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The 13th annual OH Fest took place under sunny skies and mild temperatures. Students from both Oneonta colleges did another wonderful job putting on a celebration the entire community could enjoy.
Hartwick students participated in the family carnival on Main Street during OH Fest on April 21.
OH Fest ended with a concert in Oneonta's Neahwa Park.
Hartwick hosted 14 regional experts for a discussion on building prosperity in rural communities on April 19. The panel included John J. Faso, U.S. Representative for New York's 19th congressional district and Anne Hazlett, Assistant Secretary for Rural Development, USDA.
Students were recognized for contributions made in support of campus diversity initiatives including members of the Hariett Tubman Mentoring Project.
On April 19, the Office of Intercultural Affairs, Black Student Alliance, PALS and SOSU/BU honored recipients of ALANA Students & Allies Diversity Awards.
Marcus Hudson '18, Katie Sengelaub '21, Matipa Mutoti '20 and Kiley Richardson '19 were congratulated by VP of Enrollment and Student Experience Karen McGrath after receiving the George F. Goodwinn, Jr. Memorial Award at the annual Student Leadership Awards on April 18.
Seniors who completed over 200 hours of community service were honored during the annual Student Leadership Awards on April 18.
Student members of the National Society of Leadership and Success, the leadership honor society, received their honor cords during the Student Leadership Awards.
Logan Cain '18 with Director of Pine Lake & Challenge Education Erin Baxter-Toal after being named Challenge Education Facilitator of the Year during the Student Leadership Awards.
Farheen Fatima '19 and Merwis Askerzadah '18 received the National Engaged Leadership Award during the Student Leadership Awards ceremony. Director of Campus Activities Joshua Nelson congratulated them.
Taylor Ashton '18 is congratulated by President Drugovich after receiving the President's Leadership Award during the Student Leadership Awards.
Alexis Epstein ' 18 is congratulated by President Drugovich after receiving the President's Leadership Award during the Student Leadership Awards.
On April 17, three faculty members were honored for their recent promotion to full professor: Jeremy Wisnewski, Religious Studies; Lisle Dalton, Religious Studies; and Mark Wolff, Modern Languages.
Hartwick's Wind Ensemble performed at New York’s legendary Carnegie Hall. The 40-member group played selections by Leonard Bernstein, Jonathan Newman, Michael Markowski, Ethan Cypress, and Chen Yi.
The performance was part of an evening featuring the Masterwork Festival Chorus and the National Festival Chorus.
Professor of Art History Elizabeth Ayer welcomes guests to the 18th Annual Peep Show- a celebration of infamous marshmallow treat.
Community members joined the fun at the 18th annual oozy, gooey, sugary, marshmallow “Peep Show” .
Hartwick students participated in a panel discussion with students, alumni and community professionals about "crafting your career story." The prorgram was one in a series during Kick Start Your Career Day on April 5.
President Drugovich recognized students named to the Dean's List during a reception in Anderson Center for the Arts on April 4.
Hartwick students and faculty in Dominican Republic during Spring Break for the Wine to Water project.
Hartwick students and Associate Director of Campus Activities Paul Habernig during Dade City Habitat for Humanity Spring Break service trip.
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