Potsdam in the Headlines

January 28, 2015

Auburn Citizen, “Exchange Street Records at Auburn Public Theater rocks the world” (Crane School of Music alumni Amanda and Brian Franco)

North Country Now
, “SUNY Potsdam to award posthumous degree Saturday to radio news director Scott Dosztan

North Country Now, “Ninth annual James & Katherine Andrews Young Artist Instrumental Competition set for Saturday” (The Orchestra of Northern New York / SUNY Potsdam’s Crane School of Music)

North Country Now, “SLU ranked best campus in New York on website survey” (SUNY Potsdam ranked 26th best campus in NYS)

January 27, 2015

The Olympian, “Forums to feature Evergreen State College’s presidential finalists” (SUNY Potsdam Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Margaret Madden)

North Country Now, “Syracuse’s Central Winds to perform free concert in Potsdam on Sunday” (SUNY Potsdam’s Crane School of Music)

Albany Times Union, “Activism in the Capital Region” (SUNY Potsdam alumna Geordie O’Brien)

North Country Now, “Friday’s Bear Pride Night at SUNY Potsdam will feature raffles

North Country Now, “SUNY Potsdam Electronic Music Studios to present ‘electroacoustic music’ Tuesday” (The Crane School of Music)

Daily Freeman, “Collegians for the week of Jan. 25” (SUNY Potsdam President’s List)

January 22, 2015

Watertown Daily Times, “Cuomo outlines investments in higher education” (SUNY Potsdam President Dr. Kristin G. Esterberg)

North Country Now, “SUNY Potsdam tops food services rankings among North Country colleges” (Potsdam Auxiliary and College Educational Services)

Journal Gazette & Times Courier, “Eastern Illinois University presidency hopeful: Enrollment the first priority” (SUNY Potsdam Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Margaret E. Madden)

North Country Now, “‘Road to Green Sands’ photo exhibit on display in Potsdam Jan. 23” (SUNY Potsdam Assistant Professor of Art Iggy Beerbower)

January 20, 2015

Thurston Talk, "Finalists named for president position at The Evergreen State College" (SUNY Potsdam Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Margaret Madden)

Musical America, "New Music and Culture Symposium at the University at Albany Jan. 29-31" (Crane School of Music Associate Dean Dr. David Heuser)

WWNY TV, "What's next for Building Blocks Day Care?" (SUNY Potsdam Child Care Center)

The Daily Orange, "Assistant coach Knight uses own flaws to instill coaching values at Syracuse" (SUNY Potsdam alumnus Brendon Knight)

January 19, 2015

Watertown Daily Times, "Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. honored at four St. Lawrence County colleges" (SUNY Potsdam MLK Day of Reflection / Marade)

North Country Now, "Martin Luther King Jr. events to be held at SUNY Potsdam Jan. 19"

The Journal News, "Teacher tests: 'Unfair, financially crippling'" (SUNY Potsdam School of Education and Professional Studies Dean Dr. Peter Brouwer)

Watertown Daily Times, "Let's peer at the new year: the 2015 economic outlook" (SUNY Potsdam Associate Professor of Business Administration Greg Gardner / Start-Up NY)

North Country Now
, "St. Lawrence Music Educators Association honors Northern Music & Video" (Crane School of Music / alumnus Jeremy Carney)

Stamford Advocate, "On the move: Business people" (SUNY Potsdam alumnus Steve McLaughlin)

North Country Now, "WCKN to show 'North Country Matters' with county's food assets and Workforce Development Institute Jan. 19, 20" (SUNY Potsdam Associate Professor of Sociology Dr. Heather Sullivan-Catlin)

North Country Now, "Massena Winter Carnival continues with 'Kids Days,' 5K, snow sculptures, fireworks and more" (Crane School of Music Assistant Professor of Voice Dr. Lonel Woods)

North Country Now, "Potsdam Community Chorus to include new, returning singers at Monday rehearsal" (Crane School of Music)

North Country Now, "Former Potsdam Central student returns to school to teach basketball skills to fourth-graders" (SUNY Potsdam Men's Bears Basketball / student Zac Adams)

Ogdensburg Journal, "Student artists showcase their talent through February at annual Frederic Remington exhibit" (prospective SUNY Potsdam student Mollee Ahrens)