Being a SUNY Cortland history student means you will learn what makes people tick. Sure, most of them are dead, but the dead tell some fantastic stories. Are you ready to listen?
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History faculty and majors showed their theatrical talents when together they performed historic one acts for SUNY Cortland’s Transformations.
Twenty students and faculty kayaked, canoed and paddle boarded at Camp Huntington in Raquette Lake during the department’s annual student-faculty retreat.
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