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‘Effective Pitch Presentation’ focus of workshop at incubator

Roger Coda

A workshop, “Effective Pitch Presentation,” will be presented Jack McGowan, project manager at Insyte Consulting and director of the WNY Venture Association/Buffalo Angels, at the Fredonia Technology Incubator on Tuesday, Oct. 11.

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Residence Life supports Buffalo News Kids Day

Marketing and Communications staff

Several members of the Residence Life staff volunteered for Buffalo News Kids Day in support of Oishei Children's Hospital of Buffalo and Cradle Beach.

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Remembrance and Reflection Garden established on campus

Marketing and Communications staff

A new Remembrance and Reflection Garden has been established on the SUNY Fredonia campus, the Eagle Scout project of Life Scout Cooper Stenger, a member of Boy Scout Troop 267 in Fredonia.

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Freedonia Marxonia to be celebrated

Marketing and Communications staff

Music and the Marx Brothers is the focus of Freedonia Marxonia 2022, which will be a hybrid event held Sept. 29 and 30.

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Computer and Information Sciences hosts summer camp

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Liberty Partnership students from Olean Middle School and Gowanda Middle School attended “Computer Science Summer Camp” in August at the SUNY Fredonia Department of Computer and Information Sciences.

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Williams Center hosting Red Cross blood drive

Roger Coda

Students, faculty and staff are invited to roll up their sleeves for an American Red Cross blood drive at the Williams Center Multipurpose Room on Tuesday, Aug. 30, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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New Horizons Band begins fall term on Aug. 31

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The New Horizons Band of Western New York will begin its fall semester on Wednesday, Aug. 31, starting its 15th year in Western New York.

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Middle schoolers, grad students thrive at Fredonia STEM camp

Roger Coda

“This is hands-on labor and the projects are unique, challenging and often messy – just like science and math.” That’s the guiding approach of Department of Mathematical Sciences Professor Keary Howard to learning activities he creates for Camp COMETS.

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