OSWEGO, N.Y. – With working from home and freelancing on the rise, coworking is taking the world by storm. But what is it exactly? A cowork is an office community of people who are either self-employed or work for a variety of employers. This creates an environment where knowledge, ideas, and space are shared for equal benefit. With the idea becoming increasingly widespread, here’s five things to know about coworking. Continue reading →
OSWEGO, N.Y. – Kim Davis is a woman whose name has constantly been in headlines for the past week with updates on a story that continues to either disgust or fascinate, (or some combination of the two) most of the American public.
SUNY Oswego in April when the snow was melting, the temperature had spiked and it looked like spring had begun and the next day there were conditions nearing whiteout. | Justine Polonski
OSWEGO, N.Y. – When SUNY Oswego decides to cancel classes for the university as a whole, there is a whole team of people that are involved before students receive the SUNY NY-ALERT notification that lets them know.
The final word comes from Deborah Stanley, the university president (or her designee.) But first, a local forecaster a SUNY Oswego-specific weather forecast that aids in the decision. Once the decision is made on Stanley’s part, the university’s office of communications and marketing takes over to get word out to the campus population. Continue reading →
OSWEGO, N.Y. – “Chasing Life” is a television show on ABC Family (now Freeform) that put viewers around the globe on an emotional roller coaster in the finale of the first season on March 23, 2015.
The main character, April Carver, is an up-and-coming journalist for a Boston newspaper who is in her mid-20s and seemingly has her whole life ahead of her. April is diagnosed with leukemia in the first episode of the series, and the story of her life post-diagnosis becomes the focus for the show. Continue reading →
OSWEGO, N.Y. – Maggie Lamond Simone has dealt with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) for her entire life. She did not know that there was a name for what she was going through until a few years back.
The release of her book entitled “Body Punishment,” detailing her struggles throughout her life marks the beginning of her journey into being able to openly talk about her illness. Continue reading →
Light Work in Syracuse offers SUNY Oswego some pieces of contemporary photography work for a showing, including a couple of which come from Paul Pearce, one of the university’s former photography professors.
OSWEGO, N.Y. – For the first half of February, SUNY Oswego housed a small portion of photography from Light Work in Syracuse, including two pieces from its own former photography professor, Paul Pearce.
The collection, entitled “Searching: Photography from the Collection of Light Work,” was curated by the Student Art Exhibition Committee, and features a variety of artists from Light Work’s collection of photography over the last 42 years, including multiple past and present members of the faculty of SUNY Oswego like Julieve Jubin, John Banasiak, and Paul Pearce among others. Continue reading →