Browse Exhibits (15 total)
Presentation, photographs, and video from the first lecture in the Bregman Digital Humanities Series, organized by SUNY Potsdam's College Libraries and funded by the Benjamin and Irene Bregman Endowment for the Humanities.
SUNY Potsdam has supported a variety of clubs, groups and organizations over the past 200 years. The items contained within this exhibit illustrate that variety.
The Crane Normal Institute of Music, established in 1886 by Julia Crane and later renamed the Crane Department of Music after purchase by the State of New York in 1926, has always been an inclusive environment and has offered clubs, orchestras, bands, and choirs for the students of Potsdam.
Dr. Frederick W. Crumb was the eighth President of the Potsdam Normal School and oversaw the transition of the Normal School to the State University of New York at Potsdam. Dr. Crumb was the longest serving president at the college, leading the institution for 21 years, from 1946 to his death in 1967.
The term "liberal arts" presents a rather ambiguous meaning, sometimes referring to an academic degree program, and sometimes referring to a school of thought that encompasses areas of knowledge ranging from history, language arts, philosophy, and science, among others.
Originally an institution that specialized in teacher and music education, SUNY Potsdam's history of liberal arts, dating back to the 1960's (when the SUNY establishment was still young) is short but very exciting. This exhibit of archived material details the origins of the School of Arts and Sciences at SUNY Potsdam, first named the School of Liberal Studies, which was established in 1972.
Discover the School's impact on SUNY Potsdam's academic, social, and cultural atmosphere.
An exhibit comprised of the names, and portraits where available, of the past Presidents of SUNY Potsdam from the 1800s when the college was St. Lawrence Academy to the current State University of New York College at Potsdam.
The controversy surrounding the Vietnam War, and the reinstitution of the draft, created a volatile environment marked by conflict and disagreement among the citizens of the United States. This exhibit provides a collection of newspaper articles that illustrate reaction to the Vietnam War at the Potsdam State Teachers College between 1965 and 1966.
The Second World War required the entirety of the United States to sacrifice of themselves in order to support the fight to maintain justice and freedom in the world. This is an exhibit of newspaper articles relating to the efforts of students, alumni, and faculty of the Potsdam State Teachers College both during and immediately after the war to support the U.S. military.
Greek Life has been an important part of Potsdam student life for most of its history. This exhibit contains materials and information regarding the sororities, fraternities, and honorary societies that have existed on campus through the years.
Sports and recreational activities have always been an important source of enjoyment and stress relief for students at Potsdam. The earliest of which were the Basketball team and the Hikers Club. The majority of sports teams that were developed after this time have been primarily developed by female students, due to the predominately female student body. As enrollment by males rose, male and female teams were developed.