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News Brief 5/7/12

 Times Union: A promise for better futures

 Times Union:  Obama sees a political charm in third visit (UAlbany, HVCC)

Business Review:  Obama now headed to Albany NanoTech

NY Post: Cuomo’s big plans (UAlbany)

Buffalo Business First:  Sunser inaugurated as Genesee Community College president

 Daily Gazette:  SCCC plans state-of-art recording studio

 Ithaca Journal:  Campus Watch TC3 professor wins SUNY chancellor’s international award

 Evening Observer:  National History Day Competition held at SUNY Fredonia

 CNET: Obama to take made-in-America tour to N.Y. chipmaking hub (UAlbany)

 WBTA: GCC Inaugurates New President

 Time Herald- Record: High-flying fun at SUNY Sullivan’s kite festival

 Huffington Post: Complex Problems have complex solutions (Empire State College)

 Post- Journal: SUNY Fredonia Honors Outgoing President

 Capital Tonight: Location Of Obama’s Cap Region Trip Moved (Updated) (Albany)

 The Journal News: Rockland helps stock food pantry (RCC)

 Watertown Daily Times: Sustainability a prominent theme in SUNY Canton research fair

 Times Herald Record: SUNY Sullivan program helps create richer lives for the disabled

 Finger Lakes Times: FLCC celebrates opening of new student center

 Finger Lakes Times: FLCC ranked in top 10 percent of community colleges in U.S.

 Syracuse.com: Crooked Arrows: The Onondaga Nation goes Hollywood (Oswego)

 Auburnpub.com: Online education: A critical component to the future of CCC

 Auburnpub.com: NAACP recognizes community members (Cayuga CC)

 Auburnpub.com: Nellenback earns Keuka scholarship (Cayuga CC)

 Cultural Resources Council: Michael Harms Theater Festival (Cayuga CC)

 Daily Courier-Observer: SUNY Potsdam performers earn standing O at Lincoln Center

 North Country Public Radio: Wild about Klezmer music in Potsdam

Written by Laurie Santandrea


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