Down on the Farm

Teresa hugging a young cow

Teresa Buzzoni (Max/PC 23) began working and volunteering at Middlebush Farms over five years ago when she began raising her own herd of Jersey cattle. “The Puskas family at Middlebush allowed me to pursue my passion of cattle husbandry by teaching me and allowing me to volunteer to practice my skills and gain experience. Middlebush…

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Nourish the Community

woman passing food to youth

The Food Center, hosted at University United Methodist Church, has ongoing opportunities for volunteers throughout the year. Almost all opportunities require volunteers to work both inside and outside, and to work with the general public and other volunteers. All opportunities require hands-on active engagement, volunteers need to be engaged, on their feet and ready for…

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Community Garden Work

community-garden-poster hanging on a chain link fence

Yasmin Nayrouz ‘24 helped out at a gardening event at a local church, an event sponsored by the Student Association. “This was such a great day, and I’m so glad I volunteered!” said Yasmin. “We were able to help set up a new garden at a local church, which they plan to give people in…

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Eat Your Veggies!


We are looking forward to kicking off the school year and our upcoming Slow Food events! To start the year off, we want to make everyone aware of our partnership with  Common Thread Community Farm based in Madison, NY.  Each fall, we partner with them to provide students, faculty, and staff the opportunity to support the local…

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Slow Food Drop Box Volunteers

Slow Food SU is an organization focusing on knowing where our food comes from as well as eating clean, locally, and sustainably. We are in charge of the CSA (community supported agriculture) boxes on campus. Common Thread Farms brings boxes every Thursday to campus for the students and faculty who have purchased a share. The…

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Contactless Food Drive

To curb the impacts of COVID-19 on the Syracuse community and support food-insecure students on campus, the New York Public Interest Research Group is hosting a contactless food drive. NYPIRG is the state’s largest student-directed voter empowerment, affordable higher education, environmental protection, and government reform organization, with chapters on college campuses throughout the state. NYPIRG will be dropping off…

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Dinner and Dialogue

Meet in front of Hendricks Chapel at 3:30pm on Friday (tomorrow). Send an email to or Pastor Gail to reserve your spot! 

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