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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.
Aramark Dining Services Director Devin White offers blue rice crispy treats and blueberry smoothies to Hartwick students at the Giving Tuesday Blue Food PopUp.
Faculty and staff made donations during Hartwick's "I Give for You" themed Giving Tuesday.
Students made Giving Tuesday gifts in honor of someone who helped them excel.
Faculty and staff took "I Give for Your" donor phone calls on Giving Tuesday.
Hartwick Student Experience Staff wearing their "blue" on Giving Tuesday.
Hartwick students wearing their "blue" on Giving Tuesday.
Hartwick students enjoy sledding on campus during early December snow storm.
Beautiful blue sky day on Hartwick's campus.
The Hartwick campus community made donations to the Family Services of Oneonta Thanksgiving Food Project. Included: 165 pounds of turkey, all the fixings, $180 dollars in grocery gift cards, and 1 pineapple.
Caitlyn Herlihy '20 is the recipient of the Hartwick College 2019 Chamber of Commerce Intern of the Year Award, for her work at the Fenimore Art Museum. She is pictured with Michael Tamburrino, Manager of Performing Arts Programs at the museum and Doug Kendall of the Yager Museum of Art and Culture and Hartwick's Museum Studies Program.
November 21 screening of the film "This Business of Autism," about the economic and societal benefits of employing young adults with autism.
Q&A with film Director Stephen W. Mackey and Stella Spanakos ’78.
Stella Spanakos ’78 with Anna Meyer, retired field hockey coach, showing off t-shirts made to mark the screening event.
Dr. Temple Grandin's presentation in Anderson Theatre on November 20.
Students, faculty, staff and community members lined up to meet Dr. Grandin during book signing in Anderson Center.
Dr. Temple Grandin with President Drugovich after lecture on November 20.
Dr. R. Neville Choonoo presented Africa: The Rising Continent. The event was sponsored by the Cyrus Mehri Pluralism Fellow for 2019 Matipa Mutati '20.
Hartwick men won the basketball game against Skidmore, 66-56, on November 12. Veterans and families were recognized during the game.
Hartwick Field Hockey defeated Nazareth College November 9 in Rochester 2-1 to claim the 2019 Empire 8 Championship! The team plays Franklin & Marshall in the NCAA D-III tournament on November 13.
Students celebrated Diwali with dinner and music in the Commons on November 8.
VP Enrollment Management & Student Experience Karen McGrath and VP College Advancement Paula Lee Hobson joined the celebration of Hartwick First Generation students on November 8.
Director of Student Activities Joshua Nelson celebrated our First Generation students.
Director Student & Community Engagement Paul Habernig and Assistant Director of Student Accounts Kim Ayres celebrate being First Generation.
Professor Emeritus Thomas Travisano (center) spoke about his new biography on Elizabeth Bishop at Roots Brewing Co., Main Street, Oneonta on November 6. Photo with Professor Emeritus Robert Bensen and Jim Havener of the Green Toad Bookstore.
Oyaron Hill is always buzzing with activity. Snapshots is a gallery of images that capture our community in action.
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