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Students table at Hartwick's Bark for Life event, fighting against cancer.
Hartwick students brought out their puppies to participate in the Bark for Life fundraiser.
GEB puppy completes an obstacle at Bark for Life.
Order of Omega recognizes fraternity men and women who have attained a high standard of leadership.
A member of HCAB runs Bingo Night in Laura's Lounge.
Hartwick students have fun at Oneonta World of Learning's Paintfest.
Hartwick students have sun at Oneonta World of Learning's Paintfest.
Hartwick students help with Oneonta World of Learning's Paintfest.
Hartwick students take part in Oneonta World of Learning's Paintfest.
Hartwick students took a fan bus to support the men's soccer team as they took on Dartmouth.
School spirit shone as students made the trip to support the men's soccer team.
Winners of the fall 2015 "Food and Community" photo contest: Mariana Richards Benfatti '17 took First Prize, with her "Fruit and Community" series. Katherine Bartlett '16 won Second Prize with "4:15 - Bring the Pastries,"
Winners of the fall 2015 "Food and Community" photo contest were recently announced at the annual Pine Lake Holiday Dinner. Aislin Glenn '18 earned Third Prize for "Hand That Feeds."
A strong collection of 27 photos were submitted for review this season. Here Raleigh Mendez stands with his submission.
Students held a Speak Out event on Frisbee Field, rallying in support of protesters in Missouri, and discussing issues of diversity/racism on college campuses around the US.
Students participate in making the sign at the Speak Out event.
Students spoke of their own experiences with racism, even here on the College campus, making it clear these issues are everywhere, and still need to be addressed.
To celebrate Transgender Day of Remembrance, the Hartwick Identity Alliance held a vigil on Yager patio. There they lit candles, held moments of silence, and handed out ribbons to passers-by.
Oyaron Hill is always buzzing with activity. Snapshots is a gallery of images that capture our community in action.
We encourage students, faculty, and staff to submit their own pictures for the
Snapshots to email@example.com. Please be sure to include the names of those shown in the pictures when possible, as well as a description of the event.
Photos submitted by: Alexis Wilde ’16, David Lubell, Gerry Raymonda.
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