LATEST CAYUGA NEWS
It was a season of broken records for the Cayuga Community College Men’s Soccer Team, as the Spartans surpassed or matched several program standards en route to the national semifinals.
The 2018 season may go down as the best in the history of the Cayuga Men’s Soccer Team, as the squad set a new College record for win-to-loss ratio and tied the program’s best final ranking in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division III poll, where they
Cayuga Community College’s student-run theatre troupe Harlequin Productions again received an impressive slate of awards from the Theatre Association of New York State (TANYS), this time for the group’s fall performances of “Rooms.”
Featuring a cast filled with new members, Harlequin’s performances of the six one-act plays that comprise “Rooms” nevertheless drew strong reviews from TANYS adjudicators, with eight students recognized for their acting abilities.
On top of the acting awards, the play “Foreclosure” was selected for inclusion in the TANYS Theatre
Cayuga Community College’s Cultural Speaker Series will celebrate veterans with an upcoming presentation illustrating the experiences and memories of some of Central New York’s service men and women.
In the third presentation of Cayuga’s Cultural Speaker Series, Joe Messineo and Richard Calagiovanni will discuss the Central New York Veterans History Project, which documents and preserves the experiences of veterans and is a part of the Library of Congress’ Veterans History Project. The presentation is November 12, 2018, from 4-5 p.m. in
The Cayuga Community College Men’s Soccer Team will start their final push for a national championship Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018, when they take the field in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division III Men’s Soccer Championship.
The Spartans are ranked 5th nationally and enter the tournament with a 14-2 record after defeating Herkimer 3-1 to win the Region III, Division B title.
“We stuck to our game
Opportunities for students continue to increase at Cayuga Community College, as President Brian Durant has announced the College will add lacrosse to its athletic offerings for students.
Starting in the 2019-2020 academic year, the Spartans will field a men’s lacrosse team with the addition of women’s lacrosse to follow. Both of these teams will compete at the renovated Falcon Park in downtown Auburn.
Lacrosse is just the latest addition to Cayuga’s growing athletic offerings, with the College’s baseball team scheduled to begin
Surprises are in store for audiences who attend the upcoming fall performances of Cayuga Community College’s award-winning student theatre group Harlequin Productions.
This fall the group will perform “Rooms,” a series of six short plays submitted by playwrights from across the United States. All of the plays take place in a single room, with each performance featuring twists and turns in the intimate Black Box Theatre on Cayuga’s Auburn Campus, in which audiences will sit less than 20 feet from
In only their second year of competition, the Cayuga Community College Women’s Cross Country team captured the Mid-State Athletic Conference Championship on Saturday with a great team performance.
Competing at Finger Lakes Community College, the team of Uraina Bradford-McLean, Nyah Firmin, McKayla Murray, Liliana Santana, Marley Stevens and Megan Swartwood outran 5 other colleges for the conference championship. The Cayuga Men’s Cross Country Team of Andrew Giannettino, Damon Litzenberger, Michael Lynch, Ngor Nyang, Rob Ward and Brandon Whitman finished third
Cayuga Community College President Dr. Brian Durant and Le Moyne College President Dr. Linda LeMura signed a formal agreement today enhancing opportunities for Cayuga students to further their education at the prestigious four-year college in Syracuse.
The transfer agreement allows accomplished Cayuga students graduating from one of a dozen Associate of Science or Associate of Arts degree programs to continue their education by enrolling in specific Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree programs at Le Moyne.
Under the agreement, Cayuga
A Cayuga Community College associate professor and award-winning author will discuss her novels and the history of a prominent Upstate New York family at the College’s next Cultural Speaker Series presentation.
Currently, in its inaugural season, the Cultural Speaker Series is welcoming Cayuga Associate Professor Sheila Myers to discuss the Adirondacks’ legendary Durant family and the trilogy Myers wrote about the family’s rise and fall. The discussion is scheduled for 4 p.m. Oct. 15 in the Student Lounge on Cayuga’s Auburn
As more local students express interest in applying, the deadline for applications to the exciting new Young Entrepreneurs Academy at Cayuga Community College has been extended to October 12, 2018.
A successful entrepreneurial program whose graduates launched thousands of businesses, the Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) helps middle and high school students hone their talents under the tutelage of Cayuga’s expert faculty and local business leaders. Students will develop their own business idea, write a business plan and pitch that idea