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A discussion led by two Department of Communication faculty members that explores the media and presidential campaigns, the opportunity to become a poll worker and a post-election wrap-up conversation are three ways students can become engaged in the general election process through the campus’ American Democracy Project (ADP).

“Fredonia Faces,” a unique digital art project hosted by Tau Sigma, the national honor society for transfer students, a two-part virtual workshop put on by the Career Development Office (CDO) and a re-energized Transfer Student Organization at Fredonia will mark the campus’ inaugural observance of National Transfer Student Week from Oct. 19 to 23.

A virtual faculty recital featuring two members of the Fredonia School of Music will be livestreamed on Sunday, Oct. 25, at 2 p.m.

Twelve finalists and a record 22 Fellows were selected from the largest pool of applicants – and one of the most talented – in the Claudette Sorel Piano Competition and Piano Fellows Program hosted by the Fredonia School of Music.

The Dance area of the Department of Theatre and Dance has created a new and exciting opportunity for students in the department to showcase their choreographic chops at the Informal Choreography Showing.

Positive COVID-19 cases on campus remain phenomenally low

Positive COVID-19 cases on campus remain phenomenally low

Oct 15 2020 - 10:54amRoger Coda

More students than ever are being tested for COVID-19 at Fredonia, but the number of positive cases is not increasing. In fact, it’s not even budging. There were no positives among 375 students tested on Friday, Oct. 9, the most recent testing day.

Department of Geology and Environmental Sciences Assistant Professor Wentao Cao has been appointed an associate editor of the journals Lithosphere and Geochemistry.

Parker Dickinson, a senior Biochemistry major from Horseheads, has been named Resident Assistant of the Month by the Residence Life Student Recognition Committee.

School of Music Assistant Professor Leonidas Lagrimas will return as an event co-chair at the New York State Music Teachers Association (NYSMTA) Symposium, which will be held virtually on Saturday, Oct. 17.