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1992

A

Accreditation
  • FLCC is approved for 10-year accreditation, August
Admissions
  • Checking out colleges [Newfane High School], November
  • FLCC to host "College Night," September
Advisory Committees
  • Hospitality
    • Hospitality group includes local residents, May
    • Kidd appointed to CCFL's Hospitality Advisory group, May
Alumni
  • Baker, Terry L.
    • Baker-Boutwell (photo), July
  • Barker, Brenda J.
    • Brenda J. Barker and Brian M. Carpenter [also alum] (photo), December
  • Barone, Joseph
    • Barone, Flook united in marriage (photo), September
  • Basmajian, Brian
    • Basmajian-Mancini (photo), December
  • Bell, Rodney Dillon
    • Goerke-Bell (photo), May
  • Biear, Frank
    • Guitarist Kinloch Nelson to entertain at coffeehouse, July
  • Bills, Timothy F.
    • Deputies Bills and Peck, partners in town patrol (photos), September
  • Bitonti, Beth
    • Bitonti appointed to position (photo), January
  • Bolinsky, Christina Marie
    • Bolinsky-DeCook (photo), January
  • Bordwell, Bruce
    • On dean's list (photo), May
  • Bowman, Kimberly Ann
    • Bowman-Van Damme (photo), June
  • Brophy, Mary A. [correct first name?]
    • College graduate, June
  • Bryant, Michael Scott
    • Gayhart-Bryant (photo), July
  • Buckley, Krista
    • Keep the kids busy - that's the job of the Marion summer Recreation program staff (photo), July
    • Recreation program ends today, July
  • Buddenhagen, Debbie Lee
    • Buddenhagen-Kemp (photo), November
  • Budgeon, Heidi L.
    • Budgeon-Burns (photo), December
  • Burrows, Patti A.
    • Hold outdoor ceremony (photo), July
    • Patti A. Burrows and Michael A. Pembroke (photo), July
  • Bussey, Jerry
    • Dancers tie, July
  • Campbell, Patricia Ann
    • Engaged [Matthew John Deisering also alum] (photo), November
  • Christensen, Kay Eileen
    • College graduate, June
  • Clarke, Timothy William
    • Erskine-Clarke (photo), August
  • Commisso, Joseph M.
    • Stonebraker-Commisso (photo), May
  • Coon, Vanessa Lin
    • Yates residents join Army, September
  • Cornett, Kathleen Marie
    • Cornett-DiBenedetto (photo), December
  • Cox, Dawn Victoria
    • Oakland Methodist Church scene of Cox and Palmateer wedding [Kurt Palmateer also CCFL alum] (photo), August
  • Culver-Dlugosh, Patty
    • Respiratory Therapist speaks to Pal-Mac middle schoolers (photo), January
  • Dancause, Denise M.
    • Dancause-Canfield (photo), June
  • Davis, Mindy
    • Graduated (photo), December
  • DeLucca, Pamela A.
    • Stephen H. Grant [also alum] and Pamela A. DeLucca (photo), December
  • Derby, Ruth
    • Derby-Walters (photo), September
  • Devendorf, Kathleen Anne
    • Devendorf-Brooks (photo), February
  • Dillon, Bobbie
    • PR firm opens Farmington office, May
  • Donlon, Troy R.
    • Marianna Heinrich and Troy R. Donlon (photo), November
  • Doyle, Patrick
    • NYSEG promotes Doyle, September
  • Ellis, Carol Noelle
    • Ellis-Grover (photo), September
  • Ellis, Tim
    • Statesmen hope trip to Germany inspires successful season, August
  • Elmendorf, Cheryl
    • Cheryl Elmendorf LaCelle (photo), October
  • Erickson, Dan
    • Forest owners meeting, March
  • Fisher, Cheryl
    • Fisher-Francese (photo), November
  • Freer, Jack H. Jr.
    • Moore-Freer (photo), May
  • Fuchs, Kathleen
    • Church's youth minister takes supervisory post, July
  • Fulton, Kristin Marie
    • Fulton-Salotti [Michael Todd Salotti also alum] (photo), October
  • Garver, Michelle Marie
    • Garver-Couse (photo), March
  • George, Eileen
    • Carving out a living - carpenter constructs displays (photo), December
  • Gibbs, Stacy
    • Whitney, Gibbs are married, June
  • Gillis, Marlene
    • Gillis-Golden (photo), May
    • Marlene Gillis and Andrew Golden (photo), June
  • Graham, Kristine
    • Graham-Grabovsky (photo), February
  • Grau, Kandace
    • Voice, piano concert planned for Spa chapel, March
  • Gwilt, Stuart A. Jr.
    • Zapisek-Gwilt (photo), December
  • Habecker, Kimberly A.
    • Habecker-Hill wedding (photo), October
    • Mark T. Hill and Kimberly A. Habecker (photo), October
  • Hansen, Leslee
    • Graduate (photo), July
  • Hartson, Michael
    • Bronston-Hartson (photo), July
  • Heckman, Bill
    • He's a horticulturist, naturally, January
  • Herendeen, Sean P.
    • Sean P. Herendeen and Kathryn A. Scheele (photo), November
  • Hodgeman, Deanne L.
    • Hodgeman-Kolodziejski (photo), June
  • Holmes, Gerry
    • Dancers defeat Flyers, July
  • Hoppough, Robert
    • SUNY Brockport (photo), June
  • Humphrey, Todd M.
    • Cass-Humphrey (photo), July
  • Jensen, Rose
    • Cancer is the focus of S&S seminar, April
  • Jewett, Dave
    • Area lumberjack gets competitive edge (photo), July
  • Johnson, David
    • Patti Lynn Motz and David Johnson (photo), July
  • Johnson, Joel Todd
    • Holmes-Johnson (photo), December
  • Johnson, Larry
    • Ultrafab owner earns state business award, October
  • Johnston, David
    • Motz-Johnston (photo), June
  • Justino, Melissa Ann
    • Justino-Dailey [David Allen Dailey also alum] (photo), October
  • Kaltenbacher, Julie Anne
    • Kaltenbacher-Lynd, May
  • Keith, Brenda
    • Brenda Keith graduates with honors, June
  • Keith, Paula
    • Lady Card reloaded, ready to go, January
  • Kemp, Marcia Ann
    • Engaged (photo), August
  • Kikkert, James W.
    • Engaged (photo Julie Ann Russell), April
    • Russell-Kikkert (photo), October, September
  • Killian, Sara R.
    • Killian-Johnson (photo), December
  • Kinney, Jodi Michelle
    • Kinney-Konarzewski (photo), March
  • Knapp, Michael James
    • Yazwinski-Knapp (photo), November
  • Kokinos, Denise
    • Mrs. Long (photo), October
  • Landschoot, Amy Christine
    • Landschoot-D'Angelo (photo), October
  • Lang, Cindy
    • Promoted (photo), January
    • Promotions, January
  • Langan, Judith Ann
    • Langan-Conklin (photo), June
  • Langan, Michael David
    • Cotter-Langan (photo), December
  • Laws, Julie Ann
    • Laws-Boncaro (photo), October
  • LiDestri, Carmine J.
    • Christine M. Arnold and Carmine J. LiDestri (photo), June
  • Locke, Ralph
    • An usual path to the priesthood (photo), May
  • Logan, Donna
    • Logan joins Four Seasons staff (photo), June
  • Long, Karen
    • S&S nurses honored at ceremony (photo), June
  • Lyon, Daniel J.
    • Hensler-Lyon (photo), March
  • Mack, Daniel R.
    • Stallmer-Mack, October
  • Mackes, Karen A.
    • Andrew H. French and Karen A. Mackes (photo), September
  • MacLachlan, Elissa
    • Completes degree, March
  • Macri, Michael V.
    • To Brockport (photo), May
  • MacTaggart, John A.
    • Yvonne M. Pryzbye, John A. MacTaggart (photo), September
  • Martin, Denee J.
    • New position (photo), April
  • McCall, Lisa Ann
    • Engaged (photo), April
    • McCall-Livermore (photo), July
  • McClendon, M. Scott
    • . . . will transfer to the University of Leeds, January
  • McCloy, Janice
    • McCloy-Colf (photo), August
  • Meenan, Jean
    • Canandaigua resident receives accounting award, March
  • Meinzer, Roger
    • Mrs. Meinzer (photo), September
  • Meyer, Chadwick
    • Dressing-Meyer (photo), November
  • Meyer, Pat
    • Watercolor donated by grateful library patron, January
  • Michielsen, Bob
    • Michielsen continues lifelong work at Bath's CorGas (photo), January
  • Miller, Laura Jo
    • Miller-Smith [Steven Jared Smith also alum] (photo), September
  • Miller, Todd H.
    • Burns-Miller (photo), August
  • Morrell, Erik
    • Victor's Morrell finds success at Fisher, March
  • Mourer, Roberta Ann
    • Mourer-Dixon (photo), April
  • Newman, Aaron R.
    • FLCC [dean's list], June
  • Nicastro, Patricia Ann
    • Nicastro-Lawrence (photo), September
  • Niver, Angela
    • Angela Niver, Ted Cox (photo), September
    • Niver and Cox announce engagement (photo), October
  • O'Connor, T.J.
    • Moose Lodge grants $10,000 in scholarships, July
    • Palmyra Moose awards special scholarship (photo), August
    • Scholarship winner not your usual grad (photo), July
  • Oas, Dawn
    • Oas, Fisher to be wed [Stephen Fisher FLCC student], August
  • Padgham, Hector
    • Boutwell-Padgham (photo), October
  • Parker, Susan L.
    • Parker, Schwingle exchange vows (photo), June
  • Peck, Richard
    • Deputies Bills and Peck, partners in town patrol (photos), September
  • Pelchar, Wayne G. Jr.
    • Gill, Pelchar to wed (photo), September
  • Perry, Lori Jean
    • Engaged (photo), April
  • Phillips, Vanessa
    • Scholarship recipient (photo), April
  • Pickard, Luralynn
    • Luralynn Pickard to wed June 20 (photo), March
  • Pickering, Matthew D.
    • Weimer, Pickering (photo), August
  • Pierce, Brian
    • Pierce on baseball team at Mansfield, March
  • Pietropaolo, Mark
    • Senglaub-Pietropaolo, March
  • Pisciotti, Judy A.
    • NYSEG names two to new posts (photo), November
  • Poplaski, Chester J.
    • Poplaski named technical assistant (photo), August
  • Poth, Wayne
    • Brown among EAA's statistical leaders, March
    • Former CCFL players among top shooters, January
  • Quetchenbach, Jennifer
    • Scholarship winner, June
  • Rauber, Daniel Hunt
    • Rauber and Bley wed in St. Mary's church (photo), October
  • Reynolds, Ken
    • Wayland duo to open for Juice Newton (photo), July
  • Rhodes, Shelley L.
    • Rhodes-Root (photo), October
  • Rice, Francis "Chip"
    • Warminsky-Rice, February
  • Rolfe, Steven
    • September wedding is announced (photo), August
  • Rosbrook, Pamela Lynne
    • Rosbrook-Van Maaren (photo), September
  • Santo, John Anthony
    • Colf-Santo, August
  • Sapp, Darryl Samuel
    • Beman-Sapp (photo), August
  • Scalise, Michael K.
    • Avery-Scalise (photo), June
  • Schoenthaler, David Scott
    • Gifford-Schoenthaler (photo), June
  • Sculli, Michael D.
    • Kise-Sculli, July
  • Shepard, Julie Anne
    • Shepard-Spike [Jon Walter Spike also alum] (photo), September
  • Shoemaker, Jeffrey J.
    • Padilla-Shoemaker, January
  • Silliman, Bruce
    • Sandford-Silliman (photo), April
  • Sindoni, Philip E.
    • Julie M. Pane and Philip E. Sindoni (photo), December
  • Smith, Lisa Jo
    • Smith-Blakesley (photo), September
  • Snyder, Craig
    • Romba Zomba (photo), March
  • Stilwell, Barry
    • Engaged (photo Cinnamon Radke), May
  • Struzik, Conrad Anthony
    • Liberio-Struzik, October
  • Stumbo, Deanna R.
    • Deanna R. Stumbo and Russell F. Wohlschlegel (photo), October
    • Stumbo-Wohlschlegel (photo), August
  • Taylor, Kimberly Jo
    • Taylor-Ferguson (photo), July
  • Thacker, Cheryl Ann
    • Thacker-Taber (photo), November
  • Thompson, Robert K.
    • Crista A. Fortner and Robert K. Thompson (photo), November
    • Fortner-Thompson (photo), November
  • Tiaskkun, Lynn Marie
    • Tiaskkun-Wright (photo), November
  • Todd, Julie
    • Todd to wed Bishop [Michael Bishop also student] (photo), July
  • Toole, Margaret M.
    • Toole-Newland (photo), April
  • Tyler, Kathleen
    • Tyler joins Carey firm (photo), October
  • VanDemortel, Michael K.
    • Earns B.S. degree (photo), July
  • Vedora, Thomas P.
    • Amy M. Gushlaw (photo), September
  • Venter, Michelle J.
    • Michelle J. Venter and Tracy T. Savard [also alum] (photo), November
    • Savard-Venter (photo), November
  • Wade, Kandy Lee
    • Wade-Rossiter (photo), October
  • Warden, E.J.
    • Dancers tie, July
  • Wells, Melissa
    • Wells-Carson, January
  • White, Louis
    • Engaged (photo), February
  • White, Mary Lou
    • Naples elects write-in mayor, June
  • Woznick, Judith Ann
    • Engaged (photo), January
  • Zaepfel, Jennifer
    • Brown among EAA's statistical leaders, March
    • Former CCFL players among top shooters, January
    • Zaepfel top rookie pick, February
  • Zwick, Candace
    • . . . has been awarded a $5,000 scholarship, January
Alumni Association
  • A career blossoms - with children gone, a woman turns to her interest in horticulture (photo Jessie Woodward), June
Arts
  • Circus
    • Fun weekend in store - weather permitting, July
  • Drama
    • Look Back in Anger
      • ad, November
      • Drama of youthful protest staged by community college (photo Todd Ackerman, Doug Sloth, Sheri Coe, Sunny VanDeWater), November
      • FLCC presents, November
      • FLCC theatre department to perform 'Look Back in Anger,' October
      • In rehearsal (photo Tod Ackerman, Doug Sloth, Sheri Coe, Sunny VanDeWater), November
    • Murder on the Nile
      • A dramatic scene (photo Leslie Bridgewater, Nancy Lee), March
      • Ship on the Nile cruises to murder, March
  • Exhibits
    • Abeles, Sigmund
      • 'Max Drawings,' January
      • . . . will host an artist reception, January
    • Faculty
      • Art from and for all ages (photos), April
      • CCFL faculty art (photo work by John Fox), April
      • CCFL faculty art exhibit opens Friday, March
      • Gallery spotlight will shine on CCFL faculty, April
    • Henehan, Christine
      • FLCC exhibit opens Friday, November
      • Henehan to exhibit paintings at FLCC Gallery 34, December
    • Insalaco, Thomas
      • Art on exhibit, September
      • Award-winning art on display at FLCC, September
      • Choices, September
      • Insalaco's "Tribute" on exhibit at FLCC's Gallery 34, September
    • McDannel, Neal
      • CCFL alumnus displays work, February
      • McDannel shows art at CCFL, March
    • Witkin, Christian Ryder
      • 'Street photographs' Photographer spends hours roaming the streets, looking for real people whose faces appeal to him (photos), October
      • 'Street photographs, New York City' on exhibit at FLCC fine arts Gallery 34, October
      • Faces from the streets (photos), November
  • FLPAC
    • Kicking off summer with the Beach Boys at Finger Lakes, June
  • Poetry
    • Poetry and music on tap in Naples (photo Kinloch Nelson), July
    • Poetry reading [Josephine Clare], April
    • The wall crumbles - and a photographer and poet react to what they witnessed . . . (photo Charlotte Cooper and Gina Murtagh), April
  • Programs at FLCC, November
  • Spring Arts Festival
    • ad, April
    • Music and more offered at CCFL Spring Arts Festival, May

B

Board of Supervisors
  • Chairman calls joint meeting with workers [discussion of role of sponsorship of college], March
  • Hicks to get review - administrator's post evaluated by county panel, July
  • Iannopollo gets the nod [Clyde Beebe named liaison to FLCC], December
  • Setting example [health insurance], October
Board of Trustees
  • CCFL board elections (photo Gail Love, Patrick Burns, Philip Oestreich), January
  • CCFL board of trustees elects officers for 1992 [Gail D. Love, Patrick S. Burns, Philip Oestreich], January
  • CCFL trustees elect officers [Gail Love, Patrick S. Burns, Philip Oestreich], May
  • Trustees
    • Bigham, William
      • Finger Lakes United Cerebral Palsy Inc.-Happiness House, November
    • Brown, Lyle C.
      • Brown named to FLCC board, October
      • Brown reappointed as FLCC trustee, December
      • Finger Lakes community college reappointed for a nine-year term, December
      • FLCC trustee reappointed by Cuomo (photo), October
    • Langer, Nancy
      • . . . elected vice president of Association of Boards of Trustees of Community Colleges (photo), November
      • Bristol's new lot-size plan panned, June
      • FLCC trustee returned to office by group (photo), October
Budget
  • Budget ax may hit jail, CCFL, March
  • Budget concerns growing, January
  • CCFL seeks aid, February
  • Community colleges grapple with state cutbacks, August
  • Cuomo plan crunches area colleges, January
  • Few 'member items' headed for Finger Lakes, May
  • FLCC board passes $17 million budget, June
  • FLCC looks to state for help, October
  • SUNY eyes hike in budget, tuition, September
  • Trustee says college should get more [from Ontario County], June
  • USA's colleges learning to live with less, August
Buildings and Grounds
  • Bell Tower
    • Donation is music to college's ears - FLCC students give $10,000 to fix bell tower's chimes, October
    • FLCC chimes will peal after two-year silence (photo), November
  • Bids awarded for CCFL work, April
  • Cafeteria
    • What's the buzz at the college cafe?, September
  • Campus Safety
    • More power sought for campus cops, July
    • Stiffer laws on drinking at FLCC, November
    • SUNY no longer shields campus crime suspects, August
    • Tipping fee, grants top county agenda [alcoholic beverage ban at FLCC], December
  • Expansion
    • . . . ribbon-cutting ceremony (photo James Peer, Gail Love, Dr. Daniel Hayes), November
    • A different look greets FLCC students (photos), August
    • Appointments delayed for county ethics panel, February
    • FLCC celebrates $7.3 M expansion, November
    • For FLCC: new name, new look (photos), September
  • FLPAC
    • Board bans booze - but only in shell's parking lots; it's still sold on the grounds, May
    • CCFL oks alcohol ban, April
    • CCFL wants to ban alcohol at some shell concerts, April
    • City of Canandaigua is 'the chosen place' for 12,000, March
    • County discusses FLCC alcohol ban, May
    • Crime-rate decline noted, June
    • FLPAC may put cork in pre-concert tailgating, April
    • New law allows beer and wine at most shell shows, May
    • Supervisors split on proposed concert shell alcohol ban, April
    • Victor graduates celebrate (photo), July
    • Wayne graduation date, place changed, May
  • Music Monitoring and Recording System
    • Board OK's $62,000 extra for project, February
    • CCFL music system plan annoys some on board, January
    • Cost of CCFL music studios rankles committee, January
  • Renovations nearly finished [bookstore, registrar, and bursar], July
  • Roads
    • 4 big road projects set over 5 years, July
  • Roof
    • County approves $1.1 million for recycling storage center, August
  • Smoking Policy
    • College's smoking ban brings student protest, May
    • Smoking lounge to be set at CCFL, May
  • Sunshine break (photo), September

C

Careers
  • Job readiness seminar Saturday, March
  • Seven grads are honored at CCFL [from Career Resource Center], March
Closings
  • Winter's back!, March
Commencement
  • 20 years after taking first course, woman to graduate with honors (photo Kathleen Comella), May
  • CCFL to hold commencement ceremony May 31, May
  • Commencement plans announced, June
  • Finger Lakes Community College Graduates, July
  • FLCC announces graduates, June
  • FLCC graduation set for Sunday, May
  • Gleason graduates from FLCC - Grandmother continues studies at Geneseo (photo), June
  • Graduates honor retiring president, May
  • Graduation 1992, June
  • Meder showered with accolades at graduation (photo), May
  • Vietnamese refugee's promise comes true (photo Dianna Bui, Flavia Frost), May
Conferences and Workshops
  • Alcohol, Drug, and Addiction Awareness
    • "Addiction and AIDS - Double Jeopardy" concludes CCFL series on addiction, April
    • 5-part counseling program at CCFL, March
    • CCFL series on alcoholism, March
    • CCFL to address mood altering drugs, April
    • College schedules "Addiction" program, March
  • Americans with Disabilities Act
    • Architect's seminars explain new act, January
    • CCFL to host video conference series explaining the American Disabilities Act and its affect on design and building industries, January
  • Career for Women
    • CCFL offers free workshop for career women, February
  • Child Abuse
    • Child abuse program set, February
  • Math
    • FLCC to host math workshop, July
  • Reading
    • Reading group plans spring workshop, March
  • Recycling
    • Free workshop, July
  • Technology Bound
    • Technology bound workshops planned, January
    • Wanted: interested students to become tomorrow's scientists (photos Aimee Kalvass, Elizabeth McGrath, Nicole Cassier), January
  • Teleconferences
    • Teleconference on offices set, March
Courses and Programs
  • Adult Literacy
    • CCFL courses, January
  • Art History
    • Women in Art course offered, January
  • BOCES
    • BOCES registration, August
    • BOCES signups scheduled, January
    • FLCC, BOCES offer courses, July
    • Medical course [medical transcription], April
  • Chemical Dependency Counseling
    • Chemical dependency program upgraded, June
    • Enforcement affiliation agreement, June
    • State approves FLCC degree program, June
  • Community Education
    • Backyard History
      • 'History of the Finger Lakes Region' title of new course at CCFL [Dr. Marvin Rapp], April
      • . . . offering a new course called 'backyard history,' April
      • History class at Tubman house, April
      • Local history course offered at CCFL by experts in field, May
    • Basic video, August, September
    • Bird Watching
      • CCFL to offer introduction to bird watching, April
      • Introduction to bird watching, April
    • CCFL offers Spring personal enrichment courses, January
    • CCFL set schedule for enrichment courses, February
    • CCFL sets many enrichment courses, April
    • CCFL to offer child abuse identification and reporting course, April, March
    • CCFL to offer credit free course on good skin care, April
    • Child Abuse Recognition
      • "Child Abuse Identification," September
      • Child abuse ID course, November
    • College for Living
      • ARC offering clients more choice since its doors opened in 1976 (photo Stephen Skordy), March
      • Jennie Snyder: A recipe for success (photo), January
      • Yates ARC poster person named (photo Jennie Synder), February
    • Country western dancing class, December
    • Edible plants, April
    • Enrichment & professional courses - ad, August
    • FLCC courses, September
    • FLCC lists non-credit courses for January, December
    • FLCC offer Spanish for businesses and banking services course, July
    • FLCC sign language course to begin January 5, December
    • FLCC summer French conversational course, June
    • FLCC to offer basic video taping techniques, December
    • French course, July
    • Furniture history course, October
    • Kid's College
      • ad, June
      • CCFL Kid's College at two sites, May
      • Sharpen soccer skills, boogie with bugs, try arts and crafts or sew a seam at CCFL Kids' College, May
    • Landscape design, January
    • Needlepoint course offered, December
    • Sales, canoeing, biking, 'Senior Summer' are planned at CCFL, May
    • Senior Courses
      • FLCC offers summer personal enrichment course for sr. citizens, June
      • FLCC will offer classes for seniors, July
    • Sign language course scheduled, March
    • Understanding Adolescents
      • Credit-free CCFL courses offered, April
    • Video course, October
    • Writing
      • Feature writing course is offered, April
  • Computers
    • Computer training revised at CCFL, March
  • Conservation
    • A wildlife rehabilitator will talk . . . [Paul Schnell], March
    • Conservation Field Days helps students learn by experience (photo Brian Fisher and students), September
    • DEC schedules meetings to discuss future of moose, July
    • Deer season - another bountiful herd for hunters, November
    • Demonstrations, exhibits are offered during Safe Boating Day, June
    • FLCC profs present papers, December
    • Groups plan day to save hatchery [Powder Mills Park], May
    • Outlet cleanup plan to begin, November
    • Preserving nature's way [nature path], December
    • Six from FLCC speak at paper session [Bruce Gilman, Jean Bruns, Margaret Gebhart, Lauren Elaine Geibel, Frank Smith, Scott Schicker], November
    • White pelican photo (photo), June
  • Criminal Justice
    • Area student walks police beat (photo including Jim Ryan), November
    • Credit for walking a beat, November
    • Poor economy may have kept drivers off road [student helped in STOP-DWI program], April
    • Underage buyer gets 'no sales' of liquor, May
  • Day care
    • Child caregiver training sessions, January
  • Developmental Studies
    • Academic Support Center
      • 'Rare finds' uncovered at VA (photo Dorothy Ralston, Frank Jones), May
  • EMT
    • EMT courses, July
    • Take an EMT course in Newark, June
  • ESL
    • CCFL to offer English as a Second Language, January
    • Class for non-English speakers planned at Newark, April
    • FLCC to offer free "English as a second language course," August
  • GED
    • CCFL to offer high school equivalency courses, January
    • FLCC offers free high school equivalency courses, August
    • Prayers answered, graduation's the goal (photo Belinda Crucitti), September
  • Honors
    • Nation's diversity is topic for seminar, January
  • Horticulture
    • Backyard design on the leading edge (photo Ken Hill), December
    • FLCC to offer computerized landscape design course, December
    • Landscaping exhibits part of Greater Rochester Flower and Garden Show, February
    • Penfield businesses to exhibit at flower, garden show, February
  • Institute
    • County plans quality management program, November
    • FLCC program for entrepreneurs, July
    • Making excellence happen - ad (photo), November
    • Program helps women, minorities launch firms (photo Antoinette Infurna), May
    • Quality is topic at session for business, school leaders, January
    • Start your own business with help from the Institute, July
    • Start your own business! - ad, November
  • Law Enforcement
    • Agreement; Finger Lakes law enforcement & FLCC, June
    • Credits added for police course, June
  • Mechanical and Electrical Technology
    • FLCC offers intergraph training, July
    • FLCC will offer training in Intergraph, July
  • Nursing
    • CCFL initiates waiting list for nursing students, April
    • CCFL plans courses for nursing exam, April
    • Interest in health profession careers causes CCFL to receive significant increase in nursing applications, April
    • Nursing recruitment day set at FLCC, October
    • RN courses, November
    • RN testing courses offered, November
    • Thompson forum considers ethical medical questions [Terri Folts and Laura Burgess], April
  • Science
    • Inner city kids spend a day at rural college (photos Frank Smith and students), April
    • School 2 pupils get early peek at what life's like on college campus (photo Scott Clouis, Antoian Parria, Tim Williams), April
  • Summer School
    • ad, July
    • CCFL to offer summer Jr. and Sr. high school courses, June
    • FLCC announces date for regents exams, July
  • Tech-Prep
    • Consortium established in area - Program may help create job opportunities, July
    • Consortium of Tech-Prep, July
    • Technology group formed, August
    • The business of education - local schools and industry forging bonds to ensure a competitive work force, August
  • Telecourses
    • CCFL announces Spring Telecourses, January
    • FLCC plans five TV courses for semester, August
    • FLCC to offer fall telecourses, August
    • Learning at home - TV acts as teacher for long-distance college classes (photo Byron Kinney), February
    • Nine-week telecourse [marriage & family], May
    • Telecourse set on marriage, June
    • TV seminars, March
  • Theatre
    • 'Star Search' of sorts is coming to FLCC, October
    • Straight teeth, charm named star qualities, October
Crime
  • Angry, anxious crowd at CCFL forum discusses methods of combating rape (photo), February
  • CCFL student abducted, attacked, January
  • Editorial - Time to legalize Mace, February
  • Taking back the night - CCFL responds to attack (photo), January
  • Woman attacked while leaving CCFL campus, January

D

Day Care Center
  • Despite growth in demand, centers struggle for stability (photo), June
  • Low pay means high staff turnover, June
Dean's List
  • 14 Farmington students on CCFL fall 1991 dean's list, February
  • Area students on list, January
  • CCFL announces dean's list, January
  • Dean's list, February, October
  • Dean's list announced at Finger Lakes, June
  • FLCC announces dean's list, July
  • National students included in the National Dean's List, November
  • Several named to CCFL dean's list, June

E

Empire State College
  • College info, July
  • Empire College info session, April
Enrollment
  • College breaks enrollment record, November
  • Colleges seeing more students but less money, July
  • Fewest Brockport freshmen in years, May
  • FLACRA plans halfway house, July
  • FLCC numbers jump (photo commencement), November
  • Jamming junior colleges, April
Events
  • 25th Anniversary
    • ad, June
  • Alcohol Awareness Week
    • Alcohol Awareness Week set at FLCC, October
    • FLCC pursues 'Positive Choices' during Alcohol Awareness Week, October
  • Baseball Card Show
    • Baseball card show & sale, November
    • Joe Altobelli to visit FLCC for card show, November
    • Third annual baseball card show & sale at FLCC, October
  • Black History Month
    • Athlete turned artist tells his story (photo Calvin Hubbard), February
    • DAP, Rochester area rap group - ad, January
    • Finger Lakes plans Black History month, January
    • Here is a sampling of regional Black History Month activities (photo sculptor Calvin Hubbard), January
    • Poet Arlette Miller Smith will read at CCFL Feb. 27 (photo), February
    • Sculptor to give lecture Feb. 12 at CCFL [Calvin Hubbard], January
  • Business Symposium
    • FLCC lists winners, June
    • FLCC symposium on business, June
    • Junior farmers reap harvest - Wayne vocational students win awards, July
    • Local students partake in Business Symposium, July
  • Community College Week
    • Community college week revs up for fourth year, February
  • Math Contest
    • Mynderse students win math contest ribbons, June
    • VHS wins college math contest, June
    • Winners named in math contest, June
  • Open House
    • FLCC introduces area employers to valuable source of personnel, October
    • Human Resources Committee, September
    • Open house for personnel officers, October
  • Parent's Day
    • FLCC slates annual parent's day, September
    • Parent's Day, October
  • Science Olympics
    • 10 compete in Science Olympics, January
    • FLCC announces winners of annual Science Olympics, December
    • Livonia takes science award, December
    • Marion finishes second in Science Olympics, December
    • Science games, November
    • Science Olympics are December 4, November
    • Science Olympics tests academic prowess (photo), November
    • Science squad places first (photo Livonia high school science team), December
    • Students learn at Science Olympics, December
    • Students match wits at FLCC (photos), November
Extension Centers
  • Geneva
    • Geneva CCFL center won't move soon, February
    • Geneva's journey, May
  • Newark
    • ad, February, May
    • BOCES opens second career help center, March
    • Buffalo Bills visit Newark career center, March
    • FLCC center to host seminar, September
    • Open house at FLCC center, September

F

Faculty and Staff
  • Abraham, Doc and Katy
    • From the Express to national prominence, Doc and Katie still can't wait for spring (photo), April
  • Boynton, Marylou
    • . . . has received the college's Merit Award, May
    • FLCC faculty address National Education Association, July
    • Paper presenters, April
    • Three from CCFL speak at two conferences (photo), April
  • Bridgman, Bruce
    • Memorial award will honor CA grad [Bridgman quoted], September
  • Burgess, Rebecca
    • The glass ceiling: unequal at the top?, December
  • CCFL faculty and staff share their time and talent with the community - ad, January
  • Clarkson, Nancy
    • FLCC appointment, June
    • FLCC appoints Victorite, July
  • Clements, Ron
    • New soccer club aims for high goals - more competition, education stressed, October
  • Commisso, Rosemary
    • The Board of Directors of the Ontario County Arts Council recently elected officers . . ., June
  • Coons, Jack
    • Coons honored in Canandaigua, October
    • Coons inducted to Canandaigua Academy's athletic hall of fame, November
    • Coons, Newkirk named to CA's Hall of Fame, September
  • Cooper, Charlotte
    • Library friends, May
  • Crane, Billie
    • FLCC announces new faculty and staff appointments, August
  • Crosier, Sally
    • Team teaches finding values in relationship (photo), November
  • D'Abbracci, Jean
    • Hospital courses scheduled, September
  • Dodge, Marty
    • Creating a path people can follow (photo), December
    • Forging a trail through the swamp (photo Sandy Bottom Park), November
    • Two FLCC teachers get Chancellor's Awards (photo), June
  • Dufresne, Veronica
    • . . . was promoted to associate professor, May
  • Erdle, Kathy
    • Ontario County Chapter, ARC, May
  • Fernandez, Victor
    • Greene-Fernandez (photo), August
  • FLCC promotes 10 [Mary Beth Bell, Daniel Marion, Veronica Dufresne, Pat Malinowski, Frank Mandery, Sandy Camillo, Steve Connelly, Jean D'Abbracci, Keith Murphy, Thomas O'Hara], May
  • FLCC workers to retire [Marilyn Hurlbutt, Marjorie Cseplo, Marie Shelanskey], May
  • Foxenburgh, Anne L.
    • FLCC announces new faculty and staff appointments, August
    • New director wants to be role model for youths (photo), November
  • Gallagher, Margaret
    • . . . recently received the International Reading Association Literacy award, May
    • College employee honored by group, June
  • Gerace, Alice
    • FLCC appoints Victorite, July
  • Gerbin, Bob
    • Museum's video brings history to 'non-visitors,' July
  • Gilman, Bruce
    • A chestnut tree revival gets cracking in Naples (photo Doc Abraham), February
    • Being green: Fisher's creating the right environment (photo), January
    • Gilman gets FLCC award for merit, May
  • Haluch, John
    • FLCC professor joins colleges' council (photo), December
    • Haluch chosen for council (photo), December
  • Hayes, Dr. Daniel T.
    • CCFL ends search for new president (photo), March
    • CCFL names new president (photo), March
    • CCFL new leader called 'visionary' and 'diplomat' (photo), March
    • FLCC president discusses trends, December
    • FLCC president makes presentation at Genesee Community College Board of Trustees retreat, October
    • FLCC president presents report at college trustee retreat, November
    • FLCC president says 'we'll listen to each other' (photo with Seth Mitchell), September
    • Hayes starts at FLCC, July
    • Hayes takes FLCC helm, seeks out new directions (photo), July
    • Keynote speaker, July
    • New FLCC chief ready for challenge (photo), July
    • New president to address school board, July
    • SUNY Board of Trustees approve appointment of Dr. Daniel T. Hayes as CCFL president, April
    • SUNY ok's Hayes appointment, May
  • Henley, Lorie
    • . . . [received merit award], June
  • Hobart, Linda
    • Chemistry professor offers just right mix (photo), October
  • Hopkins, Bill
    • ARC executive secretary sets retirement date [wife of Bill Hopkins], April
  • Hurlbutt, Marilyn
    • Hurlbutt named professor emeritus, May
    • Hurlbutt retires from CCFL (photo), May
  • Insalaco, Thomas
    • Painting award, July
    • Speaking of arts, July, June
    • Tribute (photo), July
  • Kless, Carolyn
    • French system makes care a high priority, June
  • Kraeger, Karen A.
    • . . . appointed as part-time academic services advisor, November
  • Lent, Lindette I.
    • FLCC announces new faculty and staff appointments, August
  • Lomber, Elaine
    • CCFL names department chairpersons, July
    • Crash claims life of theater founder - Canandaigua woman is also killed [Elaine Lomber quoted], September
    • Music, art open 1993 show, November
    • Two department heads named at college, May
  • Lowden, Bob
    • . . . conducted baseball clinics in Italy, July
    • CCFL baseball coach is heading to Italy, May
    • FLCC's Lowden named baseball coach of the year, October
    • Lakers coach Lowden selected Northeast Coach of the Year, October
    • Lowden participating in USA-Italy exchange, May
    • Lowden will be in USA-Italy program, June
    • Newark baseball camp, March
  • MacNamara, Fred
    • FLCC faculty address National Education Association, July
  • MacWhorter, Bruce
    • Art returns to Honeoye Falls' historic Lower Mill, November
    • FLCC faculty member shows art at Valley Manor (photo), December
  • Malinowski, Pat
    • Malinowski promoted, July
    • Three from CCFL speak at meeting, April
  • Marion, Dan
    • CCFL professor to talk about tree pruning Monday, March
    • Explore new worlds in 1992 at the Pittsford Community Library, February
    • Ghosts of Ice Storm of '91 may haunt state's forests far into future, February
    • Ontario County Chapter, ARC, May
    • Weekend classes stimulate your senses, cerebrum, March
  • Marshall, Julie
    • Two from CCFL address seminar, May
  • Maus, Henry
    • DAR meeting, April
    • Russian group seeks aid of 'sibling' Canandaigua, August
    • Russian to make return visit locally, May
  • Meder, Charles J.
    • Bishop tabs interim president for SBI, December
    • Committee recommends fifth term for Hicks (photo John Hicks), September
    • Geneva Kiwanis, June
    • Meder expanded college from 'last-chance school' (photo), April
    • Outgoing CCFL president reflects on 20-year career (photo), April
    • Portrait of educator as servant of the people - Charles Meder displays humor, humanity and humility as he leaves school after a quarter century (photo), July
  • Merit awards [Sandra Brown, John Caraluzzo, Rosemary Commisso, Edwin Rivenburgh, Bruce Gilman, Lorie Henley, Ruth Legg, Ann Pontius, Marylou Boynton, Donna Nolan-Cheesman], June
  • Mesolella, Bernadette
    • FLCC appoints Victorite, July
  • Moldenhauer, Christina
    • . . . has been appointed a part-time technical specialist, October
    • . . . part-time technical specialist, November
  • Moore, Putt
    • CCFL names department chairpersons, July
    • Two department heads named at college, May
  • Moore, Susan
    • Overtones of opportunity (photo), April
  • Mulvaney, Louise
    • Three speak at convention [Phi Theta Kappa], April
  • Newkirk, William
    • Coons, Newkirk named to CA's Hall of Fame, September
  • Noble, Ray
    • Art class series planned, October
    • Artist workshops slated for November at YCAC (photo), October
  • Nolan-Cheesman, Donna
    • . . . was presented a CCFL Merit Award, May
  • Nolan-Cramer, Nora
    • Disabled, not unable - College adds staff to help students with special needs (photo), February
  • Noonan, Alison
    • . . . received the Competent Toastmaster (CTM) award, May
    • . . . was featured alumni speaker, July
    • CCFL employee earns Toastmaster Award, January
    • College employee speaks at NCCC, June
  • O'Donnell, Karen
    • Three from CCFL speak at meeting, April
    • Three from CCFL speak at two conferences (photo), April
    • Two from CCFL address seminar, May
  • Olds, Barbara
    • March migrants headed this way, February
    • Rehabilitator talks training, February
  • Open House for Adjuncts, March
  • Orr, Diane "Dee"
    • Women & Guns (photo), November
  • Ortiz, James
    • Paper presenters, April
    • Three from CCFL speak at two conferences (photo), April
    • Three from College speak at conference, July
  • Ozminkowski, Alan P.
    • . . . appointed as program developer, November
  • Palumbo, Mary Lou
    • Three from CCFL speak at meeting, April
  • Pietropaolo, John
    • Obey no-drink warnings - editorial, May
  • Pietropaolo, Patricia
    • CCFL biology teacher to speak (photo), March
    • Two FLCC teachers get Chancellor's Awards (photo), June
  • Plum, Kathleen
    • FLCC names new chair of nursing department, July
  • Rapp, Marvin
    • History repeats - author and educator Marvin Rapp never really retired (photo), August
  • Razavi, Frank
    • Vocational center's committees meet, December
  • Record, Mickey
    • Local AAU team gets second place, June
  • Rice, Pat
    • FLCC professor elected to post (photo), December
  • Riesenberger, Cathy
    • Can-to-can experiment (photo), January
  • Ring, Lynne
    • EMS award, December
    • EMS official honored by state for her work, November
    • Finger Lakes regional EMS coordinator receives state health award for excellence, November
    • Four honored by regional EMS group, August
    • Shots rules confuse officials - not clear who must pay for vaccinations, February
  • Rini Rohrer, Pat
    • Artist profile (photo), May
  • Roenke, Henry
    • FLCC specialist earns conservation award, June
  • Rosato, Sandy
    • Teaching personal growth (photo), March
  • Russell, Bob
    • Poet, folksinging duo appear at coffeehouse (photo), July
  • Schmitt, Ann
    • Ann Schmitt's job teaching adults 'just came to me' (photo), June
  • Schuhle-Williams, Karen
    • FLCC administrator joins C of C board, October
    • Newark chamber has two new leaders, October
  • Secosky, James
    • Astronomer's peak - Bloomfield teacher uses Hubble telescope (photo), July
  • Soehner, Susan
    • More 'Joyful Noise' in Canandaigua and Clifton, January
  • Spencer, Terence
    • Examine the coming Continental Union, November
    • Uniting the Americas, November
  • Stasz, Bird B.
    • College appoints Stasz, January
  • Stewart, Ronna
    • Reliable care at Teddy Bear Dreams, September
  • Thorpe, Alan H.
    • Passing the gavel (photo with Jane Shepard), May
  • Three nursing teachers will retire from FLCC [Marilyn Hurlbutt, Marie Shelanskey, Marjorie Cseplo], May
  • White, Chris
    • Bird walk, June
  • Williams, Wayne
    • An exhibit of works by Wayne Williams . . . (photo), March
    • Art by Wayne Williams, March
  • Wolf-Foster, Julietta
    • . . . named interim chaplain, July
    • . . . Wednesday discussion group, December
    • Area churches will consider aid message, November
    • College has new chaplain, July
    • Local church, college chaplain says she's 'here to listen and listen well' (photo), November
    • Widowed group meets Sat., November
Faculty Association
  • Faculty group names officers [Susan Smith, John Socha, Ann Robinson, Denett Pimkowski], May
  • Victor woman elected to CCFL faculty post [Susan Smith, John Socha, Ann Robinson, Denett Pimkowski], September
Financial Aid
  • College aid meeting Jan. 11, December
  • College financial aid information meeting, December
  • Financial aid form big step in application process, January
  • High schools host financial aid night, November
  • Scholarships
    • 1992-93 AAUW scholarship at CCFL, March
    • 2 CCFL student earn scholarships [Charlene DuVall, Raymond S. Sanger], April
    • 2 local CCFL students receive nurserymen's scholarships [Charlene DeVall, Raymond R. Sanger], March
    • 5 student scholarships [Bruce Gage, Dawn Marconi-Barnes, Christine Gedney, Maureen Harris, Dale Strong], May
    • AAUW scholarship, March
    • Applications are being accepted for CCFL Alton B. Corbit scholarship; awarded to entering full-time freshman, May
    • BPW helps women advance in their careers, October
    • CCFL scholarship still available [Alton B. Corbit scholarship], May
    • FLCC students receive scholarships [Ann Hamilton Reading/Writing Awards], July
    • Students receive writing scholarships, December
    • Two CCFL students receive scholarship [Charlene DuVall, Raymond R. Sanger], February
  • Senior year full of decisions (photo Charlie Moynihan, Michelle Chappell, Heather Cease), January
FLTV
  • Bubbles has children's show from college (photos), November
  • Bubbles' big break - nervous actors learn the paces during taping of first local show (photos including Randy Murphy), October
  • CCFL has program ideas for cable-TV broadcasts, March
  • CCFL signs contract for public access channel, February
  • CCFL to administer and coordinate local cable public access channel, March
  • CCFL to broadcast cable Ch. 12, February
  • Finger Lakes cable to expand, June
  • Finger Lakes TV to sign on Sept. 1 (photos Dorothy Deuel, Michael Boukhman, Randy Murphy), July
  • FL cable access schedule, December
  • FL TV off cable for two weeks, December
  • Lack of funds could cause blackout for access TV, December
  • Lakefront video debuts tonight on cable TV, November
  • New cable-access program directed at kids, October
  • Public access shows planned, December
  • Route 332 talks on TV tomorrow, June
  • This week's FLTV cable access schedule, November
Foundation
  • Dinner on May 5 to honor retiring FLCC president, April
  • First award honors Meder's leadership, April

G

Grants
  • CCFL receives two program grants [GED and library], April
  • Charities digging deeper - too many needs, too little money [FLCC needs money], November
  • Computers
    • College receives computer donation, July
    • Finger Lakes Community College receives computer donation, June
  • FLCC grant [management training program for local firms], September
  • FLCC grant funding increases for 1992-93 academic year, November
  • FLCC special grants up 25 percent, October
  • GED
    • $10,000 grant helps GED program, April
    • CCFL receives grant to support GED program, April
  • RG&E
    • College to study RG&E power plant, October
    • FLCC aids RG&E plan for park, December
  • Science
    • FLCC gets grants for science teachers, September
    • FLCC receives grants to improve instructional skills of science educators, October
    • Two science grants awarded to FLCC, September

H

History
  • 25th Anniversary
    • ad, May
  • CCFL meets area needs, March
  • Colleges and universities ranked by number of full-time students, November
  • Finger Lakes Community College: A commitment to excellence (photos Dr. Hayes, hallways), November
Hours
  • CCFL announces holiday hours, January
  • College to close, December
  • FLCC announces summer hours [four-day week], July
  • Summer library hours - ad, May

I

Inauguration of Dr. Hayes
  • ad, August
  • County tidbits, updates, September
  • FLCC inauguration of new president set for Sept. 12 (photo), August
  • FLCC president's inauguration set (photo), August
  • New era dawns at college (photo Dr. Hayes), September
  • New president calls for excellence (photo with Dr. Bruce Johnstone), September

L

Lectures
  • Global Awareness
    • Ad, October
    • Awareness Series - Letter to the Editor - Josh Heller, March
    • Buechler, Judith-Maria
      • "European Migration: the role of family, labor and ethnic politics," March
      • CCFL Global Awareness to highlight German occupation during WWII [Au Revoir, Les Enfants], April
    • Cuisle Mo Chroi
      • Irish music planned at CCFL, February
      • Listen to traditional Irish music (photo), March
      • Traditional Irish music to be performed at CCFL, March
    • European food featured at CCFL, April
    • FLCC global awareness series to feature "The Bay Boy," November
    • Global awareness series - ad, January
    • Horn, James J.
      • 'Mutual Dependence' is examined, October
      • Brockport teacher will talk about Mexico, October
    • Hungarian film "Oh, Bloody Life," March
    • Kraatz, Kay
      • Soviet lecture set for Feb. 25, February
    • Linton, Derek
      • CCFL global awareness series to address economic changes in Europe, January
      • Economy lecture, January
    • Maus, Henry
      • 'Seeds of Change' will be examined in lecture, October
      • FLCC lecture [Seeds of Change], October
      • FLCC program explores 1492, September
    • McArt, Ebba
      • Swedish health care CCFL lecture topic, March
    • McIntyre, Thomas
      • "A cross-cultural analysis of sport heroes and heroines of thirteen year-old European youth," March
    • Seward, Jim
      • Broadcasting lecture set, November
    • Spencer, Terence
      • "The Coming Continental Union," November
      • 'Continental union' is lecture topic, November
    • Global awareness, November
    • Stolee, Margaret
      • Soviet lecture, February
    • Holocaust survivor preserve history as warning [Kurt J. Baum], July
    • Lowden, Bob
      • Baseball Italian Style, February
  • Scholar's Forum
    • CCFL lectures cover Columbus to human rights - Scholar's Forum starts next week; well-know speakers to share views, February
    • Nairn, Allan
      • Writer to speak at CCFL program (photo), April
    • Nash, Philip Tajitus
      • 'Rethinking Columbus' at CCFL (photo), February
      • CCFL will be 'Rethinking Columbus' during forum, March
    • O'Connor, John
      • Scholar's forum (National Toxics Campaign), March
    • Rubenstein, Joshua
      • CCFL's scholar's forum to feature "The future of Human Rights," March
      • Rights advocate challenges U.S. not to ignore oppression (photo), March
Library
  • Bar-code project closes library, June
  • CCFL receives SUNY grant to develop computer-based library instruction, May
  • CCFL to implement automated catalog and circulation system, May
  • College renames library for Meder, June
  • FLCC ready to create more space - $3 million proposal for third floor on college library (photo), December
  • FLCC seeks approval for library expansion, December
  • FLCC trustees support library addition, December
  • FLCC wants to build addition to college library, November
  • Library hours, June
  • Paging system purchased without supervisors' OK [library expansion mentioned], November

M

Music
  • 'Joyful Noise' concert series will continue with music this Sunday, February
  • Choral groups are preparing for new season, August
  • Chorale
    • "I've had just enough music training to be dangerous" [Jeb Becker], April
    • 'Different' concerts for Finger Lakes Chorale - This weekend the choral group sings favorite church anthems, April
    • A Ceremony of Carols, Magnificat - ad, November
    • ad - Les Miserables, Miss Saigon, and A Chorus Line, July
    • CCFL Finger Lakes Chorale seeks singers, January
    • Chorale plans August concerts, June
    • Chorale to sing, April
    • Finger Lakes choral seeks new members, June, September
    • FLCC chorale seeks new members, July
  • College groups plan concerts, November
  • College singers, jazz ensemble stage concerts Friday, Saturday, November
  • Concerts - ad, November
  • Finger Lakes Chorale and Lincoln Hill Singers present free show, August
  • Finger Lakes Chorale and Lincoln Hill Singers to perform, July
  • FLCC Winter concert, November
  • Lincoln Hill Singers
    • CCFL group to give concert (photo), February
    • Dinner concert, November
    • FLCC sings a ceremony of carols, December
    • Music series spreading joyful sound, January
    • Tenors and basses needed for Lincoln Hill singers, August
  • Lincoln Hill Singers and Finger Lakes Chorale to perform, November
  • Musical holiday gift is offered by choral groups this weekend, December
  • Wind Ensemble
    • American music is celebrated by wind ensemble, May
    • Ensemble losing its creator - editorial - Nancy Pease, May
    • Finger Lakes wind ensemble to perform 'songs of nations,' November
    • Finger Lakes wind ensemble to perform at Lilac Festival, May
    • Songs of Nations, November
    • Wind ensemble, November
    • Wind ensemble ends season on patriotic note, May
    • Wind ensemble to present 'Sousa Spectacular,' March

N

Name Change
  • CCFL changing to FLCC, April
  • CCFL is now FLCC, May
  • CCFL name change requested, March
  • College delays name change vote, March
  • College trustees approve change in school's name, April
  • Committee approves changing school name, March
  • It's official: CCFL becomes FLCC, June
  • Outgoing president pushes name change again, March
  • Tired of getting cut short, CCFL changes name to FLCC, April
  • What's in a name? More recognition for college, May

O

Ontario County
  • New officer avoids controversy [Hans Finke, Pat Burns mentioned], February
Orientation
  • CCFL to host orientation program for part-time students, January
  • FLCC Newark center to sponsor Survival 101: orientation workshop for new students, August
  • FLCC orientation is September 2, August
  • FLCC set orientation for new part-timers, August
  • New part-time student orientation program - ad, August
  • Reservations due, January

P

Positions
  • President Search
    • Candidate for CCFL chief visits campus (photo David Conklin), February
    • Candidate says he'll help form CCFL's vision (photo Daniel Hayes), February
    • CCFL candidate from Los Angeles treated to unboring weather (photo Pauline Merry), February
    • CCFL narrows the field - final four candidates vie to succeed college president Meder (photos), February
    • College candidate likes challenges (photo John J. Cavan), February
    • Final candidate interviews for college post (photo Pauline Merry), February
    • Four finalists for CCFL presidency named (photos John Cavan, David Conklin, Daniel Hayes, Pauline Merry), February
    • Hopeful meets public (photo John J. Cavan), February
    • Ill. college official named to lead CCFL [Dr. Daniel Hayes], March
    • Waves, words interest CCFL hopeful (photo Daniel Hayes), February

R

Registration
  • ad, November
  • CCFL summer course registration dates set, April
  • FLCC announces registration for spring BOCES classes, December
  • FLCC Jan Plan registration Monday, December
  • FLCC lists five registration dates, December
  • FLCC registration, December
  • Registration dates set for summer BOCES courses, April
  • Registration set for FLCC classes, August

S

Salaries and Contracts
  • Budget may avert CCFL layoffs - 5-percent cutback is less than feared, January
  • CCFL faculty, county remain at impasse, March
  • CCFL faculty, Ontario County set next move in contract talks, January
  • CCFL union will likely pass contract, May
  • CCFL, teachers reach accord - no details revealed; board committee votes tomorrow, May
  • College and faculty resume negotiations, January
  • College faculty, staff agree to contract, May
  • County workers may have to help pay for insurance, May
  • MCC pays for elite-club perks - Spina, 2 other senior officers benefit, January
Sports
  • Baseball
    • Bartucca, Fantauzzi, 5 CCFL players in all-star tilt today at McDonough, May
    • Baseball exec Altobelli wings it to Canandaigua [was at CCFL baseball card show], March
    • Baseball previews, March
    • Batter up! (photo Bob Lowden), March
    • Camp
      • Baseball camp at CCFL to run in early July, June
      • CCFL sponsors winter baseball camp, January
      • CCFL to sponsor winter baseball camp, February
      • Laker baseball camp opens registration, February
    • CCFL baseball in split, April
    • CCFL swept after six days rest, April
    • CCFL wins 12th straight game - Lakers advance into region's Final Four (photo Tom O'Brien), April
    • FLCC coach named Coach of the Year [Bob Lowden], October
    • FLCC honors, May
    • FLCC ousted from World Series, May
    • FLCC's Lowden named baseball coach of the year, December
    • Laker dream season ends with fourth at WS, May
    • Lakers claim title, May
    • Lakers stay alive in World Series (photo Gerald Beechum, Brian Ennis, Rich Vienna), May
    • Lakers struggle at plate - Onondaga sweeps twinbill from CCFL, April
    • Lakers take two, March
    • Lakers take two from JCC, April
    • Lakers win 7th straight, April
    • Lowden loves living dangerously, and he has speed to do it, May
    • Stuber aims for wins, not strikeouts, April
    • Stuber leads Lakers, March
    • Vienna leads CCFL to victory, April
    • World Series time for CCFL, May
  • Basketball
    • Heron's, Lakers keep on rolling, January
    • JCC women batter Finger Lakes; men win, clinch winning season, February
    • Men's
      • Anderson leads CCFL, January
      • Basketball coaches named at CCFL [Gil Jackson and David D. Pullen], March
      • CCFL drops high-scoring game to Broome, January
      • CCFL falls 88-71 to Morrisville, January
      • CCFL holds on, beats Corning, January
      • CCFL men capture third straight win, January
      • CCFL men rally to win, February
      • CCFL rips Wesleyan, January
      • CCFL scores victories, January
      • Dedicated basketball coach will be missed - editorial - Bill Saxby, April
      • FLCC Lakers upend Fisher's J.V. squad, November
      • FLCC loses, November
      • FLCC men fall to 0-4 against tough competition, November
      • FLCC names Jackson head basketball coach, April
      • FLCC remains winless with 83-65 decision, November
      • Genesee romps by FLCC, 91-49 (photo Adrian Whitmire), November
      • Hobart soccer season ends on shootout, November
      • Home sweet home - after month-long road trip, CCFL men return to campus for win over Cazenovia, January
      • Lakers drop 99-60 rout (photo Ezell Harris), November
      • Lakers fall to Onondaga, January
      • Lakers notch first win, November
      • Moore resigns CCFL coaching post (photo), March
      • Onondaga rips Lakers, 95-71, January
      • Season of change for FLCC Lakers (photo coach Gil Jackson), November
      • Not as many local players at FLCC, November
    • Women's
      • CCFL hoop teams sweep to victory, January
      • CCFL routed, 73-47, February
      • CCFL stops Cayuga in women's basketball, February
      • CCFL women rout D'Youville, get ready for league tourney, February
      • CCFL women rout Mohawk, improve to 21-4, February
      • CCFL women shoot down Paul Smith's, January
      • CCFL women sweep by Broome for 12th victory, January
      • CCFL women upset by MCC, 77-76, March
      • Finger Lakes takes tourney title at JCC, November
      • FLCC wins JCC championship, November
      • FLCC women hoops highly touted in polls, November
      • FLCC women win 4th straight game, November
      • JCC women capture mid-state tournament (photo Karen Bowers), February
      • Lady Jayhawks bow to Finger Lakes; CC of Allegheny County prevails (photo Sandy Weston), November
      • Lady Lakers are on a roll, January
      • Lady Lakers face MCC in playoffs, February
      • Lady Lakers fall again to rival Jefferson, February
      • Lady Lakers lose battle of top teams to Genesee, January
      • Lady Lakers score first victory (photo Mar-laina Kirkwood), November
      • Lakers explode, earn first win, November
      • Local products help top Lady Lakers, November
      • New life for Lady Lakers (photo coach Mickey Record), November
      • No. 3-seed CCFL upset in regional tourney by No. 6 MCC, February
      • Upcoming events (benefit tournament), March
  • Cross-Country
    • All-American
      • Angela Fuller . . . (photo Putt Moore, Peter Friedman, Angela Fuller, Jack Coons), April
    • Burroughs aims to win nationals on FLCC turf (photo), November
    • Burroughs betters FLCC mark, September
    • Burroughs helps FLCC to fourth, November
    • Burroughs is mid-state conference's top runner, October
    • Burroughs is Region III champ, November
    • Burroughs leads FLCC into third, September
    • CA grad Burroughs lead Lakers (photo), October
    • CCFL earns bid for cross country championships, April
    • College cross country, November
    • Cross country at FLCC: running for the love of it (photo Bruce Bridgman), September
    • Fast start key to FLCC victory, November
    • FLCC 4th in invitational, September
    • FLCC gains split in finale, October
    • FLCC part of rare tie, September
    • FLCC teams run to second, October
    • FLCC teams run to thirds in Ohio meet, October
    • FLCC third in FL invitational (photo Doug Diver), September
    • FLCC ties for title in conference (photo Ken Burroughs), October
    • FLCC to host cross country championships, October
    • FLCC to host cross country event, October
    • FLCC wins first meet on new course, September
    • It's never too late for national title (photo), November
    • Lakers finish third, October
    • Lakers take second in Alfred (photo John Cascini), September
    • NJCC championships, October
    • Reitz, Lesser lead McQuad runners, October
    • Running back over the year's highs and lows, November
    • Running hard (photo Ken Burroughs), November
    • Televised race, November
    • Win, tie for Cayuga harriers (photo Doug Diver, Rick Raner), September
  • Hall of Fame
    • FLCC establishes Sports Hall of Fame, April
    • FLCC wants to honor its former athletes . . ., April
    • Moore honored today at CCFL, April
    • Moore joins CCFL sports Hall of Fame [Putt Moore], April
  • Soccer
    • Camp
      • College to host soccer camp, June
      • FLCC to host soccer camp, July
    • FLCC men, women lose; woodsmen in action, September
    • Men's
      • FLCC rips Cazenovia behind strong defense (photo Chris Edgerton), September
      • Lakers triumph, September
      • Red Barons trip CCFL in soccer, September
      • St. Lawrence women claim tennis title, October
      • Statesmen hope trip to Germany inspires successful season - New coach at Keuka; FLCC is optimistic, August
    • Women's
      • FLCC drops pair, October
      • FLCC falls, October
      • FLCC win streak snapped, September
      • FLCC women defeated by rival MCC, October
      • Lady Lakers fall, October
      • Lady Lakers lose, September
      • Moles, Prota help Lady Lakers score first soccer win, September
      • Saunders leads Hobart over U of R, September
      • Shoup goals keep Hobart undefeated, October
  • Softball
    • CCFL women sent reeling to 11th consecutive defeat, April
    • CCFL-West Point skills and drills fast pitch clinic, January
    • Keuka, CCFL have same goal - improvement, April
    • Lady Lakers swept in twin bill, April
    • Lakers swept in softball, April
  • The year in sports (photos Rich Vienna, cross country nationals), December
  • Timber Sports
    • CCFL to defend title, April
    • CCFL women first in woodsmen event (photo Greg Muscato), April
    • CCFL women retain championship; men fall just short, April
    • FLCC 'woods' teams dominate Paul Smith's meet, November
    • FLCC men, women lose; woodsmen in action, September
    • FLCC woodsmen, November, October
  • Volleyball
    • Co-ed volleyball, October
Students
  • Awards
    • FLCC students honored for achievement, June
    • FLCC students receive recognition, June
    • Literacy awards, June
    • Students earn reading awards, June
    • Three adult students honored by group [Cindy Allen, Christine Gedney, Karen Heidrick], May
    • Widmer's Award Banquet
      • Finger Lakes Community College students receive recognition at annual Widmer's honors Banquet, May
      • Local residents honored at FLCC, July
  • Field Trips
    • Finger Lakes Community College to sponsor cultural weekend in Toronto, July
    • FLCC plans weekend trip to Toronto, August
  • Honor Societies
    • Alpha Beta Gamma [business]
      • FLCC students inducted in National Business Honor Society, September
      • Local students inducted into Alpha, Beta, Gamma, October
    • Phi Theta Kappa
      • Allen is named PTK president [Cindy Allen], May
      • CCFL honors, October
      • CCFL Phi Theta Kappa members elect officers, May
      • CCFL presenters [Louise Mulvaney, Gene Ninestein, Theresa Fisher], March
      • CCFL students speak at chapters' seminars [Mark Brophy, Jeffrey Ellis, Theresa Fisher], January
      • CCFL students speaks at GCC [Theresa J. Fisher], February
      • Honor society takes on role of angel for needy children, November
      • Local FLCC students inducted into national honor society, October
      • PR secretary picked for Finger Lakes society [Patrick Davis], May
      • Students honored at CCFL, March
      • Students inducted into PTK, November
  • Student Association
    • FLCC textbook plan, November
  • Students
    • Allen, Cindy L.
      • Student honored, April
    • Barnhart, Caryn Renee
      • Barnhart-Roat (photo), March
    • Bradt, Daniel
      • B'port brothers announce plans, May
    • Campbell, Brett Michael
      • Niewinski-Campbell (photo), August
    • Campbell, Ken
      • Sunday profile (photo), November
    • Carruthers, Melissa Marie
      • Dundee announces top two scholars, June
    • Champlin, Mark D.
      • Two local youths earn Eagle Scout badges (photo), March
    • Cooley, Jennifer Ann
      • To college (photo), July
    • Cratsley, Lynn
      • Cheerleader honored, March
    • Dechau, Jonathan
      • Sports exchange, July
    • DeLyser, Susan
      • Scholarship recipient [Incentive Award], October
      • Student receives NYS Incentive Award (photo), November
      • Student wins Incentive Award (photo), November
    • Dickinson, Amy
      • Keep the kids busy - that's the job of the Marion summer Recreation program staff (photo), July
      • Recreation program ends today, July
    • Edwards, Beth
      • Volunteering a family tradition (photo), August
    • Ellis, Julie
      • . . . recently presented Ann Hamilton reading/writing awards, June
    • Emmanuel, Felicia
      • African American grads honored, July
      • African American scholars honored (photo), July
    • Ferenchak, Amy
      • Waiting for that acceptance letter from college, March
    • Fisher, Theresa
      • CCFL student named to academic honors team (photo), April
      • CCFL student selected as one of the 20 all-USA junior college academic all stars, May
      • Honoring excellence at 2-year schools (photo), April, March
      • Midlakes grad makes USA team, April
    • Forbes, Linda
      • Forbes-Savage (photo), March
    • Frazer, Gigi
      • 1992 Wayne County Fair Queen/Princess chosen, May
      • Gigi Frazer is '92 Wayne County Fair Queen, June
    • Garay, Patricia
      • Clyde student receives scholarship, December
    • Gedney, Christine
      • . . . recently awarded adult student scholarships, June
    • Gee, Connie
      • Singles plan March supper, program, March
    • Giacomazza, Joseph
      • Dean's list (photo)
    • Giebel, Lauren Elaine
      • Club names academic winners [Canandaigua Business and Professional Women's Club], October
    • Giovinazzo, Nicholas Peter
      • Engaged (photo) [Tamara Jayne Orr also student], February
      • Orr, Giovinazzo are married at UMC (photo), August
    • Godley, Kimberley Ann
      • Godley-Parrow, January
    • Goodrich, Gary
      • Winners not short on goals, May
    • Gowan, Loretta
      • Moose Lodge grants $10,000 in scholarships, July
    • Hansen, Shannon Leigh
      • To college (photo), May
    • Hauss, Stacey Jo
      • Hauss-Spoor (photo), August
    • Holbrook, Renee
      • Driven to distraction - Attention disorder plagues one out of 20 students (photos), November
    • Hood, Bill
      • Driven to distraction - Attention disorder plagues one out of 20 students (photos), November
    • Hood, William A.
      • I needed help, but few understood (photo), March
    • Hoppough, Rob
      • CCFL (photo) [dean's list], January
    • Jacobus, Jeffrey S.
      • To college (photo), July
    • Johnson, Kristine
      • To college (photo), July
    • Lambert, Michele Lee
      • Lambert-Bates (photo), June
    • Landschoot, Tomorra
      • To college (photo), May
    • Lannon, Karen L.
      • To college (photo), June, May
    • LaVare, Corleen
      • Corleen LaVare awarded FLCC scholarship, June
    • Learned, Christine
      • Learned-Adamescu (photo), July
    • Marconi-Barnes, Dawn
      • Woman wins scholarship, June
    • Masspeth, Cory
      • Fire department honors members at annual dinner, March
    • Matello, Shawn
      • Friends start fund to aid boy, December
      • Scholarship fund started for surviving Matello son, December
    • McGregor, Neil J.
      • Bonnie S. Barbour and Neil J. McGregor (photo), July
    • McIntyre, Paul C.
      • To college (photo), July
    • Meisner, Scott
      • Alberti, Meisner (photo), February
    • Milliman, Cynthia
      • Pal-Mac students given Delta awards (photo), June
    • Neal, Angel
      • To college (photo), July
    • Nellis, Kathy
      • Santa's helper now needs help (photo Bob Nellis), February
    • Pagano, Gina
      • To college (photo), July
    • Paprocki, Matt
      • To college (photo), May
    • Plain, Julie
      • C-C students explore 'cultural concepts,' December
    • Poole, David
      • To college (photo), June
    • Powers, Daniel D.
      • Engaged (photo), January
    • Radulski, Eric
      • A novel idea for high schoolers (photo), October
    • Reale, Anthony P.
      • To college (photo), July
    • Roy, Matt
      • Two Troop 10 Scouts win Eagle award for project (photo), July
    • Schneider, Christina
      • Chamber to honor students at May luncheon, May
    • Shipley, John Jr.
      • (photo), March
    • Smith, Claudia
      • Sheriff presents scholarship, December
    • Snider, Patrick
      • Scholarship recipients, July
    • Stambach, Melanie
      • Stambach-Madera (photo), January
    • Stone, Michelle
      • Michelle Stone - Finger Lakes CC (photo), June
    • Sweeney, Alesia
      • . . . recently was awarded the William P. McCarthy Memorial Scholarship, June
    • Tay, J.B.
      • Presidential race initiates foreigners to U.S. politics (photo), October
    • Thomas, Richard
      • Caledonia man honored, July
    • Tilley, Marcia L.
      • Club names academic winners [Canandaigua Business and Professional Women's Club], October
    • Tinkelman, Lia
      • Canandaigua program plays Santa, making all things old new again, December
    • VanLare, Kelly
      • Keep the kids busy - that's the job of the Marion summer Recreation program staff (photo), July
      • Recreation program ends today, July
    • Wolsiefer, Kim
      • Early grads have eyes on future, June
    • Zimmerman, Heide Schue
      • Married (photo), July
SUNY
  • A plan to slash state aid alarms private colleges, February
  • Bad times force universities to rethink what they are, January
  • Budgets down, enrollment up, some Community Colleges limit access, December
  • Community colleges forced to restrict access, and goals, November
  • Community colleges' popularity pushs some students away, December
  • Higher education cost headed up, October
  • In north country, 2-year colleges growing, serving, presidents say, December
  • Leader: cuts left SUNY thin, March
  • Planned cut in SUNY funds will be painful gash, trustees board says, March
  • Private colleges' study claims they don't cater to rich, October
  • Put communities back in community colleges - editorial, November
  • Report finds too many part-time faculty on college campuses, November
  • State predicts big crunch for public, private colleges, October
  • SUNY enrollment hits high, October
  • SUNY freshman enrollment takes nose dive, May
  • SUNY system banks on rise in weak alumni contributions, February
  • SUNY wants to add professors, other staff, October
  • SUNY's chief expects Tier schools to evolve, March

T

Transfers
  • . . . transfer to R.I.T., July
  • FLCC & SUNY Empire State College develop new agreement, July
  • FLCC and FLLEA [Finger Lakes Law Enforcement Association] develop agreement, July
  • FLCC and R.I.T. develop new travel and tourism/hotel & resort management agreement, July
  • FLCC and SUNY Geneseo approve transfer agreements, December
  • FLCC offers spring sign-ups, transfer plan with Geneseo, December
  • FLCC, New Paltz enter agreement, July
  • FLCC, RIT sign transfer agreement, June
  • FLCC, SUNY New Paltz make agreement, June
  • Jr. college transfers as apt to get 4-year degree, September
Transportation
  • Bus start-up delayed in Ontario, November
  • Bus system starts its engines next week, November
  • Ontario buses to roll next week, November
Tuition
  • Budge allows tuition hikes, April
  • CCFL increases full-time tuition $130 per year, May
  • CCFL oks tuition hike, May
  • Community college tuitions to rise, April
  • FLCC increases full-time tuition, May
  • Most U.S. colleges raised tuition, cut their budgets during 1991-92, July
  • Officials may vary SUNY tuition levels, January
  • Public college tuition squeeze, January
  • Tuition fees likely to increase at CCFL, April
  • Tuition hikes slow down at state colleges, September
  • Written off [unpaid tuition], August