I transferred to SUNY Oswego as a transfer my sophomore year and at first I was nervous to make friends. After being accepted I did tons of research on the dorms before I decided where I wanted to live. While doing research I discovered that Funelle Hall was full of transfer students and […]Read More... No Comments
Last Wednesday, the PRSSA (Public Relations Student Society of America) hosted a program titled “What’s Next?” Three Oswego Alumni were invited as guests to answer questions concerning life post-grad. The alumni were visibly eager and open to sharing their experiences. The alumni told their stories of adjusting to life post-college, looking for a job, and […]Read More... No Comments
In the theatrical world, the human experience can be defined by complexities and details. How people act, how they live, is often dependant upon their given circumstances pertaining to physical and emotional factors that impact people at any given point in time. These small details are what have fueled the production research in this semester’s […]Read More... No Comments
College is the ideal time to find yourself and explore new opportunities. With this can also come stress and concern about academics. Academics in college can be difficult but this is because it’s supposed to challenge you and in the end – it’s worth it. The truth is, time management is everything. It is important […]Read More... No Comments
Leaving your life at home and going off to college can be exciting yet scary. You’re never sure what friendships or relationships will last once you start your “new life” in a new town but, I can assure you everything will be okay.
College is the time for personal growth. It is okay if […]Read More... No Comments
This Friday it was the Ozzies Awards. It was an awesome event where Communications majors were recognized for their accomplishments and the quirky traits their known for. The awards ranged from most likely to Overanalyze a Conversation to best Hip Hop radio show, and etc. It was an intimate yet super inviting event. Malaysia and […]Read More... No Comments
Summer is almost here! Bring on the season of barbecues and tons of ice cream, but let’s not forget to eat healthy as well. Here are four ways to stay healthy during the summer:
Take advantage of fresh produce!
Produce is at its peak during the summer months, which allows for a wide array of diverse […]Read More... No Comments
Freshman year is one of the most amazing times in your life and if you’re lucky enough to experience this opportunity, I am sure you will see this too. Entering college is a huge life change, as many incoming freshman have lived in the same place for 18 years of their life. One thing a […]Read More... No Comments
“I need to start a diet”, is a phrase you’ve probably heard countless times. You may have even looked into starting a diet yourself, but quickly come to the realization that you are way over your head in too many diet fads to choose from. Ketogenic, paleo, Atkins, mediterranean, vegan, low-fat, low-carb, gluten-free….. I can […]Read More... No Comments
This past weekend SUNY Oswego held their 10th annual Relay For Life fundraiser. Relay For Life is a charity designed to allow individuals to form their own fundraising events in support of furthering groundbreaking cancer research. The movement is a trademark of The American Cancer Society that allows groups to simultaneously remember those lost as […]Read More... No Comments