Creating a more caring community starts with understanding. At the LGBT Resource Center, staff members are helping members of the University community on a path to greater understanding of what it means to be an ally during its sessions on Safer People, Safer Spaces.
Build a shack. Increase awareness. Raise funds for affordable housing. The Shack-A-Thon draws students together for three days and two nights on the Quad to better understand the lack of affordable housing in the community and across the country.
For any student who has experienced sexual assault, relationship violence, harassment or stalking, finding a trusted confidant and a safe space where one can share his or her story is critical. On campus, that space is located in a big yellow house at the corner of Walnut Place.
Timi Komonibo G’15 has been organizing clothing swaps for several years—events in which participants bring gently used garments to trade. It’s a fun, social experience, but the value in the Style Lottery comes in many layers for Komonibo.
Ken Harper, associate professor and director of the Newhouse Center for Global Engagement, is working as the U.S. director of a project aimed at better tracking and mapping cases of Ebola in Liberia.
David Bindman, professor emeritus of art history at University College London and a senior fellow at Harvard University’s Hutchins Center, will present a lecture titled ...
Innovations that improve buildings will be the focus of SyracuseCoE’s 2014 Annual Symposium. The event will feature presentations addressing advances that improve energy efficiency, indoor ...
Members of Syracuse University’s College of Arts and Sciences are honoring Banned Books Week (Sept. 21-27) with two community read-outs, featuring books by and about ...
Costume designer Maria Marrero, a professor of theater design and technology in the College of Visual and Performing Arts’ (VPA) Department of Drama, will present ...
In a message sent today to participants of the Posse Program, Dean of Undergraduate Admissions Maurice Harris and Ryan Williams, associate vice president for enrollment ... more
EDM artist Trippy Turtle will headline the first show of University Union's Bandersnatch Music Series for the 2014-2015 school year, on Oct. 14 in the ... more
As announced in early September by Chancellor Syverud, the University is hosting a forum on Thursday, Oct. 2, from 3:30-5:30 p.m. in Hendricks Chapel to ... more
Syracuse University has partnered with Renewable Choice Energy to provide green power to the University, in order to further reduce its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. ... more
An Empty Bowls fundraiser to benefit the Interreligious Food Consortium (IFC) will be held on Friday, Sept. 26, from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Nancy ... more
Syracuse Symposium continues its fall theme of “Perspective” with a popular lecture by Mark Trodden and a seminar by Kameshwar Wali, physics professors with ties ... more
Environmental advocate Van Jones will be the first guest of the University Lectures 2014-15 season at Syracuse University on Tuesday, Sept. 30. Jones’ presentation, “Green ... more
A lot has changed around campus since students left in May. We checked in with Eric Beattie, director of Campus Planning, Design and Construction, on ... more
The Democratizing Knowledge (DK) Project at Syracuse University will host Diana Ferrus, internationally renowned poet and storyteller, who will deliver a performance lecture entitled “From ... more
Thomas Hurka, the Chancellor Henry N.R. Jackman Distinguished Professor of Philosophical Studies at the University of Toronto, will deliver the seventh annual Anbar Family Lecture ... more
Special events during the 2014/15 Season at Syracuse Stage will kick off with live music, tastings, lectures and talks throughout the run of "Vanya and ... more
Point of Contact Gallery is hosting a panel discussion, "Materiality and Poetry, the Visual and the Verbal," on Thursday, Oct. 2, at 6 p.m. The ... more
The Syracuse University Martin Luther King Jr. 2015 Celebration committee is seeking nominations for the Unsung Heroes Awards, which will be presented during the evening ... more
Sari Knopp Biklen, professor emerita of cultural foundations of education and women’s studies, passed away on Sept. 16. "I know that I speak for all ... more
Tej Bhatia is not exactly the cloak-and-dagger type, but, if pressed to explain himself, the affable, slightly built professor, with a mop of brown hair ... more
Mezzo-soprano Stephanie Blythe, one of the most critically acclaimed artists of her generation, will perform on Wednesday, Sept. 24, at 8 p.m. in the Rose ... more
Security threats to higher education are on the increase. In the last year alone, more than 3 million data records have been reported exposed at ... more
As part of events and activities scheduled around Constitution Day at Syracuse University, noted author and journalist Joan Biskupic will be lecture on the Supreme ... more