Audience member Delia Reed ’12 “sings” the sounds of Tari Khan’s table during “The Role of Music in Education and Social Change,” a class session featuring the Pakistani artist Oct. 10 in the Campus Center auditorium. Performances initiated SUNY Oswego’s fall-to-spring program “Caravanserai: A Place Where Cultures Meet.” Caravanserai is a cultural engagement program launched by Arts Midwest, with support from the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art. Artswego is one of five arts presenters across the United States selected for the first year of the initiative.
Adventurer-turned-humanitarian Greg Mortenson signs his book Three Cups of Tea: One Man’s Mission to Promote Peace, One School at a Time for graduate student Melanie Hogaboom Berry M ’12 after Mortenson’s Oct. 28 presentation in the Campus Center arena. His appearance was part of the “Oswego Reads” communitywide reading initiative.