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Here are the exhibits students will present at the FYS Symposium on November 30 (4:00-5:30 PM in the Stevens-German Library):

Now that you have created items in Omeka for documents you found in the College Archives, it is time to begin assembling exhibits that feature these items and tell a story about the history of Hartwick. You can find documentation on how to build an Omeka exhibit here. Your group should create an exhibit this week and begin creating pages to see how you want to tell your story. Remember that you must finish a complete exhibit by November 20.

Based on our trips to the archives and your preferences for research, here are the final projects for the First Year Seminar Symposium:

  • Changing Roles of Women/Feminism (Marriam Iqbal, Nikki Germain, Gina Grauer, Suzanne Phillips)
  • Black and White Racial Issues (David Lee, Jared Hoff, Nick Couvaris)
  • Campus during War Time (Joe Avellino, Joe Saracino, Chris Gamber)
  • Football at Hartwick — termination (1948-1950) (Walter Casey, Liam Martin, Shane Black, Arlind Malziu, Nick Checcia)