Student artists like David Owens keep alive the tradition of monotype printing — creating a plate for a one-of-a-kind print, as he demonstrates in this video. Owens and other students in Mary Pierce’s “Introduction to Printmaking” class exhibit their work in “Painterly Prints,” which runs from Oct. 26 to Nov. 30 at Oswego State Downtown, corner of West First and Bridge streets. The gallery and store hosts a free opening reception from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26. Video by HCI graduate student Phillip Moore.
SUNY Oswego meteorology student Jake Mulholland discusses research tracking and forecasting Lake Ontario’s famous lake-effect snow.
SUNY Oswego students Calee Wilson and Zachary Hall use the natural laboratory of Rice Creek Field Station to explore whether deer browsing impacts food supplies for amphibians and reptiles in the area. They are among the many students tackling real-world problems through hands-on research. Video by HCI student Phillip Moore.
SUNY Oswego’s Richard S. Shineman Center for Science, Engineering and Innovation becomes home to student researchers like Brett St. Pierre, who is examining ancient plants from St. Martha’s Vineyard to discover their true age and relevance to botanical evolution. Equipment like a massive scanning electron microscope make this high-level research possible. Video by HCI student Phillip Moore.
Quest13 poster sessions taking place in Campus Center concourse and arena concourse through the afternoon.
Oswego’s student bloggers are at Admitted Student Day today. Stop by our table, say hello and fill out a survey for a chance to win a $25 College Store gift certificate! #ozadmit
Lake Effect rain coming in from Lake Ontario.
Oswego State Lakers Men’s Ice Hockey team is the 2013 SUNYAC Champions!!!
I’ve narrowed my search down to two colleges. SUNY Oswego (i still have to visit there but it apparently has the best program for my major in the SUNY system) and York College of PA. Anyone go to one or know a lot about the communications broadcasting program in either school?
We have a great Broadcasting and Mass Communications program and we have some notable alumni working in the media industry today! Here are some links that might help you with your search!
We are diving head first into this semester! Please encourage all of your talented friends to submit. We’ve noticed people can get a bit nervous about submitting to the GLR.
All we have to say to that is… Don’t be!
If you’re going to take a chance this semester, let this be it. All of our editors enjoy reading the written work submitted. Your work, whether it is published or not, is appreciated. Also, you are not limited on how many works you can submit to each genre.
Our deadline is April 1st, 2013. Get writing and revising!