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One-woman show highlights Marie Curie’s life, scientific triumphs

The struggles and accomplishments of Madame Marie Curie, widely considered the world’s most famous female scientist, will come to life in the one-woman performance of “Manya: A Living History of Marie Curie” by Susan Marie Frontczak on Tuesday, Feb. 9, at 7:30 p.m. at Rosch Recital Hall.

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Devils sail past Lakers

The women's basketball team kept itself in position for the opportunity to host a home playoff game -- or earn a bye -- with a 75-54 win over Oswego on Friday evening. The Devils improve to 9-4 in the conference and 14-6 overall.

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Mason & Wigdahl-Perry receive NY Sea Grant

Chemistry / Biochemistry Professor Sherri Mason and Biology Professor Courtney Wigdahl-Perry received a multiyear New York Sea Grant award for plastic pollution research in Lake Erie.

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Business students named finalists in 2016 CFA Research Challenge of WNY

Five students participating as a team have earned a spot as one of the six finalists in the 2016 CFA Research Challenge of Western New York. The group is advised by Dr. Taihyeup Yi, and the final competition is slated for Feb. 15.

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Youth activist to promote campus movement building in Black History Month talk

Chicago-based black youth activist Charlene Carruthers will deliver a talk, “But no one is showing up to our events! Movement building on campus,” as part of Fredonia’s observance of Black History Month. The free talk is slated for Wednesday, Feb. 24, in Rosch Recital Hall.

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Fighting for equality: Linda Hill-MacDonald on her decades-long struggle for justice in women's sports

"Women need to support women," says Women's Basketball Coach Linda Hill-MacDonald, one of the WNBA's very first head coaches, "and coaches need to develop an appreciation for the history of their sports."

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Ethos to host residency by contemporary percussion/flute duo

Ethos New Music Society will bring A/B Duo, whose contemporary music has been described as “bouncy, strange, interesting and fun,” to Fredonia for a free public concert and lecture. The performance will be Friday, Feb. 12, 8 p.m., in Rosch, preceded by the lecture at 4 p.m. in 2019 Mason Hall.

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One-woman show highlights Marie Curie’s life, scientific triumphs:

The struggles and accomplishments of Madame Marie Curie, widely considered the world’s most famous female scientist, will come to life in the one-woman performance of “Manya: A Living History of Marie Curie” by Susan...
GO

Devils sail past Lakers:

The women's basketball team kept itself in position for the opportunity to host a home playoff game -- or earn a bye -- with a 75-54 win over Oswego on Friday evening. The Devils improve to 9-4 in the conference and 14-...
GO

Mason & Wigdahl-Perry receive NY Sea Grant:

Chemistry / Biochemistry Professor Sherri Mason and Biology Professor Courtney Wigdahl-Perry received a multiyear New York Sea Grant award for plastic pollution research in Lake Erie.
GO

Business students named finalists in 2016 CFA Research Challenge of WNY:

Five students participating as a team have earned a spot as one of the six finalists in the 2016 CFA Research Challenge of Western New York. The group is advised by Dr. Taihyeup Yi, and the final competition is slated...
GO

Youth activist to promote campus movement building in Black History Month talk:

Chicago-based black youth activist Charlene Carruthers will deliver a talk, “But no one is showing up to our events! Movement building on campus,” as part of Fredonia’s observance of Black History Month. The free talk...
GO

Fighting for equality: Linda Hill-MacDonald on her decades-long struggle for justice in women's sports :

"Women need to support women," says Women's Basketball Coach Linda Hill-MacDonald, one of the WNBA's very first head coaches, "and coaches need to develop an appreciation for the history of their sports."
GO

Ethos to host residency by contemporary percussion/flute duo:

Ethos New Music Society will bring A/B Duo, whose contemporary music has been described as “bouncy, strange, interesting and fun,” to Fredonia for a free public concert and lecture. The performance will be Friday, Feb....
GO