4 SUNY Campuses Named Top 10 “Best College Values” by Kiplinger’s
Mar11

4 SUNY Campuses Named Top 10 “Best College Values” by Kiplinger’s

Four SUNY campuses have been named among the Mid-Atlantic’s 10 Best Public College Values for 2014 by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance. Kiplinger’s also ranked four SUNY campuses among the United States’ 25 Best College Values Under $30,000 a Year for 2014 and one in the nation’s 30 Best Values in Small Colleges for 2014 in March 2014. In producing these rankings, Kiplinger’s looked in to schools’ academic quality,...

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5 SUNY Campuses Ranked 2014 “Best Colleges” for Value, Size by Kiplinger’s
Mar05

5 SUNY Campuses Ranked 2014 “Best Colleges” for Value, Size by Kiplinger’s

  Five SUNY campuses have been ranked by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance for 2014 for their value and size. Kiplinger’s ranks four campuses among the United States’ 25 Best College Values Under $30,000 a Year for 2014 and SUNY Purchase College in the nation’s 30 Best Values in Small Colleges for 2014, both honors for the nation’s largest comprehensive system of higher education and further evidence that SUNY...

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Music Madness Winner Announced
Dec18

Music Madness Winner Announced

The first-ever SUNY Music Madness competition was a hard-fought battle between more than a dozen talented musical artists across SUNY’s diverse and talented student population.  Three rounds of contestants left just three groups competing for the coveted title of SUNY Music Madness 2013 Champion: SUNY New Paltz‘s Analise & EJ Rios, SUNY Oneonta‘s Hello, Seattle, and SUNY Oneonta’s Somewhere Up There. SUNY...

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Governor Cuomo Announces More Than $14.8 Million Awarded to SUNY Campuses Through Round III REDC Competition
Dec11

Governor Cuomo Announces More Than $14.8 Million Awarded to SUNY Campuses Through Round III REDC Competition

Governor Cuomo today announced that $715.9 million has been awarded through Round Three of the Regional Economic Development Council initiative–where more than $14.8 million of that is directly granted to SUNY campuses in order to help advance New York’s economy through research and innovation. A centerpiece of the Governor’s strategy to jumpstart the economy and create jobs, the Regional Councils were put in place...

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Top 100 Best Values in Public Colleges Captures 9 SUNY Campuses
Dec11

Top 100 Best Values in Public Colleges Captures 9 SUNY Campuses

Nine SUNY schools are nationally ranked among the best values in public colleges in Kiplinger’s Personal Finance‘s 2014 list of 100 Best Values in Public Colleges.  Most notably, Binghamton University, SUNY Geneseo, and Stony Brook University are ranked in the top 33% of the list. The rankings are in part based on cost, retention, student-to-faculty ratio, and the graduation rate. “SUNY is proud to once again see so many...

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Music Madness: Finals!
Dec10

Music Madness: Finals!

Welcome to Round III (FINALS!) of SUNY Music Madness 2013! Voters have chosen the top three entries from the original 13 entries of Round I and 5 of Round II. A close first round, followed by a tight second, has set us up for an intense final round of the first-ever SUNY Music Madness competition! Of the three contestants, only one will win to be crowned SUNY Music Madness Champion 2013. Each voter is able to vote for one of their...

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Music Madness – Semifinals
Nov26

Music Madness – Semifinals

Welcome to Round II of SUNY Music Madness 2013! Voters have chosen the top 5 entries from the original 13 entries of Round I. A close first round has set the stage for an exciting Semifinal and lays the foundation for a energetic Final in two weeks. Of the 5 contestants, three will continue on to Round III. Each voter is able to vote for one of their favorite entries this round; as always, we encourage you to sit back and sample them...

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Ask an Expert: Why is there graffiti?
Oct23

Ask an Expert: Why is there graffiti?

Graffiti, whose roots lay Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, and the Roman Empire, is prevalent throughout New York State. From the concrete walls of New York City’s boroughs to a train bridge in the North Country to a former grain processing plant in Buffalo, the mixture of mystery, color and illegitimacy is almost always sure to turn heads of passers by. Though the process of doing graffiti is sometimes illegal, it is increasingly...

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