Alumni Profile: Daniel Solomon
Nov12

Alumni Profile: Daniel Solomon

Daniel Solomon served in the United States Army for 6 years. Daniel climbed up the ranks during his time of service and reached the rank of Staff Sergeant. Daniel graduated from Binghamton University in 2007 with a B.S in economics. After graduation, Daniel enlisted in the Army Reserves. Daniel’s path in the U.S Army Reserves was an exceptional one. After boot camp, he went through a plethora of training–eventually...

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Ask an Expert: Why do leaves change colors?
Nov01

Ask an Expert: Why do leaves change colors?

Every fall, we get to see normal, everyday green leaves change into extraordinary colors. From the vast array of New York City parks, to the beautiful landscape of the North Country, these beautifully colored leaves sure do “leave” an impression on the everyday traveler. Every year we see these beautiful leaves change colors, and every year we ask ourselves the same question, why? Expert Response Name: Dylan Horvath...

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Would Christopher Columbus Have Attended SUNY?
Oct10

Would Christopher Columbus Have Attended SUNY?

The United States joins other American nations in celebrating Columbus Day this weekend as we celebrate the discovery of the “New World” by Christopher Columbus on October 12, 1492. Workers take the day off from their job and students get an extra day off. But what if Christopher Columbus was a student in the new world and in New York? Where would he go to college? We believe the answer is SUNY — and have come up...

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College Friends Help Rescue Injured Woman on Trip
Oct08

College Friends Help Rescue Injured Woman on Trip

A hike into Zion National Park this summer turned into a rescue mission when three friends from Binghamton University came to the aid of an injured woman. John Jozkowski ’11 was in Utah, to study desert tortoises, when friends Audrey Cerchiara ’11 and Benjamin Farrer, a PhD student in political science at Binghamton, paid him a visit. It was a typical August weekend at Zion, with nature enthusiasts exploring the 229 square-mile park....

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Alumni Roundup: September 24, 2013
Sep24

Alumni Roundup: September 24, 2013

See What SUNY Alumni are Accomplishing This Week! In addition to our regular Alumni Profile series, we hear about great things our graduates are doing around the country. Why not share them? Suffolk County Community College alumnus Keith Dinielli and SUNY Purchase professor David Grill each won an Emmy Award for their work in production. Hundreds of alumni, parents and community members visited SUNY Oneonta last weekend for Homecoming...

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