History of SUNY Brockport

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    Chronicle of the Delphic Fraternity Gamma Sigma Tau: Over 150 Years of Brotherhood, More Than 185 Years of History
    (The Delphic Fraternity Inc., 2023) Velez, Phillip L.
    The Delphic Fraternity, Inc. is a historic multicultural organization with over 150 years of history, tradition, and brotherhood. The fraternity was originally founded in 1871 in Geneseo, New York as a literary debating society, which held social and political debates, literature readings, and provided its student body with various intellectual and social activities. Though founded in 1871, the Delphic Society can trace its history back to 1833. Around the early 1900s, the organization became a regional fraternity based at several normal schools in New York and one in Pennsylvania. Normal schools were institutions dedicated to training high school graduates in the art of teaching.
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    Brockport Student Government Constitution
    (SUNY Brockport Student Government, 1966) Brockport Student Government
    First constitution published by Brockport Student Government.
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    The New Building
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    Taking Women Students Seriously: A Study of the College Experiences of Women
    This report shares the findings of a student survey conducted in 1986 by the Standing Committee on Women's Issues on the SUNY Brockport campus. The survey sought to examine the conditions on the campus which particularly affected the quality of life for women students at Brockport.
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    Cook Book
    This cookbook with an international flavor was put together by the Faculty Women's Association in 1974. There are recipes from around the world, from appetizers to breads to entrees and of course desserts!