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1991

A

Admissions
  • CCFL holds program for adult students, January
Advisory Committees
  • Data Processing
    • Advisors appointed, March
    • Hawks joins CCFL committee, March
    • New advisory committee members appointed at CCFL, April
  • Developmental Studies
    • CCFL appoints members to studies advisory committee, March
  • Hospital chiefs switch hats (photos James W. Doran, John E. Miller), December
Alumni
  • Adriaansen, Michele Jill
    • Wed in double-ring ceremony (photo), December
  • Arberger, Cathy Lizabeth
    • Arberger-McCullough [George W. McClullough also alum], November
  • Argus, Mary E.
    • Argus-Van Epps (photo), November
  • Baker, Catherine Marie
    • Baker-Reuter (photo), June
  • Bertrand, Gregory
    • GOP backs Aronson, Bertrand (photo), June
  • Bigger, Dawn
    • College graduate (photo), July
  • Boor, Christine
    • Boor-Coons [Rickey Coons also alum], April
  • Bricker, Lori
    • Bricker, Thompson exchange vows (photo), November
  • Bromka, Carl J.
    • Swartwood-Bromka, July
  • Buchholz, Lynn
    • Buchholz is top, May
  • Campbell, Ralph
    • Nature center chief flies south, December
  • Canne, Mary
    • College graduate, July
  • Carroll, Janey L.
    • Graduated (photo), May
  • Caves, Jeffrey C.
    • College graduate, July
  • Clark, Lisa Jean
    • Clark-Landis (photo) [Timothy Landis also alum], June
  • Cole, Peter F.
    • Graduated (photo), May
  • Collins, Nancy
    • Honored by Pro-May realty (photo), March
  • Conner, Joan
    • Hospital nurse heads long-term care unit (photo), March
  • Constable, Anne
    • Anne Constable and Scott Marino (photo), October
    • Constable-Marino, May
  • Crosier, Christine A.
    • Engaged (photo), October
  • Crosier, Pamela Sue
    • Crosier-DeRaddo (photo) [Sullivan Charles DeRaddo also alum], July
  • Cummings, Janette Lyn
    • Engaged (photo), January
  • Dean, Brycie Anne
    • Engagement announced, June
  • DeCook, Lorraine
    • DeCook-Ricciotti (photo), December
  • DeRaddo, Sharon Judith
    • DeRaddo-Cowan (photo), July
  • Derby, Ruth Ellen
    • Derby-Walters (photo), July
  • DeRidder, Edward
    • DeRidder graduates (photo), June
  • Dillon, Bobbie
    • Catching up on a college education (photo with daughter Katie), April
  • Duckett, Mary Kay
    • Duckett-Burris (photo) [Charles Burris also alum], October
  • Ellsworth, Robert M.
    • Engaged (photo Lori A. Boyd), May
  • English, Karen Dianne
    • English-Mulcahy (photo), March
  • Faber, Philip
    • Naples group to study ways to cut government, December
  • Feldman, Donald
    • Beeman-Feldman (photo), April
  • Fleming, Carol Anne
    • Fleming-Moracco (photo) [Thomas Moracco also alum], May
  • Fospero, Michael A.
    • To college (photo), July
  • Foster, Helen
    • Garden talk, April
  • Frederick, Kelly
    • Frederick-Turner (photo), May
  • Garver, Michelle Marie
    • Garver-Couse (photo), October
  • Geherin, John Francis
    • Camden-Geherin (photo), November
  • Gordon, Jennie
    • Gordon appointed Recreation Supervisor of Gates (photo), December
  • Gunkler, Julie Ann
    • Vows exchanged in Phelps church (photo), September
  • Hebding, Sherilyn
    • Engaged (photo), January
  • Heckman, Bill
    • Get ready to garden (photo), March
  • Johnson, Robert G.
    • Long-Johnson (photo), August
  • Joyce, Doreen R.
    • Engaged, February
    • Joyce-Jensen (photo), July
  • Kelsey, Linda A.
    • Kelsey-Cook (photo) [William G. Cook also alum], June
  • Kidder, Laurel M.
    • Kidder-Hotchkiss (photo) [Robert E. Hotchkiss Jr. also alum], July
  • Klue, Sandra Renee
    • Klue-Hardin (photo), July
  • Knowlden, Sue
    • Knowlden, Galek named Newark Wayne's "nurses of distinction" (photo), March
  • Kuhn, Janette Marie
    • Engaged (photo), January
    • Kuhn-Aruck (photo), August
  • LaBarr, Susan L.
    • CCFL graduate, September
  • Laise, Dale Elizabeth
    • Laise-Merklinger (photo), August
  • Lamphier, Joanne Carol
    • Lamphier-Rendino (photo), July
  • Landis, Lisa Clark
    • Welcome back, Lisa - A former student returns to school as teacher's aide (photo), June
  • Lanzoni, Matthew
    • Two named to board (photo), May
  • Lattimore, Deborah S.
    • Engaged (photo), March
  • Laurenza, Donna
    • Area resident joins realty firm (photo), April
    • Joins Coldwell, March
  • Laws, Julie Ann
    • Engaged (photo), July
  • Liberio, Karen
    • Engaged (photo), July
  • Lowe, Kimberly
    • Lowe-Evancho (photo), August
  • Makepeace, James
    • Naples group to study ways to cut government, December
  • Matriscino, Sharon
    • Matriscino-Lynch (photo), April
  • McCumber, Nancy Ann
    • McCumber-Guard (photo), December
  • Miles, Timothy Wade
    • Schaefer-Miles (photo), September
  • Mills, David Erwin
    • Hall-Mills (photo), October
  • Minns, Tammy Lee
    • Minns-Olmstead (photo), January
  • Moon, Linda
    • (photo) [running for office], April
  • Muilwyk, Edward Marinus
    • DeTorio-Muilwyk (photo), November
    • DeTorio-Muilwyk exchange vows (photo), December
  • Naeye, Daniel J.
    • Trickler-Naeye (photo), November
  • Nessler, Rena
    • VA promotion (photo), September
  • Nunn, Tamara
    • Nunn-Copp (photo), April
  • Olsen, Shaun Marie
    • Olsen-Jones (photo), October
  • Orlando, Christopher C.
    • Bohrer-Orlando, October
  • Oyer, Mike
    • Troop 10 Boy Scouts wrap up exciting season, December
  • Perez, Janet E.
    • College names personnel officer, May
  • Phelps, Robyn L.
    • Phelps-Hanna (photo), June
  • Posick, Joseph
    • Margaret Frommert and Joseph Posick (photo), April
  • Rector, Mary Beth
    • Engaged (photo), February
  • Reifsteck, Rachel
    • Graduated, July
  • Rinebold, Tina
    • Engaged (photo), May
  • Roberts, Mary Elizabeth
    • Engagement announced (photo), January
  • Roenke, R. Michael
    • Collins Landscape maintenance choice (photo), April
  • Rush, Kimberly
    • Kimberly Rush and Daniel Hoyt [also alum] (photo), April
  • Ryan, Stephen
    • (photo) [running for office], April
  • Samere, Joe
    • Growing poinsettias is a family affair, November
  • Sanders, Bryan
    • Break a leg, November
  • Scattaglia, Michele Lee
    • Scattaglia-Zwick (photo), November
  • Schuck, Sandra E.
    • Director of long-term care nursing named (photo), February
  • Shepard, Julie Anne
    • Engaged (photo) [Jon W. Spike also alum], January
  • Sittig, Robert C.
    • . . . joined Ted Collins Tree and Landscape, November
  • Southard, Sally Jane
    • Southard-Loicono (photo), May
  • Sprague, Alan
    • Norsen-Sprague (photo), July
  • Thacker, Cheryl
    • Engaged (photo), May
  • Treese, Rebecca
    • Engaged (photo), January
  • Van-Gee, Christine
    • Van-Gee - Eaton, December
  • VanVechten, John
    • John VanVechten, Linda Keyes named local banking managers (photo), January
  • VerStraete, Gary Michael
    • To wed in October (photo), August
  • Vinci, Valerie M.
    • Married, December
  • Wade, Kandy
    • Engaged, December
  • Wakeman, Lorinda
    • Wakeman-Davis, April
  • Weise, Jana Marie
    • Weise-Regas (photo), August
  • Williams, Laurie
    • Laurie Williams and John O'Mara (photo), December
  • Williams, Michele
    • Engaged (photo), January
  • Yannotti, Anthony Ralph
    • Engaged (photo Carla Ann Stajura), April
    • Stajura-Yannotti (photo), December
  • Yerkes, Amy
    • AAUW award (photo), July
  • Young, Deanna L.
    • Young-Holvey (photo), November
  • Zaepfel, Jen
    • Irland, Zaepfel off to good starts, December
Alumni Association
  • Alumni event [after-theater reception], March
  • CCFL alumni picnic, June
  • CCFL alumni planning reunion, October
  • CCFL alumni receive awards [Marci Muller, Sam Lansing, Charles Rouse], June
  • CCFL classes of 1975 and 1976 organize weekend reunion, November
  • CCFL host alumni reception, February
  • CCFL plans picnic, May
  • Community college June alumni picnic, May
Arts
  • Big-name acts set for shell (photos Dan Fogelberg, Huey Lewis, Gordon Lightfoot, Don Henley), April
  • Circus
    • Elephant trainer Ben Williams . . . (photo), June
  • Diana Ross
    • Ross returning, April
  • Exhibits
    • "Furniture from Mars" on exhibit at CCFL Fine Arts Gallery 34, November
    • 'Furniture from Mars' on exhibit at CCFL, October
    • 'The Max Drawings' on exhibit at CCFL [Sigmund Abeles], December
    • Bruce MacWhorter
      • Artist Bruce MacWhorter to open first solo exhibit (photos), February
      • CCFL fine arts Gallery 34 to exhibit "Why Not"?, February
      • New exhibit at CCFL fine arts Gallery 34, March
    • Faculty art at CCFL (photo Wayne Williams), April
    • Jerome Witkin
      • ad, January
      • Artist's vision isn't pretty picture (photo), January
      • CCFL to display Syracuse professor's art collection, January
    • Linoleum prints to be exhibited at CCFL (photo) [Dennis Revitzky], October
    • Prints on exhibit [Dennis Revitzky], October, September
    • The art scene (photo) [Wayne Williams mentioned], July
  • Poetry Readings
    • Poetry reading [Hayden Carruth], April
    • Poetry reading planned at CCFL [Robert E. McDonough], November
    • Poetry writer, fiction writer (photo David Michael Nixon, Nancy Kress), April
  • RPO
    • Outlet bridge closes Monday [mentions concert traffic], April
    • Summer music 91 - ad, June, May
    • Tiny tots concert (photo), January
  • Shows
    • Baseball card show and sale to be held at CCFL guest appearance by Joe Altobelli, November
    • Card show, November
    • Sport-card show, October
    • The return of the boys of summer - They show up on skinny cardboard cards and this weekend they'll be at a CCFL show and sale (photo Bob Lowden), November
  • Spring Arts Festival
    • CCFL to host spring arts festival, May
    • Drama, concerts, art at weekend festival, April
    • Music, theater and art at CCFL spring festival, May
  • Thaxter Cunio and Susan Moore
    • CCFL to host chamber music concert (photo), April

B

Benefits and Charities
  • Blood Drives
    • "A silent way to help" (photo Dallas Farrance), January
  • Oxfam
    • Taste of hunger in banquet fare (photo Nancy Lee), November
  • Secret Santas spread gifts, joy [AV/library donations], December
Board of Supervisors
  • Cut office building, Hicks recommends [CCFL vertical expansion mentioned], January
  • No more 'business as usual' [CCFL expansion, faculty contracts], February
  • Supervisors
    • Belmont, Robert
      • New faces on Thompson Hospital board, June
      • Thompson Hospital selects new members to directors, May
Board of Trustees
  • CCFL at full strength: Trustee named; another recommended, April
  • CCFL board elects officers [Gail D. Love, Patrick S. Burns and Philip Oestreich], January
  • CCFL board vacancy to be filled after 2 years, January
  • CCFL elects officers (photo Gail D. Love, Philip Oestreich, Patrick S. Burns), January
  • CCFL has 2 openings on board of trustees, January
  • CCFL meeting, August
  • Personal finances: making them public, February
  • Trustees
    • Bugliosi, Ed
      • Farmington resident appointed to college board of trustees (photo), April
    • Burns, Patrick S.
      • Area resident reappointed to CCFL board (photo), May
      • Burns reappointed to CCFL board, April
    • Langer, Nancy
      • Dems taking aim at Bristol GOP control (photo), October
      • Trustees of CCFL re-elect chairwoman, January
Budget
  • Budget cuts will affect volunteers, courses, April
  • CCFL budget reflects cuts, tuition hikes, June
  • CCFL is facing a tight budget year, November
  • CCFL may cut - courses could go if aid fails, April
  • CCFL OKs $17 million fiscal plan, July
  • Colleges continue to struggle financially, July
  • Comptroller faults SUNY practices, April
  • County budget cuts studied by panel, April
  • State budget axes Regents incentive, May
Buildings and Grounds
  • County office building
    • Center finished on time [leasing part for EMS program], September
  • Expansion
    • CCFL addition approved, February
    • CCFL expansion bids are pleasant surprise, February
    • CCFL expansion on track, January
    • Community college plans expansion, January
    • Construction to greet CCFL students, August
    • County borrows $1 M for bridges, landfill, March
    • County eyes $25 million building plan, June
    • In the heat of summer, CCFL expands to ease the enrollment squeeze (photos Joyce Graham and building project), July
    • Projects, programs in the Finger Lakes, May
    • Summer construction at CCFL (photo), July
    • Supervisors OK college expansion, February
  • Group buys land to give to CCFL, August
  • Heat and humidity combine to close CCFL temporarily, September
  • Heat delays some CCFL classes, September
  • Mayor sells 46 acres to college - purchase price: $279,000, August

C

Career Development
  • Career Day [Criminal Justice], October
  • Career Discovery workshop offered at CCFL, October
  • Career plans seminar at Newark center, June
  • Career workshop, November
  • Career workshop set at CCFL [for women] (photo Ingrid Young), October
  • Careers workshop Saturday at CCFL, April
  • CCFL study gives hints on job seeking, October
  • CCFL to hold workshop on changing careers, May
  • CCFL to sponsor career workshop, September
  • Horticulture, January
  • Local students find job hunt getting tough (photos Aaron Fisher, Kealhi Clemons, Jim Bogue, Arlene Genovese), June
  • Women teachers, students join in repeat of career workshop, January
Commencement
  • College graduates, June
  • College graduates 500 at 23rd commencement (photos Gail Love, Barry Rude, Louise Slaughter), June
  • Editorial - Three cheers for CCFL - Mrs. Ricard Rivet, June
  • Speaker
    • Louise Slaughter to speak at CCFL commencement, April
    • Slaughter at commencement, April
    • Slaughter stresses value of education (photo), June, May
  • Victory walk for grad (photo Valerie Schultz, Vickie Schultz, Pat Kurzejeski), June
Conferences and Workshops
  • AAUW
    • AAUW to meet, April
    • Mediator talk [Josephine Lombardo], April
  • Child Abuse
    • Abuse identification and reporting course, November
    • CCFL offers course on identifying child abuse, October
    • Child abuse identification course, September
    • Child abuse reporting course at three sites, May
    • Child course, May
  • Child Care
    • Child care council to hold workshops, December
  • Communication
    • Seminar slated (photo Ross Quinn), May
  • Ethics
    • Question of conscience discussed by students (photo Kelly Clarke, Josh Carlson, Ryan Chapman, Alicia Clark), April
  • Funding
    • Funding seminar, May
  • Literacy Volunteers
    • Literacy volunteers April 20 conference, April
  • Math and computer teachers to meet, March
  • Nursing
    • "Thriving in turbulent times" - ad, November
    • Nursing workshop due at CCFL, May
    • Roles in nursing workshop at CCFL, May
    • Workshop to help nurses, October
  • Rabies workshop set at CCFL, March
  • Science teachers
    • CCFL and ESF co-sponsor workshops, July
  • Teleconference at CCFL [Self care for the bereavement caregiver], March
  • Western New York Communities Against Drug Abuse
    • Red Ribbons, October
    • Youth to youth project is teens helping teens (photo), December
Convocation
  • Gil Eagles to speak at CCFL, August
  • In the mood to learn (photo Gil Eagles), August
Courses and Programs
  • Adult Literacy
    • Adult literacy, April
    • CCFL schedules adult literacy classes, August
    • CCFL to offer adult literacy courses in Palmyra, March
    • Victor one of four locations for adult literacy education, January
  • Art
    • Colleges adopt computer in graphic arts courses, August
  • Art History
    • Art history course offered at CCFL [Women in Art], December
  • BOCES
    • BOCES presents program on artists who visit schools, September
    • CCFL-BOCES offer 35+ Spring courses, December
    • Driving course to be given [tractor trailer], April
    • Local artists featured in 'Arts Showcase,' September
  • Business
    • Area students among winners of business symposium and competition [high school students], April
    • Newark students attend annual business symposium and competition (photo), April
    • Students earn awards at business contest, May
    • Wegmans plans management program for students, December
  • Child care
    • CCFL plans three professionals' courses, December
  • Community Education
    • Budget cuts close some summer schools, but classes expand locally, May
    • CCFL announces enrichment and development courses, September
    • CCFL announces enrichment courses, August
    • CCFL announces October credit free courses, October, September
    • CCFL offers credit free courses, November
    • CCFL offers wildlife rehabilitation class, October
    • CCFL to host child care training workshops, August
    • CCFL to offer children's arts & crafts workshop, October
    • CCFL to offer furniture restoration and appraisal course, September
    • CCFL to offer January and February credit-free courses, January
    • Child care, September
    • Classes for children, adults slated at community college, May
    • College for Living
      • A college that teaches basic living, January
      • CCFL sponsors developmentally disabled adults, January
      • CCFL sponsors program, September
      • Clients complete courses, December
      • Food for the body, spirit (photo Walter "Jake" Gent), July
      • Living skills, August, January
      • Yates ARC clients go back to school (photo Jennie Snyder, Colleen George, Ray Malpeso, Eric Sterlin, Brian Bishop, Mary Alice Burris, Mark Moniot, Miriam London), December
    • Computer used for landscape design, January
    • Credit free courses, March
    • Credit-free courses, February
    • Credit-free courses beginning next week, January
    • Design course, January
    • Driving course, March
    • English as a second language offered, January
    • Heavy equipment operators' course, February
    • Kids' College
      • CCFL lists Kids' Colege programs, May
      • CCFL offers summer kids' program, May
      • She's feeling sew-sew (photo Carrie Kolomic), June
    • Self-awareness course being pushed, October
  • Conservation
    • Field camp - CCFL conservation students 'rough it' to make the grade (photos Dave Irway, Bill Opett, Greg Knapp, Jamie Finch, Matt Bement) (photos didn't copy well), June
    • Field Days
      • Conservation field days being held at Hopewell, September
      • Poster display, October
      • Walk in the woods (photo), September
  • Developmental Studies
    • Academic Support Center
      • Paralyzed, city man exercises the brain (photo Frank Jones) [tutor], October
      • Who'll volunteer for VA? (photo Dorothy Ralston and Frank Jones, tutor at CCFL), April
  • Electronics/Computer Technology
    • Hand-on electronics at CCFL open house, March
  • EMS
    • Basic EMT course, December
    • Basic EMT offered, January
    • CCFL cuts hurt rescue squads - EMT classes canceled, June
    • College rescues EMT classes, July
    • EMT course at nursing home, March
    • Four EMT courses begin next month, December
  • ESL
    • CCFL has language courses, September
    • CCFL to offer second language class, August
    • Second language, December
  • GED
    • CCFL to offer high school equivalency courses, August, December
    • GED courses offered in Palmyra, April
  • Institute
    • Business owners seminar offered, February
    • CCFL launches training program, March
    • Executive: educate students about quality (photo Robert M. Mehalso), May
    • Quality eduation [Robert Mehalso's speech at CCFL mentioned], June
    • Seminars slated, September
    • Small business program planned, December
    • Start with 'guerilla tactics' when going into business (photo Don Svoren), November
  • Legal
    • Legal terminology class - ad, June
  • Math
    • CCFL to host calculators seminars for math instructors, July
  • Nursing
    • CCFL prep courses for RN boards, March
    • Prep courses offered for nursing boards, February
  • Spanish
    • Academic language courses, December
  • Summer School [High School Students]
    • CCFL principals [Mary Joan Geise, Dr. Joseph Peone Jr.], July
    • Life is a book . . . in summer school, June
    • Summer high school program offered by CCFL, June
  • Technology
    • Science-technology open house arranged, May
  • Telecourses
    • CCFL announces fall telecourses, August
    • CCFL announces summer telecourses, May
    • CCFL announces telecourses for spring term, December
    • CCFL offers telecourses during spring semester, January
    • CCFL summer courses begin on cable TV, June
  • Travel and Tourism
    • Learning about travel agency employment, February
    • Travel agency career course, August

D

Dean's List
  • CCFL [Kelly Fogarty], January
  • CCFL [Michael Rivet (photo)], January
  • CCFL announces dean's list for Fall Semester, January
  • Dean's list, January, July
  • Farmington women lead CCFL scholars [Nancy Tripp and Kathleen Cook], January
  • Local students receive CCFL honors, December
  • On the dean's list, June
  • Six Victor students achieve dean's list CCFL recognition [Bonnie Bunker, James Davern, Lori Ellis, Angela Wheaton, Erin Rohr, William O'Brien], December
Drama
  • Arsenic and Old Lace
    • CCFL theatre to perform 'Arsenic and Old Lace,' March
    • CCFL to stage 'Arsenic, Old Lace' (photo Francine DiTomaso, Kelly Fogarty, Larry Van Cassele), March
    • Performances set by theater group, February
  • Children's Theatre
    • Dish for the King
      • "A dish for the King" (photo Francine DiTomaso, Jeff Manning, Tracy Makovitch, Jack Stover, Bill Pettine, Joe Gundy, Aaron Newman), January
  • Wake of Jamey Foster
    • 'Wake of Jamey Foster' (photo Richard DeBadts, Michael Lancaster, Tessa Case, Sunny VanDeWater, Nancy Lee), October
    • CCFL play this weekend, November
    • CCFL theater department to perform "The Wake of Jamey Foster," October

E

Earth Day
  • 'Garbage concert' at CCFL center (photo Glenn McClure), April
  • Turkey seminar, April
Empire State
  • Information session to be held, December
Enrollment
  • College is the answer for most 1991 Wayne Central graduates, November
  • Community colleges boom as competition's costs soar, January
  • Community colleges ride out the recession (photo David Erway), October
  • Community colleges' open door, May
  • Two-year colleges benefit from recession, December
Events
  • Black History Month
    • 'Black Voices,' February
    • Black poetry reading Tuesday at CCFL, February
  • Community College Week
    • CCFL faculty and staff share their time and talent with the community - ad, February
  • Math contest
    • CCFL announces winner of sixth annual high school math contest, May
    • CCFL hosts the sixth annual high school mathematics contest, March
    • Math contest, April, March
    • Wayne wins math contest, May
  • National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week
    • CCFL schedules alcohol awareness programs, October
  • Parents' Day
    • CCFL schedules annual Parents' Day, October
    • CCFL to host Parents' Day, October, September
  • Science Olympics
    • A science team (photo Matt Durkin, Sean Hagenbach, Dan Lin, Rosemarie Mannik, Laurie Rolland, Brian Smith, Steve Wisniewski, Nora Yip, Laban Lu, Joan Flint, Harriet Petropolous), December
    • CCFL holds science olympics, December
    • GHS takes first in science olympics, December
    • Schools garner science olympic awards, December
    • Science Olympics planned, November
    • To host science olympics, November
    • Webster wins 2nd, December
Extension Centers
  • Gananda
    • Gananda adds CCFL English course, October, September
  • Geneva
    • Bank to raze vacant cleaning plant, December
    • CCFL board OKs lease agreement, August
    • CCFL officials look for larger center, October
    • CCFL outgrows Geneva center, January
    • CCFL takes over city summer school, January
    • CCFL trustees name Geneva center leader [James R. Clawson], November
    • CCFL's new Geneva home is postponed, January
    • Parenting series offered by BOCES, February
  • Newark
    • Alternate use committee (photo Roy Romer), July
    • BOCES to open new career resource center, December
    • CCFL to meet with Newark leaders, October
    • Clinical center to open tomorrow [CCFL mentioned], March
  • Wayne Central
    • CCFL to offer evening credit courses at Wayne Central, August
    • CCFL to offer night courses this fall at area high school, July
    • CCFL's new center sets open house, July
    • Credit courses set at Wayne Central, July

F

Faculty and Staff
  • Adams, Clayton
    • Naples school board race features three seats, no opposition, April
  • Adams, Jeff
    • . . . promoted to assistant professor, May
  • Amann, Floyd F. "Bud"
    • Named at MCC, March
  • Banaszewski, Bill
    • Fish law calls for bigger rainbow or a bust, March
  • Beitz, Victoria A.
    • New staff appointed at CCFL, December
    • New staff at CCFL, November
  • Braddon, Kimberly Wager
    • New faculty appointed at CCFL, October
  • Bridgman, Bruce
    • Canandaigua honors athletic greats in 'Hall' (photo), October
    • Hall-of-Famer (photo), October
  • Canough, Corrine M.
    • New at CCFL, September
  • CCFL faculty members earn promotions [Bruce Bridgman, Fred MacNamara, Ann Robinson, John Sinton, Richard Evans, Sandy Brown, Jeanne Fagan, Thomas Lucas, Karen O'Donnell, Kathy Riesenberger], June
  • Champaigne, John and Peggy
    • Death notice for Harold Champaigne [John's father?], April
  • Chapman, Frances
    • obituary, August
  • Clawson, James R.
    • New staff appointed at CCFL, December
    • New staff at CCFL, November
  • Colf, Lilian Chang
    • Assistant controller at CCFL appointed, April
  • Commisso, Rosemary
    • County arts council, July
  • Coons, John "Jack"
    • Staging a race a costly affair, April
  • Cooper, Charlotte
    • Three at CCFL honored (photo), June
    • Three CCFL employees receive SUNY Chancellor's Award, May
  • Crawford, Lynne A.
    • CCFL instructors, March
  • D'Abbracci, Jean
    • Four seek three board seats (photo), May
  • DelCour, Kathy
    • New service fee increases are not likely to be a boon for the area's notary publics (photo), July
  • Dodge, Marty
    • . . . chainsaws logs into furniture (photo), August
  • Fitzpatrick, Edward
    • New faculty appointed at CCFL, October
  • Friday, Don
    • Greetings from Brother Benjamin Bey, March
  • Gilman, Bruce
    • Article published, June
    • CCFL professor publishes magazine article, May
    • Outlet said to need good cleaning, May
    • The future of the Finger Lakes - Who's responsible?, June
    • Wave of hope for Finger Lakes - groups mobilize to push reforms, June
  • Glover, Joanne
    • CCFL president's secretary steps down after 24 years (photo), May
  • Gordon, Joseph B.
    • CCFL names director [of student services] (photo), March
    • Director of student services appointed, April
  • Guild, Marlene [curriculum coordinator]
    • Penn Yan woman honored by BPW (photo), June
  • Hughes, Barbara
    • . . . appointed coordinator of administrative computing services, January
  • Insalaco, Thomas
    • A show in perspective - Finger Lakes and its two companion exhibits celebrate varied excellence (photo of paintings), April
    • Area artist wins award (photo of painting), April
    • Painting out the pain - Canandaigua artist confronts brother's murder on canvas (photos), June
  • Jones, Judith
    • Artful holidays - profile of an artist (photo), November
  • Kathleen DelCour, Robert Gerbin, Ellen O'Neill, Sandra Camillo, Charlotte Cooper, Robert Lowden, Frances Mandery, Barbara Schreiber, Sharon Tobey and Keith Murphy have received the CCFL merit award, June
  • Kennedy, Edward
    • Whitman hosts FHA leadership meeting, November
  • Kuryla, Peter A.
    • CCFL instructors, March
  • Legg, Ruth
    • A celebration of the movies, March
    • County arts council, July
  • Lewis, Fred
    • Genevan to review latest Tom Clancy book, November
  • Lomber, Elaine
    • 'Intellectuals' reviewed at library's literary lunchtime (photo), January
  • Lowden, Bob
    • Coach to conduct clinic in Italy, April
    • Pitching baseball and pasta in Italy (photo), July
  • Malinowski, Pat
    • CCFL professor addresses convention [College Composition and Communication], April
  • Margolis, Richard
    • Historic renovation in pictures (photo Powers building in Rochester), March
  • Marion, Dan
    • "Treepruning facts and myths," December
    • 'Tree Doctor' offers tips on damage (photo), February
    • An enigma and eyesore - Over 100 years old and dead, this white oak tree, standing in the middle of Townline Plaza's parking lot, has become a curiosity for many people, July
    • Centuries-old tree is finally cut down (photo), September
    • Editorial - Let the dead tree stand - Roy Grau, July
  • Marshall, Julie
    • New at CCFL, September
  • Massey, Deborah A.
    • Board appoints two to CCFL professional staff, June
    • Two join CCFL staff, July
  • Matteson, Susan
    • Concert to highlight chamber music, February
    • Organ recital, February
  • Matteson, Whit
    • This weekend in Canandaigua and Geneva (photo), April
  • Maus, Henry
    • Canandaigua will adopt Soviet city - trips being planned to Staraya Russa, June
  • Meder, Charles J.
    • CCFL president plans to retire, March
    • CCFL president to retire in '92 (photo), February
    • Meder announces '92 resignation after 20 years heading CCFL (photo), February
  • Milhalenko, Beverly J.
    • Board appoints two to CCFL professional staff, June
    • Two join CCFL staff, July
  • Miskell, Stephen P.
    • New faculty appointed at CCFL, October
  • Moberg, Ed
    • . . . was awarded a Certificate of Appreciation, December
    • Gail M. Moberg obituary, August
    • Gail McKeeby Moberg, former teacher, activist dies at 45 (photo), July
  • Moore, Putt
    • 3-on-3 tourney, April
  • Morrell, Ed
    • Three at CCFL honored (photo), June
    • Three CCFL employees receive SUNY Chancellor's Award, May
  • Noonan, Allison [Hays]
    • Alum honored, January
    • CCFL PR director honored by her hometown school, January
  • O'Donnell, Karen
    • CCFL teacher speaks at seminar, May
    • Council dinner, September
    • LCC president, July
    • O'Donnell to lead reading teachers group (photo), June
    • Reading speech, November
  • Ortiz, James
    • James Ortiz heads West Ontario United Way campaign, October
  • Palumbo, Mary Lou
    • CCFL faculty member presents at national conference, May
    • Mary Lou Palumbo speaks in Cincinnati (photo), June
  • Parker, Christopher
    • CCFL faculty, August
  • Phillips, Paul
    • Local watchers not surprised, December
  • Rapp, Marvin
    • Greetings from Brother Benjamin Bey, March
  • Reece, Jean D.
    • CCFL faculty, August
  • Rice, Patricia D.
    • CCFL faculty member inducted into Delta Kappa Gamma Society International, May
    • Delta Kappa Gamma elects Victor woman (photo), June
    • Inducted, June
    • Nine women join educators' group, July
  • Rivenburgh, Ed
    • CCFL librarian speaks at conference, June
    • CCFL staff member a featured speaker (photo) [at American Association of Community and Junior Colleges], May
    • Three at CCFL honored (photo), June
    • Three CCFL employees receive SUNY Chancellor's Award, May
  • Samanta, Prashanta G.
    • New faculty appointed at CCFL, October
  • Smith, Frank
    • Bird-lovers can't duck waterfowl identification program at CCFL, September
    • Habitat change and loss, December
  • Spencer, Pamela Sue
    • New leaders in SUNY's advancement community, December
  • Starks, Gretchen
    • Literacy meeting, May
  • Thorpe, Al
    • Thorpe says Democrats weren't trying to sway Harris' decisions on firehouse (photo), February
  • Urbatis, Carol S.
    • CCFL appointment [coordinator of advisement and assessment], July
  • VanZetta, Nancy
    • . . . was recognized for her continuous and outstanding service to NYSFAAA, December
  • Vitalone, Pat
    • County honors diligent CCFL library worker (photo), July
    • Working hard for money (photo), July
  • White, Chris
    • Poster contest, November
  • Young, Ingrid
    • Big turnout at SUNY job fair (photo Julie Khoury), April
Faculty Association
  • CCFL elects alumni officers, August
  • CCFL faculty name leaders [Susan Smith, Keith Batman, Mary Beth Bell, Pat Pietropaolo], June
Financial Aid
  • College finances information night, November
  • Financial aid program planned, December
  • G-C to sponsor college finance info. program, November
  • Middle-income families need help paying for college, October
  • Scholarships
    • 5 from CCFL receive Chamber awards (photo Pat Busby, Jeanne Leonard, Joan Peck, Nicole Rider, Jackie Shepard), May
    • AAUW offers scholarship, March
    • AAUW scholarship, April
    • Adult scholarship, May
    • Adult students [Sherry Kosienski, Louise "Tammy" Nelson, Joan Peck], April
    • Area CCFL students win scholarships [Brenda Marie DeBernadis, Karen A. Pepson, Agustina Torres, Bruce T. Gage, Cathy A. Nellis, Karen Marie Bowers, Wendy Doyle, Kimberly J. Pierce), December
    • Auxiliary names scholarship recipients (photos Jennifer Lonneville, Deborah Graf, Andrea Rae Ransom), June
    • CCFL foundation announces scholarship [honoring Gary Adams], November
    • CCFL foundation establishes Gary Adams Memorial scholarship [for women], December
    • CCFL students receive scholarships [Christine Barber, Jerry Collado, Elsie Mandy, Kim Solt, Kim Stanton, Holly Swift, Greg Young], January
    • CCFL's Ellis awarded Sheriff's scholarship [Jeff Ellis], December
    • Chamber Adult Student Scholarship recipients (photo Joyce Stull, Debra Stephens, Matt Lanzoni), January
    • Computer studies fund seeks private sector contributions [for Brenda S. Brockman Beck scholarship], June
    • Daystar gives scholarship [Ben Konarzewski], February
    • Farmington woman wins nursery award (photo Patricia Brocksopp) [Dan Disbrow also won], March
    • New CCFL scholarship is available to women [Gary Adams scholarship], November
    • New scholarship established at CCFL [Brenda Brockman Beck Memorial Scholarship], April
    • Police groups give scholarships to six criminal justice students [Dana Hand, Alesia Sweeney], December
    • Receives Kiwanis International scholarship [Javier Farfan Cedron], April
    • Recycling scholarship received by CCFL student [Ben Konarzewski], January
    • Scholarship [Ben Konarzewski], January
    • Scholarship honors CCFL's Brenda [Brockman] Beck, May
    • Scholarship recipient (photo Dan Disbrow), March
    • Scholarships [reading/writing], June
  • School aid topic of meet, December
  • Seminar to inform parents about financial aid for college, February
FLTV
  • Public access TV channel up in air, September
Foundation
  • CCFL Foundation Board officers elected [Charles E. Hetterich, Martin Hayes, Anne Henry, Donald Zamperetti, George W. Hamlin IV], October, September

G

Grants
  • CCFL gets grant for faculty center, January
  • CCFL grant funds are up 18 percent over previous year, November
  • CCFL has announced an 18 percent increase in grants . . ., September
  • CCFL receives grant monies, September
  • Computers
    • CCFL receives grant, September
    • Computer grant helps at CCFL, October
  • Entrepreneurship Support Program
    • Education, February
  • Nursing
    • CCFL gets FLAHC grant to spur interest in nursing, November
    • CCFL receives grant to help increase number of RN graduates, September
    • Grant to help increase number of RN graduates, October
  • Teaching
    • CCFL receives grant to initiate college teaching center, February
    • Receives grant for teaching, February

H

Health
  • Immunization, July
  • Part-time college students must show immunization proof, July
  • Requests for AIDS testing on rise in colleges, December
History
  • "We support the Greater Canandaigua Area Chamber of Commerce" - CCFL, January
  • CCFL proud of its many accomplishments, March

L

Lectures
  • Baum, Kurt
    • World War II POW to speak at CCFL, May
  • Global Awareness
    • "Children of the Tribe" and "The Rice Ladle" - The changing role of women, January
    • Awareness program at CCFL to feature 'Killing Cars,' November
    • CCFL global awareness program to feature Polish film "Moonlighting," October
    • CCFL global awareness series Japanese food, April
    • Diamond, Sander A.
      • Lecture on Germany at CCFL, November
    • Global awareness series, September
    • Global awareness series addresses postwar Taiwan, April
    • Jancar, Barbara
      • The Natural environment in eastern europe: can it be saved?, November
    • Japan lecture set, February
    • Japanese films set, January
    • Japanese flower arranging program at CCFL, April
    • Ost, David
      • Emerging Europe, September
    • Schedule - ad, January
    • Slaughter, Louise
      • Slaughter talks about Baltic states, October
    • The Taiwan miracle examined at CCFL [Dr. Jian Chen], February
    • Van Dussen, Gregory
      • Global Awareness series highlights Northern Ireland, October
    • Visual communication [in Japan], March
  • Scholar's Forum
    • Hodik, Barbara J.
      • Architect, artist, designer profiled (photo), September
      • Professional women are topic of lecture, September
      • Scholar's forum, August
    • Kress, Nancy
      • Science fiction, April
      • Science fiction writer to speak, May
    • Hakki, Mohamed
      • Journalist: Gulf War enhanced peace (photo), March
      • Kuwaiti journalist hopes war brings peace [Mohamed I. Hakki], March
      • Middle East lecture [Mohamed Hakki], February
      • The crisis in the Middle East is examined by bureau chief [Mohamed I. Hakki], March
    • Sakharov, Vladimir
      • Defector says Gorbachev won't last (photo), April
      • Russian defector to speak at CCFL (photo), April
      • Sakharov to address CCFL scholar's forum, March
    • Schedule - ad, February
    • Wasserman, Harvey
      • Ecology activist leads the fight against nuclear dependency (photo), April
    • Stone, Ward
      • College holds wildlife talk, November

M

Music
  • Chorale
    • Broadway music concert - ad, July
    • CCFL Finger Lakes Chorale seeks new members, June
    • Chorale rehearsal, June
    • Chorale rehearsal set, January
    • Finger Lakes chorale seeks new members, June
    • Finger Lakes chorale to perform, April
    • Finger Lakes chorale to perform Messiah, November
    • Join the Finger Lakes Chorale - ad, January
    • New members sought by Finger Lakes Chorale, January
    • Singers prepare for chorale season, June
    • Singing auditions, August
    • Tenors needed, September
  • Flute choir concert, February
  • Flute concert, March
  • Lincoln Hill Singers
    • CCFL singers to hold winter concert, November
    • Singers to perform holiday dinner concert, December
  • Wind Ensemble
    • 'Hit Parade' marches to Shortsville, Rochester (photo Frank Verget), April
    • Big band salute at CCFL, May
    • CCFL wind ensemble plans international show, November
    • Dollars for scholars is the goal - Wind ensemble seeks to raise money for scholarships (photo Frank Verget and band), June
    • Ensemble to perform at Lilac festival, April
    • Ensemble to perform Christmas miniatures, December
    • March through March (photo band and director Frank Verget), February
    • Marching band, February
    • Music of the British Isles - ad, October
    • Wind ensemble [Christmas concert], November

N

Name Change
  • CCFL name change backed, January
  • CCFL name change delayed by county, January
  • CCFL name debate, February
  • Editorial - A Taxpayers' suggestion - Bob Kehrer, March
  • Editorial - Resist CCFL name change - Marjorie Donahauser, February
  • Editorial - Thoughts in CCFL name, building - Leo M. Saxby, March
  • Leo settlement awaits board verdict - Community College of the Finger Lakes name change also on supervisors' agenda, January
  • Ontario backs retirement deal [name change mentioned], February

O

Orientation
  • CCFL sets orientation, December
  • CCFL to host orientation, January
  • CCFL to host orientation program for part-time students, July
  • CCFL to orient part-time students, August
  • New student orientation set, January
  • Orientation, July

P

Positions
  • President Search
    • CCFL committee begins search for new president, May
    • CCFL presidency committee named, May
    • CCFL presidential screening committee members announced, April
    • CCFL presidential search on schedule, November
    • Search committee begins screening, October
    • Will stalled CCFL contract talks affect search for new president?, November

R

Registration
  • ad, January
  • BOCES adult courses registration scheduled, April
  • CCFL announces fall BOCES, August
  • CCFL announces fall registration, August, July
  • CCFL announces spring registration, December
  • CCFL courses [summer school], June
  • CCFL lists times for fall registration, July
  • CCFL name locations for spring registration, December
  • Jan Plan, December
  • Register for BOCES courses, July
  • Registration dates set for BOCES-CCFL courses, December
  • Victor registration for CCFL Jan. 17, January

S

Salaries and Contracts
  • Bargain, don't blame, November
  • CCFL faculty calls Ontario County inflexible in pay talks, November
  • CCFL faculty make complaints public, November
  • CCFL faculty marches in 'walk-out' over stalled contract negotiations (photo Mary Wilsey, Ray Geary, Rick Cook), October
  • CCFL layoff warning spurs faculty protest [vote of no confidence for Dr. Meder], December
  • College faculty protest slow contract talks, October
  • Layoffs loom for CCFL profs, December
  • Mediator joins CCFL staff talks, September
  • Mediator to handle CCFL, city impasse, August
  • What does the future hold for CCFL?, December
Speakers Bureau
  • CCFL offering speakers on a wide variety of topics, September
  • CCFL offers speakers' bureau brochure, August, October
  • Speakers' Bureau brochure, January
Sports
  • Baseball
    • Award winners [Steve Parsels MVP, Kevin Rhinehart most valuable pitcher, Ken Stuber most improved], May
    • Bartucca helps oust CCFL from tourney, May
    • Bunting Laker (photo Robin Morales), April
    • Camp
      • CCFL hosts summer baseball camp, June
      • CCFL to host summer youth baseball camp, July
    • CCFL bats boom in sweep of Erie, April
    • CCFL captures third straight win, April
    • CCFL men, women handed lopsided doubleheader losses, April
    • Fast pitch clinic, November
    • Free throw contest winner [Christie Englehart], January
    • Laker baseball advances easily, May
    • Lakers bow in 10th, 6-4, May
    • Lakers can't cash in, lose, April
    • Lakers can't scale OCC nine, April
    • Lakers in Region III baseball tourney, May
    • Lakers look to add to historic season (photo Brian Oddi), April
    • Lakers lose in bottom of the ninth, March
    • Lakers near perfect, April
    • Lakers split in baseball openers, March
    • Lakers split in weekend games, April
    • Lakers split with MCC, April
    • Lakers sweep Broome, May
    • Three up, three down for CCFL Lakers, April
    • Winter baseball camp at CCFL, January
  • Basketball - Men's
    • Area coaches favor UNLV to win NCAAs, March
    • Big win for Lakers, January
    • CCFL beats buzzer in OT to top Morrisville, 94-92, January
    • CCFL beats undermanned Cayuga, January
    • CCFL cagers open tomorrow, October
    • CCFL concludes domination of OCC, February
    • CCFL harriers place sixth; cagers swept in twinbill (photo Mark Kiser), November
    • CCFL keeps rolling, routs Cayuga, 105-58 (photo Dan Brown), January
    • CCFL men absorb junior college hardships, December
    • CCFL men down Elmira for first win, December
    • CCFL men fall in title game, August
    • CCFL men fall, women win two, November
    • CCFL men hold off Nazareth, January
    • CCFL men lay claim to first conference crown, February
    • CCFL men romp over RIT, women stumble twice, January
    • CCFL men top Broome, January
    • CCFL men's team rolls past Elmira, 83-64, January
    • CCFL suffers rare loss, January
    • CCFL unable to hold on to lead, lost in OT, December
    • CCFL wins Midstate tourney, February
    • CCFL's Pullen leads the way in semis, 113-90, February
    • Conference champs (photo Matt Colegrove), February
    • He's jammin' (photo Cory Anderson), March
    • Herkimer a big test for CCFL, February
    • Lakers avoid letdown, win, January
    • Lakers get home-court edge, February
    • Lakers go inside, win, January
    • Lakers have no time to brood over loss, January
    • Lakers lay claim to No. 1 by routing Jefferson (photo Dick Pullen), February
    • Lakers pound Brockport squad, 104-79, January
    • Lakers shock MCC, 91-86, in overtime (photo Nate Porter), December
    • Lakers sink OCC again, advance in Region III playoffs, February
    • Lakers tune up for big game, January
    • Lakers win at buzzer, January
    • Lakers win easily, January
    • Lakers' season comes to end at hands of top-seeded Herkimer, March
    • Men's recreation roundball tourney, November
    • Miller, Street lift CCFL men, December
    • Moore sees spark despite CCFL loss, December
    • Naz JVs run over CCFL, November
    • Pullen haunts his old college in 94-77 victory (photo Dick Pullen, Matt Colegrove), January
    • Rebound basket wins for Lakers, January
    • Red-hot Lakers rip Onondaga, 90-68 (photo Dick Pullen), January
    • Still good season for the CCFL men, March
    • Unstoppable or not, Lakers still too much for ranked OCC (photo Dick Pullen), January
  • Basketball - Women's
    • CCFL back in action, December
    • CCFL feels right at home, December
    • CCFL hangs on for 74-66 win, November
    • CCFL loses in OT to strong Jefferson, November
    • CCFL loses third straight, January
    • CCFL men fall, women win two, November
    • CCFL routs Erie C.C., 92-43 (photo Dee Dee Craig, Michelle Wells), January
    • CCFL women bank on strong recruiting class, November
    • CCFL women continue to roll by downing Corning 68-48, December
    • CCFL women end losing streak at 4, January
    • CCFL women in quarterfinals, February
    • CCFL women lose game, key player, January
    • CCFL women make foul shots when it counts, February
    • CCFL women roll in second half for win, January
    • CCFL women sweep, February
    • CCFL women upset, January
    • CCFL women win first this season, November
    • Comeback falls short for CCFL women, March
    • Finger Lakes a hot spot for recruiting [Mickey Record quoted], January
    • Freshmen lead CCFL win, December
    • Frustration continues for the CCFL women, January
    • Lady Lakers drop Genesee C.C., January
    • Lady Lakers extend hot streak, December
    • Lady Lakers fall after thrilling win (photo Paula Keith), March
    • Lady Lakers rebound to down Mohawk Valley, January
    • Lady Lakers set to host Region III tournament (photo Dee Dee Craig), February
    • Lady Lakers stay hot with lopsided win, December
    • Lady Lakers suffer fourth straight loss, January
    • Lady Lakers top Cayuga, November
    • Lady Lakers win twice, February
    • Lady Lakers win, set mark with 127 points, December
    • Laker women drop opener, November
    • Tourney brings stars to CCFL, February
    • Women's collegiate programs raid area for over 20 players, January
  • Cross Country
    • Binghamton upends CCFL harriers, October
    • CCFL cross country team in running for another national berth (photo Chris Ells, Doug Diver), October
    • CCFL harriers place sixth; cagers swept in twinbill (photo Mark Kiser), November
    • CCFL runners in third; Lady Lakers fall again, October
    • CCFL runners take 7th; soccer team in 6-1 rout, September
    • CCFL runs to 12th in Albany Invitational, October
    • CCFL runs to 8th, May
    • CCFL voted at national host in '92, November
    • Cross Country meet scheduled for CCFL, October
    • Finger Lakes Triathlon draws 200, May
    • Frosh must help for CCFL to regain championship form, August
    • Jr. Olympics cross country winners, November
    • Lady Lakers lose to Morrisville, 2-1; CCFL runners move to 3-0 in dual meets, September
    • Laker runners place 3rd, September
    • Lakers look to continue run to top (photos Stewart Van Buren, Phil Fahrenholz), August
    • Lakers run by Monroe, September
    • Lakers run to thirds in invitational, August
    • Lakers third in state, head to nationals, October
    • Long-range goal for CCFL team, May
    • Near sweep as CCFL runners defeat Cayuga, September
    • Runners romp over Cayuga; men's soccer team tips Erie, September
    • Splashdown (photo Rich Cole), November
    • Waterloo has memorable race, May
    • Young leads CCFL in marathon (photo Greg Young), May
  • Hall of Fame
    • Sports hall of fame inductees [John Wilbur and James Bullis], July
    • Wilbur, Bullis enter CCFL Hall of Fame, June
  • Soccer
    • Camp
      • CCFL to host soccer camp, July
      • Registrations taken for CCFL soccer camp, June
    • Men's
      • CCFL runners take 7th; soccer team in 6-1 rout, September
      • CCFL's men blast Niagara (photo Matt Hill), September
      • Keuka men win first, September
      • Lakers place second; men's soccer team falls, September
      • Runners romp over Cayuga; men's soccer team tips Erie, September
    • Women's
      • CCFL falls 1-0 to Alfred Tech, October
      • CCFL runners in third; Lady Lakers fall again, October
      • CCFL women's soccer team to be tested this season, September
      • Lady Lakers lose to Morrisville, 2-1; CCFL runners move to 3-0 in dual meets (photo Kelly Hudson), September
      • Lakers fall in opener, September
      • MCC drubs Lady Lakers, October
      • Score close, but not game in CCFL's loss, September
      • Unbeaten MCC blanks CCFL, 4-0, October
    • Softball
      • CCFL men, women handed lopsided doubleheader losses, April
      • CCFL women lose more than a game, April
      • CCFL women play better, lose 2, April
      • CCFL women rebound, May
      • Doubles losses for CCFL softball, April
      • Kuhn, Ellis lead CCFL to twinbill wins, April
      • Lady Lakers at best, April
      • Lady Lakers hope to improve on dreary 1990 softball season, April
      • Lakers open with two wins, April
      • Lakers sweep in softball finale, May
      • OCC has the formula to beat CCFL softball, April
      • Softball clinic, December
      • Sombathy named CCFL MVP, May
      • Spa Apts. takes CCFL Christmas crown [fundraiser], December
  • Tennis
    • Listing of tennis courts in Finger Lakes communities, May
  • Timber Sports
    • CCFL chops to top (photo Matt Karp, Scott Bingham), April
    • CCFL men and women both win (photo Tony Guerrerio of Dartmouth), April
    • CCFL to host Intercollegiate Woodsmen's competition, April
    • CCFL woodsmen aim for major fall titles, October
    • CCFL woodsmen built from scratch (photo Scott Bingham, Greg Muscato, Brett Battaglia), April
    • CCFL woodsmen teams finish third in Canada (photo Angela Burbott), November
    • CCFL woodsmen teams victorious (photo Kathy Kos), April
    • CCFL woodsmen's teams fare well at meet, November
    • Championship team attracts students (photo Kathy Kos, Erica Burbott), April
    • Chop, toss, roll - woodsmen's competition isn't easy work (photo Amy Mott, Matthew Karp, Dave Jewett, Leah Marshall), April
    • Logging in (photos Don Gross, Kathy Kos, Erika Burbott, Ann Berington, Amy Mott), April
    • Muscles and height aren't keys to success (photo Scott Bingham), April
    • US, Canadian college students in CCFL woodsman's competition, April
Statistics
  • College and universities (ranked by number of full-time students), November
Students
  • Awards [see also Financial Aid, scholarships]
    • 3 named outstanding adult students at CCFL [Sherry Kosienski, Louise (Tammy) Nelson, Joan Peck], May
    • Widmer's Honors Banquet
      • Banquet recognizes CCFL students, June
      • CCFL honors [Ruth M. Card, Edna Yackel, Pat Busby], May
  • Clubs
    • Art Club
      • Lithography demonstration, April
    • Conservation Club
      • Stewards of the Wilderness - by Marty Dodge (photos), August
  • Honor Societies
    • Phi Theta Kappa
      • 7 inducted in CCFL honor society, February
      • CCFL honor society names new members, October
      • CCFL honors society inducts new members, October
      • CCFL student leads Phi Theta Kappa (photo Theresa J. Fisher), April
      • CCFL students named to honor society, March
      • Elected PTK VP [Theresa J. Fisher], April
      • Ellis elected [Jeff Ellis elected region program secretary], April
      • Honor society [Sherri Ann Baylor], March
      • In the running [Theresa J. Fisher, for national vice presidency of the Phi Theta Kappa New England Middle States region], January
      • State awards, April
      • Students honored [Theresa Fisher, Jeffrey Ellis], October
      • The Angel tree at CCFL, November
  • Newspaper
    • Welcome back!, October
  • Students
    • Addante, Lisa
      • Addante-McFadden (photo) [Richard McFadden is alum], August
    • Archer, Tricia
      • To college (photo), June
    • Avedisian, Scott
      • To college (photo), June
    • Bacon, Sarah Kay
      • Bacon-Bolles (photo) [Jonathan Cory Bolles also student], July
    • Barrington, Anne
      • Two CCFL graduates join Peace Corps, June
      • Two CCFL graduates volunteer for Peace Corps, June
      • Woman tells mother she will stay in Haiti, September
    • Bouwens, John
      • Wed in candle light ceremony (photo), November
    • Brown, Connie Marie
      • Brown-Minier (photo) [Richard L. Minier II also student], July
      • To college (photo), July
    • Bullock, Chad
      • To college (photo), May
    • Bulman, Gloria D.
      • To college (photo), August
    • Calnon, Rebecca
      • To college (photo), August
    • Catalano, Melissa A.
      • To college (photo), June
    • Champlin, Dana Marie
      • To college (photo), August
    • Clark, Heather
      • Rotary honoree (photo), April
    • Clark, Stacey Lee
      • Clark-Phillips (photo), May
    • Crombach, Earl
      • To college (photo), August
    • Cummings, Janette Lyn
      • Engaged (photo), February
    • Dancause, Denise Marilyn
      • Dancause-Canfield, April
      • Dancause-Canfield (photo), April
    • Davis, Jason
      • To college (photo), July
    • Day, Shari A.
      • Day-Vaughn (photo), August
    • Deisering, Craig
      • Entering CCFL, July
      • To college, June
    • Denson, Heather L.
      • Engaged (photo), July
    • Eddinger, James
      • To college (photo), June
    • Ellis, Jeffrey
      • . . . awarded Honors Scholar Certificate, November
    • Fenn, Noel
      • Tree recyclers pack mall, December
    • Fernaays, Amy Lynn
      • Engagement announced (photo), March
    • Ficcaglia, Tara
      • To college (photo), June
    • Foy, Erin
      • To college (photo), July
    • Gillmor, Judy Lynn
      • Gillmor-Vanderhoof [Matthew D. Vanderhoof is alum], September
    • Godley, Kimberly Anne
      • Engaged (photo), July
    • Harvey, Shannon C.
      • To college (photo), July
    • Hauss, Stacey J.
      • Engaged (photo), June
    • Johnson, Jeffrey L.
      • To college (photo), July
    • Konarzewski, Benjamin J.
      • In conservation, June
    • Litzenberger, Carina Ann
      • Litzenberger-Bennett [Eric T. Bennett is alum], November
    • Mateo, Cataline
      • To college (photo), June
    • Miller, Sherry L.
      • Engaged (photo), January
      • Miller-Kayn (photo), December
    • Minier, Richard L.
      • To college (photo), August
    • Mott, Amy
      • Two CCFL graduates join Peace Corps, June
      • Two CCFL graduates volunteer for Peace Corps, June
    • Naragon, Evelyn
      • Engaged (photo), August
    • Nellis, Cathy A.
      • Engaged (photo), August
    • Orbaker, Michelle Marie
      • Engaged (photo), November
    • Palmer, Karen
      • To college (photo), June
    • Pestle, Mary
      • Teen talk - Should school officials have control over student newspapers? (photo), December
    • Popielarcyzk, Timothy
      • Study program helps area man graduate (photo), February
    • Pulver, Kimberly
      • To college (photo), July
    • Rice, Maureen
      • To college (photo), July
    • Richardson, Chadwick
      • To college (photo), June
    • Schilling, A. Leigh
      • Career scholarship winner announced (photo), April
    • Seabury, Shannon M.
      • To college (photo), July
    • Sergent, Brian L.
      • To college (photo), July
    • Sharpe, David J.
      • Smith-Sharpe (photo), May
    • Siler, Jeffrey
      • obituary, August
    • Smith, Jennifer Lynne
      • Engaged (photo) [Scott Lee Sennett also student], February
    • Smith, Melinda
      • To college (photo), January
    • Swift, Amy
      • Amy Swift and David Palumbo (photo), December
      • To Oswego [Amy Lin Colf, Leelannee M. Peck, Benjamin Todd Pursell and Laurie Kay Scharles], September
    • VanAuke, John
      • Canandaigua Emergency Squad: sacrificing time to save lives (photo), May
    • Weigert, Kim
      • Canandaigua Emergency Squad: sacrificing time to save lives (photo), May
    • Weisbeck, Anne
      • To college (photo), June
    • Wheeler, Michael A.
      • To college (photo), May
    • White, Lew
      • White CCFL's second Academic All-American (photo), June
    • Williams, Pamela
      • To college (photo), August
    • Wilson, Kimberly
      • Wilson-Delforte (photo) [Nicodem Delforte also student], September
SUNY
  • Aid hike recommended for community colleges, October
  • Applications up, April
  • Campus closings coming?, January
  • College newspaper publisher claims legislative pressure, April
  • Comm. colleges link education, economy - Letters to the editor - Mel Miller, November
  • Concern over education cuts, February
  • Editorial - Cuomo record pathetic - Tom Vierhile, February
  • Enrollment at SUNY falls slightly - but community colleges get record number of students, November
  • Henderson: Community Colleges have gained acceptance, stature (photo John T. Henderson), December
  • Mel Miller examines future of NY's community colleges, November
  • Public colleges post biggest tuition increase in eight years, October
  • Some SUNY officials got pay raises amid fiscal woes, May
  • SUNY closings are threatened, November
  • SUNY leaders want more funds, September
  • SUNY may shrink to balance its budget, December
  • SUNY plan would set standards - Trustees are asked to push more tests, September
  • SUNY studies switch to trimester schedule, December
  • Tentative education restorations agreed on, May

T

Transfer
  • CCFL and SUNY Brockport develop new agreement, October
  • CCFL transfer agreement [Niagara University], July
Tuition
  • CCFL hikes tuition, July
  • Colleges boost fees over $20,000 mark, March
  • Local colleges facing tuition increases, March
  • Major tuition change may be forthcoming, February
  • SUNY tuition raised, June
  • SUNY tuition to vary in latest plan, January
  • Trustees approve $300 CCFL tuition hike, June