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Survey ranks Village of Fredonia a top college town

Roger Coda

The home of the State University of New York at Fredonia ranked second – a notch above Ithaca, home of an Ivy League school – among the 10 best college towns in the Northeast, according to a 2022 survey compiled by RentCafe.

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Greek Life students conduct successful village cleanup

Roger Coda

About 100 students – all members of Greek organizations at SUNY Fredonia – literally made a clean sweep of downtown Fredonia and surrounding areas, gathering trash and litter along streets on Sunday morning, May 8.

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Public Relations major Richards receives SUNY McConney award

Roger Coda

Aliah Richards, a senior Communication: Public Relations major from Queens, is one of 45 students from throughout the State University of New York selected to receive its Norman R. McConney Jr. Award for Student Excellence.

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Food Truck Thursday returns to campus

Roger Coda

There’ll be a dramatic surge in on-campus dining options with the return of Food Truck Thursday, with four vendors setting up in the Jewett Hall parking lot on Thursday, April 28, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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Focus groups seek input from students

Roger Coda

“Your voice matters.” That’s the philosophy of the Department of Student Engagement and Inclusion in issuing a call for students to serve on focus groups that address needs and concerns so they will be better served at SUNY Fredonia.

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Spring Formal set in Williams Center

Roger Coda

A Spring Formal, with the theme “Step into Wonderland,” will be held in the Williams Center Multipurpose Room on Saturday, April 2. It comes on the heels of last semester’s overwhelmingly successful prom at Hemingway Hall.

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Women defying inequality topic of Zoom presentation

Roger Coda

A motivating journey into defying inequality will be shared by Dr. Tracy P. Johnson, who is vice chancellor of Student Wellness and Support at Dallas College, via Zoom on Tuesday, March 22, at 7 p.m.

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Student shares personal story in collecting donations for Ukraine

Roger Coda

“My heart’s there in Ukraine, but I can’t be there to help, so I want to do all that I can. I can’t imagine what my family and friends are going through right now.” That’s the driving force behind the humanitarian aid campaign Christina Witters, a junior Biology major from Rochester, N.Y., is conducting at SUNY Fredonia to support Ukrainians.

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