New Record Set at 2018 Culinary Extravaganza For the past seven years, SUNY Cobleskill’s Culinary Extravaganza has showcased the talents of Culinary Arts students and renowned chefs, while raising funds for the College. This year’s event was no exception; generous contributors helped exceed our previous record for money raised. Gifts totaling more than $30,000 are
For the third consecutive year, SUNY Cobleskill student-athletes have set a new record number of North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) Scholar-Athlete Award winners. After winning 36 and 37 awards respectively in 2015-2016 and 2016-2017, the Fighting Tigers put a bow on the 2017-2018 year with 43 NEAC Scholar-Athletes. “I am proud of our student-athletes for
Propelled by the momentum of NEAC naming a record 43 Scholar Athletes, the Fighting Tigers reached new heights in the Fall 2018 athletic seasons. Two runners, Natalie Honken ‘22 and Dillon VanDemortel ’22, completed impressive debut seasons for the Women’s and Men’s Cross Country teams respectively. Honken earned top 10 finishes in fields of 71
As participants of the hot meal service program “Saturday’s Bread,” in Oneonta, SUNY Cobleskill student-volunteers serve meals twice per semester to community members in need. However, there was something different about 2018’s mid-December meal service, says Matthew Barney, SUNY Cobleskill’s Coordinator of Community Engagement. “The December service was the first one we’ve done with only
Few colleges boast the same dairy judging success experienced at SUNY Cobleskill. In 2017, SUNY Cobleskill won first place in the International Post-Secondary Dairy Judging Contest’s team competition, giving the College its eighth victory in the contest’s history. At 2018’s competition, in Madison, Wisconsin, SUNY Cobleskill took home its second championship in as many years.
The idea is simple: bring in a chocolate bar – any chocolate bar – and toss the wrapper. At the end of the semester, rewrap the bar in new packaging, featuring a label of your design. This is a project that students face in Assistant Professor of Graphic Design Adam Daily’s digital prepress production class.
For many, the path into SUNY Cobleskill begins before undergraduate study. The College in High School Program (CIHS) creates opportunities for high school learners to access SUNY Cobleskill programs, in more than 30 subjects including marketing, financial accounting, and foreign languages. Each creates a possibility for students to transition into higher education programs. Additionally, SUNY
AJ Fletcher is unique among the first wave of food makers, creators, and producers offering homemade products at the Carriage House Café and General Store. As a current SUNY Cobleskill student, AJ runs his business, Fletcher Hill Syrup and Forest Products, while balancing his Agricultural Business studies. It is fair to say his schedule is jam-packed. “Syrup-packed” may