Three Decades Later, Geneseo Still Inspires
Dec12

Three Decades Later, Geneseo Still Inspires

Mike Mooney started his career coaching soccer in 1985 and figured it would be a short stay. He remains a fixture behind one of the top Division 3 athletic departments in the country. Mike Mooney planned to get his soccer coaching career off the ground at Geneseo and move on. Thirty-three years later, he’s mentored countless student-athletes and coaches while transforming the Knights into one of the premier programs in Division III...

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Video: How to Identify a Valuable Book
Dec12

Video: How to Identify a Valuable Book

What makes a book valuable? Joshua Mann ’03 and Sunday Steinkirchner ’03, owners of B&B Rare Books, dive into some key characteristics of rare and valuable...

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Video: Bringing Clean Water to Africa
Dec12

Video: Bringing Clean Water to Africa

Inspired by her experience teaching in Africa, Megan Renfro ’07 now devotes her career to H2o access there. Hear her speak about her experiences and her...

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Gallery: International Treasures
Dec12

Gallery: International Treasures

In 1969, Chris Walsh ’71 spent the summer in what was then Yugoslavia as a student ambassador as part of the College Ambassador Program. He lived with a family in Split and toured the country to learn about its culture. He was one of the first Geneseo students to study abroad. In appreciation, Walsh gave the College a silver Turkish coffee and sugar set from Sarajevo. He said it represented the many cultures of people who live in...

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International Treasures Bring Us Together
Dec12

International Treasures Bring Us Together

Milne Library’s special collections include mementos from some of the first Geneseo students who studied abroad. To view the full collection visit: scene.geneseo.edu/web-exclusives In 1969, Chris Walsh ’71 spent the summer in what was then Yugoslavia as a student ambassador. He lived with a family in Split and toured the country to learn about its culture. He remembers after news of the moon landing spread, people approached him to...

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