Hartwick College students, faculty, and staff know how to keep busy. From lectures and presentations to programs abroad and on-campus events, 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, and Gerry Raymonda.
Hartwick College students, faculty, and staff know how to keep busy. From lectures and presentations to programs abroad and on-campus events, 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. 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, and Gerry Raymonda.
The Hartwick College Women's Volleyball team took the loss against SUNY Polytechnic on Tuesday, September 14.
A Hartwick volleyball player goes for the ball during their game against SUNY Polytechnic on September 14.
A Hartwick volleyball player during their loss to SUNY Polytechnic.
The offical ribbon cutting during the Yager Cafe Opening on Saturday, Septwmber 5. From left: Joe Mack, Aramark Facilities; Rick Accordino, Aramark Food Services; Tony Internicola, The Vice President of Operations for Aramark; Hartwick College President Margaret L. Drugovich; David Heidenberg, Regional Vice President for Aramark; Addison Muller '16; William Schultz '16.
Students enjoyed Yager Cafe on opening day.
The Art department and Alumni Relations Office collaborated to exhibit a selection of current artwork from Hartwick alumni. The exhibit is located in Foreman Gallery, Anderson Center for the Arts and will run until October 22.
Alex Athanail '17 views the alumni artwork on display in the Foreman Gallery.
The Juried Alumni Exhibition at the Foreman Gallery, Anderson Center for the Arts, drew the attention of students and community members alike.
The Juried Alumni Art Exhibition includes current works from William Hawthorne '65, Denise Smith Hazlett '81, Patricia Carrigan '82, Craig Slaff '82, Mark Brenner '88, Michelle Rock Hegan '89, Warren Bunn II '91, Nora Brodnicki '91, Gregg Emery '94, Kim Carr Valdez '96, Danielle Boudet '98, Kurt Andreas '01, Adrienne Gohde '01, Kevin Gray '01, Marian Day '06, Sheileen Landry '07, Kristopher Hauser '08, Terrence Henck '09, Stephanie Berube '10, Darcy Dolge '10, Donna Wessel VanGlad '10, Lisa Beerle '11, Kimberly DeMartino '12, Jacqueline Jones '12, Lauren Gould '13, Brittni Stasiuk '13, Timothy Spurchise '14, and Abigail Parmelee '14.
Guests view alumni artwork at the Foreman Gallery for the Juried Alumni Artwork Exhibition.
A group of the featured Alumni and their families came together to celebrate the opening of the Juried Alumni Art Exhibition at the Foreman Gallery, which is open until October 22.
On Tuesday September 22, Josh Kilmer-Purcell and Brent Ridge (aka. "The Beekman Boys") came to Hartwick to discuss their book "The 10 Things We Learned about Life from Goats" as part of the 2015-16 Hartwick College Campus Theme, "Food and the Community."
Josh Kilmer-Purcell and Brent Ridge (aka. "The Beekman Boys") during their presentation at Hartwick.
The Beekman Boys discuss their book in Slade Theatre to a crowd of students, faculty, staff, and local residents.
New furniture arrived at the Yager Cafe.
Students enjoy the new chairs and environment in the Yager Cafe.
Shelly Jansen, Assistant Learning Support Specialist in the Center for Student Success and Lecturer in English, sits with students in the new Yager Cafe.
On September 26, Hartwick hosted its first Open House of the year. Perspective students enjoyed tours, informational booths and more. Pictured, a tour of the College's nursing facilities.
At the September 26 Open Hosue, English faculty (and representatives of other academic programs) met with prospective students.
A few of the incredible Blue Key Campus Tour Guides at the first Open House of the year. From left to right: Addison Muller '16, Jessica Henderson '16, Corey Buckley '16, Lauren O'Brien '16, and Ethan Kelly '16.
Ethan Kelly '16, a Blue Key Tour Guide, with prospective students and their families during the first Open House of the year.
Kim Noling embraces friends and family during her retirement party on Friday, September 25.
On Friday, September 25, Hartwick College said goodbye to Kim Noling after 25 years. She started as a beloved English professor and continued to make a profound impact as Dean of Academic Affairs. Her presence on campus will surely be missed by students and faculty alike.
Hartwick President Margaret L. Drugovich and Provost Michael Tannenbaum with the retiring Kim Noling.
Doc Hendley, author and founder of the Wine to Water Foundation, visited Hartwick for the second year and met with a selected group of students, signed books, and gave a talk to the public and the Class of 2019.
For the second year in a row, Doc Hendley came to Hartwick to talk with students about his humanitarian experiences helping people all over the world who lack clean water.
On Tuesday, September 29, Doc Hendley received a warm welcome from Hartwick students as he came back once more to talk about the important work he does to help provide clean water to people all over the world.
Meet Hamilton, being raised by Alexis Wilde '16, a participant in the Guiding Eyes for the Blind Puppy Raising Program at Hartwick. Hamilton is a potential guide dog in training.
Hartwick Men's Soccer faced Cornell on Elmore Field on Wednesday, September 23 winning 2-0.