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S’no Place Like Keuka College

Following this week’s snowstorm, students shovel out a popular alumna so she can attend an on-campus snowball fight.

Keuka College Receives $500,000 Grant from the 
Fred L. Emerson Foundation

The grant will endow the Fred L. Emerson Scholarship.

Five Keuka College Students Take Part in Annual Believe Conference

Senior Destinea Wright-Perkins "gained a better understanding of how to discuss often-uncomfortable topics," which will help guide her career decisions.

Dr. Bradley Fuster Appointed Keuka College Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs

The veteran administrator has amassed an impressive track record while serving in the position on an interim basis.

Live, from Vietnam, it’s Keuka College International Studies!

College students from two continents learned about one another during an interactive, international class.

Harley Carter ’17 and Kaitlyn Carhart Bring Wealth of Knowledge to Office of Development

This dynamic duo aims to connect alumni and students, build on tradition, and embrace the Keuka College spirit.

Keuka College Took Dan Carlson M’14 from Policing to Teaching

The former Rochester City police officer is now a college educator, thanks to the College's master’s in Criminal Justice Administration program.

Keuka College ‘Was One of the Greatest Decisions I ever Made for Myself’

Stephanie Patrick ’16 says the College’s AOE program in Management “really changed my life.”

Renee Senn ’17: ‘I’m Where I Am Today Because of Keuka College’

The Organizational Management major says her degree helped her “educationally and financially.”

‘My Keuka College Degree was Valued and Respected’

Her career has taken Angie Laursen Burd ’09 ’M19 to health care facilities from Penn Yan to Rochester – via Oklahoma.

Sam Laranjo Named NEAC Player of the Week

The Keuka College Women’s Basketball standout poured in 36 points against D’Youville.

Driving up Interest in Keuka College’s D.R.I.V.E. Program

Members of the program recently took part in a college fair held for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Keuka College’s Annual Winter Concert is Dec. 7

The College’s band and chorale will perform.

Five Keuka College Golfers Named Academic All-Conference

The players were honored by the Northeast Women’s Golf Conference.

Annie Stull ’20 and Jessica Rodriguez ’21 Bring the Spirit of Thanksgiving to Residents of Penn Yan Manor

The Keuka College student senators held a card-signing event to brighten the residents’ day.

Keuka College’s Marital Sideline Attracts National Interest

"The Atlantic" magazine showcases the College’s “charming campus landmark,” Norton Chapel, and its success as a wedding venue.

Keuka College Alum Offers 3D Answer to Medical Challenge

Aaron Rydzynski ’16 demonstrates the 3D technology that may one day create prosthetic limbs.

College Presentation to Focus on ‘Invisible People’

Several campus organizations are behind a Nov. 13 presentation on homelessness.

Keuka College Athletes Being Lauded

The honors have been coming in fast and furious for student-athletes in a variety of sports.

Keuka College Art Show Highlights Local Artists

The installation, "Concealing & Revealing: An Artistic Duet," runs through Dec. 15.

On gun violence, ‘it doesn’t have to be this way’

In the wake of a mass shooting that claimed the life of a 2017 Keuka College graduate, lawmakers must finally act.

Don’t let emotion dictate changes to state bail policy

There is sufficient direction for judges to decide bail under current law, argues Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Richard Martin, Ph.D., in an expert essay.

Is There Blue-Green Algae in Keuka Lake?

Dr. Tim Sellers, associate provost and professor of biology and environmental science, sets the record straight on blue-green algae.

Teaching the Supreme Court

Dr. Angela Narasimhan, assistant professor of political science, hopes to use the latest Supreme Court controversy as an opportunity to teach her students about the "tug-of-war" that is our political system.

Extreme Increases to Minimum Wage Could Have Unintended Consequences

Ann Tuttle, professor of management, offers her opinion on the implications of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's decision to raise the minimum wage for state workers to $15 per hour. 

What Would Justice in Garrett Chapel Vandalism Look Like?

Dr. Janine Bower, associate professor of criminology and criminal justice, explores the recent Garrett Chapel vandalism.

Discover Women's History

Throughout Women’s History Month, Keuka College is celebrating the women – past and present – whose dedication, accomplishments, and influence have contributed to the College’s legacy. Explore our stories below.

The President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll
New York College of Distinction
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National College of Distinction
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