William K. “Bill” Guglielmo, Morrisville Class of 1969, died in February after leading the Rome Area Chamber of Commerce for more than 25 years.
Ernesto Mitchell ’23 went from chasing a dream to having a dream college career. Mitchell, who graduated this May with a degree in criminal justice, wrapped up his collegiate playing career as one of the most decorated student-athletes in the history of the Mustang football program. Through hard work and a relentless drive, see how Mitchell has tackled everything in his path since arriving at SUNY Morrisville, as told by Brandy Thurston ’95, Associate Athletic Director for Compliance & Sports Information.
Justin Redivivo didn’t set out to work in the agriculture field. He grew up in Canada, completed high school there and came to the United States to join his family and seek employment. He worked at Foxwoods Resorts Casino in Connecticut and attended college briefly to study hospitality. “College wasn’t my thing,’’ he said. He later joined his father on staff at Turning Stone Resort Casino in Vernon, New York, starting out in restaurants before moving on to entertainment, gaming and event positions.
Leonard Cunningham came to SUNY Morrisville in the fall of 1913, a member of the third entering class in the school’s young history. It was a relatively short trek in those days; Cunningham’s father worked as a farmhand at a Cazenovia farm, just over 11 miles to the west on Route 20 — a hilly dirt road that would remain unpaved until the early 1930s.
Noah Greger ’18 knew one thing growing up — he loved cars. He had a knack for mechanics, rebuilding engines and fixing motors long before he was old enough to be in the driver’s seat. The first spark was his longing to restore a rundown Datsun sitting in a neighbor’s yard, in his Danbury, Connecticut hometown, and later fixing the engine on the ATV his parents bought him when he was 11.
MORRISVILLE, NY — Carrianne Bush wouldn’t trade her internship for anything. The agricultural science student’s day starts feeding goats — giving them hay and grain in SUNY Morrisville’s livestock barn, then moves to the dairy complex, where calves are under her loving care. “It’s opening a world of opportunities for me,” the 19-year-old Oneida resident said of her summer internship in SUNY Morrisville’s livestock program.
MORRISVILLE, NY — A steady rain didn’t deter hundreds of visitors from learning more about SUNY Morrisville’s dairy complex, programs, cows, calves and baby goats, during Open Farm Day, held Saturday, July 29. SUNY Morrisville’s Arnold R. Fisher Dairy Complex was among farms throughout Madison County which opened its doors and showcased its facility to the public during the annual Open Farm Day event. The day offered visitors an opportunity to see 26 working farms in Madison County, meet local farmers, enjoy tours and demonstrations, animals and products tastings.
MORRISVILLE, NY — SUNY Morrisville’s Arnold R. Fisher Dairy Complex is among farms throughout Madison County that will open its doors and showcase its facility to the public during Open Farm Day on Saturday, July 29. Open Farm Day, held from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., offers visitors an opportunity to see 26 working farms in Madison County, meet local farmers, enjoy tours and demonstrations, animals and products tastings.
SUNY Morrisville recent graduates Meaghan Miller, of West Irondequoit, and Camberly VanValkenburg, of Walton, have been honored with the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence (CASE). The prestigious award recognizes students who have best demonstrated integration of academic excellence with accomplishments in the areas of leadership, athletics, community service, creative and performing arts, campus involvement, or career achievement. It is the highest honor bestowed upon a student by SUNY.
MORRISVILLE, NY — There’s a common theme that characterizes SUNY Morrisville graduate Natalia Clarke’s life and academic journey — “jump in with both feet.” It’s the message the 2023 graduate gave to fellow students, parents, faculty, staff and friends in her commencement speech as outgoing president of the Student Government Organization (SGO).