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Baker, who grew up in Utica, worked at Morrisville State College for more than 42 years before retiring in 2004 as assistant to the president for special projects, which included coordinating commencement and emeriti functions.... → Read more
This romantic comedy takes place during a blizzard at a diner bus stop in Kansas.... → Read more
MORRISVILLE, NY— Who said electric cars are a thing of the future? They are a vision of the present at Morrisville State.
The college recently installed a new ChargePoint EV Charging Station on campus as part of its ongoing alternate renewable energy efforts. The new addition, adds them to the map—the ChargePoint map.... → Read more
Team member Evan Castrogiovanni, of Montrose, Pa., was first place overall high individual and overall reasons individual.... → Read more
In his new role, Dr. Bularzik is responsible for the leadership of the school, as well as directing innovative teaching, program development, and assessment strategies.
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The dairy cattle sale focuses on Holsteins ranging in age from small calves to up to five- and six-year old animals.
The sale grossed a total of $279,640 with 86 live lots sold, two embryo lots, and one “Pick of the Herd” consignment.... → Read more
During his presentation, Deng will chronicle his life journey. In 1987, the North Sudanese Murahileen militiamen led a violent attack on his village of Ariang in South Sudan.... → Read more
MORRISVILLE, NY—Morrisville State will host a presentation and book signing by award-winning author and educator, Dr. Laura Gray-Rosendale, on Oct. 8 at 2 p.m. in the Little Theatre of the John W. Stewart Center for Student Activities (STUAC).
Gray-Rosendale, a President’s Distinguished Teaching Fellow, professor of English, and the director of the S.T.A.R.... → Read more