Making Time to Make a Difference
Mar14

Making Time to Make a Difference

Read and watch multimedia about the Biloxi trip with Dan Martin ’16. Daniel Martin’ 16 is building his career and volunteer skills. What he’s learned helps us find our niche and carve time to make a difference. When Superstorm Sandy hit New York City and Long Island in 2012, Daniel Martin ’16 rushed to help clear debris and start the rebuilding effort. Several of his classmates and their families were impacted by the...

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Video: Teddy Bear toss
Mar13

Video: Teddy Bear toss

Our “Looking In” photo spread for Spring 2019 featured the 8th annual Teddy Bear Toss hosted by the Ice Knights. Geneseo fans donated 655 stuffed toys that found new homes with children in need in Livingston County. Watch the moments after the Knights scored their first goal and the stuffed animals went...

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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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Finding ‘Place’ in Unexpected Places
Dec11

Finding ‘Place’ in Unexpected Places

Helping residents in Puerto Rico Reminds Us What Home and Belonging Really Are. Danny stood on the curb waiting for us every day in front of his hurricane-ravaged house in Puerto Rico as we arrived to help him rebuild.  His residence outside of Carolina City was among thousands all but destroyed by Hurricane Maria in the fall of 2017, and Geneseo alumnus Dan Martin ’16 and I led a group of seven Geneseo students last May.  The...

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Beyond the Red Pin.
Dec11

Beyond the Red Pin.

The power of place thrives at Geneseo. Thanks to Danish inventor, designer and software developer Jens Rasmussen, finding places has never been easier. A searcher simply types in the name or GPS coordinates of any destination, and the ubiquitous red Google Maps pin that Jens designed (or a close variation) precisely marks the location. The pin, however, tells only part of the story. It doesn’t reveal the power of place, the impact...

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