What’s Happening On Campus During Week 7

Week 7 of the semester starts tomorrow. We’re almost at the midway point of the semester. Are you ready? Below is information about some fun things happening on campus during Week 7. Enjoy!

 

Monday, October 8th

11:15 a.m. in Mawhinney 345- History of Baseball in America

  • It’s Major League Baseball playoff and World Series time. This is when baseball legends are made! Come and learn how baseball began in our country.

 

11:15 a.m. in the Recital Hall – Invisible Disability Communication Workshop

  • Christina Irene, a diversity and empowerment speaker, will tell us about invisible disabilities and ways to manage them.

 

Wednesday, October 10th

9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. – #FreeIfYouCanFindMeOCC

  • Ready for free goodies? You have to find us first! Check @onondagacc on Instagram for valuable clues.

11:15 a.m.-12 p.m. in the Coulter Lobby – Makerspace: Knitting & Crochet Club

  • Knitting and crochet are fun! Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned veteran come and join us for a fun activity in between classes.

 

Thursday, October 11th

7:30 p.m. in the Recital Hall – Syracuse City Ballet and the OCC Wind Ensemble Performance

  • This is the 50th anniversary of the first recording of “In C” by Terry Riley. Join us for a live performance celebrating this seminal work.

Friday, October 12th

11:15 a.m. in the Recital Hall – Syracuse City Ballet and the OCC Wind Ensemble Performance

  • This is the 50th anniversary of the first recording of “In C” by Terry Riley. Join us for a live performance celebrating this seminal work.

Fantasy Football

Andy Italiano prepares to run a camera for CBS during the NFL game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Andy Italiano prepares to run a camera for CBS during the NFL game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Andy Italiano, ’85, is living every football fan’s dream. Each fall and winter Italiano works as a sports videographer for CBS, traveling to the biggest National Football League games every weekend and bringing exciting action into the homes of millions of viewers. On December 21st, the next-to-last Sunday of the regular season, Italiano was at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh where the Steelers hosted the Kansas City Chiefs.

Being on some of the nation’s biggest stages is nothing new for Italiano. The Nottingham High School graduate has spanned the globe covering everything from the Olympics, to Major League Baseball, to professional and college basketball. Italiano always credits the professors in OCC’s Electronic Media Communications department with giving him his start in the business.

In October 2014 OCC honored Italiano with the Alumni Face distinction for his professional accomplishments and contributions to the community.