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SUNY Fredonia science students to compile valuable data for village water department

Roger Coda

A new connection between SUNY Fredonia and the village of Fredonia is being forged that will provide students with “real-world” experience by assembling valuable baseline data that will help the municipality’s water department to swiftly and efficiently react to current as well as future challenges that it may encounter.

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Street pianos relocated to campus for the winter

Roger Coda

Staff from the School of Music and Custodial Services relocated the “Spot the Different Dot” Fredonia Street Piano to the University Commons lobby, its new winter home. Others are in Mason Hall.

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Veterans Remembrance Ceremony slated for Thursday, Nov. 10

Marketing and Communications staff

The Veterans Remembrance Ceremony at SUNY Fredonia will be held on Thursday, Nov. 10, at 3:30 p.m., in the Williams Center Multipurpose Room. The campus community and public are invited to attend the event.

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Greek Life groups to hold food drive

Roger Coda

Kappa Sigma and Sigma Kappa, two Greek Life organizations at SUNY Fredonia, will host a canned food drive to benefit the Chautauqua County Rural Ministry on Saturday, Nov. 12, from 10 a.m.to 1 p.m., in front of the Lake Shore Savings Clock Tower on campus.

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ACA/PRSSA annual Fall Sweep slated for Sunday, Nov. 6

Marketing and Communications staff

SUNY Fredonia’s Fall Sweep is poised once again to draw hundreds of students on Sunday, Nov. 6, to rake leaves in residents’ yards in the surrounding area. All student groups on campus are encouraged to join the 17th edition of the volunteer project.

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Halloween haunted house planned at McEwen television studio

Roger Coda

Just in time for Halloween, the McEwen Hall television studio will be transformed into a haunted house by students in the Department of Communication’s Ambassadors Program on Sunday, Oct. 30, from 3 to 5 p.m.

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‘President’s Own’ Marine Band plays to near-capacity crowd at Fredonia

Doug Osborne-Coy

A total of 1,001 people filled King Concert Hall at Rockefeller Arts Center recently for the performance by one of the nation’s finest military musical ensembles. It was “The President’s Own” United States Marine Band’s fifth visit to Fredonia since 1937.

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