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Friday Weekend Preview:

Open Skate! If you’re looking for something to do Friday the Marano Campus Center arena is having open skate on Friday 9/8/17 from 11:30am-1:30pm. Admission is free to students and staff with a student ID and skate rentals is $3.   Grit N’ Whit Friday, September 8th 3:00-4:00pm outside of Lee Hall This exciting new event is brought to you by the Fitness Centers. If you have ever seen an Iron Man or Spartan race, it’s similar to that but toned down a lot. Another cool part is that  ...

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Wednesday Hump Day: Bystander Intervention Training

Image: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/16/Bystander_effect.jpg   Have you ever seen something happen, but weren’t sure how to stop it? Maybe you thought that someone else would do it, or just thought it wasn’t your problem or that they could handle it. Bystander intervention training can help people learn how to prevent these misconceptions. An active bystander is someone who witnesses a event and tries to take the steps to stop it. Don’t wait for someone  ...

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Tuesday Recipe: Stride to Save Lives

  Stride to SAVE Lives Join the Oswego community on Saturday, September 30th for the 7th annual Stride to Save Lives 5K Fun Run and Walk. This is recognized as one of the most moving events of the year. It brings people who have lost loved ones to suicide together and provides families, friends and community members with support. The Stride to SAVE Lives event will be raising money in order to help prevent any more losses from suicide through a few different ways. One way is through  ...

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Mastering Monday: Open Mic

Open Mic Night- The Lifestyles Center Classic https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/35/BSPC_19_i_Nyborg_Danmark_2009_%284%29.jpg Open Mic Night- The Lifestyles Center’s best known event has returned. This Thursday night event has become a weekly ritual for many students here at SUNY Oswego. What accounts for its success? Maybe it’s the welcoming environment created by the audience and the peer educator-hosts. Maybe it’s the varying talent discovered each week. Or maybe it’s the  ...

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