Ironman.Ketcham.7 Monday, August 24, 2015  

Staff Member Prepares for Ironman 70.3 World Championship

On a recent warm morning, before most people are out of bed, Heather Ketcham dives into the cool waters of Cazenovia Lake, not far from her home. This isn’t just a refreshing dip; this is her training ground.

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At Mkhaya Game Reserve, a South African giraffe feasts on acacia trees with a protective eye toward her young offspring. ( All photos by Chase Guttman) Monday, August 24, 2015  

Photography Student Captures Stunning Images in Swaziland

The summer of 2015 isn't one Chase Guttman '18 will soon forget. It included close encounters with sharks in a shark cage, riding ostriches and a photographic journey into a land of breathtaking beauty and culture.

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SyracuseSymposiumNetworks2015-P-620 Monday, August 24, 2015  

Syracuse Symposium™ Announces ‘Networks’ Theme, Fall Lineup

"Networks” is the theme of the 2015 Syracuse Symposium™, organized and presented by the Syracuse University Humanities Center in the College of Arts and Sciences.

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Syracuse has a number of key disciplinary and programmatic strengths—including the IVMF, public health, and biomaterials—that hold potential for the University to expand its historic commitment to veterans into the realm of healthcare. Friday, August 14, 2015  

Chancellor Syverud Announces Creation of Faculty Advisory Group to Advance Medical School Idea

The Faculty Advisory Group will advise University leaders on the idea of a veteran-focused College of Medicine at Syracuse University.

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DSC_0144 Thursday, August 13, 2015  

Temples, Shoji and Bento Boxes: An Architectural Tour of Japan

Syracuse University Abroad students went searching for the meaning of “japan-ness” as a design perspective during an exploration of Japan.

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