Join us for a rare opportunity on Thursday, Nov. 29, to discuss the book and all things political with the “Chapo Gang,” fresh off of their sold-out Mid-West tour, via video-conference from 12 to 1:15 p.m. in Titchener Room 101. The discussion will be moderated by Communications Instructor Nick Bongiorno.
SUNY Broome’s Student Activities and the Homelessness and Food Insecurity Work Group will hold a Hunger Banquet at 11 a.m. Thursday, Nov 15. The Hunger Banquet is designed to educate and increase awareness on food insecurity and social inequities, and also to provide information about resources that are available.
Come join us at noon Friday, Nov. 16, in the Student Center Dining Hall to celebrate that Hornet spirit!
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The Health for Haiti class is having a Flapjack Fundraiser from 8 to 10 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 18, 2018, at Applebees on Front Street.
Inspired by his high school English teacher, Joshua strives to become an educator himself someday. “I want to pay it forward. I feel I could be a bridge in another person’s life,” said the Early Childhood Education major, who is also a resident assistant in the Student Village.
American Dining Creations is proud to partner with the International Students Organization for another year of International Students Week!
The Applied Learning & Career Center recently hosted SUNY Broome’s very first Career Week (Oct. 29 through Nov. 2) to celebrate National Career Development Month (November).
Drop-in advising and registration for the Spring 2019 semester for current Business students will be held from 11 a.m. to noon this Thursday, Nov. 15, in Business Building Room 224.
After 10 weeks of Wednesday teleconferences, the students in David Shrum’s English class at la Universidad de Celaya and in Kathleen McKenna’s Effective Speaking class at SUNY Broome held their final teleconference. The collaboration was part of SUNY Broome’s ongoing Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) initiative, designed to give international experiences to students right here on campus.
The Council for Operational Issues will meet at 9 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018, in the Darwin R. Wales Center’s Gary Alan Bosket Conference Room (Wales 203B).
The Council for Academic Issues will meet at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018, in the Darwin R. Wales Center’s Gary Alan Bosket Conference Room (Wales 203B).
“It’s pushed me to start my own business someday. I think my life has become more broad and it’s benefiting me a lot,” Caleb said of his time at SUNY Broome. “Coming here helped me better understand what I want to do.” Read more about this Business Administrator major and RA in the Student Village.
SUNY Broome Theater is performing its fall production of Neil Simon’s “Rumors” at 7:30 p.m.this Thursday, Friday and Saturday in the Angelo Zuccolo Little Theatre, located in the SUNY Broome Student Center.
The campus community and guests gather each year to honor the service of veterans, who safeguard our rights as Americans – including the freedom of speech, the press and assembly, and the freedom to vote and pursue an education, said Executive Vice President and Chief Academic Officer Francis Battisti.