Pro Tips for Better Athletic Photos
Nov27

Pro Tips for Better Athletic Photos

Geneseo’s award-winning photographer Keith Walters ’11 has learned a few key things over the past eight years that he’s photographed hundreds of athletic events and players. See his photo gallery of favorite shots that illustrate his best tips for getting better photos, whether of your kids or friends on the field — and off. And, read his full story. Photo by Keith Walters ’11

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Video: Learn Helpful American Sign Language Words
Nov27

Video: Learn Helpful American Sign Language Words

As of fall 2019, Geneseo students can take American Sign Language to fulfill foreign language requirements for graduation. Stephanie Pearl ’19, a member of the student club Gestures: Organization for Deaf Awareness, shares with us helpful signs to get anyone...

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Your Guide to the Good Shots
Nov26

Your Guide to the Good Shots

Our award-winning photographer shares tips on taking images you’ll want to keep. See Keith’s gallery of favorite  athletic photos to illustrate the tips. With fall sports underway, many Geneseo alumni hope to make memorable photographs of their children and friends competing. As the College’s lead photographer, I’ve learned a few key things during the past eight years of photographing athletic events that help me better tell a...

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Making Everyday Life, Art
Mar14

Making Everyday Life, Art

Zach Motl ’07 skyrocketed his design career when he transformed his tiny room into a stylish house. Now he creates living spaces that can always evolve. Zach Motl ’07 arrived at Geneseo as a musical theater major with plans to launch an acting career after graduation. But after taking a sculpture class his junior year, his passion shifted to the visual arts.  Outside of class, Motl experimented with interior design by...

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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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