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McVicker Scholarship winners announced    

Marketing and Communications staff

Four students have achieved distinction as recipients of the Jeanette McVicker Scholarship in Women’s and Gender Studies for 2022: Haileigh Pawlak, Kristin White, Amber Ambrose and Jessica Keeler.

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Buffalo community activist to give poetry performance

Roger Coda

Spoken word artist Jillian Hanesworth, a community activist/organizer in Buffalo and SUNY Fredonia graduate, will give an in-person poetry performance as part of the Mary Louise White Visiting Writer Series at The Spot at Tim Hortons in the Williams Center on April 28.

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FREDlanthropy Day is coming!

Marketing and Communications staff

Mark your calendars! Wednesday, April 27 is SUNY Fredonia’s annual #FREDlanthropy Day of Giving. Fredonians of all affiliations are encouraged that day to take to the Fredonia social media pages, learn about the impact of donations around campus, and most importantly, spread the culture of #FREDlanthropy by giving back through the Fredonia College Foundation.

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Ceremony set to present Street Piano Project

Roger Coda

The Fredonia Street Piano Project at SUNY Fredonia will unveil three pianos, each adorned with a one-of-a-kind design created by a local artist and ultimately weatherized so it can be played outdoors, at a ceremony on Wednesday, April 27, at 6 p.m.

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Recital to honor alumna Helen Tinch Williams

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The Inaugural Helen Tinch Williams Recital will be held Friday, April 29, at 8 p.m., in Rosch Recital Hall at SUNY Fredonia. Featured artists include special guest soloist and soprano Nia Drummond.

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Convocation lecture to examine ‘Journalism and Jim Crow’

Roger Coda

"Journalism and Jim Crow: White Supremacy, the Black Press, and the Struggle for American Democracy" will be explored in a Zoom lecture by Dr. Sid Bedingfield, in the Mary Louise White Lecture/Convocation Series on Thursday, March 31.

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