The Port Chester Daily Voice
Rye Brook's Kyle Hollander Does Fitness Internship
Kyle D. Hollander, a Rye Brook resident, took part in an off-campus internship this spring through SUNY Oswego's Experience-Based Education program.
SUNY Oswego studies how weather affects migration: CNY Science
Tyler Pelle , a SUNY Oswego junior meteorology and applied mathematics major, and junior biology major Jeffrey Benjamin have worked with Michael Schummer of the biological sciences faculty since last fall on a project to study Canada geese abundance during seasonal migrations, in relation to temperature, precipitation and other meteorological ... (more)
Two administators have potential to get their jobs back
Two administrators placed on unpaid leave from Buffalo Public Schools for not having proper certifications now have a chance to get their jobs back.
School officials lacking certification enrolled in Oswego program in Jan.
Yamilette Williams and Faith Alexander Morrison have been participating in a superintendent leadership program offered by SUNY Oswego since January.
SUNY Oswego student sues state over fraternity hazing
A student at the State University of New York at Oswego is suing the state over injuries he says he suffered last year in a hazing incident at a fraternity house.
Efforts underway to keep two BPS admins who lack credentials
Efforts are now underway by the Buffalo Public School District to get two administrators on unpaid leave the proper credentials they require to return to their jobs.
A tour de force of female performers: This week in Central New York music
March is Women's History Month, and in fitting fashion, this March closes in Syracuse with a week of powerhouse female performers on the local music scene.