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Jessica Grima, Courtney Cirillo, Jacqui Foreman, Anna Hickey, Sarah Shaw, Emily Stone, and Liz Harvey on Women's Basketball Senior Day on Feb. 18
Hartwick seniors Stavros Kerchoulas, Joey Lufkin, and Justin Pratt prior to their game with St. John Fisher on Feb. 18
Visiting Artist Stewart Nachmias’ “Pulp Icons” and Gloria Garfinkel’s “Vibrancy of Form” opened on Thursday, February 16 in the Foreman Gallery. The show runs through March 24.
Professors Zullo and Ayer enjoy Garfinkel's series “Vibrancy of Form,” comprised of paintings, drawings, and maquettes influenced by her travels abroad.
Nachimas presented a lecture on the development of his cast paper prints that make up his exhibit.
The Hartwick men's and women's swimming and diving seniors at the Senior Recognition/Parent Appreciate Meet versus Stevens on January 28.
The Hartwick College Theatre Arts Department produced J Term musical “Hair.
"Hair" was presented by Hartwick College's Theatre Arts Department.
The Hartwick College Center for Craft Food & Beverage hosted the Farmer Brewer Winter Weekend conference, on February 4-5. Otsego Now and the Craft Maltsters Guild co-sponsored the event.
More than 100 farmers, brewers, and maltsters from across the country attended the two-day conference to explore the science behind their craft from “grain to glass.”
The conference theme was “Everything in Modification,” a nod to the biochemistry of the malting process.
Rural Nursing Opportunities Program (RNOP) Class of 2016, Pinning Ceremony was held Friday, February 3.
Participants in Hartwick College's Center for Craft Food & Beverage Advanced Craft Malting Course came to campus from NY, MI, OH, KS, VA, NC, MT, CT, Canada, & Australia for a one week intensive craft malting technology course.
As part of Hartwick's Visiting Writers Series, Danniel Schoonebeek of Delhi and Brooklyn read from his poetry on Tuesday, January 17.
Hartwick's Black Student Alliance sponsored "Know Your Rights: A Dinner Discussion" on January 26.
Mr. Lee Fisher, President of Oneonta's NAACP offered the opening statement to begin discussion. Oneonta's Mayor Herzig and O.P.D. Chief Brenner participated as well.
Harry Bradshaw Matthews, Associate Dean and Director of the Office of Intercultural Affairs with members of the Black Student Alliance
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