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Day 1 Update – May 2017

Day 1 Update – May 2017

This is the time of year we are focused on enrollment – making sure returning students are registering for next year and attracting new students to the college. As you all know, the recent State legislation has created a lot of uncertainty as there are real...

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Day 1 Update – April 2017

Day 1 Update – April 2017

No foolin’ – another ~foot of snow on top of last week’s 40”? For our alumni and others not on campus right now, we are hunkering down for what must be the last real snow of the season. At this time, we are also awaiting the New York State budget agreement to be...

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Alumni Spotlight: Dylan Kirk

Alumni Spotlight: Dylan Kirk

I earned my degree in Forestry in 2014 but I learned just as much outside of the classroom as I did inside. My experience at Paul Smith’s has shaped my current lifestyle and outlook on life immensely. I have since become the coach of the canoe team there and teaching...

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The Osgood Bug

The Osgood Bug

By Don Ford '69 As a student attending forestry and surveying classes at Paul Smith's, I never saw the forest for the trees. I guess that expression is true when you find yourself living in the midst of it all. I had a choice of attending Wanakena Ranger School at...

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Alumni Spotlight: Ethan Kerr

Alumni Spotlight: Ethan Kerr

Ethan Kerr '14, Chef de Cuisine, Canyon Ranch Lenox Hi, my name is Ethan Kerr, and I am an Alumni from Paul Smiths College. I graduated in May of 2014, and immediately after graduation I moved to western Massachusetts to begin my field of study – Culinary Arts &...

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Alumni Spotlight: PSC Veterans

Alumni Spotlight: PSC Veterans

Michael "Mik" Mikulan, Class of '66, Commander, US Army/USPHS (Ret.) My story: Guys from the classes in the late 50's early 60's had great faculty that were WWII and Korea veterans. They imparted a serious work ethic and positive example to us all. Veterans cared...

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CAMPGROUND RAFFLE

Paul Smith’s College Alumni Campground is having another raffle this year. Funds are used for repairs of lean-to’s, picnic tables, fire rings, BBQ grills and eventually gravel on the road for the tent sites. We are in the beginning discussions of building a new lean-to. There will only be 1,000 tickets at $10.00 per ticket; no need to be present to win. Drawing will be at the Alumni Dinner, July 29, 2017.

  • 1st Prize – 25% of sales not to exceed $2500.00
  • 2nd Prize – 15% of sales not to exceed $1500.00
  • 3rd Prize – 10% of sales not to exceed $1000.00

Tickets will be available at Sugar Bush Weekend or by contacting John Maille at [email protected] or calling 518-541-3559.

SMITTY SHOUT-OUTS

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