Louise Akel of Binghamton observes an exhibit of archaeological discoveries at the site of the University Downtown Center during a Jan. 6 reception marking the fifth anniversary of the College of Community and Public Affairs. Also on display was the Native-American hand-carved stone sculpture commemorating Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) heritage in the Confluence Park area, which was created by artists from the Onondaga Nation.

Louise Akel of Binghamton observes an exhibit of archaeological discoveries at the site of the University Downtown Center during a Jan. 6 reception marking the fifth anniversary of the College of Community and Public Affairs. Also on display was the Native-American hand-carved stone sculpture commemorating Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) heritage in the Confluence Park area, which was created by artists from the Onondaga Nation.
Photo by Jonathan Cohen