News

Pups Prove to be Lifesavers During Lockdown

New research by Christy Hoffman, PhD, finds our four-legged friends played an important role in our physical and mental health throughout pandemic


Big Sports No Longer Big Man on Campus

Covid-19 results in whole new ballgame for intercollegiate athletics


Shaping Up

Former Palisano Pavilion converted into new, well-appointed fitness center for students


Tipping the Scales

Attorney Alvin J. McKenna '63 expresses gratitude through giving


Lost and Found

James E. McNicholas Jr. is reunited with the class ring he lost a half-century ago


Virtual Reunion 2021

Mark your calendars for Thursday, June 3 at 6:00 p.m.


Fitzpatrick Series Comes Under Fresh Leadership

Richard A. Bailey, PhD, collaborates with colleagues to bring diverse and engaging prominent speakers to campus


Postive Results from IAR's Latest Autism Treatment Program

Children who participated in MAXout demonstrated significant improvements in their social and cognitive skills, and ASD symptoms


New Book by Gansworth Tackles Racial Stereotypes

Apple reflects author's life growing up in an Onondaga family but living among the Tuscaroras and Native people in U.S.


Disability Rights is Focus of Dierenfield's New Book

Publication examines the complex history and jurisprudence of disability accommodation and educational mainstreaming


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