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  • PRIME Cafe hours for Tuesday, Nov. 21
    - Posted on November 17, 2017
    • Please note the following changes in cafe hours for Tuesday, Nov. 21:

      PRIME Elements in the Science Center will close at 2 p.m.
      PRIME Pit Stop in Williams Hall will close at noon.
      PRIME Books and Bites in Marvin Library will close at 3:30 p.m.

      From the entire PRIME team: Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

  • Marvin Library Learning Commons Thanksgiving break hours
    - Posted on November 16, 2017
    • The Marvin Library Learning Commons’ Thanksgiving break hours are as follows:

      Monday, Nov. 20 — 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
      Tuesday, Nov. 21 — 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
      Wednesday, Nov. 22 through Sunday, Nov. 26 — closed
      (The college is closed during this period.)

      Have a safe, peaceful and happy Thanksgiving.

  • SUNY Board vote on College President expected today, Nov. 15
    - Posted on November 15, 2017
    • Dear Colleagues:

      You are invited to view the Open Meeting of the State University of New York (SUNY) Board of Trustees at 1 p.m. today. At that meeting, the SUNY Board of Trustees expects to vote on the appointment of the next president of Hudson Valley Community College.

      The SUNY Board is making this appointment after a multi-month, nationwide search led by the Hudson Valley Community College Presidential Search Committee, under the leadership of Board of Trustees Chairman Neil Kelleher. The committee invited three finalists to the college to meet with students, faculty, staff, and the greater Capital Region community. The Hudson Valley Community College Board of Trustees then voted to appoint a candidate as the next president, subject to the approval of the SUNY Board of Trustees.

      You can watch the meeting live or recorded at: http://www.suny.edu/about/leadership/board-of-trustees/meetings/meetingNotices.cfm.

  • Speak-Off Competition is cancelled
    - Posted on November 15, 2017
    • The Speak-Off Competition scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 15 is cancelled.

  • Dental Hygiene’s holiday goodie bag sale
    - Posted on November 14, 2017
    • The Dental Hygiene Department’s 2017 holiday goodie bag sale will benefit a 16-year-old boy who has Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.

      Christmas goodie bags for adults or children are $1 each.

      When: 10 to 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. through Tuesday, Nov. 21
      Where: Dental Hygiene Clinic, Fitzgibbons Health Technologies Center, room 127

  • Library Tip of the Week: Science Magazine
    - Posted on November 14, 2017
  • This week in athletics
    - Posted on November 14, 2017
    • Football (1-9) concluded the 2017 season Saturday, Nov. 11 after falling to The Apprentice School, 28-27, in overtime.

      Trailing 21-14 with 3:13 remaining in the game, the Vikings marched down the field in 10 plays to tie the game up at 21-21 with 44-seconds remaining. Wesley Manning (Setauket/Ward Melville) completed the comeback drive with a 14-yard touchdown pass to Shaquille Edmond (Farmingdale, N.J./Wall) in the back of the end zone.

      In the overtime period, The Vikings scored on their opening drive as the duo of Manning and Edmond connected once again for a touchdown pass in the back of the end zone, giving the Vikings the 27-21 advantage. The Vikings missed the extra point and opened the door for The Apprentice School to win with a touchdown.

      The Apprentice School took advantage of the opportunity as Ethan Bryce scored on a five-yard run, tying the game at 27-27. Zack Schwenke converted the extra-point and secured the 28-27 win over the Vikings

      Men’s Basketball (2-2) split games last week, defeating Jefferson at home on Friday, Nov. 10, 80-78, and then were defeated at Herkimer on Saturday, 88-69. Men’s basketball is home this Wednesday, Nov. 15 at 5 p.m.

      Women’s Basketball (2-1) also split games this past weekend. The women’s team lost a tough 79077 game to Jefferson on Friday night before bouncing back to defeat Herkimer on the road, 73-71, on Saturday. The women’s basketball team is back home on Wednesday, Nov. 15 at 7 p.m.

  • “Reversing the Stigma” a documentary about addiction to be shown on campus Nov. 29
    - Posted on November 13, 2017
    • The Human Services and Chemical Dependency Counseling Department will host the documentary “Reversing the Stigma” on Wednesday, Nov. 29, at 1 p.m. in the BTC auditorium.

      The film provides a historical perspective on addiction in New York and focuses on new recovery efforts that are happening around the state.

      A panel discussion with representatives from local law enforcement, the Office of Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services as well as members of the local recovery community will follow the film.

  • PRIME Cafe specials
    - Posted on November 13, 2017
    • BREAKFAST
      M – Greek Omelet (Spinach, Tomato, Feta); $4.49
      T – Bacon, Egg & Cheese on French Toast; $3.99
      W – Western Hot Mess; $3.99
      TH – Banana Chocolate Chip Pancakes; $3.99
      F – Ham, Egg & Swiss Melt; $3.99

      GRILL
      M – Bacon, Mushroom, Blue Cheese Burger; $6.49
      T – Pulled Pork Grilled Cheese; $5.99
      W – Mac & Cheese Balls or Bacon Cheese Burger Arancini with French Fries; $5.49
      TH – Tuna Melt on Rye; $5.49
      F – Bahn Mi (Pork belly, Slaw, Pickles Onions); $5.99

      PRIMITTO
      M – Classic Tacos (Hard Shell, Ground Beef, Lettuce, Tomato, Sour Cream); $5.99
      T – Short Rib Fajitas (Peppers & Onions); $5.99
      W – Asian Chicken Lettuce Wraps (Served in a bowl with 3 Lettuce Cups); $5.99
      TH – Shrimp Tacos (Avocado, Mango Salsa, Pickled Onions); $5.99
      F – Teriyaki Pork Bowl; $6.49

      PIZZA
      M – Taco Pizza (Beef)
      T – Shrimp Scampi
      W – Margarita
      TH – Short Rib
      F – Cheesy Idaho

      SOUP
      M – Chicken & Rice
      T – Bacon Cheeseburger
      W – Italian Sausage and White Bean
      TH – Beef Stew
      F – Chef Choice

      CHEF CORNER
      M – Hot Dog Mac & Cheese; $4.99
      T – Chicken Pot Pie; $5.49
      W – Penne Barese; $5.49
      TH – Chicken Stir Fry; $5.49

  • Voices lecture: Climate Change and Climate Justice in New York
    - Posted on November 13, 2017
    • The Voices: A Library Lecture Series committee is pleased to “Climate Change and Climate Justice in New York” on Tuesday, Nov. 14, at 11 a.m. in the BTC Auditorium.

      The impacts of climate change are felt throughout the world. New York is working to reduce greenhouse gas emissions resulting from burning fossil fuels. Communities are developing their own resilience plans to mitigate the impact created by worsening heat waves, storms and floods. Eleanor Stein, J.D., LL.M in Climate Change Law at the Albany Law School, presents our state’s initiatives to address climate change.

  • HVCC Novel Bunch to discuss Jim LaBate’s novel: “The Things I Threw in the River”
    - Posted on November 10, 2017
    • On Monday, Nov. 20, the HVCC Novel Bunch will discuss a novel by Jim LaBate, “The Things I Threw in the River: The Story of One Man’s Life.” 

      Time: 2 p.m.
      Location: Multipurpose Room, second floor of the Marvin Library Learning Commons.

      ALL students, faculty and staff are welcome!

      In the novel, the first-person narrator lives near the Mohawk River in upstate New York during the 1950’s, ’60’s, ’70’s, and ’80’s. He tells a series of related stories about what he threw into the river and why. The first story concerns an incident that occurs when the narrator is four years old, and the final story occurs in 1988 when he is 37. That final story is the most dramatic of all, takes up 50% of the novel, and is based on a real incident.

      For more info. contact Anne LaBelle at a.labelle@hvcc.edu or 518-629-7384.

  • Deadline Nov. 17: All-USA / Coca Cola Academic Teams Scholarship Programs
    - Posted on November 10, 2017
    • *** Deadline to apply is Nov. 17! ***

      Dear Students,

      On behalf of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK), we are currently accepting nominations for the 2017-2018 All-USA Community College Academic Team and the Coca-Cola Community College Academic Team Programs. Approximately $400,000 in scholarships will be awarded to outstanding community college students across the nation, and we have an opportunity to nominate four students from Hudson Valley Community College. This is a national competition, open to all Hudson Valley students, and nominations are welcome from both PTK student members as well as students who are not members. Two nominations are reserved for students who intend to transfer for further study; the remaining two are for students who intend to enter the workforce. The deadline for submitting nominations is Nov. 17, 2017.

      Nominations must meet the following criteria: students who have demonstrated outstanding performance within an academically-rigorous program, earned high grade point averages; and have been recognized through awards and honors for academic achievement. Demonstrated service to the college and community is also important. Letters of recommendation are required. An important part of the application is an essay describing how the student has used his or her community college education to improve his or her community or institution. The evaluators will look primarily for innovative, creative, original and lasting achievements in these essays.

      Again, both PTK and non-PTK members are welcome to apply. If you are not currently a member of PTK, please visit www.ptk.org, select “LOGIN” at the top of the screen, then click the sign up for free access link located on the right side of the page and follow the prompts to create an account. Select the link in the center of the page that says “2017-2018 Fall Scholarship Application.”

      PTK members, please visit https://my.ptk.org and log in using your PTK username (your email address used at the time of accepting membership) and password.  If you have forgotten your password, click “Forgot Password” on the login page and follow the prompts to change the password. Select the link in the center of the page that says “2017-2018 Fall Scholarship Application.”

      Scholarship recipients will be recognized by USA TODAY, Follett, and Coca-Cola, and nominees to these programs are recognized in All-State Academic Team programs held in 38 states. All-State Team programs may offer students academic scholarships, stipends, newspaper coverage, medallions and/or certificates.

      Applications must be completed and successfully submitted by Nov. 17, 2017, including submission of letters of recommendation. After all applications have been received, you will be notified if you have been selected as a nominee. In the meantime, if you have any questions, please feel free to contact Dr. Robert Whitaker at r.whitaker@hvcc.edu.

      Thank you, and good luck!

  • Additional writing assistance available for Comp I students working on their final research paper
    - Posted on November 10, 2017
    • Attention Composition I Students!

      Additional Writing Assistance is Available for Composition I Students Who Are Working on Their Final Research Paper for Composition I.

      Beginning Monday, Nov. 20, in addition to the regularly scheduled writing assistance available in the Writing and Research Center, Hudson Valley Composition I instructors will be offering writing assistance for students working on their final research papers required in Composition I. (See schedule below.)

      All stages of the writing and research process are welcomed. However, to maximize assistance, we ask that you please bring a copy of your final project assignment in Composition I as well as any notes, pre-writing materials, drafts, and sources you may have. It is also recommended that you bring or are able to access an electronic version of your working draft if you have one.

      The Writing and Research Center is located on the 2nd floor of the Marvin Library. Please remember to bring your ID card.

      Monday, Nov. 20 — 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
      Tuesday, Nov. 21 — 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
      Monday, Nov. 27 — 10 a.m.-2 p.m. and 5-7 p.m.
      Tuesday, Nov. 28 — 10 a.m.-2 p.m and 5-8 p.m.
      Wednesday, Nov. 29 — 10 a.m.-2 p.m and 4-7 p.m.
      Thursday, Nov. 30 — 10 a.m.-2 p.m. and 5-8 p.m.
      Friday, Dec. 1 — 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
      Saturday, Dec. 2 — 10 a.m.-2 p.m
      Monday, Dec. 4 — 10 a.m.-2 p.m and 5-8 p.m.
      Tuesday, Dec. 5 — 10 a.m.-2 p.m and 4-7 p.m.
      Wednesday, Dec. 6 — 10 a.m.-2 p.m and 5-7 p.m.
      Thursday, Dec. 7 — 10 a.m.-2 p.m and 4-7 p.m.
      Friday, Dec. 8 — 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

  • Fall 2017 Withdrawal Deadline
    - Posted on November 8, 2017
    • Fall 2017 Withdrawal Deadline is Friday, Nov. 17, 2017.

      It is strongly recommended that a student discusses the impact of either course withdrawals or a total withdrawal with an academic advisor and the Financial Aid Office prior to completing the process. All completed forms must be submitted to the Registrar’s Office by 5 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 17, 2017 in order to receive a grade of “W” (withdrawal) on the student’s record.

      Course Withdrawals
      A student may withdraw from a course or courses prior to the end of the day on Friday, Nov. 17, 2017. A student must obtain the approval and the signature from his or her advisor or department chair for course withdrawals. The official date of withdrawal is the date that the completed form is received in the Registrar’s Office. Discontinuance of class attendance or notice to the instructor does not constitute authorized withdrawal.

      Course withdrawals from a term may jeopardize current and future financial aid eligibility.

      Total Withdrawal
      A student may withdraw from all registered courses within a term prior to the end of the day on Friday, Nov. 17, 2017. To complete a total withdrawal, please visit the Registrar’s Office in the Guenther Enrollment Services Center, Room 136. The official date of withdrawal is the date that the form is completed.

      A total withdrawal from a term may jeopardize current and future financial aid eligibility.

      If a student is unable to complete either of the above in-person, a signed letter will be accepted as long as it is postmarked and mailed through the U.S. Postal Service by Nov. 17, 2017. Any request received after the deadline will not be accepted.

  • NYC shopping and Rockette’s seats still available to students!
    - Posted on November 8, 2017
    • If you are interested in going to NYC to go shopping or see the Rockettes at the Radio City Music Hall, stop by the Student Activities Office, CTR 210!

      Tickets are on sale until Monday, Nov. 20 (while supplies last!)
      Seats are limited and filling up fast!

      The bus leaves the McDonough Sports at 7:30 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 2 and will drop everyone off at Bryant Park. The bus will pick up everyone back at Bryant Park at 6 p.m.

      Shopping is $20 for students and each student can bring one non-student guest for an additional $30 (CASH ONLY).

      The show is $55 for students and each student can bring one non-student guest for an additional $75 (CREDIT ONLY).

      For more information, contact the Student Activities Office, CTR 210, (518) 629-7348.

  • Voices lecture: Climate Change and Climate Justice in New York
    - Posted on November 7, 2017
    • The Voices: A Library Lecture Series committee is pleased to “Climate Change and Climate Justice in New York” on Tuesday, Nov. 14, at 11 a.m. in the BTC Auditorium.

      The impacts of climate change are felt throughout the world. New York is working to reduce greenhouse gas emissions resulting from burning fossil fuels. Communities are developing their own resilience plans to mitigate the impact created by worsening heat waves, storms and floods. Eleanor Stein, J.D., LL.M in Climate Change Law at the Albany Law School, presents our state’s initiatives to address climate change.

  • Library Tip of the Week: Source Evaluation: Does it pass the C. R. A. P. Test?
    - Posted on November 7, 2017
  • Human Services Club conducting mitten drive for Viking Day Care Center
    - Posted on November 6, 2017
    • Human Services Club
      MITTEN DRIVE

      The club is collecting new gloves and mittens for the
      3- and 4-year-old students at the Viking Day Care Center.

      Help us keep their little hands warm!

      You may drop off your donation of gloves and mittens at BRN 008
      until Dec. 14, 2017.

      Thank You!

  • Seeking outstanding students for scholarship nomination
    - Posted on November 6, 2017
    • Dear Students,

      On behalf of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK), we are currently accepting nominations for the 2017-2018 All-USA Community College Academic Team and the Coca-Cola Community College Academic Team Programs. Approximately $400,000 in scholarships will be awarded to outstanding community college students across the nation, and we have an opportunity to nominate four students from Hudson Valley Community College. This is a national competition, open to all Hudson Valley students, and nominations are welcome from both PTK student members as well as students who are not members. Two nominations are reserved for students who intend to transfer for further study; the remaining two are for students who intend to enter the workforce. The deadline for submitting nominations is November 17, 2017.

      Nominations must meet the following criteria: students who have demonstrated outstanding performance within an academically-rigorous program, earned high grade point averages; and have been recognized through awards and honors for academic achievement. Demonstrated service to the college and community is also important. Letters of recommendations are required. An important part of the application is an essay describing how the student has used his or her community college education to improve his or her community or institution. In the essays, the evaluators will look primarily for innovative, creative, original and lasting achievements.

      Again, both PTK and non-PTK members are welcome to apply. If you are not currently a member of PTK, please visit www.ptk.org, select “LOGIN” at the top of the screen, then click the sign up for free access link located on the right side of the page and follow the prompts to create an account. Select the link in the center of the page that says “2017-2018” Fall Scholarship Application”.

      PTK members, please visit https://my.ptk.org and log in using your PTK username (your email address used at the time of accepting membership) and password. If you have forgotten your password, click “Forgot Password” on the login page and follow the prompts to change the password. Select the link in the center of the page that says “2017-2018” Fall Scholarship Application”.

      Scholarship recipients will be recognized by USA TODAY, Follett, and Coca-Cola, and nominees to these programs are recognized in All-State Academic Team programs held in 38 states. All-State Team programs may offer students academic scholarships, stipends, newspaper coverage, medallions and/or certificates.

      Applications must be completed and successfully submitted by Nov. 17, 2017, including submission of letters of recommendations.

      After all applications have been received, you will be notified if you have been selected as a nominee. In the meantime, if you have any questions, please feel free to contact Dr. Robert Whitaker at r.whitaker@hvcc.edu. Thank you, and good luck!

  • Psychology Club speaker: Parapsychology today, Nov. 6
    - Posted on November 6, 2017
    • Parapsychology, a fun topic for the Halloween season, is a field of study concerned with the investigation of paranormal and psychic phenomena. This presentation will discuss efforts to study these phenomenon, difficulties and criticisms.

      Date: Monday, Nov. 6
      Time: 2 – 2:50 p.m.
      Location: BRN 002

  • This week in athletics
    - Posted on November 6, 2017
    • Cross Country
      Hudson Valley Community College cross country concluded the 2017 season Saturday, Nov. 4 after competing in the NJCAA Nationals meet hosted by Holyoke Community College at Stanley Park in Westfield, Mass.

      The men’s program finished 24th out of the 29th participating teams as Holden Maynard placed 64th overall with an official time of 29:14.

      The women’s program had two individuals compete in Saturday’s championship meet as Sarah Rosenberger placed 38th overall with a final time of 21:44 with an average 1K time of 4:21.3. Mercedes Planavsky also competed and finished 54th overall with a final time of 22:30.0 for an average 1K time of 4:30.

      Football (1-8) dropped a hard fought match-up, 18-7, to Naval Academy Preparatory School (NAPS) at home on Saturday afternoon.

      Taj Beckett finished the game with 13 completions for 253 passing yards and Andres Blanco carried the ball 15 times for 54 yards to lead the Vikings offensively. Shaquille Edmond quickly became Beckett’s top target as he hauled in five catches for 148-yards and a score.

      Defensively, Kapone Brown and Isaiah Moak each recorded a sack and combined for 22 total tackles. Richard Eversleigh added eight tackles while Jaleel Kyles and John (Jack) Fitzgerald each had seven total tackles on the afternoon.

      Men’s Basketball (1-1) dropped Saturday”s away game against Cayuga, 88-78. The Vikings were led offensively by Mitchell Dame as he scored a team-high 17-points with sophomore guard David Reo adding 16 points as the Vikings couldn’t overcome the late game deficit to Cayuga.

      Basketball tipped-off the 2017 season with an 88-83 win over Rockland on Nov. 1. The Vikings had five student-athletes surpass double-digit scoring as Taylor Slattery led all scorers with a game-high 23 points, including 19 points in the second half. Slattery also led the Vikings from behind the arc, hitting four three-pointers on the night.

      Men’s basketball is home this Friday, Nov. 10 to play Jefferson at 8 p.m.

      Women’s Basketball (1-0) kicked off the 2017 season with an 88-82 victory over Cayuga Community College on Saturday afternoon.

      Hannah Kreiger scored a game-high 30-points as she was one of three Vikings to reached double-digit scoring in the season-opener. Taylor Engster hit a team-high five field goals from three-point range and added five clutch free throws in the fourth quarter for 22 points for Hudson Valley.

      Women’s basketball is home this Friday, Nov. 10 to play Jefferson at 6 p.m.

  • PRIME Cafe Specials
    - Posted on November 6, 2017
    • BREAKFAST
      M: Breakfast Burrito (Potatoes, Salsa), $3.99
      T: Buffalo Hot Mess, $3.99
      W: Ham & Gouda Omelet, $4.49
      Th: Farmers Omelet (Egg Whites, Spinach, Tomato, Onion), $4.49
      F:  Hole in One with Bacon, $3.99

      GRILL
      M: Monte Cristo (Turkey, Ham, Swiss, Russian), $5.99
      T: The Gobbler (Turkey, Stuffing, Cranberry Mayo), $5.99
      W: Pesto PBLT (Pork Belly, Lettuce, Tomato, Pesto Mayo), $6.49
      TH: Sweet & Spicy Chicken Philly (Pepper Jack, 1000 Island), $5.99
      F:  Angry Burger (Blue Cheese, Hot Sauce, Crispy Onion), $6.49

      PRIMITTO
      M: Chipotle Pork Bowl, $6.49
      T: Thai Chicken Bowl (Pineapple, Cilantro, Corn Salsa), $6.49
      W: Walking Taco (Choice of Meat & Toppings), $5.99
      TH: Soba Noodle Bowl (Crispy Pork belly, Carrot – Cabbage Slaw), $6.49
      F:  General Tso Bowl over Rice with Broccoli Florets, $5.99

      PIZZA
      M: Garlic Parmesan Buffalo Chicken
      T: Meatball Parmesan
      W: Italiano (Pepperoni, Sausage, RRP, Basil)
      TH: BBQ Chicken, Bacon, Ranch
      F: Green Machine (Pesto Base, Broccoli, Spinach)

      SOUP
      M:  Turkey and Corn Chowder
      T: Beef Vegetable
      W: Broccoli Cheddar
      TH: Chicken Noodle
      F: Chef Choice

      CHEF’S CORNER
      M: Shepherd’s Pie, $4.99
      T: Beef & Broccoli over White Rice
      W: Penne & Meatball Bake
      TH: Sweet & Sour Chicken with Steamed Vegetables over Rice

  • Drummer William Hooker accompanies “Within Our Gates” at noon and 6:30 p.m. today (Nov. 3)
    - Posted on November 3, 2017
    • Drummer and composer William Hooker accompanies “Within Our Gates,” a 1920 silent film by director Oscar Micheaux that is the oldest known surviving film by an African-American filmmaker. The film portrays the hardships, duplicity and amazing reversals of fortune a black schoolteacher experiences on a journey north to raise funds for her school. Despite the director’s graphic depictions of racial injustice and violence, the film ultimately delivers an uplifting message of racial pride and self-respect. The film will be followed by a discussion facilitated by Mr. Hooker.

      William Hooker started drum lessons at age 10 and says “I consider myself a ‘jazz musician.’ My work fits in the jazz tradition because it’s based on improvisation, it’s based on learning one’s craft.” On his more than 60 CDs, his compositions range from jazz to “new” and experimental music.

      This event will take place in the BTC Auditorium on
      Friday, Nov. 3 at both noon and 6:30 pm.
      It is free and open to the public.

      Presented by the Cultural Affairs Program.

  • Call for nominations for the Dr. Joseph J. Bulmer Award for Excellence in Library Research
    - Posted on November 3, 2017
    • Just a reminder that the Dwight Marvin Library faculty welcome students and faculty to nominate research papers for consideration for the Bulmer Award, named after Dr. Joseph J. Bulmer, president of Hudson Valley Community College during the years 1979-1996. Dr. Bulmer funded this prestigious award through the college’s Foundation, with the goal of recognizing academic scholarship in library-based research.

      Papers are submitted throughout the fall and spring semesters. The nomination deadline is May 1, each spring. One recipient is selected each year. The recipient receives a monetary award, is recognized at the Student Honors Convocation and in the commencement program, and is included on a perpetual plaque in the Dwight Marvin Library Learning Commons.

      Criteria are as follows. A winning paper will meet all of the following:

      • Grade of A
      • Extensive bibliography with a minimum of five sources. Papers having fewer than five sources are not eligible. More quality sources are preferred.
      • Evidence of initiative, persistence, and ingenuity in identifying sources. Papers with a variety of sources are ranked more highly. For example, a paper including books, academic journals, newspapers and credible websites will rank more highly than a paper using mainly websites.
      • Evidence of critical thinking in evaluating sources for credibility and appropriateness. Depending on the assignment and subject matter, seminal works, core journals and critical sources are preferred. For example, if you are writing a research paper on the legacy of Adolf Hitler, including his autobiography Mein Kampf, a newspaper article written during his lifetime (the library has the historical New York Times!), or an interview with a Holocaust survivor/descendant demonstrates great critical thinking (and initiative).
      • Correct citation format. NOTE: MLA citations are expected to reflect changes instituted in April 2016 (MLA 8 format).
      • Authentic academic work, i.e. free of plagiarism (papers may be reviewed using turnitin.com or similar software).

      Students: the 2017-18 recipient could be you! The tools to help you succeed are right here in the Marvin Library Learning Commons: research librarians and writing specialists in the Writing and Research Center, individualized research appointments and LAC workshops,  just to name a few.

      To submit a paper for consideration, review criteria and learn more about the award, visit the Dr. Joseph J. Bulmer Award for Excellence in Library Research guide, and for additional information contact librarian Val Waldin at v.waldin@hvcc.edu, MRV 141.

  • New Single Sign-on Screen
    - Posted on November 2, 2017
    • Single Sign-On (SSO) is an authentication process that allows a user to access multiple web applications by requiring a one-time login with one set of credentials. Below is a screen shot of the current SSO login page:

      On Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017, ITS will be implementing a new look for this page. Below is a screen shot of the new SSO login page layout.

      Thank you,
      Information Technology Services

  • Drummer William Hooker accompanies “Within Our Gates” at noon and 6:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 3
    - Posted on November 2, 2017
    • Drummer and composer William Hooker accompanies “Within Our Gates,” a 1920 silent film by director Oscar Micheaux that is the oldest known surviving film by an African-American filmmaker. The film portrays the hardships, duplicity and amazing reversals of fortune a black schoolteacher experiences on a journey north to raise funds for her school. Despite the director’s graphic depictions of racial injustice and violence, the film ultimately delivers an uplifting message of racial pride and self-respect. The film will be followed by a discussion facilitated by Mr. Hooker.

      William Hooker started drum lessons at age 10 and says “I consider myself a ‘jazz musician.’ My work fits in the jazz tradition because it’s based on improvisation, it’s based on learning one’s craft.” On his more than 60 CDs, his compositions range from jazz to “new” and experimental music.

      This event will take place in the BTC Auditorium on
      Friday, Nov. 3 at both noon and 6:30 pm.
      It is free and open to the public.

      Presented by the Cultural Affairs Program.

  • Seeking outstanding students for scholarship nomination
    - Posted on November 1, 2017
    • Dear Students,

      On behalf of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK), we are currently accepting nominations for the 2017-2018 All-USA Community College Academic Team and the Coca-Cola Community College Academic Team Programs. Approximately $400,000 in scholarships will be awarded to outstanding community college students across the nation, and we have an opportunity to nominate four students from Hudson Valley Community College.

      This is a national competition, open to all Hudson Valley students, and nominations are welcome from PTK student members, as well as students who are not members. Two nominations are reserved for students who intend to transfer for further study; the remaining two are for students who intend to enter the workforce. The deadline for submitting nominations is Nov. 17, 2017.

      Nominations must meet the following criteria: students who have demonstrated outstanding performance within an academically-rigorous program, earned high grade point averages; and have been recognized through awards and honors for academic achievement. Demonstrated service to the college and community also is important. Letters of recommendations are required. An important part of the application is an essay describing how the student has used his or her community college education to improve his or her community or institution. Evaluators who review the essays will look primarily for innovative, creative, original and lasting achievements.

      Again, both PTK and non-PTK members are welcome to apply.

      If you are not currently a member of PTK, please visit www.ptk.org, select “LOGIN” at the top of the screen, then click the “sign up for free access” link located on the right side of the page and follow the prompts to create an account. Select the link in the center of the page that says “2017-2018” Fall Scholarship Application.”

      PTK members, please visit https://my.ptk.org and login using your PTK username (your email address used at the time of accepting membership) and password. If you have forgotten your password, click “Forgot Password” on the login page and follow the prompts to change the password. Select the link in the center of the page that says “2017-2018” Fall Scholarship Application.”

      Scholarship recipients will be recognized by USA TODAY, Follett, and Coca-Cola, and nominees to these programs are recognized in All-State Academic Team programs held in 38 states. All-State Team programs may offer students academic scholarships, stipends, newspaper coverage, medallions and/or certificates.

      Applications must be completed and successfully submitted by Nov. 17, 2017, including submission of letters of recommendations. After all applications have been received, you will be notified if you have been selected as a nominee. In the meantime, if you have any questions, please feel free to contact Dr. Robert Whitaker at r.whitaker@hvcc.edu.

      Thank you and good luck!

  • Criminal Justice Club hosts a two-day bake sale!
    - Posted on November 1, 2017
    • The Criminal Justice Club will have its Bake Sale on Thursday, Nov. 2 and Friday, Nov. 3 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the second floor of the Siek Campus Center.

      We look forward to your support!

      Thank you,
      Professor Shawna Addison

  • Spring application for Excelsior Scholarship open through Dec. 4
    - Posted on November 1, 2017
    • If you or a student you know missed the chance to apply for the Excelsior Scholarship this past spring, now is the time to take action. The Excelsior Scholarship application for the spring 2018 semester is now open and will run through Dec. 4.

      The spring 2018 application is open to students first entering college in the spring 2018 term, students who caught up on credits during the fall 2017 term to meet the credit requirement, and current college students who missed the deadline for the fall 2017 application.

      Visit hesc.ny.gov/excelsior to see eligibility requirements and submit an application.

      After the first round of Excelsior Scholarship applications earlier this year, nearly 22,000 students are now attending college at a SUNY or CUNY school tuition-free.

  • Improve your public speaking skills Wednesday, Nov. 1 at 2 p.m.
    - Posted on October 31, 2017
    • Please join us if you would like to improve your public speaking skills!

      Professor John Meehan will share useful tips.

      • Wednesday, Nov. 1 at 2 p.m. in Brahan Hall, room 001
      • Open to all!
      • Sponsored by the Entrepreneur’s Club
  • Wrestling Club practice has started!
    - Posted on October 31, 2017
    • Wrestling Club has started! You know you miss it! Please join us!

      Every Monday from 2 to 4 p.m.
      McDonough Sports Complex Gym
      Bring your gear!

      For more information, please contact:
      Professor Fronhofer at v.fronhofer@hvcc.edu

      Additional practice dates:
      Tuesday, Nov. 21 from 4 to 6 p.m.
      Thursday, Nov. 30 from 6 to 8 p.m.

  • Voices lecture at noon Wednesday, Nov. 1: Building computer games
    - Posted on October 31, 2017
    • The Voices: A Library Lecture Series committee is pleased to present Velan Studios: Building Games at the Tip of the Spear on Wednesday, Nov. 1 at noon in the BTC Auditorium.

      Velan Studios is the latest business venture of the brothers Guha and Karthik Bala. Their newest startup centers on creating innovative and entertaining game experiences that stoke the imagination. The Bela brothers discuss their 25-year journey as leaders who push the frontiers of gaming.

      All are welcome to attend.

  • Library Tip of the Week: Life Magazine Archive
    - Posted on October 31, 2017
  • This week in athletics
    - Posted on October 30, 2017
    • Cross Country
      Hudson Valley Community College cross country teams competed in the NJCAA Region III meet at Finger Lakes Community College on Saturday, Oct. 28.

      The men’s program finished sixth out of six teams and combined for an average time of 36:48.8 in the five-mile race. Holden Maynard was the first Vikings runner to cross the finish line and placed seventh overall with a final time of 31:06.4.

      The women’s program sent two individuals, Sarah Rosenberger and Mercedes Planavsky, to compete in the NJCAA Region III 5K meet. Rosenberger and Planavsky both placed inside the top-10 with Rosenberger placing sixth with a final time of 23:11.6. Planavsky crossed the finish line in 10th place with a time of 24:01.0.

      Football (1-7) lost a tough game as they couldn’t overcome the slippery conditions and the steady rain as Erie Community College defeated the Vikings, 43-14, on Saturday, Oct. 28 afternoon in Orchard Park, N.Y.

      The Men’s Soccer (9-8) season came to a close Tuesday evening, Oct. 24 as the No.7 Vikings fell to No.10 Finger Lakes, 5-1, in the NJCAA Region III Quarterfinal round. Ethan Thomas put the Hudson Valley on the board in the second half after being awarded a penalty kick as a result of a Lakers foul in the box.

      Women’s Soccer (12-5) advanced to the NJCAA Region III Championship game after defeating Corning, 2-1, on Thursday, Oct. 26 but couldn’t overcome the top-ranked Herkimer Generals in the Championship match on Sunday, Oct. 29. The Vikings closed out their best year since finishing 2014 with a 11-4-1 record. Kaitlin Nadeau and Sydney Buhrke were named to the 2017 NJCAA Region III All-Tournament Team.

      The women’s soccer All-Conference, All-Region and All-American teams are scheduled to be released this week with the expectation a few Vikings student-athletes will earn the year-end honors.

      Men’s Basketball (0-0) begins its 2017 campaign at home on Wednesday, Nov. 1 when they welcome Rockland Community College to Troy. Game time is 7 p.m. The men’s program also will travel to Cayuga Community College on Saturday, Nov. 4 for a 3 p.m. game.

      Women’s Basketball (0-0) also begins its 2017 season at home on Nov. 1 against Rockland Community College. They also travel with the men’s program to take on Cayuga Community College at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 4.

  • PRIME Cafe specials!
    - Posted on October 30, 2017
    • Breakfast
      M – French Toast with Bacon, $3.49
      T – Pumpkin Pancakes with Sausage, $4.49
      W – Egg Benedict Wrap (Scrambled Eggs, Diced Tomato, Ham, Hollandaise), $3.99
      Th – “Doughnut” French Toast with Bacon, $3.99
      F – Southwestern Hot Mess, $3.99

      Grill
      M – Tuna Melt on Rye, $5.49
      T – “Bat Wings” Boneless Wings with Fries, $5.99
      W – Chili Dogs with Cheese & Onions, $5.49
      Th – Shaved Steak Grinder with Onions & Peppers, $6.49
      F – TBA

      Primitto
      M – Bean Burrito with Chicken, $6.49
      T – Mole Chicken Burrito w/ Black Beans, $6.49
      W – Meatball Burrito, $6.49
      Th – Ranchero Pork Tacos (Hard Shell)
      F – Nachos, Your Way, $5.49

      Pizza
      M – White, Broccoli, Garlic
      T – Buffa – Q Chicken
      W – Hot Dog and Mac & Cheese
      Th – Bacon, Pineapple, Pepperoni
      F – Tomato, Bacon, Ranch

      Soup
      M – Chicken & Rice
      T – Minestrone
      W – Beef Chili
      Th – Chef Choice
      F – Chef Choice

      Chef Special
      M – Swedish Meatball over Penne, $5.49
      T – Loaded BBQ Chicken Mac & Cheese (Texas Style), $3.99
      W – Roasted Turkey with Stuffing & Corn Dinner, $5.99
      Th – Beef Tips over Pasta with Green Beans, $5.99

  • Voices lecture at noon Wednesday, Nov. 1: Building computer games
    - Posted on October 30, 2017
    • The Voices: A Library Lecture Series committee is pleased to present Velan Studios: Building Games at the Tip of the Spear on Wednesday, Nov. 1 at noon in the BTC Auditorium.

      Velan Studios is the latest business venture of the brothers Guha and Karthik Bala. Their newest startup centers on creating innovative and entertaining game experiences that stoke the imagination. The Bela brothers discuss their 25-year journey as leaders who push the frontiers of gaming.

      All are welcome to attend.

  • Known problem with library databases linking to full text
    - Posted on October 27, 2017
    • Linking to full-text journal articles through individual library research databases from EBSCO has been unreliable this semester. The vendor is aware of the problem and is working to resolve it. Some of the affected research databases include Academic Search Complete, Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection, Education Source, Humanities Source, and SportDiscuss with Fulltext. Here are several suggested alternatives:

      Use OneSearch, the search option provided on the library web site. OneSearch linking has remained reliable. OneSearch searches multiple databases simultaneously so individual EBSCO database full-text results are included and properly linked.

      Search individual non-EBSCO databases such as JSTOR for humanities, ScienceDirect for social sciences, and Academic OneFile for general searches. These and dozens of other library online resources provide high quality, scholarly content that can be used in research papers.  Note that OneSearch also searches these databases when queried.

      The library’s alphabetical listing of research databases and online researches can be found online.

      Get help from a librarian by walking in to the Writing and Research Center during library hours, making a research appointment, or asking for assistance online.

      When the linking issue is resolved, an update will be posted.  The library regrets any inconvenience to students and faculty. Comments and suggestions regarding library services are always welcome; contact Library Director Brenda Hazard.

  • Psych Club speaker on parapsychology, Monday, Nov. 6
    - Posted on October 27, 2017
    • Parapsychology, a fun topic for the Halloween season,  is a field of study concerned with the investigation of paranormal and psychic phenomena. This presentation will discuss efforts to study these phenomenon, difficulties and criticisms.

      Date: Monday, Nov. 6
      Time: 2 – 2:50 p.m.
      Location: BRN 002

  • HVCC Novel Bunch to meet Monday, Oct. 30
    - Posted on October 27, 2017
    • The HVCC Novel Bunch will meet Monday, Oct. 30 at 2 p.m. in the Multipurpose Room of the Marvin Library Learning Commons to discuss the #1 New York Times Bestseller, “A Man Called Ove” by Fredrik Backman.

      Meet Ove. He’s a curmudgeon — the kind of man who points at people he dislikes as if they were burglars caught outside his bedroom window. He has staunch principles, strict routines, and a short fuse. People call him “the bitter neighbor from hell.” But must Ove be bitter just because he doesn’t walk around with a smile plastered to his face all the time?

      Behind the cranky exterior, there is a story and a sadness. So when one November morning a chatty young couple with two chatty young daughters move in next door and accidentally flatten Ove’s mailbox, it is the lead-in to a comical and heartwarming tale of unkempt cats, unexpected friendship, and the ancient art of backing up a U-Haul. All of which will change one cranky old man and a local residents’ association to their very foundations.

      For more information, contact Anne LaBelle at a.labelle@hvcc.edu or 518-629-7384.

  • Albany Business Review’s “2017 Best Places to Work” and more!
    - Posted on October 27, 2017
    • One of the powerful resources available to students and faculty is the Albany Business Review, a full text online edition of the Capital District’s weekly business newspaper featuring latest breaking business news and the annual Book of Lists.

      This week’s Business Review surveys the Capital Region’s 2017 Best Places to Work, which include tech startups and law firms that are just a few years old, as well as major regional employers that have been around for decades.

      Last week’s edition reported on the relationship between higher employment and lower enrollment at community colleges, and quoted President Drew Matonak on this inverse economic pattern faced by community colleges.

      The Dwight Marvin Library actively subscribes to more than 100 authoritative research databases, online sources, thousands of media sources and maintains over 70 subject guides — all accessible to students and employees on and off campus.

      Seize the wealth of information at your fingertips!

  • Drummer William Hooker Accompanies “Within Our Gates”
    - Posted on October 27, 2017
    • Drummer and composer William Hooker accompanies “Within Our Gates,” a 1920 silent film by director Oscar Micheaux that is the oldest known surviving film by an African-American filmmaker. The film portrays the hardships, duplicity and amazing reversals of fortune a black schoolteacher experiences on a journey north to raise funds for her school. Despite the director’s graphic depictions of racial injustice and violence, the film ultimately delivers an uplifting message of racial pride and self-respect. The film will be followed by a discussion facilitated by Mr. Hooker.

      William Hooker started drum lessons at age 10 and says “I consider myself a ‘jazz musician.’ My work fits in the jazz tradition because it’s based on improvisation, it’s based on learning one’s craft.” On his more than 60 CDs, his compositions range from jazz to “new” and experimental music.

      This event will take place in the BTC Auditorium on
      Friday, Nov. 3 at both noon and 6:30 pm.
      It is free and open to the public.

  • Would you like to improve your public speaking skills? Please join us!
    - Posted on October 27, 2017
    • Please join us if you would like to improve your public speaking skills!

      Professor John Meehan will share useful tips.

      • Wednesday, Nov. 1 at 2 p.m. in Brahan Hall, room 001
      • Open to all!
      • Sponsored by the Entrepreneur’s Club
  • Pumpkin Palooza contest winners!
    - Posted on October 26, 2017
    • There was a great turn out this year with a great number of pumpkins entered in the contest.  Thank you to everyone that participated!

      Three categories were judged: Staff/Faculty, Students and Clubs.
      If you won, please stop by the Student Activities Office, CTR 210, next week (Oct. 30-Nov. 3) to claim your prize!

      Staff/Faculty
      1st: Financial Aid — apple ($100 gift card to Subway)
      2nd: Purchasing — beach theme ($75 gift card to Subway)
      3rd: Cashiers — Dracula ($50 gift card to Subway)
      Honorable Mention: Graphics Department — The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown
      (Please stop by for your prize — a $25 gift card to Subway —  as well!)

      Student
      1st: Conor Brown: TV ($100 gift card to the bookstore)
      2nd: Maeve Uhalde: black tree ($75 gift card to the bookstore)
      3rd: Megan Malanowski: brain ($50 gift card to the bookstore)

      Club
      1st: Mortuary Science: clowns ($100 gift card to the bookstore)
      2nd: Criminal Justice: jail scene ($75 gift card to the bookstore)
      3rd: EOP: logo ($50 gift card to the bookstore)

      CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL!

  • Food Pantry and Sock Drawer donations needed
    - Posted on October 26, 2017
    • The campus community is encouraged to continue supporting the Student Senate Food Pantry and Sock Drawer, particularly as the season begins to change. Staff and students may bring their non-perishable food products, along with newly-purchased undergarments, socks, thermal underwear, gloves, caps, etc. to the Student Activities Office, room 210 on the second floor of the Siek Campus Center.

      The student senate recognizes that many members of the campus and community are in need of some of these bare essentials, according to Nathaniel Savasta, Student Senate president. “Some of the undergarments will be donated to local area missions and shelters,” Savasta said. “This drive is just one more way we are able to contribute to our campus and community to those less fortunate.”

      Savasta added that the clothing donations will be collected throughout the winter season.

      For more information on how to contribute, please call Student Activities at (518) 629-7348.

  • Books and Bites cafe hours for today, Oct. 26
    - Posted on October 26, 2017
    • The Books and Bites Cafe in Dwight Marvin Library will close at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 26.

      Normal hours will resume on Friday.

  • Student Veterans: Learn how to make the most of your military benefits
    - Posted on October 25, 2017
    • Meet Retired Colonel Marty Dinan, director of veteran enrollment at The College of Saint Rose and members of Saint Rose’s Student Veterans Association and learn how to form a battle plan to utilize your military benefits to their max.

      The event will be Tuesday, Nov. 7 from 4 to 7 p.m. at Junior’s, 48 N. Greenbush Road, Troy.

      Register for the event here: https://saintrosevets.eventbrite.com

  • Chemistry Rocks! webinar
    - Posted on October 24, 2017
    • The next HVCC Chemistry Club meeting is this coming Monday, Oct. 30 at 3 p.m. in SCI 385.

      The meeting topic is Chemistry Rocks! We will be viewing an American Chemical Society (ACS) webinar entitled ”Chemistry Rocks! Exploring the Chemistry of Rocks and Minerals.” Attendees will hear about the use of minerals to improve the quality of life, the structural chemistry of various gemstones, biomineralization, the energy-water-food nexus, extremophiles, and careers in rock and mineral chemistry. The webinar is part of the ACS Program-in-a-Box program.

      Chemistry Rocks! ACS Webinar Flyer

  • “Tangled Up in” Worms on Thursday, Oct. 26
    - Posted on October 24, 2017
    • The Voices: A Library Lecture Series committee is pleased to present “Tangled Up in” Worms on Thursday, Oct. 26, at 11 a.m. in the BTC Auditorium.

      Through his companies BioSoil Farm and VermaGro Products, local entrepreneur Chad Currin invents and manufactures organic fertilizers from garbage that would otherwise go to the landfill. Currin brings along some of his farm workers — worms — to share their amazing story. Additionally, he will share how the worm farm led to an accident that uncovered the key to recycling Styrofoam. Through funny stories, interesting anecdotes, amazing creatures and a few surprises, Currin describes how he turns trash into cash with help from his worms.

  • Library Tip of the Week: Artstor
    - Posted on October 24, 2017
  • PRIME Cafe specials, week of Oct. 23
    - Posted on October 23, 2017
    • Monday, Oct. 23
      Grill Breakfast: Bacon Pancake Dippers; $3.99
      Pizza: Cheesy Idaho (Bacon, French Fries, Cheddar Cheese)
      Chef’s Corner: Sweet & Sour Chicken with Crab Rangoons
      Grill: Bacon, Egg, & Cheese Burger $6.49
      PRIME-ito: Walking Tacos (Choice of Meat & Toppings)
      Soup: Chicken Noodle

      Tuesday, Oct. 24
      Grill Breakfast: Stuffed French Toast; $4.49
      Pizza: Chicken Parmesan
      Chef’s Corner: Chicken Souvlaki Platter over Rice; $5.49
      Grill: Island Turkey Burger with Mango Salsa; $6.99
      PRIME-ito: Chicken & Andouille Bowl; $6.49
      Soup: Tomato Bisque

      Wednesday, Oct. 25
      Grill Breakfast: Ham, Egg, & Cheese on a Waffle; $4.49
      Pizza: Bacon Cheeseburger Pizza
      Chef’s Corner: Chicken Cacciatore over Rice; $5.99
      Grill: Cheeseburger Wrap; $6.49
      PRIME-ito: BBQ Chicken Burrito; $6.49
      Soup: White Chicken Chili

      Thursday, Oct. 26
      Grill Breakfast: Philly Steak Omelet; $4.49
      Pizza: Sicilian
      Chef’s Corner: Short Ribs over Pasta; $5.49
      Grill: Crab Cake Sandwich with Remoulade; $6.49
      PRIME-ito: Veggie Burrito with Sesame Ginger; $6.49
      Soup: Italian Wedding
      Please note: The Books and Bite Library Cafe will close Oct. 26 at 5:30 p.m. instead of 6.

      Friday, Oct. 27
      Grill Breakfast: 3 Meat Crustless Quiche; $3.99
      Pizza: Pesto Chicken
      Grill: Pesto Pork Belly BLT; $6.49
      PRIME-ito: Pork Bowl with Coleslaw; $6.49
      Soup: Chef Choice

General News Releases and Media Advisories

Dr. Roger A. Ramsammy Appointed Seventh President of Hudson Valley Community College

AllSquare Wealth Management's Gifts to the Hudson Valley Community College Foundation will Support Services for Veterans and Enhance Annual Military Exhibition

Seventh annual "Pride of Our Nation... Pride of Our College" exhibition opens Thursday, Nov. 9

Hudson Valley and Maria College Sign Transfer Agreements for Two Health Care Programs

Equipment Donation Boosts Automotive Program

President Matonak Receives University at Albany Foundation Academic Laureate Award

Hudson Valley Community College Foundation Raises $100,000 for New Manufacturing Center, Honors President Matonak at Annual Gala

Public Skating Begins at Hudson Valley Community College's Conway Ice Rink; Free Admission During First Weekend

Drummer and Composer William Hooker at Hudson Valley Community College on Friday, Nov. 3

Hudson Valley and Center for Economic Growth Hold Event to Announce New Manufacturing Technology Pathways Training Program Thursday Oct. 26

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Athletic News Releases

Women's Basketball Dominates Kingsborough 98-62

Henderson Leads Women's Basketball in 76-70 Win

Men's Basketball Dominates in 95-65 Win

Football Falls 28-27 in Overtime

Women's Basketball Edges Herkimer 73-71

Herkimer Defeats Men's Basketball 88-69

Men's Basketball Sneaks By Jefferson 80-78

Women's Basketball Drops Home Opener to Jefferson

Conover Headlines Vikings All-Region, All-Conference Selections

Axtmann, Cooke Garners Top Conference Honors

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Upcoming Events

Nov 19 - Country Folk Art Craft Show

Nov 20 - Transfer Information Table: Grand Canyon University

Nov 20 - Positive Me

Nov 20 - Chemical Composition of Honey

Nov 20 - Student Senate Meeting

Nov 20 - Academic Senate Meeting

Nov 21 - Yoga

Nov 22 - Holiday – College Closed

Nov 23 - Holiday – College Closed

Nov 24 - Holiday – College Closed

Nov 25 - Holiday – College Closed

Nov 27 - Transfer Information Table: Manhattan College

Nov 27 - Animal Outreach Club Meeting

Nov 27 - Student Senate Meeting

Nov 28 - Transfer Advisor Visit: SUNY Plattsburgh

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November 19 @ 1 p.m. Women's Basketball

November 19 @ 3 p.m. Men's Basketball

November 21 @ 7 p.m. Men's Basketball

November 28 @ 6 p.m. Women's Basketball (Home)

November 30 @ 7 p.m. Men's Basketball

December 2 @ 1 p.m. Women's Basketball (Home)

December 2 @ 3 p.m. Men's Basketball (Home)

December 3 @ 12 p.m. Women's Basketball (Home)

December 3 @ 2 p.m. Men's Basketball (Home)

December 6 @ 5 p.m. Women's Basketball

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