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Come today to check out the 21 & Over social at 6-8pm in the Kennedy Lounge! It is Cinco de Mayo theme, come to get a chance to win some awesome prizes that are sponsored by the Alumni Association.
Community Fit Day is Saturday, May 7. SUNY Delhi HUMN 242 students will offer a historical walking tour of “vanished buildings” in the Village of Delhi. The walk will begin at 12 noon at the Cardio Club, 17 Elm Street, and end by 1:30 p.m. at the Cannon House on Main Street. Please join us (rain or shine) for some exercise, views of historical architecture, and insights into local history. Questions? Contact Lisa Tessier at 607-746-4315 or
Congratulations to the graduating class of Integrated Energy - these students study one semester with Jim Ellis as linemen and the other semester of their second year with Matt House, studying alternative energies, particularly solar and wind power.
Enjoy the third annual student initiated International Dining Night at Macdonald Hall Tomorrow, April 26, 5 p.m. - 9 p.m. Learn about the advantages of supporting and consuming locally grown products. Students in Sandra Johnson's Politics of Health Care class worked together with Delmar Crim, Hannah Hauser, and Christina Viafore to create a flavorful and unique International Dining Night themed menu focusing on locally and organically grown products. This year's dinner menu will include pernil Cubans, spanakopita, meen alleppey curry, souvlaki, fried plantains, collards, bratwurst with red cabbage, ox tails, and more. For dessert, come enjoy churros and fried ice cream.
Pride Parade in NYC - SUNY
SUNY invites you to join fellow students, faculty and staff to march in the New York City Pride Parade 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. on Sunday, June 26. All members of the SUNY community are welcome to be a part of the largest pride celebration in the world. Registration is free with a June 22 deadline. Specific details on exact parade day meeting time and location in Manhattan will be sent to all registered attendees prior to the event. Registration is now open at Register by May 30 and receive a free SUNY Pride T-shirt.
Criminal Justice majors visited the Coxsackie Maximum Security Prison meeting with staff to get a firsthand look of the facility.The students toured several areas, meeting with correction officers who explained the purpose of their specific programs and the benefits for inmates who attend. The day ended with a visit with four inmates who were sentenced to life in prison. They shared their stories of incarceration and what they have done, and are actively doing, to pay their debt to society.
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