In this award-winning classic about the universal struggle for human dignity, a black man in apartheid-era South Africa tries to overcome oppressive work regulations to support his family.
Members of the University community increasingly gather at MakerSpace to learn and create using do-it-yourself approaches to creating with technology.
The Newhouse School receives thousands of applications every year from prospective students. One in particular recently stood out. It was the first application to the school’s new online master’s program, Communications@Syracuse—and it came just four hours after the announcement of the program launch.
Forensic analysis is nothing like it appears on TV, says FNSSI scientist Michael Marciano.
The creation of these newly constructed spaces will help the Syracuse University Art Galleries better serve the needs of Syracuse University students and visitors for years to come.