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After a three-year pause on the event because of COVID-19, contestants gathered at the Southside Mall on Saturday, April 2, to build giant sculptures using stacks of canned food they collected. The cans will be on display until April 10, when they will be sorted and donated to eight local food pantries. 
Through the IRS’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, 17 students were extensively trained and are available through April 13 to provide free basic tax return preparation and filing for SUNY Oneonta students and employees. The initiative is also open to area residents, but they must qualify for VITA, and the team is only accepting simple tax returns at this time.
Masks are welcomed and encouraged on campus but are no longer required in the majority of indoor spaces for students, employees, or visitors, including those attending meetings, events or athletic competitions, or visiting storefronts like Starbucks.
The war in Ukraine became more than just a headline for SUNY Oneonta students, staff and community members who attended a powerful on-campus panel discussion Thursday that let attendees hear from four Ukrainian professors whose lives have been turned upside down.
Mohawk Valley Community College and SUNY Oneonta signed an agreement on March 21, 2022, that extends an existing agreement between the two colleges and creates a cohesive pathway for students to complete all their requirements to become professionally certified to teach grades 1-6 in New York State.
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