Articles

Events and news of what's happening around the Fredonia campus.

Find a News Story

Holiday concert goes virtual with lineup of all-star alumni performers

Doug Osborne-Coy

Rockefeller Arts Center will continue its longstanding tradition of presenting a Christmas pops concert this December, albeit in new format. The free “Virtual Alumni Christmas Pops Concert” will make its debut online on Tuesday, Dec. 15.

Tags:

Brown Bag talk to examine mental health challenges in higher ed

Roger Coda

Jermaine Kenner, a mental health counselor at the Counseling Center and a Fredonia alumnus, will explore mental health challenges in higher education in the final virtual Brown Bag Lunch talk of the fall semester on Wednesday, Dec. 2.

Tags:

A 59-year Fredonia friendship: A navy blue Fredonia blazer

Marketing and Communications staff

I met Ellen (Hitchcock) Meister in September 1960 while living in Hillman House freshman dorm; she was a friend of my assigned roommate from Niagara Falls. Friendships have always been important to me. It seems as a child when we sang the song, “Make new friends, but keep the old…one is silver and the other gold,” I took these words to heart, using them as a theme throughout my life.

Tags:

Statement 2020 Fall PDF

Marketing and Communications staff

Fall 2020 featured stories include: Eager to listen and learn, the new Fredonia President Dr. Stephen H. Kolison Jr. sets a collaborative tone - Student Emergency Relief Fund provides support - Alumnus thrives as creative force on PBS digital design teams - Pursuing her passion and goals, meeting a need and making a difference - A 59-year Fredonia friendship: A navy blue Fredonia blazer.

Tags:

Working Together for Clean Energy: SUNY Fredonia, NYPA, Oriden, and Solar Liberty team up for premier Solar Energy Project

Marketing and Communications staff

The State University of New York at Fredonia (SUNY Fredonia) announced today that construction is starting on its first solar/battery project, enabling the Chautauqua County campus in Western New York to lead by example in reducing its carbon footprint with innovative energy efficiency and renewable energy technology.

Tags:

Business Club brings colorful cat mural to local business

Roger Coda

The student-led Business Club at Fredonia has made a successful foray into the world of public art, coordinating the painting of an appropriately themed wall mural at 9 Lives Holistic, a Fredonia business.

Tags: