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Author and TV Commentator Marc Lamont Hill to Speak at SBU Monday

September 23, 2017

ST. BONAVENTURE, NY -- Marc Lamont Hill, an author, professor and television commentator, will deliver the university's 2017 All Bonaventure Reads (ABR) keynote address Monday at 7 p.m. in Reilly Center Arena. The talk is free and open to all.

Hill’s book “Nobody: Casualties of America’s War on the Vulnerable, from Ferguson to Flint and Beyond” is the ...

Hinsdale Celebrating a Fun-Filled Homecoming Weekend

HINSDALE, NY -- Hinsdale Central School will wrap up a week of homecoming activities Saturday.

Every one of the school's sports' teams, including modified and varsity, will host a home game at the school. The Bobcats will kick off the series of games with girls modified volleyball against Arkport Central at 10 a.m. Concessions will be sold throughout the day.

After ...

As Banned Books Week Approaches, Olean and Cuba Libraries Celebrate Freedom to Read

OLEAN, NY -- Jennifer Stickles, head of Youth and Adult Programs at the Olean Public Library, said she doesn't deny that people have the right to challenge a book.

But, she points out, “just like they have a right to challenge a book, we have the freedom and right to read it.”

And year after year Banned Books Week calls attention to and celebrates the freedom to read.

Olean Library Closed Through Monday Due to Construction

OLEAN, NY -- Due to construction and for the safety of its patrons, the Board of Trustees of the Olean Public Library has decided to close the library through the weekend.

The library will reopen on Monday at 9 a.m.

Two St. Bonaventure Faculty Members Seek to Bring CALM to Learning Process

ST. BONAVENTURE – Two St. Bonaventure faculty members have a vision for developing an on-campus center to help students and teachers alike achieve their highest potentials in education.

During a recent Thursday Forum, Dr. Althea Bauernschmidt, assistant professor of psychology, and Dr. Adam Brown, associate professor of education, laid the groundwork for what they called the ...

Chinese Lenna Scholar Exhibits at St. Bonaventure, Explains Photo-Art Therapy for the Mentally Ill

ST. BONAVENTURE, NY – Many years ago, physician and neuroscientist Dr. Zola Cao put his medical career aside and took his healing powers in a different direction.

Cao works in a hospital in Shanghai, where photography, writing, drawing and painting have been incorporated into a method of therapy for persons diagnosed with mental illnesses.

During a recent Thursday Forum at the ...

Podcast: TAPinto Greater Olean Reporters Discuss Studying at Oxford

In our Sept. 8 podcast, three TAPinto Greater Olean staff members discussed their experiences studying at Oxford University over the summer as part of St. Bonaventure University's Francis E. Kelley Oxford Program.

Program Director Mike Jones-Kelley also took part in the discussion, which was hosted by TAPinto Greater Olean Co-editor Richard Lee.

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State Upholds Decision Removing Former Bona Trustee from Buffalo School Board

ALBANY, NY -- State Education Department Commissioner MaryEllen Elia on Thursday upheld the Buffalo City School District Board of Education’s application to remove Carl Paladino, a St. Bonaventure University graduate and former trustee, from the board.

According to Elia's decision, the evidence showed that Paladino disclosed confidential information regarding collective ...

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Mon, September 25, 7:00 PM

Reilly Center Arena, St. Bonaventure

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Thu, September 28, 6:30 AM

Olean Public Library, Olean

Banned Books Read Out

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Applebee's Neighborhood Grill & Bar, Olean

Eastview Elementary PTO Pancake Breakfast

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Poet Thomas Krampf Will Give Reading at Olean Library

September 21, 2017

OLEAN, NY -- Poet Thomas Krampf  will give a reading Thursday at 7 p.m. in the Olean Public Library, 134 N. Second St.

For nearly 40 years, Thomas Krampf has shared his poetry, compassion and commitment. He has authored six books of poetry on themes ranging from life in the inner city to life in the country, nuclear weapons,  love of family and madness. Since ...