SUNY Plattsburgh has received one of the largest gifts from an alumna in the history of the college.
The donation of $470,000 comes from the estate of former librarian Phyllis Wells. Her gift is the second largest bequest to the college from an alumna. Read more.
From sea exploration and housework to immigration and revolt, SUNY Plattsburgh’s history department is publishing prolifically.
Since 2008, the department has released eight books. Nine if you count “Manly Meals and Mom’s Home Cooking” by Dr. Jessamyn Neuhaus, which just came out in paperback form. Read more.
The SUNY Plattsburgh Alumni Association welcomed some 500 new members Saturday, Dec. 15, at the college’s annual winter commencement ceremony at the Field House.
President John Ettling presided over the ceremony with Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs James Liszka, who presented the candidates for degrees. Thomas Corigliano, associate dean, SUNY Plattsburgh Branch Campus at Queensbury, served as faculty marshal. Read more.
Controlled chaos. That’s rugby in a nutshell.
And the SUNY Plattsburgh women’s rugby team likes a bit of chaos — controlled or otherwise — in their lives.
“There’s no nice way for things to happen in rugby, but it’s good. It’s a lot of fun,” said Carly Farrone. Read more.
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