Happy International Day of Forests ! Trees produce the majority of oxygen that we need to survive. #Nature #springtime #SUNYDelhi #Enviornment
Over 30 mascots are competing, including Delhi's own Bronco, Lucky. This is Lucky's last Mascot Madness, so cast your vote daily to make Delhi's Bronco #1 here. http://blog.suny.edu/2017/03/mascot-madness-2017-round-1/
SUNY Delhi is accepting proposals for a house, or similar structure, as a building project for the 2017-18 academic year. Building projects become the laboratory experience for students in the Carpentry and Building Trades, Electrical, Plumbing an...
Hello from the students of Signatures by Candlelight! We are open select Fridays this fall semester and look forward to inviting you into our classroom. Please call Signatures restaurant at 607.746.4351 to make your next reservation. We are open after break on March 10, 2017. Thank you for your continued support of our student run restaurants!
Donate a dollar or more in support of your college and your photo will appear on Facebook! You'll also receive a valentine souvenir and a cookie from Delhi's own Baker Street. Stop by Thursday, February 16 Farrell Lobby 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. or Mac Hall 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. Donations will be matched dollar for dollar by President Laliberte, the Alumni Association, CADI and anonymous faculty and staff donors. Can't stop by? Donate online http://bit.ly/17glpNG
13 SUNY Delhi students traveled to meet with a number of assemblymen to discuss how the Educational Opportunity Program has affected their life and how college has changed the direction of their future. It was a great day for all!
In 2017, the 5th Annual Mascot Madness tournament, our campus representatives have come ready to play. 38 of the strongest, most energetic, campus representatives have put in long hours cheering on their teams, raising school spirit, and showing New York the great things about SUNY schools.
Congratulations to the Hot Food Team for winning the American Culinary Federation's Northeast Regional Championship! Delhi competed against two very well-prepared and respected teams-- Pierpont Culinary Academy of Fairmont, WV and Columbus Culinary Institute of Columbus, OH. Delhi achieved an impressive high silver with a score of 89.81. The Hot Food Team is Alex Johnson (Captain), Peter Blayne, Carly Yezzo, Matthew Julius, Arthur Grady (Alternate), Jessica Shultis (Apprentice), Jerusaline Johnson (Apprentice), Daniel Hess (Apprentice), and Coaches Victor Sommo, CEC, and Brianne Slocum, CHE.
@gabriellecaroompas donated to #showdelhithelove. She gave to Delhi because her college gave her a scholarship. Now she's paying it forward. Now it's #yourturntogive on February 16 Zack Napierski, Maryann and Bud Caroompas Donate online at http://bit.ly/17glpNG
Don't miss SUNY Delhi's ""How to Build your Resume & Cover Letter” Workshop on March 22nd, 5pm in Bush Hall, Room 302. This workshop is specifically designed to show our students how to write an effective and professional resume and cover letter. For more information, contact Kristen DeForest, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Thanks Delhi students for your donations as part of #ShowDelhitheLove! A total of $485.70 was raised, which will fund a scholarship that will be awarded to a deserving student in fall 2017. Special thanks to our matching gift donors President Michael Laliberte, CADI, the SUNY Delhi Alumni Association and an anonymous faculty and staff member. Also, thanks to the Student Senate, Greek Council, WDTU radio club, Baker Street, the student-run bake shop in Mac Hall, and Lucky the Bronco for their support. For full list of student donors, pick up a current copy of the Campus Voice
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The Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is hosting the ARTFORCE5 team on campus on March 10. A creative approach to diversity and non-violence education, the team combines social justice with an art therapy approach. Also, the team uses art to explore the role of civil rights protests; past, present and future. A community-based project will create an educational tribute to New York City’s Silent Parade, which occurred on July 28, 1917. This was the first massive African-American protest in U.S. history in response to violence and lynching in East St. Louis. --Faculty and Staff Workshop—10 a.m., Bush Hall 131 --Campus Community Hands-On Collaborative Art Project—10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Resnick Library All are invited to participate…only takes 10 minutes. --All College Workshop 3 p.m.—The Okun Theatre, open to the campus community
Knitting Workshop with Lauren Sloane Where : Farrell 112 | Liberal arts and science professor Dr. Lauren Sloane is hosting a knitting workshop for anyone interested in the hobby! All supplies are included. Feb 22, 2017 5:30 PM
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