All About Hamilton
The village of Hamilton provides a peaceful, picturesque entry point to Colgate University. Members of the Iroquois League originally inhabited the land; the adjacent territory is still considered sacred by the Oneida Indian Nation. Ceded to the state of New York following the American Revolution, Hamilton (named for statesman Alexander) was founded in 1795 by Elisha Payne, who was responsible for bringing the first group of nonindigenous settlers from New England. All About Earlville
Earlville is home to the historic Earlville Opera House. The E.O.H. has served as a focal point for community activities and the arts since 1892. The present theater is the third to be constructed on the same site, the previous two having been destroyed by fires before 1895. All About Madison
Madison is an upstate rural county with an area of 661 square miles located approximately 20 miles from both Syracuse and Utica. Since its beginning, Madison County has had an economy dominated by agriculture. In the 19th century its climate, soils, topography, and location gave rise to a flourishing hops industry. Over time that has been replaced with a strong dairy industry dependent on the same factors-there was a tie between the two industries, in fact, as a local entrepreneur imported the first Holstein-Frisian cattle into the U.S. to provide fertilizer for the abundant hop fields. All About Morrisville
Morrisville is home to Morrisville State College as well as wonderful local shops and artisans. Over the years, the Town has become a major employment center, with a growing residential community. Morrisville has it all, live, work, and play all in the "Heart of the Triangle". All About Eaton
Named after General William Eaton, this lovely town is located on the Chenango River near the Stony Pond State Forest. Eaton is home to Maple-Bush farm where the Battistis have been producing award winning maple sugar products for the past 24 years. All About Waterville
Once a center for hop-raising, the town of Waterville has been host to outstanding citizens including George Eastman, founder of Eastman Kodak. Waterville is a rural community in central New York about 20 miles from Utica and the New York State Thruway. The village is comprised of about 1800 people and provides all essential services. All About Bouckville
Conveniently located along scenic Route 20, Bouckville is home to an antiques-rich community offering year round brousing for those searching for long lost treasures, or memories of old. Bouckville Antique Show
Quality, variety, efficiency continue to make this one of the most popular antiques shows in the East! Colgate University
Independent guidebooks, national magazines, and leaders in all fields consistently recognize the strength of Colgate's academic program and faculty, the extraordinary beauty of the campus, and the value of a Colgate degree.
Some 2,700 undergraduates are enrolled in 51 programs, taking advantage of the university's award-winning curriculum, off-campus study program, and numerous research opportunities. Students enjoy small class sizes taught by expert faculty members -- not teaching assistants -- and plentiful opportunities to engage in projects that touch the frontiers of discovery.
Colgate hums with activity. It is a place where the arts thrive, in the classrooms and the campus's centers and museums. Student-athletes compete at the very highest level of NCAA Division 1 sports. There are dozens of club and intramural sports programs, and the college's Outdoor Education program is second to none. Morrisville State College
Morrisville is home to Morrisville State College which offers 12 bachelor degrees and a wide variety of associate degrees and options.
Considered one of the most technologically advanced colleges in the nation for its ThinkPad University program and wireless technology initiative, the college recently became the first in the nation to comprehensively replace all phones in residence halls with individual cellular phones for students.
Morrisville State College was also chosen as one of the top five colleges in the nation for campus activities by Campus Activities magazine. CNY Music
Since 1995, CNY Music has provided hundreds of links to regional CNY Musicians, Bands, Clubs, and Festival web sites. Also links and information about Agents, Music Stores, Radio Stations, Sound, Lighting and Recording Studios in Central New York. CNY Links
Follow this link to discover what Central New York has to offer! Everything from sports to movies to wine tasting!!