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SUNY Oswego Students Experience Joys, Intensity Of Physical Theater In Moscow

For 14 SUNY Oswego students, winter break brought a crash course in physical theater and Russian culture during an inspiring — and intense — three-week trip to Moscow. Henry Shikongo and Jonel Langenfeld of the college’s theater faculty led the group on the visit to the Moscow Art Theatre, home to rigorous training in acrobatics, fencing, unarmed combat, stage movement, voice, improvisation and more.

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Oswego Health Accepts Medical ‘Sharps’ For Disposal at Several Locations

Sharps can be brought to the Oswego Hospital Health Services Center Suite G50 and to the reception desk of The Manor at Seneca Hill, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. excluding holidays.
The used needles and syringes can also be brought to Oswego Health’s urgent care centers in Central Square and Fulton during the hours of 9 a.m. and 9 p.m.

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Protect Yourself and Your Water Pipes in Cold Weather

The Oswego County Health Department confirmed today (Feb. 26) that there are a number of frozen water service lines in several public water systems in the county. “This has been a severe winter weather season for many of us,” said Oswego County Public Health Director Jiancheng Huang. “With the recent number of reports of freezing water pipes, we want to make sure that people are taking the proper precautions to protect themselves and their property.”

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Oswego City School District Universal Pre-Kindergarten Applications Available

The Oswego City School District is gearing up to welcome next year’s class of Pre-Kindergarten students, and applications for the Oswego City School District Universal Pre-Kindergarten program are now available. This program is designed for children who were born between December 2, 2010, and December 1, 2011, and is offered at no cost to children who are selected by lottery.

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Red Cross Maintains Oswego Shelter

The shelter opened by the American Red Cross at Laker Hall on the campus of SUNY Oswego Wednesday night will remain open at least through Sunday, the Red Cross announced today. The Red Cross opened the shelter for City of Oswego residents who are without water because of frozen water lines in several neighborhoods. Red Cross volunteers are at the shelter with cots, blankets, food, drinks and personal hygiene items for residents who need a warm place to stay or other necessities.

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Granby Elementary honors student achievement

Granby Elementary School in the Fulton City School District recently held a school-wide assembly to acknowledge students who have displayed good attendance, behavior and progress throughout the school year. During the assembly, Principal Heather Perry recognized students for achieving academic … Continue reading

Grant To SUNY Oswego Aims To Reduce Obesity In Children In U.S., Abroad

SUNY Oswego recently earned a highly competitive grant from 100,000 Strong in the Americas to train students here and in Brazil to implement a health-and-wellness program to fight childhood obesity in both countries.

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SUNY Oswego To Host, Professor To Co-Edit Metascience Journal

With the appointment of SUNY Oswego philosophy professor K. Brad Wray as co-editor, the journal Metascience now calls the college its headquarters. A noted scholar in the philosophy of science, Wray has begun a five-year term as co-editor with Australian scholar Luciano Boschiero.

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Mitchell Speedway Press Assists Harborfest Organizational Effort

Vendors and businesses simply don’t arrive at the annual Oswego Harborfest celebration and set up their concessions or information booths. It takes months of logistical planning to organize Breitbeck, the Novelis Family Park at West Park, East Park as well as the river walk.

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