The roundtable discussion is a first step for SUNY Cortland’s new Community News Project.
Historian Laura Gathagan will discuss European women’s impressive power a millennium ago.
The survey will help inform the university’s Comprehensive Communications Committee.
Students and staff can help combat world hunger and register for the 29th annual Cortland CROP Hunger Walk.
Washington Monthly and U.S. News rate the university among the best in several categories.
Expect ghosts and good times in this lighthearted lead-up to Halloween at the Dowd Fine Arts Center.
A visit to a local corn maze is a chance for some fall fun and to outdo Ithaca ahead of the big game.
The summary of activities from the past year is sent to SUNY leadership.
SUNY Cortland’s ‘Forever Wild’ history program has earned a fifth round of NEH funding.
Campus events include a talk by award-winning author Esmeralda Santiago on Monday, Oct. 2.