Alumnus returns to pursue interest, talent in music

Trumpet performance major junior Sam Dole is back at Geneseo for the second time and could not be more thrilled about it. Dole is on the music education track and is set to earn his Bachelor of Arts in trumpet performance—but this is not the first degree he will have earned at Geneseo. 

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Multidisciplinary students pursue on-campus research, build undergraduate portfolios

Being involved with research as an undergraduate student can help students determine exactly what career path they want to take following graduation.

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Student activists use desire, impulse for change to impact campus community

While activism can be about coming together to find a solution, sometimes that solution is further in the future than people might think. President of Students Against Social Injustice senior Taylor Keith believes that this delayed gratification can make people misunderstand the actual impact of activism. 

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Middle Eastern scholar incorporates journalistic experience in classroom

Some people live more in a few years than others will in a lifetime. Assistant professor of international relations and political science Raslan Ibrahim, however, has vast experiences to share with his students, who can learn from his work both as an academic and a journalist.

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Colleges Against Cancer member honors sister with fundraising, activism

Cecilia Massara’s involvement with the fight against cancer began when she came to Geneseo. 

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