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Students mine valuable career guidance at ‘Meet the Professionals Night’

Roger Coda

“I had the opportunity to meet with several financial institutions, which included banks, CPA firms and consulting agencies… We got to talk to some of these companies not as students, but as potential employees and interns.” That’s how Josue Petion summarizes the student experience at Meet the Professionals Night.

Farny to give 2021 Kasling lecture; Reese, Weiser to receive Hagan award

Roger Coda

Professor Natasha Farny, who will give the 2021 Robert W. Kasling Memorial Lecture, and Associate Professor of Music Education Jill Reese and Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Jazz Nick Weiser, recipients of the 2021 William T. and Charlotte N. Hagan Young Scholar/Artist Award, will be honored on Tuesday, Oct. 5.

Award-winning author of ‘Amphibians,’ Lara Tupper, to give craft talk, reading

Roger Coda

Lara Tupper, whose short-story collection “Amphibians” was a Leapfrog Global Fiction Prize winner, will present a virtual craft talk on Wednesday, Sept. 29, and a virtual fiction reading on Thursday, Sept. 30, as part of the Mary Louise White Visiting Writers Series.

Devils collect another 1-0 win

Sports Information Office

The Fredonia State men's soccer team collected another 1-0 win -- its third of the season -- at Allegheny College on Saturday. The win pushes the Devils' record to 4-2-0 on the season, with both losses coming in 1-0 games.

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Ruiz turns in lifetime best

Sports Information Office

Anthony Ruiz turned in a strong performance at the Rochester Invitational on Saturday. The junior Dunkirk native finished 11th in a field of 226 runners, helping the Devils to a 10th-place finish. Ruiz completed the 8k course in 26:12. It was his lifetime best at that distance.

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