The Coronavirus Pandemic has turned the world upside down and we are all living in a time like we have never seen before. For college students, the normal on-campus lifestyle has completely changed. One of the most prominent changes are remote classes. This might put some students in a panic, but taking on online class […]Read More... No Comments
Greek Life Gives Back
I believe the easiest way to describe Greek life at Oswego is that even though we are small compared to most schools, we make a big impact on each other and the community around us.
On the anniversary of 9/11, Kappa Sigma delivered baskets filled with a variety of goods to local first responders. Every […]Read More... No Comments
Why Join A Sorority?
Since joining a sorority on campus in Spring 2018, my college experience has changed completely. My grades have improved, I instantly became more organized and motivated, I met so many new faces and most importantly have created so many lifelong friendships.
Spring 2020 Recruitment
After talking with my housemates and some of my closest friends, […]Read More... No Comments
Virtual Sorority Recruitment
The five national Panhellenic sororities on campus are currently full swing in virtual Fall recruitment. We all knew this semester was going to be one for the books, and nothing we have ever experienced before, but I definitely didn’t prepare myself for two weeks of Zoom recruitment.
Don’t get me wrong, I love talking to and […]Read More... No Comments
5 Reasons to Get Involved
Are you new to campus? Maybe you’re looking to make new friends and connections. College is much more than attending class and listening to lectures. Joining an organization on campus is a great way to make the most out of your college experience.
Oswego is a great place to get involved and make lasting memories […]Read More... No Comments
My name is Kaylee Filighera and I am one of the social media interns for the Communications and Marketing Department at SUNY Oswego. I am a senior Public Relations major with minors in Sports Studies and Business Administration.
My journey began at SUNY Oswego in August 2017 as an eager freshman looking for new […]Read More... No Comments
5 Tips for the Class of 2024 – Staying Organized
Emma Borque, graduating from SUNY Oswego with her Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology, is looking forward to experiencing the rewarding feeling of receiving her degree after four years of dedication to her academics and student organization responsibilities. She feels ready to continue her journey in graduate school, and was kind enough to share tips […]Read More... No Comments
5 Tips for the Class of 2024 – Campus Involvement
Ashley Enfonde will be graduating from SUNY Oswego with her Bachelor of Arts degree in human development. She has spent her four years at Oswego dedicated to her academics and to the organizations that have made her college experience so memorable. Ashley has held positions for several student clubs, including President for a national organization […]Read More... No Comments
5 Tips for the Class of 2024 – Making Friends
Margaret Militello will be receiving her Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcasting this week. She looks back on her past 4 years at SUNY Oswego with a smile and a genuine appreciation for all of her experiences, ranging from MWF classes to weekends spent by the lake with friends. Margaret is involved in several student […]Read More... No Comments
5 Tips for the Class of 2024 – Time Management
Jessica Grassi will be receiving her Bachelor of Arts Degree in public justice this month and is looking forward to graduating and entering the workforce. Before she goes, she is eager to share some of her best advice for the impending SUNY Oswego class of 2024 on the importance of time management skills. The experience […]Read More... No Comments