Juliet Aires Giglio, an English and creative writing faculty member at SUNY Oswego, and Mic-Anthony Hay, a senior journalism major Giglio has had in class, talk at Safe Haven Holocaust Refugee Shelter Museum in Oswego about locations for filming a documentary preserving the memories of two cousins who were sheltered there. It is one of many projects recently approved for funding for Faculty-Student Challenge Grants by the college's Scholarly and Creative Activities Committee.
Oswego Daily News

Faculty-Student Team To Document Refugee Cousins’ Safe Haven Recollections

A Faculty-Student Challenge Grant from the college’s Scholarly and Creative Activities Committee makes the project possible, providing the means for Hay, a senior journalism major, to do cinematography and editing for the documentary this summer, and for Riki (formerly Rikicia Levi) and David Levi – both now 80 – to return to Oswego for interviews from their homes in the New York metropolitan area for “A New Home in Oswego: The Story of Two Refugees.”