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Pool test results for the week of Nov. 2, 2020

Marketing and Communications staff

SUNY Fredonia President Stephen Kolison gave his weekly report on the most recent round of pool testing for COVID-19, thanking members of the campus community for taking care of each other.

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Student, staff and faculty volunteers make pool testing possible

Lisa Eikenburg

OK…I’ve got this…put on my mask and leave my office...follow the signs into Steele Hall…get my temperature taken and answer screening questions…get my FREDCard scanned…get my test kit and register…get in line to complete the test kit…and I’ve reached the head of the line to receive instructions from a person in Personal Protection Equipment…is that Registrar Scott Saunders?

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Positive COVID-19 cases on campus remain phenomenally low

Roger Coda

More students than ever are being tested for COVID-19 at Fredonia, but the number of positive cases is not increasing. In fact, it’s not even budging. There were no positives among 375 students tested on Friday, Oct. 9, the most recent testing day.

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Coronavirus Information for campus

Marketing and Communications staff

The university is closely monitoring the spread of COVID-19 (novel coronavirus). There currently are no known cases of the virus in Fredonia or Chautauqua County, but there are cases elsewhere in New York and the number will likely increase.

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Guard yourself from contracting the flu with the vaccine

Marketing and Communications staff

It’s not too late to get a flu shot. That’s the advice the Student Health Center is offering to students, faculty and staff as the spring semester gets underway.

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De-stress for Success activities began Monday

Roger Coda

De-stress for Success, is a series of events, programs and workshops designed to help students find ways to reduce stress in a healthy, productive manner while gaining the focus they need to succeed, began on Monday, May 6, and will continue through Friday, May 17.

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Student food pantry expands hours of operation

Roger Coda

The student food pantry on campus is opening the door wider for the last two weeks of the spring semester to accommodate students who may find themselves running low on food or meal plan points. A second pantry location, in the LoGrasso Hall vestibule, will operate Monday through Friday, beginning May 6, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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