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MORRISVILLE, NY—Morrisville State College assistant professor Mike Gridley has made an active construction site a real-world classroom for students seeking experiential education. 

Gridley is providing students in his masonry and estimating and planning classes with hands-on experience constructing a 3,600-square-foot raised ranch home in nearby Waterville.... → Read more

MORRISVILLE, NY—The Morrisville State College Theater Department and Student Government Organization (SGO) are teaming up to present Beth Henley’s award-winning play, Crimes of the Heart

The three-act, six-cast dramedy will be performed in the Little Theater of the college’s Student Activities Building Oct. 20-21 at 8 p.m., Oct.... → Read more

MORRISVILLE, NY—The sounds of glasses clinking together filled the Copper Turret Restaurant & Brewhouse as enthusiasts gathered to celebrate the new brewery’s opening.

“This is an exciting day to be affiliated with Morrisville State College and we congratulate everyone involved,” said Senator David Valesky, one of many who attended a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the facility Oct. 13.... → Read more

MORRISVILLE, NY—The Copper Turret Restaurant & Brewhouse will celebrate the official opening of its new brewery with a “Brewhouse Bash” Saturday, Oct. 14. 

The establishment, operated by Morrisville State College’s auxiliary corporation, will hold the all-day bash in its tasting room through its normal business hours of 11:30 a.m.... → Read more

MORRISVILLE, NY—Morrisville State College University Police, the Student Government Organization and AT&T educated students about the dangers of smartphone distracted driving.... → Read more

MORRISVILLE, NY—More than 1,500 attendees are expected to grace campus to celebrate agriculture during Morrisville State College’s annual Ag Day, being held Thursday, Oct. 5 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Academic Quad. 

The event, free and open to the public, features a pedal tractor pull, hayrides, hay maze, face painting and seed-planting activities.... → Read more

MORRISVILLE, NY—During one of her first visits in the 64 SUNY campus circuit, SUNY Chancellor Kristina M. Johnson spoke with Morrisville State College faculty and staff about energy and environmental goals and the importance of small business innovation and entrepreneurship.

“I’ve never been to a college like Morrisville State,” Johnson said. “It’s applied learning on steroids.... → Read more
MORRISVILLE, NY—Hundreds gathered at Morrisville State College’s second annual Harvest Dinner, “Food for Thought,” to recognize the achievements and contributions of four community members who share the college’s values and mission.

Honored during the event, held at the Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton, in Cazenovia were:

Community Achievement Award:
David J.... → Read more

MORRISVILLE, NY—Robbie Robinson waited patiently as bidders started nodding and raising their hands over a sleek bay colt standing in the sale ring.

“I took my time and then when it was right, I made that one bid.”

And with that, Rockstar Rebel was his. The yearling went for $26,000 during Morrisville State College’s Annual Fall Yearling Sale.... → Read more

MORRISVILLE, NY—Brittney Noto is learning a lot about the dairy industry—like how to run a cattle sale.

For the second year, Noto, an animal science-dairy student from Delevan, served as a chair of Morrisville State College’s Autumn Review Sale.

This year’s sale grossed $168,500 with 95 total live lots, 25 milking lots and five embryo lots.... → Read more