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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Photo Gallery: Sports Announcer Mark Fratto ’99
Jul08

Photo Gallery: Sports Announcer Mark Fratto ’99

Sports announcer Mark Fratto ’99 introduces athletes and competition from Madison Square Garden to Vegas. He shares photos from his career:

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Photo Gallery: Big Names on Campus
Mar14

Photo Gallery: Big Names on Campus

Some of entertainment’s most beloved artists performed at Geneseo. Students who helped book them remember the experiences. Click on the photo to go to the main gallery.

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Photo Gallery: GENseng
Mar14

Photo Gallery: GENseng

GENseng, Geneseo’s Asian American Performance Ensemble, celebrates 20 years of enriching the lives of hundreds of alumni and current students. View a photo album of posters from past performances, and on-stage photos.

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Geneseo’s Power of Place: 360-degree images
Dec11

Geneseo’s Power of Place: 360-degree images

Geneseo’s power of place stays with students, alumni, faculty and staff. Explore some of our beloved places with this 360-degree photo gallery by Keith Walters ’11.

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Gallery: Study Abroad Photo Contest Winners
Dec11

Gallery: Study Abroad Photo Contest Winners

Geneseo students first started studying and living abroad more than 40 years ago. Now, some 40 percent of all Geneseo students will learn internationally before they graduate, choosing from more than 600 programs, with more than 50 led by Geneseo faculty. The annual photo contest — sponsored by the Study Abroad Office, the Geneseo Scene, and Campus Auxiliary Services — celebrates the moments big and small that make up such journeys,...

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Gallery: International Treasures
Dec11

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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Who am I? Look Here.
Nov05

Who am I? Look Here.

Students covered their books before tech. Now, stickers tell the story. Sophomore political science major Ellie Bain ’21 studies in the lower level of Milne Library. On her laptop are clusters of stickers — of wooden spoons and a whisk, which show her love of baking. Beside them are images of The Beatles’ “Abbey Road” and Jim Halpert and Dwight Schrute from the TV show “The Office,” boasting that it has been “6 days since our last...

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Gallery: Old Friends, Newly Reunited
Nov04

Gallery: Old Friends, Newly Reunited

In our winter 2018 issue that highlights the sense of community Geneseo fosters, we featured alumni who made lifelong friendships at the College, who treasure them through the years. We invited alumni to submit images of their friendships and reunions. Submit yours at scene@geneseo.edu. (Click on the image to see the entire gallery.)

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Old Friends, Newly Reunited
Aug15

Old Friends, Newly Reunited

Geneseo friends are friends for life. We celebrate “sisters and brothers” who stay together.  Still running Twelve years ago, Karen Merrill Livingston ’08 moved into a house at 25 South Street in Geneseo with eight friends from the cross-country and track teams. Though they aspired to different careers, they trained and competed, talked over dinner and then studied in the library together every day. “We became family,”...

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