College Community Partnership for Racial Justice Reform Launch

By Cassandra Harris-Lockwood Utica- On Wednesday, Sept. 16, 12 noon in the MWPAI Auditorium The College/Community Partnership for Racial Justice Reform announced its multi-pronged program designed to provide resources for the community and local government...

Voices of Polonia: Kazimierz Czarnecki and Mary Jackson

Kazimierz Czarnecki and Mary Jackson—Worked Together on the Space Program at NASA By Ted Rajchel Background Kazimierz Czarnecki (engineer) was born in Poland in 1916.  He was a Polish aeronautics engineer, who worked for NACA, later NASA....

Hamilton College President Issues Statement Opposing Changes to Student & Scholar Visa Programs

Clinton, NY – Hamilton College President David Wippman joined with the presidents of the other New York Six Liberal Arts Consortium (NY6) member institutions in a statement opposing the changes to visa regulations for...

Clayville Pottery Sale to Benefit 4 Elements Studio

Utica, NY: Clayville Pottery will be hosting a special fundraising sale on Saturday, October 24th and Sunday, October 25th, to benefit 4 Element Studio. 30% of all sales will be donated to support 4 Elements Studio’s...

Haudenosaunee Storytelling Oct. 10

Oneida County History Center 1608 Genesee Street Utica, New York SCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10 at 11:30 am Haudenosaunee Storytelling Storytelling is an important component of Haudenosaunee culture. Oral traditions and legends have been passed from generation to...

MVCC Faculty SUNY Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence

Earlier this year, several Mohawk Valley Community College faculty and staff members received the prestigious SUNY Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence, system-wide recognition of their consistently exceptional professional achievement. Aaron Fried, associate professor and coordinator of...

Utica Zoo celebrates International Red Panda Weekend

Utica, NY – Red Pandas have become a favorite of Zoo visitors all over the world. The adorable animals have captured the hearts of millions on the internet, but they face very real threats...

A Very Special Tuesday in the Garden

By Cassandra Harris-Lockwood Tuesdays in the Linwood Place Garden are regularly very busy days. This past September 15, as usual, Garden Leader Erin Corrigan was there along with community gardener, Tru Lee, harvesting cilantro, marjoram,...

Senator Schumer Leads Charge to Attack Student Debt Crisis in 2021

Nearly 2.4 Million New Yorkers Owe $89.5 Billion In Federal Student Loans; Senator Says President Has Existing Executive Authority To Cancel Student Loan Debt Canceling Student Loan Debt Will Relieve A Huge Burden On NY’s...

Register for a Virtual Lecture On Union Station September 30th

Join Oneida County Historian Joseph P. Bottini for a virtual lecture to discover the history behind Utica’s Union Station. He will share details of the station’s history, construction, architectural features, and renovations. This free...
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