Colleagues; I know that many of you were disappointed when you tried to reserve for Roxanne’s Barbeque luncheons and found then sold out almost immediately. Well if you have a hankering for some great eats at a remarkable price then you’ll be overjoyed to learn that March 24th noon serving in Human Ecology 143 once [...]
The Catskill Symphony Orchestra closes its 2013-14 season on April 26, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. in the Hunt Union Ballroom with the Hans and Edith Wilk Memorial Concert. This performance will feature the Suite No 1. Of Johann Sebastian Bach, Music for Shakespeare by Edward Green, and the Coronation Mass of Mozart with the voices of both the [...]
The Africana & Latino Studies office, 310G Milne Library, has COM-92774A toner cartridges for an HP Laser Jet 4l & 4P printers which they no longer need. Please contact the Africana & Latino Studies office at #3449 if you are interested.
Tim Welch, a Lecturer in the Communication Arts department, has recently produced his second audio book for Audible.com. “Deific Dozen” is a parody of the DaVinci Code series and you can listen to a sample and read a review by following this link: http://www.audible.com/pd/Fiction/Deific-Dozen-Audiobook/B00JG28FJG/ref=a_search_c4_1_1_srImg?qid=1396970171&sr=1-1
Lawton Wakefield, a graduating senior majoring in history, has published an article based on an essay he wrote in his HIST 390: Senior Seminar course in New Errands, the Eastern American Studies Association’s online journal of undergraduate research. Wakefield’s research, conducted as part of Dr. Thomas D. Beal’s course “Crime and Punishment in Early New [...]
In March, Joseph Pignato of the Music Department presented a paper titled “Distance Collaboration via Voice Over Internet Protocol: Two Schools, One Performance” at the New Directions in Music Education Conference held on the campus of Michigan State University. Dr. Pignato’s presentation described and analyzed an ongoing collaboration between students enrolled in the SUNY Oneonta Experimental [...]