Columns available online

Columns available online

01/28/2020 

You don’t need a SUNY Cortland diploma to enjoy SUNY Cortland’s alumni magazine.

Faculty, staff and students will all find something of interest in the Winter edition of Columns, available online now.

Features in the current issue include:

Cortaca Jug 2019 – Comprehensive coverage of the MetLife Stadium event that officially made Cortaca “The Biggest Little Game in the Nation.”

The fastest 46ers — A pair of Red Dragons climbed all of the Adirondacks’ tallest peaks in a single, record-breaking hike.

Tomb Ryder — Erin Ryder ’02 travels the globe in search of ghosts, monsters and adventure.

Battling Parkinson’s — Alumni, faculty and students partner to help people who suffer from this devastating disease.

A millionaire’s miracles — We remember John Fantauzzi ’58, M ’60, whose incredible generosity changed the lives of scores of students.

The Campaign for Cortland — The Cortland College Foundation launched a $25 million comprehensive campaign to support key institutional priorities. Are you All In?


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SUNY Cortland hosts second TransAction conference

SUNY Cortland hosts second TransAction conference

Writer and actor Maybe Burke will deliver the keynote address.


A unique coming-of-age tale comes to SUNY Cortland stage

A unique coming-of-age tale comes to SUNY Cortland stage

“The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” opens on Feb. 27.


Virginia Tech massacre survivor to speak

Virginia Tech massacre survivor to speak

Lisa Hamp will share her insights on coping with tragedy and regaining health.


SUNY Cortland hosting Black liberation activists

SUNY Cortland hosting Black liberation activists

Members of the Black Panther Party will speak on their experiences on Feb. 17.


Panel to analyze issues faced by black athletes

Panel to analyze issues faced by black athletes

Kristine Newhall will lead a discussion regarding exploitation in sports. 


Bernie Sanders’ economic advisor to speak

Bernie Sanders’ economic advisor to speak

Economist Stephanie Kelton will discuss modern monetary theory. 


11th Conference on Diversity planned

11th Conference on Diversity planned

An alumna who fostered diversity at SUNY Cortland will speak April 18.


Students, faculty distributing Valentine's V-Cards

Students, faculty distributing Valentine's V-Cards

The message combats sexual myths and underlines affirmative consent in decision-making.


Wetter to head Title IX Office

Wetter to head Title IX Office

The new SUNY Cortland Title IX coordinator brings experience to her role.


Red Dragon earns a Super Bowl ring

Red Dragon earns a Super Bowl ring

Mitch Reynolds ’10 helped get the Kansas City Chiefs to the Super Bowl — literally.