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Admissions
  • Ads
    • Bethany Graham-Wadeikis (photo), June
    • Tor Constantino (photo), May
  • Adult Students
    • Adult college night, July
    • Adult student information program - ad, February
    • Adult student program planned, March
    • College workshop for adult students, May
    • FLCC plans adult student info program, December, November
    • FLCC sponsors program for adult students, February
    • FLCC to host adult student information programs in Newark and Penn Yan, April
    • FLCC to host fear and phobia workshop for adult students, December
    • FLCC to host workshop for adult students, April
    • FLCC workshop on returning to school, July
    • Going back to school?, July
    • Hitting the books all over again - FLCC will hold workshop to ease adults' fears of returning to school, December
    • Info session at FLCC, August
    • Living and learning - older students hit the books (photo Jackie Glaser), February
  • Annual college night planned at Hornell High, September
  • Learning Disabled Students
    • Learning disabled students program, April
  • Part-time Students
    • Get a degree part time, May
    • Resources and services for part-time students (photo Victor Fernandez and student), March
Advisory Boards
  • Business/Accounting
    • Hagen appointed by FLCC [Aaron D. Hagen], April
  • Computer Information Systems
    • FLCC appoints two to computer information systems advisory committee [Stacey Whitney and Marlene Havert], November
    • FLCC news, December
  • Office Technology
    • Amy Vanderkamp appointed to FLCC board, February
    • Three added to advisory board [Amy Vanderkamp, Richard Steinhilper, Susan Valvano], February
Alumni
  • Akerley, Christine M.
    • Christine M. Akerley and Raymond "Chip" Courtney [also alum] (photo), April
  • Allein, Ken
    • Showing kids some real fish tales (photo), April
  • Bailey, James Norman
    • Adams-Bailey (photo), April
  • Bailey, Ruth E.
    • Vocational center has new teachers, October
  • Barry, Daye A.
    • To Geneseo, July
  • Baxter, Jennifer
    • Baxter-Isaac (photo), June
  • Bellis, Wayne Francis
    • Backer-Bellis (photo), November
  • Black, Eric Nicholas
    • McTigue-Black (photo), February
  • Borgus, Eldon Neil
    • Borgus-Therrien (photo), September
    • Therrien, Borgus united in marriage at Letchworth, August
  • Borsa, Barbara Jean
    • Borsa-Beniamino (photo), July
  • Bowerman, Cheryl Ann
    • Bowerman-Faber (photo), March
  • Bradley, Laura
    • College graduates (photo), May
  • Brickle, Jeff
    • Culture shock: a perspective, March
  • Brown, Karen
    • Pimm engaged to marry Brown [Joseph Pimm also alum] (photo), January
  • Callaway, Cheryl
    • Callaway-McCann (photo), November
  • Campbell, Kenneth
    • Fireflies and youth (photo), June
  • Campbell, Richard J.
    • College graduate (photo), May
  • Carroll, Janey L.
    • College graduate (photo), June
  • Case, Jody L.
    • Laura A. Wyant and Jody L. Case (photo), January
  • Cataline, John M.
    • Moose honor Cataline (photo), February
  • Chambers, Bruce T.
    • Service news, June
  • Champlin, Dana M.
    • College graduate (photo), August
  • Clarke, Rebecca Ann
    • Clarke-Long (photo), November
  • Clarke, Timothy and Peter
    • It's all homework, February
  • Comella, Carol Mary
    • Comella-David (photo), January
  • Congdon, Norman
    • Congdon to head circulation department (photo), May
  • Coston, Tammy Ann
    • Coston-Scherbyn (photo), June
  • Courtney, Raymond
    • Akerley-Courtney (photo), March
  • Dancause, Gloria
    • Gorham artist was drawn to teaching (photo), February
  • Davis, Kenneth
    • Former deputy joins village police force (photo), June
    • Joins Newark police (photo), June
  • Davis, Melissa Mary
    • Davis-Hayes (photo), September
  • DeChau, Jon
    • Games arrive in Rochester (photo), August
  • DeLand, Kenneth
    • Graduated (photo), June
  • DeNearing, James
    • James DeNearing named to dean's list, July
  • Desmann, Michelle B.
    • Michelle B. Desmann and David G. Naylor (photo), February
  • Douglas, Roy
    • Underground artist (photo), October
  • Edwards, Michelle Marie
    • Engaged (photo), June
  • Faber, Philip
    • Bowerman-Faber (photo), September
  • Fairchild, Jeanne Lynn
    • College graduate (photo), May
  • Ficcaglia, Joseph A. Jr.
    • Jennifer L. Rowley Joseph A. Ficcaglia Jr (photo), June
  • Fish, Belen
    • Belen Fish and Jason Thayer exchange vows in Belfast (photo), November
    • Wedding Bells (photo), October
  • Fisher, Aaron
    • . . . has joined The Payroll Store (photo), August
  • Gallagher, Daniel Asa
    • DeVaney-Gallagher (photo), December
  • Gibbs, Judi
    • Gibbs helping people through Red Cross (photo), September
  • Gielen, Holly N.
    • Royce, Gielen plan wedding (photo), February
  • Gillis, Marlene
    • Andrew W. Golden and Marlene M. Gillis (photo), November
    • Gillis-Golden (photo), June
    • Marlene Gillis Golden and Andrew Wellington Golden (photo), October
  • Goodman, Michael David
    • Gibbons-Goodman (photo), February
    • Rebecca Gibbons, Michael Goodman plan to marry (photo), March
  • Gulvin, Elisha
    • Graduated (photo), June
  • Gunio, Jennifer L
    • Gunio-Pulver (photo), January, July
    • Jennifer L. Gunion and Kirk A. Pulver (photo), January
  • Halstead, Diana
    • Halstead-Haskell (photo), September
  • Henderson, Meredith
    • College notes, June
  • Hildreth, Andrew
    • Married (photo), November
  • Hirliman, Sherry Lee
    • Randy Storms takes bride in fall ceremony (photo), November
  • Hockenberry, Robert Glenn
    • Blair-Hockenberry (photo), April
  • Jayne, Ron
    • Sgt. Jayne will retire November 30, October
  • Jensen, Rose A.
    • Breast cancer awareness month, September
  • Johncox, Charles D.
    • Dunkirk man named DEC regional chief, January
  • Johnston, David Lee
    • Motz-Johnston (photo), August
  • Keith, Paula
    • Guy turns Geneseo into winner [Keith named to ECAC Division III honor roll], February
  • Kemp, Marcia Ann
    • Kemp-Zappia (photo), November
  • Klein, Gordon
    • Klein [married] (photo), December
  • Koval, Patricia
    • Koval-Montroy (photo), September
  • Kull, Jamie
    • Graduated, May
  • Lacognato, Bernard R.
    • Frost-Lacognato (photo), February
  • Lazzaro, Christine
    • Daytona police seek clues in Lazzaro killing (photo), April
  • Lead, Brandi Lee
    • Lead-Seager (photo), December
  • Lewandowski, Shannon
    • Married (photo), December
  • Locke, Ralph 'Beaver'
    • Courageous and committed (photo), January
  • Lukins, Christopher
    • Baity-Lukins (photo), September
  • Lynaugh, Matt
    • FLCC graduate receives recognition for commemorative poster, April
  • Mamula, Betsy
    • Cornell, June
  • Mantell, Michelle
    • Mantell-Ficcaglia [Vernon Charles Ficcaglia is FLCC student] (photo), October
  • Marquart, Les
    • Engaged (photo), July
  • Marshall, Michael
    • Valletta-Marshall (photo), September
  • Martin, Sue
    • Every day is different in an emergency department, October
  • McAneney, Maureen
    • To college (photo), July
  • McAnn, Lisa
    • McAnn receives FLCC degree, November
  • McCaig, Darolyn Lee
    • McCaig-Fischer [Timothy Blake Fischer also alum] (photo), October
  • McCormick, Anne
    • McCormick-Schmitt (photo), January
  • McDannel, Neal
    • Neal McDannel art show opens Friday, May
    • WCCA gallery, May
  • McHale, James Joseph
    • Married in San Francisco (photo), October
  • McRae, Erin
    • Verkey one of several area athletes continuing basketball career in college, November
  • Mullins, Diane M.
    • Mullins-Snyder (photo), November, October
  • Niver, Angela Marie
    • Niver-Cox, September
    • Niver-Cox (photo), September
  • O'Grady, Timothy
    • Graduated, January
  • Oas, Dawn Marie
    • Fisher-Oas (photo) [Stephen Fisher FLCC student], November
    • Oas, Fisher wed Sept. 11 (photo), October
    • Oas-Fisher (photo), October
  • Ogren, Karen
    • No dust under her feet (photo), May
  • Orr, Tracey Marie
    • Orr-Sevier (photo), August
  • Parker, Dawn Marie
    • Married at Presbyterian Church (photo), September
  • Parker, Eleanor
    • Eleanor Parker still serving people (photo), August
  • Patrick, Allison
    • Patrick gets nursing degree (photo), August
  • Pelchar, Wayne
    • Christine Gill, Wayne Pelchar wed (photo), November
  • Pierce, Brian
    • Pierce to play baseball at Mansfield (photo), March
  • Pisciotti, Judy
    • Business notes (photo), March
  • Powers, James M.
    • An innovative, tailored approach is used to train linemen, December
  • Preston, Barbara
    • They're eager to get in business, July
  • Priano, Kathleen M.
    • Priano-Vishneski (photo), October
  • Pullen, David
    • New director once attended community center (photo), August
  • Pullen, Dick
    • Joanie Bolan lauded by SUNYAC, February
  • Reed, Racheal L.
    • Niagara honor student (photo), January
  • Rehak, Julie Anne
    • Julie Rehak Camp (photo), October
  • Reiss, Sean
    • Harper-Reiss (photo), October
  • Robacher, Steve
    • Engaged, February
    • Mitchell-Robacher (photo), March
  • Rowlinson, Michelle
    • Rowlinson-Amon (photo), August
  • Rugaber, Fran
    • In another life . . . Fran Rugaber gives creatures new personalities in her taxidermy shop (photo), August
  • Santelli, William
    • Paintings by Rochester artist on display at ASC, October
  • Savage, Heather M.
    • Savage-DeWall [Allen E. DeWall also alum] (photo), August
  • Scharett, Lisa M.
    • Scharett-Carr (photo), July
  • Schultze, Michele
    • Schultze-Brenner (photo), September
  • Seager, Steven A.
    • Former Phelps man named to Who's Who, May
  • Siegfried, Stephen J.
    • Ward-Siegfried (photo), June
  • Sindoni, Philip Edward
    • Pane-Sindoni (photo), November
  • Slater, Beth A.
    • Beth A. Slater and Michael E. Wiltse, September
  • Smith, Phil Jr.
    • Vardon-Smith (photo), August
  • Snyder, Katherine Jane
    • Snyder, Nissen united (photo), February
    • Snyder-Nissen, January
  • Spillane, Kevin
    • Solid waste director ready to take on role (photo), December
  • Spinelli, James G.
    • Engaged (photo), February
    • Melissa D. Hume, James G. Spinelli wed in Wellsville (photo), August
    • Spinelli-Hume (photo), August
  • Stannard, Daniel K.
    • Stannard/Farnett (photo), April
  • Swartz, Paul
    • . . . joined Ted Collins Associates (photo), May
    • New staffer (photo), May
  • Sweeney, Alesia L
    • Engaged (photo), July
  • Synesael, Linda R.
    • Synesael-Fredericksen (photo), July
  • Talomie, Frank
    • Assemblyman Talomie dead at 72 (photo), November
    • Frank Talomie dies (photo), November
  • Tiaskkun, Renee
    • Engaged (photo), December
  • Tillman, Nancy L.
    • With honors (photo), July
  • Trickler, Jeffrey Edward
    • Gillotti-Trickler (photo), June
  • Vassallo, Louis III
    • Terri A. Beisheim and Louis Vassallo III (photo), July
  • Veley, Vessa S.
    • Veley to serve as conservation assistant, July
  • VerStraete, Kathleen
    • Couple engaged (photo), January
  • Vogt, Kelly Jane
    • Vogt-Rude (photo), August
  • Wagner, Julie A.
    • Roy E. Steinbronn Jr and Julie A. Wagner (photo), March
  • Warters, Debra J.
    • Scott A. Uhl and Debra J. Warters (photo), January
  • Whitney, Stacy
    • Sigma promotes Whitney (photo), February
  • Wilting, Scott W.
    • Wilting-DeRoller (photo), March
  • Woods, Susan
    • Woods-Bamonto (photo), August
  • Yannotti, Diane
    • Yannotti-Cronk (photo), July
  • Zaepfel, Jennifer
    • Hoop leaders, January
Alumni Association
  • FLCC alumni association to host golf tournament, April
  • FLCC alumni association to host picnic and election of officers, August
  • FLCC alumni picnic Sept. 17, August
  • Golf tournament, March
  • Golfers can't wait to start the '93 season, April
Arts
  • Copeland, Steve [FLCC alum]
    • FLCC graduate returns for jazz concert (photo), April
    • The piano man (photo), April
  • Drama
    • Dinner theater at FLCC [Roomers], March
    • Greater Tuna
      • ad, November
      • Take a trip to 'Greater Tuna' this weekend (photo Frank Storace and Adam Kuzia), November
    • Subject to Change
      • FLCC students to perform comedy (photo Maureen Connelly, Larry VanCassele, Sheri Coe, Lori Lloyd), March
      • FLCC theatre department to perform comedy "Subject to Change," March
      • Get ready for chuckles with 'Subject to Change' (photo Maureen Connelly, Larry VanCassele, Sheri Coe, Lori Lloyd), March
    • The Reluctant Dragon
      • Children's theater group to perform 'The Reluctant Dragon,' January
      • Children's theater now on tour, January
      • FLCC theater (photo Richard DeBatdz, Mike McCarthy, Matt Wolanski), January
      • Task of teaching a dragon to dance (photo BernieVan Epps and dragon), January
    • Theater event Sat. at FLCC [series of workshops], April
    • Theater workshop day set at college, April
  • Exhibits
    • AIDS
      • 'Lilies, urns and tattooed men' opens at Gallery 34 [David Kwasigroh], September
      • Appleseed collection continues at WCCA, September
      • Appleseed exhibits continue thru October, October
      • Dealing with AIDS through art (photo), October
      • FLCC hosts photo exhibit on AIDS, September
      • Newark resident's work shows the struggle of AIDS (photo David Kwasigroh), September
      • Photography depicting the struggle of AIDS on exhibit, September
    • East meets West
      • Gallery 34 to feature drawings "East meets West" [Robert Marx and Sunil Das], December
    • Henehan, Christine
      • Cherished memories (photos of artwork), January
      • The art of Christine Henehan (photos of artwork), January
    • Push Pin Posters
      • Poster exhibition set at FLCC gallery, February
      • Posters by Push Pin Studios on display at FLCC Gallery 34, January
    • Santelli, William
      • 'Challenging the viewer' (photo artwork), March
      • Anchor of conservatism in a sea of frivolity, March
      • Work of FLCC alumnus on exhibit, March
    • Williams, Wayne
      • Wayne Williams' art, November
  • FLPAC
    • . . . consumption of alcoholic beverages . . . is prohibited by the law, May
    • Concert promoter sues shell for 2nd time, February
    • Darien Lake goes Hollywood with summer amphitheater, February
    • Darien Lake plans $8M amphitheater, January
    • Despite dispute, shows safe at shell, January
    • Fans sing blues over planned RPO cuts, March
    • Finger Lakes battle is back in court, January
    • Fireworks, jazz light up holiday, June
    • First arrest for drinking outside of arts center, June
    • Judge reserves decision in concert promoter's suit, February
    • League close to shell deal, September
    • Promoter seeks sole management of shell, March
    • RPO cuts August shows at shell, March
    • RPO signs promoters for shell, March
    • Shell shows listed, April
    • Shell woos new show producer, February
    • Theater league countersues promoter, February
    • Two new promoters work on shell offerings, March
  • Spring Arts Festival
    • FLCC festival celebrates arts, May
    • FLCC spring arts festival, April
    • FLCC to host spring arts festival, April
    • You'll be treated to comedy, art, music at FLCC arts festival, May

B

Board of Trustees
  • 3 have roles at trustee convention [Gail D. Love, Daniel Hayes, Alison Noonan], October
  • Community college trustees name Patrick Burns as chairman for 1993, January
  • FLCC adopts nine 'institutional priorities,' March
  • Trustees
    • Bigham, William A.
      • FLCC trustee reappointed (photo), April
    • Burns, Patrick S.
      • . . . was selected to participate in a national project (photo), October
      • Burns joins national project (photo), August
      • Someone to know (photo), February
      • Trustees name Burns as board chairman (photo), February
    • Gobe, Ann S.
      • Chemistry teacher joins FLCC board of trustees (photo), October
      • Gobe serves on FLCC board (photo), November
    • Langer, Nancy
      • . . . elected president of the Association of Boards of Trustees of Community Colleges (photo), November
      • FLCC trustee elected to serve as president of state community college trustee organization, September
      • FLCC vice chairman heads college group (photo), September
      • Langer serves national board (photo), September
      • Two from FLCC attend seminar, June
Budget
  • $2M in budget for Finger Lakes, March
  • County agrees to give more money to FLCC, July
  • County sketches 1994 budget, February
  • FLCC budget hearing delayed, June
  • FLCC takes money woes to Albany, February
  • Supervisors OK $2.11 million for FLCC, July
Buildings and Grounds
  • Campus Safety
    • A safe place to learn, March
    • Area campus security officers prefer to remain unarmed, March
    • No call to arms at FLCC, February
    • Safety tips for students, March
  • Day Care Center
    • FLCC may build day care center, November
  • Engineering
    • . . . approved a contract for engineering with Dennison Engineering, June
  • Expansion
    • The king of cooperative ventures (photo Bernie Doran), February
  • Heating system
    • City council meetings will be televised [bid mentioned], November
  • Information Center
    • Graduate students create plan to boost tourism, February
    • Lakefront information center proposed, February
  • Institutional Art
    • 'Railroad tracks looking east and west' (photo Jason Flack and artwork in stairwell), March
  • Library Expansion
    • Bricks & mortar go before public, July
  • Jail space solution may be temporary, July
  • Main street campus
    • FLCC starts out at Sommers Motors, June
  • Recording suite
    • . . . awarded a bid to Judith A. Elliott-Brown, May
  • Roof
    • Roof repair amount settled, September
  • Smoking
    • College bans smoking, June
    • Finger Lakes community college bans smoking on campus, June
  • Trails
    • Canandaigua group tries to hike interest in trails, February

C

Careers
  • Criminal Justice Career Day set, October
  • More than 50 companies and government agencies to attend SUNY college and alumni job fair, February
  • Thinking about career change?, December
Commencement
  • College graduates, June
  • Commencements scheduled for colleges in area, May
  • Finger Lakes Comm. college graduates, July
  • Finger Lakes Community college graduates, August
  • FLCC's 25th commencement ceremony, April
  • Judge urges graduates to never give up (photo), May
  • Local FLCC graduates, June
  • Speaker
    • Judge to give speech at graduation (photo Nancy Smith), May
    • Judge to preside at FLCC graduation [Nancy Smith], May
    • Nancy Smith, Monroe County court judge . . ., April
Conferences and Workshops
  • Agriculture
    • Farm laws, advancements topic of April conference, March
  • Children and Substance Abuse
    • Conference focuses on kids touched by substance abuse, January
    • Effect of drug, alcohol abuse (photo), January
    • Substance abuse teleconference set, January
  • Children of Alcoholics
    • Teleconference on alcoholics' children, August
  • Composting
    • Composting workshop July 20, June
  • Coping
    • FLCC schedule coping workshop, May
  • Environment
    • Environmental rule explained [State Environmental Quality Review Act], May
  • Farming
    • Farm group, assessors seminar, April
  • Government Bids
    • Getting government bids, October
  • Land Use Planning and Zoning
    • 3-part planning teleconference focuses on land use, zoning, February
    • Learn how the zoning board works, March
    • Planning, zoning teleconferences at FLCC, February
  • Marketing
    • Marketing, May
  • Math
    • FLCC hosts workshop for math teachers, August
    • FLCC to host regional mathematics meeting, September
    • FLCC workshop for math instructors, July
  • Science
    • Hands-on experience (photo), December
    • Midlakes girls plan science workshops, December
  • Scientific Papers
    • College to host scientific papers day, October
    • Students, teachers present papers, December
  • Secretaries Briefing
    • FLCC to host secretaries briefing teleconference, April
    • Secretaries briefing next week at FLCC, April
  • Teaching
    • FLCC to host regional conference on teaching, September
    • FLCC to host regional learning conference, September
  • Women helping girls
    • Girls from area schools to attend conference, May
    • Women take the day, May
Courses and Programs
  • BOCES
    • BOCES gives job training new urgency, August
    • Career change classes form, May
    • Lenses, trucks, May
    • Register for BOCES classes, August
    • Ziti dinner, March
  • Community Education
    • 'Successful Woman' course date set, June
    • ad, February
    • Addiction, relationships course set at FLCC, September
    • Adventure drawing for kids to be held at FLCC, February
    • Ballooning
      • Ballooning, March
      • Ballooning course delayed, April
      • Ballooning course offered, May
      • FLCC offers ballooning for beginners, April
    • Basic videotaping techniques to be offered at FLCC, September
    • Bird Watching
      • FLCC offers course on introduction to bird watching, March
      • Learn the ABC's of bird watching at FLCC, April
    • Camera course at FLCC, February
    • Candy course at FLCC, September
    • Child Abuse
      • Child abuse ID course, February
      • Identifying child abuse, February
    • Country Western Dancing
      • FLCC to offer country western dancing, January
      • Kicking up their heels (photo Gary and Aggie Zittel), January
      • Latest dance fad stomps, kicks, boogies its way into Finger Lakes, March
    • Creating the successful woman, February
    • Drawing skills can be learned at FLCC, March
    • Edible Plants
      • Edible plants are course topic, March
      • FLCC offers wild edible plants walks, April
    • Egypt comes to FLCC, July
    • Explore personal and career dreams at FLCC, February
    • FLCC announces personal enrichment courses beginning in April, March
    • FLCC announces personal enrichment/professional development courses beginning in February, January
    • FLCC announces personal enrichment/professional development courses beginning in March, February
    • FLCC announces summer personal enrichment and professional development courses, May
    • FLCC course shows how to avoid back, neck injuries, February
    • FLCC hosts program on Galapagos Islands, August
    • FLCC knitting, quilting, and needlepoint courses to be offered in Canandaigua, Geneva and Victor, September
    • FLCC lists non-credit courses in November, October
    • FLCC offers course in how to be a clown, February
    • FLCC offers course on furniture fix-up, February
    • FLCC offers Kung Fu course, December
    • FLCC offers needlepoint class, January
    • FLCC offers personal and professional enrichment courses beginning in January and February, December
    • FLCC to host international banquet featuring the Galapagos Islands, July
    • FLCC to offer advanced videotaping techniques course, February
    • FLCC to offer course designed to help you get more out of life, January
    • FLCC to offer floral arrangement class in Waterloo, February
    • FLCC to offer new course on personal growth, empowerment and spirituality, February
    • FLCC to sponsor Adirondack ski trip, December
    • From Shakespeare to clogging, FLCC has it all, September
    • Gardening
      • FLCC gardens with wild flowers, March
      • Tree selection, planting workshop set, April
      • Water gardening course offered by FLCC, January
    • Get wise about wine, February
    • Ham radio course at FLCC begins Jan. 26, January
    • Kid's College
      • FLCC to offer summer kid's college program, May
    • Football courses offered, June
    • Marketing course offered by FLCC, December
    • Native American
      • FLCC offers Native American series, October
      • Native American lecture series - ad, September
      • Senecas, treaty examined in lectures, October
    • Non-credit courses planned by college, August
    • Of clowns and Easter eggs (photo Katrina Baker), March
    • One-day trips, July
    • Parenting
      • Bringing up baby, April
      • FLCC offers parenting course, December
      • Pediatric care course offered, January
      • Raise a can-do kid at FLCC, March
    • Performing at your peak, February
    • Pilot Training
      • FLCC to offer new course entitled 'private pilot ground school,' January
      • Pilot training course offered by FLCC, December
    • Public Relations
      • FLCC can help business owners with public relations, October
    • Relationships
      • FLCC class to deal with relationships, January
      • FLCC offers quality relationships course, October
    • Self-esteem course planned, April
    • Sign Language
      • Sign language course planned, February
    • Travel/Study Tours
      • FLCC travel tours, September
      • FLCC offers tours to foreign lands, September
      • FLCC offers travel/study tours, October
    • Wine appreciation course planned, January
    • Wine from Europe, March
    • Worker motivation series at FLCC, August
    • World War II course at college, September
  • Conservation
    • Canandaigua Lake-area cleanup under way (photo Paul Pfenninger, Jamie Finch, Trevor Charbonneau), May
    • FLCC adds environmental major [Natural Resources Conservation Law Enforcement], April
    • FLCC offers two taxidermy seminars, November
    • FLCC to offer conservation degree [law enforcement], April
    • Funds collected, lake cleanup to begin in spring, February
    • Nature preserve [taxidermy] (photo Brian Flaitz, Philip Grandshaw, Rhonda Potter), March
    • Onanda: park of tall firs, varied delights [trout collection project], October
    • Rain forest visit planned by FLCC, September
    • Students, profs present papers [Frank Smith, Bruce Gilman, Chris Van Schaick, Henry Spencer, Sylvia S. Thompson, Andrew Hansen, Robert L. Burgess], November
    • Talking turkey - local callers cluck it up at FLCC contest (photo Frank Smith, Greg Knapp), March
    • Trail blazing (photo), April
  • Criminal Justice
    • Protective Services-Top 100, July
  • Developmental Studies
    • Learning to cope with a disability, April
  • EMT
    • Basic EMT course, January
    • Emergency medical courses offered, December
    • EMS council named Blodgett coordinator [Jeff Blodgett], November
    • EMS council plans courses for fall, August
    • Finger Lakes regional Emergency medical advisory committee holds first meeting, October
    • Finger Lakes regional EMS conference attracts 140 people, October
    • Finger Lakes regional EMS council names administrative coordinator (photo Jeff Blodgett), November
    • Finger Lakes regional EMS council slates EMS conference, August
    • Ontario EMS named Agency of the Year, November
  • ESL
    • ESL course set at college, January
    • ESL courses set at two locations, August
    • FLCC offers ESL, January
  • FLCC offers evening courses for students, June
  • GED
    • ad, August, January
    • FLCC to host 'GED on TV' program, August
    • FLCC to offer free adult basic education and high school equivalency courses, August
    • FLCC to offer free GED courses, January
    • FLCC to offer free high school equivalency courses, January
    • GED commencement ceremony held at FLCC, June
    • GED series set on channel 12, August
    • Get a GED by watching TV, September
    • Hobart and William Smith receive literacy grant, April
    • Palmyra residents get equivalency diplomas, June
  • Geneseo
    • SUNY Geneseo to offer courses at FLCC, August
  • Horticulture
    • A tree grows in Canandaigua (photo Dan Feder), May
  • Institute
    • 'Homey' education goes out of its way, December
    • 2 local colleges will teach TQM, July
    • Business survival seminars to be offered this fall, August
    • Carnegie in Canandaigua, August
    • Finger Lakes Community College chosen to provide Total Quality Management training on a national level (photo James R. Parker, Daniel Hayes, Richard A. Roth), June
    • FLCC breakfast series to highlight 'workplace for the millennium,' August
    • FLCC institute accepting registration for personal computer training courses beginning in October, September
    • FLCC institute to train Ontario County employees in TQM, October
    • FLCC offers series to motivate employees, September
    • FLCC's Institute recognized for TQM, March
    • Go team, go, March
    • Institute lists 12 computer course dates, August
    • Institute picked for county training, October
    • Institute receives state teaching grant, September
    • Learn more about computers, November
    • Management courses offered by the institute, September
    • Management, TQM courses set, August
    • The Institute accepting registration for total quality management courses, November
    • The Institute and NYS department of economic development form partnership, September
    • TQM article from SUNY Index, August
    • TQM to be taught at FLCC, September
    • World class training for small to mid-size companies - ad, September
  • International Studies
    • Taking a break from FLCC to live and learn in jolly old England (photo Adrianna Zehr), April
  • Jan Plan
    • Jan Plan courses sign-ups set, December
  • Literacy
    • Literacy Volunteer Week increases public awareness, February
  • Nursing
    • FLCC nursing graduates exceed passing state and national RN exams, November
    • FLCC offers courses for nursing exam, April
    • FLCC offers courses to prepare for RN licensure exam, April
    • Open house for nursing, April
  • Photography
    • Water-logged - FLCC students capture images of the floods (photos), May
  • Physical Education
    • National Automobile Dealers Charitable Foundation donates 'resusci Anne' to FLCC, August
    • She plans to run for the health of it (photo Dyan Shue), April
    • Yoga - once considered weird, India's spiritual and physical art form is catching on here (photos), May
  • Summer School
    • FLCC summer school registration dates set, June
    • Regional summer school - ad, June
  • Tech-Prep
    • Local education representatives attend Tech Prep conference, November, October
    • Phelps-Clifton Springs, August
    • Tech prep at board meeting [Marcus Whitman], November
    • Tech-prep program okd, March
    • Whitman board hears 'Tech Prep,' December
  • Telecourses
    • FLCC announces spring telecourses, January
    • FLCC offers telecourses, December
    • FLCC schedules spring telecourses, December
    • FLCC to offer fall telecourses, August
  • Television Broadcasting
    • FLCC to offer AAS degrees in theater, broadcasting, May
    • Theater, TV to be offered at FLCC, May
    • Two more degree programs at FLCC, May
  • Theater Arts
    • FLCC to offer AAS degrees in theater, broadcasting, May
    • Theater, TV to be offered at FLCC, May
    • Two more degree programs at FLCC, May
  • Tourism
    • FLCC presents tourism educational partnership award at tourism summit, May
    • FLCC students develop and administer survey for Hammondsport, July
    • Students make tourism survey, July
    • Tourism officials receive recognition, May
    • Tourism students at two conferences, March

D

Dean's List
  • Area students on Dean's list, June
  • Dean's list, February, January, March
  • FLCC announces fall dean's list, January
  • FLCC Dean's list, May
  • Honor rolls, February
  • Melissa A. Elliott . . . has been named, June
  • National Dean's list, November
  • Rennoldson, Moriarty make FLCC dean's list [Naples students], January
  • Snyder on dean's list (photo Amy Snyder), June

E

Empire State College
  • College info, January
  • Empire college, May
  • Empire state college info, November
  • Learn about Empire State, June
  • Learn about grad school, October
  • Master's degree information program, May
Enrollment
  • Class selection (photo Susan Day), September
  • Colleges may face declining enrollments, December
  • FLCC learns more about its makeup, March
Events
  • 25th Anniversary
    • . . . on April 3, February
    • 25 and proud of it (photos clown workshop and Dr. Hayes), March
    • 25 years for FLCC, March
    • ad, March
    • Birthday bash (photo Alison Noonan Hayes and Dr. Hayes), March
    • Celebrating 25 years (photo Ruth Legg and students), March
    • College plans 25th anniversary celebration, March
    • FLCC birthday events, March
    • FLCC birthday poster (photo Dorothy and Jim Lynaugh, parents of poster designer Matt Lynaugh), April
    • FLCC birthday prompts memory of stormy past (photo Gen. Lewis Hershey at Dr. Satre's inauguration), March
    • FLCC celebrates 25th anniversary, February
    • FLCC remembers humble start, celebrates 25 years of expansion (photo Katrina Baker), March
    • FLCC: the early years (photos of early years), March
    • FLCC: we've come a long way, March
    • Free classes offered for FLCC birthday, March
    • Making excellence happen - A 25 year tradition (photos), March
    • Mayoral proclamation, March
    • Message from the president (photo Dr. Hayes), March
    • Thumbs up, thumbs down, April
    • Yesterday and Today - Jack Bricker (photo), March
  • Business Symposium
    • Bloomfield Central was the overall winner . . ., April
    • They mean business at this competition (photo Grif Stappenbeck, Beckie Clow), March
  • Circus
    • 'Circus Day' Thursday, July
  • Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week
    • Collegiate alcohol awareness week set, October
  • Conservation Field Days
    • Bee-witching lecture (photo Richard Onze), September
    • This text has no ink (photos), September
  • Envirothon
    • PYA takes Envirothon, April
  • Family Day
    • FLCC sets family day, September
    • FLCC to host family day, October
  • Kwanzaa
    • Kwanzaa celebration begins Wednesday, December
  • Math Competition
    • FLCC announces math winners, June
    • GHS students third in contest, May
    • Mynderse students in mathematics contest, May
    • Victor students earn math honor, May
  • Science Olympics
    • BHS science olympiad team finishes 3rd, December
    • FLCC Mobil Chemical announce winners of math and science olympics, December
    • Flynn, Stefanik named Good Citizens, October
    • Math and Science Olympics at FLCC, November
    • Mobil Science Olympics (photo Red Creek students), January
    • Science Olympics challenge Pal-Mac minds (photo), December
    • Victor earns first place, December
    • Webster second in math competition, December
  • Technology Bound
    • Area high school students attend FLCC Technology Bound, February
    • Students attend technology workshop, February
    • Technology program for high school girls, February
Extension Centers
  • Geneva
    • City gets grant to study uses for downtown parcels, April
    • City to transfer FLCC building to IDA, August
    • FLCC eyes 2 Exchange St. sites for move, March
    • FLCC Geneva center to hold arts and crafts festival benefit, November
  • Newark
    • Adults go back to school (photos Sue Ann Buttwell, Byron Bodiford, Jackie Urbiles, Paul Bolton, Karen Hendrick, Karen Vitalone, Shirley Schulze), February
    • Clifton Springs doctor buys DDSO building, November
    • Newark college growing, February
    • Planners reject farm worker center, December
  • Two take posts at FLCC centers [Elizabeth E. Reed at Newark and Betty L. Dunn at Geneva], April

F

Faculty and Staff
  • 24 FLCC employees receive distinguished service awards [Thomas O'Hara, Bruce Bridgman, John Coons, Frances Freeman, Linda Hobart, Putt Moore, Mary Placito, Carol Potter, Susan Smith, Susan Durand, Bill Kramp, Nancy Purdy, Cheryl Alting, Paul Bailey, Barbara Chappell, Sally Roelle, Raymond Stein, Marylou Boynton, Cathy Petruccione, Pat Bizzaro, Arlene Spaulding, Mary Lou Palumbo, Lorie Henley, Karen Schuhle-Williams], June
  • Adams, Clayton
    • Art a la cart, January
    • Arts council announces new board members, October
    • Proud of NCS art department - letter to the editor, February
  • Adams, Jeff
    • Council on camera - letter to the editor - William H. Dobbin, Jr., December
    • Lights, camra, action! City Council meeting will be videotaped; will air Thursday, November
  • Bell, Mary Beth
    • FLCC staff members address annual librarians conference, July
  • Bero, Cindy
    • Stepping up to a new kind of workout, March
  • Blazey, Victoria A.
    • FLCC appoints career counselor, May
    • FLCC appoints new career development counselor, May
  • Boerman, Richard
    • Newark Grange names citizen of the year (photo), March
  • Boynton, Marylou
    • FLCC staff published, July
    • Two on FLCC staff present paper, August
  • Bridgman, Bruce
    • Awards for faculty (photo), June
    • Chancellor's awards honor two at FLCC (photo), June
    • FLCC professor has work in textbook, January
    • Prof. chosen for textbook (photo), January
    • Two FLCC faculty members receive SUNY Chancellor's award, May
  • Brown, Niles F.
    • New FLCC staff members, November
  • Brown, Sandra
    • Two on FLCC faculty present abstract, November
  • Capozzi, Mary
    • Three FLCC departments have new chairs, August
  • Clarkson, Nancy
    • FLCC profs earn degrees, April
    • Nurse certified, March
  • Clawson, Richard
    • College official pleads guilty, March
    • Ex-college staffer gets probation, July
    • FLCC administrator fired after conviction, March
    • FLCC counselor admits lifting student's skirt, March
    • FLCC to decide tomorrow on administrator's future, March
    • Former FLCC official gets probation, July
  • Coleman, Muriel N.
    • . . . appointed an evening admissions counselor, February
    • FLCC appoints new evening admissions counselor, January
    • New staff at FLCC (photo), January
    • Two take FLCC posts, January
  • Colf, Lilian
    • Colf of Penn Yan earns Master's degree, February
    • College graduate (photo), February
    • Master's degree earned (photo), February
  • College employees honored for service [Cheryl Alting, Paul Bailey, Barbara Chappell, Susan Durand, William Kramp, Thomas O'Hara, Cathy Petruccione, Sally Roelle, Raymond Stein], June
  • Commisso, Rosemary
    • Former Utican gets promotion at college, July
  • Community college promotes 12 on faculty [Linda Hobart, Leonard Malinowski, Edwin Moberg, Gloria Bemben, Marylou Boynton, Richard Monheim, Louise Mulvaney, Colleen O'Mara, Claire Blanton, Dana Demmans, Michele Howland, Jacqueline Glaser], May
  • Coons, John
    • Cancer support group holds special meeting times during September, August
  • Cooper, Charlotte
    • Book program in Clifton Springs, August
  • Cowart, Luvenia W.
    • FLCC names Geneva center director, July
    • FLCC trustees approve new center director, August
  • Demmans, Dana
    • AAUW hosts dinner tomorrow, February
    • Czech architecture is speaker's topic, May
  • Department chairpersons named at FLCC [David Prull, Mary Capozzi, Michael Prockton, Jack Bricker, Elaine Lomber, Putt Moore, Pat Malinowski, Bill Banaszewski, Sherman Hunt], July
  • Dodge, Marty
    • Ecosystem lecture (photo), February
    • Escaping to fjords, glaciers (photo), February
    • FLCC to host presentation on wilderness Alaska and rain forests of Costa Rica, February
    • Logging comes to Bristol hills (photo), November
    • Nature trail under siege (photos), July
    • Rain forest on local TV, June
    • Sandy Bottom Nature Trail becomes official (photo), October
  • Drake, Lee
    • FLCC professor presents workshops, December
  • Dunn, Deborah
    • FLCC posts, May
  • Fagan, Jeanne
    • . . . received her master's degree, April
    • Master's degrees, March
  • Five joined FLCC staff [Lynne A. Constable, Susan Rubright Engman, Angela B. Monnat, Sharon Nedrow, Keith Turner], August
  • FLCC adds seven to staff [Jeanette Dunn, Brian Fisher, Daniel Haynes, Neal McDannel, William Osborne, Richard Spaulding, Deborah Warner], October
  • FLCC announces five new staff members [Deborah A. Dunn, Elizabeth E. Reed, John Taylor, Betty L. Dunn, Michael P. Nolan], April
  • FLCC employees get service awards [Paul Bailey, Barbara Chappell, Sally Roelle, Susan Durand, William Kramp, Raymond Stein, Lorie Henley, Karen Schuhle-Williams], June
  • FLCC promotes five [Rosemary Commisso, Alison Noonan, James Ortiz, Sue Spencer, Dave Willower], March
  • Freeman, Carol
    • FLCC announces 2 new staff members, July
  • Friedman, Peter S.
    • FLCC dean presents at annual SUNY conference, June
    • FLCC dean presents paper, June
  • Geary, Ray
    • College graduate (photo), May
    • FLCC staff earn degrees (photo), June
  • Gilman, Bruce
    • 'Flint Hill Flora,' June
    • 'Winter tree buds,' March
    • . . . are conducting a study of the winter ecology, April
    • . . . has completed a study on plant composition, April
    • Canandaigua Lake study, March
    • FLCC faculty member presents at annual federation of lake association conference, June
    • FLCC teacher presents seminar, July
    • Green 'gunk' coats lake, piques curiosity, August
    • Lake invaders - scientists losing battle to keep Finger Lakes free of foreign plants, animals, March
    • Salt pile shakes up Bristol, July
    • Winter ecology of lake studied, March
  • Glaser, Jackie
    • . . . received her master's degree, April
    • Living and learning - older students hit the books (photo), February
    • Master's degrees, March
  • Gustke, David
    • New FLCC staff members, November
  • Haluch, John
    • . . . elected to the Faculty Council of Community Colleges (photo), January
    • Three at FLCC awarded sabbaticals, June
  • Hassell, Sudy
    • Skiing tips from H. Ross Perot (photo), January
  • Hayes, Daniel
    • . . . guest speaker for Geneva Women's Club, September
    • Area CEO's form study group, November
    • Boy Scouts elect officers and executive board members, June
    • Boy Scouts slate annual meeting - FLCC president to present keynote, June
    • College chief has collection to fret about (photo), April
    • Finger Lakes Community College - A community college's four challenges (photo), May
    • FLCC president speaks to Rotarians, January
    • FLCC president talks on guitars, May
    • FLCC president to address 'the mission of the community college in challenging economic times,' February
    • FLCC president to address Canandaigua Kiwanis club, January
    • FLCC president to address Newark Kiwanis, July
    • FLCC president to address Newark Rotary, February
    • FLCC president will speak at Kiwanis, February
    • FLCC's Hayes plans speech to IMC, February
    • Getting in on the ground floor (photo), November
    • Mission of a local college, January
    • State's colleges, universities should collaborate (photo), November
    • Strings attached (photo), April
    • The right mix of tradition, new thinking (photos), June
    • Twentieth annual RAS Fall Paper session, November
    • Two from FLCC attend seminar, June
  • Haynes, Daniel
    • Haynes appointed by FLCC, October
  • Hightower, Trenton
    • . . . has been appointed marketing and training coordinator (photo), June
    • FLCC institute names marketing coordinator, May
    • New marketing and training coordinator appointed to FLCC Institute for Business, Industry, and Professional Development, May
    • Trainer (photo), June
  • Hobart, Linda
    • . . . presented Fostering Different Modes of Learning, February
    • FLCC staffers present paper, February
  • Iannicello, Linda D.
    • Three join FLCC staff, November
  • Insalaco, Thomas
    • 'The Tribute series' (photo), May
    • Art professor plans exhibition, October
    • Arts & Entertainment, October
    • He wants only to be known as a good painter (photo), May
  • Kamm, Catherine
    • Kammelots making music, March
    • The Kammelots, March
  • Kelley, Michael E.
    • FLCC staff, July
  • Staff appointments at FLCC, August
  • Kennedy, Elaine
    • MW names 'Teacher of the Year' (photo), May
  • Langlois, Dagmar
    • . . . elected treasurer of Illustrators Forum, September
  • Lee, Arlene
    • Sunday profile (photo), March
  • Lowden, Bob
    • FLCC staff members listed in Who's Who, May
    • FLCC's Lowden to coach at 1994 Olympic Festival (photo), December
    • Lowden to Italy [baseball clinic], April
    • Show is latest adventure for this area sweet talker, April
  • MacWhorter, Bruce
    • Style vs. substance (photo of artwork), January
  • Madera, Grace
    • . . . appointed at FLCC representative (photo), November
    • FLCC employee is named liaison, October
    • Madera will represent FLCC (photo), October
  • Malinowski, Patricia A.
    • Awards for faculty (photo), June
    • Chancellor's awards honor two at FLCC (photo), June
    • Three on FLCC staff speak at conference, April
    • Two FLCC faculty members receive SUNY Chancellor's award, May
  • Mandery, Francis J.
    • Three at FLCC awarded sabbaticals, June
  • Mannato, Lawrence
    • Mannato paintings at Yates gallery, January
  • Marion, Dan
    • FLCC professor featured in Organic Gardening magazine, October
  • Marsall, Julie
    • Success for ADD students, May
  • Matteson, Susan
    • FLCC faculty member performs in international harpsichord festival, February
  • Maus, Henry
    • Canandaigua says 'da' to trip - local group plans Aug. visit to Russian sister city, May
  • McClamroch, Jo E.
    • FLCC announces new staff members, January
    • Two librarians hired at FLCC, January
  • Meder, Charles J.
    • . . . appointed interim president of St. Bernard's Institute, January
    • Retired FLCC president praised, February
    • St. Bernard's proves it is still the solid 'Rock' (photo Dr. Meder), February
  • Merit Awards [John Coons, John Pietropaolo, Frank Smith, Susan Smith, Ruth Toski, Nancy Colsman, Deborah Olsen, Sherman Hunt, Barbara Chappell, Barbara Schreiber], May
  • Merit Awards at FLCC [John Coons, John Pietropaolo, Francis Smith, Susan Smith, Ruth Toski, Nancy Colsman, Deborah Olsen, Sherman Hunt, Barbara Chappell, Barbara Schreiber], July
  • Montcrieff, Ray
    • FLCC staff, July
    • Montcrieff elected fire chief in East Rochester volunteer fire department, December
    • Staff appointments at FLCC, August
  • Mulvaney, Louise
    • FLCC PTK members attend honors institute, June
    • FLCC student, teacher honored [Phi Theta Kappa] (photo), April
    • Honor society makes awards to two (photo), April
  • Murphy, William
    • Bloomfield incumbents unopposed, March
  • Nealon, James P.
    • Three join FLCC staff, November
  • Nolan, Michael P.
    • FLCC posts, May
  • Noonan, Alison
    • Alternative healing finds devotees and detractors (photo), February
    • FLCC staff earn degrees (photo), June
    • FLCC staff member publishes article, May, November
    • Look good [speech], May
    • Noonan to take part in Leaders Program (photo), February, March
    • Promises to keep or break in 1993 (photo), January
    • Public relations workshop set, May
    • Uncommon remedies - frustrated by medicine's failings, patients turn to new age healers, February
  • O'Donnell, Karen
    • FLCC teacher in Who's Who, December
    • Professor has article published in state journal, February
    • Three on FLCC staff speak at conference, April
  • O'Neill, Ellen
    • . . . appointed director of development and alumni affairs (photo), February
    • . . . appointed to director of development and alumni affairs, February
    • 1993 United Way campaign announces officers, February
    • College names alumni, development director (photo), February
    • Meet the new 1994 board member (photo), December
    • United Way hopes to top $600,000, February
  • Olds, Barbara
    • FLCC faculty member elected to national honor society, July
  • Olsen, Deborah
    • FLCC staff earn degrees, June
  • Olsen, Stephanie
    • New FLCC staff members, November
  • Ortiz, James
    • 1993 United Way campaign announces officers, February
    • College loan plan unveiled, February
    • FLCC staff published, July
    • Two on FLCC staff present paper, August
    • United Way hopes to top $600,000, February
  • Palumbo, Mary Lou
    • FLCC faculty member selected classroom reading teacher of the year, May
    • Grandparents support group, February
    • Reading teachers honored by peers, May
    • Second time around parents, February
    • Taking care of grandkids, February
    • Three on FLCC staff speak at conference, April
  • Pasek, Mary R.
    • FLCC announces new staff members, January
    • Two librarians hired at FLCC, January
  • Pietropaolo, Pat
    • Director addresses state conference, October
    • FLCC faculty member contributes to state-wide publication, June
    • FLCC faculty member has article published in science guidebook, July
    • FLCC professor pens handbook, June
    • FLCC teacher on solid waste panel, June
    • Professor helps with science book, August
    • Tech Prep director speaks at conference, October
  • Pimkowski, Dennett
    • . . . presented Fostering Different Modes of Learning, February
    • FLCC staffers present paper, February
    • Two at FLCC to host workshop, October
  • Plum, Kathleen
    • FLCC profs earn degrees, April
  • Prockton, Michael
    • Three FLCC departments have new chairs, August
  • Promotions at FLCC [James Ortiz, Alison Noonan, Rosemary Commisso, Dave Willower, Sue Spencer], April
  • Prull, David
    • Three FLCC departments have new chairs, August
  • Record, Mickey
    • Several area players selected to women's regional AAU team, March
  • Reece-Tillack, Heather
    • FLCC announces 2 new staff members, July
  • Rice, Patricia
    • . . . was appointed head of the scholarship committee, May
    • FLCC faculty member appointed to chair scholarship committee of CUNY-SUNY, April
    • FLCC staff members listed in Who's Who, May
    • FLCC staffer named to lead committee, April
  • Richardson, Benjamin
    • Brighton inventor's latest offering really cleans up (photo), May
    • FLCC staff, July
    • Man to man - friendship isn't the same for men and women (photo), November
    • Staff appointments at FLCC, August
  • Richardson, Maria
    • Counselor joins FLCC staff, June
    • FLCC announces new staff member, June
  • Rideout, Eleanor
    • Three join FLCC staff, November
  • Riesenberger, Kathleen S.
    • FLCC employee inducted into international honor society in education, April
    • FLCC specialist in society (photo), April
    • Riesenberger inducted into Kappa Delta Phi (photo), April
  • Ring, Lynne M.
    • Coming to the aid of EMS workers (photo), February
    • Coordinator leaving for Ill., July
    • Departing EMS coordinator is cited for years of service (photo with Paul Hyland), August
    • EMS council director moves to Illinois (photo), August
  • Rivenburgh, Ed
    • . . . had an article published, April
    • FLCC official's article published (photo), March
    • FLCC staff members address annual librarians conference, July
    • Three at FLCC awarded sabbaticals, June
  • Rohring, Richard W.
    • obituary, August
  • Samanta, Prashanta
    • FLCC PTK members attend honors institute, June
  • Schuhle-Williams, Karen
    • Newark Center Administrator honored by FLCC award, June
  • Sherrill, Munro
    • A love of conducting (photo), December
  • Smith, Brenda A.
    • . . . recently appointed as director of Educational Opportunity Program, February
    • College announces new education opportunity program director, January
    • New staff at FLCC (photo), January
    • Sunday profile (photo), June
    • Two take FLCC posts, January
  • Smith, Frank
    • . . . are conducting a study of the winter ecology, April
    • Canandaigua Lake study, March
    • Lake invaders - scientists losing battle to keep Finger Lakes free of foreign plants, animals, March
    • Winter ecology of lake studied, March
  • Smith, Susan
    • FLCC prof certified by Texas Instruments, November
    • Teacher certified for course, November
    • Two at FLCC to host workshop, October
  • Socha, John
    • . . . was selected to serve on the advisory board of the Guidance Research Group, April
    • FLCC director selected to serve on guidance research group advisory board, March
    • FLCC official on magazine board, April
  • Soehner, Susan
    • Faculty in spotlight, November
  • Spencer, Sue
    • Geneseo provost to head Ill. school (photo Don Spencer), October
  • Stern, Max H.
    • Max H. Stern, 73; ex-Kodak scientist, October
  • Taylor, John
    • FLCC posts, May
  • Taylor, Karla
    • FLCC staff members listed in Who's Who, May
  • Three from FLCC at conference [Marylou Boynton, James Ortiz, Daniel Hayes], July
  • Torrell, John J. "Jack"
    • Probation chief closes book on 30-year career (photo), January
  • Urbaitis, Carol
    • Urbaitis earns promotion, May
  • VanZetta, Nancy
    • FLCC financial aid director elected chair of Rochester region NYS financial aid administrators, August
  • Wager, Kim
    • Two on FLCC faculty present abstract, November
  • Wertz, Edward T.
    • Mr. and Mrs. Wertz (photo), October
    • Vows renewed (photo), September
  • White, Chris
    • Feathery facts, October
    • Slide program on birds to be presented at Gates Presbyterian, October
  • Williams, Wayne
    • FLCC art professor's sculpture on display, September
    • Work by Wayne Williams on exhibit at Gallery 34, November
  • Zalewski, Steve
    • . . . gave a presentation, May
    • Institute worker speaks at conference, March
    • Zalewski in Calif., March
Financial Aid
  • College financial aid information meeting, December
  • FLCC to host financial aid workshop, December
  • GHS to host college workshop, November
  • Scholarships
    • $1,000 offer (from AAUW), April
    • FLCC announces Freshman scholarship recipients, October
    • FLCC students receive nurserymen's scholarship [Barbara Rose, Don Osborn, Audrey Rex, Keith Czadzeck], March
    • FLCC students receive reading and writing awards, December
    • Scholarship recipients [Keith Czadzeck, Don Osborne, Barbara Rose] [from NYS Nurserymen's Association], March
    • Scholarship recipients [Wegmans], May
    • Scholarships awarded to 14 FLCC students [reading/writing scholarships], January
    • Scholarships from FLCC [reading/writing], May
    • Students win scholarships [adult students Bruce Gage, Christine DeMarco, Jeff Emerling, Mark T. Salva, Jane Wheeler], June
    • Wegmans scholarships awarded, May
  • Waterloo school plans financial aid seminar, November
FLTV
  • A little bit country not enough for viewer, February
  • City, union talks not getting results, January
  • Downtown on the agenda, January
  • Finger Lakes TV tightens up its belt, June
  • FL cable access TV schedule, February
  • FLCC appoints coordinator of Finger Lakes Television [David Conyer], December
  • FLCC speech on public access [Mark Lane], April
  • FLTV slashes hours, searches for funding (photo Reg Neale), May
  • Local television program puts focus on people [Bob Lowden quoted], April
Foundation
  • . . . following elected to foundation board: Robert Anania, Kevin Kamholtz, Daniel Fuller, March
  • Award Dinner
    • 'Corporate good guy' - Sands honored by collect foundation (photo Marvin Sands and Dr. Charles Meder), April
    • FLCC Foundation dinner sold out, April
    • Foundation to honor wine company founder (photo Marvin Sands), April
  • Corporations boost MCC fund drive, October
  • Finger Lakes Community College launches annual fund appeal, October
  • FLCC foundation elects officers and appoints six new members to board, October
  • FLCC foundation elects three new members to foundation board [Robert Anania, Kevin Kamholtz, Daniel Fuller], February
  • FLCC foundation launches annual drive (photo Annette Collins, Edward T. Hanley), October
  • FLCC foundation names new officers (photo George Hamlin IV, Daniel Fuller, Dennis A. Morga, Anne Henry), October
  • FLCC foundation names three to board (photo Anania, Fuller, Kamholtz), February
  • FLCC honors Sands (photo Marvin Sands), March
  • FLCC launches annual fund appeal (photo Edward T. Hanley, Annette Collins), November
  • Fund campaign, October

G

Grants
  • FLCC begins 1993-94 with $924,953 in grant funding, November
  • FLCC receives five grants for projects, November
  • Tech Prep
    • FLCC receives $235,000 tech prep grant, July
    • FLCC receives grant for Tech Prep program, July
    • FLCC receives Tech Prep grant, August
    • FLCC wins technical grant, August

H

Health
  • HIV-AIDS update set, October
Hours
  • FLCC cuts hours for the summer, July
  • FLCC to close for President's Day, February
  • Summer hours at FLCC, June

I

Internships
  • FLCC-Mobil sets internship, June
  • Mobil Chemical involved in internships, July

L

Lectures
  • Canadian forest, CIA-JFK death link among FLCC lecture topics, March
  • Global Awareness
    • Deutchman, Iva
      • Politics in Australia is FLCC lecture topic, October
    • Devereux, David
      • FLCC global awareness series to address Canada at the crossroads, February
      • History professor to speak at FLCC, April
      • Lecture on Quebec set at FLCC, February
    • Film 'walkabout' presented as part of FLCC's global awareness series, October
    • FLCC Global Awareness series, October
    • FLCC Global Awareness series to present "UTU," November
    • Heller, Josh
      • A demonstration of Mexican food, April
      • FLCC Global Awareness series tempts your taste buds with Mexican cooking, April
      • Mexican cooking program planned, April
    • Jemison, G. Peter
      • "Who walks the path," February
      • 'Who walks the path,' February
    • Kintz, E.R.
      • FLCC global awareness series to discuss the Maya of Yucatan, Mexico, February
      • Mayan lecture, February
    • Lynch, Bob and Jayne Howell
      • FLCC global awareness to address migrant farmworkers, March
    • Maus, Henry
      • Economics lecture is part of series, February
      • FLCC global awareness series to address the new capitalist, February
      • History talk at FLCC, February
    • Norris, Darrell A.
      • Talk on Indonesia set at FLCC, November
    • North America Today - ad, February
    • Roark-Calnek, Sue
      • Community fight is lecture topic, March
    • Zinoman, Peter
      • Lecture at FLCC on Univ. of Hanoi, November
  • Goerlitz, Dave
    • Former lead model for Winston cigarettes to address problems of nicotine addiction, January
    • Role model - ex-cigarette spokesman rails against smoking (photo), February
  • Hilpert, Rose
    • FLCC to feature program on the homeless, February
    • Homeless lecture set, February
  • Larson, Kermit
    • Accounting text author speaks at FLCC (photo), February
    • Author and accounting professor addresses FLCC students, February
  • Mansius, George
    • Bonsai slides, talk at college, March
  • Maus, Henry
    • FLCC to feature slide presentation "A glimpse of Russia Today," October
  • Methadone
    • FLCC Program [history of methadone], April
    • Methadone program set at FLCC, April
  • Scholar's Forum
    • Dith Pran, Mark Lane among FLCC speakers, March
    • Feld, Steven
      • Explore 'Voices of the Rainforest,' April
    • Gordon, John H.
      • Kennedy assassination still brings examination, questions (photo), November
      • Lecture at FLCC on JFK assassination, November
    • LaBastille, Anne
      • Adirondack woodswoman to lecture at FLCC forum, April
      • Beauty and peril of Adirondacks probed during FLCC program (photo), April
    • Lane, Mark
      • Author tells college audience the CIA killed Kennedy (photo), April
      • FLCC scholar's forum to address JFK assassination, March
    • Leyner, Mark
      • Author to speak at FLCC Tuesday (photo), April
    • Nationally known speakers to highlight scholar's forum at FLCC, February
    • Pran, Dith
      • 'Killing Fields' survivor details horrors in talk (photo), March
      • 'Killing Fields' survivor to speak at FLCC (photo), March
      • . . . will speak at FLCC (photo), February
      • One man's crusade for action (photo), March
    • Scholars' Forum starts next month at FLCC, February
  • Sorrentino, Joseph
    • Homeless advocate to show slides at FLCC [sponsored by Social Science-Human Services Club], October
Library
  • Academy library courts public, September
  • FLCC library plans book amnesty days, November
  • FLCC library to sponsor amnesty days for overdue books, December
  • Forging links between community, college (photos Susan Fox, Paul Hartwell, Amina Morrison, Brian Fisher), September

M

Ministries
  • Ministry can play big role at colleges, March
Music
  • Chorale
    • . . . seeking new members, January
    • Chorale looking for new members, February
    • Chorale looks for voices, June
    • Chorale seeks new voices, September
    • Chorale sets summer schedule, June
    • Chorale to perform church anthems, November
    • Chorale, singers perform works by Hayden and Mozart, April
    • Finger Lakes chorale in concert, November
    • Finger Lakes chorale seeks new members, January
    • Finger Lakes chorale to perform, July
    • Finger Lakes chorale to perform selections from Guys and Dolls, Crazy for You and Carousel, July
    • FL chorale to perform, August
  • Finger Lakes Chorale and FLCC singers to perform concert, April
  • FLCC jazz ensemble and college singers to host winter concert, November
  • Lincoln Hill Singers
    • FLCC's Lincoln Hill Singers to hold tryouts on Sept. 27, September
    • Lincoln Hill Singers give fall concert, September
    • Lincoln Hill Singers to perform music of Samuel Barber, September
    • Special music at Wolcott Baptist church [Eric D. Martin], November
  • Two groups to sing at choral concert, April
  • Wind Ensemble
    • Finger Lakes Wind Ensemble in concert, March
    • Finger Lakes Wind Ensemble to perform "Sounds of the Season" new conductor to debut, December
    • Finger Lakes Wind Ensemble to perform at FLPAC, June
    • Finger Lakes Wind Ensemble to perform concert at Lilac festival, May
    • March is month to march to Geneva to hear march music, March
    • Show celebrates the American West, May
    • Westward ho! - ad, May

O

Orientation
  • ad - for part-time students, August, December
  • FLCC sets orientation session, January
  • FLCC to host orientation program for part-time students, August, December
  • FLCC to sponsor Survival 101: an orientation program for new part-time students, January

P

Planning
  • Board adopts college plan [Institutional Plan], June

R

Registration
  • FLCC accepting registration for Jan Plan, December
  • FLCC announces registration for spring BOCES courses, April
  • FLCC courses, vocational courses set, August
  • FLCC to hold registration, August
  • Jan Plan - ad, February
  • Register for FLCC and BOCES courses, April
  • Register for FLCC courses, September
  • Registering for summer courses, April
  • Spring semester registration set, January
  • Vocational courses registration dates set, December

S

Salaries and Contracts
  • A small gain in faculty salaries [not FLCC specific], April
  • CSEA
    • Negotiations at FLCC fail, May
  • FLCC workers agree to pay health costs, July
  • How much is too much? Targeted by taxpayers, public officials defend their salaries, January
Speakers Bureau
  • FLCC bureau has gift of gab, December
  • FLCC updates speakers' list, November
  • Speakers' bureau at Finger Lakes, November
Sports
  • Academic All-Americans (photo Dr. Daniel Hayes, Mark Salva, Bruce Bridgman, Putt Moore, John Cascini), March
  • Baseball
    • A whole new ball game for the Lakers (photo Bob Lowden and Jeremy Burch), March
    • Baseball runs in his veins (photo Bob Lowden), March
    • Camp
      • Baseball camps offered at FLCC, February
      • FLCC baseball camp, February
      • FLCC to hold clinics, June
      • FLCC to host winter baseball camp, February
      • FLCC to sponsor baseball camp, February
      • In training (photo Justin Davenport), March
      • Little League camp (photo Andy Leyden, Jimmy Habecker, Tim Leyden, Chris Leyden, Bob Lowden, Ryan Crocket, Brian Ennis, Ed Fitzpatrick), August
      • Youth baseball camp at FLCC, July
      • Youth baseball camp offered, June
    • FLCC back in winning groove, April
    • FLCC baseball coach selected for Envoy program [Bob Lowden], May
    • FLCC does another split, April
    • FLCC ousted from regionals, May
    • FLCC splits opening day twinbill, March
    • FLCC splits twinbill, April
    • FLCC splits twinbill with Mohawk, April
    • FLCC stays alive, whips JCC (photo Kevin Rhinehart, Bob Lowden, Jason Vincent), April
    • FLCC sweeps Cobleskill, April
    • FLCC's coach Lowden to conduct baseball clinic in Italy, April
    • FLCC's coach Lowden to participate in national scouting report invitational baseball camp, June
    • Forecast brighter for high school sports [flooding], March
    • Lakers honored, May
    • Lakers split fourth straight doubleheader, April
    • Lowden to coach baseball at U.S. Olympic festival, December
    • Malone will return for loaded Knights, April
    • Pitcher-perfect day for FLCC, April
    • Twin no-hitters for FLCC, April
  • Basketball
    • Camp
      • Basketball tryout camp, October
      • Free agent tryout camp, October
      • NBA dreaming prolonged by tryout camp (photo Dick Pullen), October
    • FLCC hoop teams rout Cazenovia, January
    • FLCC hosting open hoops tourney [benefit for softball team], January
    • FLCC men run to seventh; women win hoop opener, November
    • FLCC men trip Jefferson, 81-77 - Lady Lakers rocked 77-54 as Lehman breaks 1,000 point barrier, February
    • FLCC teams drop a pair, January
    • FLCC teams fall to Jefferson CC (photo Kory Wright), January
    • Lady Lakers advance; FLCC men end season, February
    • Lady Lakers rip Cayuga; FLCC men fall to Fisher, February
    • Lady Lakers win; FLCC men split (photo Darren Sneddon), February
    • Lakers trip Roberts; FLCC women beaten, November
    • Men's
      • Beaten at the buzzer, December
      • CC of the Finger Lakes at Broome CC, February
      • Corning CC pours points over FLCC, February
      • Corning powers by FLCC, 90-71, February
      • FLCC men drop third straight, fall to St. John Fisher, November
      • FLCC men slip by Brockport, December
      • FLCC men victorious in return, January
      • FLCC narrows gap but loses again to Broome, February
      • FLCC opens new semester with victory, January
      • FLCC rally falls two points short, February
      • FLCC upsets Onondaga, January
      • Friel lifts FLCC with steal, score, January
      • Good showing for FLCC, November
      • Hot-shooting Ouimette leads FLCC win, January
      • Lakers drop opener, November
      • Lakers fall to Cayuga, 84-71, January
      • Lakers hand OCC first loss, January
      • Lakers improve but lose to Broome, February
      • Lakers push Genesee before falling, November
      • Lakers switch gears in '93-94, November
      • Lakers win again, face MCC tonight, November
      • No. 1 JCC rallies for 27th win (photo Dante Reid), February
      • OCC gets revenge on Lakers, February
      • Spartans edge out CCFL, 76-74, February
      • Tight Lakers rally but lose to Herkimer CC, November
    • Road warriors - both of FLCC's basketball teams score wins against Canton, November
    • Weather pushes back FLCC games, January
    • Women's
      • 'Tri-towers' lead FLCC past Erie, January
      • A record win for FLCC coach, January
      • Boards advantage can't save FLCC (photo Ericka Lehman), February
      • Bowers leads FLCC women to easy victory, January
      • Clinton women bow to CCFL, December
      • Defense powers FLCC, November
      • Finger Lakes CC is in title game, February
      • FLCC drops odd game in OT, November
      • FLCC falls in finals, February
      • FLCC must control tempo against MCC, February
      • FLCC overcomes poor shooting in win, February
      • FLCC rallies, February
      • FLCC routs third straight opponent, January
      • FLCC struggles, wins, February
      • FLCC whips Cayuga, January
      • FLCC women end season with 65-57 loss to MCC, March
      • FLCC women open, November
      • FLCC women survive scare, February
      • FLCC women win in struggle (photo Ericka Lehman), February
      • FLCC's Lehman all-american (photo Ericka Lehman), April
      • Genesee trips FLCC, January
      • Getting a hand in (photo Karen Bowers), February
      • Hot GCC beats FLCC for 13th straight victory, January
      • JCC women head for regionals thinking payback for close game, February
      • JCC women roll into semifinals, March
      • JCC's Lace Coughlin . . . (photo Tina Moore), February
      • Lady Lakers fall to MCC, December
      • Lady Lakers rebound for a victory, January
      • Lady Lakers rip Mohawk, February
      • Lady Lakers win Lakeland tourney, December
      • Lakers lose (photo Tina Moore), February
      • Lehman set FLCC record in victory, February
      • Lehman's 18 sets FLCC career record, February
      • MCC women drop rival Lady Lakers, 50-46, January
      • New era for Lady Lakers, November
      • Red Baron women beaten by CCFL, January
      • Strong outing for Lady Lakers (photo Ericka Lehman), January
      • Williamson grad nets CCFL points record, February
  • Cross-Country
    • Alfred State College men place first at CCFL, September
    • Cougars head LCAA x-country all-stars, January
    • Crossing the barrier from splits to scenery, August
    • Delhi runners stunned by FLCC, September
    • Delhi, Cayuga, Broome win Finger Lakes invitational, September
    • FLCC harriers cruise by MCC, September
    • FLCC second in league meet, October
    • Illness, injury plague Laker runners at invitational, September
    • Lakers run by Cayuga, September
    • Lakers win three dual meets at first 'measles invitational,' September
    • Loncz paces FLCC with 11th-place finish, October
    • Masters runners coming to Canandaigua, December
    • Masters X-C at FLCC, December
    • National Championship
      • FLCC to host national cross country championship, October
      • Nation's best converge on FLCC (photo), November
    • Newcomers join Bridgman on FLCC cross country team, September
    • Spartans tie at FLCC, September
    • Two FLCC runners are academic All-Americans (photos John Cascini and Mark Salva), April
  • Employees
    • FLCC now 2-0, July
    • FLCC wins [employee softball team], June
  • Soccer
    • Men's
      • CCC downs CCFL, 3-1, September
      • FLCC Lakers limp to fourth at Erie CC Invitational, October
      • HCCC edges Finger Lakes in men's soccer, September
      • Lakers fall to Niagara, 4-0, October
      • Learning time for FLCC men's soccer team, September
    • Women's
      • Alfred State women's soccer team tops CCFL, October
      • FLCC announces new coaches for women's soccer program [Steve Janczak and Rick Cook], March
      • FLCC names coach - Janczak takes over women's soccer program, March
      • FLCC women's soccer team aims for respectability, September
      • Lady Lakers blanked, 2-0, September
      • MCC topples Lady Lakers, October
      • William Smith upends FLCC (photo Jodie Compton, Heather Smith), October
  • Softball
    • Softball clinic, December
  • Woodsmen Team
    • Concentration (photo Tim Harrington, Kevin Moynihan, Paul Pfenninger, Andy Schreiner, Curt Craft), November
    • DEC celebrates outdoor sports, September
    • Falling ahead, September
    • FLCC dominates sawing, February
    • FLCC men, women win woodsmen's, September
    • FLCC students are taking to the woods, April
    • FLCC women take fourth (photo Sonia Steensma, Margaret Gebhart, Elena Hansen, Stephanie Judkins, and Liz Mountain), November
    • FLCC woodsmen chop up competition (photo), April
    • FLCC woodsmen post wins, September
    • FLCC woodsmen win, October
    • Where to observe National Hunting and Fishing Day, September
    • Woodsmen event, February
    • Woodsmen fare well, November
    • Woodsmen from FLCC take third, November
    • Woodsmen win competition, September
Students
  • 'Killer' sub slays the competition [mentions students], December
  • 26 of 43 bars sell to a minor [student helped police], November
  • Awards
    • Academic honor [John P. Cascini and Mark T. Salva, All-Americans], March
    • FLCC students [Jane Snell, Jennifer Gibson, Jim Malone winners of RACCE adult students award], June
    • FLCC students feted at dinner, June
    • FLCC students honored at banquet, June
    • Students' art recognized (photo Susan Benedict Gaspar, Diane Long, Ron Hunt, David Woodward, Barbara Bertram), August
  • Fraternities and Sororities
    • Delta Chi Omega
      • Scrub-a-dub-dub (photo Tina Dozier), May
  • Honor Societies
    • Alpha Beta Gamma [Business]
      • FLCC students in society, September
      • FLCC students inducted in national business honor society, October
      • Students named to business honor society, September
    • Phi Theta Kappa
      • Angel tree is started, December
      • Angel tree project starts, November
      • Angel tree project will benefit area children, November
      • FLCC chapter earns award, April
      • FLCC honor society inducts new members, October
      • FLCC honor society names new members, March
      • FLCC honor society to host celebration of world holidays, December
      • FLCC student, teacher honored (photo Barbara Bertram, Louise Mulvaney), April
      • Honor society makes awards to two (photo Barbara Bertram and Louise Mulvaney), April
      • Honor society plans international dinner, December
      • Students inducted into honor society, March
  • Housing
    • Students form tenants group (photo Rebecca Coleman, Matthew Wolanski), March
    • Tenants' rights, responsibilities, March
  • Jobs
    • Teens hear familiar summer refrain: finding work easier said than done, May
  • Life after high school [Rachel Blaackman, Bob Davis, Tiffany Domm, James Henry, John Rennoldson, Harold Todd], June
  • Students
    • Alexander, Nick
      • Alexander brothers win 2 freestyle medals (photo), April
    • Appleman, Shannon K.
      • Teaching grants awarded (photo), June
      • Women educators honor two graduates (photo), May
    • Avellaneda, Lori
      • LVA helping people to read (photo), January
    • Bailey, Karen
      • Emergency squads appreciate support - letter to the editor, November
    • Ball, Timothy A.
      • Campus report, June
    • Barnes, James
      • Barnes receives $500 scholarship, June
    • Bentley, Timothy
      • Sheriff presents scholarship, December
      • Sheriffs award scholarship (photo Jack Bricker, Donald McCarthy, Timothy Bentley, Philip Povero, Paul Phillips), December
    • Bertram, Barbara
      • Honor society makes awards to two (photo), April
    • Bigelow, Brian
      • Panel discusses attention disorder, March
    • Birch, Stephen
      • FLCC graduate to seek woodsman contest payoffs (photo), May
    • Bolton, Paul
      • Hats off - These two FLCC grads have beaten the odds (photo), May
    • Boone, Gina Marie
      • To college (photo), June
    • Broomfield, Michael J.
      • To college (photo), June
    • Brown, Carrie
      • To college (photo), June
    • Buckley, Karen Ann
      • Engaged (photo), February
    • Christensen, Amy B.
      • Engaged (photo), March
    • Clark, Heather M.
      • Teaching grants awarded (photo), June
      • Women educators honor two graduates (photo), May
    • Compton, Jodie
      • Jodie Compton - Finger Lakes C.C. (photo), June
    • Couperous, Chris
      • Molisani earns a final honor from RIT [Couperous to attend FLCC], May
    • Cragg, Patty
      • Other decisions, June
    • Cristofaro, Michelle L.
      • Scholarship recipients, September
    • Culbertson, Monica
      • Campus report, June
    • Culp, Kristine
      • Pangia and Culp honored at annual college banquet, June
    • Dash, Charles
      • Court companions (photo), August
    • Davidson, Sarah
      • Hats off - These two FLCC grads have beaten the odds (photo), May
    • Davis, Christopher
      • Scholarship recipients, September
    • Dechau, Jonathan
      • Training regimen for this biker includes collecting soda cans (photo), March
    • DeMarco, Christine
      • Scholarship, February
      • Scholarship recipients, May
    • DeMinck, Jeff
      • Jeff DeMinck receives FLCC scholarship, September
    • Drenning, Carmen
      • To college (photo), July
    • Dunham, Jason
      • Games in the garden (photo), August
    • Dunham, R.H.
      • Geneva isn't one of the 'best small towns' - yet (photo), March
      • No minority role models - letter to the editor, March
    • Emerling, Jeff
      • FLCC students awarded scholarships, May
    • Farrand, Steven
      • Campus report, June
    • Francis, Samuel
      • To college (photo), July
    • Frank, Emily E.
      • Married (photo), December
    • Fraser, Jamie
      • Saluting Fishers firefighters, March
    • Gage, Bruce
      • Scholarship recipients, May
    • Gerstner, Chad
      • Scholarship recipient [criminal justice], June
    • Gibson, Jennifer
      • Colleges group honors three students at FLCC, May
      • Gibson receives award, May
    • Grover, Shannon
      • To college (photo), June
    • Hand, Stacey J.
      • 2 killed in Yates crash; icy road blamed, February
      • FLCC student, Geneva man killed in crash, February
    • Hastings, Douglas Jr.
      • Wayne Central student receives scholarship (photo), March
    • Horncastle, Paul
      • Going by the rules (photo), February
    • Huling, Helen
      • Seneca Castle woman FLCC's oldest student (photos including Louise Mulvaney), April
    • Jandrokovic, Brian
      • 2 get Lions Club scholarships, May
    • Johnson, Allen
      • Decisions, June
    • Keyser, Scott
      • To college (photo), August
    • Kline, Tonya
      • To college (photo), July
    • Langan, Cory
      • Inspired Langan proves herself against Bradshaw [brother Jeremy was FLCC student], March
    • LaRose, Raina
      • 9 celebrate pomp . . . and new circumstances, July
      • Norman Howard graduates 9, June
    • MacKenzie, Andrew
      • . . .was awarded the Anthony L. Cecere Memorial Scholarship, June
    • MacTaggart, John
      • Wed at St. Michael's church (photo), November
    • Malone, Jim
      • Colleges group honors three students at FLCC, May
      • FLCC honors student (photo Don Friday, Daniel Hayes, Jim Malone, Ray Geary), September
      • FLCC student receives CEA/NY outstanding adult student award, September
      • Geneva man honored by educators' group (photo), August
      • One man's will to learn (photos), December, November
    • McCarthy, Michael
      • The hole truth [body piercing], June
    • McGlory, Rita
      • City resident among soldiers Somalia-bound (photo), February
    • McMillin, Gary Jr.
      • Off to college (photo), July
    • Meehan, Deborah Lynn
      • Meehan-Ingram (photo), September
    • Metcalf, Chris
      • FLCC student receives New York State Turfgrass Association scholarship, November
      • Scholarship recipient, December
    • Midiri, Theresa Marie
      • To college (photo), June
    • Mitchell, Mary E.
      • Red Jacket graduate sues over bus injury, February
    • Momberger, Carrie L.
      • Student works in forest, August
    • Newbauer, Chad
      • School without bells (photos), February
    • Ninestein, Gene
      • FLCC announces nominees to the AACJC all american team, April
    • Nitsch, Erich
      • To college (photo), July
    • Paddock, Tate
      • Paddock studies law enforcement (photo), September
    • Page, Jeffrey M.
      • To college (photo), July
    • Pangia, Carolyn
      • FLCC announces nominees to the AACJC all american team, April
      • Pangia and Culp honored at annual college banquet, June
    • Patchen, Kelley
      • To college (photo), July
    • Perkins, Ruth M.
      • Perkins-Ciancaglini (photo), February
    • Petrosino, Jennifer
      • To college (photo), June
    • Phan, Tien
      • Scholarship winners (photo), October
    • Pickering, Christina
      • FLCC names dean's list (photo), February
      • FLCC student honored, February
    • Reiber, Rudy
      • FLCC student scholarship (photo), February
    • Salva, Mark T.
      • 1992-93 NJCAA distinguished Academic All-Americans (photo), November
      • Scholarship recipients, May
    • Schaffer, Shanyn
      • Schaffer goes to conferences (photo), October
    • Shoots, John R.
      • To college (photo), June
    • Sick, David
      • Cohocton resident and DCHS student eyes Russion summer, January
    • Simonsen, Christine
      • Simonsen accepted at FLCC (photo), May
      • To college (photo), June
    • Smith, Steven
      • Down to the wire - Last-minute shoppers have an armful of reasons why they waited so long to go shopping (photo), December
    • Snell, Jane
      • Colleges group honors three students at FLCC, May
    • Spence, Lisa
      • Engaged (photo), January
    • Springer, Sandra
      • FLCC PTK members attend honors institute, June
    • Stalker, Mary
      • She really keeps 'em hopping - aerobics student wins national recognition (photo), April
    • Stone, David
      • David Stone selected for environmental internship in Nevada (photo), July
    • Stryker, Cara
      • . . . will do an internship at the Finger Lakes Association, November
      • Stryker interning at FLA, November
    • Szczypinski, Laura
      • . . . appointed a property and casualty specialist, March
      • Met appoints Szczypinski (photo), February
    • Taylor, James
      • Taylor will attend FLCC, July
    • Tirado, John
      • New location helps career center reach more adults, January
    • Tordai, Heather
      • Down to the wire - Last-minute shoppers have an armful of reasons why they waited so long to go shopping (photo), December
    • Trunzo, Paul T.
      • To college (photo), July
    • Walker, Aaron
      • Graffitti artists (photo), June
    • Wheeler, Jane
      • FLCC students awarded scholarships, May
    • Wisner, Ingrid R.
      • Brian E. SanFillipo and Ingrid R. Wisner (photo), August
    • Yunits, Frank
      • To college (photo), July
    • Zehr, Adrienne
      • Local student to attend college in London, April
      • Students become lobbyists, March
  • What were the post-VCS choices by the 1993 class?, October
SUNY
  • Applications to SUNY schools fall this year, March
  • Assembly Republicans want $87 million more for SUNY, March
  • Associate's degree becoming the high school diploma of the '90s, January
  • Associate's degree equals high school diploma of '90s, January
  • Associate's degree may be diploma of the '90s, February
  • Attendance rises dramatically at community colleges, September
  • College aid plan is criticized, April
  • Colleges adapting to 1990s, March
  • Colleges consider three-year degrees, August
  • Colleges to study three-year diplomas, April
  • Community colleges encouraged to help retrain older workers, February
  • Community colleges finally coming of age, October
  • Community colleges get high marks, April
  • Community colleges shed former 'light' image (photo), September
  • Cuts to colleges said to be 'unhealthy,' February
  • Educators told what to expect by end of century, March
  • Local representatives put in strong pitch for state funding of colleges, January
  • Private colleges deserve fair treatment by state, March
  • State college bargain gets chipped away, November
  • State tuition assistance cuts hurt us all, March
  • SUNY chief counsels all eighth-graders (photo D. Bruce Johnstone and students), April
  • SUNY faculty claims budget problems making it harder to hire new professors, February
  • SUNY gives raises totaling $2.2 million to female, minority workers hurt by bias, March
  • SUNY reports 8% drop in applications, March
  • SUNY seeks hike of some fees, May
  • SUNY to explore shorter school year, April
  • SUNY wants 8% increase, October
  • SUNY's troubles may give boost to private colleges, April
  • Two-year colleges reposition themselves for change, July
  • Union wants to eliminate community college's price edge over technical schools, May
  • Varying tuition recommended for SUNY
  • Why students don't like community college route to a B.A. - editorial, February

T

Transfer
  • FLCC and SUNY Fredonia make transfer agreement, October
  • FLCC plans transfer fair, October
  • FLCC transfer [Utica/Rome], March
  • FLCC, SUNY cooperate [Geneseo], January
  • Geneseo, CCFL agree on program to transfer credits, January
  • Student transfer agreement signed [SUNY Utica-Rome], February
  • Theater graduates may now transfer, October
Tuition
  • CCFL raises tuition, June
  • Finger Lakes community college announces 1993-94 tuition and fees rates, June
  • FLCC raises tuition for third year in a row, June
  • MCC proposes its fourth straight tuition increase, May
  • MCC raising tuition to $2,100, May