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Students learned about 2018 J Term off-campus programs from faculty and staff during the program fair in the Commons.
Professor of Economics Karl Seeley discusses his J Term course Hungary & Czech Republic: Life After Communism with a student.
Professor of Art History Doug Zullo discusses his J Term course Italy: Art and Architecture with a student.
Noah Wynn '17 senior thesis production Augustine’s Confessions: Scenes from American Life by John Augustine was performed March 17-19.
Jennifer Darasz takes on a New Paltz defender in a game played on March 20 for women's lacrosse. The Hawks rallied from a 10-5 deficit to secure an 11-10 victory.
Recently tenured and promoted faculty with President Drugovich: Dr. Eric Cooper, Dr. Kevin Schultz, Dr. Mark Erickson, Dr. Jason Antrosio, Dr. Peter Fauth, Dr. Karl Seeley, Dr. Kristin Jones, Dr. David Griffing.
Edra Colbeck makes a pass against Siena on March 11. Hartwick water polo defeated the Saints 17-12
Hartwick water polo's Ashley Madrigal-Geary fires a shot against St. Francis Brooklyn on March 11. The Hawks defeated the Terriers 19-9.
Chris VanDemark looks to go to goal against a Farmingdale defender in a game played at Wright Stadium on March 10. The Hawks fell a goal short, 7-6, against the Rams.
Students of Hartwick's Harriet Tubman Mentoring Project and the Buffalo Soldiers Remembrance Group made the annual journey to Auburn, NY to honor their heroine at her gravesite.
The students were chaperoned by their advisor, Harry Bradshaw Matthews, Associate Dean and Director of the Office of Intercultural Affairs and the founding president of the United States Colored Troops Institute for Local History and Family Research.
Students honoring Harriet Tubman.
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.
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