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Students, Alumni Do Business in New York City
A new career networking opportunity for students brought 40 Red Dragons together in New York City.
Honorary Degrees Recognize Two Former Campus Scholars
John P. Allegrante ’74 and Helen F. Giles-Gee, a former SUNY Cortland dean, will receive honorary doctoral degrees at Undergraduate Commencement.
Successful Grad Shares TV Spotlight with Student
Fashion expert Jené Lupoli Luciani ’99 recently included a SUNY Cortland student during her appearances on NBC’s “Today Show” and “The Meredith Vieira Show.”
Ignite Spotlight: Career Change Brings 2010 Grad Back to Cortland
The bright lights of Manhattan and a career in music first captivated Lauren Zuber ’10 but philanthropy ultimately steered her career aspirations.
Student Climber Rescues Trapped Dog
A SUNY Cortland outdoor recreation major received plenty of news attention in March after he navigated a narrow rock crevice to rescue a trapped dog.
Alumna to Deliver Student Research Keynote
Diane L. Gill ’70, a kinesiology professor at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG), delivers the keynote address at SUNY Cortland’s student research showcase.
Red Dragon Leads Improbable NCAA Run
Nate Leaman ’97, a former men’s ice hockey captain and 2014 C-Club Hall of Fame inductee, led Providence College to the Division I hockey crown.
Association to Honor Six Graduates During Reunion
Six graduates will receive the Alumni Association’s highest honors at Reunion.
Welcome Class of 2015
Graduating members of the Class of 2015 should register their Red Dragon Network account by May 8.
Ignite Spotlight: Young Alum Plans ‘Big Event’ for Cortland Community
The student-led day of community service on Saturday, May 2, hopes to attract local alumni volunteers.
Alumnus Picked to Lead Southeastern Conference
Greg Sankey ’87, who visited campus in the fall, has been named commissioner of the SEC, one of the most successful athletic conferences in the U.S.
Meet the New Parks Alumni House General Manager
Christopher Smyth has handled the needs of Tom Hanks, Mariah Carey and former U.S. President Gerald Ford. Now he’s running the Lynne Parks ’68 SUNY Cortland Alumni House.
Peter A. DiNardo ’68 Joins Academic Hall of Fame
DiNardo ’68, who helped shape the modern practice of psychology, became the College’s 14th inductee.
Alumnus Writes, Produces Hit TV Show
This month’s California reunions proved alumni are doing great things on the west coast. They include Scott Williams ’82, a writer and producer for the hit crime drama “NCIS.”
Campus Concerts Draw Big Names Through the Decades
Do you remember when these music acts performed at SUNY Cortland?
Outcomes Define Educator’s Success
Adapted physical education teacher seeks results over recognition.
Ignite Spotlight: Grad Finds Purpose on Kilimanjaro
Dog inspires Ayden Wilber ’13 to climb Africa’s highest peak.
Student Life Center Opens Its Doors
Crowds run, climb, play, eat and more in new building.
A Half Century of Antlers, Hoxie Gorge
Two College wilderness facilities turn 50 this year.
Share Your Good News, Class Notes Submissions Online
Are you itching to know which classmates recently tied the knot, or to share the announcement of your recent job promotion?
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