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    • Great Lake Review Spring 2017 

      Bandru, Christina; Swartz, Kirstin; Capuano, Marissa; Staller, Kirsten; Specioso, Marissa; Short, Katie; Sokolowski, Evelyn; Darling, Gabrielle; Goleski, Emily; Birner, Ali; Jones, Clayton; Lombino, Abby; Napoli, Cameo; Zurbrick, Alexandra; Bates, Alysha; Kawola, Connor; Leo, Mark; Lockhart, Dimitri; Richer, Kendall; Brown, Nick; Fanti, Gionna; Hughes, Alicia; Leparik, Francesca; Mashore, Keshawn; Pasquarelli, Sarah; Paulo, Kassadee; Gaiero, Maggie; Kiel, Lilly; Lipson, Kayle; Simpson, Imani; Ziegler, Rebecca; Donnelly, Laura; Buhner, Mercita; Vargas, Kridzely; McBride, Arden; McIntosh, Carrie; Ramirez, William; Benincasa, Danielle; Baliclic, Fergie; Renner, Alisha; Heagle, Frank; Smith, Brandon; Borland, Alex; Ross Thompson, John; Sigurdson, Joe; Castro, Wilson; de la Concha, Victoria; Berkowitz, Jacob; Brennan, Julia; Vollmer, Jay; Twiss, Brandon; Altland, Morgan; Rundle, Emily; Lee, Melissa; Willoughby, Nicole; Franceschi, Alex; MacIsaac, Brenna; Johnson, Breanna; Waldron, Sam; Crittenden, Loni; Yalch, Liberty; Goodfellow, Jack; Fitzpatrick, Sequoya; Wagner, Emily; Nieder, Elsa (2017-05)
    • Great Lake Review Winter 1991 

      Staci Page, Renee Page; Kate, Roseann Bayne; Brad T. Parsons, Beverlee Salley; Cindy Guadagno, Garrett Wagner; Tom Fugalli, Robert LaRocque; Justin Goltermann, Barbara Flayton; Garrett Wagner, Stacy Bardon; Sasha Kipervarg, George Liveris; Carol Lademan, Christene Barberich; Kim Maniscalo, Ginger Suntag; Abbey Weiss (2010-11-26)
      Great Lake Review is SUNY Oswego's student-edited literary and art magazine. Great Lake Review is published, in general, every semester, and contains primarily student art work, poetry, fiction, and other literary works.
    • Great Lakes Water Levels Trends 

      Marchner, Joshua (2017-01-01)
      This paper began as a literature review paper for Great Lakes Issues class and was adapted for an Environmental law paper. The paper explores the past, present and future trends of the Great lakes fluctuating water levels. ...
    • Great Mud Volcano "Gibraltar" 

      Unknown author (2018-11-28)
      New Zealand. Tarawera district. Great Mud Volcano "Gibraltar," a Rhyolite Cliff 100 Feet High, from within Waimangu Crater.
    • Greater Rochester Collaborative Curricular Change to a Single Specialization 

      Graduate Curriculum and Policies (2018-03-05)
      The faculty of the GRC-MSW Program, after a several year discussion, is proposing a change from the two-concentration model it has used since program inception to a single area of speciality. This change follows the changes ...
    • Grebe, Holboell 

      Beebe, R. H. (1905-01-01)
      Holbeoll's Grebe By R.H. Beebe. Taken in Arcade.
    • Grebe, Pied-Billed 

      Allen, Arthur A. (1913-06-01)
      Grebe, Pied-billed. Nest with Eggs, Adult and Young Swimming beside It. Photographed by Arthur A. Allen. Michigan hollow, near Ithaca, New York. (June 18, 1913)
    • Grebe, Pied-Billed 

      Allen, Arthur A. (1913-06-01)
      Pied-Billed Grebe By Arthur A. Allen. Photograph taken in Ithaca, New York.
    • The Grecian bend / written and composed by W. H. Lingard. 

      Lingard, Wm. Horace (William Horace), 1839-1927 (Wm. A. Pond & Co., 1868)
    • Greek Archipelago 

      Unknown author (1926-01-01)
      Greek Archipelago. Tinos. Threshing Wheat with Oxen, Two Floors, Terraced Hillside, Mountains. (1926)
    • Greek Class in 1894 

      State University College at Cortland; Hyatt, Cortland, N.Y. (2011-07-07)
    • The Greek concept of nature 

      Naddaf, Gerard, 1950- (State University of New York Press, 2005)
    • Greek Heritage Speakers in the USA: An Examination of Language and Identity 

      Metaxas, Christiana (2016)
      Research in bilingualism only goes as far back as the 1950s with such studies as Weinreich 1953, Haugen 1953, and Mackey 1967. While there are some studies that explore Greek and English speaking bilinguals in the United ...
    • Green and Ugly 

      Anonymous (2002)
    • Green is Gold Newsletter: Fall 2010 

      Mosher, Hilary R. (The College at Brockport, 2010-10-01)
      The Sustainability Taskforce is an interdisciplinary committee that allows for information sharing and brainstorming of sustainable practices on campus. As such, many programs have been executed over the past year through ...
    • Green is Gold Newsletter: May 2012 

      Mosher, Hilary R. (The College at Brockport, 2012-05-01)
      This issue highlights: Brockport Earns a Silver STARS Rating from AASHEPrinceton Review’s “Guide to 311 Green College”Sustainability Faculty Learning Community (FLC)Liberal Arts Building designThe Nine Elements of a ...
    • Green is Gold Newsletter: October 2012 

      Mosher, Hilary R. (The College at Brockport, 2012-10-01)
      The Green Is Gold initiative is making great strides to decrease our campus eco-logical footprint; from our LEED GOLD Thompson Hall renovation, to the STARS Silver rating from the Association for the Advancement of ...
    • Green is Gold Newsletter: Summer 2011 

      Mosher, Hilary R. (The College at Brockport, 2011-07-01)
      This year has been an exciting one; from LEED Gold, to the STARS survey to the new Green House Living Learning Communities, this community has been busy! This newsletter highlights several of these initiatives.
    • Green Lake (Rotokakahi) from the Northeast 

      Unknown author (1910-01-01)
      New Zealand. Green Lake (Rotokakahi) from the Northeast. (1910)