Over 100 people from around campus and the community attended this year’s 24th annual SEFA walk-a-thon, raising over $628 for the United Way of
Mental illness is an impediment to some college students’ academic performance and Oswego State is considering innovative ways to aid these students. Mental Health
Over the past year Oswego State has made an effort to spread awareness of multiple cultures and backgrounds on campus. Last week, “I Am
More than 175 people gathered to run 3.1 miles on Saturday to participate in the Great Pumpkin Run. At 1:30 p.m., the participants started
Creative, unique, chilling. These words best describe the student made horror films that were showcased at the sixth annual Panic Film Festival Saturday afternoon.
After several noise complaints were directed to Oswego City Councilor Francis Enwright, he is set to restrict large buses in the first District. “I
Two years ago, the Student Association Programming Board (SAPB) ran a film series in the Marano Campus Center auditorium every Friday night and Sunday
Two months, six days. That’s how long Christopher Carter Sanderson said he has been employed at Oswego State in the theatre department. During his