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Bringing Keuka College values to the 'real world'

Commencement speaker Stephanie Miner, mayor of Syracuse, tells graduates to live out their alma mater’s motto

‘You never know where you’re going to end up’

For Carolyn McLaughlin ’76, seeds planted at Keuka College may blossom in the Albany, N.Y., mayor’s office.

Interfaith Youth Core founder and President Eboo Patel takes questions from Keuka College students Friday, May 5, prior to delivering the 29th Annual Carl and Fanny Fribolin Lecture.

Fribolin Fest: Keuka College celebrates social justice

Interfaith leader Eboo Patel speaks to a full house at Norton Chapel

Life stories, life lessons

This year's "Who is Penn Yan?" project flips the script.

Michelle Raeman honored as outstanding student

Ontario County resident Michelle Raeman – a postgraduate student at Keuka College – was honored at the Rochester Area Colleges Continuing Education (RACCE) annual banquet April 12 at the DoubleTree Hotel in Henrietta.

The Canandaigua resident was named a 2017 recipient of the Outstanding Adult Student Award.

The award is given to students who exemplify a strong commitment to higher education despite the unique challenges adult learners face.

A Bookless Book for Education Students

Lifelong Educator Dr. Debra Dyer talks with us about an interactive textbook she wrote that's changing the way students learn about early childhood education.

FIRST Things First

Robert Stanley ’14 leads his school’s FIRST Robotics Team to the regional title. Next up: The world championships in St. Louis

The 2017 Fribolin Fest

Fribolin Fest 2017 is Friday, May 5 and honors Keuka College's Crusaders for Social Justice. Join us!

Donations to Tanzanian School will have Lasting Impact

The Center for Professional Studies donated laptops and t-shirts to the school.

Founding Futurism

How Jolene Creighton '08 went from the English department at Keuka College to leading one of the world's best science news sites.

Keuka College VP Earns Lifetime Achievement Award from Business Groups

Vice President for Finance and Administration Jerry Hiller has been named the recipient of this year’s Lifetime Achievement Award from the Rochester Chapter of Financial Executives International and the Rochester Business Journal.

Helping Those Who Need it Most

Working with others leads to Upperclassman Experiential Learner of the Year Award.

A World of Inquiry

Field Period® offers freshman Angelina Champagne
a chance to preview her career choice.

The Annual Haiti Benefit Auction is Focus of Next Community Luncheon Series

The auction aims to better the lives of underprivileged Haitians.

Fribolin Fest: King, Roosevelt sculptures unveiled

Celebration of social justice includes historical commemoration.

Four Upperclassman Vie for Upperclassman Experiential Learner of the Year

The nominees gained confidence, confirmed career aspirations, and help those in need.

Four Freshmen Vie for Freshmen Experiential Learner of the Year Award

The nominees confirm career choices, learn be part of someone's first day of life, and helped share ideas. 

Queen E. Lane named Outstanding Adult Student

Onondaga County resident Queen E. Lane – a postgraduate student at Keuka College – was honored at the Rochester Area Colleges Continuing Education (RACCE) annual banquet April 12 at the DoubleTree Hotel in Henrietta.

The Nedrow resident was named a 2017 recipient of the Outstanding Adult Student Award.

The award is given to students who exemplify a strong commitment to higher education despite the unique challenges adult learners face.

Tanya Baker honored as outstanding student

The graduate student received her award at the Rochester Area Colleges Continuing Education banquet.

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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