In our March 2 podcast, Dr. Pauline Hoffmann, dean of the Jandoli School of Communication at St. Bonaventure University, discusses her project, March Into Women’s History. Patterned after NCAA March Madness, the project gives people the opportunity to vote, in rounds, from what starts out as a list of 64 women representing four different categories of importance: Advocacy, Business, Government and STEM. Eventually one of the 64 women will be declared this year's winner.
Podcast: Dean Pauline Hoffmann Discusses March Into Women’s History Month Bracket
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By STEFANIE PODOSEKApril 16, 2018
OLEAN, NY— Three committees of the Olean Common Council will meet Tuesday to discuss various proposals.
The Strategic Planning Committee will consider a Rotary Club presentation on the Lincoln Park Projects, a presentation for the New NY Broadband Program, and a Play Everywhere Challenge Grant.
The City Operations Committee will consider an authorization for trees planted ...
By KEELY FRESHApril 13, 2018
OLEAN, NY — The 15thannual Seafood Fest brings back a night of gourmet cooked-to-order food, wine and auctions to the local community.
This sold-out event, taking place on April 20, benefits the work of the ReHabilitation Center, an organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of people with disabilities through supports and services.
Joe Marra, owner of the Old Library where the ...
April 12, 2018
OLEAN, NY — The spring flushing of hydrants and water mains in the City of Olean and in the Town of Olean will be done in late April and early May, according to a notice released by the city’s Department of Public Works.
Olean Water Superintendent Mark Whiteman explained why hydrants and water mains are flushed every spring and fall: “It helps us clean out our ...
By M.K. KILLENApril 10, 2018
OLEAN, NY—“I’m smarter when I’m on a bike than when I’m in a car,” Upcycle owner Chris Piaggi said.
Riding a bike makes people more observant and aware of their surroundings, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg, Piaggi added.
“I think that nice bikes are just a joy to ride—and you don’t have to spend a fortune to get a nice ...
By TAPINTO GREATER OLEAN STAFFApril 9, 2018
ST. BONAVENTURE, NY – Bruce Springsteen has sold millions of albums and performed to capacity crowds at stadiums that seat tens of thousands of fans.
But how would “The Boss” fare as a political candidate?
TAPinto Greater Olean Co-Editor Richard Lee will explore that question on Saturday in a presentation at Bruce Springsteen’s Darkness on the Edge of Town: An ...
By STEFANIE PODOSEKApril 9, 2018
OLEAN, NY -- The Common Council will meet Tuesday to onsider a proposal to allocate $225,000 for additional work for the city's Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrades Project,
According to a resolution on the council's agenda, the monies are needed for piping replacements, concrete work and other projects and will not require additional funding from the City is ...
April 7, 2018
ST. BONAVENTURE, NY – If the next generation of voters has its way, the nation may choose its next president from the world of entertainment.
In an informal survey conducted inside a mock classroom during Friday's "Spring Into Bonas" admissions event, 11 prospective students were asked to name a celebrity they would like to see as the nation's ...