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September 18, 2018

“Cruisin’ The City” Helps Connect Students To Community


The SUNY Oswego Student Association and the mayor's Campus-City Relations Committee invited local businesses to participate in the Cruisin' the City fair in Hewitt Union at the opening of SUNY Oswego's spring semester to introduce students, faculty and staff to local businesses and services in the community. Above, Samantha Rivera, a senior studio art major, talks with Maggie Goble of Que Colores! -- a retail outlet featuring fair trade handicrafts by Guatemalan artisans -- located in downtown Oswego's Canal Commons.

The SUNY Oswego Student Association and the mayor's Campus-City Relations Committee invited local businesses to participate in the Cruisin' the City fair in Hewitt Union at the opening of SUNY Oswego's spring semester to introduce students, faculty and staff to local businesses and services in the community. Above, Samantha Rivera, a senior studio art major, talks with Maggie Goble of Que Colores! -- a retail outlet featuring fair trade handicrafts by Guatemalan artisans -- located in downtown Oswego's Canal Commons.

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