Wicked Weather: Meteorology Alumni Recall Oswego Weather

Wicked Weather: Meteorology Alumni Recall Oswego Weather

Part of SUNY Oswego alumni’s bragging rights resides in having conquered the (sometimes) inclement weather, particularly the snowy, cold winters, on campus. But the dramatic weather and lakefront campus also make the college the perfect place for students to learn in a world-class meteor­ology program. Plus, nothing brings a campus together like being snowed in

College Welcomes Most Culturally Diverse Class Ever

Freshmen class infographic

Members of the Class of 2019 and transfer students took part in the annual Welcoming Torchlight Ceremony Aug. 21 in the Convocation Center and Arena in the Marano Campus Center. MaryCate Rice ’16 encouraged students to “do more and work harder” in her welcoming remarks.

Alumni Panel Offers Advice to Students During ALANA Week

Alumni Panel Offers Advice to Students During ALANA Week

The key to success as a student is setting goals and evaluating how well you are meeting them—every single day. That’s the advice one alumna offered to a crowd of about 50 students and other participants at an alumni leadership panel held Sept. 21 in the Marano Campus Center. The panel, part of the 29th annual

PHOTO: Alumna Artist Returns to Restore Her Mosaic at Penfield

PHOTO: Alumna Artist Returns to Restore Her Mosaic at Penfield

Three decades after she installed her vivid mosaic on the south face of Penfield Library, Suzanne Gaffney Beason ’84 returned to freshen it this summer. Beason, who was amazed to see how well her creation held up, came back to campus to pursue a master’s degree in art, building on a career that has included

New Lakers Turf Stadium Officially Opens

New Lakers Turf Stadium Officially Opens

With a flip of a ceremonial coin, a new chapter for Lakers athletics began Sept. 1 as the new Lakers Turf Stadium was officially opened for play. Dan Scaia ’68, a member of the 1966 Championship Lakers men’s soccer team, did the ceremonial coin toss following the remarks of Sue Viscomi, Lakers athletics director, and College

‘It’s On Us’ Campaign Seeks to End Sexual Assaults

‘It’s On Us’ Campaign Seeks to End Sexual Assaults

President Deborah F. Stanley (front right) joins others around campus who take the “It’s On Us” pledge for sexual assault awareness April 21 in the Marano Campus Center. The pledge and photo were among a number of “It’s On Us” events during Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The Title IX Committee sponsored information sessions and teamed with

Students Celebrate Ozfest

Students Celebrate Ozfest

The first Ozfest, a new spring celebration coordinated by the Student Association and supported by the college, featured games, rides and food in the quad near the Marano Campus Center. The highlight of the daylong festival was a concert featuring several popular musicians.

Aloha, Alumni: Snapshots from Reunion 2015

Aloha, Alumni: Snapshots from Reunion 2015

More than 1,000 alumni and friends returned to Oswego June 4-7 for a “hula-day,” our luau-themed Reunion 2015. This year, President Deborah F. and Michael Stanley welcomed alumni from 29 states and as far away as Australia and from class years ranging from 1942 to 2015. Reunion 2015 offered a wide array of activities. The

The Evolution of Lakers Men’s Ice Hockey

The Evolution of Lakers Men’s Ice Hockey

Looking Back on 50 Years of Tradition, Looking Ahead to the Future Event: NCAA Division III men’s ice hockey national championship game. Date: March 18, 2007. Place: Wessman Arena, University of Wisconsin-Superior. The score: Middlebury College 3, SUNY Oswego 3. End of regulation. Sudden-death overtime: At the 7:17 mark, Brendan McLaughlin ’09 settles in for

Winning the Game of Life

Winning the Game of Life

 SUNY Oswego Division III Athletics Program provides students with skills that translate to success in their work and play   Anne Sarkissian DeRue ’04 was coming off an impressive junior year season of swimming at Oswego High School, and she was ready to secure an athletic scholarship during an even better senior year. It was