meeting_photo Tuesday, November 11, 2014  

Complete Coverage of Activity at Crouse-Hinds Hall

Follow @SyracuseUNews and @SUCampus on Twitter for the latest updates.

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madMenInfoGX_72 Tuesday, May 19, 2015  

Mad Men: To Rise and Fall at Sterling Cooper

“Mad Men” played out its final episode on AMC and what a wild run it’s had. This infographic from Communications@Syracuse looks at the corporate structure at Sterling Cooper, tracking the professional ups and downs of key characters across the seasons.

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The water supply in the Honduran village of El Cipres becomes unhealthy to drink each year when the rainy season hits. Civil and environmental engineering students devised a solution that will work without the use of electricity. Monday, May 18, 2015  

Student Project Will Provide Clean Drinking Water to Honduran Village

The small tropical village of El Ciprés in Honduras faces a problem every time the rainy season hits. Its stream-fed water supply becomes especially turbid—inundated with suspended soil particles and microbes. It takes on a murky appearance and becomes unhealthy to drink.

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CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, which houses the Large Hadron Collider Thursday, May 14, 2015  

Physicists Aid in Discovery of Subatomic Process

Distinguished Professor Sheldon Stone says the discovery came about when two LHC experiments recently combined their results and found overwhelming evidence of an extremely rare decay of a particle known as the Bs meson, which contains a bottom, or “b,” quark and an anti-strange quark.

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Commencement 2015 Ceremony Mary Karr Address Speaker Sunday, May 10, 2015  

Commencement Address by Poet Mary Karr

If you're lucky, you fell in love here. And if you're really lucky, you had your heart broken. Because that made you a deeper person and maybe forced you to find friends to lean on. Syracuse is now your alma mater, your soul's mother, and mine.

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The Pito Deep, a four-mile-deep rift near Easter Island, enables scientists such as Karson, who supplied the photo, to closely examine the structure and formation of the Earth's crust. Thursday, May 7, 2015  

Geologist Jeff Karson Publishes Book on Oceanic Abyss

Starting with a historical summary of seafloor exploration, "Discovering the Deep" describes the geologic components of the Earth's oceanic crust and the processes that have created it.

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