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The University Place Promenade is one of the construction projects taking place this summer. Thursday, June 16, 2016  

Summer Construction Information Sessions Announced; Campus Community Invited to Participate

As the Division of Campus Planning, Design and Construction (CPDC) tackles more than 120 summer improvement projects, Syracuse University today announced a series of information sessions to update the campus community about all of the ongoing activity. Community members interested in participating are invited to attend one or more of ...

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Part of a Syracuse Architecture's display at the “Rural-Urban Re-Inventions: Bridging the Gap Between China’s Cities and Countryside” exhibition at Shenzhen Design Center Wednesday, July 27, 2016  

Exhibition in Shenzhen, China, Features Syracuse Architecture Research

The Syracuse Architecture exhibit, “From Guest to Host: Hakka Villages and the Pingdi Low Carbon City,” focuses on ways in which current efforts to transform Pingdi—a subdistrict in northeastern Shenzhen—into a “Low Carbon City” pilot zone builds on the knowledge and daily practices of traditional Hakka families.

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Concrete was poured Wednesday for the University Place Promenade. Tuesday, July 26, 2016  

Concrete Poured for University Place Promenade (Time-Lapse Video)

As of Wednesday morning, the pouring of concrete has begun, as reflected in the updated photo.

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DCIM100GOPRO Monday, July 25, 2016  

Summer Snaps 2016

What are you doing on your summer vacation? See how members of the University community are having fun as the summer kicks into gear.

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Keely.feature Friday, July 22, 2016  

Newhouse Students Focus on Millennial Perspective at Party Conventions

Recent Newhouse graduates are capturing the politics, personalities and controversies at the Republican and Democratic conventions through a partnership with the Newhouse School and Skype in Media.

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tuskesfeature Tuesday, July 19, 2016  

'Cuse Cast for July 2016

Marlee Tuskes reports from the Quad, with updates on summertime construction and new faces around campus.

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