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SUNY Delhi would like to thank all of the men and women who have served and are currently serving in the armed forces for this country. We are forever grateful for the sacrifices you have all made to protect this country and its citizens, today we salute you.
Professor McKeegan (far right) & CNST-210 Tues. Lab take a look at the ongoing renovation of the retaining wall in front of Macdonald Dining Hall And Murphy Residence Hall. The objective is to embrace the beautiful scenery Delhi has to offer. Railing and benches will be added . #SUNYDELHI
November 21st is World Hello Day! World Hello Day was created in response to the conflict between Egypt and ISrael in the Fall of 1973. Since that time World Hello Day has been observed by 180 countries. It is meant to support and accept cultural differences and unite all for the goal of world peace, which now due to recent events is something that needs to be talked about even more. To participate is easy all you need to do is greet at least 10 people with a hello today. The idea behind this is to encourage world leaders to use active communication to solve issues instead of force. SUNY Delhi is a culturally diverse campus with students from around the world, and from many different backgrounds. That is something we should celebrate and we should learn from each other about our different backgrounds and cultures.
The Horticulture Club is sponsoring a terrarium workshop Tuesday, November 10 at 5:30 p.m. in Farnsworth Room 112. There is a $5 refundable deposit required to hold a students place for this event. Contact Birgitta Brophy, for more details.
Congratulations to the turf majors who won the...


Congratulationsto the turf majors who won the NYSTA Turf Bowl Competition November 18 inRochester, NY.  This is a competition that tests students’ knowledge onthe subjects of turf, weed, insect, and soil and disease science.  Thiswas the first year SUNY Delhi has captured both the two- and four-year trophies. The four-year team included SullivanMurphy, Tyler LePore, Justin Hayward, and Jacob Lamarche.  The two-yearteam included James Carlton, Tyler Warren, Ryan Jeskie and Andre Kepler.

Students of Delhi Today we got to talking to Emily Wells who is currently a Senior and is an Event Management Major. We asked her what she likes about SUNY Delhi and she told us that, "I like how the professors know you on an intimate level and you aren't just a number to them. The professors in my department know me by name and they know personal stuff about me. When I see them they'll ask me how my summer in Nashville was, or how my volleyball season is going."
Today the SUNY Delhi Hospitality Program students who went to the hotel show had an amazing opportunity to do a behind the scenes tour of the Jacob Javits Center. This picture was taken on the green roof of the Jacob Javits Center.
Frank X Walker - Affrilachian Poet, Educator, Author of Black Box, Buffalo Dance: the Journey of...
Nationally-recognized poet Frank X Walker, former poet laureate of Kentucky and a 2014 NAACP Impact Award winner will read his work and conduct a book signing at 7 p.m. in Sanford Hall, Centennial Center. Sponsored by the Liberal Arts and Sciences Division, the Provost's Office, CADI and Barnes & Noble, this event is free and open to the public.
Come out to Kennedy Lounge in Alumni Hall on Thursday October 29th for the first 21 AND OVER social of the semester. The social starts at 6pm and goes until 8pm! Come join us and have a beer and mingle with fellow students while playing some cornhole, blackjack, or Halloween Trivia! Don't forget to wear a costume for the costume contest with prizes going out to the best costumes for a guy, girl, and couple!
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