Photo Essay: A Year of Creativity and Community
Jul06

Photo Essay: A Year of Creativity and Community

In March 2020, everyday life was put on hold, worldwide. Our Geneseo community, which thrives when we are together, was forced apart. In the months following, shrouded in uncertainty and without a blueprint to navigate, Geneseo leaned on the foundation of liberal arts thinking — creativity, problem-solving and innovation — to bring life back to campus in the midst of the pandemic. View our exclusive Scene photo essay (linked and...

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VIDEOS: Study Abroad Experiences
Feb23

VIDEOS: Study Abroad Experiences

Chile, Canada, New Zealand and beyond. Geneseo students can choose from more than 65 study abroad opportunities that provide experiential learning, immersion in other cultures and academics. Watch as students share how study abroad impacted their undergraduate experiences — and visit our entire playlist to watch stories from abroad here.

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VIDEO: Around the World with Kristina Sym ’07
Feb23

VIDEO: Around the World with Kristina Sym ’07

Kristina Sym ’07 recently spent a year traveling around the world. Hear about her journey and let’s start thinking forward to where we can go!

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VIDEO EXTRA: Knight Light On: Rahama Wright ’02
Feb23

VIDEO EXTRA: Knight Light On: Rahama Wright ’02

Rahama Wright ’02 is one of 310 Geneseo alumni who have served in the Peace Corps since its inception in 1961. She volunteered in a small town in Mali right after graduation and has since created the successful Shea Yeleen, a natural skincare, social impact company that works with women’s cooperatives in West Africa. Hear more about her work and her philosophy:

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VIDEO: Muons Over Letchworth
Nov16

VIDEO: Muons Over Letchworth

Geneseo faculty and students placed muon detectors at Letchworth State Park to show how – muons – a subatomic particle interacts with us, every second. Watch a video about the community engagement project:

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VIDEO: Shana Lydon ’98 and the Bicycle Boom
Nov14

VIDEO: Shana Lydon ’98 and the Bicycle Boom

Sometimes finding joy can be as simple as riding a bicycle. Since March, amidst the novel coronavirus challenges, people seeking adventure, family activity outside or alternative transportation have created a boom for bicycle sales and riding. Shana Lydon ’98 is part owner the manager of Full Moon Vista, a full-circle bicycle shop in Rochester, N.Y., shares some insight and tips on finding the best bike for you.

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VIDEO: Hear from our Fulbright recipients
Nov14

VIDEO: Hear from our Fulbright recipients

The U.S. Student Fulbright award is one of the most competitive and prestigious fellowships in the world. Geneseo holds a remarkable distinction: For the past three years, the College has been named a Top Producer of Student Fulbright awards and was the first SUNY institution to be named a Top Producer. We have created a landing page of all of our videos made with Fulbright winners (go.geneseo.edu/fulbright )— see and hear about their...

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Video: Ambassador Nawang Sherpa ’20
Jul15

Video: Ambassador Nawang Sherpa ’20

Nawang Sherpa ’20 struggled during his first year at Geneseo. It inspired him to explore his roots as a Sherpa-American and help other first-generation, Sherpa-Americans be introduced to and prepare for college. As the 2019 John A. ’87 and Mary Grace ’84 Gleason Ambassador in Student Affairs, Sherpa designed a three-part, immersive project in Nepal, Queens, N.Y., and...

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Video: Reconstructing Fashion
Jul13

Video: Reconstructing Fashion

Katherine Andersen ’19 spent an entire semester creating and constructing a wearable historical traveling gown, inspired by a museum visit while studying abroad in the Netherlands. Bonita Bauter Stubblefield ’82, lecturer in theatre and dance, theatre costume designer, mentors students like Andersen who wish to learn to create costumes. She says she the beauty of students is that they are new to the field and have...

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Video: Apart, Together, One Knight
Jul13

Video: Apart, Together, One Knight

Members of the Geneseo family reached out and offered support during the pandemic last spring— from Geneseo faculty quickly adapting to remote learning, to members of Geneseo First Response offering assistance in hard-hit Rockland County in New York, to students volunteering at home or online. “This is exactly the character and spirit of our students, faculty, staff and alumni, to address needs and be responsive,” says Garth Freeman,...

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