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Capital Campaign launches in October 2017.
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Fredonia publicly launches its largest comprehensive campaign on Homecoming 2017 weekend

The kickoff of the public phase of the campaign, titled “Nurturing Innovation: The Campaign for Fredonia,” took place in front of hundreds of guests during the annual Homecoming Excellence Gala Dinner Oct. 20, 2017 in the Williams Center on the Fredonia campus. The goal of the campaign is to raise $20 million over the next three years. Fredonia has raised more than $14 million in gifts and pledges as part of the campaign’s “silent phase,” which began in 2014. Fredonia has launched a new website at fredonia.edu/nurture to share the stories related this campaign.

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Capital Campaign launches in October 2017.

Fredonia publicly launches its largest comprehensive campaign on Homecoming 2017 weekend

Friday February 23, 2018Lisa Eikenburg

The kickoff of the public phase of the campaign, titled “Nurturing Innovation: The Campaign for Fredonia,” took place in front of hundreds of guests during the annual Homecoming Excellence Gala Dinner Oct. 20, 2017 in the Williams Center on the Fredonia campus. The goal of the campaign is to raise $20 million over the next three years. Fredonia has raised more than $14 million in gifts and pledges as part of the campaign’s “silent phase,” which began in 2014. Fredonia has launched a new website at fredonia.edu/nurture to share the stories related this campaign.

Noah Maciejewski

Making big waves in radio: Fredonia Radio Systems crowned top collegiate station in U.S.

Friday September 15, 2017Lisa Eikenburg

In the vast college radio universe, Fredonia Radio Systems is a relatively small player, a low-power outlet run entirely by students. But that doesn’t mean SUNY’s oldest radio station can’t compete at the national level with larger, well-heeled collegiate broadcasters. And be recognized, no less, as the “Best College Station in the Nation” in 2017.

Gail Hunter

A Slam Dunk Career: Gail Hunter, ’81, leads community engagement for the Golden State Warriors

Friday January 27, 2017Lisa Eikenburg

“Work hard, really hard — practice is vital to success. Be a strong leader by how you present yourself as well as how you compete.” That sage coaching advice propelled Gail Hunter to a stellar athletic career at the State University of New York at Fredonia more than three decades ago, and it no doubt figured into a career trajectory that has placed her into the executive ranks of one of the National Basketball Association’s most prominent modern franchises.

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