Educational Buildings  




When it comes to renovations and remodeling SUNY Oswego comes in big. Shineman Center is the latest example that. Opened to the public in 2013, Shineman center has served STEM field students. Just recently in 2016 Tyler Hall reopened for classes. At the moment Tyler Hall is still being renovated. Lanigan has not been touch since it has been built in 1967. However if SUNY Oswego does decide to touch Lanigan Hall expect a jaw dropping reopening.

I decided to take pictures of these three buildings to tell the history of the recent renovations SUNY Oswego has done for its educational buildings. The buildings were big so I tried to fit as much as I could by slanting the camera. I purposely pick where the signs of the building were located. I wanted to show the differences of renovations and age of the buildings.


Penfield Library Celebrates 50th Anniversary

SUNY Oswego’s Penfield Library is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. Named after former Oswego professor, Lida Penfield, the library has been in the current location since 1968. Pictured here is the library staff in it’s inaugural year at the location. Penfield Library is home to all the college archives including photos, records, and yearbooks.