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30 Days of Giving 2018 – Day 19: Clinton Community College Helps Students Overcome Barriers To Success.

In April, the Clinton community began a new initiative to assist students in need: the Eagle’s Nest Food Panty and Dress for Success Clothes Closet. In conjunction with the CCC Student Senate, the President’s Office founded the Eagle’s Nest as a way to further help students overcome barriers to success. The idea of a food […]

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30 Days of Giving 2018 – Day 18: SUNY ESF Students Give Up Their Saturdays for Service

First-year students at SUNY ESF kicked off the school year by participating in Saturday of Service – a day dedicated to serving, volunteering and working hand in hand with the Syracuse community. This year, there was record participation, from both students and the community. More than 400 students pitched in to help at 14 community […]

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30 Days of Giving 2018 – Day 17: Stony Brook University Students Practice Prevention and Outreach

Red Watch Band (RWB) is a bystander intervention program that teaches students how to prevent toxic drinking deaths. After a doctor from the Stony Brook University Medical Center lost her son — a freshman at Northwestern University — to alcohol poisoning in 2008, she collaborated with Stony Brook’s then President Shirley Kenny to develop an […]

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30 Days of Giving 2018 – Day 16: SUNY Oswego Hockey Teams Support Local Charities

Good deeds are among the goals for the men’s and women’s hockey teams from SUNY Oswego this year, as two home games included a Teddy Bear Toss benefiting Toys for Tots and, a food and toy drive supporting the local SEFA/United Way campaign. The Laker men’s hockey game with Brockport at Marano Campus Center arena […]

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30 Days of Giving 2018 – Day 15: Monroe Community College Develops Humanitarian Mapping

Over 20 students, faculty, and staff recently participated in Monroe Community College’s third annual mapping party. As part of their contributions to openstreetmap, a free and editable map of the world that activists use to support humanitarian efforts and community development, attendees mapped buildings in Senegal to collect data on buildings, roads, and drainage needed to […]