Technology education major Mike Beshures ’13 makes the most of Oswego’s trademark winds in October. As Superstorm Sandy developed, gusts peaked at 55 mph on campus and large Lake Ontario waves rolled ashore, but the area was spared the damage.
When Paul ’65 and Chrystal Laird Cardinali ’64 vacation in Cape Cod each spring, they hope for nice weather. Of course, “nice” is a relative term.]
With its location on Lake Ontario, Oswego is known for its legendary lake effect snow. And while every year has the potential for mountains of the white stuff, certain years saw blizzards of historic proportions.
Have you ever applauded a sunset? Many Oswegonians have.