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  Issue Number 18 • Monday, May 23, 2011  

Cross Donnalyn

Campus Champion

Consistency takes its shape in Donnalyn Cross, a senior second baseman on SUNY Cortland’s softball team. Throughout her career, the Binghamton, N.Y. native has consistently rewritten the softball record book. The program’s career leader in hits, triples and stolen bases, Cross owns three SUNYAC Player of the Year honors to go along with two first-team All-America selections. On May 9, she was named the C-Club Female Senior Athlete of the Year. SUNY Cortland’s current 39-3-1 mark is the result of solid play across the diamond. Cross, a team captain, is simply the team’s toughest out.

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See you there!

Monday, May 23

Diversity Institute: “Summer Institute for Infusing Diversity and Multiculturalism into the Curriculum and Professional Service,” Old Main, Room G-12. Runs through Wednesday, May 25.


Wednesday, May 25

Summer Session classes begin


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College Earns Distinction for Community Service

SUNY Cortland recently won special recognition for its community engagement from the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll by being named to the Honor Roll with Distinction for the first time. read more


University Officers Honored for Heroic Rescue

Two university police officers will be recognized with a national award for administering CPR to a non-responsive person. read more



Capture the Moment

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Ron Pleban, a sociology major from Oneonta, N.Y., hugs the Rev. Vicki Johnson, chaplain of SUNY Cortland’s Interfaith Center, during the morning session of the College’s 2011 Commencement. Approximately 1,300 graduating seniors received their degrees during two separate ceremonies held on Saturday, May 21, at Park Center Alumni Arena.


In Other News

Half-Century Grads Walk at Commencement

ASC Dinner Wins Top National Honor

Students Trade Governments

Summer Session I Classes Begin May 25 on Campus

College Temporarily Relocates Miller Building Offices

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People on the Move

Sheila Dai Retires from Counseling Center

Mary Ware to Retire from College


Faculty/Staff Activities

Ji-Ryun Kim and John Foley had their research published in the Korean Journal of Special Education. read more

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