“The Pandemic Diaries” project to continue through fall semester

The History Department in collaboration with Milne Library and the Teaching, Learning and Technology Center has created a pandemic diary project for students, faculty and staff: The Semester of Living Dangerously. Conceived by Adjunct Assistant Professor of History Ann Traitor, The Semester of Living Dangerously is in the form of a blog and print diary digital archive. It … Continue reading “The Pandemic Diaries” project to continue through fall semester

Damascene providing free shipping for students returning, selling textbooks

Damascene Book Cellar is providing free shipping for students to sell their books and return their Damascene textbook rentals. Sell back and rental returns will begin on the first day of finals, Thursday, April 30, and will continue until Friday, May 22. To initiate the process, go to https://www.damascenebook.com/. Damascene will not be buying books and taking rental returns face-to-face … Continue reading Damascene providing free shipping for students returning, selling textbooks

Kiara Pipino continues tradition, offering students virtual cooking lessons

It has fast become a tradition for Theatre Department faculty director Kiara Pipino to share her Italian culinary roots with her actors. During Sunday show rehearsals, she cooks an impressive spread of family style dishes. Undeterred by a canceled show, she has been offering virtual cooking lessons to share her family recipes with her students. … Continue reading Kiara Pipino continues tradition, offering students virtual cooking lessons

SRCA Virtual Showcase available online

Student research and creative activity projects submitted for presentation at the 2020 Student Research and Creative Activity (SRCA) event are now being presented in the SRCA Virtual Showcase. The showcase includes a link to the full SRCA program with project abstracts, and links to individual presentations. Close to 100 projects are featured, representing the impressive … Continue reading SRCA Virtual Showcase available online

Art Conference 2020 goes virtual

Originally scheduled for April 9, 2020 at the SUNY Oneonta Hamblin Theater, the Art Conference 2020 is now available online as a virtual proceeding at https://suny.oneonta.edu/art-department/art-conference-2020! The aim of this annual event is to showcase the artistic and scholastic activities of the members of the SUNY Oneonta Art Department and/or guests within the School of … Continue reading Art Conference 2020 goes virtual