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Bill Houser: From the Pool, to the Road, and into the Classroom

Posted on 02 October 2014

Mental toughness has been part of Bill Houser’s repertoire since his days in high school. He has carried, and taught, that mental toughness through competing, coaching and now teaching here at Cazenovia College. Houser, 37, has used his mental toughness to gain quite a few titles: cross country head coach, swimming and diving head coach, [...] Continue Reading

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Large enrollment moves some students off campus

Posted on 01 October 2014

Cazenovia College’s 2014 fall roster shows the highest student population in recent years. Living arrangements have been adjusted to accommodate the influx of students. In addition to adding more triple rooms in residence halls, about 13 students lived off campus until other living space became available. “This year is definitely larger than last year,” said [...] Continue Reading

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The Quad: Fall 2014, Issue 1

Posted on 30 September 2014

The first Fall Semester issue of The Quad has arrived! In this month’s issue, read about Jazz-N-Caz, new housing for transfer students, the director of Cazenovia College’s production of “Dracula,” and much more! Click here to see a full PDF of Fall 2014, Issue 1. Continue Reading

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Local

‘Mr. TV’ Tim Fox Comes to Cazenovia

Posted on 30 September 2014

Tim Fox watched everything and everyone as a kid. Growing up in the Syracuse area, he idolized the likes of longtime news anchors Ron Curtis and Rod Wood. His earliest passions prompted him to pursue a career in television, which he now has the chance to teach once again at Cazenovia College. “Everything I’ve ever [...] Continue Reading

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Local, Sports

From Somalia to Syracuse: The Story of Abdinoor Mohamed

Posted on 30 September 2014

It is soccer season at Cazenovia College, and like most freshmen on the team, Abdinoor Mohamed is vying for playing time. But to him, the game means something much different than it does to his teammates. Mohamed was born in Bardera, Somalia, an agricultural city with fewer than 10,000 inhabitants located in the southern half [...] Continue Reading

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Jazz-N-Caz Festival a Hit with Both Campus and Community

Posted on 30 September 2014

Students, parents and town residents came out to attend the 13th annual Jazz-N-Caz festival held at the Catherine Cummings theatre on Sept. 18, 19 and 20. The weekend was dedicated to legendary songwriter, composer and Caz college alumnus Jimmy Van Heusen and began Thursday with a tribute to his life presented in clips by Wall [...] Continue Reading

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National

Opinion: Zephyr Teachout’s Failed Bid for Governor Not the End of Her Crusade

Posted on 30 September 2014

Zephyr Teachout lost the New York State Democratic Primary in September to sitting Gov. Andrew Cuomo to the shock of no one – even those who knew that was her actual name. The Fordham law professor amassed only 34 percent of the vote, passing the torch to Cuomo’s next challenger, Republican Rob Astorino, who may [...] Continue Reading

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Features

‘Dracula’ director draws on a lifetime of passion for the theater

Posted on 30 September 2014

David Lowenstein has been in seven Broadway shows. “I’ve been in theater since third grade,” he said. “I was the Easter Bunny in the church pageant. My first role.” But for now, Lowenstein is directing the upcoming production of “Dracula” at Cazenovia College. On top of that, he is currently playing the role of Edna [...] Continue Reading

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