The Theatre Department has released the final episode in a seven-part YouTube series highlighting what graduating seniors learned and experienced during their education in theatre at SUNY Oneonta.
In Episode 7, “Ready for the Future,” seniors share their post-graduation plans and thoughts on how theatre at SUNY Oneonta has helped prepare them for the future. Watch Episode 7 now!
Food vs. Fuel Project
Nov 8th THRU Nov 22nd
Providing Senior Citizens with food for the winter months
We will be collecting NEW non-perishable food items
Ideas: soup, crackers, PB &jelly, mac & cheese, rice, rice or pasta packets, pasta, spaghetti sauce, canned fruit & vegetables, boxed potatoes, stuffing, pancake mix, syrup, tuna fish, nuts, cookies, cake mixes, condiments, etc.**
If each employee brought in just 1 can of food it would make a difference!
Look for the collection boxes in the following buildings; Alumni Hall(2ndfloor lobby), Bacon & Denison Hall Atriums, Health & Wellness Center lobby, Hunt Union main lobby, Milne Library (2nd floor back hall), MOC, Morris Hall Lobby, Netzer (1st floor lobby) AND Wilsbach (Res. Life)
Thank you in advance, any questions please contact.
Sponsored by CSEA’s Women’s Committee
Awestruck Hard Cider Sampling at Green Toad Book Store Friday the 17th
You are invited to attend a Faculty Center event on November 17th from 5 to 7 at the Green Toad Book Store on Main Street in Oneonta. Sociology Professor Brian Lowe will give a brief talk about his newest book Moral Claims in the Age of Spectacles and Awestruck Cider from Sidney will be on hand to pour samples of their hard cider. Join us for an evening of conversation, enjoy a glass of local hard cider and do some shopping at a fabulous local book store. We hope to see you there. While not required to attend, an RSVP would be helpful as we plan the event. Please drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to attend. Bring a guest and consider sharing this announcement with others on campus.
SUNY Oneonta’s IT Services is making it easier than ever for you to reset your password if you ever forget it. We have collaborated with Microsoft to use their Self-Service Password Reset utility.
Visit Microsoft’s Password Management Page in your web browser and complete the sign-up process using your existing userID@oneonta.edu and password that you login to your computer with today.
After you complete the registration process you can use the following link http://www.oneonta.edu/useradmin or click on “Can’t access your account?” on the sign on page to reset your password from any device.