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Buzz Report: Student Village Thanksgiving Feast

This past Saturday, the RAs of the Student Village held a huge farewell Thanksgiving Feast. Logan Vibbard, Keanu Fowler and Ines Dinia came up with the idea and set up the whole event. Big thanks to them! The feast was open to both on-campus residents and commuters. Held in the Student Center cafeteria, it was […]

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Guitar Ensemble concert on Dec. 21

The SUNY Broome Guitar Ensemble will presents its Fall program on Monday at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 21 in the Angelo Zuccolo Little Theatre.  The program will include music played by the full 12-member group, including an arrangement of J.S. Bach’s Prelude in C Major, as well as student solos, duets and trios and a performance […]

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String Ensemble and Chamber Singers Concert on Dec. 7

The String Ensemble with be joining the Chamber Singers for an evening of Baroque and Christmas music at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 7 in the Angelo Zuccolo Little Theatre. The program will featuring traditional Christmas carols, along with works by Pachelbel, Boyce and an arrangement of a Piano Guys song written by music Professor Heather Worden. […]


Choral Concert on Dec. 11

The main choral concert will be held at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 11, in the Angelo Zuccolo Little Theatre. All the choirs — the SUNY Broome College Choir, the SUNY Broome Community College Choir and the Chamber Singers — will combine with one another and, in part, perform sections independently. Composers for that program will range from […]


Back Friday Sale at American Dining Creations

American Dining Creations is holding a Black Friday sale from now until Dec. 11. Purchase $75 or more in Dining Dollars and get a 20% bonus free! To purchase contact: David Young Director of Dining Services/Executive Chef c: 607.220.9686 p: 607.778.5140 dyoung@afvusa.com


Student music concert on Dec. 14

Students from the Applied Music studios of Peter Sicilian, Pej Reitz, Tony Godoy, Amy Cricket, Gerald Grahame and Brenda Dawe will perform a varied program of classical, jazz and standard musical theater literature at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 14, in the Angelo Zuccolo Little Theater. Please join us!


Needed: Over-the-counter medical supplies for Haiti

The 2016 Health for Haiti class is collecting over-the-counter medical supplies for use at our free clinics in Haiti this January. Please consider donating one of the following items: Tylenol, ibuprofen (adult and child) Cough and cold medicine (adult and child) Multi-vitamins (adult and child) Iron tablets Hydrocortisone cream Anti-fungal ointments Antacids OTC reading glasses […]


Are you an aspiring musical artist? Submit your audition materials by Nov. 30

Are you an aspiring musical artist? Would you like to get your music out there to the campus, community and beyond? We’re looking for SUNY Broome’s rising stars to participate in a Contemporary Music Concert at 7:30 p.m. December 18 in the Angelo Zuccolo Little Theatre. Sponsored by the Music Program in conjunction with Student Activities, the […]


Changing the World: Nosa Akol takes aim at global hunger

She may call Binghamton home, but Nosa Akol’s desire to make a difference transcends national boundaries. Her vehicle of transformation: agriculture, a field she developed a passion for through her involvement with 4-H and the Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) of Broome County. “I can do so much more in the agricultural field. Providing food is […]


Student Assembly helps students update their contact information

Members of the Student Assembly recently held a drive in Titchener Hall, the Student Center and Applied Technology to help students update their contact information. This includes contact information for the Rave Emergency Alert System, which the campus uses to notify students, faculty and staff of weather closings and emergencies. Student Assembly helped more than 100 students update […]


Solved: Where is Professor Stanton

Where was Prof. Myriam Stanton. Adjunct Instructor of ESL and Spanish? Ask her to tell you about Collaborative Online International Learning and about Chihuahua, Mexico!


The Monday Poem: ‘Wednesdays’ by Sue Ellen Thompson

The Monday Poem has been brought to you by Jim Gormley of the English Department. Enjoy! Wednesdays ________________________ Sue Ellen Thompson Along with his two surviving sisters, the five of us divided up the week, so that one of us would call my father every night at dinnertime. My night was Wednesday, and after we discussed […]


Buzz photos: Kingsman’s Wheel of Fortune fundraiser

Kingsman: The Public Service Club recently held a Wheel of Fortune fundraiser to benefit the YMCA and YWCA. The club is organizing weekly Fundraising for a Cause events. Check out these photos by Buzz student photographer Smithshell Julien. He also includes shots of the Student Assembly’s drive to have students update their emergency contact information, which […]


Buzz Photos: Excelsior College open house

The SUNY Broome/Excelsior College Partnership recently held an open house on campus. Visitors met representatives from Admissions, Financial Aid, Veteran Education Benefits and Outreach offices from Excelsior College, and learned more about Excelsior through panel presentations, a Q&A and more. Students in the SUNY Broome and Excelsior College partnership program take most of their coursework toward their bachelor’s […]


New clues: Where in the World is Professor Stanton?

Professor Myriam Stanton, Adjunct Instructor of ESL and Spanish is traveling with the SUNY Collaborative Online International Learning Initiative.  Where is she?  A world map awaits the person with the closest guess! Email  mckennakm@sunybroome.edu.


Updated: SUNY Broome celebrates Homecoming

SUNY Broome recently had its first-ever homecoming! Organized by the RHA staff of Student Village, Homecoming was held on Saturday, November 14. The day featured multiple events for both residential and commuter students in the Baldwin Gym. Events included a basketball tournament, a performance by the very talented step team, an intense game of musical […]


Lending a hand: Why Steve Gardner is pitching in for #Broome24

Steve Gardner is gearing up for SUNY Broome’s 24 Hours of Giving. This proud Hornet has his SUNY Broome Alumnus t-shirt at the ready for December 1. While he won’t be awake for the entire 24 hours, he plans to put in a long day helping the Broome Community College Foundation. “I will be here […]


Keep Calm & Ace Your Finals on Dec. 8

Nervous about your finals? Stop by the Baldwin Gymnasium in the Student Center on December 8 anytime between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. to participate in some de-stressing activities and get the help you need to ace those finals! The first 50 students to attend will win a door prize. Keep Calm & Ace Your Finals […]


Register before winter break — and enter a drawing for a gift card!

Register for the Spring semester before you go home for winter break, and you could win one of three $50 gift cards for the campus store! You’ll also become a winner in another way: by getting the schedule you want and the classes you need. For more information, visit www.sunybroome.edu/ar.

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SUNY Broome Night with the B-Sens on Dec. 5

Come Dec. 5 and see the Binghamton Senators take on the St. John’s Ice Caps at the Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena at 7:05 p.m. Purchase your tickets from the website listed below for discounted admission, a post-game photo on the ice, and a chance to win $10,000. The first 150 guests in attendance […]


Where in the world is Professor Stanton?

Where in the world is Myriam Stanton, Adjunct Professor of ESL and Spanish? She’s traveling with the Collaborative Online International Learning program. A world map awaits the person who comes closest with your guess.  (You are disqualified if you already know.) Send your best guess to mckennakm@sunybroome.edu.  


Don’t miss it: Theater show features Rod Serling work, special guests

Don’t miss this semester’s theater production “Alien Invasions: Rod Serling’s ‘The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street’ and Gore Vidal’s ‘Visit to a Small Planet.’” Performances are this Thursday, Friday and Saturday, November 19, 20 and 21 at 7 p.m. Theater students will enact the original Serling script just as it was done for television […]