Students of The State University of New York (SUNY) visited the Capitol today to advocate for state legislators to consider the negative impact on SUNY’s more than 465,000 students as proposed cuts to higher education become reality amidst continued emergency budget extenders and final budget negotiations.
“The fact is that students are the future of New [...]
By Stephanie Parsons
Most have noticed the restoration of Frisbie Hall in the Old Quad and the science areas in Wheeler Hall, but there is a lot more construction and improvement coming to Coby. In the beginning of the spring semester into the summer of 2011 the new agricultural building will be breaking ground, and should [...]
by Joe Marotta
Step into a room with the sun shining down on you as if walls did not exist. Rows of tables line the room. On top of the tables heads float on styrofoam rafts with hundreds of roots, like veins in a mine, reaching for soil that is not there. In another room large [...]
By Bennie Landman
Since Coach Mitch Tomaszkiewicz took over the Fighting Tigers cross-country program in 1993 he has flourished, taking the men to fifteen national appearances, with fifteen top ten finishes. Over this time he has also led the women to several winning seasons and third place finishes at the NJCAA Division III National Championship in [...]