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Cli-fi novelist Allegra Hyde to give public reading

Marketing and Communications staff

Allegra Hyde, author of the cli-fi (climate fiction) novel “Eleutheria,” will give a public reading in Rosch Recital Hall on Thursday, Sept. 29 for the Mary Louise White Visiting Writers Series.

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Fredonia introduces new B.A. in Writing degree

Roger Coda

The Department of English at SUNY Fredonia is launching an innovative B.A. in Writing this fall that blends critical, professional and creative writing into a single undergraduate program that offers strong career readiness skills for students.

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Herren to return to campus to talk about 'The First Day'

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Chris Herren, former NCAA and NBA basketball player and star of the ESPN 30 for 30 Movie “Unguarded,” makes his return to Chautauqua County when he appears at a free event to talk about his latest film project, "The First Day,” Wednesday, Sept. 14 at 7 p.m.

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Six eclectic historic displays open at Reed Library

Roger Coda

What do a publicity photograph of ʼ70s punk rockers, The Ramones, the cornerstone box from the original Fredonia Academy building, correspondence of acclaimed author Stefan Zweig, photographs of Buffalo Bills players signing autographs, a far different look at the Reed Library interior and postcards of local scenes from the turn of the 20th century have in common?

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Hildebrand lecture to examine BLM link to civil rights campaigns

Roger Coda

“Voting Rights: Identifying the Deep Roots of #BLM,” a lecture by Department of History Associate Professor Jennifer Hildebrand, will be presented as part of the Constitution Day observance at SUNY Fredonia on Wednesday, Sept. 14.

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Computer and Information Sciences hosts summer camp

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Liberty Partnership students from Olean Middle School and Gowanda Middle School attended “Computer Science Summer Camp” in August at the SUNY Fredonia Department of Computer and Information Sciences.

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Stroke and head injury support group resumes this month

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The Henry C. Youngerman Center for Communication Disorders at SUNY Fredonia will resume offering support group meetings for stroke and head injury survivors and family members during the fall semester.

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