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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.

Friends and family

Lots of Keuka College roommates become friends for life. The Schlicht and Tucker families took it one step further.

Keuka College Unveils Unprecedented ‘Next 125’ $30 Million Campaign

Officials announced the largest campaign in College history at a gala kicking off the annual Green & Gold Celebration Weekend.

Taking the pulse of the Keuka Lake Watershed

Associate Professor of Biology Dr. Mark Sugalski leads seasonal studies at strategic locations in Penn Yan, Hammondsport and Branchport.

Improving communication in the Deaf community

ASL Fingerspelling gets a much-needed training overhaul from Associate Professor of American Sign Language Dr. Brian Cerney.

For Keith Prestano '13, a league of his own

Keith Prestano ’13 has gone from patrolling the outfield for Keuka College to running his own division in the Interstate Collegiate Baseball League.

Keuka College Announces 2017 Athletics Hall of Fame Class

Five individuals and one team were inducted into the Hall of Fame on Oct. 14, during Green & Gold Celebration Weekend.

College president ready for his close-up

Believe it or not, a full-length feature was once filmed, in part, at Keuka College. And the College President had a role!

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.

Keuka College Trustee Dr. Carolyn Klinge now a Hall of Famer

Dr. Klinge was cited for her impressive career in molecular biology and cancer research, and her tireless mentoring of future doctors and educators.

Faith in her Faith

Field Period® offers Maria Wayne the chance to better understand Catholicism, and herself.

Natural and Man-Made Materials Create ‘Assemblage’ for New Art Show at Keuka College

Emily Kenas creates wall reliefs, three-dimensional art, and more.

Finding the Roots of American Sign Language

Field Period® took Chelsea Cooper to Paris to find its origins.

'Traveling with a Broken Compass' Comes to Keuka College Nov. 18 and Nov. 19

Performances will benefit Dexter and Faith Benedict.

Ithacappella Will Perform at Keuka College Nov. 5

The all-male group has performed on “American Idol” and “The Price Is Right.”

When Yates County was ‘Little Denmark’

The Keuka College Community Associates Board sponsors a Nov. 15 presentation that will share the history of the county’s substantial influx of Danish settlers in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

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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