McEwen Hall

McEwen Hall is home to the Communication department, Fredonia Radio Systems (FRS) and large lecture halls.

McEwen Hall, Fredonia, NY 14063

Place Type

On Campus, Academic

Upcoming Events

America Democracy Project Monthly Table Topic - Environmental Issues

Individuals will be able to submit a postcard to the Governor's office and Legislative offices on any environmental topic of interest. Fredonia's American...

4/24 11am
It's on Us

Launched in September 2014, It’s On Us is a national movement to end sexual assault. The campaign was launched following recommendations from the White House...

4/25 10am
Jonathan Katz: Visiting Artist Program Lecture

Pioneering academic and gay activist who works at the intersection of art history and queer history; Associate Professor of Global Gender and Sexuality...

4/25 8:30pm
Meet the Blocks - Visiting Writers, Bernard and Diane Block

The Communication Department of Fredonia College is offering a rare opportunity for students and community members to interact with two artists from the New...

4/26 2pm
 Escalation Workshop

Escalation is 90 minute interactive film and discussion will help you recognize the signs of unhealthy relationships and assist those who are struggling with...

4/30 7:30pm

Recent Events

Tech Talent Show


Recent Activity

Dani McMay

Dani McMay left a positive review 4/5/2018

It was quite good

Jeanette E McVicker

Jeanette E McVicker left a positive review 4/5/2018

Professor Detloff intricately weaved excerpts from Virginia Woolf's diary and letters during the early days of WW2 with the importance of 'fighting with thinking' (and writing) in the resistance to fascism. Fascism, Detloff suggested, changes the contours of citizenship and reconfigures the space between public and private. It is fundamentally grounded in what the philosopher Michel Foucault named 'biopower': the intersection of scientific racism, state regulation of reproduction/sexuality, and assumptions regarding ableism. Woolf's work exposes this, writing as she did at the cusp of biopower and its initial form as fascism. Only after these forms of biopower are in place does the more traditional idea of the 'charismatic leader' harness this power, as Woolf witnessed. This is why fascism can continue into the present, because biopower has adapted to contemporary neoliberalism, producing new forms.

Dani McMay

Dani McMay left a positive review 2/22/2018

It was good—a bit tense at the end. A learning lesson

Jonathan David Swift

Jonathan David Swift left a positive review 10/18/2017

I hope there will be an article in The Leader about this extremely important event.

McEwen Hall

McEwen Hall posted a photo 8/24/2017