The Department of Computer and Information Sciences will hold the fourth annual Student Expo on Wednesday, Dec. 11, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the first floor lobby of Houghton Hall. An estimated 15-20 students are expected to participate in the fourth annual expo. Read More..
Dan Berggren, retired communications professor who mentored numerous radio students, will be interviewed with his musical trio on the weekly campus radio program, High Noon Friday this week on Dec. 13 at noon. He will be interviewed and the trio will also perform on the program. He is in town for the concert at the 1891 Fredonia Opera House. Read More..
On Jan.1, 2014, SUNY Fredonia will join the growing list of colleges and universities across the U.S. who have adopted a tobacco-free campus policy. SUNY Fredonia is dedicated to providing a safe, healthy, comfortable, and productive living and learning environment for the entire campus community. The policy prohibits all forms of tobacco and any nicotine delivery device, such as the smokeless e-cigarette, that has not been approved by the FDA for cessation. Read More..
For the 23rd year, community volunteers, Information Technology Services at SUNY Fredonia, and DFT Communications have donated their time and expertise to bring Santa and Elf Holly to the homes of local viewers on Wednesday, Dec. 18, and Thursday, Dec. 19. Santa and Elf Holly are assisted in their North Pole television studio by a crew of TV and phone elves to provide this special holiday program for children. Read More..
‘Tis the season to be giving, and for the past 12 years the Iota chapter of the Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity of SUNY Fredonia has taken this to heart — and feet — by raising awareness and money for the charity, YouthAIDS with its annual, "Tree Trot for YouthAIDS. The fundraiser features a Christmas tree being carried, on foot, from Fredonia all the way to Lafayette Square in downtown Buffalo. This year’s event was Saturday, Dec 7 and marked the 13th annual Tree Trot for YouthAIDS held by the fraternity. Read More..
On Wednesday, Dec. 11, the Annual Pottery Show and Sale will be held in the Multipurpose Room of the Williams Center at SUNY Fredonia from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. to benefit the University Police Criminal Justice Scholarship Fund (CJSF). Local potters will be selling their handcrafted mugs, trays, bowls, and jewelry and also donating a portion of their proceeds to benefit the scholarship fund through the Fredonia College Foundation. Read More..
The New Horizons Band of Western New York will present a winter concert at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 13, in the Dunkirk High School auditorium. The concert is free, but attendees are asked to please bring non-perishable food items. The donated food items will be distributed by the Dunkirk High School Student Council to families in the Dunkirk area. Read More..