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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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Day 1 Update – March 2017

Day 1 Update – March 2017

Dear Campus Community, It’s hard to believe it is only March 1, as the recent warm weather is giving me a serious case of spring fever. However, I fully expect the rest of the semester will start flying by as we all focus on getting our work done! Even though we are...

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Alumni Spotlight: Tyler Twichell

Alumni Spotlight: Tyler Twichell

I am Tyler Twichell, 2015 graduate of Paul Smith's College, and this is my story. I graduated with a Bachelor's in Natural Resources Conservation & Management. My original intention of ever going to college was to become a game warden. I grew up hunting and...

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Alumni Spotlight: Zach Weber

Alumni Spotlight: Zach Weber

"I started my journey at Paul Smith's College in 2012, graduating in December of 2015 with a Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource Management and Policy. Upon graduation I landed a job with the Department of Environmental Conservation, managing and caring for...

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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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