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Bryce Bush Goes West For Field Period®

The freshman saddled up for a month on a Colorado cattle ranch. 

Hannah Wilke with some of the items she collected for the homeless.

Helping the Homeless Get a ‘Second Wind’

Hannah Wilke helps those in need “understand they are valuable.”

Keuka College unearths ’63 MLK speech

A recording of the baccalaureate address given by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.  will be broadcast at a public listening event next month

Confidence in the Corps

Lois Washburn Corey ’46 joined the Cadet Nurse Corps, and helped relieve the nursing shortage during World War II.

The story behind that Moravian Star

Keuka College interim CFO Jeff Heckman hangs a Moravian Star in his office window during the holidays. Behind it lies not only religious history but family history.

Lifelong Learner, Lifelong Teacher

Terry Test ’73 continues to be impressed with Keuka College, and the experiences it provides students.

Finding Out Who is Penn Yan

A group of Keuka College students interview residents at Clinton Crest Manor

100 years of women’s suffrage in New York – and a Keuka College connection

Women got the vote in New York on Nov. 6, 1917 – with a little help from a College-related family.

An unending inspiration

The late Dr. Elaine O. Lees ’68 is honored with the Keuka College Alumni Association Inspiration Award.

Kindness, leadership and a love story

Longtime Keuka College champions the late Beverly Nessel Au ’51 and Dr. William Y.W. Au ’51 received this year’s Evelyn Zill Diehl ’51 Philanthropic Heritage Award.

After a lifetime apart, Keuka College alumna united with brother

A Class of '79 Nursing major connects with a family member she never knew she had.

Message from the President About the Flooding of Allen Hall

I want all of our students to know that although many of you are not here on campus right now, we are here for you.

110 years and counting

A local club marks its 110th anniversary with a Keuka College luncheon.

Dr. Beth Jordan Appointed to National Occupational Therapy Committee

Dr. Jordan will assist in developing the national certification exam.

Should corporations practice social responsibility?

Absolutely, says Dr. Michael Paz, and he’ll make his case Dec. 6 as part of the Provost’s Lecture Series.

Keuka College’s Winter Concert Set for Dec. 3

Concert will feature the chorale, band, and select soloists.

Keuka College to add Track and Field

Both Men's and Women's squads will begin competing in the spring of 2019.

Yes We Must Coalition receives 3-year grant

Keuka College is a member of the Coalition, which seeks to boost college graduation rates among low-income students.

Learning and Living Down Under

Vanessa Tsarevich extends her comfort zone by nearly 10,000 miles.

Keuka College unveils new scholarships for adult learners

Packages are available for new students in the Nursing and Management programs beginning in 2018.

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.

President Díaz-Herrera responds to DACA decision

"Without swift, strong legislation, we face the prospect of seeing the eventual deportation of hundreds of thousands of young people."

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.

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