In a brightly decorated classroom lined with children’s artwork and brimming with the playful noise and energy of a bunch of 4- and 5-year-olds, Totadri Dhimal ’15 encourages talking. The more the better, and he is an active participant as a Literacy Corps tutor.
The College of Law is celebrating the opening of Dineen Hall on Friday, Sept. 12, with a series of events to engage students, faculty, alumni, friends and the legal community.
The Syracuse University Art Galleries, in collaboration with the SU Libraries’ Special Collections Research Center, will present "Margaret Bourke-White: Moments in History 1930-1945," an exhibition of vintage photographs taken in the Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia, Germany, England and Italy in the 1930s and '40s.
The Near West Side of Syracuse became a familiar haunt for a team of architecture, engineering and industrial design students last spring. They were there to absorb the neighborhood’s environs and imagine what a renovation of the current Skiddy Park field house might look like.
It was called the Great War and the war to end all wars. One hundred years later, the chaos and consequences of World War I had repercussions that continue to resonate in today’s world.