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Golisano Parking Lot became a skating rink on January 17.
Hartwick students in Ireland during the J Term 2020 course: Irish Society & Culture.
Hartwick students in London museum during the J Term 2020 course: Theatre in England.
Following Dr. Caitlin Jewitt's presentation of the Leslie G. Rude Memorial Lecture, students gathered to watch the Democratic Presidential candidates debate.
Dr. Caitlin Jewitt '06 presents "Primary Rules and the 2020 Presidential Nomination".
A stimulating discussion took place during the Q&A session following Dr. Jewitt's presentation.
Dr. Cailtin Jewitt '06 visited Dr. Laurel Elder's political science class to speak about the 2020 Presidential Nomination Process before delivering the Leslie G. Rude Memorial Lecture on the evening of January 14.
Dr. Caitlin Jewitt '06 with Dr. Laurel Elder, professor of political science, during luncheon with students, faculty and staff.
Hartwick students at Roman Theatre of Ostia Antica during J Term 2020 course: Art & Architecture of Italy.
Students in Paris during the J Term 2020 course: Politics in the European Union.
Women's Basketball Alumnae "Team" in Lambros Arena for the annual Alumnae Game on January 11.
2019 Women's Basketball Empire 8 Championship Team unveiled the NCAA III banner in Lambros Arena on January 11.
President Drugovich with 2019 Women's Basketball Empire 8 Championship Team.
"Streak of Blue" glass bowl created by Hartwick College's Glass Artist in Residence Erik Halvorson. These works of art are presented to employees for their years of service at the annual Quinquennial Awards.
Erik Halvorson, glass artist in residence, described the glass pieces he created for Hartwick's Streak of Blue awards during the annual Quinquennial Awards on January 10.
President Drugovich with employees honored for 5 years of service to Hartwick College: James Buthman, Geneen Bolton, Ed Gabrys, Cindy McKown, Gregg Norris, Karina Walker.
President Drugovich with employees honored for 10 years of service to Hartwick College: Jennifer Brislin, Justin Wellman.
President Drugovich with employees honored for 15 years of service to Hartwick College: Jason Antrosio, Min Chung, David Griffing, Kathleen Traynor, Kathleen Wenck.
President Drugovich with employees honored for 20 years of service to Hartwick College: Eric Johnson, Susan Navarette, Laurel Elder, Kurt Sheldon.
President Drugovich with employees honored for 25 years of service to Hartwick College: Stephanie Brunetta, Mary Wrench, Gary Robinson, Ann Carman, Allen Crooker.
President Drugovich with Lynnette Hitchcock who was honored for 30 years of service to Hartwick College.
President Drugovich with Betty Powell who was honored for 50 years of service to Hartwick College.
Yager Museum of Art & Culture hosted a concert entitled “Songs of Struggle” by musician and activist John O’Connor on January 8 in the Elting Gallery.
The Hartwick community contributed items such as crayons, books, stuffed animals, toy cars, dolls, play dough and Legos to Oneonta's Holiday Toys for Tots program.
The Hartwick community turned out to support first-year students and their work during the First-Year Seminar Symposium on December 6.
Hartwick College campus in blue light on the evening of Giving Tuesday.
President Drugovich took donor calls with Hartwick faculty and staff in the Griffiths Center for Collaboration & Innovation on Giving Tuesday.
Members of Alpha Omicron Pi in "blue" on Giving Tuesday.
Theta Phi Alpha wearing "blue" on Giving Tuesday.
Oyaron Hill is always buzzing with activity. Snapshots is a gallery of images that capture our community in action.
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