbelt Use

The University Police Department is participating in an intensive campaign to ensure that students and faculty buckle-up during their commutes. The program has been a success for the past twelve years. Police are looking for violations on campus, although the traffic...

Oswego Swimmer Breaks Barriers

Tomas Rodriguez was born with a medical condition called Hydrocephalus, the condition means he was born with water in his brain. Rodriguez was treated with it since birth and has had six brain surgeries. The Spain native held 16 Madrid records in 16 different events,...

Littlepage Student Employees Express Concerns with Management

OSWEGO, NY- Student employees at Littlepage Dining hall are expressing concerns about the conditions they work in. According to student employees, a letter was sent out by Auxiliary services addressing a student who came forward on behalf of multiple students. Many of...

Pinwheels for Prevention

In honor of April being national child abuse prevention month Oswego’s Child Advocacy Center, located in Fulton, New York,  has set out to spread awareness through Oswego County by placing blue and white pinwheels around the area. These pinwheels are a part of a...

SUNY Geneseo Professor Discusses Dinosaur Forelimb Evolution

OSWEGO, NY — Visiting professor Sara Burch made an appearance on campus in a public lecture to educate students on her research concerning predatory dinosaurs, specifically the evolution of their forelimbs. The students who had attended this lecture were given a new...

SUNY Oswego celebrates Earth day with “Shining Waters” clean-up

OSWEGO, NY — Earth Day 2019 marked a time of service for SUNY Oswego. Students from all across campus had united to take part in the “Shining Waters” Lakeside clean-up in celebration of the preservation of the earth. The Department of Community Services had sponsored...

Earth Week

Earth Week may be coming to a close, but what did you miss? Quite a bit tobe frank. This past week SUNY Oswego celebrated everything that earth does for us and demonstrated support for environmental protections. This week the campus celebrated and presented the...

University Police To Enforce Strict Policies On Seatbelt Use

The University Police Department is participating in an intensive campaign to ensure that students and faculty buckle-up during their commutes. The program has been a success for the past twelve years. Police are looking for violations on campus, although the traffic...

Oswego Swimmer Breaks Barriers

Tomas Rodriguez was born with a medical condition called Hydrocephalus, the condition means he was born with water in his brain. Rodriguez was treated with it since birth and has had six brain surgeries. The Spain native held 16 Madrid records in 16 different events,...

Littlepage Student Employees Express Concerns with Management

OSWEGO, NY- Student employees at Littlepage Dining hall are expressing concerns about the conditions they work in. According to student employees, a letter was sent out by Auxiliary services addressing a student who came forward on behalf of multiple students. Many of...

Pinwheels for Prevention

In honor of April being national child abuse prevention month Oswego’s Child Advocacy Center, located in Fulton, New York,  has set out to spread awareness through Oswego County by placing blue and white pinwheels around the area. These pinwheels are a part of a...

SUNY Geneseo Professor Discusses Dinosaur Forelimb Evolution

OSWEGO, NY — Visiting professor Sara Burch made an appearance on campus in a public lecture to educate students on her research concerning predatory dinosaurs, specifically the evolution of their forelimbs. The students who had attended this lecture were given a new...

Cruise Around the World Has One of Its Best Turnouts Yet

This year’s edition of SUNY Oswego’s 'Cruising Around The World' took place this past Sunday, April 7. Students toured different residence halls on campus. Each residence hall represents a different country or culture, and students are given a passport. “We have been...

Relay For Life

Oswego, NY - SUNY Oswego is putting on their 10th annual Relay for Life event on April 6th from 6pm to 2am. Coordinator, Tina Cooper, tells us all about the event. “Historically it has been a event that goes from an evening to a morning. It is representing the change...

“Bid Bonjour” – 22nd Annual Bidding Bonanza

Oswego, NY- Dozens of Oswego students,  faculty, and community members attended the 22nd annual Bidding Bonanza at Sheldon Hall last Thursday. Bidding Bonanza, or "Bid Bon," is an auction run by students and resident mentors in Johnson Hall's FYRE program. This yearly...

Retired Le Moyne professor discusses “The Madame’s Business.”

OSWEGO, NY — Visiting retired professor Ann Callaghan Allen made an appearance on campus to educate students in a public lecture on one woman who broke the boundaries of gender expectations. The Gender and Womens’ Studies program director, Professor Joanna Goplen,...

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