Totality Awesome

Auralia Derhak '24 looks up at the eclipse in an illustration

Auralia Derhak '24 (SUNY Geneseo/Matt Burkhartt)

“It’s one of those experiences you never forget,” says Aaron Steinhauer, SUNY Geneseo professor of physics and astronomy. “It’s one of the most inspiring events in nature that isn’t dangerous. It’s rare and exciting and unusual … but you need to be paying attention.”

“It” is a total solar eclipse—the kind that brings dusk at midday and transforms the landscape with eerie shadows and extraordinary light. It’s coming to upstate New York.

Read the entire story in the latest issue of the Geneseo Scene.


Robyn Rime
Senior Writer & Editor
(585) 245-5529